Auto-battler/Idle game Crabada kicks off week 10 of Arena Challenge on September 5, 2022. The tournament, which runs until the 11th of September, features a new set of rules and mechanics.
Let’s take a look at the recent updates:
Rules and Mechanics for Week 10
- Arena battle grants participants a maximum of Level 60.
- Eye effects will have a 3x increased percent chance of triggering. Shield (1x), Stun (1x), Freeze (1x), and Invincibility (limited to 30%), are all exempted from the chance boost.
- Different tiers will split players depending on the amount of Arena Points (AP) that they have accumulated. The tiers will be based on the total amount after deducting points from battle defeats.
Here are the tiers:
- Copper Tier (AP is less than 1400): No AP deduction when a player gets defeated.
- Bronze Tier (AP is greater than or equal to 1400, but less than 1600): 25% of base AP deduction amount is subtracted when a player gets defeated.
- Silver Tier (AP is greater than or equal to 1600, but less than 1800): 50% of base AP deduction amount is subtracted when a player gets defeated.
- Gold Tier (AP greater than or equal to 1800, but less than 2000): 75% of base AP deduction amount is subtracted when a player gets defeated.
- Diamond Tier (AP is greater than or equal to 2000): 100% of base AP deduction amount is deducted when a player gets defeated.
AP Requirements and Rewards
For week 10’s AP requirements and rewards, refer to the chart below (per Crabada’s Medium Account).
More Game Updates
Stage 95 Cleared
On September 5, a Crabada player named Mendan/NepiStrong conquered Stage 95 of Adventure Mode. The stage was notorious for being one of the most challenging parts of the game. In fact, the team describes the stage as “plagued by many powerful and experienced Crabadians.”
“Congratulations to the brave adventurer NepiStrong for forging the path forward!” the team tweeted.
$TUS Burning Update
Crabada burns 8,350,700 of the $TUS earned from Arena Tickets. This keeps the token deflationary, helping preserve its value as a result.
Crabada is a Play-and-Earn game Built on the Avalanche Network. The game features NFTs of hermit crabs that players can send to battle and earn in-game rewards. Along with battling, the game also features mining, looting, and breeding options.
Crabada is one of the top games on the blockchain in 2022. As of this writing the game has an all-time sales of 5,331,717,574 $TUS ($1,531,802.46), and 788,544,855 $TUS ($226,548) for the past 30 days (per P2EAnalytics).
Along with Crabada NFTs, the game’s assets are $CRA, $TUS, and $CRAM (click here to read more about the game’s tokenomics).
Found on the Marketplace, Crabada NFTs are the main requirement to play the game. As of this writing, a crab NFT is priced for as low as 16,000 $TUS ($4.58), and as high as 20,000,000 $TUS ($5,722), per Crabada Marketplace).
Crabada ($CRA) is the game’s governance token that players can earn through staking, or playing the game. As of this writing $CRA is trading at $0.01661, with a $2,608,262 market cap, and a 24-hour volume of $64,460 (per CoinMarketCap).
$TUS is an in-game currency that players can earn via gameplay or purchased through a Decentralized Exchange (DEX). As of this writing, $TUS is trading at $0.0002873, with a $406,114 market cap, and a 24-hour volume of $49,588 (per CoinMarketCap).
Staking $CRA will yield $CRAM, a token that players can use for in-game perks as well as exclusive rewards.