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Approximately 1000 years ago, the Great Mushroom War scoured the world of civilization causing an enormous chunk to be taken out of the planet and producing a post-apocalyptic full of roving bands of hideously mutated freaks. Now the continent of Ooo has recovered (sort of) and has divided into various kingdoms themed around a specific concept (ice, breakfast, etc.) and home to people made out of whatever their kingdom is. You are travelling to the land of Ooo - made up of highly varying kingdoms, climates and people and full of monsters, dungeons, heroes, princesses, strange goings on and, above all, adventure. You will arrive at around the time of the first episode, the Lich is stuck in his amber prison (for now) and Lumpy Space Princess is still living with her parents. You will spend the next 10 years in Ooo. You have 1000 CP to spend.
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Candy Kingdom: A large, mostly safe, candy based kingdom of candy people ruled by Princess Bubblegum. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Ice Kingdom: A glacial northern portion of Ooo, ruled by the Ice King and inhabited mostly by penguins. Fire Kingdom: A hostile, molten Kingdom of Fire. Ruled by the Flame King. Comes with a temporary Flame Shield spell. Breakfast Kingdom: Located in the Badlands, the Breakfast Kingdom is made up of Breakfast based buildings and inhabitants. Wildberry Kingdom: A Kingdom made up of berry bushes and inhabited by berry people. It is ruled by Wildberry Princess.
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