This is the main formula for the in-game mechanics, so x can be thought of as your level, and y is your advantage. The y-value output is plugged into many of the formulas we use to determine rewards and NFT advantages. This is a linear function between each 5-level interval. After each 5-level interval, the slope of the line increases. The basis of this formula is that it will strongly incentivize players to make high scores and use their legendary NFTs, but still makes it meaningful to play with common NFTs and lower scores. As it’s the combination of linear functions, it’s easy to calculate your next reward as well as works as exponential graph. The simplest application of this formula in action is your NFT energy level. A minimum energy level (1) will let you play 2 games before needing a cooldown, while a maximum energy level (100) will let you play 25 games. In other instances, we will incorporate additional coefficients and formulas alongside our base formula to calculate the advantages and costs of different mechanics. If you are trying to do some detective work on how to optimize your attributes and gameplay, it would be smart to start with this formula and then reinforce your theories with statistics and gameplay experience. But that’s all we will say on that. Throughout this section, we will refer to any instance of this function as F(x), where x can represent any attribute level or game value.