Devilman Crybaby JumpChain.pdf

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Akira Fudo is a young man, currently living in Japan with his family friends, the Makimuras, while his parents work overseas. An average student, poor runner, and very empathetic teenager, Akira’s life is turned upside down when his childhood friend Ryo suddenly turns up with alarming news: demons exist, and it’s up to them to expose them to humanity. Having decided to help Ryo, Akira joins him as Ryo heads toward the site of one of Japan’s newest trends; an underground rave called a Sabbath Party where drugs, sex, and violence are common- as are demonic possessions due to the wild emotions of the party goers. Ryo’s attempts to summon a demon succeed, which leads to Akira’s own possession by the demon known as Amon. However, Akira retains his human heart, and instead of losing himself to Amon he gains his power, becoming the Hero of Justice Devilman! It is on that day your stay in this world begins. Here is +1000 CP to help.
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Origins Any Origin can be a “Drop In”. Roll 1d8+14 for your Age, or pay 50 CP to choose. You can swap genders for 50 CP . You start somewhere in Japan. Crybaby- As a child, you always possessed a strong empathy for others- crying not just for your pain, but for the pain of others, even animals. It’s a good thing that you’re so naturally good-hearted with how often your parents are away, though your friends help. Innocent- With both good friends and a loving family, your life could almost be considered charmed, though your family isn’t rich or anything. You’ve had a good childhood and possess a strong sense of right and wrong due to a strong moral upbringing. Prodigy- Your childhood isn’t nearly as happy as the ones of those around you. Although you showed great intelligence at a young age, you’ve had few positive connections with other humans. You might even be an orphan, or just so cold that you can’t bother to have more than a friend or two. All Origins, including Devilman and Demon below, which can be taken in addition to these Origins, get their 100 CP perk free and a 1/2 discount on all other Perks for their Origins. Akira Fudo Miki Makimura Ryo Asuka
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Demonic Possession Demons are powerful and terrible creatures, having existed long before man walked the Earth. The only rule their kind possesses is that the strong will survive, while the weak will die out or become a part of something greater, through desperation or assimilation. They vary tremendously in appearance, with no two demons looking exactly the same. Some even possess extraordinary abilities that further set them apart from others of their kind. For the most part demons are cruel, violent, and base creatures, content to feed their hunger and lusts with little regard for anyone or anything else. Because of events before the dawn of man, demons lack bodies of their own- to regain their form, they must possess someone or something else, allowing them to take on their original form. They can also take on their host’s form which allows them to blend in better, but the host’s personality is completely overwritten.
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  • Fall '13
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  • Demon, Demonic possession

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