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Testing Campaign - Tutorial
In the following page you will be presented with a small "how-to" on the features that we will release for Public Testing.
- 1.Navigate to the game using any browser. For the first Test Campaign we recommend using a desktop/laptop device. (link will be provided)
- 2.Click 'Connect Wallet'
- 3.Choose 'Maiar' and proceed to scan the QR, or use the DeFi Wallet and sign the connection when prompted.
- 4.Click 'Sign In' and proceed to sign the transaction on your connected Wallet (The signature is a 0 fee transaction)
Congrats, you are in!
- 1.Pick the location you want as your territory either by navigating to it (drag & drop on the map) or searching a city using the search bar. Scroll to zoom in & out on the map, drag & drop to move around.
- 2.Press the zoom icon from the toolbar
- 3.It will zoom in until the level needed to mark your territory area is reached. Press the 'Pin' icon
- 4.After you are happy with the position of your territory you are free to make adjustments to the position of the territory and even the crypt on top of it which is now marked by the yellow dot. When you are satisfied you can click 'Continue'. Make sure your selected territory doesn't overlap with an already owned territory.
You will be shown the editable details of your territory: Name, Size of the Crypt and Skin of the Crypt. For the initial Test Campaign all territories will have a Crypt.
5. When you are done, click 'Mint Territory'
Congrats, you are now the owner of the land.
- 1.You can assign a vampire to a crypt from the 'Crypt' list or from the 'Vampires' page or by simply clicking the territory with the crypt you want the vampire assigned to.
- 2.For ease we will only present assigning a vampire from the 'Vampire' page: Click the 'Assets' button, then 'Vampires'
- 3.Select the Vampire you want to assign, in our case the Ancient 'Pho'Dghra'
- 4.Click 'Assign to Crypt'
- 5.Identify the crypt you want and click 'Assign Vampire', in our case the one named 'Creased'
- 6.You can now navigate to the crypt with the 'Territories' list and check your vampire
You are now ready for hunting
- 1.Click 'Assets' then 'Vampires' and click on the vampire you want to hunt with.
- 2.You have now switched to hunt mode and you can select the area you want your vampire to hunt in. You can also set some parameters for the hunt and observe the details of this future hunt. In the hunt configuration, you have the following options:
- HP = You can choose a percentage of the Hunt Rewards to be allocated as HP in case of a battle. The minimum HP you can choose is 5% and the maximum is 15%.
- Reposition shift = You choose a percentage of your Filth Range with which your vampire will increase the distance between them and the next attacker. Remember that an Attacker will hit the closest target. This setting can give you an advantage by not being attacked twice in a row.
- Resolve Diplomatically = By activating this, your vampire has an increased chance to skip an attack if their Diplomacy skill is greater than the Attacker's
- Healing = By activating this, your vampire will act as a Healer in the probability of a combat. On your Vampire's round, if eligible for the healer role, it will restore 50% of the last damage received for the closest 10 allies. Dust & Xynth resources will be deducted from your balance and 90% will be returned if there is no battle or your Vampire wasn't eligible for the Healer role in the combat. There can only be 1 Healer for 10 allies. Plan this wisely.
- Curse = By activating this, your vampire will act as a Curser in the prbability of a combat. On your vampire's round, if eligible for the curser role, it will have a high chance of inflicting damage to all enemies in the combat. Dust & Xynth resources will be deducted fromyour balance and 90% will be returned if there is no battle or your vampire wasn't eligible for the Healer role in the combat. There can only be 1 Curser in a clan. Pan this wisely.
Your Vampire Power is an indicator that measures your Vampire skill by weighting the attributes needed in combat: Strength, Resistance, Filth Range, Diplomacy and Stealth.
Once you are done, you click "Hunt" and your Vampire is set.
In order to make a decision on where to hunt and how to place your vampire in a combat hunting area, you can simply click a hunting circle and all hunts that are in the same combat will be highlighted by adding a red pin. Now you can clearly see the participants locations and evaluate distances between them.
When clicking on each pin, you will access the vampire details and have enough information on where to place your vampire in the combat.
- 1.Vampires attack order is most probably descending by Power
- 2.When a vampire attacks, the target is the closest vampire on the map
Vampires in combat on unclaimed territory
- 1.Once the hunt is finished you can visit 'Chronicles' and click 'Claim Rewards' on the hunts that are over.
- 2.You will be presented with the 'Blood' earned and the 'Blood' spilled and also with a mint of a converted vampire if that is the case. You can click mint and get that vampire into your collection.
Congrats, Blood was added to your balance and a new Vampire too!
- 1.You can claim resources from the 'Territories' list by clicking each territory and click 'Claim' if you want to observe the details and yield of each territory or you can go to 'Chronicles'
- 2.Here you can click 'Claim All Resources' and your account will be credited with the resources from all the territories you hold
- 1.In order to refer friends you can click your profile and click 'Account'. In our first testing campaign, if a user refers 2 other friends that are active in the campaign, they automatically qualify for being a Runes Favored and have access to special competitions.
- 2.You have the referral code and the link at the bottom of the page. You can share the link or the code to your friends.
You can always check your Hunts' status logs by navigating to the "Reports" page under your profile menu
By expanding even more, you can access more information about your Hunt and a detailed report of the combat your vampires engaged in (if the case). Usually this is where you can find the status of your Hunt (Waiting, Traveling, Hunting or Panic) and its duration. The time is displayed in your local time, synced with the time zone, sunrise and sunset of your Vampire's location.
Once the hunt is claimed, in the report above, after scrolling you will find the Summarized & Detailed Combat report.
In this report you will find information about all vampires involved in the combat, their Attack Order Index, owners, and also each step of the battle, who attacked who, damage inflicted and everything as it was calculated based on Vampires' skills and position on the map.
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