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What is Burn Rate

  • Burn Rate or Burn Value is the amount of DEC you will get if you "burn" or "delete" or "remove" the card from existence.
  • Burn Rate is also equal to the cards power. Add up the burn value of all the cards you own and you'll know your collection power.

General Information

  • BCX stands for Base Card eXperience. It indicates the number of individual cards that have been combined together to make up this card.
  • The value in Yellow box represents the Burn Value.
  • If you select the card and click the symbol in Red box, the card will cease to exist and you will receive the burn value in your DEC balance.
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Detailed Information

  • Alpha edition cards can be converted into Beta edition.
  • Old Reward cards have more burn value. Their card edge design is different.
  • Serpentine Mystic was the last old (beta) reward card (id = 223)
  • Barking Spider is the first new (untamed) reward card (id = 225).
  • You can differentiate between reward cards by their ID.
  • When you combine a card to maximum level, an additional 5% DEC bonus is given to you.
    • Example - Magnor has a burn value of 1000 DEC. It requires 11 BCX Magnor cards to bring it to lvl 4 (max it out)
      • 10 BCX - burn value = 10 * 1000 = 10,000
      • 11 BCX - burn value = 11 * 1000 * 105% = 11,550
      • 12 BCX - burn value = 12 * 1000 * 105% = 12,600


Table View

REGULAR FOIL
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EDITION
ALPHA / BETA alpha / PROMO BETA / REWARD UNTAMED / DICE / REWARD CHAOS / REWARD
RARITY COMMON 30 15 10 5
RARE 120 60 40 20
EPIC 600 300 200 100
LEGENDARY 3,000 1,500 1,000 500
GOLD FOIL
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EDITION
ALPHA / BETA alpha / PROMO BETA / REWARD UNTAMED / DICE / REWARD CHAOS / REWARD
RARITY COMMON 1,500 750 500 125
RARE 6,000 3,000 2,000 500
EPIC 30,000 15,000 10,000 2500
LEGENDARY 150,000 75,000 50,000 12500


Illustration View of Burn Value

Different editions of cards have different burn values.

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