Series One, Here We Go! Everything to Know About Series One: Set 1 Trading Cards

Series One, Here We Go! Everything to Know About Series One: Set 1 Trading Cards

Here's all the information you need to get started with Series One: Set 1 of Gamisodes Inspector Gadget NFT cards. 

Includes a Series One breakdown, rarity chart, Set 1 details, FAQs, and a glossary.

 

Series One: Inspector Gadget’s Gadgets

Series One Breakdown

Feature

Details

Theme

Inspector Gadget’s Gadgets

Gadgets

165

Levels

5

Ranks

1

Cards

825

Rarity Tiers

5

Packs

200,000

Editions

1,000,000

Sets

13

Batch Release Size

Varies



Rarity Chart

Rarity Tier

Tier Color

% of Series 

Level

% of Series 

Common

Blue

60%

1

65%

Uncommon

Green

20%

2

20%

Rare

Yellow

14%

3

11%

Epic

Orange

5%

4

3%

Legendary

Purple

1%

5

1%

 

Set 1: Gadgets from Set 1 Episodes

SET 1 - DETAILS

Total Packs* 

15,385

Total Editions*

76,925

Aug 12 Presale Batch Release Size

210 Packs

Aug 12 Presale Total Editions

1,050 Editions

Aug 17 Public Sale Batch Release Size

2,000 packs

Aug 17 Public Sale Total Editions

10,000

*Packs from each Set are sold in batches based on community size and demand. Remaining packs and editions from each Set will be released over time.

Set 1 Card Packs

Pricing Tier

# of Packs Included

# of Cards Included

Price

Pack

1

5

$4.99

Box

10

50

$44.99

Mega-Box

20

100

$89.99

Set 1 Featured Episodes

Monster Lake (s1e01)

Art Heist (s1e14)

Volcano Island - Gadget Goes Hawaiian (s1e15)

Gone Went the Wind (s1e38)

Prince of the Gypsies (s1e44)

Set 1 Gadgets Available (40 total)

Common (Blue)

Uncommon (Green)

Rare (Yellow)

Epic (Orange)

Legendary (Purple)

  • Arms
  • Binoculars
  • Brella
  • Coat
  • Copter
  • Hand
  • Left Arm
  • Legs
  • Mallet
  • Neck
  • Red Magnifying Glass
  • Right Arm
  • Skates
  • Top Secret Gadget Phone
  • Emergency
  • Flashlight
  • Key
  • Laser
  • Left Ear
  • Right Cuff
  • Right Leg
  • Screwdriver
  • Skis
  • Spring
  • Water Gun
  • Black Magnifying Glass
  • Card
  • Ears
  • Left Leg
  • Magnet Shoes
  • Sail
  • Handheld Flashlight
  • Light Bulb
  • Long Shovel
  • North Pole Compass
  • Pocket Watch on Chain
  • Radar
  • Shears
  • Small Camera
  • Teeth

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What can I do with my Cards? 

Now: 

  • Buy Packs and collect your favorite Gadgets
  • Bragging rights in Discord and Social Media

 

Next: 

  • Collect certain groups of Cards to unlock Achievements and move up in the Leaderboard
  • Buy, sell, and trade Cards in the Gamisodes Marketplace

 

Later: 

  • Merge Cards to make Cards of higher Rank and Level
  • Use your Cards to unlock in-gamisode utility

 

How many Gadgets are in this trading card Series? 

There are 165 unique Gadgets in Series One, coinciding with each of the unique Gadgets activated from Inspector Gadget’s cyborg body in the 65 season one episodes.

 

How many Levels are there for each Gadget? How many Ranks?

Series One Cards come in five Levels (1 through 5) and only one Rank (1)

 

Are all 165 Gadgets available right now?

Not necessarily. There are 13 Sets of Cards in this Series. Each Set consists of the ~40 Gadgets activated in five featured episodes. There are 65 episodes in season one (13 Sets x 5 episodes/Set = 65 episodes).

 

How long is a Set available during its Batch Release? 

Each Set is typically available for one to two weeks during its initial Batch Release (or until the available Packs are sold out). Future Batch Releases may vary in duration.

 

How many Packs are available during each Set’s Batch Release?

The number of Packs made available for each Batch Release will vary depending on community size and demand. As the community and demand grows, we will consider releasing more Packs from each of the 13 Sets.

 

Are some Cards more rare than others? 

You better believe it. Gadget rarity is related to how often (or not) each Gadget was activated throughout season one. So, certain Gadgets are rarer than others. Certain Levels are also rarer than others. The most common Cards are roughly 3-in-100 and the rarest Cards are exactly one-in-a-million. Refer to the Rarity Chart for percentage breakdowns.

 

What does the “Level” mean? Are higher Levels rarer than lower Levels?

Gamisode Cards are not only collectible trading cards, but also have future in-gamisode utility. The Level on each Card coincides with the Gadget’s power level. Series One Gadgets come in five Levels. Level 1 Gadgets are the most common in the Series, and Level 5 Gadgets the most rare. 

Fun fact: a Level 5 Legendary Gadget is a one-in-a-million rarity Card.

 

How many Gadgets are in each Set? How many Sets are there?

Each Set contains ~40 Gadgets, corresponding to the Gadgets activated in the Set’s featured episodes. There are 13 Sets in total.

 

How many Editions are in each Set?

The exact number varies from Set to Set, but there are around 77,000 Editions (15,400 Packs) in each Set. Each Set’s Packs will be sold in limited quantity Batch Releases over time, so if you miss the first sale, you may have future opportunities to buy them.

 

Can I collect Cards from a Set that was previously Batch Released and not currently available?

Yes, Option 1: Once the Gamisodes Marketplace is open you can buy, sell, and trade cards with other members of the community

Yes, Option 2: Stay tuned in the Gamisodes Discord and Social Media for announcements on when additional future Batch Releases will occur for that Set

 

Glossary

Gadget: a unique object that activates from Inspector Gadget’s cyborg body

Level: the Gadget’s power level

Rank: a subdivision of Level

 

Card: a unique Gadget, Level, & Rank combination

Edition: the number of “virtual prints” that exist for each Card

 

Series: the entire collection of Editions available in this production/minting of Cards

Set: a grouping of Cards in the Series

Rarity: a classification indicating how prevalent Gadgets or Levels are in the Series

 

Pack: a grouping of 5 Cards

Box: a grouping of 10 Packs (50 cards total)

Mega-Box: an even larger grouping of 20 Packs (100 cards total)

 

Batch Release: a limited number of Packs available within a limited period of time

Archives: Where Packs reside that have not had their first Batch Release and where Packs return if they were not collected during a Batch Release

 

Achievement: recognition that is unlocked when you collect certain groupings of Cards

Active-Achievement: an unlocked Achievement where you still hold all related cards within the same account

Leaderboard: where community member Achievements are aggregated and displayed 

 

Gamisodes Marketplace: a place where you can buy, sell, and trade your cards with other members of the Gamisodes community.

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