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FAQ

What is Brave Quest?



Brave Quest is the world’s first reality adventure game
that builds character, independence, and resilience in kids.

It helps kids find and grow their super power.

Brave Quest places less emphasis on natural talent.

It places more effort on perseverance, determination, character, resilience, and tenacity.

Brave Quest focuses on growing resilience in 3 areas:


  • Physical resilience.
  • Mental resilience.
  • Emotional resilience.




What is the monthly Brave Quest subscription comprised of?



  • The monthly Brave Quest adventure journal.
    Kids get a new one each month.
  • The Brave Quest app. This tracks points, assigns rewards, has a leaderboard, and makes the Brave Quest experience a lot more communal.




How does Brave Quest work?


Brave Quest works just like a video game.

  • It tracks points.
  • It has levels – ones that start easy, but get more difficult over time.
  • It allows players to unlock rewards.
  • It has surprise bonuses.
  • It has a leaderboard, for that competitive aspect that pushes players to try harder.

Brave Quest works just like a journal.


  • It has daily prompts.
  • It serves as a snapshot of where your child is, in that month of their life.
  • You will find yourself looking back at their entries wistfully. You will see growth.




Who is Brave Quest for?


Brave Quest is best suited for GIRLS and BOYS ages 6-to-12.

But it can also work for kids that are slightly younger
(My 5-year old has been playing it diligently for 2 months…)
and kids that are older
(there’s really no upper-limit on age for Brave Quest.)


Can a superhero-themed game really work for girls?



ABSOLUTELY.

One of our first players is a 9-year old young lady,
who is going to be something AMAZING before everything is said and done.

Girls need resilience, too.

While we DO have some fantastic female super heroes in comic books…

(Wonder woman, Supergirl, Invisible Woman, etc.)

There are not nearly as many recognizable ones as there are great male superheroes.


Brave Little Heroes is changing that.


Every few months we create new heroes here.

Right now, we actually have more FEMALE kid heroes than MALE ones!


And we’re talking POWERFUL heroes. Can’t wait to unveil them!


  • We have Zakiya (The Amazing Zee) from Nigeria…
  • Algebra from Iraq…
  • Untouchable Girl from India…
  • Tick-Tock from China…
  • Tamilore the Dragon, from the Kingdom of Dragons & Monsters
  • Susie from England…
  • And more.




How much does Brave Quest cost?



For less than a dollar a day ($19.95/month),
you’re transforming your child’s play time, into character-building time.


We’re currently having an inaugural special, so keep an eye out for coupons that give you even more amazing deals!


What are the payment options?


You can either pay monthly ($19.95/month), or get an even deeper discount by paying annually
($199.50, or two months FREE!)




If I need to, how do I cancel my subscription?



Just send us an email via the contact form, and we’ll get you taken care of promptly.




Is there a money back guarantee?



Absolutely. We give you 100% money back, no questions asked,
within the first 30 days of your first month.




Why do Moms love Brave Quest for their kids?




  • Weekly: Dad & Kids make breakfast or dinner for Mom!
  • The Weekly gratitude letter!
  • The Weekly Mom night out!
  • 3 hugs from each child daily!
  • Kids waking up early with good attitudes (thanks to their morning workout)!
  • Your kids are building more character daily.
  • Your kids are building a healthy independence and resilience daily.

      … and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.




      Why do Dads love Brave Quest for their kids?




      • Interview Dad: Tell kids about a time when…
      • Dinner time conversation
      • The Weekly gratitude letter!
      • The daily “Beat Dad” challenge!
      • Daily 5-to-15 minutes of outdoor time with Dad.
      • The monthly volunteer service hour.
      • Kids working on something bigger than themselves.

      … and much more.




    What books inform the science and methodology behind Brave Quest?



    Books researched for Brave Quest include:

    1. Grit – Angela Duckworth
    2. Mindset – Carol Dweck
    3. Grit to Great – Linda Kaplan Thaler
    4. The Obstacle is the Way – Ryan Holiday
    5. The Secret to Success – Eric Thomas
    6. Talent is Overrated – Geoffrey Colvin
    7. The Talent Code – Daniel Coyle
    8. Outliers – Malcolm Gladwell
    9. The Power of Habit – Charles Duhigg
    10. How Children Succeed: Grit, Curiosity, and the Hidden Power of Character

    … and many more.

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