Faq

What is Battle.town?

Battle.town is a PFP Event Platform where players can use their 10KTF items to join Missions in the ongoing Battle for New Tokyo. The complexity and feature set of Missions will increase over time.

How does the Battle.town mission work?

After connecting your eligible wallet, you will be able to select from available Missions and join by sending your loadout of Avatars equipped with 10KTF items to help Wagmi-san’s cause. Confirm your loadouts during the Mission registration period. Registration periods will be different for each Mission. A countdown timer on Battle.town will update to notify players before each registration period, and for the duration of the Mission. Equip your eligible parent NFT, Gucci Grail, or a Blank Avatar with 10KTF items and help Wagmi-san secure victory. See full list of eligible NFTs below. Once a Mission begins, additional players cannot join and the Mission’s progress can be tracked from the home page. At the end of the Mission, rewards are calculated based on each player’s loadout compared to the total pool. After completing a Mission, a reward may be available for claim.

What kinds of rewards can I earn by completing Missions?

At 10KTF’s discretion, Mission rewards may include: Storypoint badges, Stockroom Materials, physicals, or other items. These items will be available for claim and redemption on Battle.town after each Mission is completed. 10KTF may select a number of Missions that reward participants in ApeCoin; if so, these rewards will be available for claim on 10kfrens.org upon completion of the Mission.

How secure is Battle.town?

Official links will only be posted on our Discord or Twitter

Make sure the URL address you are interacting with in your browser is “BATTLE.TOWN”.

Wagmi-san will announce when you can make a claim on your rewards which will cost gas.

What avatars can I use in Battle.town?

NFTs from the following collections are compatible with Battle.town: - 0N1 Force - 10KTF Gucci Grail - Bored Ape Kennel Club - Bored Ape Yacht Club - Cool Cats - CrypToadz by GREMPLIN - Forgotten Runes Wizards Cult - Gutter Cat Gang - Meebits - Moonbirds - Mutant Ape Yacht Club - Nouns - Pudgy Penguin - Wolf Game - World of Women - World of Women Galaxy

Do I need an avatar to participate in Battle.town?

Avatars are required in order to participate in Battle.town. However, if you do not own an NFT from the above list, you may use a Blank Avatar. While available to everyone, the Blank Avatar receives fewer rewards and is ineligible for certain bonuses.

Can I use my 10KTF Gucci Grail on Battle.town?

Yes. Your 10KTF Gucci Grail can be used as an Avatar. Gucci Grails will not require additional 10KTF items in order to participate in Missions and they begin with a base power of 4 in every equipment slot. However, you can fill any individual equipment slot with 10KTF items in order to maximize your loadout.

What is the best way to set up my loadout?

The quality of your loadout is determined by the tier of the 10KTF items equipped, their rarities, and any bonuses attained. It is highly recommended to fully equip your Avatar in order to optimize your loadout. The specific value of each 10KTF item will be revealed over time.

What is the base power of each 10KTF item?

Level 1 Items: - Snapback Hat: 18 - 5 Panel Hat: 18 - Daypack: 27 - Comfy Hoodie: 21 - Cat Hoodie: 21 - Socks: 15 - High Top: 44 Level 2 Items: - Sock Full of Doorknobs: 35 - Combat Helmet: 27 - Pilot Helmet: 33 - Kevlar Vest: 31 - Combat Boots: 65 - Deadly FO(a)MO Sword: 52 - Flamethrower: 76

How does rarity affect my 10KTF items?

Individual items will get a multiplier based on their rarities as follows: - Common: 1x - Uncommon: 2x - Rare: 4x - Epic: 8x

How are bonuses calculated?

Sending in an Avatar equipped with more Grailed items will be more effective on missions, particularly if the item was crafted using that Avatar. - Each 10KTF item equipped that does not match the Avatar will receive a 10% multiplier to your loadout score. - Each 10KTF item that matches the Avatar will receive a 20% multiplier to your loadout score. - Example: 4 slots filled up, 2 items match the loaded Avatar = 10% + 10% + 20% + 20% = 60% total bonus multiplier. These bonuses are subject to balance changes in future versions of Battle.town.

How are rewards calculated?

The number of points received for completion of a Mission is determined by the share of your loadout compared to all participating avatars. Reward calculation formulas are subject to change in future versions of Battle.town. The size of the rewards pool can vary depending on the Mission and its specific mechanics. The value of each 10KTF item and loadout per Mission will be revealed over time.

What are reward tiers?

Rewards tiers are the thresholds that indicate the level of rewards earned by all Avatars on a Strength in Numbers Mission. Thresholds are based on the total cumulative loadout power of Avatars on the Mission, and each threshold reached further increases the pool of rewards for that mission.

What happens if I sell or transfer an NFT during a mission?

Rewards are calculated at the end of each mission, so make sure not to transfer or sell participating NFTs during the mission period. If an equipped item is transferred or sold, the final reward will be calculated as if that item was never equipped for that mission. If an avatar is transferred or sold, the avatar’s entire loadout will be invalidated for that mission and you will not be eligible to receive any points or rewards for that mission. Players can access set bonuses by holding parent NFTs or 10KTF Gucci Grails. See above.

How do I participate on mobile?

Battle.town is currently available on desktop only.

What wallets can I use?

Battle.town currently supports Metamask, and is also compatible with hardware wallets connected to Metamask.

How can I stay up to date with the latest missions?

Check the #old-walkie channel in the 10KTF Discord server for the latest Battle.town announcements.

What are Level 1 and Level 2 items?

Level 1 items are accessories from the 10KTF Genesis or Crafted collections. This includes High Tops, Daypacks, Hats, Hoodies, and Socks. Level 2 items are from the 10KTF Combat collection. These items include Helmets, Kevlar Vests, Boots, and Weapons. Combat items will give players the ability to yield higher points on set bonuses in Battle.town Missions.