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It's a Game of Thrones meets South Park Battle Royale!
The IMX Rancid Royals have the Krypto Kingdom under siege, and our friends at Candy Mountain are fighting sweet tooth and nail to escape their oppressive rule! In the latest attack, they've started melting Candy Mountain with a flurry of artificially sweetened clouds! Now the Candy Mountain crew has little time to retaliate, cause at this rate the perma-frosting won't last long...
Grab your dessert fork (and knives) cause we're prepared for battle!
10,000 Royals Will Be Minted
Building a backstory-based NFT!
Ever wonder what your NFT's life was like before they arrived in your wallet? We are working to expand our NFTs with a group of talented writers who work in fantasy, romance, and the comic book world!!! Pre-order our writer Alys Arden's DC Comic: Zatanna, Jewel of the Graveyard now! As we plan phase 2, will be a collaborative story-based NFT project that will evolve your NFT's backstories, side-quests and more!
Every Rancid Royal is truly unique. Each one has a 1 in 500,000 chance of ever being created. With over 299 traits, which one do you relate to the most? Is it the Prince of Puke? Is the Queen of Candy deserving to wear the crown? Or will you back the Joker of the Undead to rise up and rule? All Royals are not created equal, and some are much rarer to find. For example:
The Undead Army (1%)
Non-Binary Prince/Princesses (10%)
Broadsword Warrior (12%)
Crowned Royal (12%)
Bourgeoisie Pox Marks (15%)
Yes, 20% of all royals will have LGBTQ+ metadata! But don't worry we will also have bi and straight metadata toooooo, but it's pretty common. 😉 All our personality metadata will strive to be as colorful and varied as the real world, well except maybe for the undead. But hey, there can be non-binary undead too!
About the Artist:
Lucas Stoffel (lucasstoffel.com) is an award winning LGBTQ+ artist who's spent the last 20 years between NYC and SE Asia. He's had 5 major gallery exhibitions in NYC including one with the global awards show The Art Directors Club. Because of his consistent showings and press, GLAAD recognized Stoffel as one of their Top 100 artists in 2012.