Thetan Arena - First Playthrough
Best Crytpo Mobile MOBA Game By Far
My first playthrough of Thetan Arena was full of heart-pounding moments, achievements, 10 $gTHC, and wild battles that had me throwing my phone in both excitement and, at one point, dismay (more on that later).
- The Tutorial
- Pick Your Heroes
- Choose Your Battle Arena
- Let the Battle Begin
- The Fun
- The Dismay
- Play to Earn $gTHC
- In Summary
- More Info
While all the veteran players would love to skip the tutorial here, you, unfortunately, have to go through it. That’s okay though, it doesn’t take that long and you get to blow stuff up! New players will appreciate this too as they get used to the controls. For all of you new players out there, do know that this part of the game is very boring compared to what’s to come.
Pick Your Heroes
Next, you get to select some Heroes that are (by default) the original starting Heroes for everyone. These heroes are not NFT’s. These heroes are non-NFT Heroes that cannot be sold or traded. These non-NFT Heroes cannot earn you $gTHC directly (however you can earn $gTHC passively through achievements). Don’t worry, real NFT Heroes are available.
Choose Your Arena
At first, I was only given the option to play Solo Battle Royale or Death Match. Naturally, I chose Battle Royale (even though I was not ready). After finding a match, I was dropped off by a ship into the Battle Arena.
Let the Battle Begin
I met my teammate for the first time on the battlefield, who was a lot better than me in the first round. Turns out we won and I came through with the miraculous save after swooping around the corner and taking out both enemies with two huge blasts from my weapon. I was leaping for joy and threw up a high-five to my teammate through the air of the thousands or maybe hundreds of miles we are apart. Turns out you can send a thumbs-up emoji, still trying to figure that one out.
I decided to go SOLO Battle Royale after that. Let’s just say I had some fun learning how to die at first!
Getting to see all of the different Heroes in action is the bonus of playing early on. Although you don’t get access right away for FREE, you can still enjoy, learn, and earn!
I decided to head back to team play. I caught on by the third round. At this point, I am blasting my way through powerups and making sure I stick close to my teammate. Remember, both of you get powerups regardless of who destroys the box or collects it if you are in the vicinity.
Once I understood the basics, I began to understand the tactics involved. It takes getting destroyed a couple of times to learn from others what you are capable of doing in this game. It also takes experimenting with your many choices of weaponry, not to mention everything else that goes into a strategy or method of play.
I am inherently a PC Gamer. I’ve also played all the consoles and am an avid fan of where VR and AR are going. With that being said, I’ve played my fair share of Mobile Only games, and there have certainly been times I’ve almost thrown my phone or tablet across the room (sometimes in frustration or pure excitement).
Playing Thetan Arena was one of those times. Here’s the story:
The Battle Story:
In my latest Battle Royale, I had an awesome teammate who not only resurrected me once but saved me twice! My Teammate did this all while taking out four others who they had to fight on their own because I was waiting to be revived.
Once I got my second chance at life, my Teammate needed me more than ever. They just fought off two others and needed my help. I was revived just in time to come through with the big save. I tapped my phone screen to attack so fast that it went flying out of my hand, and I yelled “NOOOO!”
I picked up my phone to see both my teammate and I were defeated. I was so upset, I wish I could tell my teammate what happened. I guess they will have to come across this blog post to see. To that Thetan Arena Gamer out there, I’m sorry I couldn’t come through with the heroic save. You did awesome that round and deserved it, good luck moving forward.
Play to Earn $THC
After a few battles, I noticed my experience went up and I earned 10 $gTHG. I also saw that I could earn 10 more $gTHG if I continued playing. I really enjoyed playing the Tower Arena Mode.
Defense is more my style, and this Hero is perfect for that kind of playstyle. While I may have stuck back a little too much in this match, I feel like I did the most damage regardless. Turns out I got the MVP of this match!
First of all, I would like to thank my teammates, I couldn’t have done it without them. I’d go on but getting MVP on my first Tower Match seems like something I may be repeating often and well, you get the point. Still, getting the most kills in a game where you literally destroy your opponents is pretty cool.
The fact that I can have that much fun and earn a token of value from it still blows my mind! I love this, come join me and the 100+ thousands of other players playing to earn $gTHG on the battlefield of Thetan Arena.
Once you cool off from battle, start exploring all the game has to offer, like Power points and more.
I do plan on trying more Heroes and reporting back on my experience. It is important to point out again that the default Heroes do not earn you $gTHC directly. It seems even the Heroes in the shop are non-tradeable. I have yet to purchase one, but I’m assuming these are the NFT-Heroes that can earn you $gTHC in gameplay. I will need to spend more time playing and will update this blog post.
To conclude the first playthrough, playing Thetan Arena was a lot of fun! I hope you all try Thetan Arena, it is an experience everyone should try out. I earned some $gTHC pretty early on, I can’t wait to earn some more! What do you have to lose? It is FREE TO PLAY! YOU CAN EARN CRYPTO! JOIN THE FUN!
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