BitLife’s newest challenge is here, and it is to honor the late Chadwick Boseman, who everyone came to know as the true Black Panther. For this week’s challenge, players will need to live the life of T’Challa as he rose to power. Like most BitLife challenges, you’ll need to complete certain objectives to beat the challenge, and we’re here to show you all of the steps with our BitLife guide on how to do the Black Panther challenge!

Welcome to the Black Panther Challenge

For this Marvel themed challenge, players will grow up and walk the same path as the legendary T’Challa. In order to complete this challenge you’ll need to do the following:

  • Born as a Male in Kenya
  • Start a second generation
  • Earn the best belt in all martial arts
  • Become a leader in Africa

Start your Life in Kenya

To kick things off, make sure to start a character in Kenya. It doesn’t matter if you’re male or female, as long as you make your starting hometown Kenya. As the challenge reads, you’ll be doing most of the work as your second generation child.

For your first generation life, you’ll want to live your life as healthy as possible. Maintain good health, happiness, smarts, and looks and get a good paying job, because you’re going to start a family!

You’ll need to have a son if you want to move onto the next part of the challenge, so try to start your family sooner than later in case you need more time. Once you have a baby boy, you can live out the rest of your life in peace and when your time comes, make sure to move onto the next generation.

Fight like Black Panther

Now that you’re in the second generation, you’ll now be playing as your son in Kenya. To prep for the future, you’ll need to start working on your stats as soon as possible. Once you’re old enough, begin going on walks and hitting up the gym, then start training in martial arts.

There are a total of five different martial arts: jiu-jitsu, judo, karate, kung fu, and taekwondo. You’ll need the highest level belt (black) in all five martials arts to complete this part of the challenge.

Try to perfect your martial arts early on. If you take the classes as a teenager, your parents will pay for the classes. Be careful though, as this depends on your relationship with your family – if they’re happy with you, then they will most likely cover your classes, but you might not be so lucky if your relationship is rocky.

If you can’t take the classes as a kid, don’t sweat it – you can always take them when you’re an adult, but you’ll just have to pay for the classes yourself.

Mastering martial arts and receiving belts is easy – just keep taking the classes over and over again until you rank up. The best part is that you can do all of them in a single year, as you don’t need to wait between years to take more classes.

Wakanda Forever

The last part of this challenge involves having you become an African political leader, much like how T’Challa ascended the throne to watch over Wakanda.

Chasing a political career in BitLife is unfortunately one of the most random career choices in the game, and a lot of things are left up to chance. People have speculated that going to school for Political Sciences can help, so be sure to choose that as your university study.

We recommend going to graduate school as well, just to get as many things under your belt as possible. You never know with political careers, so it’s best to take as many precautions as possible.

You can pursue a political career by going to Special Careers -> Political Offices. From here you can start with School Board Director. You’ll need to balance your approaches and make sure your approval rating is high. Treat your opponents with respect and dignity, and always try to see what areas you can work towards next.

Once your term is up, you can resign and if your approval rating was high enough, you can take a crack at taking up the next political position. Keep working your way up the chain and you should eventually become a leader.

At this point you should have successfully completed the Black Panther challenge! If you have any other helpful tips or tricks to share, let us know in the comments below!

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