Knights of the Ether Releases Mydsummer Madness
The blockchain game offers an amazing gaming experience across two chains.
Kinghts of the Ether (KOTE) has released Mydsummer Madness, a battle event that showcases special fights. Via a tweet, the platform said, "Mydsummer Madness has begun! 1,937 Villagers on Arbitrum have joined the fight against Distor on Day 1, a powerful initial surge against the Bought King. Talk tactics to win $300k worth of prizes on Discord."
Details of KOTE
Knights of the Ether (KOTE) is an innovative blockchain game that offers a unique gaming experience across two chains. The KOTE ecosystem consists of two games: a Play2Earn (P2E) staking questing game and a Deck-Building Roguelike game.
The P2E "Stake/Quest" game is part of the TreasureDAO ecosystem and requires players to employ strategy and game theory skills in a dynamic economy. On the other hand, the Deck-Building Roguelike game focuses on tactical skills as players engage in battles with monsters. With unlimited replayability and meaningful progression, every decision made in the game carries consequences.
Players need to possess a Knight of the Ether NFT to participate in the main Deck-Building Roguelike game. For the P2E staking/questing game, players require Arbitrum Squires NFTs. Knights of the Ether NFTs are based on the Ethereum network and can be minted directly from KOTE's website or purchased on the marketplace. Owning a Knights of the Ether NFT entitles players to receive one free Arbitrum Squire NFT on the Arbitrum L2 network. Alternatively, players can purchase Squires on a secondary marketplace.
Although Knights of the Ether NFTs and Arbitrum Squires NFTs exist on different chains and serve other purposes, they are intricately connected. Squires play a crucial role in the progression of Knights by helping them earn resources and acquire higher-tiered gear in the Deck-Building Roguelike game. Knights, in turn, depend on their Squires for support and assistance.