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Kingdom Karnage

Kingdom Karnage Guide

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What is Kingdom Karnage?

Kingdom Karnage (KK) is a cross-platform virtual Trading Card Game available to play on PC and Android (Apple coming soon). All assets in the game can be withdrawn as tokenised FTs/NFTs and are infused with Enjin Cryptocurrency. KK is now fully on Enjin’s Jumpnet which means there are no gas costs at all.

The game
Each player builds a deck of up to 30 cards from varying rarities (Common, Uncommon, Rare, Epic, Legendary) which you take into battle. The aim of each battle to reduce the enemy hero’s health to zero before he manages to deplete your hero.

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• At the start of a match you draw 3 cards at random from your deck.
• Each card has a cooldown and requires 1-4 turns to become playable.
• At the start of each turn the cooldown of each card in your hand decreases by one.

When a cards countdown reaches 0, click to select it.
Select one of the Drop-Zones highlighted in GREEN.
Click again in the same place to confirm playing that character.

• The battlefield highlights in YELLOW where your character will move and in RED where your character will attack.
• When you select an available Drop-Zone you can change your mind or click again to confirm playing that character.

Your objective is to overwhelm the enemy troops and defeat your opponents hero. Each character has an attack value and a health value.
The attack power is how much damage a character deals to enemy characters and heros. When the enemy hero's health is reduced to 0 victory is yours.

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There are 5 character rarities; common, uncommon, rare, epic, legendary and each character has 10 levels.





Human Captain






Human Assassin







Thor Tobinson

Range 3













Human Champion

Speed 4

Armor 1


2 of the same Character & level can be combined to upgrade to the next level. See Upgrading Cards

As you upgrade characters their Attack Power & Health Points increase, sometimes even gaining a new ability as well.

To view all of the different characters available take a look at the card library. Most characters follow the combine rules and have 10 levels, however a few special characters are limited in supply and are dynamic in level, for more information please read the Dynamics section of this guide. Each character comes with a maximum of 3 special abilities. Each ability heavily effecting the strategy in battles and allows you to make a diverse deck different to your opponents.

All characters have a base movement speed of 2.

Ability NameDescriptions
AggressiveDeals 200% damage on first attack
AngeredGains +1/+0 when an ally takes damage
Armor 1Reduces physical damage taken by 1
Armor 2Reduces physical damage taken by 2
Armor 3Reduces physical damage taken by 3
Armor PiercingAttacks ignore armor
Berserk 1Attack increases by 1 when taking damage
Berserk 2Attack increases by 2 when taking damage
Berserk 3Attack increases by 3 when taking damage
BloodlustGains +1/+1 when an enemy dies
BruteWhen killing target gains max health equal to targets health
Carnivore150% damage vs fleshies
CleaveAttacks 1x3 area
CorneredWhen in last lines of defence deals double damage
DevotionWhen healing gains +1 Max HP
DevourWhen killing target heals health equal to targets health
DisengageMoves backwards after attacking
Drain Life 1Heals up to 1 HP when dealing damage
Drain Life 2Heals up to 2 HP when dealing damage
Drain Life 3Heals up to 3 HP when dealing damage
Eager50% chance to be in first 3 cards drawn
EmpowerKilling blows increase attack power by the attack power of the victim
Fanatic 1Attack increases by 1 when dealing damage
Fanatic 2Attack increases by 2 when dealing damage
Fanatic 3Attack increases by 3 when dealing damage
Fear 1Attacks reduce targets damage by 1
Fear 2Attacks reduce targets damage by 2
Fear 3Attacks reduce targets damage by 3
FreezeAttacks immobilize target for 1 turn
FuryAttacks characters twice each turn, unless they kill their target on the first attack, does not work against Heroes
Golden TouchEarns $KKT with killing blows
GuardAttacks rearmost targets first
GuardianTakes damage in place of hero
HeroicDeals 200% damage if target has more attack power
KnockbackKnocks target back 1 space
MaliciousAttacks enemy creatures directly behind for 200% damage
Pack LeaderWhilst in play gives allied lycans +1/+0
PenetrateAttacks target and character or hero behind the target
PiousDamage cannot be mitigated
RampageWhen damages target also damages targets summoning hero
Range 1Can attack 1 square away
Range 3Can attack 3 squares away
Range 4Can attack 4 squares away
Regeneration 1Regenerates 1 hp each turn
Regeneration 2Regenerates 2 hp each turn
Regeneration 3Regenerates 3 hp each turn
Resistance 1Reduces magical damage taken by 1
Resistance 2Reduces magical damage taken by 2
Resistance 3Reduces magical damage taken by 3
RetributionAttacks after being hit if in range
RushAdvances when able
ShockAttacks stun target
Siphon Power 1Steals 1 Attack Power from target when dealing damage
Siphon Power 2Steals 2 Attack Power from target when dealing damage
Siphon Power 3Steals 3 Attack Power from target when dealing damage
SpearDeals 150% damage to cavalry
Speed 3Can move 3 squares each turn
Speed 4Can move 4 squares each turn
Strike FirstStrikes first if attacked by an enemy in range
Triage 1Heals most damaged ally by 1
Triage 2Heals most damaged ally by 2
Triage 3Heals most damaged ally by 3
UndyingResurrects after dying (once only)
VengefulGains +1/+1 when an ally dies
WardenDamage dealt heals hero
ZealWhen healing gains +1/+1

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There are some special characters with a fixed supply and dynamic level, rather than levelling through traditional means their levels are controlled by the ratio of circulating supply and the number of players (player logins for the past 30 days).

Crimson Paladin has a fixed supply of 1,000. There can never be more.
Mistress of Nightmares has a fixed supply of 100. There can never be more.

The number of these 2 characters cannot go up however the number of players can. As more and more people play Kingdom Karnage the scarcity of these characters increases and so the rarity and level of the characters increases to match that. They can no longer be purchased directly they are all in players hands, the only way to buy them now is from othe players on the Enjin Marketplace

For details on how many players are required for each level, rarity, abilities and stats please see the Dynamics Page. Kingdom Karnage also supports 3 cross game characters which are also playable in Meta City.

Aelene, Elrond and Gael have a slightly different dynamic mechanism. Purchaseable from the Meta City Shop.

They increase in level as more of them are purchased. To see the upgrade details please see the Dynamics Page.

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On the equipment page you can both select a Hero and select equipment to empower your Hero.

Core equipment drops in Dungeons.

To view all of the different equiment available take a look at the card library. Unlike characters, equipment cannot be upgraded but they do come as 5 rarities (Common, Uncommon, Rare, Epic, Legendary) with higher rarities providing bigger bonuses.

In addition to the core game equipment items Kingdom Karnage supports a wide variety of Enjin Multiverse Equipment.
With Enjin Multiverse items having supplies out of our control those items are dynamic in power in Kingdom Karnage. The more Kingdom Karnage players the more rare the multiverse assets are considered and so their power goes up. If the supply of a Multiverse Items suddenly goes up lots they are considered more common and their power decreases.
For a full list of supported multiverse assets please view this Multiverse Page.

To add equipment to your hero, select one of the available cards at the bottom of the screen. Then click on an empty Hero Slot, the screen will highlight where you can equip it. Similarly you can select a card from the bottom and click on a Hero Slot which is already in use to replace the previously chosen equipment item.

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On the equipment page you can both select a Hero and select equipment to empower your Hero.

There are currently 3 Heroes available.

1. The basic hero everyone starts with comes with 10 HP.

2. Multiverse Mike the Enjin Multiverse character comes with a health increase - currently +1 HP
Multiverse Mikes Hero HP buff is dynamic and increases as the Kingdom Karnage playerbase increases in relation to the Multiverse Mike circulating supply.

3. The Wyden is the most powerful Hero. Sold out he is only available on the jumpnet.enjinx.io marketplace from other players.
The Wyden grants a massive +5 HP at level 1. Then another +1 HP per level as you power up your Wyden. Wydens can only level by defeating other Wydens in a future 1v1 tournament.

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The Deck Menu is accessed by pressing the Deck Icon on the Main Menu. In the top left you can see your Hero, clicking on the Hero's icon opens the Hero Equipment Options.

The buttons 1-5 are different deck saves. They are locked at first with only 1 deck save available.
A special item called "Codex" unlocks more deck saves and additionally increases your hero's HP when equipped. With 4 rarities of the Codex, each one granting more decks saves and more HP than the last.
Unlocks +1 Deck Save+1 Hero HP
Unlocks +2 Decks Saves+1 Hero HP
Unlocks +3 Decks Saves+1 Hero HP
Unlocks +4 Decks Saves+1 Hero HP
"Deck Five" is the deck name underwhich you can see the "Deck Power". Deck Power is the average strength of the cards you have selected in your deck and increases/decreases when you add or remove characters from your deck.

To add characters to your deck, select one of the available cards at the bottom of the screen. Then click on an empty Deck Slot in the middle to add it to your current deck.
Similarly you can select a card from the bottom and click on a Deck Slot which is already in use to replace the previously chosen character.

Underneath each card at the bottom you can see a white number, this is how many of that card you own.
If you own more than 1 of a character you can put more than 1 into your deck. There are however limits for each Character and for higher Rarities.

You can have up to 3 of the same character in your deck, whether 3 level 1's of the same character or 1x level, 1x level 2, 1x level 3. When no more of a character is allowed in your deck it becomes "greyed out" and un-selectable.

3 Per Deck
3 Per Deck
3 Per Deck
1 Per Deck
1 Per Deck

To save you time finding the cards you want to add to your deck you can use the Filter options. Click the Filter button at the top of the screen to open the Filter options.
You can select just the rarity or just the level or just the character race. You can also select a combination refining your search by rarity, level and race. When happy with your filte selection click the Filter button again to apply those filters.

When you are happy with your deck click the "Done" button to return to the Main Menu.

Clicking the "Upgrade" button opens up the Standard Upgrade menu.
Clicking the Enchanted Coin button opens up the Epic Upgrade menu.
Clicking the yellow settings button opens up the Theme menu.

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Upgrading cards

Please note that Bound cards from campaigns cannot be upgraded or withdrawn to your wallet. All cards obtained from other game modes can both be upraded and withdrawn to trade on jumpnet.enjinx.io When upgrading characters, 2 of a kind (same level, same character) are exchanged for 1 of the same character 1 level higher.
For eg, 2x level 1 Human Warrior creates 1x level 2 Human Warrior.

As you upgrade character their Attack Power & Health Points increase, sometimes even gaining a new ability as well.

To open the Upgrade Menu click on the "Upgrade" button on the Deck Menu.
The upgrade view is scrollable up and down. Any characters you have in Kingdom Karnage will show on the upgrade screen if you have 2 or more of any particular level.
If you only have 1 of a character it will not appear in the upgrade view.
If you have characters in your Enjin Wallet they will not appear in the upgrade view.

To upgrade characters you have in your Enjin Wallet, click the link in game or follow this link here: https://kingdomkarnage.com/deposit-jumpnet

The numbers above the input boxes are the character levels.
The numbers underneath the input boxes is the amount you own in your account.
If you own characters the balance text is green.
Note you cannot input a number for level 10's because level 10 is the top level, however you can see your balance for level 10's.

For speed and ease you can upgrade multiple characters in 1 upgrade.
Enter how many of each character you would like to level up in the input boxes then click the "Confirm" button.

The view will change to show a review of the characters you are choosing to upgrade. Click "Confirm" again to make the upgrades happen.

To save you time finding the cards you want to add to upgrade you can use the Filter options. Click the Filter button at the top of the screen to open the Filter options.
You can select just the rarity or just the level or just the character race. You can also select a combination refining your search by rarity, level and race.

Epic and Legendary Characters in Kingdom Karnage are so scarce there are not enough available to be combined to level up. Fortunately these rare magic coins miraculously imbue Epic and Legendary Characters with enough power to level up without combining.

The higher the Epic or Legendary Characters level is, the more Enchanted Coins are required in order to have enough magic power to make the upgrade possible. Note: The Wyden is far too powerful and cannot be manipulated by Enchanted Coins

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Game currencies

There are 2 currencies used in game.

The first is the blue gem. Blue gems drop in dungeons whenever you are not lucky enough to win Characters or Equipment.

The second is the Red gem. Red gems do not drop in game, they are a premium currency used in multiple game modes.

Red gems are used in King of Karnage Mode where challengers pay a fee in red gems to challenge the current King. The current King receives red gems from challengers, earning a passive income.

The infamous Catacombs dungeon requires a Catacombs Key to enter. Key owners can lease their keys to other players and receive red gems in payment.

Both gem types can be used in game to purchase more cards. Buying 1, 5 or 10 at a time has no effect on the cards you get. The cards drawn are random and can be Common, Uncommon or Rare.

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The first campaign you encounter is the Human Campaign, each level is designed to teach you a new character ability so that you learn game mechanics. Each campaign level rewards you with an account bound character card. Bound cards cannot be upgraded or withdrawn to your wallet. All cards obtained from other game modes can both be upraded and withdrawn to trade on jumpnet.enjinx.io

When you have completed the first 25 Human Campaign levels the Undead campaign becomes unlocked.

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Challenge Mode is a basic fun only mode. You are pitted against a random player. A chance to practice your deck without consequences.

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Endurance Mode is not for the feint hearted. The enemy boss has 999 HP, kills troops that get too close, and continually gets his deck bolstered. Fortunately the goal is not to win, simply survive as long as you can before you are defeared.
Your kill score is displayed in the bottom left corner and Blue Gems are awarded when you are defeated. The more kills you make the more gems you get.
12 Kills1 Blue Gem
38 Kills2 Blue Gems
78 Kills3 Blue Gems
123 Kills4 Blue Gems
171 Kills5 Blue Gems
219 Kills6 Blue Gems
267 Kills7 Blue Gems
315 Kills8 Blue Gems
363 Kills9 Blue Gems
411 Kills10 Blue Gems

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Ranked 1v1

Ranked PvP requires a full deck of 30 cards. You can mix races.

The weekly reward is a personalised target rewarding everyone who plays at least 1 PvP match each week. Positive participation earns you a card drop and gem prize (Minimum 5 gems and 1x common card). If you maintain a score of over 2000 PvP points this goes right up to 20 gems and 2 rare cards!

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Balanced 1v1

Coming Soon...

Battle with preset decks in 1v1 mayhem where the playing field is equal, only skill counts.

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Normal Dungeons

Dungeons are a 3v1 encounter with a powerful enemy rewarding players with the chance to win common, uncommon, rare, epic and legendary characters and equipment.
Epic and Legendary cards can only be obtained from playing or from other players. They are not sold in the game shop.

The first Dungeon unlocks when you have completed Level 10 of the Human Campaign. More dungeons unlock as you complete more of the Human and Undead Campaigns.

Dungeon Requirement
Brigand Base Human 10
Ancient Ruins Human 20
The Keep Human 30
The Tunnels Undead 10
Memories Undead 20
Pillar of Boudica Undead 30
Kargals Portal Undead 30
Jail House Undead 30
Throne Room Undead 30
Catacombs 1 Human 20
Catacombs 2
Catacombs 3

The first 6 dungeons drop 1 Blue Gem if you do not win a character or equipment card. Kargals Portal, Jail House, Throne Room drop 2 Blue Gems.

You can see the drop rates on the Drop Chances Table.

If playing a lower tier dungeon with a higher rarity card that is not allowed, it gets replaced with a random card which is allowed. You'll find the character limits displayed before starting the dungeon.

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Event Dungeons

More details coming soon.

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Catacombs Dungeon has 3 stages, the first of which is Multiverse Mike. You are given a preset deck and pitted in a 1 vs 1 dungeon battle against Multiverse Mike. Watch out though, Mike may not fight fair.

The Catacombs dungeon is guaranteed to have the best loot drops in Kingdom Karnage including guaranteed card drops! It is also the only place that certain items drop, such as enchanted coins, exclusive cosmetic items, and multiverse loot! All of your loot drop chances can be improved by owning and equipping a Lucky Trinket which levels up with each Catacombs victory.

To enter the Catacombs a Key is required…

Catacombs Keys
Each key grants its owner access to the dungeon once per day. Should you choose not to run Catacombs that day, you can lease your key out to other players. Note that leased keys continue to be leased the next day and will continually bring you passive income of red gems without logging in.

Likewise, if you don't currently own a key, you can click “Rent Key” and will be presented with the cheapest available Catacombs key available at that time. All renting/leasing of keys is done with the red gem currency, which is available to purchase in our store: KepithorStudios.com/shop.

Only 1000 NFT Catacombs Keys will ever exist. These were for sale in our store but have now sold out. Currently, these can only be acquired by purchasing from other players but we plan to regularly offer the chance to win weekly key rentals in social media competitions.

The future of Catacombs
We intend on further developing and updating Catacombs. We already have plans to:
- Make Catacombs a multiplayer experience, allowing you to both run the dungeon & generate income by charging for the two remaining dungeon slots
- Add two additional difficulty levels with even better loots.
- Periodically add new items to the loot table.

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Drop rates

Standard Drops

Dungeon Common Uncommon Rare Epic Legendary
Brigand 15% 1% 0.0025% 0.0001% 0.00001%
Ruins 20% 2% 0.005% 0.0002% 0.00002%
Keep 25% 3% 0.01% 0.0003% 0.00003%
Tunnels 30% 4% 0.025% 0.002% 0.0001%
Memories 35% 5% 0.05% 0.003% 0.0002%
Boudica 40% 6% 0.1% 0.005% 0.0003%
Kargals 45% 7% 0.2% 0.01% 0.001%
Jail 50% 8% 0.3% 0.02% 0.002%
Throne 55% 9% 0.5% 0.03% 0.003%
Cata 1 100% 50% 5% 0.1% 0.005%

Special Drops

Dungeon Enchanted Coin Multiverse
Cata 1 2% 0.1%

Multiverse Drops

Item Dungeon Remaining
Enjoker Cata 1 137
Wanderers Elixir Cata 1 40
Archspire Cata 1 149
Bottle of Enchanted Powers Cata 1 27
Mask of Uthuchul Cata 1 17
Mike Cata 1 71
Oindrasdain Cata 2 145
Epochrome Sword Cata 2 60
APG M55 Cata 2 20
Soulshift Armor Cata 2 20
Forgehammer Cata 3 45
Stormwall Cata 3 30
Shadowsong Cata 3 10

Lucky Trinket drop rates in Catacombs

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King of Karnage

Challenge the current King of Karnage, win and become the new King.
The King is controlled by AI and each time the King is challenged the reigning player receives red gems from the challenge fee.
The deck you used to defeat a King is then recorded and used by the AI to defend your throne, so you can freely change your deck to play other modes without worrying.

There are 10 levels to King of Karnage, everyone starts at level 1.

Defeating the level 1 king provides you with 2 options.
1. Take the throne and receive the challenge fees until someone defeats your defending deck. More passive income.
2. Leave the current King in place and move on to the next level.

As you move up each level you can only fight at that new level.
Losing 3 King of Karnage challenges in a row drops you back to down 1 level.
If you lose your throne you continue at the same level.

Lower King of Karnage levels now have rarity locks
Common - unlocks at level 1
Uncommon - unlocks at level 1
Rare - unlocks at level 3
Epic - unlocks at level 4
Legendary - unlocks at level 5

If you start low King of Karnage levels with high quality cards above the correct levels, they will be missing in your deck during battle.

Dynamics characters cannot be used in levels below the dynamics level, they will also be missing in your deck during battle.

Cards are capped at each level. So when challenging the level 2 king, your cards stats are capped at level 2.

Monthly Prizes awarded on the 1st of each month.
Kingslayer prize for killing the most kings at each level.
Dynasty prize for the most times you are challenged whilst king at each level.

When you take a throne, you receive 1 extra defence point every 24 hours you hold your throne.

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Pioneer: Kingdom Karnage founders token

The Pioneer is the Kingdom Karnage Founders Token (FT), it is an epic character in game, and a great way to get extra character cards.

Each month a new quest is available to anyone who has a Pioneer.

Complete the quest any time during that month, and you will receive the relevant reward on the 1st of the next month. To see the lastest Pioneer challenges and your progress please view the events page

There are only 1000 Pioneer FTs and all are in circulation. The only way to acquire 1 now is from another player on the Enjin Marketplace.

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Dev Challenge

More details coming soon.

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The first cosmetic items added, themes change the design and colour of the Battle Interface. They each have fixed supplies which mean there will never be more in circulation.

Theme: Enchanted fixed supply 200
Theme: Magic fixed supply 50
Theme: Molten fixed supply 200

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KK-Art pieces are NOT game characters, purely art only.

KK-Art pieces are fixed supply which means while there can never be more than their max supply, should anyone decide to melt a KK-Art token, we can mint more up to the max supply.

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How to Earn

Play Ranked 1v1 PvP in the Monthly competition

Ranked PvP requires a full deck of 30 cards. You can mix races.

When fighting in ranked PvP each win/loss moves you along the monthly PvP ladder. Battle your way into the top 100 to win $enj

   120 - JENJ
  215 - JENJ
  310 - JENJ
4 - 105 - JENJ
11 - 501 - JENJ
51 - 1000.5 - JENJ

Leader Board

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Blue Gems & Cards/Items drops

With the exception of campaign rewards all characters and equipment can be withdrawn to your Enjin Wallet and traded on the Enjin Jumpnet Marketplace.

You'll need to make sure you have your wallet linked following the instructions on the account page - then head to the withdraw page. Enter how many of each you would like to withdraw then click the withdraw button. Withdraws normally take just a couple of minutes.

Once the NFTs & FT's are in your Enjin Wallet you can go to the "Assets" section
tap Kingdom Karnage (Jumpnet)
tap the asset you want to sell
tap "Sell"
enter how many you want to sell
set the price per item
and list it.

Note that assets sold on the marketplace incur a 2.5% fee. Which is only paid when the asset is bought. There is no fee to list in the first place. You can list, unlist and relist as many times as you like with 0 fees.

You will however need a very small amount of JENJ at the start to handle transfer fees before you can list anything. This transfer fee is not charged unless your asset sells, but it is required to be in your wallet before you can list your item.

Kingdom Karnage transfer fees are fixed to USD values and periodically updated to counter $enj price fluctuations. Level 1 Human Warrior has a fixed transfer fee less than or equal to the lowest melt from all characters.

In short you can melt any 1 character and be able to then list 1 Level 1 Human Warrior for sale.
Human Warrior was chosen for this because it's a good seller and won't take long to get snatched up.

So you can melt one common card to get enough JENJ to be able to list your next item. To access the melt option go to the FT you want to melt in the Enjin App then click the 3 dots in the top right corner and you'll see the "melt" option.

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Blue Gems & Cards/Items drops

Earn 5 blue gems in-game and you can trade them in for a card drop (Chance of uncommon / common / rare card rarities).
There are numerous ways to earn blue gems:

• Dungeons - Each dungeon rewards a minimum of 1 blue gem (2 gems in higher dungeons). Dungeon loots are often card drops or items for your hero, which become more likely the higher the dungeon you play, see drop rates.

• Ranked PvP - Win or lose, you’ll earn 2 blue gems for each of your first 5 matches every day.

• Weekly PvP - This weekly reward is a personalised target rewarding everyone who wins at least 1 PvP match each week. Positive participation will earn you a card drop and gem prize (Minimum 5 gems and 1 x common card). There are various prize ranks, right up to 2000 PvP points which awards 20 gems and 2 rare cards!

Swap your blue gems for cards in the gem shop by clicking on the blue/red gems at the top of your main menu screen.

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Catacombs (Stage 1)

The mother of all dungeons! This is the only place that you will be able to score Multiverse Item drops in Kingdom Karnage. Requiring a key that allows single daily access, you can run yourself for guaranteed card drops or rent your key to other players. Only 1000 Catacombs keys will ever exist; these are now only purchasable on the secondary market from other players.

The first Catacombs stage features a ready-made deck, making it suitable for any level of player. Unlike our regular dungeons that may award gems, every successful Catacombs completion has a minimum of a card drop, guaranteed.

Catacombs has the best drop rates for Rares, Epics, Legendaries, and the only place that drops Enchanted Coins and Enjin Multiverse NFT's

Equip a Lucky Trinket and increase your drop rates in Catacombs.

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• Social media promos/events - Periodically we hold competitions where you can win NFTs and even the use of Catacombs Keys.

• Seasonal events - We already have a seasonal character, Skellimas, only drops in December (and so trades extremely well off-season).

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You'll find your referral link on the account page on the Kepithor website. Sign up players using this link and you will receive 10% of all your referral’s store purchases as store credit. Get referring!

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King of Karnage (KoK)

Every month 10 weapons and 10 armour pieces are given to those who can hold the most king kills or defences at each of the 10 levels. Due to their limited issue, these are expected to fetch decent amounts of Enjin as the player base grows.

While you are King in KoK mode, you earn 90% of the entrance fee paid by the attacker when you successfully defend your throne. Read more about this mode on our events page.