Buying Cards

There are five ways to obtain a card:
1) Buying at the pre-sale. This is probably your best option, because you’ll be able to purchase cards (in closed Mystery Boxes) at the best price and pay with BNB (Binance Coin).
2) Buy a Mystery Box. Limited to the first 3000 units, after which these boxes can only be obtained through crafting. Every Mystery Box contains a random L1 vehicle from the pool. The price of one box is set higher than on Stage 1 of Pre-Sale.
Note that the probability of getting a specific vehicle from a box differs depending on the design: all 40 vehicles have different probabilities, even though they are all Level 1.
3) Merging. If you have three identical cards (same vehicle, same level), you can merge them into one higher-level card for the same vehicle. This will give you better chances in future battles, so it’s always worth merging if you have three eligible cards.
You’ll get a notification in the Garage tab once a merge is available. The resulting vehicle will be fully repaired (0 damage), even if the original three cars were damaged.
Note that this is the only way to ‘level up’ within the game in Phase 1 (though you can buy a higher-level NFT on in-game marketplace).
4) Buying on the built-in marketplace. Here users can freely re-sell NFT cards of all levels and resources for $ROW tokens. Since the marketplace runs off-chain (like most of the gameplay), there are no gas fees.
The marketplace can come in very handy when you have two identical cards and want to obtain a third to merge them. Also, the marketplace will enable users to buy L2 and higher-level vehicles, which can’t be obtained from Mystery Boxes. Selling the cards you’ve mined in the marketplace can provide a side source of income.
5) Buying an NFT on an external marketplace. Vehicle cards can be minted as real NFTs on the BSC blockchain and traded on external marketplaces like any other non-fungible collectibles. In Phase 2, Rage on Wheels will have its own NFT marketplace.