Black Market (NFT-Fi)

Gamification of the NFT staking process

"Oh, you want to join the Quasars? I'm well aware of their rigid discipline. But in the end, aren't you going to make your money in elsewhere, with Grey Mercenary like us?"

Sometime around 2080, many Harriers were considering various options for their transfers. For some, it was an inevitable and unavoidable part of life, as they would not be able to survive if they were not in a group that suited them and provided protection. However, some Harriers were unhappy with the process of choosing their faction, as most factions had very specific tax systems and internal revenue rules, restricting their ability to conduct business freely. This was understandable for those who joined a faction to make more money.

In Fidelia, a rumor began to circulate. It originated from a ramshackle bar far from the center of Houston. The rumor suggested that a mercenary group existed to smuggle valuables within the city under the radar of each faction. There was one mercenary group for each faction, and for security's sake, they did not deal with those affiliated with the same faction at all. This meant that Harriers now had a choice. Would they follow the rules of their faction and keep their valuables within internal circulation, or would they choose to sell their valuables for a much higher price?

As always, the choice is yours.

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