Who doesn’t like an ROI from a coin?
I want to go over some Fudzilla numbers with everyone and get an initial ROI generated for our airdrops. Know that these numbers will go up as the cards gain popularity, holders increase and the game starts materializing. As we start writing this, one of our non-card NFT’s just sold for $1100. It had a total count of 10.
In our example, we are going to take a look at a 100 $FUD holder. This person would have gotten a few regular, non-card NFTs, a uncommon card, a common card and a rare card (in this case Fudzilla versions.)
Recent sales posted and finalized of these cards:
Common = .14 ETH, Uncommon = .46 ETH and Rare = .65 ETH.
Altogether, not including regular non-card NFT airdrops, and because we give 2 cards away for free every month, that’s 2.50 ETH per month. This much ETH, at time of writing, is approximately $962.50. $FUD is currently at about $30 per token as well right now.
This means that you basically get a 32% ROI per month. BOOM! Think about that. On the top of my head (so correct me if i’m downplaying this) this is a 385% APR. Not including other NFT airdrops. Just the cards…
Card Game Rarity Summary
Well, now that we’ve got that settled, let’s talk about why these will only go up in value. Unlike farming… which typically always goes down in value.
Typically, TCGs like Gods Unchained, get tens of thousands of players. For those players to play the game, they need cards. One can buy packs (which was always scammy to me) or they can buy single cards on a secondary market.
With Please Sirs, Don’t Rug Me, we have a CCG, more like a Pokemon. This means that the cards themselves are collectible even if you don’t play the game. More diversity means a wider audience. And these are “collectible” cards meant to create FOMO and hoarding behaviors. They are also rare and scarce.
And as time goes on, and new editions minted, the original cards because of scarcity, will be worth more and more.
Why Holding $FUD, Gets You The Best Cards
First off, have you seen how much First Edition Pokemon or Magic Cards go for? A lot. I think a mint Charizard is now $750,000. Or a Black Lotus MTG card?
All of the cards that you get when you hold $FUD are “First Edition.” Only the Common cards will ever be minted again for a 2nd Edition. All the other versions (rare, ultra-rare, etc.) are only for $FUD holders and will never be created for future editions. So all the cards you get, regardless of how many $FUD you are holding will be very scarce. Imagine if and when we get 10,000 players for the game. What card edition will we be on?
On every release, we will release 100 additional First Edition cards that are different than the ones provided to $FUD holders. This is important because these cards determine when we move to 2nd Edition, 3rd Edition, etc. (We almost always will create 25 Legendary animated versions as well.)
We also reserve the right to reduce or change the abilities of later edition cards. They might not have the same stats. We have no intention to do so now, but lets say through play balancing, people say the First Edition Fudzilla is too powerful. Well, we might fix that in the 2nd Edition version.
How do new editions work?
After a card airdrop, we sell 100 additional First Edition cards that are different than what the $FUD holders got. These cards will always sell for .25 ETH (or relative value at time of writing.)
Once these 100 cards sell and we are sold out, we will create a 2nd Edition version. This version is almost always based on the common version of the card. It will have a different frame and will likely state “2nd Edition” somewhere on the card. Occasionally, it will have different art.
Each subsequent edition of cards will double in quantity. So a 2nd Edition will have 200, a 3rd edition will have 400, so on and so forth.
Each subsequent edition of cards will halve in sale price. So a 2nd edition will be .125 ETH, a 3rd Edition would be .0625, so on and so forth.
This is to ensure everyone that wants to play the game can play the game. This rule applies to all cards airdropped except for Avatars. Some cards will not be airdropped and will only be purchasable. They will fall into a similar system and only the common version will ever be re-minted.
How do Avatars work?
Avatars will not have multiple editions. Avatars will be specific to the card set and will never be re-minted. To be specific, Avatars are extremely valuable cards in the game. They will only have a First Edition version and a low mint. Avatars are almost always “for sale” cards.
If we release an Avatar, they could be the most valuable cards in the game, so you may want to collect these whenever possible.
There will only be 100 common versions of an Avatar minted. There may be a few special versions, but we may not create as many versions as we do with normal airdrops. Some of the Avatar cards will be of influencers or feature other crypto projects. So again, really limited releases.
- Remember, these cards are collectible.
- We don’t need a full online game right now. We are making a physical game early next year. People will FOMO regardless.
- Holding $FUD gets you the best cards.
- There is a great ROI for holding $FUD.
- I’m sure at some point, people will simply print the cards out and play.
- With every card created, it makes the previous cards rarer and harder to obtain. When we get to 100 cards, how easy will it be to get a First Edition Fudzilla?