If you haven't played the algebra quest line, you're missing out on some good deals! Check out the marketplace at Sedge's Edge to see what merchants are willing to trade. Before you go, you should know that the marketplace doesn't operate on the usual currency system - instead it's barter-based, so you'll have to see what's in your trading kit then figure out what the best deal you can find is. You can trade multiple times to work your way up to a fortune, though you are limited by the trading tickets you are given. When you're done trading you can visit the broker to trade your goods in for zorbits. Some items in the market you may recognize and some you may not. Either way, you can't be sure which are the most valuable unless you use what you know about unit conversion and ratios. So what are you waiting for? Go get yourself some sizzgams and a few snipsnaps!
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Once you have investigated some stool samples, you will have some knowledge about the predator-prey relationships in a certain biome. In order to keep track of this information and visualize the ecosystem, you can create a food web! Using the food web kid players can add species and draw arrows specifying who eats whom in their food web. The food web kit itself does not know whether a food web drawn in it is accurate, but it does know if stool data has been collected about each relationship. Certain quests in the ecology quest line ask players to create and turn in a food web to explain what they have discovered about the ecosystem.
Draw food webs and send them to your friends to compare notes. Start by picking up some poo and then turn it into a beautiful web of life!
When you activate your stool tool, you will suddenly be able to spot the droppings of various creatures in the world. By using the stool tool to examine the feces, you can often identify recognizable bits within them. This provides you with valuable information about what that creature has been eating. Of course, some animals digest their food so well that there is nothing recognizable left in it. Some may wonder why we designed such a tool into the Radix game, and while we could say it was to satisfy our affinity for toilet humor, stool samples are an authentic and valuable tool that ecologists use and they contribute to the embodied experience of The Radix Endeavor.
If you're ready to get your hands dirty, look for the Population Arbitration quest line in Murky Maws. Or, just walk around the world with your pooper scooper and see what you can find!
Hello Radix users!
We'd like to inform you of an upcoming maintenance window, scheduled for Tuesday, April 1st, 11PM - Midnight EDT.
Our website, www.radixendeavor.org will be down and inaccessible during this period so that we can bring you website fixes/improvements. Please schedule your play sessions accordingly!
Thank you for your patience, and thank you for playing!
In this month's maintenance update, we've tried to address a few issues that have been making it difficult for schools and other users to play Radix. These are things we would have loved to address sooner but didn't have the time. In fact some of them could still use some additional work and in a perfect world we'd be able to continue working on them, but we're happy to at least be making small improvements throughout the pilot phase. These are some things you may notice in the latest version:
- Traveling from one area to another loads faster than before.
- When quests are available that you haven't started, an "!" appears on the world map.
- Failure reporting in Teacher Dashboard is more accurate and clear.
- Mail can be composed from the inbox, not only from the Friends List.
- Small improvements in clarity have been made to a variety of tools.
Hello Radix users!
We'd like to inform you of an upcoming maintenance window, scheduled for Wednesday, March 26th, 5-7PM EST.
Our website, www.radixendeavor.org
will be down and inaccessible during this period so that we can bring
you more game and website fixes/improvements. Please schedule your play
Thank you for your patience, and thank you for playing!
We’ve been getting several questions asking whether it is
too late to sign up for the pilot. The resounding answer is that it’s
definitely NOT too late to join us for the spring play session. We’re eager to get as many teachers and
students playing as possible. The more people who play, the more we can learn
about the game! Here are a couple of additional common questions that have come
How late in the year does the pilot go? We’ll be collecting data from the game, the
assessments and doing classroom visits up through the end of June. Can’t start
using the game until late May or June? No problem. We’re still happy to have
What if I only have time do one quest line? That’s not a problem. We want
teachers to use the game as it fits in their classroom. While we’d love to have
students playing multiple quest lines, if you only have time to do one, you can
still take part.
Do you have any suggestions for how to incorporate the game
into the end of the school year? Absolutely. These are based on
ideas we’ve had from teachers about how they plan to try it out beyond standard
classroom and/or homework use.
- Half your class gone for state exams? Use Radix
with the other students
- Students need some extra practice in certain
areas leading up to finals? Use the corresponding quest lines to help give them
- Looking for something to do after AP/IB/final
exams? Use the game as a way to continue to engage students with content
- Want to give students exposure to new topics or
ideas that weren’t covered in this year’s curriculum? Pick out a few quest
lines and let the game challenge students to learn something new
Enroll in the pilot here:http://bit.ly/HV8ymZ
We encourage teachers to sign up for the pilot, give the
game a try and let us know all the unique ways that Radix can fit into existing
curriculum. As always, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
with any questions.
Did you know we have discussion boards where teachers, students, and anyone who plays Radix can go and chat about the game? Teachers can share ideas on how to connect the Radix content to their lessons. Students can look for advice on where to find Dr. Jopanda or how to breed a fast, plaid schloggen. And everyone can ask and answer questions to help their fellow players along. We're excited to build the community and have you all connect around tips, tricks, and strategies in the game - but in order to do that, we need YOU! Go visit the forums, ask and answer questions, post your ideas, and be a part of the excitement!
The island of Ysola has a long history, much of which has not been recorded and lives on only in the memories of the ancients. Some of the more recent history is known, but is in danger of being erased by those in power. The Radix Endeavor game starts off at a time when big change is imminent on the island and much work is being done to shape that change. Watch this prequel video to reveal one more piece of the puzzle and understand how the Curiosi were formed and what they are fighting for - or rather, what you are fighting for, if you choose to work alongside them.
Many questions surround the infamous Ysolian skull houses. How old are they and how have they been preserved? Whose skull is that anyway? Do the inhabitants have to brush those teeth regularly? Theories abound but answers are few.
If your travels around the island have not yet revealed its location, then you have much left to explore!