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These stories are amazing! I'm wondering if there is a plan to roll them out in different languages (I teach a French Immersion class), before I undertake the translation battle myself ;-)

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You are able to import quests from your previous year's classes (i.e. you don't have to save them, you just have to find them again). I made myself a spreadsheet with the names and descriptions of ...

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This is fantastic - what a great way to introduce students to the world of Classcraft. I find students really enjoy when the quest refers back to their characters. Thank you so much for sharing!

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This is great! I am working on a beginning of the year quest, and this is a great jumping off point!

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Hi Jason, I would also love to see a "view only" version of your documents, if that is possible :-) 

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Hi Logan,  The links in your quest that lead to Google Drive documents are not available (sharing permissions) - for example, the link for Beware of the Ides :-)

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Hi Nathan, that link does work - what a great introductory quest, and start to the school year. I will definitely be borrowing *cough*stealing*cough* this for next September! I will absolutely shar...

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I have translated / adapted your storyline into French, and have used it with my grade 8 Math/French Immersion class to combine some Math concepts with a bit of creative writing. Thank you for the ...

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Nathan, thanks so much for taking the time to respond. I think the element of choice for students is a very important one! I think my eighth graders will really enjoy this quest - and I'm now think...

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Hi Phil, I was wondering if you could edit your original post to include what the subject area / content of each quest is?  Thanks!

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