Chaos Legion second pack sale and release

Splinterlands fans will be happy to hear the latest updates on the Chaos Legion presale plans.

Presale: mission accomplished

Splinterlands’ Chaos Legion presale has concluded with great success. Along with the presale, Splinterlands also introduced a voucher airdrop system. They did this, in order to give each player the opportunity to earn vouchers. These could then be used to unlock the ability to purchase packs, if they were staking SPS. At the time of presale the vouchers were trading between $15 and $16. The players earned around $20M USD worth of airdropped SPS and vouchers as the result of staking!

The entire community needs to be commended for their massive support during the Chaos Legion presale event!

Chaos Legion Pack Sale – Phase 2

The next phase of the Chaos Legion pack sale, is to begin on December 8th, along with the release of the set and will continue until Wednesday, January 12th, 2022.

Each pack bought during phase 2 of the sale will still need one VOUCHER token, not including bonus packs, just as in the presale. Furthermore, a total of 2M VOUCHER tokens will be awarded to players with SPS tokens staked in their account over 30 days starting on December 8th, 2021 and ending on January 6th, 2022.

The amount of VOUCHER tokens each account receives will be based on the amount of SPS tokens they have staked as a percentage of the total SPS tokens staked in the system.

Then, from January 7th, 2022 and onwards, VOUCHER tokens will continue to be awarded to SPS stakers at a rate of 20,000 per day. They can be used for assorted rewards and promotions in the Splinterlands game from here to eternity.

The first two airdrop cards will be airdropped to pack purchasers and added to the Chaos Legion set (making them available to be found in packs). This will occur shortly after the second sale phase ends on January 12th, 2022. 

All packs purchased during the second phase of the sale (in addition to all packs purchased during the presale) will be eligible to receive BOTH of these airdrop cards. Moreover, the airdrop will still occur at the scheduled time even if not all of the 2M packs are sold in the second phase.

Please note, that there will be a total of 13 airdrop cards in all.

General Sale

The Chaos Legion general sale is scheduled to begin on Monday, January 17th, 2022 at 12:00 EST / 17:00 UTC.

The remaining 12M packs of chaos Legion, plus any unsold packs from the second phase of the sale will be available for sale at that time for $4.00 per pack. You will no longer require VOUCHER tokens to purchase. However, you will need VOUCHER tokens, in order to receive bonus packs along with larger pack purchases in a single transaction.

Please note that even if not all 2M packs are purchased during the second phase of the sale, the first two airdrops will still occur before the general sale begins and therefore will only be available to players who purchased packs before then.

For more information about the general sale and volume purchase discounts please see this post: Chaos Legion General Sale & Volume Discount Details.

Options purchasing packs

Starting with the second pack sale phase on December 8th and going forward, Chaos Legion packs may only be purchased using Credits in the Splinterlands shop. Players who wish to use DEC or SPS tokens to purchase packs can do so by using their tokens to purchase Credits in their accounts. However, it will no longer be possible to purchase packs directly with DEC or SPS as it was during the presale.

This change should eliminate differences for DEC or SPS tokens between the website and the backend servers that process the payments. This was reported in some cases during the presale. Additionally, since all purchases will be going through Credits it means they will all be eligible to earn affiliate rewards. These were not available for DEC or SPS purchases during the presale.


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