Divinity Dragon Commander JumpChain.pdf

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With great machines of war, the old Emperor bound together a fractured realm. The Emperor married and sired many children. He even had a love-child with mysterious Aurora: an ancient dragon in a woman’s guise. Once united, peace was declared in Rivellon and bloodshed soon forgotten. This peace was shattered when the Emperor’s sons and daughters rose against him. Desperate to safeguard the Emperor’s legacy, the wizard Maxos sought the help of the one child that never betrayed their father. They would be the one to save the empire from ruin and to aid him in his quest, Maxos delivered unto them the imperial command ship known as the Raven. This is your story Dragon Commander! You have 1000 CP
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You may change gender for 100 CP. Roll 15 + 1d8 to determine your age or pay 50 CP to choose. Each race will give you a history and a set of memories as well as friends in this realm. You may instead choose to ‘drop in’, so to speak, and arrive without memories or friends in this realm.
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