Train of the Century adds Run Mods NFTs
The blockchain railroad simulator now has new NFTs that get burned when used on a train. They come in two different types, Essences and Summons, with the former adding boosts to certain attributes, while the latter can cause an NPC to appear.
The developers of Train of the Century, a blockchain railroad simulator, have added in new NFTs called Run Mods earlier this month.
Launched on September 2, these NFTs can have an effect on the “various elements of a Rail Run” and are only usable once. Run Mods are split into two different types of NFTs: Essences and Summons. Only one Run Mod NFT is usable for every Rail Run.
There are two different kinds of Essences: Luck Essences and Speed Essences, both of which come in three different sizes: small, medium and large. These Essences provide a certain percentage boost to the Luck and Speed attributes of a train, with small Luck Essences giving a 5% boost to the Luck attribute for the price of 10k Tocium, while a large Speed Essence adds a 20% boost to the Speed stat at a cost of 4.5k Tocium.
Summons, on the other hand, represent items that, when added onto a moving train, ensure the encounter of a certain NPC. There are a total of 5 different NPCs, and each of them has their own Summon item that causes them to appear. For example, paying 1000 Tocium to place an Empty Century Vial onto a train will lead to an encounter with The Stranger NPC, who will replace the empty vial with a full one of the same rarity. Purchasing a Summon NFT called Mysterious Beef Jerky brings up an NPC called Otto, who will end up taking the meat but also give the player a CT Part.
For more details, check out the official Medium post from the game devs here.
The train management simulator, where players can own locomotives, train stations and more in the form of card NFTs, runs on the WAX blockchain and is playable directly from the browser.