People write stories, compose songs, talk about strategies and statistics, and recount their experiences and adventures through the kingdom of Splinterlands.
Now a little more art, this time with @yanes94's drawing...
Another very common type of publication is to report on your daily quest.
At first, people just showed the cards they received as a prize and some brief comments, but the level of richness and detail that these reports can achieve is becoming increasingly elaborate, for example, in this post by @ketcom
A very impressive standard publication that some users produce is a review about cards, this kind of material helps a lot to newcomers, as well as experienced players who want to meet the new monsters released in the market, here I bring a post from one of the masters...
Now about the markets. Splinterlands is a game in which you can make you money, and card markets are an essential aspect.
The most well-known market is certainly Peakmonsters with its classic card rental tool, but here we have a new market that is very successful, see in these two very complete posts, all about MonsterMarket
To finish a very common question that plagues many players, should I sell my cards?
Well, this first edition is quite long, because I have not been publishing practically since last year, but the idea of these newsletters is that they are more frequent and shorter so as not to tire the reader with too much text.
I hope you enjoyed. Leave comment, criticism or suggestion, please. Let's go to the next.
All images from original posts and @splinterlands