All Spinblades are non-fungible tokens (NFTs) of type ERC-721. Each Spinblade is unique, has no duplicates, and cannot be replaced with another Spinblade with the same attributes (stats, visuals, etc.).
Spinblades in the game, in other words, spinning-tops, appear in 4 different types. The Spinblade types and their badge icons are as follows:
The main element that determines the type of a Spinblade is each part that builds up that Spinblade. Accordingly, if all parts of a Spinblade are of the same type, it becomes a Spinblade of that type. For example, if all three Spinblade parts are of the Attack type (ie, they are Attack stat-weighted parts), that Spinblade becomes an Attack Type Spinblade.
If two of the parts that make up a Spinblade are of the same type, as we mentioned above, the dominant type is taken as the base and becomes the Spinblade of that type. For example, if your Spinblade's Power Ring and Metal Disc are Attack type and Tip is Stamina, then your Spinblade's type is Attack.
Besides all that, if each part of your Spinblade is of a different type, it's of the Spinblade Balance type. For example, if you have an Attack-type Power Ring, a Defense-type Metal Disc, and a Stamina-type Tip, your Spinblade's built-in type will be Balance.
The weight of each Spinblade is between 30-90 grams. In addition, the sum of the stat values of Spinblades (with bonuses) cannot exceed 120. You can check the "Parts" section for the stats that the parts can give and more.
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Spinblades that drop from First Edition Boxes will get the "First Edition" tag. This will be a one-time feature and the "First Edition" tag will not be available for Spinblades after all First Edition Boxes are sold out.
When a player cracks a First Edition Box, the Spinblade inside that box will appear as “unnamed”. However, players have the right to rename their Spinblades once.
This part of the whitepaper is not yet the final version. Some changes might be applied during the development process.