Become the LEGEND of your own story!

Elisa S, Samantha C, Claudia H, Anjeliqe M

Our project serves as an entertaining experience for users of all ages who enjoy RPGs (role-playing games). We created a quiz that determines which character trope best fits you and what respective role you would play as a character in a RPG game. Based on your answers and own traits, the website will assign you a certain class with varied attributes. The site uses HTML, Javascript, and CSS in order to bring all of the assets and functions together exactly how we wanted, so that we may give the user the most fun experience possible.

Boredom! We wanted to create a website that had the fun element of an online quiz with the addition of more personal features being taken into account when you are given your results. Our project hopes to create a fun experience for people browsing the internet, as well as something that can be shared and enjoyed by groups of people. You'll receive a character profile while listening to funky music!

We tried to make this website a bit more accessible by including the choice of gender to display a nickname for the user. We hope that in the future we will be able to include more accessibility into the program. We wanted to create a website that had the fun element of an online quiz with the addition of more personal features being taken into account when you are given your results. This was done by adding energetic aspects such as music, visual design, result design, backgrounds, descriptions, etc. We hope that this site will provide a fun and entertaining experience for anyone interested.

A technical problem we faced was trying to find the minuscule errors in approximately 500 lines of code that was botching up the results screen. It took a few hours, but we discovered that there were a few irrelevant tags and ids that lacked capitalization. Another problem we face was the game would display only one class regardless of your answer choices but with group work and the guidance of our instructors, we were able to comb out the problems. Lastly, adding a hidden audio element for the site which would play once the user enters the site was difficult but we overcame this by trying various solutions and refining our code until we found what worked. We hope that in the future we will be able to code more accessibility into the program!

This project was made by Girls Who Code Club students at .