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Green Rabbit adds Greenprint Fusing

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The upcoming racing game Green Rabbit just released the second phase of their crafting system called Greenprint Fusing. Fusing allows players to combine multiple copies of Greenprints and attempt to create Ascendant Orbs. These Orbs will be used to upgrade Greenprints in a future release of the Green Rabbit game on the Wax blockchain.

Though we still wait for the actual racing game, the Green Rabbit team continues to add functionality and improve on their crafting system. The first phase, Greenprint crafting, was released just over a month ago, and now we have Phase 2, Greenprint Fusing.

uncommon Ascendant Orb

Greenprint Fusing

With Greenprint fusing, players try to create Ascendant Orbs by combining Greenprints. Each attempt requires ten (10) Greenprints of the same quality and some Shellinium. Other stats don’t matter. Once selected, there is a 55% chance of success.

Successful attempts generate an Ascendant Orb, which players can use to upgrade Greenprints in a future release. Failure results in losing half of the Greenprints in the recipe, while the other half returns to you.

This is an excellent next step for Green Rabbit. After the first phase of crafting released, players flooded the market with Greenprints as they had no current use-case.

But now, we have a useful burn mechanic for all of those extra Greenprints, and an additional use for Shellinium. Once all of the Armor crafting components are installed, we should have a very interesting economy, as long as there is a constant demand for Armor.

So how does armor work

Crafting the Armor is a multi-step process. First you need Shellinium, which is acquired by staking Green Rabbit NFTs. Staking requires special Green Rabbit USB NFTs, each of which can hold other NFTs based on the rarities of the items involved. Or, you could just buy it on the Alcor exchange.

Next step involves creating blueprints from either one of each base NFT type (Action Image, Diorama, Coin, and Lore Tablet), or a single 3D figure NFTs. Blueprints come in various rarities (Common through Mythic), but they also have an associated animal totem (Snake, Cat, Turtle, and Rabbit). The totem affects the various stat bonuses for the Armor and will presumably have effect on the race as well.

Once players create an Anima Armor blueprint, they can purchase materials from the Materials Depot with Shellinium. Then, players use the blueprint, materials, and more Shellinium to craft the armor. Armor upgrades will soon be available with Ascendant Orbs.

Now all of this blueprint and armor crafting leads to the final piece, the Ultra-Anima race. Here players participate in an obstacle course where they use their armor and their upgrades. Winners of the races will earn prizes which could include Shellinium, NFTs, or material FTs used for crafting.

Overall, their ecosystem is more complex than many of these type of games. If you’re interested in learning more, I recommend reading their whitepaper.

What is Green Rabbit?

Green Rabbit is a racing game built on the Wax blockchain. Players wear special Anima Armor and compete in 3D racing events. Players race through a grueling, obstacle course known as Ultra-Anima. Equipped in Anima-Armor, racers seek to prove their worth in this contest. Winners receive prizes which could include the game currency Shellinium, NFTs, and resources.

Players stake NFTs to earn Shellinium, the official Green Rabbit token. With that Shellinium and various NFTs, players craft Greenprints and from those Greenprints, Anima-Armor. Armor comes in six components, Boots, Chest, Gloves, Pants and Helmet. You will need all six to complete an Anima-Armor suit. After that you can upgrade armor to obtain potential bonuses in the Ultra-Anima races.

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