Missions currently offer two types of reward, as detailed below.
Reward 1: TLM
Every Mission has a set TLM reward pot which is shared by all Spacecraft leased for that Mission upon completion. This total TLM pot is viewable in:
- the Mission Centre page, column 5:
In the above example the total pot is 300,000 TLM, so if 100 Spacecraft were to be leased on that Mission, they would each be eligible for a reward of 3,000 TLM upon completion.
- The detailed information and joining page for a specific Mission:
In the above example the total pot is 300,000 TLM, and with 99 Spacecraft leased each would be eligible for 3,030.303 TLM at Mission completion.
The total Missions TLM rewards amount to 4,000,000 per month. This amount is allocated to planet Binance from the DTAP, as outlined in the technical blueprint.
Reward 2: NFTs
Every Mission also rewards an NFT for each Spacecraft leased, up to a maximum of 5 NFTs per Mission, per Explorer. These NFTs are minted and rewarded on BSC, and as such are not viewable via the WAX Chain Wallet (or any other site that offers an overview of a WAX wallet’s inventory, such as Atomic Hub). They can however be viewed in the in-game NFT inventory. There are currently four rarities of NFTs available as rewards:
Common: Rare: Epic: Legendary:
The quality of the NFT rewarded by successfully completing a Mission is correlated with the cost to lease a Spacecraft, with increasing cost equating to a rarer NFT claimable at completion. As mentioned above, the NFT reward for each Mission is predetermined, and therefore viewable when you click on a specific Mission to bring up its full details.
Each NFT has several statistics associated with it which will have future usage in the next evolution of Missions, and may also be used in community-created content. These are as follows:
The letter in the top-left corner of the card represents the Crafting Key - which currently ranges from A-H – and will be used as a key to accessing future activities that may be created by the Federation or Alien Worlds communities.
The number in the bottom-left corner represents the card’s Base Power, which can be of use in future Missions by increasing the power of the spacecraft leased, and other Federation- and/or Community-created games.
The number in the bottom-right corner represents the card’s Boost Power, which can be of use in future Missions by modifying the power of the spacecraft leased, and other Federation- and/or Community-created games.
The exact impact of these stats on future Missions will be explained at a later date when the next series is ready for launch!