Bambolos also needs pens but their space constraints are more complicated than those of the shumberts or jipsnouts in the previous quests. Capture and measure a bambolo, then build the proper size pen. Bambolos need 3 tooms in the front and a half a toom in the back and on both sides.
This quest continues having players make their own constructions. In this particular quest there are specific directions for space in front and in back as well as separate instructions for the sides.
- Apply a geometric model to satisfy physical constraints
- Make a geometric construction
- Was your approach to the bambolo pen any different than the other animals you did previously?
- Was it confusing to have directions for the front and back of the animal separately? Does it actually matter in the end which is the front and which is the back?