Here’s what we’ve learned about Week 15 of the competition.
Rules and Mechanics
1. Level Cap at Level 65: All Crabadas will enter Arena Battles at a maximum of level 65.
2. Oh my Lucky Eyes 3x: All Eye Effects will have a 3x increased % chance of triggering, except for the Shield (1x), Stun (1x), Freeze (1x), Invincibility (capped at 30% chance).
3. Factional Revenge: In week 15 of Arena Challenge, Factional Advantage is reversed.
Refer to the chart below for Factional advantages/disadvantages.
There are 6 Factions in the Crabada Kingdom. Each Crabada possesses a main attribute of faction, which players can determine according to class. Moreover, a Crabada inherits factional benefits, as well as weaknesses (the game will base this on the faction it belongs to).
As for the Faction bonuses, they will now apply to each attack on individual Crabada instead of the team. Crabada’s will have a 15% DMG boost against the rival faction that has an advantage.
4. Total Arena Tickets Purchase Cap: 10 (30 tickets)
5. Arena Point (AP) Tiers
Players are split into different tiers based on the amount of AP they possess. The game will deduct various amounts of AP from an Arena defeat depending on the deduction amount, as well as the tier the player is in.
Here are the tiers:
- Copper Tier (AP is less than 1400)
No AP deduction when defeated
- Bronze Tier (AP greater than or equal to 1400 and less than 1600)
25% of the base AP deduction amount is deducted after a player gets defeated
- Silver Tier (AP is greater than 1600 and greater than 1800)
50% of the base AP deduction amount is deducted after a player gets defeated
- Gold Tier (AP greater than 1800 and less than 2000)
75% of the base AP deduction amount is deducted after a player gets defeated
- Diamond Tier (AP is greater than 2000)
100% of the base AP deduction amount is deducted after a player gets defeated
Points and Rewards
These are the Arena Point (AP) requirements and reward structure for this week’s Arena Challenge.
Let’s take a look at the updated expiry dates of Equipment Boxes below.
The equipment obtained from Equipment Boxes are non-tradable. They will also expire, with the duration depending on the equipment’s rarity. However, when a player forges an Equipment using materials, it will not expire.
Here are the types of Equipment Boxes and their respective lifespans:
- Legend Box: Expires in 7 days
- Epic Box: Expires in 14 days
- Rare Box: Expires in 14 days
- Normal Box: Expires in 14 days
Crabada Updates and Events
Here are some upcoming updates and events in Crabada
- Idle-Game Cessation (Oct 10, 2022)
- Arena Week 15
- More Info on Battle Game + Economy v2 Updates
Crabada is a Play-and-Earn idle game that utilizes Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) of hermit crabs called “Crabadas”. Players will need three crabs to form a team that they can use to join battles, as well as mine, loot, and breed.
As of this writing, Crabada has an all-time sales of 6,359,402,931 $TUS ($1,347,557.48). The sales for the last 7 days is 224,174,214 $TUS ($47,502.51), while the last 30 days saw a total of 902,013,845 $TUS ($191,136) in sales, per P2EAnalytics.
The digital assets that drive the world of Crabada are the NFTs and the tokens $CRA and $TUS (to learn more about the game’s tokenomics, click here).
- Crabada NFTs: Players need Crabada NFTs to play the game. As of this writing, a NFT has a 16,000 $TUS ($3.46) floor price. The most expensive piece is 20,000,000 $TUS ($4,321), per Crabada Marketplace.
- $CRA: $CRA is the game’s governance token, which players can acquire through playing Crabada and staking. As of this writing $CRA is trading at $0.01309, with a $2,384,433 market cap, and a 24-hour volume of $116,793 (per CoinMarketCap).
- $TUS: $TUS is an in-game currency that players can earn via gameplay. They can also acquire the token via a Decentralized Exchange (DEX). As of this writing, $TUS is trading at $0.0002119, with a $365,968 market cap, and a 24-hour volume of $39,960 (per CoinMarketCap).