Equipment NFTs Equipment NFTs will have the same rarity dispersion as Land NFTs, for each equipment type. The equipment types in Stage 1 of the game include:
- Robotic miners
- Material extractors
- Material refiners
Equipment NFTs can be staked to land tiles. Each type of Equipment NFT provides a boost to the baseline amounts of resources produced by land which will depend on rarity. Certain types of equipment will boost the production of particular Resources.
There will only be one slot per land, per players, to stake Equipment NFTs. Players do not need to control the Land that they stake Equipment NFTs towards, but the owner of the corresponding Land NFT can decide how much of the Resource yield they wish to retain, by effectively taxing the Resource yield. The tax on Resource yield will be subject to a cap.
Players who stake Equipment NFTs towards Land that they own will receive the baseline resource amount produced by the Land x the Equipment NFT boost, which equals the Land Resource Output.
The Land Resource Output of each Land is supplemented by Land Rental Output, equal to an additional percentage of the Land Resource Output. Players who stake equipment towards land that they do not own get their pari passu share of the Land Rental Output, based on the boost factor of their equipment NFT, as a proportion of the combined boost factors of all equipment NFTs staked to the land.
How to optimally combine Land and Equipment NFTs is something that players will discover over time. Resource types
Resources are required for Land Settlement upgrades. Settlements are permanent upgrades to land that can be achieved through crafting. Resources are also fungible resource tokens and the different types are described below:
Each world will have its own Resource quotient. Starting with Phase 2 of the game, the resource quotients of worlds will degrade over time to reflect some resource depletion. The resources of a world will never deplete to zero. Equipment Usage
There are 10,000 NFTs of each type of equipment with 6 different rarities. The number of equipment in each rarity is in the below table: