Investing is never this fun when it comes to Chibi Fighters, and one might lead to ask what the hell are these so-called Chibis and how can it help me earn more Ethereum? We know you’re dying to know the answer and it’s that easy, to tell you the truth.
Chibi Fighters is a one-of-a-kind crypto fighting game made of mini warriors destined to bow to its owner’s every command. The game runs on ERC721 tokens on Ethereum which applies to all collectibles. Whether on an adventure, battle, or scavenging, these Chibis stay loyal and most important of all, generate revenue.
Speaking of battles, which one is the most lucrative?
Then it all boils down to The Hunt. For those who are already enticed by the name, we assure you that it doesn’t need rocket science knowledge to understand this entertaining profit-rendering scheme.
Quoting the developer’s words: “Warrior! Terrible things are happening on the island.
The merchants ship returned with an entire Ork possey on board! They are building a camp on the other side of the island and first scouts are approaching the city.
Fight them off, take down as many as you can.”
What are the prerequisites for joining the said “Hunt”?
Reading can be tiresome at times, so we’ve broken down the requirements into bullets found below.
- Chibi must be at least level 1.
- It must also contain HP (Health Points), Damage, and Armor.
- At least 1 Bounty contract is required to enter The Hunt.
- The Hunt can only be completed once per Chibi since it has high amounts of loot and item drop rates.
Note that bounty contracts are found in adventures or ether chests.
How does one go about in the game?
Like a promising RPG game you have played before, The Hunt takes on its style and platform in a one-to-one brawl against an ork. Here are the rules governing the slashing of these hideous creatures.
- Chibis can fight off as many orks as they can.
- If the Chibi dies, it will continue from the enemy that defeated it.
- These mobsters also get more difficult as the level increases.
- You can leave after each wave and make improvements like equipping better gear.
- Loot can be found inside the user’s account, and In case of something wrong happening, you can always refresh the page.
- Your Chibi will face 75 waves of orks in total.
- The last wave is the boss, and he will reset if you die three times.
Wearing gear and bringing good items boosts the chance of succeeding in the game.
What about the loot mentioned above?
Easy there, tiger. We’re just warming up to the good parts.
Loot comes in four forms–coins, gems, consumables, and unique items which can be equipped into gear. Coins are needed for battles and entering The Hunt itself. Gems, on the other hand, have a different purpose.
These gems are your gateway to earning ETHShards which monetarily translates to ETH, given the right amount. Technically, 1 ETH = 16000 ETHShards and all the players need to do is put their gems into the pot. ETHShards are also proven useful for future adventures and battles.
To energize you more, defeating the Boss at wave 75 ensures the dropping of two gems and a mythic item. Mythic items can be helpful in gameplay (because of its overwhelming power) or can be sold for easy money. Now ain’t that sweet.
In a nutshell, The Hunt has the best fun-to-profit ratio in the whole Chibi Universe because of its continuous gameplay and excellent loot profit. Plus what good is a gamer if one does not thirst for a good challenge which The Hunt generously offers.
Though entry is a bit tedious and relatively expensive at first, the outcome is way off the books. If clicking coin games and navigating zeppelins was already addicting to you then The Hunt might get you staring at the screen for days. Heck, it even had me hooked with all those exhilarating scenarios of fighting gruesome orks!
With a steady-growing user base, The Hunt secures Chibi Fighter’s rightful place at the top of the DApp food chain. Availing a Chibi now is a wise thing to do given that the platform adds more and more players every day.
What are the other things you want to see in the hunt?