"Not NFT Playing Cards" are not holographic. All playing cards are not minted on a blockchain network until the 4th upgrade level. The community can use them to play at home or in particular tournaments. "Not NFT cards" earn experience points and "gold" by playing the Spellfire game and in official tournaments. You can upgrade these cards, but they are "not NFT cards"; they are not minted on the blockchain, and their value is different.

You do not earn profit share with "Playing Cards." If you are looking for the affiliate income in Spellfire, read the explanation of "Original NFT Cards" and earn a 90% profit share from the sales.

You do not earn magic tokens simply by playing with "Not NFT Playing Cards." until they become NFT cards. If you are looking for a way to grow the value of NFT cards, read the explanation of "Playing NFT Cards" and start making money.

You can mix the NFT cards and Not NFT cards within one deck, but there might be tournament settings where you cannot. If you find the cheater in the offline tournament, the cheating player loses automatically and gets instantly disqualified from the tournament.

In tournaments, you can win gold prizes, magic token prizes, scarce limited edition cards, or even "Original NFT cards."


Quantities of playing cards in prime edition set

Here is the complete list of playing cards by rarity levels and emission in the prime edition set.


Rarity
Common
Uncommon
Rare
Super Rare
Epic
Legendary
Playing cards quantity
100000
50000
25000
10000
5000
1000
Initial Playing card price
$1
$3
$10
$50
$100
$200
Upgrade levels
6
6
6
6
6
6



You can earn money by playing with these cards, upgrading them, making them more experienced, powerful and selling them.

Playing cards are NOT minted on any blockchain network until you upgrade them to 4th level


How do the cards earn experience?

1. By playing games, you unlock packs that give you digital cards. There are different booster packs you may win or purchase. Read here about the booster packs.

2. When playing games, all cards "in play" get experience and earn "gold". "Gold" is an in-game currency that allows you to upgrade cards and make them more valuable and powerful. You gain experience and "gold" for:

• Playing a Game
• Participating in the Battle
• Winning a Battle
• For Instant Kills / Discards
• For Survived Discards

3. By winning games and tournaments, you earn "gold". You can spend "gold" on upgrading cards, making them more powerful. Like this, the price of the "Not NFT playing card" can skyrocket in the market.

4. You can trade these cards in any marketplace, auction, or aftermarket for cash. From there, you can buy new cards

5. Upgrade your playing cards to the 4th level, make them NFT cards, and start earning magic tokens

6. Repeat!


What are these card upgrades?

When you have "gold" and/or suitable cards, you can make them stronger:

• Interactive Wizards and clerics can learn individual offensive and defensive spells;
• Interactive Thieves can learn individual thief skills;
• Interactive Psionicists can learn individual psionic powers;
• Interactive Regents can learn individual blood abilities;
• Interactive Heroes can learn individual unarmed combat skills;
• Alchemists can learn individual alchemy blueprints;
• Runecasters can learn new runes;
• Spells, skills, powers, abilities can become more powerful and accurate;
• Allies can learn new powers;
• Magical Items and artifacts become more sophisticated.

Upgraded cards not only allow deeper strategy, way more exciting gameplay, a higher possibility to win games and tournaments, but grow in the value too. The price for the upgraded card in the marketplace will differ significantly.



The upgrade costs in "gold" or "Spellfire" tokens when token cost $0.03


Examples of "Playing NFT cards"