Voxie Tactics is a retro-styled tactical RPG heavily influenced and inspired by the vein of classical 1990s and early 2000s tactics games, but with some modern twists sprinkled in and some updated gameplay mechanics to make the game feel both nostalgic and modern at the same time. The game features 2 core gameplay modes - Exploration and Battling, as well as many ancillary RPG gameplay mechanics that you would expect from any Role-Playing Game.

The Voxie NFT project consists of 10,000 genesis Voxie characters with 20 classes, 10 races, 20 Companion types, countless physical attributes and multiple weapons, items and visual cosmetic elements. No two Voxie in the NFT series are the same.

Player-owned Voxies provide an enhanced playing and earning experience beyond the Free to Play aspects of the Voxie Tactics game and enhance the player experience in the following ways:

  • Higher rate of in-game rewards (NFT items and VOXEL tokens) through improved RNG (Random Number Generation) in Exploration mode.
  • Having access to certain weapons and items already contained in the NFT token.
  • Some Voxies in the NFT series have a companion pet already included, so will not need to find a companion pet in the game to help with certain gameplay elements.
  • Some rarer Voxie NFT classes and races will only be available to Voxie NFT holders.
  • The original 10,000 Voxie NFTs will be the only ones that can mint (e.g. create) new next-generation Voxie NFTs.

You can find the full list of Voxie NFT classes at https://voxies.io/classes/ and races at https://voxies.io/races/.

A player is NOT required to own a Voxie NFT character in order to play either the exploration mode or the PVP arenas. Free to Play players can even earn rewards!

Story & Lore

In a world where cryptocurrency realities and gaming tropes are on every adventurer's mind, Voxies will rise and make a stand against third-party intermediaries and excessive regulation. 

They will embark upon an incredible journey of discovery across all corners of the Voxchain, uniting only the bravest of allies behind the one player who must stake everything to bring about a new world order. 

It will be up to the player to unravel the mystery, craft their own fate, and join the DeFiance.

Exploration Mode

The exploration mode is presented as a story-driven experience that will allow players to freely explore the world of Voxie Tactics and encounter many different adventuring experiences as they uncover the backstory of the game and explore its vibrant world. There are many hidden surprises to uncover as you play and explore, and multiple different ways you can approach different problems you will undoubtedly encounter in the world.

In Exploration mode, players will traverse multiple locations and play through questlines to explore diverse biomes, monsters and NPCs (non-playing characters). Players will be taking part in battles against computer-controlled monsters and villains to earn VOXEL Tokens and NFT item rewards.

Different Biomes

The developers plan to expand the Exploration mode of Voxie Tactics as they grow the world and ecosystem, continually bringing new experiences and exciting new places for players to explore. Some of the exciting and vibrant biomes that will be available in Voxie Tactics include: 

  • Grassy Hills
  • Desert
  • Snowy Tundra
  • Swamps
  • Volcanic Mountains
  • Cybernetic Realm
  • Underground Caverns 


Battling in Voxie Tactics takes the form of turn-based actions, with Voxies moving and taking actions one after the other. Which Voxie character will go first and the general move order is calculated based on each Voxie's statistics as well as other factors in the game. Therefore, it is important to understand the flow of battle to be able to defeat your foes.

Turn Phases

During each Voxie's turn, there are 3 types of actions a Voxie can take:

  • First, a MOVE action – This action allows Voxies to traverse the battle map and position themselves strategically to allow for better combat advantages.

  • Second, an ACTION – This will usually take the form of an attack, a special ability or a spell to gain an advantage during battle. However, there are some exceptions (such as defending, or other "special" abilities).

  • The EQUIP action can be used to switch a Voxie's equipment (armor and weapons) in the middle of a battle. However, this uses up the Voxie's action phase, so they cannot attack in the same turn after switching equipment.

Note: Unlike equipment, Voxies cannot change their companion pets in the middle of battle. Whichever pet a Voxie decided to take into battle with them has to remain with them for the full duration of the battle.

There is a turn order toggle in the Options menu that can be used to consult the turn order of the Voxies in battle. This turn order queue will also indicate any skills or actions that are queued up and waiting to be executed.


Facing Direction

During combat, all Voxies face one of four cardinal directions: north, east, south, or west. The facing direction of a Voxie affects a number of different aspects of the battle and has an impact on how successful combat moves can be. For example, melee attacks have a much higher chance of hitting when done from behind, a slightly higher chance of success from the sides, and finally the lowest hit percentage when attacking from the front.

At the end of a Voxie's turn (movement and action phases), the player has the option of choosing which direction the Voxie will face before the next character's turn. Carefully choosing the best facing direction will give a Voxie greater combat advantages.


Damage Types

A number of different damage types and status effects can be applied during battle. The most basic distinction between damage types is that attacks are either MELEE attacks, RANGED attacks, or MAGICAL attacks. Melee attacks must be carried out when directly adjacent to a Voxie, with the disadvantage that the enemy can immediately counter them with a counter-attack. Ranged attacks are carried out over a distance and generally cannot be countered by the target. Finally, magical attacks are special skills and abilities that are "cast" by Voxies.

Many attacks and abilities are linked to an element in the game. These elements augment your attacks and can be useful for doing additional damage or applying special after-effects to a target. An example of some of the elemental types in the game are:

  • Fire
  • Ice
  • Lightning
  • Poison
  • Holy

Various status effects can drastically change the outcome of a battle, so players should watch out for these. To become a master of the deep tactical gameplay in Voxie Tactics, understanding the different status effects and how they can alter a battle is paramount. Some examples of status effects are:

  • Haste – Makes Voxies have their turn phase quicker.
  • Stop – Stops Voxies from moving and taking action for a certain number of turns.
  • Stone – Petrify a character and turn them to stone.
  • Regen – Applies a beneficial buff that heals periodically.
  • Frozen – Encases a target in pure ice, stopping them from acting; any damage shatters the ice.
  • Confusion – Causes a target to randomly move and attack.
  • Sleep – Puts a target to sleep until they are awoken to fight again.

Charging Attacks

Certain attacks and abilities in Voxie Tactics are not instant and take a number of turns to "charge". Obvious examples of this are powerful mage spells, or physical skills that the Voxie needs time to prepare. Players can see the turn time of a spell or ability when choosing which spell to cast or which ability to select during the ACTION phase of the turn.

Any skill or spell that takes more than 1 turn to execute will be added to the turn queue. When they reach the top of the queue, the effect of the spell or skill will execute. Some spells can be cast either on a targeted character or a map tile. When casting a delayed spell that will take a number of turns to execute, players must be careful to check that the target will still be in the area of effect when the spell will execute.


Certain terrain features and tiles on the map have an impact on the actions that a Voxie can perform. They can also hinder the movement of a Voxie, as well as modify the statistics of actions. A good example of this is that when a Voxie is standing below another character, or on lower terrain, they will usually suffer a penalty when fighting a Voxie on a higher tile. Another example is the existence of elemental enhancements for standing on different types of terrain tiles.

Winning Conditions

Each battle in Voxie Tactics has a victory condition that must be satisfied to win the battle. In the most obvious situation, the player will need to defeat all opposing team members to win the battle. However, there are a number of more complex winning conditions that the player must satisfy for certain battles. Some examples are as follows:

  • Defeat all enemies.
  • Defeat a "boss" enemy character.
  • Survive a certain number of turns without being defeated by the enemy team.
  • Rescue an NPC character from enemies.
  • Reach a certain point on the map with your party.

This list is not exhaustive, and there may be additional victory conditions that the player will discover when playing Voxie Tactics. It is also important to remember that there are some "instant loss" conditions as well, which will cause the player to automatically lose the match if they are met.

In-Game Stats

Voxie Tactics contains many statistics and numbers affecting gameplay. These stats are important to core gameplay mechanics. Therefore, it is crucial to understand how these statistics affect the different aspects of the game to be effective during battles.

Each Voxie possesses "base stats", which can be boosted by leveling up your Voxie, and also by equipping different weapons and armor in the game. For example, if a Voxie equips a powerful sword, this may increase their strength stat, allowing them to do more damage when attacking.

Below is a brief rundown of each statistic in the game, along with indications of how these affect gameplay.


Strength is used as the main statistic for figuring how much damage will be applied upon attacking. This affects melee attacks, ranged attacks, or any physical skills (for example, the Ranger’s charge attacks, or the Samurai’s spin attack).

A number of classes in Voxie Tactics rely heavily on Strength as their main stat, such as:

  • Warrior
  • Knight
  • Robo
  • Monster


Dexterity is an indication of how flexible and versatile your Voxie is in combat. This can be very useful for classes that rely on precision and strategic advantages in battle, over pure strength. Dexterity is used to figure out the general hit chance and critical hit rates of attacks. It is also used for evasion and dodge calculations.

Classes that use Dexterity as their main stat include:

  • Ranger
  • Hawknight
  • Samurai
  • Ninja


Intelligence is a measure of how wise Voxie is. It is used in-game to calculate the damage of magical attacks and other magic-based skills (for example, the Samurai’s Spirit Slash).

Most mages rely on Intelligence as their main stat, but some other classes also require high intelligence, such as:

  • Druid
  • Priest
  • Black Mage
  • Necromancer
  • Chemist


Luck is a stat that dictates how fortunate a Voxie is. Luck can affect multiple different aspects of the game, both in Exploration mode and during battles. For example, a Voxie with high luck may land more critical attacks despite having a lower-than-average dexterity (luck is an additional modifier to critical hits, outside of the base value from dexterity), or even find more rewards in Voxie Tactics.

Luck is also the main stat used in some classes, such as:

  • Pirate
  • Bard
  • Thief


Armor is an important statistic that keeps Voxies safe and sound during combat. All Voxies have some degree of armor, mostly augmented by equipping armor items such as a Mage's Robes or a Knight's Shield. Essentially, having a higher armor value is critical in reducing the amount of damage a Voxie will take when attacked by enemies.

Health and Magic

Every Voxie has a base amount of health and magic in Voxie Tactics (HP and MP). Health is used to indicate the life of a Voxie, while magic is used as an energy meter, utilized to cast spells or use skills and abilities. Not all Voxies use magic and their energy meter are different for various classes. Here is a rundown of the different energy meters for different classes:

  • Mages (Black Mage, Priest, etc.) – MP
  • Warrior, Monster – Rage
  • Thief, Ninja – Combo Points
  • Knight – Honor
  • Samurai – Focus
  • Robo – Charge

Different classes have different ways to recharge their skill meter, from drinking an ether potion to restore MP, to Robos having to power down to recharge.

Knocked Out

Once a Voxie's health reaches 0 during battle, they are knocked out and will not be able to move or take any actions unless they are raised (resurrected) by an ally during battle. If any knocked-out Voxie is unconscious for a certain number of turns, they are removed from the battle permanently. This can be seen in the form of a countdown timer above the knocked-out Voxie.


Much like any traditional role-playing game, Voxie Tactics allows players to level up their Voxies and progress through different stages of improvement for their characters. This will help give the player a sense of accomplishment and also form the main backbone of the progression through the game.

During the core gameplay of Voxie Tactics and during battles, Voxie characters will gain experience for successfully completing actions (such as attacking and casting spells). Once a certain threshold of experience is gained, Voxie characters will progress to the next level.

The main advantage of leveling up Voxie characters is to increase their base stats and increase the power of their combat abilities, however, there are other advantages to increasing their level, such as being able to equip more advanced weapons and items that might have certain level restrictions. For example, an axe that has a powerful trigger ability might require a Voxie character to be level 6 or above before being able to use it.

The statistics of a Voxie that are increased with each level up are the following:

  • Health - HP
  • Magic - MP (or other energy meter values)
  • Strength
  • Dexterity
  • Intelligence

The Armor, Movement and Luck of a Voxie will not increase when they level up and these stats will need to be increased by other methods (such as equipping better items or other stat augments).

Also is it worth noting that not all classes have the same stat increases for levels. For example, a Mage class could increase their intelligence more when they level up, as opposed to a warrior that would increase their strength more.

The level cap of a Voxie in Voxie Tactics is currently set at 20 and there are key milestones during the levels 5, 10, 15 and 20 (this can be seen on the Switching Classes page).

Switching Classes

For a nominal VOXEL Token fee in the Voxie Tactics marketplace, players will be able to switch the in-game class for their Voxies. The class change functionality will unlock after reaching certain level milestones. The new class will replace the one currently assigned to the Voxie in-game and they will have access to the skills and abilities for the new class.

The source Voxie NFT will never change its meta-data and will be traded or sold to other players with Voxie's original class.

Example: A player owns a Knight class Voxie. Once this Voxie character hits certain level milestones (lvl 5, lvl 10, lvl 15, and lvl 20) the owner decides to pay a VOXEL Token fee to change their Knight to the Warrior class. After the class change, the Voxie is represented as a Warrior within the Voxie Tactics environment. However, if the player decides to sell this Voxie on the secondary market, it will be sold as a Knight. 

Class changes in Voxie Tactics are limited to certain groupings. This is to ensure a fair balance and stable population of classes across the game and player base. Classes are restricted to the following groupings for the purpose of class changes:

Magic Users

  • Black Mage
  • White Mage
  • Priest
  • Necromancer

Front-Line Fighters

  • Squire
  • Knight
  • Warrior
  • Ninja

Utility Characters

  • Ranger
  • Monk
  • Bard
  • Druid
  • Thief

Other Classes

  • Robots – Cannot change class
  • Monsters – Cannot change class

Special Classes 

No other character class can change into the special classes, and these special classes themselves cannot change into other classes:

  • Time Mage
  • Samurai
  • Chemist
  • Pirate
  • Hawknight

Only Voxie NFTs are eligible for class changes. Free-to-play Voxie characters that players recruit in the game will not be eligible to change classes. Therefore, if a player wants to play with a certain class in the game, but doesn't possess this class directly with their owned Voxies, they will need to find and recruit the specific class to play them.

Companion Pets

In addition to representing a fun collectible challenge for players in Voxie Tactics, companion pets also provide benefits to gameplay, both in Exploration mode and also during battles.

There are currently 20 companion pets in Voxie Tactics. These can be acquired in two different ways: first, by having a pet directly attached to a Voxie NFT character; or second, by finding pets directly in Voxie Tactics during gameplay. 

There are some exceptional pets in addition to the standard 20, such as the special edition Giraffe Pet or the Golden Pet reward for collecting all pets in the game.

Each companion pet will have one unique exploration ability and one unique in-battle ability to assist the player in a variety of circumstances. You can read about all the different pets on the Voxies website: https://voxies.io/pets/ 

Each Voxie can take a companion into battle with them, assuming the player has acquired enough companion pets for all Voxies in the party. Companion pets are limited to the number of characters in a battle; meaning that if there are 3 party members in a battle, each of them can equip a single companion pet to aid them.

Every companion pet acquired by the player can be used by any Voxie in the party roster menu and must be assigned ahead of the battle. Players will not need to include the Voxie NFT that contains the companion itself in the party during a battle to utilize a specific companion. The companion pet simply needs to be equipped ahead of the fight to another character that will be used in battle.

Note: Unlike equipment, Voxies cannot change their companion pets in the middle of a battle. Whichever pet a Voxie decided to take with them into battle must remain with them for the full battle.

Weapons and Items

There are hundreds of different weapons and items in Voxie Tactics, with many more being added consistently through the live operations of the game, as well as post-launch. Part of the strategy to win battles in Voxie Tactics is making sure to bring the right weapons to the right fight.

Here are some of the initial weapons and item types players will come across in the game.

Melee Weapons

  • Swords (one-handed and two-handed)
  • Axes
  • Daggers
  • Maces
  • Scythes
  • Hammers
  • Spears
  • Katanas

Ranged Weapons

  • Bows
  • Crossbows
  • Pistols

Magic Weapons

  • Wands
  • Staffs
  • Magic Artifacts


  • Pendants
  • Shields


  • Helmets
  • Hoods
  • Chest Armor
  • Robes
  • Boots
  • Gloves

Damage Types and Status Effects

Some weapons and items will come with special elemental damage types and effects. These will tend to be rarer items, or items that were crafted to be infused with a specific elemental damage type.

Here is a brief rundown of the different elemental types encountered in Voxie Tactics:

  • Fire – Inflicts the Burn status effect.
  • Water – Has slowing properties.
  • Ice – Creates the Freeze effect.
  • Wind – Has additional knockback potential.
  • Lightning – Shocks enemies, potentially stunning them.
  • Poison – Inflicts the Poison status effect, which periodically damages the target.
  • Holy – Inflicts additional damage to the undead.
  • Dark (Unholy)

Certain targets that are attuned to particular elements will get additional bonus damage or immunity depending on what the elemental type used for the attack.

For example: An Ice Titan boss in the Snow/Tundra biome will be immune to ice damage and to the Freeze effect, but will take additional bonus damage from Fire or Burn effects.

Rarity Tiers of Weapons and Items

Each weapon and item in the game will be assigned a rarity tier. Rarity tiers can be improved through by infusing damage or effects types in the Crafting module.

Rarity will correspond to an item's effectiveness or damage, with rarer tiers inflicting higher damage on average than the lower tier weapons. However, even within the same rarity tier, each weapon will have different damage ranges or stat increase capabilities.

Equipment Slots

The following equipment slots are available to equip weapons, items and armor to Voxies:

  • Main Hand
  • Off Hand
  • Head
  • Chest
  • Hands
  • Feet
  • Accessory
  • Companion

Players can change a Voxie's equipment in the party roster screen, and even during battles. However, using an EQUIP action during a Voxie's turn uses the ACTION phase for that turn, and the Voxie that changed their equipment will be unable to take any other action until their next turn.

A full list of our current weapons and items will be viewable on the official Voxies website: https://voxies.io/items-weapons-armor/ once the game is launched and live. Seasonal rewards available for the PVP arenas can also be consulted on the "Items" page of the website.


The Voxie Tactics PVP Arenas will consist of 2 PVP modes, called The Arena (Draft Mode) and The Extreme Arena.  

Each mode will have its own benefits and prize structure, allowing players to compete against their friends and other players from around the world to see who is the fiercest Voxie Tactics player of them of all, all while winning amazing rewards along the way.

Do you have what it takes to rise to the top of the Voxie Tactics Arenas, or will you crumble under the pressure?

The Arena (Draft Mode)

The Arena will be made up entirely of free-to-play stock Voxie characters (12 characters of varying races and class mixtures) and 24 weapons and items per 'season' which will last between 2-3 months depending on the season. All battles will consist of 3 Voxies versus 3 Voxies with the players battling until all Voxies for one team have been downed and a winner is declared.

In order to enter the Arena, the players will pay a VOXEL Token fee where they will have 3 'lives' before being eliminated. The player’s goal is to get as many wins as possible before being eliminated from the Arena to get the highest reward tier they can get during a season.

There will be 5 ranking tiers within the Arena and each tier will have a higher reward output than the previous (mix of VOXEL Tokens and NFT weapons and items).

Once a player is eliminated they are able to go back into the arena and start the process again at 0 wins in the current tier they ended by paying to VOXEL Tokens to enter the arena again. With the exception being if they reach Tier 5 in which case they will stay in tier 5 and not be eliminated for the remainder of the season. They will take their highest ranking per season as their reward.

The Arena ranking tiers will be set up in the following manner (the tiers are subject to change each season at AlwaysGeeky Games digression):

Seasonal Arena Reward Tiers:

  • Tier 0 - Less than 5 wins without being eliminated.
  • Tier 1 - 5 wins without being eliminated.
  • Tier 2 - 10 wins without being eliminated.
  • Tier 3 - 15 wins without being eliminated.
  • Tier 4 - 25 wins without being eliminated.
  • Tier 5 - 40 wins without being eliminated.
  • Within Tier 5 - Top 100 ELO scores during the season will be on individual ladder.

Once a player reaches the Tier 5 they will stay in that tier for the remainder of that season and battle other players within that tier on an individual ranking ladder that will either be ranked for top 100 (subject to change depending on the total pool of Arena participants) with each ladder ranking in Tier 5 having a slightly higher reward value. Rewards will consist of VOXEL tokens, in-game items, weapons and maybe a few more surprises.

There will be 12 stock Voxie Characters and 24 weapons/items in the Arena available to players to choose from. However, a player will only be able to select a subset of the total list at random for this entry into the arena.

The player will use this party for the duration of their time in the Arena until they are eliminated. They will also be given the option after each match to lose one of their lives to 'reroll' the character and weapon options. This would give them another 6 random stock characters and 12 random stock weapons to select a new party. The goal of this is so that Voxie Tactics players get skilled at using a variety of party makeups and character class types instead of focusing on a single 'meta build'.

At the end of each season, the Voxie characters and items will be refreshed by the AlwaysGeeky Games team with new Voxie characters and weapon/item combinations.

The Extreme Arena

This Extreme Arena will be Free to Play and will allow players to use any of the same set of free-to-play stock characters from the standard arena outlined in the previous PVP draft arena.

In addition to those free-to-play characters; players can use any items or Voxies that they own at the time of their match including all rarity tiers (Common, Uncommon, Rare, Epic, Legendary and Godly Voxies and weapons).

In this Extreme Arena format, a player enters the extreme arena and will immediately fall into one of 5 tiers (see below). Each player’s ranking will be impacted by each game they play during the season weighted on number of wins and win / loss ratio.

These rankings in the Extreme Arena will be important because they will account for a % of the PVE earn rate for Voxies.

AlwaysGeeky Games will award prizes based on ladder tiers and then to top 100 ELO scores individuals (subject to change depending on the Extreme size). Players will only be battling other players in their tier unless there are no players available in which case the closest ranked player available will be selected by the matchmaking system.

Seasonal Extreme Arena Reward Tiers:

  • Tier 0 - 1 win during the season.
  • Tier 1 - 5 wins during the season, ELO score ranking for matching.
  • Tier 2 - top 75% during the season (tiers 2-5).
  • Tier 3 - top 25% during the season (tiers 2-5).
  • Tier 4 - top 10% during the season (tiers 2-5).
  • Tier 5 - Top 100 ELO scores during the season (tiers 2-5).

The Extreme Arena ELO score and ranking tier will impact your ability to earn (see more details in the Earning and Rewards page, for the full criteria impacting your earning potential)


Voxie Tactics will have its own marketplace allowing players to safely and securely buy, sell, loan, trade and craft Voxie assets. This will be represented both through an in-game interface and a web interface on a traditional marketplace website.

Buying / Selling

Players will be able to buy and sell either in direct sales, private sales, or public timed auctions in the in-game marketplace. AlwaysGeeky Games feel that player ownership of items and a player-driven economy is paramount in the newest blockchain-powered games, and therefore we allow players the freedom to fully own, buy and sell their assets as they please.


Players will be able to trade Voxie NFTs, in-game items, weapon NFTs and virtual-only items such as consumables or crystals with other players.

AlwaysGeeky Games will use APIs of the most recent sales of the items and an average of the current prices of the items available to determine fee value.


Players will be able to loan their Voxie NFTs as well as their in-game weapons and items to other players, for a fee. They will be able to set the NFTs they want to loan, the loan duration and the loan fee type.

There will be 2 main loan functions to start:

  • Loaner charges an upfront fee to the Loanee.
  • Loaner charges a % of the VOXEL Tokens earned over the duration of the loan.


Crafting will be used to make create new NFT weapons and items by combining elements and parts of existing items. The purpose of crafting is to allow players to combine their owned assets to create more powerful and better versions of the weapons they already own. Crafting will work by allowing the player to combine elements, materials and base items/weapons, thereby creating new enhanced versions with better damage types, elemental properties and/or new abilities.

Class Changes

Changing a Voxie's class will take place by speaking to the corresponding "trainer" in game, or by visiting the marketplace. 


NOTE: Crafting is coming in a future update to Voxie Tactics and will not be available in the initial 1.0 release.

NOTE: Crafting is still being designed and lots of details and specifics are under review and subject to change.

Crafting in Voxie Tactics will consist of combining elemental materials with items or weapons, and also combining with a special item called Crystals to create a new enhanced NFT weapon or item, with new damage types, elemental effects and/or abilities.


Crystals are the fuel required to complete any infusion or crafting resulting in a newly minted weapon, item or Voxie (see Recruiting New Voxies). Crystals Shards can only be created through destroying items, weapons or elements in the game. Doing so will result in the player acquiring a certain amount of crystals shards depending on the item destroyed and it's properties (rarity, weapon class, power, etc.).

Crystals and Crystal Shards are special items in Voxie Tactics

Crystal Shards will be a virtual commodities only and will be the same rarity tier as the weapon/item that was destroyed. Once the player has acquired enough crystal shards, they will be able to combine a certain number of them to produce a Crystal, that can be used for crafting.

The Crystal that is created when combining crystal shards will be represented by an NFT item that the player can then sell and/or trade on the open Marketplace.

Crafting Example: A player wants to infuse fire damage into a rare tier Cutlass Sword weapon, to infuse it with a fire elemental attack. To do this a player will require 3 things:

  • A Cutlass Sword weapon
  • An Ember Stone elemental item
  • A crafting Crystal

Once the player possesses these items, they can see the in-game blacksmith (or use the browser marketplace) to combine these items and burn the consumables to create (mint) a new cutlass weapon NFT that has the fire

Recruiting New Voxies

NOTE: Recruiting is coming in a future update to Voxie Tactics and will not be available in the initial 1.0 release.

NOTE: Recruiting is still being heavily designed and iterated upon. Lots of details and specifics about the different generations of Voxies are under review and subject to change.

The original 10,000 genesis Voxies can be used to "recruit" (i.e., mint or create) the next generation of Voxie NFTs. In order to create a next-generation Voxie NFT, a player will need Crystals and a very rare item known as a Catalyst Stone

Note: Only original genesis Voxies are able to recruit new Voxies. Recruited Voxies cannot further recruit new generations of Voxies.

Minting Process

The following criteria will determine the different traits and aspects of next generation Voxie:

  • Race: The genesis Voxie NFT's race will affect the next generation Voxie NFT's race by giving a bonus in RNG to the race of the Voxie used to operate the minting.
  • Class: The Catalyst Stone type will determine the class (see below).
  • Rarity: The type of Crystal will determine rarity, based on RNG. A rare Crystal has the chance to create a common next gen Voxie NFT, an uncommon next gen Voxie NFT and a rare next gen Voxie NFT based on a weighted average (RNG rates TBD).
  • Ghost Ability: 2.23% chance for a next generation Voxie NFT to receive the Ghost ability.
  • Companion Pet: 19.49% chance of a next generation Voxie NFT to receive a companion pet.
  • Stats, Other Physical Traits and Items

Catalyst Stones

Catalyst Stones will be elemental NFT items that are very rare and hard to come by in the game, to be used for the sole purpose of recruiting new Voxies. Since Catalyst Stones are represented as an NFT item, players will be able to sell or trade these will other players in the marketplace.


The Catalyst Stones are split into the following categories:

Magic Catalyst Stone

  • Black Mage
  • White Mage
  • Necromancer
  • Priest
  • Time Mage
  • Chemist

Power Catalyst Stone

  • Warrior
  • Squire
  • Knight
  • Samurai
  • Pirate
  • Ninja
  • Monster

Agility Catalyst Stone

  • Hawknight
  • Thief
  • Bard
  • Druid
  • Ranger
  • Robo
  • Monk

When a player owns a stone from one of these categories, they are eligible to mint one next-generation Voxie NFT, IF they also have a genesis Voxie NFT AND in-game Crystals. The type of Catalyst Stone will determine the class of the next generation Voxie based on RNG.

During the recruiting process (minting), the Crystals and Catalyst Stone will be used up (burned), while the original genesis Voxie will remain in the possession of the owner.

The Voxie's race will determine which race the next generation Voxie is minted as, based on a weighted RNG table. The crystal rarity tier will determine the rarity of the next generation Voxie NFT.

Example: A player has a genesis Voxie from the Fox race, and wants to use it to “mint” a new, next-generation Voxie. The player combines in-game crystals with a Magic Catalyst Stone, resulting in the following outcome: a new, next-generation Voxie with a class taken from the classes listed under the Magic Catalyst Stones category (Mages, Necromancer, Chemist, etc.).

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Getting Started

To start playing and collecting, here are the basic steps:

  • Get a MetaMask wallet. To play and buy Voxies, you need the MetaMask wallet, which is free to get.

  • Create a party. You can have up to seven Voxies in your party. Each Voxie is different, so you can choose what characters you want to balance out strengths and weaknesses. You can buy Voxies on secondary marketplaces or use the in-game default characters to start.

  • Start playing. The game is in Open Beta so anyone can play. Download the game to your PC, which requires Windows 10 and 1080p+ screen resolution.

  • Choose a game mode. There are two game modes: Exploration and battling.

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Voxies are cute, lovable and collectible 3d voxel buddies, that live and play on the Ethereum blockchain.

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