Participants will have a list of characters eg

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Participants will have a list of characters (e.g., knights,
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monsters, ete.) that will be battling. Participants should be able to choose from this their list which character they want to use for any particular battle. 2. There must be at least three different types of characters that can be used to battle. Each must have specific attack (e.g., weapons) and defense (e.g., armor) capabilities. At least three separate classes must be created to support these different character types using a hierarchy (lecture #2). Similar items between the characters can be "pushed up" to the base class and unique characteristics derived (again, all from lecture #2). It will be important to support both common and unique characteristics for each character type to experience the usefulness of a hierarchy For example, a character that supports a defense of steel armor, then we would want to keep track of how thick the armor is and how long it would stand up against direct hits. As the character wins battles and gains experience the thickness of their armor will increase. 3. If will be important with cach individual character to keep track of (a) their battle history and (b) how well their weapon does with different type of defenses 4. Adding a twist to this with random events will make battling fun and unexpected! Create at least two different random events again using classes that are derived from a base class. Some ideas are weapons breaking (which if we are using fire instead of a weapon then it won't hurt the character at all..), having a character slip and fall getting
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