Earth 2 is a metaverse where players can create and manage their own properties. It’s been a while since its launch, and the game has seen many updates and changes over the years. However, one recent development has been making waves in the Earth 2 community: the rise of the Cydroids.
A Droid is essentially a tool that players can use to read uncleaned ether from other players’ properties. The idea is simple: you send out a Droid to a selected property, and if there’s any uncleaned ether left behind, the Droid will collect it for you. This new feature has been a game-changer for many players, as it offers a new way to earn ether and grow their properties.
So, what exactly is uncleaned ether, and why is it so important? In Earth 2, players can earn ether from their properties. This ether is stored in the property’s mentor and can be collected by the player at any time. However, if the player doesn’t collect the ether within 48 hours, it becomes uncleaned. This uncleaned ether is still there for the taking, but it becomes unstable after 24 hours and is up for grabs by any player with a Droid.
This is where the Cydroids come in. They are the tool you need to collect uncleaned ether before it becomes unstable. To use a Droid, you first need to select specific properties from the map to read. As you start to collect uncleaned ether, you’ll develop favorites and recently rated lists, which are built into the reading screen for easy selection. The amount of time it takes to read a property will vary, depending on factors such as distance and your Droid’s setup.
The Cydroids themselves are crafted from Essence, which is claimed from the land in the form of meta Sprite. The Essence is then bonded to the mentor, and the Droid is tethered for use. There are different types of Cydroids, each with different functions, but for now, they all do the same thing: collect uncleaned ether.
Power cells are an important aspect of Cydroids, as they’re what allow them to function. Power cells are created using Essence, but they’re held and not bonded. This means that you can power down your Droid and take the Essence back if you need to. Just make sure you’re collecting your ether at least every 24 hours to avoid the risk of someone else getting it.
One of the most exciting things about Cydroids is that they can be slotted with jewels. These jewels will increase certain stats, such as speed, storage, and efficiency. While Cydroids will still work without jewels, they do offer an extra boost for players looking to optimize their setup.
It’s worth noting that Cydroids do need to be charged before they can go back out to read. This is done within the property’s mentor. If there’s not enough energy left for the return trip, you won’t be able to go out and read. This is something to keep in mind when planning your reads and charging sessions.
In conclusion, the rise of the Cydroids has been a game-changer for many Earth 2 players. It offers a new way to earn ether and grow your properties. While it might take some trial and error to find the right properties to read, the potential rewards make it well worth it. So, if you’re looking to take your Earth 2 experience to the next level, now is the time to get your hands on a Droid and start collecting that uncleaned ether.