And all of them are common cards. Very bad. Obviously not worth the hours of effort. One Merdhampir, one Blood Maker, and one Pelacor Mercenary.
I still play Splinterlands to pass time, mostly when I am on the bus. Currently I am near the Silver III League. Probably I will reach it today, but I am still thinking whether I should advance or not. The Silver III League is often much harder than the Bronze Leagues, but the rewards in there are not much better.
I am currently the 4025th in the Bronze League, so I am currently in the top 5000 players in the Bronze League. I played 134 battles in this season so far, and I won 70 battles, so my current win rate is 52.23%.
If I see Splinterlands as a good video game, for example something like on Steam, then it is a good game. But its play-to-earn aspect is really bad nowadays. The investing side is another story. That is good too.
The play-to-earn aspect is better even in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO). I easily earned back its price (and I have made even profits) with the skin drops. Nowadays I do not play it, but the game sometimes drop skins worth multiple dollars, while Splinterlands gives cards usually worth a few cents. I bought a few games on Steam with the money earned with the CS:GO skin drops.
If nowadays someone would like to earn back the initial $10 USD price of Splinterlands, then he/she will have a very hard time doing that. Probably months. Maybe even years.
But if we do not focus on its financial side, then it is a fun, entertaining and enjoyable game.
So good luck and have fun.
Have a nice day and have a nice weekend.
All the best. Greetings and much love from Hungary.