Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 125

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function attack() {
  text.innerText = "The " + monsters[fighting].name + " attacks.";
  text.innerText += " You attack it with your " + weapons[currentWeapon].name + ".";
  health -= monsters[fighting].level;
  monsterHealth -= weapons[currentWeapon].power + Math.floor(Math.random() * xp) + 1;
  healthText.innerText = health;
  monsterHealthText.innerText = monsterHealth;
  
  if (health <= 0) {
     function lose()
  }
}

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Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 125

Hey @pdro996, and welcome to the FCC Community!

Whenever you hear the term “call a function”, it doesn’t mean create the function there. It’s asking you to execute the function at that location. Whenever you put “function” before a function name, JS thinks you want to start a brand new function there.

If I have a function called win, and I want to call it if my health is greater than 100, I would do it like so:

if (health > 100) {
    win();
}

All you need to do is apply that same methodology to this challenge.

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Wowww. Thank you very much.