Introduction: EVER QUEST
Today you will be building the game Ever Quest. This game includes duals, rivalry, obstacles, and much more. The point of this game is to defeat all the challenges and be the first one to proceed through the 11 different levels. The game players will travel through the different levels and will experience the different campaigns created by the game creators. As the game progresses the difficulty level will increase as well. The entire game is based off a novel called Everlost by Neal Shusterman. There are four different characters in this role-playing game: Mary, Lief, Allie, and Nick. All of them are characters in the novel Everlost. Some characters have some advantages in some levels, others don’t. The game takes you through the setting that the book goes through chronologically. It begins and concludes with the tunnel of light that brought them into Everlost in the first place. Players will experience the game as if they were really in the game.
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Step 1: Materials
Gather all the materials to create the game:
- 2 White Foam Board 24"x36"
- 12 Pack of Colored Pencils
- 24 Pack of Crayons
- 25 Pack of Sharpies
- Crayola Washable Paint
- Various Paint Brushes
- Invisible Scotch Tape
- Water Colors
- Measure Tape/Meter Stick
- Design Plan
- Construction Paper
- Printer Paper
- Index Cards
Step 2: Design
Decide what design fits your specifications the best. You can mix two design up or simply just chose one that fits the specifications seamlessly. Our group mixed two designs up. We used the most of one design and added a few things here and there from the other design that was chosen.
Step 3: Final Design
Create your final design. If you chose not to mix two different designs up, skip this step. If you decided to mix two different design up, justify why you decided to chose these two designs instead of just one. Create your final design carefully because this is going to be how your board is going to look like.
Step 4: Creating the Board
- Begin by drawing on one of the boards the final design. Only draw the zig-zagged lines and the card places.
- On the other boards draw all pop-out figures.
- Carefully draw all the details of your game.
- Begin cutting out the pop out figures. Be careful because the board is thick and is difficult to cut.
- Don't press to hard with your pencil because the board will break.
Step 5: Painting Your Board
- Now begin painting the figures and the actual board.
- Paint the zig-zags a mixture of gray, black, and white.
- Paint the conflict card place red.
- Paint the card place white with stars.
- Paint the discard pile white with a blue crown.
- The pop-out figures you can paint however way you desire.
- Paint the white spaces in-between the zig-zags green with the water-color to represent land.
- Let paint dry completely.
Step 6: Creating the Cards
- Cut out four different colored construction papers in index card size.
- Cut out 4 small rectangles (look at picture above)
- Cut out 4 large rectangles (look at picture above)
- Steps 1-3 are for Character Cards
- Write down the information about your game
- If your following our plan then:
- White Cards - Describes what is happening
- Conflict Cards - Character you will be battling
- Character Cards - Describe the character and their abilites
- Bonus Cards - Helps you during the game
- If your following our plan then:
Step 7: Creating the Rulebook
- The rulebook has to include
- The Rules
- The Characters in the Game and the Non-Player Characters
- The Campaign
- Background Story
- Character Sketches