Enter The Ultraverse

Enter the Ultraverse (EtU) is a deck building card game similar to Magic The Gathering and Hearthstone. The play style will be familiar to anyone who has played those games, but the EtU deck has a little special sauce in the mix with the inclusion of Weapon, Ship and Land tokens.

The assets will be on the Cardano blockchain and brought into the game via your Web3 wallet. Note that you won’t lose any assets through gameplay! If you don’t have any of those tokens you will still be able to play.

The Game Board

Example Layout

First Edition Cards

First edition card packs were released for minting between October 2021 and late 2022.

Card packs became redeemable in December 2022 via the Nexus.

Each card pack includes 7 cards – 3 cards from 2 factions plus 1 neutral card.

BUY HERE: https://www.jpg.store/collection/cards

In the 1st edition there are 429 cards, of which there will be 397 tradable NFT cards.

32 cards are ‘Token’ cards which become usable in the game only (they aren’t NFTs).

There are 5 rarity levels – Common, Rare, Grand, Legendary and Ultra.

You can view the cards by faction in the Card Library (web2) or via The Nexus (web3)

You can find a full list of cards (with stats /effects) in the Public Card List

Card Types

Solar Barbarians23204249
The Fungus21184245
Void Priests19254250

Card Rarity

Solar Barbarians231186149
The Fungus211473145
Void Priests231682150

Note – Tokens and Default Weapons are excluded from the rarity table (those are not NFTs)

Deck Building

Players should select 2 factions (a primary and secondary) plus neutrals to build a deck.

30+ cards are recommended with a primary 15, secondary 10, neutral 5 split or similar.

Card Types are as follows:

  • Creatures – These are the backbone of play and sit on the game board
  • Spells – These enact with the game and can be very powerful
  • Weapons – These allow the citizen to deal out Damage with limited Durability
  • Support – These are usable as support for the cards in the match

Note – only 2 support cards can be active at one time. So if you have multiple support cards in your deck and 2 are active, the third would need to replace one of the active cards.

It is also possible to add a single Weapon card, plus a Ship and a Terraform (additional support cards).

Deck TypePrimarySecondaryNeutralWeapon*ShipLand

* Weapon must be from the Primary faction unless you have “Quantum Wilds” which allows a Weapon from ANY faction

Card Levelling

Your cards can be levelled up by selecting a card and choosing the ‘Level Up’ button.
Each ‘level up’ will +1 to your card’s ‘Level’ metadata.
Your cards appearance will also change at certain levelling points, this begins at level 10.

Levelling Costs

Costs for levelling are ~2 ADA plus RAD tokens (and later resource tokens)
The itemized cost table for levelling cards can be found by clicking the small yellow ‘info’ icon.

Founder Card Discounts

The levelling costs will be reduced from the standard cost if you have a Founder’s Card:
– 25% for all 7 card colors
– 20% for Black or White cards
– 15% for Purple or Orange cards
– 10% for Red, Blue or Green cards

Benefits of Levelling Up

Card levelling should be considered as purely cosmetic. At various stages in the levelling process the card appearance will change, garnering increased market value.


Below are some FAQs around gameplay and deck-building. If you have any other questions please drop them in the Discord and one of the mods will answer.

Q: How many cards do I need for a deck?

A: A minimum of 30 cards are needed to play using NFTs. However, you will also be able play non-competitively without NFTs.

Q: Can I have duplicate cards in my deck?

A: Yes.

Q: Do I need Ultra or Legendary cards?

A: No, a deck without these cards can defeat a deck that has them. But it might help to have their more impactful effects in a long game.

Q: Can Spells from one faction be cast on cards from another faction?

A: Yes they can

Q: Are the Spirit Cost / Attack / Health / Effect card values fixed?

A: No they aren’t and any card may be subject to balancing changes at any time

Q: Does the NFT card level have any influence on the in-game card effects?

A: No it doesn’t. Card levelling is for aesthetic purposes only.