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Lost Relics Graveyard Rumble competitive event
September 17 - October 15
The NFT-powered dungeon crawler Lost Relics has received a major update adding a competitive element to the mix, called Graveyard Rumble. The new Graveyard Rumble competitive modeoffers amazing NFT prizes for Lost Relics to those who finish in the top three spots. The premise is simple. Enter the Graveyard and defeat as many monsters as you can before dying. The top 10 players make it to the leaderboard, while the competition ends on October 15th. Players need a level 10 character to enter, and the devs also promised more game modes such as this in future releases.
What is Lost Relics?
Lost Relics is a blockchain-powered dungeon crawler. Players embark on dangerous adventures in search of resources and loot! In this third-person action role-playing game, adventurers need to defeat monsters, find loot and make it to the end of the maze. One mistake could lose players a fortune.
There is loot of unimaginable value to find and each dungeon is unique with well over four billion variations, ranging from for example common swords to legendary bows. Hack and slash your way through undiscovered lands on your quest for loot. Each chest players stumble across is a chance at discovering some of the rarest artifacts in the universe, however there are also dangers in the dungeons.
Items in Lost Relics are a mixture of Fungible and Non-Fungible tokens (digital goods and collectibles). Each item has a limited supply. This makes them provably rare. In towns, players explore, find information for quests, and start Adventures and events. Events are seasonal, but Adventures always remain available to any intrepid hero.
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