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?
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An adventurer's class tends to reflect their personal style, and how they prefer to get things done.
But of course, people change! Your class is not set in stone. To change it, you need only go to your character sheet, click “edit,”, and pick a new class from the drop-down menu.
Make art, not war! Or, if you must make war, for Lim’s sake, at least be creative about it. Using song and story, the bard captivates audiences, ensnares enemies, and keeps themselves in sitar picks and new strings. A bard won’t often settle for the usual method of completing a quest. Instead, the bard will spin a remix, creating a new tactic capable of both raising the roof AND bringing the house down.
The culinarian seeks glory through gastronomy. Whether they studied in the prestigious kitchens of the old masters, or whether the aim to take the foodie scene by storm with food cart and a cuisine that’s completely unique, culinarians value hard work and attention to detail. And when a disagreement must be settled, or a goblin slain... well. A culinarian knows how to wield a chef’s knife. Allez productivity!
The path of the healer is difficult, but rewarding. Healers find welcome anywhere, no matter how far they wander from home. Healers prefer to take quests as they come. They focus on tasks that require urgent attention, prioritize the next most important, and leave alone things that can be done another day.
Herbalists know that growth takes time. Just as a seed becomes a beautiful flower or a towering tree, an adventurer's skills bloom with practice and care. Herbalists don't stress about immediate results, choosing instead to focus their energy towards eventual rewards. And let's face it, where would adventurers be without potions? DEAD. THEY WOULD ALL BE DEAD. (Probably.)
For those called to learn its ways, magic is not merely a tool: it is a way of life. A mage devotes all their energy to studying the building blocks of the world, so that they can cast spells that reshape it entirely. Similarly, mages like to break quests down into their most basic tasks, and methodically work through them all.
Silent, swift, and deadly, the ninja is a skillful spy and assassin. Their training in the martial arts has given them immense discipline, which they use to complete quests with poise and efficiency. You’ll never see a ninja putting off for tomorrow what they could do today. That is, if you ever see a ninja at all… Aside from their discipline, ninjas are known for their stealth tactics, and accomplish tasks in sneaky, unexpected ways.
Pirates sail the seas—and the skies—in search of one thing: treasure. Well, two things: treasure and a good time. Well: treasure, a good time, and the opportunity to confound figures of traditional authority. So, amongst their interests are such diverse elements as treasure, a good time, the opportunity to confound figures of traditional authority, and a really good barrel of rum—moving on. Pirates are as disorganized as they come: they tend to plan things at the last minute, but go after them with great enthusiasm and single-minded drive.
Rangers forsake the hustle and bustle of cities and towns to live in the wilds, talking to the animals and speaking for the trees. They generally know the language and lore of many cultures, and are skilled with multiple weapons rather than mastering a single one. They prefer to focus on the big picture, rather than sweating all the little details, and will try many different strategies to find the one that best fits a particular task.
The rogues are a crafty bunch, preferring to use their quick wits and their nimble fingers, rather than their muscles, to find success. Rogues are known for using a wide array of tools t o increase their productivity and help them complete quests in a quick, profitable manner.
You're not mad, per se: mildly upset is far more accurate. You've even got the numbers to prove it! And it's not like it makes your findings any less accurate. For SCIENCE!
Those who walk the warrior’s path are known for their strength, their tenacity, and their commitment to totally rad parties. Warriors may not be the most organized bunch, but once they commit a quest, they go after it with a will and power through. Warriors work best with companions to fight alongside, and will often go searching for those who need their help.
The pen is mightier than the sword!