The last chance to win a free or discounted mint for the Fableborne Primordials approaches quickly! A three day tournament starts soon, offering mint slots, many at a discounted, or even free price, to the top 150 players from the weekend!
Update: Tournament is delayed while the team waits on approval for the latest iOS build. Watch their Twitter and Discord channels for updates on the tournament start.
Interested in the opportunity to earn a discounted or free mint for the upcoming release of the Fableborne Primordials collection? If so, the tournament starting tomorrow will be one of the last opportunities to do so!
Fableborn Primordials are limited edition. PFP style NFTs (only 2023 of them). They also offer bonuses such as exclusive in-game cosmetics, first access to future playtests and events, automatic allowlist for future mints, and a private Discord channel. Mint price will be $40.
Fableborne Tournament Info
This event begins on August 30th at 10am UTC, and will run until September 2nd, 10am UTC. The tournament rewards Primordials minting slots to the top 150 players. And in fact, all of the top 100 players over this weekend also earn mint discounts. This ranges from 25% off for ranks 41-100, while the top 3 players earn a slot to mint a Primordials NFT for free!
Along with this new tournament comes some game updates as well. Aside from a number of balancing changes we also have the ability to customize Island shapes, a new player progression system, bonuses for daily wins, and the ability to watch a replay of attacks on you base! That last item is especially important, as it can let savvy players see where their defenses are lacking and make adjustments.
Be sure to register on the Fableborne webpage before the event starts so that you’ll be ready to go when the gates open! Fableborne will offer downloads for both iOS and Android devices.
What is Fableborne?
Fableborne is free to play, play to own game that is a blend of action RPG and base building. Featuring an isometric viewpoint, Fableborne allows players to take to the arena themselves in multiplayer, asynchronous combat.
In Fableborne, players scout for new and bigger islands, build and fortify their bases, and unlock and upgrade the Echoes of slumbering Heroes to raid other player’s islands for resources. Built as a mobile first game, Fableborn is meant to feature quick play sessions.
Players start the game with a basic island and a common Hero. But not all resources are available on the starting island, so players will need to raid other player’s bases, and defeat PvE encounters to build up their own base. Echoes are playable characters, with a variety of skill and talent unlocks to choose from when leveling up. But, every time an Echo is defeated, they begin to fade. Enough defeats and that Echo can no longer participate in raids. However, players have the option of resetting a faded Echo, bringing it back to life with full energy but removing all levels and talents. The rejuvenated Echo does get an ability boost to help them re-level up.
And while players will be able to purchase NFT heroes, the Fableborne team wants to build a ‘fair economy’ where every player has the potential to unlock and own new heroes. How this works has not yet been detailed. Fableborne will include leaderboards and regular tournaments.
To learn more about Fableborne, visit their website, follow them on Twitter, and join their Discord server.
By: Phil Hall