Chibi Fighters enjoys great popularity within the DGaming Industry because it enables people to have fun and earn money by playing to their strengths. You can PvP, breed new Chibis, adventure and earn new loot, buy and resell assets on the market, and more. And the best thing is that there are Chibis that fit your playing style, you just need to know how to pick them!
What Are Chibi Fighters?
Chibi Fighters revolves around two things; the players and their Chibis. Chibis are digital friends that are ready to die for you once they're yours, which they do quite often if you like PvP. But Chibis don't actually die because they exist on the Ethereum blockchain. They're ERC-721 tokens you and no one else own. Consequently, you are the only one who decides the fate of your Chibis both in and outside the game.
This means that you are free to send your Chibis in Adventures, Hunts, or Butchers. If you don't know what these things are, don't worry; the game is extremely user-friendly. In fact, there's a whole section on Gamepedia dedicated to Chibi Fighters, so feel free to read it and learn more about the game.
Aside from sending your Chibis to Adventures and slaying other players in Slashers, you're able to trade, sell, gift and buy Chibis whenever and however you want. And you're able to do so not just for some worthless in-game currency, but in Ether or TRX. So even though the game is all fun and laughs, you can make some serious money playing it. All you need is the right tools, of course.
What Must I Consider?
If you prefer PvP, you'll need Chibi with Frenzy. If you like adventuring, then you'll go for Chibis with Globetrotters. And if you want to bring more stuff from your adventures, you'll get yourself a Lab Crazy Chibi. Frenzy, Globetrotters, Laby Crazy; these are all in-game traits of Chibis. They’re tied to other things, like Rarity, Generation and gear.
There are Common, Uncommon, Rare, Mythic and Legendary Chibis. Then there's the Chibis' Generation, which determines cooldown timings on Adventuring and Breeding. Both of these actions make your Chibis tired (especially Adventures) which is why the Chibis need rest after each of these actions.
To make things simple for you, here's a list of most important things you need to keep in mind when selecting your Chibis:
- Generation - generation impacts cooldowns. The lower the generation, the more valuable your Chibi is.
- Rarity - if you obtain a Legendary Chibi, you're the legend! Less rare are Mythic, Rare, Uncommon and Common.
- Attributes - pick Chibis with attributes you prefer. If you think you'll spend most of your time Adventuring and gathering/selling loot, pick Chibis with Globetrotter, Lab Crazy or similar abilities.
But this is all abstract, so let's go through these stats by example, shall we?
Meet Our Legends
U85cdu982du9aee - AKA Blue Haired - Why wouldn’t the rarest and most valuable Chibi Fighter also have the weirdest name in-game? U85 is a Founder Legendary Chibi addicted to Fusion. He also has the Frenzy trait, so he often goes berserk in battles versus everyone and everything.
U85 is one of the most powerful Chibis in-game. It has superb Physic, amazing Reflexes (with 50% crit chance), and quite a lot of energy thanks to his high-level Brainpower. U85 is unique. He’s one of a kind. He has beautiful hair. He’s a must-buy!
Mr.Mantou - Mr.Mantou looks cool, but he’s actually a psycho. With his long axe, he has killed many enemies. Like U85, he has amazing Physic, Brainpower and Reflexes, and a crit chance of 50%. He’s not a legendary Chibi though, but Mythic, which is why it’s less valuable than U85.
He’s a Founder Chibi though, which makes it extremely rare. But none of these things make Mr.Mantou a psychopathic Chibi. What makes him a psychopath are the two Frenzy traits that increase his damage by 60% (the traits stack). So if you prefer PvP, this is the Chibi for you.
Stomper - Stomper is undoubtedly one of the coolest looking Chibis ever. It's also a Legendary Chibi, and only 2% of all Chibis in-game are Legendary. Stomper also has 2 Mystery traits, and only 4% of Chibis have these traits.
We can't tell you much about these traits because they're still, well, a mystery. What we know for a fact is that only bosses and some Chibis have them and that these traits unlock special powers in-game. Stomper also has a 43.2% crit chance! Yep, Stomper is quite good at stomping things.
Less Expensive, Still Powerful
The DGaming Festival brings you many other Chibis alongside our top 3 Chibis. These Chibis aren't as cool as U85 or Stomper, but they're perfect for traders, beginners, and even collectors. Not all are here though; to view all go to our Store!
Zeus - Zeus is a Common Chibi with 2x Lab Crazy traits, meaning that it has greater chances of finding unique items. Did you hear that item flippers? Buy the God Zeus, get the loot, sell it, repeat. Oh btw, Zeus also has the Rage trait, which only 1% of Chibis have. This trait gives Zeus 20% more DMG in Hunts/PvPs.
Percival - Percival is a Common Chibi born to fight; that's literally the only thing Percival is capable of. But he's excellent at it, thanks to his Frenzy, No Horses! and Splashproof traits. Percival inherited Frenzy from his parents, a trait that increases his DMG in battles by 30%. He doesn't like horses do, and will take more time while scavenging.
Super Chibi - This Common Chibi is known for his Trick or Treat+ trait, which gives him 10% of dealing double damage each round. Now that's scary! Super Chibi also has the Endurance trait which gives him 10% more health. Last we have the Globetrotter trait, which helps Super Chibi be more successful in scavenging, obtaining shards, lowering Hunt cooldowns, and more.
Super Chibi - Another Common Chibi named Super Chibi. This one's also super fighter thanks to the Firestorm trait (only 1% of all Chibis have it). But don't disregard his Globetrotter+ and No Horses!+ traits. The combination of these two traits makes this Super Chibi perfect for finding Shards!