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character at all..), having a character slip and fall getting mud in your eyes (yikes!), or having an earthquake. Come up with two ideas and have fun with them. Each should indicate how they will affect the different types of attack and defense
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capabilities you have chosen to work with Use of a random number generator will be required S. It is your choice on the type of characters, the types of defense and attack capabilities, and the type of random events that you elect to support. As such, I expect that you all will have very different selections! 6. When a battle takes place, it will be important for the user of this program to receive updates on how the battle is going (such as a blow by blow or a read out of some sort). It will not be sufficient to just say who won or lost. Participants should be informed when a random event happens. If a weapon breaks, for example, a participant may be able to interact and have the character pick up a new weapon. 7. Lastly, you will need to support some sort of health value for your characters to be able to determine whena battle is over. Think of how you want to support this! To make this Object Oriented: You will want to first think about breaking this down into a series of classes and create them independent of the entire problem. Here are some suggestions to start with. With hierarchies always push the common elements up to the base class. Remember to avoid classes with only setters and getters! 1. Character with three different types of characters derived that are uniquely yours 2. Random Event - with two different event types derived that
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