The game will initially be on the Polygon chain. The Genesis Skull Passes are on Ethereum, and the warrior NFTs are the Polygon (Matic) network.
The Acolyte Warriors will be airdropped on the Polygon (Matic) network.
Your Acolyte Warrior NFT can be viewable in your OpenSea profile (once connected with your linked wallet), under the “Hidden” tab. This automatically happens with all airdropped NFT assets (you’ll have the option to unhide it).
The airdropped warrior will be initially located in the Hidden section of your OpenSea profile
The snapshot of the Genesis Skull Pass NFT collection for the initial warrior airdrop happened on Monday April 25th, 2022 at 1:00 PST.
Yes, we have updated our minting contract to automatically airdrop a warrior NFT as soon as a Genesis Skull Pass is minted.
2,500 warriors were pre-minted and Chainlink VRF is used to distribute the Acolyte Warriors in the initial airdrop and for any warrior airdrop following Genesis Skull Pass mints carried out in the upgraded minting contract.
Not necessarily. Warriors are airdropped to ETH addresses on the Polygon Network. So you will have a warrior airdropped to your Coinbase Wallet if you used that method to mint the Genesis Skull Pass. If using Coinbase Wallet, you can login to OpenSea via the Coinbase Wallet option to view and manage your warrior.
To add Polygon to your Metamask wallet follow the directions below:
We have denoted certain areas of variation for parts on the body (read more about it here). These parts are different for each base character. You will see Parts 1–4 on the property list. It is up to the community to understand how these parts and tints interact, we are a game of discovery after all 😊
In Taunt Battleworld, an Acolyte’s rarity does not affect its match performance. It will, however, play a role in rewards earned through various game features.
All fighters may be traded, sold, and acquired on the secondary markets just like the Genesis Skull Pass.