The last reported Town Hall (Splinterlands AMA) took place on 04/06/2022. I'll leave the Youtube video to the full AMA at the end of this post. I want to focus on one aspect that was shared in that AMA; The Splinterlands RoadMap. To be more exact I want to focus on the Land Portion. Looking at this roadmap there is something in plain sight that might of evaded your attention. But before we get to that lets break down the RoadMap ledger. The roadmap itself is very cleverly designed in the games standard card format and just like in game the numbers on the cards have meaning.
As you can see each card has a MANA cost similar to how in game NFT's have a MANA cost. In the roadmap version the MANA cost reflects the difficulty of each step of the planned progression of the game. Land Phase One and Land Phase Two have the two highest MANA cost. Meaning they are the most difficult to introduce to the game. Each card and roadmap stop has information on it that gives slightly more details of each implementation, including how far along they are with fully introducing said planned upgrades. Cards that have listed items with a red line through them indicate those portion of the planned upgrades are complete. Wild and Modern rank play (phase one) looks to be the closest to being completed with 2/3 of its objectives finished. With that little introduction of how the RoadMap ledger works lets now take a look at the time frame in which we can expect Land to be introduced. Many were expecting Land to be released this year but looking at the newly introduced roadmap that isn't going to be the case.
The roadmap indicates Land (Phase One) will include being able to allow users to view land deeds on the Splinterlands Map, Convert Land Claims To Deeds and Buy/Sell & Transfer land deeds but it looks like having things like buildings and (mining?) resources and rarity (of mined objects I presume) won't come until early second quarter of 2023. Its easy to overlook the time frame located on the roadmap due to excitement of reading all the cool upcoming aspects that are to be implemented. But the year and quarter is displayed dead center on the main "road" that branches out to each roadmap goal. No doubt Land was a hot topic and everyone was once FOMOing (fear of missing out) over it but that FOMO is starting to settle. Plots that once peaked at around $1000 USD each can now be purchased for $250-$270 USD and unless something new is announced I suspect the price to continue to dip. However its likely we see an uptick in price once Land is claimable. We should also keep in mind that the SPS airdrop (Learn More about the sps airdrop by clicking here) will be ending in under 100 Days and if we don't see any land developments in game by that time, its very likely land prices will take a huge nose dive. Aside from speculation and FOMO the other thing that is propping up the USD value of Splinterlands land is the SPS airdrop. Each land plot gives 10,000 airdrop points towards our daily SPS airdrop which is why the SPS airdrop is crucial to the current price of Land and to be honest all Splinterlands assets.
Its been awhile since I gave away some Splinterland cards and now seems like a good time as any to do just that. There isn't many Beta card giveaways these days so lets offer up one of those. For those who might be new to my blog or to Splinterlands in general, the Beta card (NFT) set was the second set of cards introduced to the Splinterlands game. There was only a total of 300,000 Beta Boosters offered for sale which is a tiny amount when compared to the 15 Million Chaos Legion Pack supply so as you can imagine all BETA cards are very limited in supply. The only way to get your hands on BETA cards is by purchasing them from others who own them or in giveaways such as this one. Up for offer today is one of my favorite Beta Common Cards. The Animated Corpse (Death Splinter). This card cost just four MANA to play making it a go to card in the rule set known as Little League (Only monsters with a mana cost of four or more is playable in the little league game mode). So if you win this card its very likely you will get use out of it on the battlefield. Giveaway Rules: (1) I know rules suck (2) Comment your thoughts on Land or the Roadmap for one entry ticket (2) tag two other Splinterland players for a second Raffle ticket (3) That's it because rules suck. The timing of your comment will determine your raffle ticket number. A random generator will determine the winner (good luck to all).
ANIMATED CORPSE LORE
A fledgling Dark Eternal is also known as an Animated Corpse. Emerging from the Tar Pits of Creation in the Southern Waste of Mortis, each fledgling must first shed what remains of its mortal flesh. While in decay, the Animated Corpses are placed on the front lines to speed their transition. Lore taken from official Splinterlands site.
What Is Splinterlands?
Splinterlands is a blockchain game built on the Hive Network. The game itself utilizes NFT's for game play. These NFT's can be won in battle and/or purchased from the official Splinterlands marketplace or many other secondary markets. Game play rewards players with cryptocurrency and in game assets. Click here to get started with Splinterlands.
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