What Is Cobak Token (CBK)?

What Is Cobak Token (CBK)? Complete Guide Review About Cobak Token.

What Is Cobak Token (CBK)?

Battling in Cobak Token Tactics takes the form of turn-based actions, with Voxies moving and taking actions one after the other. Which character will go first and the general move order are calculated based on each statistics as well as other factors in the game. Therefore, it is important to understand the flow of battle to be able to defeat your foes. The EQUIP action can be used to switch a equipment (armor and weapons) in the middle of a battle. However, this uses up the action phase, so they cannot attack in the same turn after switching equipment.

Unlike equipment, Cobak Token cannot change their companion pets in the middle of battle. Whichever pet a decided to take into battle with them has to remain with them for the full duration of the battle. There is a turn order toggle in the Options menu that can be used to consult the turn order of the in battle. This turn order queue will also indicate any skills or actions that are queued up and waiting to be executed.

Cobak Token Storage Key Points

Coin BasicInformation
Coin NameCobak Token
Short NameCBK
Circulating Supply29,720,653.00 CBK
Total Supply100,000,000
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Facing Direction

During combat, all Cobak Token face in one of four cardinal directions: north, east, south, or west. The facing direction of a affects a number of different aspects of battle and have an impact on how successful combat moves can be. For example, melee attacks have a much higher chance of hitting when done from behind, a slightly higher chance of success from the sides, and finally the lowest hit percentage when attacking from the front.

At the end of a turn (movement and action phases), the player has the option of choosing which direction the will face before the next character’s turn. Carefully choosing the best facing direction will give a greater combat advantages.

Damage Types

A number of different damage types and status effects can be applied during battle. The most basic distinction between damage types is that attacks are either MELEE attacks, RANGED attacks, or MAGICAL attacks. Melee attacks must be carried out when directly adjacent to a Cobak Token, with the disadvantage that the enemy can immediately counter them with a counter-attack. Ranged attacks are carried out over a distance and generally cannot be countered by the target.

Finally, magical attacks are special skills and abilities that are “cast”. Many attacks and abilities are linked to an element in the game. These elements augment your attacks and can be useful for doing additional damage or applying special after-effects to a target.

Various status effects can drastically change the outcome of a battle, so players should watch out for these. To become a master of the deep tactical game play in Cobak Token Tactics, understanding the different status effects and how they can alter a battle is paramount.

Charging Attacks

Certain attacks and abilities in Voxie Tactics are not instant and take a number of turns to “charge”. Obvious examples of this are powerful mage spells, or physical skills that the Cobak Token needs time to prepare. Players can see the turn time of a spell or ability when choosing which spell to cast or which ability to select during the ACTION phase of the turn.

Any skill or spell that takes more than 1 turn to execute will be added to the turn queue. When they reach the top of the queue, the effect of the spell or skill will execute. Some spells can be cast either on a targeted character or a map tile. When casting a delayed spell that will take a number of turns to execute, players must be careful to check that the target will still be in the area of effect when the spell will execute.


Certain terrain features and tiles on the map have an impact on the actions that a Cobak Token can perform. They can also hinder the movement of a, well modify the statistics of actions. A good example of this is that when a is standing below another character, or on lower terrain, they will usually suffer a penalty when fighting a on a higher tile. Another example is the existence of elemental enhancements for standing on different types of terrain tiles.

Winning Conditions

Each battle in Cobak Token Tactics has a victory condition that must be satisfied to win the battle. In the most obvious situation, the player will need to defeat all opposing team members to win the battle. However, there are a number of more complex winning conditions that the player must satisfy for certain battles.