Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 118

Tell us what’s happening:after applying the correct code even the code was not run

You should use dot notation to access the innerText property of monsterName .

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function goFight() {
update(locations[3]);
monsterHealth = monsters[fighting].health;
monsterStats.style.display = “block”;
monsterHealthText.innerText = health;
monsterNameInnerText = monsterNameElement.innerText;

}

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Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 118

You haven’t used .innerText on the dom elements you wanted to access and update them
check this line of code, monsterNameInnerText = monsterNameElement.innerText;
you have to use innerText with dot notation