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WiLDCARD: the 80s themed, digital card-collectible game where winning also means earning! Get your starter deck, collect NFTs and join the battle in a pop-culture inspired game pulsing with industry-disrupting blockchain technology and mutant warrior Nemot.

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In a blend of the best features from collectible card games that have come before… with the features only a video game can provide… change the fortune of battle while you mint and collect smart NFTs.Be transported back in time to explore the Silverdale Mall, a typical shopping mall in 1980s middle America, transformed into a battleground for bizarre mutant hybrids. Green energy from the celestials collides in flashes of light that create a strange fusion of animals and everyday objects.

See new abilities in your Nemot creature cards activated with every energy pulse. Witness the fire and damage from gameplay with pride, as a unique mutant warrior who can change the fortune of battle with its powerful abilities. 

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WiLDCARD'S MUTANT HYBRID WARRIORS

MEET THE NEMOTS
What is a Nemot? Wildcard The Game

The heart and soul of Wildcard Game, in this quick run-down we will cover everything you need to know about the spooky, lovable brutes we call Nemots. Let’s go. What is a Nemot? Nemots are magical, mysterious, bizarre-yet-adorable half-object, half-animal hybrid creatures fused through an eerie extraterrestrial energy.https://youtu.be/TMfvqodN8tMWhere Do Nemots Come From?  When a glowing, green light beam of questionable origin rained down from the celestials, animals from the sleepy Silverdale Mall pet shop and its surrounding areas were sucked into illuminated, cocoon-like orbs, along with random, run-of-the-mill objects.  When they reemerged, they were transformed into composite creatures with supernatural skills and a thirst for blood. You know, the usual.  Why Are They Fighting?  Whether Nemots fight for world domination, casual Fridays, or just because is unclear. Though one thing is certain: they have a burning desire to brawl it out on the battlefield and prove their prowess.  It appears as though the blue and yellow crystals play a factor in their fight…though it remains a gem-fueled mystery.  How Do You Mint Them?  When you purchase a starter deck, you’ll be equipped with battle-ready Nemots that are activated and good-to-go for gameplay.  Though starter decks or marketplace purchases aren’t the only ways to get your hands on additional cards— if you come across an orb in-game, you have an opportunity to mint new Nemots.  There are four potential orb drops a day in the Wildcard universe, though not all four drops will lead to Nemot creation. While cards are automated and a surprise, Nemot rarity is determined by the orb used for minting.  What Makes Them Unique?  Nemot NFT cards possess both randomized art and randomized character mechanics— a first for the play-to-earn market.  They also are endowed with random and non-random qualities, ranging from rarity, art, stats, mechanics, elements, and condition ratings. Every Nemot is equipped with two unique abilities and a secret third power.  Seeing as there are 1.8 million Nemot combination possibilities— a serendipitous blending of 53 animals, 50 items, and more than 50 extras— each Nemot is by definition one-in-a-(1.8)-million.  What Makes Them Valuable?  A Nemot’s random and non-random qualities, as mentioned above, inform players as to the inherent worth of their cards. Of course, one surefire way to increase value is to level up your Nemots through wins and earned experience points.  Let it be said that no card is pointless. While a card might not be well-regarded, it may interact beautifully with a more popular card, which in turn makes it desirable too.   As the meta— or the ideal way to win battles with a certain deck— has yet to be unearthed through gameplay, you may be holding on to something prized without even knowing it! If players discover a single deck of 30 cards that wins as a tournament, players that have versions of those 30 cards will automatically have assets that are in demand.  Additionally, the marketplace is largely determined by other users and their decisions. If the majority of players decide to burn a card that they believe to be useless, there will be less in circulation and it will become more valuable by default.  Such cards— regardless of card level— that are no longer available, are often burned, or are rarely dropped, will ultimately be sought after.  Let’s Meet Some Nemots.  Craball. Half crab, half ball, Craball isn’t afraid to bounce into battle in a flash. The star of the aggro starter deck— which is all about arriving fashionably early to the fight before your opponents and buffing them to do some real damage— this speedy crustacean takes the (crab) cake if you know what we mean.  TVeleon. Part TV, part chameleon, TVeleon seamlessly blends into the background of any situation, like Guy Fieri’s “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives” when you’re whipping up a bolognese. While subtle in nature, don’t be fooled…TVeleon will hypnotize and rot the brains of its enemy Nemots in a pinch. The belle of the utility deck ball, TVeleon is a prime addition to other decks or as a standalone enchanter.  Pigandy. Half pig, half cotton candy, Pigandy uses fluffy, sugary-sweetness to absorb attacks and “stick it” to enemy Nemots. Everything sticks to this syrupy Nemot, but the word on the street is to steer clear of water when Pigandy is on the battlefield. A mainstay of the control starter deck, Pigandy holds down the fort by eliminating threats and regulating the field until bigger, more threatening Nemots can take the reins.  Clockken. Part chicken, part clock, Clockken is the bird with a finger on the buzzard. With the power to speed up ability recovery time of ally Nemots, Clockken is a real team player worthy of the battlefield and a big name in the combo deck. If you’re wondering if a clucking clock can create catastrophic calamities…the answer is: clearly. Where can I snag some Nemots?  It’s not too late to pick up a starter deck in the limited-edition Wildcard starter deck presale! Live while supplies last, the presale gives you the can’t-miss opportunity to grab 30 NFT cards for the price of 20 cards—including rare Nemots— with 5 flagship starter decks to choose from. Buyers are limited to a single purchase of each deck per wallet , head to https://starterdeck.wildcardgame.io.

  • CAKEFROG

    No one ever named the poor frog behind glass. Even as time passed and kids pointed and laughed at how ‘gross’ the frog was, it begged for a name. Finally, a name arrived for it that fateful night as the energy fused it with the remains of a birthday cake; written across the top in icing, Sus. Now, once Sus the CakeFrog manages to win enough battles, Sus will seek out the birthday person, and light a candle in their honor. Then…I guess that person will likely blow it out? Don’t expect a well-thought plan from a frog.

  • SCORPYWAM

    Who would ever want a scorpion as a pet? Well, after the energetic fusion, a scorpion can now be a Wam iced soda!
    Still a little grumpy from the new form, the scorpion, let’s call it Bleeeet, is primed and ready to strike anyone who attempts to drink from its back.

    Of course, it seems like the humans aren’t often around, Bleeeet just slushes around while pondering deep thoughts such as ‘when time began, were the clocks at 0, and if not, what is the real time right now?’

  • BURGERDOG

    An average doggo, Vix had outgrown the cute phase and was in for the long haul at Cooper’s. Until that night that Vix was fused with a cheeseburger.

    It hasn’t been an easy transition (cow friends won’t return calls anymore), but at least Vix has a higher chance of adoption, if the humans ever come around again.

  • CHAMETZEL

    While Spazzy the chameleon slept peacefully, the green energy from the celestials fused him and a stale pretzel together, leaving Spazzy quite salty.

    Fortunately, as a chameleon, Spazzy was able to change to cinnamon sugar quite quickly and now uses innate abilities to wreck foes with shifty toes and eyes that roll.

  • TRAPPYFISH

    Who would ever want a scorpion as a pet? Well, after the energetic fusion, a scorpion can now be a Wam iced soda!
    Still a little grumpy from the new form, the scorpion, let’s call it Bleeeet, is primed and ready to strike anyone who attempts to drink from its back.

    Of course, it seems like the humans aren’t often around, Bleeeet just slushes around while pondering deep thoughts such as ‘when time began, were the clocks at 0, and if not, what is the real time right now?’

  • SWISSARMYGOAT

    Typical of Silverdale Mall to have an escaped goat running amuck.

    Goaway (what people yell at it) the SwissArmyGoat was a general nuisance, but when the fusion occurred, it gained a new nuisance, multi-use-ance!

    Now Goaway has everything you could possibly want, even a toothpick that you should probably never use because you don’t know where it’s been.‍
    It hasn’t been an easy transition (cow friends won’t return calls anymore), but at least Vix has a higher chance of adoption, if the humans ever come around again.

WiLDCARD'S MUTANT HYBRID WARRIORS

MEET THE NEMOTS
CAKEFROG

No one ever named the poor frog behind glass. Even as time passed and kids pointed and laughed at how ‘gross’ the frog was, it begged for a name.

Finally, a name arrived for it that fateful night as the energy fused it with the remains of a birthday cake; written across the top in icing, Sus.

Now, once Sus the CakeFrog manages to win enough battles, Sus will seek out the birthday person, and light a candle in their honor. Then…I guess that person will likely blow it out? Don’t expect a well-thought plan from a frog.

SWISSARMYGOAT

Typical of Silverdale Mall to have an escaped goat running amuck.

Goaway (what people yell at it) the SwissArmyGoat was a general nuisance, but when the fusion occurred, it gained a new nuisance, multi-use-ance!

Now Goaway has everything you could possibly want, even a toothpick that you should probably never use because you don’t know where it’s been.

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