Green Rabbit game crafters will finally be able to complete their green prints. Armor Fusion allows players to craft anima armor in NFT, to trade and equip in-game! Armor Fusion is the final element of the crafting system. Crafted armor offers various bonuses during races, depending on the armor’s stats.
Starting September 6, Green Rabbit Armor Crafters will be able to complete their Green Footprints, fusing them into NFT armor that can be equipped in-game and traded on secondary markets. The quality of the armor is based on the lowest quality of all components. Thus, to get an exquisite quality armor, all six components of the armor must be of exquisite level.
But armor fusion is not a guaranteed success. The chances of a successful armor fusion depend on the quality level of the individual armor components, and whether the Anima mod added to the Greensmith matches the totem of the armor to be fused. The formula is a bit too complex to easily break down. You can read the details on the Armor Fusion gitbook page.
It will be interesting to see how the market for these armor NFTs plays out. Since players have been accumulating green prints for a while, I think the initial release will see a large number of armor NFTs hit the market. It will also be interesting to see the effect of the enhanced stats on the races!
Custom skins, apartment customization and race updates
This armor update comes with a number of other features. Green Rabbit introduces a roaming merchant who will sell custom skins for all of its armor types. At the initial launch of the store, the following skins will be available:
- A red colored skin for all 4 totems.
- Blue skin color change for the 4 totems
- A white skin for the 4 totems.
- A bicolor skin for the 4 totems
- An ice rabbit skin
- A Lava Turtle skin
- One Wood Cat skin
- A storm snake skin
- Samurai Rabbit skin ( premium )
- Samurai Cat skin ( premium )
- Ninja Snake skin (premium)
- Ninja Turtle skin (premium)
That sounds like a nice variety of options! Green Rabbit also plans to sell apartment decoration packs. Players will be able to customize their apartments with various accessories found in these packs. The packs come in four types: basic, lighting, furniture and decorations. Each pack can contain a variety of items of different rarities. All in-game purchases are made with SHELL tokens.
With the introduction of equipable armor, the general mechanics of the races have been changed. There will still be free races, open to everyone. But, to participate in a standard race and potentially win rewards, players must equip Anima armor and pay a deposit of 1 million SHELL tokens. If a player fails to show up for a race they have signed up for, or leaves a race early, they forfeit their deposit. Players can cancel their reservation up to 5 minutes before the start of the race and get their deposit back. Races range from five to eight players, with the number of awards based on the number of racers.
In addition, this update brings an updated user interface and improved game performance.
What is the Green Rabbit?
Green Rabbit is a 3D racing game based on the Wax blockchain. Players wear special Anima armor and compete in races called Ultra-Anima. Equipped with special, handcrafted Anima armor, racers seek to prove their worth in this competition. Winners receive prizes that can include in-game currency, Shellinium, NFTs and in-game resources.
Players wager NFTs to earn Shellinium (SHELL), the official token of the Green Rabbit. With this Shellinium and various NFTs, players make green prints, and from these green prints, Anima armor. To make armor, six components must be completed: boots, chest, gloves, pants, and helmet.
Green Rabbit also creates a virtual world, with player interaction, social centers, quests and customizable apartments. The game is currently in alpha and free.