Crafting Robots in R-Planet
Crafting has been a part of R-Planet since the start, but crafting robots adds a whole new layer of awesomeness. Crafting robots in R-Planet can be done by combining resources. This latest update is part of the Conquest chapter, which has players working together in alliances to build a superweapon.
During the Conquest Phase, players will randomly receive a base of operations. The system picks a random location, and players can then choose one of four land parts. Each base offers minerals and soil to mine. R-Planet players can then start crafting robots here, improve those robots, become more efficient at mining or perhaps collaborate with other players.
The goal of R-Planet Conquest is for player to work together, build robots, and create a superweapon to take down the Ahnangs mothership. Players will work together in an effort to be the first to create that superweapon. The game ends when players have finished the superweapon or when the time is up. If the game has a winning alliance, all its members will earn prizes: valuable and unique NFTs.
Robot crafting resources
When you have your base in R-Planet, it will be possible to start crafting robots. Players can use the R-Planet minerals Wecanite, Caponium, Waxon and Enefterium to craft two types of robots. Another robot, as seen in the trailer above, can be purchased using AETHER at a later time.
These robots or troops can attack or steal resources, scout other players, defend buildings or reinforce friendly structures in your alliance. Essentially there are two types of combat forces: fast and slow ones. These robots also have certain specialties. Some will be better at attacking, others can protect infantry or cavalry. There are also robots that carry resources, however, the bigger the robot the more WECANITE they consume.
Learn more about crafting through the official website.
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