Splinterlands Rare Card Giveaway

in Splinterlands3 months ago (edited)


Hello everyone,

Okay, time to giveaway a card so I will do that first. It was from this post
The winner is.

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Congrats to @theroad2freedom hope it helps you a little.

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Okay now for the next card I am going to give away I will ask you a question. You have to answer the question or you won't be in the draw. I don't care what you say but it has to be an answer just to make sure I don't get bots in here. So here is the question.

I will give a different question sometimes and then answer it myself.

Will you be buying land?

Any other comments won't count and this will only be up on hive.

I will be buying a lot of lands. I think that it is is the next thing that will move the game to a lot of new players. They say it will cost around 5000 DEC for one land and that you will get them at a random result. So you could get lucky and get a super rare land or just a normal one. Right now I am thinking at least 200,0000 DEC but I might even do something like 1 Million on my main account. Some of what I think might change as they have told us for sure what land will be.

Now for what most of you want to know. What card can you win this week?

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You can win a Grim Reaper one of the new cards that are good for slow games. Talk you later.


You can buy land in Splinterlands? Didn't know that! Well, depending on the function I will buy land! :)

It is coming we don't have all details but the leaked info is you can craft items and spells that will be added to the game. Some lands will be the only ones that can make a card so you would be only one that can make it and sell it.

I am excited for the release of Land. I will be buying!


I would like to buy land as well. But I don't have the luxury of spending too much DEC on that. I am leveling up my deck one card at a time. almost leveled up some of my most used cards to level 2. so yeah, I am always out of DEC. And wow! you are planning to spend a million DEC!? That's awesome! You'll get a super rare one for sure. If possible, do a giveaway for lands too hahaha.

For sure once it is in my account I might give some away.

I hope I will have enough DEC for buying. It is not clear to me now what it will be like.

Ya only thing that will lower my investment is if I am wrong about it.

i don't know much about the opportunities the land offers, but i will definitely invest a little bit, i believe in the future of splinterlands.

The post should be coming soon with the idea for it.

Thanks for the card.

I haven't done any research into the benefit of land, so I don't know how quickly I will get into it, but I am sure I will get there eventually.

For sure man just work on the cards for now but if you like the game land might be worth the investment.

It's a fun and challenging game and I am starting to have a LITTLE success (I just made it to Silver I today), but I still have a LOT to learn. Thank you for the encouragement.

I will be buying land hopefully 🤞

Good move

I will probably be buying land but since they are expensive, I probably won't be buying too much. Packs and dice seem like a better investment.

Not sure about dice be a better investment. The last set of cards are still pretty cheap. Also, there going to be a lot of dice. I plan to wait to see the cards on the market. Land to me is better if it is how they have talked about in the ama. If you get a land combo that lets you be the only one to make an item you could be printing cards worth 500 dollars.

hell yea i will buy land, just need to accumulate more DEC before the publish it :)

Yup we all do that is why I just buy it now on the market.

I'll buy anything they throw at me :)

It has been working well for me.

Lands sure sounds like they would provide value for a very long time. Probably have to know more details to truly assess whether it's worth buying, but if crafting is going to be an important aspect in this game, then I'd say lands can only go up in value in time -- much like land in real life, essentially.