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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Hack-n-Slash The Final Push

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AttributeError: 'Game' object has no attribute 'monster'.

Hi! Can't figure out what's wrong, please help. I get the following error:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\Users\Dinosaur\Desktop\Treehouse\game.py", line 99, in <module>
  File "C:\Users\Dinosaur\Desktop\Treehouse\game.py", line 82, in __init__
  File "C:\Users\Dinosaur\Desktop\Treehouse\game.py", line 12, in setup
    self.monster = self.get_next_monster()
  File "C:\Users\Dinosaur\Desktop\Treehouse\game.py", line 16, in get_next_monster
    return self.monster.pop(0)
AttributeError: 'Game' object has no attribute 'monster'
import sys

from Character_Class import Character
from monster import Dragon
from monster import Goblin
from monster import Troll

class Game(object):
    def setup(self):
        self.player = Character()
        self.monsters = [Goblin(), Troll(), Dragon()]
        self.monster = self.get_next_monster()

    def get_next_monster(self):
            return self.monster.pop(0)
        except IndexError:
            return None

    def monster_turn(self):
        # Check to see if the monster attacks
        if self.monster.attack():
        #if so, tell the player
            print '{} is attacking!'.format(self.monster)
            #check if the player wants to dodge
            if raw_input('Dodge? Y/N ').lower() == 'y':
                #if so, see if the dodge is successful
                if self.player.dodge():
                    #if it is, move on
                    print 'You dodged the attack!'
                #if it's not, remove one player hit point
                    print 'You got hit anyway!'
                    self.player.hit_points -= 1
                print '{} hit you for 1 point!'.format(self.monster)
                self.player.hit_points -= 1
        #if the monster isn't attacking, tell that to the player too
            print '{} is not attacking this turn.'.format(self.monster)

    def player_turn(self):
        #Let the player attack, rest, or quit
        player_choice = raw_input('[A]ttack', '[R]est', '[Q]uit').lower()
        #if they attack:
        if player_choice == 'a':
            print 'Yor are attacking {}!'.format(self.monster)
            #See if the attack is successful
            if self.player.attack():
                #if so, see if the monster dodges
                if self.monster.dodge():
                    #if  dodged, print that
                    print '{} dodged your attack!'.format(self.monster)
                #If not dodged, substruckt the right num of hit points from the monster
                    if self.player.leveled_up():
                        self.monster.hit_points -= 2
                        self.monster.hit_points -= 1

                    print 'You hit {} with your {}!'.format(self.monster, self.player.weapon)
                print 'You missed!'
        #if they rest:
        elif player_choice == 'r':
            #call the player.rest() method
        #if they quit, exit the game    
        elif player_choice == 'q':
        #if they pick anything else, re-run this method

    def cleanup(self):
        if self.monster.hit_points <= 0:
            self.player.experience += self.monster.experience
            print 'You killed {}!'.format(self.monster)
            self.monster = self.get_next_monster()

    def __init__(self):

        while self.player.hit_points and (self.monster or self.monsters):
            print '\n' + '=' * 20
            print self.player
            print '-' * 20
            print '\n' + '=' * 20

        if self.player.hit_points:
            print 'You Win!'
        elif self.monsters or self.monster:
            print 'You lose!'


1 Answer

Kenneth Love
Kenneth Love
Treehouse Guest Teacher

You have self.monster.pop when you should have self.monsters.pop. Notice that the second one is pluralized.

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Thank you.