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Cards of Ethernity

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Cards of Ethernity
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Free-to-Play | Play & Earn
Available on: Windows

The card game genre has a bright future in web3 games, with Gods Unchained and Splinterlands withstanding the test of time while Cross The Ages and Cards of Ethernity aim to come in and disrupt the genre forever. The latter comes under the Aether Games, a strong focus on artistic excellence, sharing true creativity, and turning our lifelong passion for fantasy into a tangible reality.

Cards of Ethernity, or CoE for short, is a digital collectible competitive card play-and-earn game. Players can compete against other players or AI opponents in 1-on-1 combat utilizing their decks crafted from the 150 collectible cards available at launch.

Gameplay

Cards of Ethernity stands out in the card genre with its innovative gameplay, but mostly through its in-depth lore and storytelling throughout the game. As expected, all cards in CoE are NFTs, meaning players have full ownership over every card in their decks, allowing them to freely buy, sell, and trade them as they see fit.

There are a total of 150 cards available for players upon the game’s release. They are split across the game’s 6 creature types; Dragons, Trolls, Fairies, Beasts, Demons, and Elementals. Each one of them carry certain buffs and special abilities to cater for different playstyles. 

Prior to entering any matches, you need to build a deck of 30 cards, with a cap of 2 for each individual card. Once you are done theorizing your deck, you need to select a Pet and an Adventurer you wish to take with you to battle. Adventurer is your champion, and your win condition is to eliminate the enemy’s Adventurer before they destroy yours. On the other hand, Pets hold special abilities that can be enabled by spending mana to come to your aid in battle through giving certain cards buffs, debuffing enemy cards, or protecting you for a given round.

The Duel section will offer three modes for players to choose from; Ranked, Casual, and Friends. Each is pretty self explanatory, offering players the opportunity to select the pace of gameplay they want at a given time.

At the start of a match, players are prompted with four cards to mulligan. You have the option to stick with the cards you are granted or reshuffle them for a chance at a different card. As you are probably used to from Hearthstone and Legends of Runeterra, each round you gain a mana crystal and you can only play cards within that amount.

How to Get Started

Cards of Ethernity is currently still under development, with gameplay snippets being shared regularly on the game’s socials. The anticipated release date for the Open Beta is scheduled for Q3 2022, and will be available for Windows PC users. Mobile iOS/Android support will come in future patches following the game’s MVP launch.

Web3 Corner

Cards of Ethernity is an ambitious and new take on the card genre with a heavy focus on storytelling and IP. Everything shared so far by the team looks incredibly exciting, but only time will tell whether it will manage to attract card game lovers once it is out.

  • Chain: ETH / IMX
  • Game Currency: $AEG
  • Game Platforms: Windows

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