In 2022, a glitch brought 7777 legendary SeaHorse Warriors back to life to rule the Metaverse. They are exceptionally rare and owning one is like walking among the gods.
The Bad SeaHorses own the first Underwater Meta Nightclub that will blow your mind. Imagine exploring VIP dance floors and the best DJ sets with your friends in the middle of the ocean.
Presale: 0.07 ETH
Public: 0.14 ETH
Project Info and Utility:
- 10X floor price Target & Strategy by building Meta Architectures.
- Membership Access to SeaHorseArmy Venues & Meta Lands.
- Doxxed & Experienced Team.
- All holders will get regular NFT airdrops for FREE.
- 1 Minter will win a CyberTruck and 10 minters will win 5k in ETH.
- Swag & Branded Physical & Virtual Fashion.
- Holders Win ETH, NFTs, Tickets, Vacations, Merch.
- Lots more.
The art is generated by combining over 250 hand-drawn unique traits.
There are different rarities of SeaHorses. While each of the SeaHorses resembles a unique character, some have their superpower. Find out more by minting one and exploring their rich Metadata.
Mint & join the Club today.
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