Splinterlands is a popular blockchain-based card game. We’re taking an extensive look at the game in a two-part article series. This is the second article in the series. You can read Part 1 here.
So, let’s dive in and look at four new questions about Splinterlands. Here you can watch a trailer about the Runi NFT collection. These are the first generative NFTs for the game.
How Do You Make Money in Splinterlands?
Making money in Splinterlands is a real option. Everything you can get your hands on in this game has real-world value. This game gives you plenty of earning options. So, let’s have a look at how this works. It should come as no surprise that you need to get your hands dirty and start playing. Here are the options to make money in Splinterlands.
This is your best way of making money in this game. On the Battle page, you can change the Battle type. Look for Ranked battles. If you manage to get up to the Bronze 2 level, you earn rewards for each consecutive Ranked Battle you win. Your winning amount varies, depending on a few factors. For instance, your capture rate or your rank. By playing Ranked Battles, you earn the SPS token.
Take part in daily quests and get a chest with randomized loot. You can get cards, currencies, or other items. During one season, you can’t earn more than 150 chests.
Click on the Events link, and you will see a variety of tournament options. They are either from Splinterlands or by other players. As a result, they have different entry requirements and rewards. You can play the Anytime or Single Elimination tournaments. Anytime allows you to play at, well, anytime. The Single Elimination option has a fixed start time.
Here you have two different options. The Modern or the Wild gameplay format. The top finishers in each season receive rewards.
If you buy and sell your cards smartly, you can make a profit. You can compare it to trading on an exchange. It doesn’t need you to get involved in playing the game. However, you need to know all the ins and outs of the game. This allows you to take advantage of your knowledge of the cards. For example, when to sell them and when to buy them.
Renting out cards that you don’t use for the game gives you a passive income.
This is another great way to generate passive income.
As you can see, there are plenty of options to make money playing Splinterlands. Below is a picture of their marketplace.
Source: Splinterlands marketplace
Can You Play Splinterlands on Your Mobile?
Yes, you can play Splinterlands on your mobile app or on your desktop. On your mobile, it’s available as an iOS and Android version.
You have two options on how you can access the game. One option is to go to their mobile web browser site. On the other hand, you can also download the game in the app stores. The Apple App Store for your iOS devices and the Google Play Store for your Android devices.
Which Cards Should You Buy in Splinterlands?
The cards that are best to buy in Splinterlands are not the cheapest cards. Prices range from $0.10 or cheaper to $1,300 and even up to $4,200. However, it may be better to buy one $2 or $5 card, instead of ten $0.20 or $0.50 cards. Shortly, I will also discuss renting cards. This can also be a suitable option. Either you rent your cards out or you rent them from another player.
But first things first. There are two different kinds of cards. Summoners and monsters. The summoners control the choice of your deck. They can also provide a variety of bonuses to your monsters. Furthermore, they dictate the element that you use. You can buy both from the marketplace. Now, the summoners come in six different elements.
So, cards also have four rarity levels. The rarity levels are Legendary, Epic, Rare, and Common. As a beginner, the Life element cards give you a well-balanced card. On the other hand, the Water element cards are most popular. Or try to get a Dragon summoner as this allows you to play two elements. They are pricier, but this may pay off.
In other words, the card system is a complex set up. It will take some time to get the full hang of all the combinations and tactics you can play. Start out on a small budget and climb your way through the lower league ranks. It’s important to start understanding the game’s flow. This also allows you to understand the cards better.
Make sure that your cards have enough power. It appears that cards with a higher power win most of the games. Below you can see the various levels of an Epic card.
Source: Splinterlands Docs
Which Cards Should You Rent in Splinterlands?
A great alternative to compete at a higher level is by renting your cards. The marketplace and other third-party websites accommodate this.
On the Splinterlands marketplace, you can click on the “Card rentals” button. Here you can use a variety of filters. You can filter for pricing, foil, type, splinter, or summoner.
Card rental is cheap. Even Rare Gold cards go for under $0.01 per day. However, once you get up to Legendary cards, rental prices can be as high as $36 per day. However, there are also Gold Legendary cards for $0.0202 per day.
Getting the right cards will make your deck stronger. The “right” cards will depend on what kind of game you play and the summoner you choose. Getting that combination right, you will rise up the ranks fast. Choose wisely and find cards within your budget. Even high-quality cards can come at an affordable price. Here’s a step-by-step description of how to rent cards. Below you can see Gold Legendary cards for rent.
Source: Splinterlands Card Rentals
We discussed another four popular questions about the Splinterlands card game. Besides buying or trading cards, you can also rent cards. Blockchain gaming is on the move.
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