Splinterlands Power Chart

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So now with the newest addition of cards that you can obtain through Rewards, the amount of Power that each card provides has been tuned down. If you are able to see, you will realise that the amount of power each card provides for it's respective rarity tier is decreasing. This really puts early adopters in a much favourable position.

Also, this really got me wondering. So, what happens after more expansions are introduced? Will they continue to decrease the Power? Probably eventually we might even have 1 common card to provide 1 power, and this will really discourage new players to join in, which will further hurt the economy!

I enjoy the game, but I am concern about the outlook.

Credits to @draicor for this wonderful table. Please do have a look at his post. Link as shown
https://peakd.com/hive-13323/@draicor/splinterlands-updated-cards-power-chart-dec-burning



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Hey! well, the way I see it, its pretty much the same so far.
The market is going to decide the price of every card, but, at least with gold foil cards, the price is set by the amount of power the card has. Usually, a new edition gold foil reward card has 1/4 of the untamed gold foil card, and the price is adjusting to 1/4 too. Sometimes cheaper, something more expensive.
You are missing something important. The amount of reward cards that can still be looted from the chests is huge. Its been two weeks and the price of this cards is really low and there is over 95% left of the total amount of rewards card that can still be found/looted. Even if the price doesn't drop further, you can just found those cards playing the game, so anyone can still raise their power just by doing the daily quests and increasing their rating for the end of season rewards.

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Yea, thanks so much for replying! Yea, I am just wondering. Do you think future power of cards will continue to decrease? I am just concerned about that. What do you think?

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Hey man, no problem. Thanks for tagging me here ^^
Hmm, depends on the amount of cards they are going to print. This new cards from the reward edition are supposed to be a chance for every new player to acquire a playing deck, and the high offer lower the prices and incentivize people to combine and burn cards, and also change the strategies of gameplay as well.
Overall, I think its a good idea, because if they release new cards with the same burn power as the previous ones, the price of the already existing cards could drop and that would affect the market. They are protecting the market and the players that have more than a month playing and investing in this game.
Look at it like this. If you need 1000 power, you could buy a untamed legendary card for like $30. or you could buy 2 legendary cards of the new rewards edition (2 x 500 power = 1000 power), for like $10 each (for example).
Maybe you want to buy the $30 card because its useful to your strategy, like, Ancient lich for example. Or maybe you just want the power so you buy the cheaper one.
In two years from now maybe the cards will have 1 power (common cards) on a new edition, and the legendary could have 250 power, but maybe it costs $5 lol so, yeah.. the market will correct itself.. and if it doesn't, the Splinterlands team will make decisions to protect it (hopefully).
I'm glad they add new cards into the game, because it keeps the game fresh and the more people join the game, the more expensive the old ones get, because of the low circulation, so this was great.
Also remember, they could add more packs of cards that have low circulation and higher power, and they will be priced higher too.

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