Challenge Accepted is a web-based app that turns your to-do list into a quest log, and turns you into a bold adventurer. Earn experience points for your real-life adventures by treating them like quests in your favorite role-playing games. Are you ready to join the battle?
When you complete a task, you have the option of picking the attribute that helped you to do so.
Attributes are different from skills. A skill is something that you do; an attribute is a characteristic
that helps you do it.
As you use a particular attribute, your character’s score in that attribute will increase. You get one attribute point for every task you complete with that attribute, regardless of difficulty.
(Note: At the moment, your attribute score, like your skill points, exists mainly so you can see your own progress. But something is stirring
deep in the wilds of GetYeDone; something big. All over the world, there are whispers.
The Old Gods are waking up.)
All Current Attributes
Bravery: When a task makes you nervous, scares you, or challenges you in some way, but you do it anyway.
Chaos: When a task goes off the rails.
Cleverness: When a task requires you to think quickly, to investigate, and to puzzle-solve.
Creativity: When a task asks that you take the road less travelled by, and you don’t have a map.
Fellowship: When a task brings you together with others, whether over a shared victory, a common goal, or a sandwich.
Flexibility: When a task calls for you to keep and open mind, be willing to adjust your ideas, and try new things.
Kindness: When a task calls for compassion, patience, and decreasing the level of suckage in the world.
Negativity : When a task is done with malice, or causes you to feel unpleasantly.
Perseverance : When a task requires that you keep going, even when the going is rough.
Procrastination: When a task is actually just a way of putting off other tasks.
Remembering: When a task returns your thoughts to ancient times... or requires that you not forget something of vital importance.
Responsibility: When a task needs doing, and you do it, even when you'd rather be doing something else.
Restraint: When a task requires that you hold yourself back, no matter how difficult the decision.
Strength: When a task calls on you to use your power—whether physical, mental, or emotional.
Whimsy: When a task calls for you to bend your brain, shake up the status quo, and see the world in extraordinary ways.
Wisdom: When a task requires intellectual rigor, or sagacity—and sometimes the greatest wisdom is knowing the difference between the two…