Kingdom Karnage, a play-to-earn trading card game, has announced that the first dungeon will drop guaranteed KKT loot!
Midas Temple is the first dungeon in Kingdom Karnage. It is the first dungeon in Kingdom Karnage to award two loots for every successful game run while also rewarding the first place with loot.
The Midas Temple does not require prize power to win loots, similar to the Catacombs. However, if a player wants to enter, a Midas Temple Key is necessary!
Midas Temple Key
From Monday 11th July at 9 am UTC, Midas Temple Keys can be purchased from Kingdom Karnage’s shop.
There are four different keys, meaning four different rarities. Each key gives you the same game experience, but more expensive ones give higher loot.
- Note that each key can be used once a day.
- Each key can be used 30 times (1 month.)
- Keys are unlimited.
In Midas Temple, the enemy King Midas hero gets a brand new hero ability. Midas will randomly turn one of your troops into a gold statue of himself every three turns. These statues are enemy structures and so can be attacked & destroyed by your troops.
About Kingdom Karnage
Kingdom Karnage is a play-to-earn trading card game where players must choose their deck carefully, use their cards in battles, and defeat the enemy.
Each player builds a deck of up to 30 cards, ranging in different rarities (Common, Uncommon, Rare, Epic Legendary), characteristics (Armor, Rush, Eager, Speed…), and levels (1,2,3…10), taking these cards into battle.
There are also virtual assets (NFTs) that a player can own infused with Enjin Crypto in the game. KK has been one of the first Enjin early adopter members and has been delivering frequent updates for the past years.
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