Planets are the original Project Nebula NFT, and a major focus of gameplay and collections. These powerhouses provide players with naturally accumulating resources, like credit and industry points, as well as offer upgrade slots for changing your planets stats.

If you're interested in Claiming a Planet that you've found while travelling, make sure it's unclaimed and then read our Guide to Claiming Planets. 1/3 of existing planets (rare or lower) can be claimed using in-game credits, the rest are set a varying prices of ICX.

Collections - Digital Art, Soundtracks, Lore

Collections live on planets, first and foremost. Scattered throughout two current generations and 400 known sectors, collectible pieces of art, music, and lore thrive primarily on planets.

Purposefully placed on planets of a rarity class of Rare or higher, these pieces bring collectible beauty and value to utility NFTs. Planets have as much function as they do collectibility, making them true tanks in the NFT space.

Utility - Resource Generation and Crafting

Planets are the only current place to find special resources, like Azurium or X-13 Compounds, and can greatly aid in making your journey through space a better one! You'll also see their base stats increasing your daily output: credit, industry and research.

With the oncoming expansion of Crafting in Project Nebula, planet types, upgrade slot count and variety, special resources and resource output will become vital to ensuring you're able to produce the best quality NFTs around. Planets will be required for production of blueprints, and will be pivotal in harvesting the necessary materials for doing so.

Planets stake your claim in the new galaxy.

There will always be a market for these giants. As Zones (land), blueprints (planets required) and more continue to develop, planets only grow in power and rarity. Be sure to visit the marketplace to get started.

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