Bad Precedent Setter
This class’s goal is to bring about new concepts to the Multiverse Project. As you can tell from the name, those who play this class will be making the multiverse a better place to live…Wait, wait…come back and listen to what this class has to offer. You are promised that you won’t be disappointed. If you are though, the check’s in the mail.
This class may use the Xp overwrite if you feel the Xp Chart is “too damn high!”.
You may eject yourself from the Multiverse Project to the Warehouse once per gaming weekend. While in the warehouse, you have access to talk to the Janitor and to peruse the items on the Capital S Shelf or check out the adjoining room.
The Janitor initially appears friendly if a bit annoyed with his job. He is very helpful in paging an Originator for help if the Multiverse Project is having problems. Sometimes he can even help without the aid of an Originator.
If an Originator is needed, the best colored ones to choose are the Black and Red ones. The Black is the most knowledgeable and will respond best to requests to increase the resolution of the Multiverse Project. The Red one helps people to be more team oriented. Her name is Ruby.
Among other items, on the Shelf there are: The Multiverse Project (a globe), a terminator arm, a brochure to the Florida Keys. On the floor there is a Mop and a Mop Bucket as well as a Roomba varooming around the room cleaning up. If the Multiverse Project looks dusty, it might not be too bad of an idea to clean it in the Mop Bucket and place it back onto the Shelf.
Feel free to remove or place objects on the shelf as needed. One example could be placing a copy of “The Atlantis Blueprint: Unlocking the Ancient Mysteries of a Long-Lost Civilization” by Colin Wilson on the Shelf. That one’s an excellent read.
In the adjoining room you can find a replicator that makes Real objects, like a Mug of Rootbeer or a copy of Microsoft Office Excel 97(you know, the one with the cute paper clip helper) to place on the Capital S Shelf.
Try not to wander too far as the further you go from the multiverse project the more your link to its power source, fueling your character, grows weaker. If you go too far, your character might just fade away. (treat as an “Erased from the Chalkboard” offense)
(note that doing any of these things could cause undesired ramifications which could in turn get your player an “Erased from the Weekend” offense, but don’t say I didn’t warn you.)