This is a Test version of Inanis Invictus on Berlin. All data and information is used for testing purposes only and may not reflect the actual products or services.
Asset packs are the primary method to purchase Inanis Invictus NFTs. Each asset pack contains 4 randomly generated NFT assets with weighted distribution based on size and rarity. NFTs generated using this method are automatically assigned to the crypto wallet address that purchases them. The chances of drawing a specific ship size and rarity are outlined below. The ship size is rolled first, then the indicated rarity.
7.5% of each asset pack purchase is donated to the ICON Contribution Proposal System (CPS) to fund additional projects on the ICON blockchain network.
17.5% of each asset pack purchase will be used to support VOID token liquidity on supported exchanges.
* Limited rarity ships have a limited number of mints. The number is determined by the specific template, however once the limit is met no more limited ships of that type can be minted. In these cases, a legendary ship will be minted instead.
** Distinguished rarity ships are entirely unique and only 1 ship of these types will ever be minted. Once a distinguished ship is minted, it is removed from the drop table. In cases where a distinguished drop was pulled and no remaining distinguished ships remain, a limited rarity ship of the appropriate ship size will be drawn instead, if applicable. If no limited ships are available in the same ship size, then a legendary ship will be minted instead.
To see the availability and number of minted ships of a specific template within a collection, you can refer to the template browser for additional details.
A single mint of 1 random ship NFT from all active collections using the same weighted probabilities as asset packs.
*A single mint of 1 random ship NFT of honored prestige or higher from all active collections using the same weighted probabilities as asset packs.
*A single mint of 1 random ship NFT of legendary prestige or higher from all active collections using the same weighted probabilities as asset packs.