CryptoFights Wiki

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Welcome to the Official CryptoFights Wiki
The CryptoFights guide for Weapons, Arenas, Strategies and more written and maintained by the players.

Please feel free to contribute by creating new articles or expanding existing ones.

About CryptoFights

At its core CryptoFights is a 1vs1 turn based fighting game. Imagine a turn based street fighter but with weapons and armor that you can change to out match your opponent.

New players start as a low level fighter and must win matches to earn XP and gold. XP can then be used to level up their fighter making them stronger with more ability points to allocate. Gold can be used to buy new weapons and armor from the marketplace to give your fighter the edge it needs. As your fighter levels up you will enter new arenas to battle, getting you higher level rewards.

Fighting a match is heavily based on dice rolls to introduce some element of luck and randomness to both players. The first round there is an initiative roll to see who goes first. Read More...

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