The first and most crucial NFT in this game is dogs. You can have a new dog by combining dog cards or purchasing directly on the marketplace.
In Dogeon, dogs are valuable assets that help you win! The stronger your dogs, the higher the win rate and the more rewards you earn! Players can acquire dogs by combining dog cards or directly purchase them on the marketplace.
Each dog will have four stats that not only determine the power of the dogs but also play an essential role in establishing efficient racing strategies:
- 1.SpeedSpeed is one of the four primary attributes that indicates how fast your dogs run in the race. The higher the rate, the faster your dogs run.
- 2.AgilityAgility grants your dogs the ability to overcome obstacles on the racecourse. You can easily overcome obstacles during gameplay with a dog having higher agility stats.
- 3.StaminaStamina reflects your dogs’ durability, determining how long your dogs can maintain the maximum speed during the race. When the stamina runs out, the dogs will have to slow down to recover stamina.
- 4.IntelligenceIntelligence attribute provides your dogs with mana. Mana is required for skills used during the race.
Each dog has a different skill set ranging from 1 to 4 skills, and it may vary depending on each dog. There are many types of skills. For example, while a skill accelerates your dog’s speed, another skill can slow down other dogs in the competitive race. Plus, other dogs can possess a skill that helps recover stamina. Let's go to discover all the talents of the dogs yourself!
Each dog is associated with a specific rarity that determines its basic stats, the number of skills, and growth rate. There are 4 rarities: Common, Rare, Epic, and Legendary. Dogs of higher rarity will have a faster training process as well as better stats gained. The number of skills also varies depending on the rarity of the dog ranging from 1 to 4 skills. To clarify, Common rarity has one skill, Rare has two skills, Epic has three skills, and Legendary has four skills.
Each dog has a maximum of 12 energy, with a restoration rate of 1 energy every 2 hours. It would cost energy for every action in the game. For example, it costs five energy for training, one for each play in adventure mode, and another five for a competitive race.