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Gala Games has shared a first glimpse of the work-in-progress look and feel of the interior of a tavern NFT inside their upcoming online role playing game Mirandus. Each tavern is owned by a player, basically setting up a virtual business within a much broader economy.
Mirandus will be filled with businesses run by players. Each of those businesses is represented on the blockchain as an NFT, and has an unique interior in the game world. Players can upgrade their business, sell items and offer services. Taverns are one of many businesses inside Mirandus.
Taverns come in different sizes. This particular tavern is located in the Citadel of the Earth (see the banners), and therefore it’s likely that this is a bigger tavern. The patron of this tavern is the player who owns the deeds. In addition the patron needs to pay rent to the chief of the town it’s located in.
A couple of weeks ago Gala Games already revealed that players can upgrade their businesses. They can improve the interior of their Mirandus NFT to increase the product quality of their in-game enterprise. A tavern comes with some basic features, and each of those can be upgraded to improve their capacity. For example, more storage, an improved kitchen or a better resting area.
Everything mentioned above is part of a larger economy. To upgrade their tavern, the patron will need wood and perhaps stone. To sell beer, bread and meat, they will need supply from a local farm, brewery or granary. As a result there’s an entire (complex) economy. In addition, of course, location matters. Bread will be more expensive in areas without any granaries or farms.
Tell me more about Mirandus
When Mirandus releases, it will give players a first-person perspective as they venture into the world. Everything in the game world is owned by players, communities or organizations, ranging from the in-game banks to the shops, farms and blacksmiths. There will be a thriving in-game economy, and everybody has their part of play.
Adventurers will need food, armor repairs and some potions before they go on their next adventure. The blacksmith will need wood from the woodcutter to make a hilt, while the butcher needs meat from the farmer. There are many production lines and players can enjoy being a farmer, an adventurer, a trader or perhaps a bard.
Owning land means making money
Having a keep or some other base close to a dungeon entrance, will provide all kinds of opportunities for trade. Players can buy land tiles with certain functionalities and drop these anywhere in the game world. Other players could open a shop in that village, and pay rent to the mayor. All ownership over digital assets inside Mirandus is stored on the blockchain.
When Mirandus launches there will be five citadels. These give the owner the right to create and lead their own faction, charge taxes on trade and so on. Owning a piece of land provides a safe haven for other players, and potentially a way to make money. Together with the developers the owners of these citadels can design their own layout for their city.
Players who’ve been playing Townstar, have possibly already earned some GALA. They can use these GALA tokens to acquire assets inside Mirandus, or spend the tokens on cards in Splinterlands.
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