Alien Worlds metaverse has six main planets. Each has its own story, and you can choose one for mine. These planets are Eyeke, Kavian, Magor, Naron, Neri, and Veles. There’s going to be the 7th planet called planet Binance in the future, which hosts the Missions on Alien Worlds.
When you want to choose a planet, there are two main parameters you should consider. The Mining Pot, and The Fill Rate.
The mining pot controls the rate of TLM you making from mining, higher mining pot results high amount of mined TLM.
The fill rate shows the TLM fill rate per second on the planet. It depends on staked TLM on the planet. Higher the staked TLM, higher the fill rate.
Let’s take a closer look at each planet and know them better.
If you don’t know how to choose a land, read this article:
Also known as Second Earth or Terra Alterna as it is the nearest, and closest, of all Alien Worlds to earth. Humans found Eyeke inhabited by a Monastic order of Greys who believe that Eyeke is a spiritual place. Despite initial fears, Trilium mining seems to be tolerated by the Monks at this time.
Almost 18% of all staked TLM are on Eyeke, which makes that the 3rd most popular planet for mining. The fill rate for this planet is around 1.3 TLM/sec.
Although most land on Kavian is rocky and icy, there are some unusual areas where diverse bio-systems have flourished. Legend has it that these areas were terraformed by ancient aliens. Kavian has a number of small Reptiloid villages.
Kavian is 2nd planet with almost 19% of all TLMs staked on. The fill rate for this planet is 1.8 TLM/sec.
Magor has the most hostile planetary environment in the federation. Due to the volcanic activity, the sky is covered in smoke and the terrain is extremely mountainous. There are no permanent settlements but the sandy part of Magor is considered an anomaly. It is rumored that the sand covers many ancient secrets.
Magor is one of the less popular planets in Federations. Only 7% of the TLMs staked to it, and the fill rate is 0.7 TLM/sec.
Naron is also a striped planet and its geological structure has given rise to distinctive bands of environments. Large icy caps give way to mountainous terrains on both hemispheres. Then com rocky and grassy terrains with 2 huge lakes and sandy desert nearer the equator. The island in the largest lake(Lake Nyari) is held sacred by many alien races and has rival claims have caused major conflicts.
Naron is one of the less mined planets in Alien Worlds. It has around 9% of all staked TLMs, and the fill rate is 0.8 TLM/sec.
A striped planet with the largest forest and sandy areas, Neri also has some of the largest areas of methane swamplands. Large numbers of little green people have made the forests of Neri their home but they aim to live in balance with, nature so casual visitors may not even notice the colonies.
Neri is the most popular planet in Alien Worlds. It has 39% of all TLMs. With the fill rate of 2.9 TLM/sec, you can mine a good amount of TLM on this planet.
With almost as much of a water world as Earth, Veles has some of the most beautiful landscapes found thus far in the universe. Its islands are home to some unique exoflora. Nordic aliens often visit Veles on their travels and some have made it their main home.
With only 6%, Veles has the least amount of staked TLMs. Due to the low TLM stake, the fill rate is only 0.6 TLM/sec.
How to stake TLM on a planet?
Staking your hard mined TLM could be unreasonable. You mine TLM for-profit, and you may think staking them has none. But it’s not that simple. As we mentioned before, the high amount of TLM staked on the planet results in a higher fill rate, which grows the amount of TLM you get in each mining attempt. So, it’s a good idea to stake your unusable TLMs on a planet you mine on.
To stake TLM on a planet, go to Alien Worlds game, and on the main page of the game, click on the STAKING button from the left column. It will send you to the page you see below:
Choose the planet you want to stake TLM on, and click on the STAKE TLM button. On the next page, you see the image below, select the amount of TLM you want to stake, Click on CONFIRM button and approve the transaction.
Keep in mind Unstaking from a planet takes 48 hours. To unstake your TLM from a planet, all you have to do is go to the STAKING section of the game choose the planet and then click on the UNSTAKE TLM button. The rest is just like staking, choose the amount you want to unstake and confirm the transaction.
Choosing which planet to mine on seems easy. You should select the ones with High Mining Pots, but sometimes the planets with high mining pots are so crowded that you mine less than you expected. In this situation, you may want to switch to another planet.
As a last comment, we encourage you to stake your unused TLM on a planet you mining. If you have any problem about how to choose a planet or were to mine, ask us in the comment section. We are more than happy to help you.