Dungeon Test in Ruby - Can't get result

class Dungeon
attr_accessor :player

def initialize(player_name)
@player = Player.new(player_name)
@rooms = []
end

def add_room(reference, name, description, connections)
@rooms << Room.new(reference, name, description, connections)
end

def start(location)
@player.location = location
show_current_description
end

def show_current_description
puts find_room_in_dungeon(@player.location).full_description
end

def find_room_in_dungeon(reference)
@rooms.detect { |room| room.reference == reference}
end

def find_room_in_direction(direction)
find_room_in_dungeon(@player.location).connections[direction]
end

def go(direction)
puts “You go” + direction.to_s
@player.location = find_room_in_direction(direction)
show_current_description
end

class Player
attr_accessor :name, :location

def initilize(name)
  @name = name
end

end

class Room
attr_accessor :reference, :name, :description, :connections

def initialize(reference, name, description, connections)
  @reference = reference
  @name = name
  @description = description
  @connections = connections
end

def full_description
  @name + "\n\nYou are in" + @description
end

end

end

Create the main dungeon object

my_dungeon = Dungeon.new (“Dan Ge”)

Add rooms to the dungeon

my_dungeon.add_room(:moltencore, “Molten Core”, “Ragnoras the Firelord”,
{:west => :moltencorehoundroom})
my_dungeon.add_room(:moltencorehoundroom, “Molten Core Hound Room”,
“Fire Dog”, {:east => :moltencore})

Start the dungeon by placing the players in the Molten Core

my_dungeon.start(:moltencore)

My RESULT SHOULD BE:

Molten Core

Ragnoras the Firelord

However my actual result is:

ArgumentError: wrong number of arguments (1 for 0)

method initialize in Dungeon.rb at line 5
method new in Dungeon.rb at line 5
method initialize in Dungeon.rb at line 5
method new in Dungeon.rb at line 62
method in Dungeon.rb at line 62

How can I start reading the methods at line 5 and discover a solution?

Thanks Jesus!

I can’t believe I missed that looking at it so many times.

haha I appreciate the help on the spelling of Ragnaros =)

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