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It must be one of the fascinating parts of NFT game that people can earn profit by playing it. So it is very important to understand which kind of NFT card is precious in the P2E games' market for the new player.
Overall the cards of DWWA.
How can we know which card can sell for a higher price?🙄
In this article, I'm going to share you with what kinds of cards in DWWA should be valuable on the market, wishing this info can be your reference.
This article is just the personal opinion of the market observation, it does not represent any financial advice.
First, I want to define the meaning of "Special" and "Valuable" words in my title. There are 3 kinds of users in DWWA so far, the Collector, the Trader, and the Player.
Since the same graph in different frames is still the same card, so the "function of a card in-game" doesn't have much difference between values, and that is why I would not consider the player in our following discussion.
P.S. Check the graph to know more detail about the relation between the card and the frame.
The definition of "Special" and "Valuable" means that this particular card can have a higher market value than other same combos or the same rarity cards to the Collector and Trader.
In DWWA, there're 4 factors in a card containing, which are
- 1. The frame.
- 2. The graph of the main characters in the Doctor Who TV series.
- 3. The graph of the non-main characters or items in the Doctor Who TV series.
- 4. Serial Number.
You might wonder why the factor of circulation didn't be listed?
The reason why I won't take the factor of circulation of a card into the consideration is that not only the crafting system can always change its amount but also once the circulation is low, then even though the price of it is higher than other cards, it is influencing to all the card in the same frame rather than a particular card. It will violate the definition of the special and valuable of a card that I just mentioned above.
By the way, what if I really want to know the basic floor price of a particular frame? You can check this article🤗
Doctor Who: Worlds Apart. How do I decide the price of a card? Just a personal opinion.
P.S. Check the graph to know more detail about the combo info of a card.
Usually, the king and queen of the price in other NFT blockchain games is the low minted number(#1) and the rarity, but the rule is a little bit different in Doctor Who: Worlds Apart.
Now, let me introduce 2 new concepts in Doctor Who: World Aparts that may be different from other NFT blockchain games.
The Serial Right (#Right) and The Matching Frame.
- Serial Right(#Right) means that the serial number has a strong connection with the card theme which can be led to the content of the Doctor Who TV series.
- Matching Frame means that the frame of the card matches the concept represented in the graph in the TV series.
Based on the 4 factors of a card and the 2 concepts that I mentioned above, here we can list the following 4+1 types of elements that can make a card special and valuable on the market.
- 1. #Right of the main character's graph.
This means the Serial Number pins to the number that the main character represented in the Doctor Who series or has a strong connection with the number. Such as the Doctor, doctor's companion, or enemy.
- 2. #Right of items or the non-main character's graph.
This means the Serial Number can match the concept of an item represented in the Doctor Who series. Such as this Sonic Screwdriver is the tool of the 13th Doctor and this Prisoner Zero is the (No Spoiler🥴) to the 11th Doctor.
- 3. Matching frame of the main character's graph.
This means the frame matches the main character's information in the Doctor Who series. Such as the race of Madame Vastra is exactly the Silurian.
- 4. Matching frame of the items or the non-main character's graph.
This means the frame matches with the items or the non-main character's information in the Doctor Who series.
(Wait, what? You said the main character of DW should be the Tardis? good question🤔 )
5. Jackpot.This means both the frame and Serial Number exactly pin to the main character's number concept or the milestone of their journey in the history of the Doctor Who series. Such as the regeneration, main enemy, or even the important turning point in the plot.
To me, this 13th Doctor is the jackpot. Because of the 13th Doctor......(No Spoiler🥴), Go Watch S13 of Doctor Who Series!!!
The market value of the frame and Serial Number may be influenced by the individual subjective consciousness. So even two different kinds of frames which share nearly an amount of circulation might still have a huge gap between their market value.
Also, there are some singular points in some serial numbers, such as #42 (weed number), #69( N I C E ), #13(Black Friday), #888(Symbol of wealth in the Chinese language), my birthday🤪, and so on. They all have a chance to sell higher than the other card. (Same card in the same frame)
Maybe we can make a small vote?
Which serial number for each Doc card do you think should have a higher market value?
Join the Vote
The main point is that only the Low serial number can have a better price isn't the iron rule in the universe of Doctor Who: Worlds Apart.
If a trader wants to dig out the undiscovered diamond from the market, I strongly recommend researching the sold price on the activity page, different collecter preferred combo, and the most important thing.....
Watch Doctor Who Show and love it🥳🥳
Thank you for reading~🤗🤩 and also thank Ian Paget[The Designer] for supporting me his #4 of Fourth Doctor card!
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