What Is Gods Unchained(GODS)?
Gods Unchained other free-to-play games, Gods Unchained gives you complete ownership over your in-game items. Collect rare cards, build your deck and sell cards to other players. Gods Unchained is built by ex-Google and Riot Games engineers, funded by the largest gaming investor in the world, and led by the former Game Director of MTG Arena. Not another glorified rock, paper, scissors TCG. To rise through the ranks, you’ll need to tactically outsmart your opponent at every turn. Designed with a focus on fair competitive play, where you unlock cards simply by playing the game.
Gods Unchained Storage Key Points
|Coin Name||Gods Unchained|
|Circulating Supply||22,976,190.00 GODS|
|Source Code||Click Here To View Source Code|
|Explorers||Click Here To View Explorers|
|Twitter Page||Click Here To Visit Twitter Group|
|Whitepaper||Click Here To View|
|Official Project Website||Click Here To Visit Project Website|
A Divine Contest
Gods Unchained the gods has chosen a heroic mortal to imbue with divine powers. These six champions must now compete to prove once and for all which god’s influence reigns supreme. The Trial of the Gods has begun and to the victor belong the spoils. Available now in limited quantities, Trial of the Gods Card Packs and Chests offer power previously unseen in the realm of Eucos. Neferu marches in time with her squadmates, her sandals crunching on dry soil that once belonged to her ancestors.
They’re singing a bawdy marching song about a fellow whose horses were too small for his chariot, an old favorite of Anubian soldiers. Harnakhte, a lean young man with a rich baritone from far up-river, knows more verses than Neferu has ever heard. Gods Unchained column of soldiers crests a hill. The song unravels, thread by thread, as the soldiers spot their target in ones and twos. The drums still beat, feet still march in time, but the merriment is gone.
Pallas Origion- all is magic
Pallas stands beneath the ancient statue of Elyrian, looking up at it in wonder. They always pause beneath that statue, just for a moment, to remember why they’re here. Students stream around them, jostling and pushing, all on their own paths through the Academy’s central plaza. This week is Evaluation, when students who have reached the end of the standard curriculum make their argument for continued sponsorship in one of the school’s departments, and many of the other students have a glassy-eyed look. Gods Unchained stands alone, clutching a large scroll case. At the base of the statue is an inscription that reads All Is Magic.
Gods Unchained Academy of Mystic Arts teaches many subjects, only some of them magical. But the philosophers teach that all things spring from magic. A hundred years ago this place was a temple, where pilgrims came to worship at the statue of Elyrian and consult the oracles. Now, like Pallas, they come to learn. Pallas is not the first to note that the statue is still a place of prayer: students rushing by pray to get to their lessons on time, to get good marks, to get the best teachers and placements.
Truth is told by moonlight
A child lies in bed, listening to the shouts of the soldiers-in-training outside the window as they drill with spears. The child can’t see them from the bed, propped up on a mound of pillows. Gods Unchained she can see is the ceiling, as the sunlight through the window crawls across it. There’s a pile of scrolls by the bed, but reading on her back is exhausting, and the scrolls are not very interesting. Having spent most of the last three months just laying there and listening, the child has stayed busy memorizing every single order given on that field. When the time comes, she’ll be ready.
The beads in the doorway clatter, and someone enters—no, two people. Mother, and someone with a heavier tread. A season in bed has made her adept at telling people apart by their footsteps. Gods Unchained child has many little talents like this, and thinks of them as “cursed skills”—the small things she can only do because her body will not cooperate when she tries to do things other people do.