After the one-of-a-kind Mythic card for the Divine Order expansion of Gods Unchained has been found, NFT card pack buyers will be able to discover six promo cards. The Rat of Destruction, Rat of Healing, Rat of Sorcery, Rat of Perplexion, Rat of Reinforcement and Rat of Trickery each belong to one of the gods in the trading card game.
Obviously the drop rate of the Mythic card is very low, because there will only be one Temnys of Thebia in the whole of Gods Unchained. However, once a player found the Mythic card, there will be a chance to find the rat promo cards. The chance of finding one has been set at 0.01% for the rare, legendary and shiny legendary packs. Only the epic packs have a 0.03% chance. Approximately one in every 10 thousand cards will be a promo card.
Despite all this teasing for Divine Order, the community still has no idea when the Gods Unchained sale will take place. Early-birds will enjoy a 20% discount for a limited amount of time.
This wouldn’t be the first time Gods Unchained distributed promo cards. They already had promo cards like First Phoenix, Light’s Bidding, Blessed Chimera and Blessed Ibis. A First Phoenix card now at least costs 2 ETH, while Light’s Bidding is worth five times more. With a 0.35 ETH price tag the Blessed Chimera is a lot cheaper, while the Blessed Ibis goes for only 0.0032 ETH. You can find these cards on the Immutable X Marketplace.
Testing phase for Divine Order coming soon
The developers of the trading card game Gods Unchained are working hard on Divine Order, the second expansion for the blockchain-powered card game. In a development update they told the community that they hope to make the expansion playable on the Public Test Realm (PTR) in the coming weeks.
Divine Order is the direct sequel to Trial of the Gods, which had champions struggle through tasks set by the gods. The tests had a purpose, and that purpose will be revealed in Divine Order. The team already revealed a list of all the upcoming cards and new god powers.
What about play-to-earn and GODS
One of the biggest requests from the Gods Unchained community, is the reopening of the Forge. This will allow players to combine cards and create a prettier and rarer version. You will even earn non-blockchain cards, and you can then forge them onto the blockchain. Immutable is looking at the best way to reintroduce the Forge, before they will launch the GODS token.
The GODS token will become the governance token of Gods Unchained, and players will need GODS to forge cards. But the team isn’t that far yet. They are now finalizing the whitepaper, so we can expect more information soon. With GODS they want to reward early supporters, but they also want to have a sustainable model to allow users to stake their tokens. Essentially GODS will flow into all elements of Gods Unchained, adding all kinds of play-to-earn mechanics. We talked about the GODS token before.
What is Gods Unchained?
Gods Unchained is a collectible card game built on the Ethereum blockchain, but it uses the Immutable X layer-2 solution. The blockchain stores all ownership of the cards, giving players full ownership over their own set of cards. Players earn digital cards by playing the game. When they have two identical cards they can mint these into one blockchain-based card. We call these cards non-fungible tokens, and the owners can trade, sell, or use them in the game itself.
Future game mechanics will allow users to create limited edition cards from older cards, making existing cards more rare. In addition Gods Unchained can be enjoyed free-to-play, while players are able to earn cards by being active players. True play-to-earn mechanics there!
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