Goard — World’s First Functional Multiverse Hero – War Of Crypto – Medium
Imagine using a War of Crypto Hero in more than one game. 🤔
A moment where you can use that Hero in one game and jump into another game with that same Hero.
Well… that time has come!
We are proud to present you all the world’s first functional multiverse item, Goard!
Utilizing Enjin’s blockchain technology, Goard will be the first character that users can progress and advance by playing multiple games! Goard originates as a War of Crypto hero, which will be available in the Early Access sale on November 10th, and once obtained can be used in a Minecraft universe, PokéFind.
While Goard originates from War of Crypto, Goard owners will be able to use his multiverse powers and be able to battle him against Pokémon and other Minecraft players on PokéFind as soon as November 10th.
Instead of writing about how this all works, let me show you!
If you happen to get a Goard, please make sure to email use at email@example.com with your Minecraft username, War of Crypto email address and username.
What would it be like to be punched in the face by a mountain? Step into the ring with Goard, and he’ll make sure you’re the first to know.
When the Centrized first arrived and realized taking this planet would be a real challenge, they began adding some soldiers to their ranks, starting with those who were already evil on Crypta, and then making a few of their own.
Goard is a case of the latter, a creature crafted by Iratus from the side of a Deskarus cliff and held together by some of the densest crypto in the known universe.
This crypto’s energy is so immense, it not only holds his unimaginably heavy arms with ease, but it can swing them around with blinding speed.
I know what you’re thinking: just knock him over! But simply trying to push Goard off his feet has claimed more than a few lives.
Goard may well be the Centrized perfect warrior — he has no past, no prejudice, no lust for power. He is instead an amoral hunk of earth and crypto that wants nothing more than to make Iratus, his creator, proud.
So if you see him coming, you should probably hide. (Running just makes him angry.)