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Card Rarities determine how likely a certain card is to be found in a Booster Pack or Loot Chest, as well as its number of levels and cards necessary to reach those levels.
Rimmed with gold before being revealed, Legendary cards are the rarest cards in Splinterlands, those with the lowest total supply per card.
In Booster Packs, the normal chance of revealing a Legendary is 0.8%, but this chance can be doubled to 1.6% by using a
Legendary cards have the same 0.8% chance whenever a card is found in a Loot Chest (33% of the time).
In most sets, Legendary cards require only 11 BCX to be combined to reach the max level of 4. In the Alpha Edition, only 8 BCX are required.
Rimmed with purple before being revealed, Epic cards are the second most rare type of card in Splinterlands.
In Booster Packs, the chance of revealing an Epic card is 4%. The 4% chance is the same whenever a card is found inside a Loot Chest.
In most sets, the number of Epic cards required to reach the max level of 6 is 46 BCX. In the Alpha Edition and certain early Promo cards, the number was 32.
Rare cards are rimmed with silver before being revealed. At least one card that is
Rare or better
is guaranteed in every Booster Pack.
The chance is revealing a Rare card when opening Booster Packs and card-containing Loot Chests is 20%.
In most sets, the number of Rare cards required to reach the max level of 8 is 115. In the Alpha Edition, only 86 BCX were required.
Common cards are found 75.2% of the time when a card is revealed, whether in a Booster Pack or a Loot Chest.
The number of Commons required to reach the max level of 10 varies depending on the set of cards.
Alpha - 379 BCX to max
Beta, Reward, and Promo - 505 BCX to max
Untamed and DICE - 400 BCX to max