Artwork on the cards became consistent in the new Spellfire world. Every card has its own story. Realms are a part of actual areas in the world, and champions have the place where they live. All monuments, palaces, ruins, altars, sacred sites, notable areas have actual coordinates on the map. The artwork of every card is unique and drawn only for the Spellfire collectible card game.

All artworks are copyrighted and belong to the authors of the Spellfire Prime edition game. You can not copy the art, use, manipulate, derive and duplicate without the author's consent.

Updated cards are beautiful, collectible, more robust, and better than they were before.

Difference between Original nft, playing nft and not nft cards

There are 3 types of cards in the new Spellfire game. "Original NFT cards", "playing NFT cards" and "Not NFT Playing Cards".

"Original NFT cards" are sorted by rarity, numbered, and limited. For example - "Original NFT Cards" of Legendary rarity are unique. They are labeled as 1 of 1. Only one card exists, and there can be only one Owner.

The physical state of the "Original NFT cards" is of exceptional beauty as they are holographic cards. Every owner of such a card is eligible for ETH payouts from its copies (we call them playing cards) sold on the market or obtained from boosters. We share 90% of the profit from all the sales of the playing card copies and their upgrades, unlocks, and usage. For example, a Legendary card with only one Owner will be issued with 1000 copies of "playing NFT cards." The minimal estimated price of that kind of card is $200 equivalent of ETH. If someone purchases the "playing NFT card," 90% of profit ±$180 equivalent of ETH will be credited to the Owner of the Original Legendary card.

Original cards are minted on blockchain network. More about "Original NFT Cards"

"Not NFT Playing Cards" are not holographic. You can purchase these cards individually or find them in the sealed decks and booster packs. All playing cards are not NFT, and they are not minted on the blockchain network. The community can use them to play at home or in tournaments. Using the "gold," you can upgrade these cards up to the third level. Until then, they are not minted on the blockchain, and their value is different. The fourth level required making the card NFT, and all further upgrades will require "magic" tokens. More about "Not NFT Cards"

"Playing NFT cards". All "Not NFT Playing Cards" become "NFT playing cards" when they reach the 4th upgrade level. There are many copies of them, depending on their rarity levels. For example, a Legendary card will be issued 1000 copies on an initial $200 equivalent of ETH price. It can earn experience points and "magic" tokens, which can be used for upgrades, unlocks, expiration extensions. In such a way, the price of the "playing NFT card" can skyrocket on the market.

You can earn ETH by playing with these cards, upgrading them, increasing their experience and power, and selling them.

Playing NFT cards are minted on the blockchain network. More about "Playing NFT Cards"