update, software, app

Python Code Using Marvel Comics – Part 8

Shew. Big update. I continued working on adding additional features and improving the Marvel Ultimate Character Generator.

2,865 lines of code. Almost 3k. If this was a book with 25 lines per page that would be almost 115 pages or 4 chapters at 29 pages each. It might sound like a lot, but when you are in the zone, it goes fast. On a sidenote, I listened to the song Arise by The Siege on repeat for ALOT of this coding and it with caffeine powered me through some late nights.

New features:

  • Implemented Power Levels and Tuples.
  • Implemented Columns into the display and used the zip function to combine the list of powers and the list of power_levels to be easier to read.
  • Implemented the 210 Ultimate Talents from Classic Marvel Forever.
  • Built in complex physical forms that diverge. i.e. If you rolled a 88 for Angel/Demon, the program will randomly determine if you are an Angel or a Demon and adjust your character accordingly.

Here is how the format looks now.

Current Code Count: 2,865 lines.

The latest code is up on my GitHub. You can try it for yourself and run it from a web browser via my ReplitTrinket, or embedded below.