— World of Ether (@WorldofEther) November 24, 2018
According to the game’s website, World of Ether is centered around the collection, breeding, and fighting of “monsters.” Each monster is stored inside an Ethereum smart contract and categorized into one of 4 grades of rarity: common, uncommon, rare and legendary.
World of Ether’s battle mode allows players to upgrade both their units and their identities to advance within the game. The more experience points a player gains through battle, the higher the likelihood there is that he draws a legendary monster.
Similar to other blockchain-based collectibles games, the monster collectibles are fully owned by the players and are available to trade in a secondary market. There are initially only 200 monsters available, providing a real element of scarcity that could very well drive value if the game catches on.
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