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Train of the Century NFT Game

Train of the Century NFT Game (Best Free Ultimate Guide 2022 Updated)

What is Train of the Century?

Train of the Century is a collectible NFT trading card game that can be played in your browser. You take on the role of the Railroader, a sort of train manager in charge of transportation and shipping in the Centuryverse.

As you progress through the Train of the Century, you’ll be able to collect better playing cards, upgrade your setup, and rise through the ranks of Railroaders.

But Train of the Century is more than just a train simulator. Strange things are going on in the Centuryverse. Railroaders will meet a colorful cast of characters who will draw them into a genre-bending story about conspiracies, empires, and the fate of the multiverse. Railroader, choose your words carefully. They may have ramifications.

The moving parts in Train of the Century make it simple to learn and exciting to master. You’ve come to the right place if you’re new to the Train of the Century and want to learn how to play.

Train of the Century NFT Game

How to Play Train of the Century?

First and foremost, you will require a WAX blockchain wallet. It is simple to make a wallet. All you have to do is go to wallet.wax.io and create an account.

After you’ve created your wallet, you can load it with coins like WAX and Tocium. To make in-game purchases, you must first obtain Tocium. You’ll also need some playing cards.

To begin playing Train of the Century, you will require:

  • One (1) Locomotive Card
  • One (1) Conductor Card with a Gear Level that matches your Locomotive card
  • At least one (1) Rail Car card
  • At least one (1) Commodity card with a type attribute that matches your Rail Car card

Train of the Century Card Types and Attributes

The Train of the Century cards contain important numbers and symbols. Let us explain what they mean to you.

If you want to be the best Railroader you can be, you should be well-versed in how each card type interacts with the game.

We’ve created this handy guide to help you keep track of card attributes and their meanings.

Let’s take a closer look at each card type of Train of the Century.

What are Train of the Century Locomotive Cards?

The mitochondria are the cell’s powerhouse, and the Locomotive is your train’s powerhouse. Consider your Locomotive to be the foundation of your train: its attributes determine which Conductors can drive it, how much weight you can haul, how far you can haul it, and how quickly it will arrive.

Check out this infographic to learn more about the characteristics of a Train of the Century Locomotive.

Pro tip: Each attribute value of a Train of the Century Locomotive is represented as an order of 10 or 100..

So this train’s statistics are as follows:

  • Distance: 5 x 10 = Max Distance of 50
  • Hauling Power: 4 x 100 = Max Haul Weight of 400
  • Speed: 5 x 10 = Max Speed of 50

There are only two options for Fuel Type:

  • Diesel
  • Coal

The Mastodon is the only locomotive that uses coal as of the release of Train of the Century V1.0. Keep this in mind when purchasing locomotives and fuel!

Train of the Century Conductor Cards

If your train’s locomotive is its heart, the conductor is its nucleus. Or something along those lines. View this diagram to learn more about Conductor Attributes.

Because the person driving your train will bring their own style to your rail runs, your choice of Conductor will have an impact on your runs in a variety of ways. There are three types of Conductor Perks:

Train of the Century Conductor Perks

Do you want to know how powerful a Conductor’s perk is? It’s quite simple: The percentage modifier associated with the perk is represented by the number in the bottom left corner of the card. So, in this case, Orson has a 5% Speed boost.

IconDescription
When claiming your Tocium reward after a rail run, you will have a higher chance of encountering an NPC. A clover icon represents this perk.
Conductors who have this benefit know how to pack a little more weight into their Rail Cars. A chain link icon represents this perk.
Your train will arrive at its destination faster, giving you more time to complete additional runs. This benefit is represented by a speedometer icon.

Each Conductor can only be assigned to a Locomotive with a lower or equal Conductor Level to their own. So, while Orson cannot pilot the Olympic Light shown above, he is capable of handling locomotives such as the Illinois Terminal, the Mastodon, and others.

It should be noted that some Conductors enjoy two advantages. In that case, the card will display two perk icons and two boost values.

Oh! Not to mention the enigmatic Portal Pass icon in the upper left corner! Conductors are firmly rooted in the Modern Era as of the release of Train of the Century V1.0. But what about future game updates? But that’s another story. Stay tuned for more information on how to assist your favorite Conductors in their time travel.

Train of the Century Rail Car Cards

If you want to transport cargo from A to B and earn that sweet, sweet Tocium, you must attach Rail Cars to your train. Rail Cars come in a variety of shapes and sizes, with the ability to transport up to two different types of commodities.

See the image below for more information on Train of the Century Rail Car cards.

Let’s start with Capacity. The capacity of a Rail Car determines how much cargo it can carry. Every commodity loaded onto a Rail Car takes up a specific amount of space (see Commodity Volume in the next section). When loading your Rail Car, remember to keep track of how much space is left in it!

An “S” icon can be found in the bottom left corner of this card. This is the size of the Rail Car. A larger Rail Car means a greater carrying capacity.

Let’s get to the good stuff now. Types of Commodities Each Rail Car can carry up to two (2) different commodities. (A Tank Car can transport liquid and gas commodities in this case.) This means you can get creative with how you load your cars in order to maximize your reward at the end of a run.

Train of the Century Commodity Cards

Commodity Cards are simple to understand. Commodities are the items for which Tocium is paid. Let’s look at an example.

In the top left corner, you’ll see an icon representing the item’s Commodity Type. This is a commodity that has been palletized. There are thirteen Commodity Types in total, including…

Commodity Types

IconCommodity Type
Automobile
Aggregate
[Lumber Icon]Building Materials
Crate
Gas
Grain
Granule
Liquid
Ore
Oversized
Pallet
Perishable
Top Secret

When loading Commodities onto a Rail Car, make sure the Commodity Type matches the item and the Rail Car.

Now let’s look at the values in the bottom corners.

  • Volume refers to how much space an item will take up when loaded onto a Rail Car. This value corresponds to the Capacity attribute of the Rail Car.
  • Weight corresponds to the Hauling Power attribute of your Locomotive. You will be unable to leave the station if the total weight of all commodities in all of your Rail Cars exceeds the Locomotive’s HP.

Train of the Century Passenger Car Cards

You’ll need to attach a Passenger Car to your train if you want to transport the good citizens of the Centuryverse from one side of the map to the other. Rail Cars have different attributes than these cards.

Check out this picture to see how Passenger Cars differ from other train cars.

Passenger Car mechanics are a little easier to understand than Rail Car mechanics because they only have two attributes.

  1. The number of open seats indicates the number of passengers that can fit into this rail car.
  2. Weight has taken the place of the concept of Commodity Weight. Instead of keeping track of how much weight each Rail Car carries, you’ll only need to know how much each Passenger Car weighs.

Train of the Century Passenger Cards

Now it’s time to meet the friendly faces who will be traveling with you. Here comes another! Let’s see if he can tell us more about the features of his Passenger Card.

Passengers will give you a base amount of Tocium in exchange for safely transporting them. However, if you truly impress them with your service, they may give you a tip!

Passengers will tip you if you transport them within the boundaries of their home region. The Home Region icon in the top left corner of each Passenger’s card indicates where they are from.

Passenger Home Region Icons

IconExplanation
Pembertonians flaunt their status with a bow tie icon.
Centuryville citizens keep it simple with a gear-clock icon.
Trevithick Pines dwellers show their pride with an observatory icon.
Folks from the Pawpaw Plains bear the barn icon.
James Park natives show their solidarity with a wrench icon.

In addition, you must meet or exceed their Happy Passenger Criterion & Threshold. Criteria are classified into four types:

Happy Passenger Criterion

IconExplanation
Time: These passengers appreciate it when you get them to their destination as quickly as possible. A clock icon appears in the bottom left corner of these cards.
Haul Weight: When your train transports large amounts of cargo, these passengers are impressed. In the bottom left corner of these cards is a chain link icon.
Distance: These passengers prefer to relax and take a longer ride. The bottom left corner of these cards has an arrow icon.
Luck: Unexpected events, such as NPC encounters, excite these Passengers. The bottom left corner of these cards has a clover icon.

You must beat the threshold shown in the small bubble to the right of the tip type icon to receive tips based on time, haul weight, and distance.

Do you want to know how much a particular Passenger will tip you? The percentage they’ll use to calculate their tip is represented by the number in the bottom right corner of the card (based on your total rail run reward).

Logging In and Naming a Train in Train of the Century

Begin your journey to becoming a successful railroader.

Logging In

When you click the “LOGIN” button, you will be prompted to connect your WAX Wallet or Anchor wallet account. Either option is acceptable.

If you don’t already have one, we recommend creating one on the WAX Cloud Wallet website.

After you log in, you’ll be asked to name your first train.

Naming Your First Train in Train of the Century

You can name your train whatever you want as long as the string of characters you enter meets the following requirements:

  • The train name must contain more than 3 and less than 13 characters
  • The train name must not contain capital letters
  • The train name must not contain numerals greater than 5
  • The train name must not contain any spaces or special characters other than a period

After you’ve named your train, you’ll be taken to the Centuryverse map and greeted by our friend, the Stranger.

Locating Yourself on the Train of the Century Game Map

Where is your new train in the Centuryverse?

How to Find Your Train in Train of the Century

The Centuryverse is enormous! That’s why we’ve made it as simple as possible for you to locate your train(s) on the map.

All you have to do is take the following steps:

  1. Zoom out all the way on the map. Zooming can be accomplished by scrolling your mouse click wheel or trackpad, or by pinching your touchscreen.Locate the blinking blue dot. That’s you!
  2. Zoom back in by hovering over the blinking dot. The view will zoom in on the area surrounding your cursor.The station where your train is idling will be highlighted in blue.
  3. When you first begin the Train of the Century game, your starting station is chosen at random from a subset of stations with at least one connection of 20 or less.

Now that we’ve found your starting station, it’s time to put your Train of the Century cards together to form your first train.

Assembling Your Train in Train of the Century

It’s time to flex your deck-building muscles and start putting your cards to use.

How to Edit a Train in Train of the Century

Have you collected at least one of each of the following card types?

  • A Locomotive
  • A Conductor with a Conductor Level greater than or equal to the Locomotive’s
  • A Rail Car / Passenger Car
  • A Commodity / Passenger

If so, then you’re ready to put them all together!

To begin building your train, locate the station where it is currently idling and click on the glowing station icon. The Station View should look something like this:

Now, in the above image, click on the “Edit Train” button, which is circled. This will reveal slots for equipping a Conductor, Locomotive, and Rail Cars (or Passenger Cars.)

When you first build a train, these slots will be empty. Click the “+” button in each slot to fill it up. Let us begin with our Conductor.

When you click on an empty Conductor slot, the inventory deck changes to show all of your unequipped Conductor cards. By hovering over your cards and scrolling, you can browse through your collection. Click on the Conductor you want to equip when you find it. The card should jump to the Equipped Conductor slot. When you’re finished, click the checkmark button in the bottom right corner.

The procedure for outfitting a locomotive is the same.

Remember: Your Conductor’s gear-level must be higher than or equal to the Locomotive’s. Otherwise, the game’s UI will warn you that your chosen Conductor is unable to pilot that Locomotive.

Rail Cars and Passenger Cars now require one more step before they are ready to use.

It’s time to put something (or someone) into a Rail Car or Passenger Car after you’ve outfitted it. Click the “Loading Dock” button, which is circled in the above image, from the Rail Car selection page.

Select the Rail Car or Passenger Car you want to load, then equip your Commodities or Passengers as you would any other card. You’re finished when you click the checkmark button.

And there you have it! You’ve finished your first train. Do you consider yourself a true Railroader yet? You’re only one step away from launching your first rail run. All that remains is to purchase some fuel. Let’s go shopping at the Marketplace.

Buying Fuel and Performing Rail Runs in Train of the Century

Train of the Century Marketplace

You must purchase fuel now that your train has been assembled and loaded. We’re off to the Market!

To get there, click the Marketplace button, which is highlighted in the image above.

The Marketplace should take you straight to the Fuel page. The following are the prices for fuel:

  • Coal: 1 Tocium : 10 Coal
  • Diesel: 1 Tocium : 5 Diesel

Simply adjust the quantity of the fuel type you want to purchase, then click the “Purchase” button. Oh! You recently purchased fuel.

Keep in mind that purchasing anything from the Marketplace necessitates the presence of Tocium in your wallet..

Sending a Train Out On a Rail Run in Train of the Century

Click the “X” button in the top left corner of the window to exit the Marketplace. Return to the station where your train is and click it to open the Station View.

This time, we’ll click on the “Next Stop” button, which is circled in the above image. This will bring up the Next Stop View.

This view displays all of the stations that are accessible from your current location. A yellow line will connect the stations your train can reach to your location. A red line will connect stations that your train cannot reach to your location.

Select the station to which you want to travel. This will activate the Dispatch View.

You’ll be able to see information about your current station as well as the destination station from this View. By clicking the “Edit Train” or “Loading Dock” buttons, you’ll be able to make changes to your train and loaded cargo. At the destination station, you can also see the payout rates for each commodity type.

When you’re ready, press the “Dispatch” button. As your train begins the rail run, you should hear your Conductor blowing the horn.

Congratulations! You launched your first rail run.

You are now a full-fledged Railroader and a contributing member of society in the Centuryverse. We’re delighted to have you on board! A countdown timer should appear above your destination station. You’ll be able to claim your Tocium reward once it reaches zero.

Claiming Rewards in Train of the Century

Put your hard-earned Tocium in your wallet.

How to Claim Rail Run Rewards in Train of the Century?

So you’ve played the waiting game, the countdown has reached zero, and you’re now ready to claim your Tocium. Correct!

Any station with redeemable rewards will be highlighted in blue, with a Tocium icon and the word “CLAIM” above it. You only need to click on the station..

A window will appear requesting confirmation of the claim action.

When you click “OK,” your Rail Run Report will appear.

When you click “Claim,” that Tocium is yours.

In exceptional circumstances, your claim may be accompanied by greetings from a Centuryverse citizen. Some of these NPCs will give you items to use in the game, while others will give you the next chapter of the active campaign. In any case, we hope you enjoy getting to know these people.

Congratulations on successfully completing this tutorial. You now understand the fundamentals of Train of the Century.

The User Interface of Train of the Century

The Centuryverse map is displayed almost constantly, immersing you in the game world. On top of that, there is a set of “Views” that visually represent key information logically and in natural ways.

The Map and HUD of Train of the Century

You’re looking at the big picture of the twentieth century. When zoomed out all the way, you can see the geography of the game world’s five regions, as well as the bodies of water that separate them.

This is the main view of the Century Train. You can access every other View and dashboard from here, as well as quickly locate points of interest such as your trains. You’ll also notice some useful information overlaid on top of the map.

First and foremost, let’s learn how to use the map.

To navigate the map, you’ll use two main interactions: panning and zooming.

  • To zoom: On your device trackpad, scroll your mouse click wheel. On a touchscreen device, you can also pinch to zoom. The View will focus on the area beneath your cursor.
  • To pan: Use the directional buttons or click and drag on the map.

We’ve zoomed in on Centuryville in this image. We can see much more detail at this level of zoom: stations, connecting rails, buildings, and even some tiny foliage. Hovering over a station reveals its name, and clicking on it opens the Station View.

Heads-up Display Information in Train of the Century

At all times, a few key pieces of information are superimposed over the Map View. The “Heads-up Display,” or HUD, is a collection of UI elements. Let’s take a closer look at each of these components.

Each of these buttons will take you to a useful screen or dashboard. When you click them, they also make satisfying noises!

  • When you click the button with the cards icon, the Wallet Dashboard appears.
  • When you click the button with the track icon, the Rail Run Dashboard appears.
  • When you click the button with the shop icon, the Marketplace Dashboard will appear.
  • When you click the button with the Train of the Century emblem, the Railroader Dashboard appears.

The address of your wallet is displayed in the top right corner of the screen. It will either be a string of letters and numbers followed by “.WAM” or a personalized name created by you. You’ll also notice a hamburger menu icon and a sound icon.

  • By selecting the hamburger menu, you will be taken to a quick options menu where you can mute sound effects and music and log out of the game. (See image below.)
  • By clicking on the sound icon, you can quickly muffle only the game’s music.

The Chronometer is located in the center of your screen. It displays the century in which you are currently playing. Only the Modern Century is available as of Train of the Century V1.0.

A counter in the top left corner displays the amount of Tocium you have on hand.

Finally, the Resource Labels are located in the bottom left corner. You can quickly check your fuel reserves here. You can also see which game version you’re playing.

That’s it for the map and the HUD! On the following page, we’ll go over the various Views we created to help you play the Train of the Century.

Views of Train of the Century

Learn more about the Views that will allow you to interact with the game.

There are many UI elements called Views to make playing Train of the Century simple and intuitive. This page contains information about each View, such as its purpose, how to access it, and how to interact with it.

The Station View of Train of the Century

Simply click on a station to bring up the Station View.

Idle Train View of Train of the Century

  • If your train is at the station: The Station View will look like the image above, with information about your train displayed. You can also access the Edit Train and Next Stop Views from here.

Station Info View of Train of the Century

  • If your train is not at the station: Your first click will bring up a preview of the Station’s data. The following information is displayed for the Station: name, owner, top 5 commodity rates, and the Station Billboard.

By clicking on the glowing arrows at the bottom of the panel, you can expand the modal and see the full Info View for the Station.

First Click – Station Info Preview

After Clicking the Preview, Station Info View

In this expanded view, you can see more information about the Station by clicking on the three tabs at the bottom of the View:

To view the Station’s Commodity Rates, click the cube icon. (This tab is open by default.)

Click the cube icon to view the Station’s Commodity Rates.

To access the Station’s Rail Yard and Conductor Lounge, click the cards icon.

​You can also right-click on a station to select which View you want to open. The contextual menu that appears will only allow you to select options that apply.

How to Edit Train View in Train of the Century?

To access the Edit Train View, from the Station View, click the “Edit Train” button. You can assign Conductors, Locomotives, Rail Cars, and Passenger Cars to your train from this screen. To change the assigned card, click on a slot.

The Next Stop View of Train of the Century

To get to the Next Stop View, go to the Station View and click the “Next Stop” button. You’ll be able to see all of the stations that are linked to your current location from here.

  • Rails highlighted in yellow connect to stations that your current train build can reach..
  • Rails highlighted in red connect to stations that are currently inaccessible.

By looking at a station’s placard, you can learn the following details about it:

  • Distance: How far away is the station?
  • Fuel Cost: How much fuel will you need to burn to reach the station?
  • Run Time: How long will it take to reach the station in real time?

Keep these factors in mind as you plan your rail runs.

It’s also worth noting that returning to the previous station will result in a 2x fuel backtracking penalty.

The Dispatch View of Train of the Century

To access the Dispatch View, while in the Next Stop View, click on the station to which you want to send your train. The placard at the station will expand, revealing commodity rates.

By clicking on the corresponding buttons on the Departure window, you will be able to edit your train or adjust your Commodities..

When you’re ready, click the “Dispatch” button at the bottom of the Destination window to commit to the rail run.

Train of the Century Wallet Dashboard

Learn how to keep track of your NFTs from the Train of the Century.

Keep an Eye on Your Collection

Want to quickly check your Train of the Century NFT collection without leaving the game? We’ve got your back.

The Wallet Dashboard can be accessed by clicking the button highlighted above. It appears as follows:

You can look through your card collection in several ways:

  • Scrolling on you mouse click wheel or device trackpad
  • Clicking on the left side of the screen to scroll left, or the right side to scroll right
  • Swiping on your touchscreen device

The Rail Run Dashboard of Train of the Century

Monitor your idle trains and active rail runs in one place.

All the Info About Your Trains, All in One Place

By clicking this button, you will be taken to the Rail Run Dashboard, which looks like this:

The dashboard will automatically navigate to the Trains page, which displays a list of all your trains. When you click on your train, the listing will expand to reveal more information about it.

You can see all of your train’s stats, equipped Conductor and Rail Cars, and what Commodities are loaded in each car from here.

By clicking on these buttons, you can change which Rail Car you’re inspecting.

And the following are your train options:

  • Clicking the top button will close the Rail Run Dashboard, open the map, and jump straight to your train’s location.
  • The middle button will open the Edit Train View for the train you’re currently inspecting, provided it’s not in the middle of a rail run.
  • The bottom button will let you quickly clear out the cards equipped to your train so you can start over with a blank slate.

How to View Your Rail Run History in Train of the Century?

The Rail Run Dashboard also displays a history of your previous runs.

Simply click on the “HISTORY” tab in the top right corner of the dashboard to access your rail run history.

Keeping an eye on this page can help you analyze successful rail run strategies, giving you a leg up on other Railroaders!

Train of the Century Marketplace

Visit the Marketplace for Helpful In-Game Items and Upgrades

This button will launch the Marketplace window. It should open to the Fuel tab, which looks like the image below.

How to Buy Fuel in Train of the Century?

You can exchange Tocium for coal or diesel fuel for your trains via this page. Keep in mind that the Mastodon is the only Locomotive that uses coal as of Train of the Century V1.0.

How to Buy Train Upgrades in Train of the Century?

Clicking on the “UPGRADES” tab in the upper right corner of the window will bring up the following page:

On the left side of the screen, you’ll notice a stack of buttons. By clicking on them, you can navigate through the pages of different upgrades available in the Marketplace. Let’s go over them one by one.

What is Rail Car Slots in Train of the Century?

This is the upgrade page that is displayed by default. It is depicted in the image above.

To add an extra Rail Car slot to your train, simply click on a grayed-out slot and click “Accept” in the pop-up window. Ta-da! You now have a new slot on your train that can be filled with any Rail Car or Passenger Car.

What are the Compositions in Train of the Century?

Clicking on “COMPOSITIONS” will take you to the following page:

You can improve the composition of any of your Locomotive cards that aren’t already Tungsten. This process will destroy your Locomotive NFT, but in exchange for your Tocium, you will receive an upgraded version. Select it from the stack of cards at the bottom of the window to see a preview of the upgrade your Locomotive will receive.

If you’re satisfied with the upgrade, click the “Upgrade to ___” button in the bottom right of the window.

Locomotive composition upgrades follow this pattern:

  • Iron > Steel
  • Steel > Carbon Weave
  • Carbon Weave > Tungsten

Consider purchasing a composition upgrade or two if your Locomotive isn’t performing as well as you’d like it to!

How to Unlock Trains in Train of the Century?

Unlock Trains to buy a second train to manage. Before you can buy another train, you must have at least four Rail Car slots unlocked on all of your current trains.

The pricing model for unlocking additional trains is shown in the table below:

Additional Train NumberTocium Price
15,000
230,000
360,000
4100,000
5150,000
6210,000
7280,000
8360,000
9450,000
10+500,000

How to Buy Century Train Parts in Train of the Century?

You can do business with our friend Oil Zone Otto by clicking on the “PARTS” tab at the top of the window.

To see Century Train Parts (CTPs) on this page, you must first meet Otto in one of his NPC Encounters. If you can’t afford or choose not to purchase the CTP he offers, it will appear in the Marketplace.

CTPs are rare, powerful artifacts from alternate realities. You can forge them into a Century Train if you collect all 18 of them! You can also fuse individual parts to one of your other trains to permanently boost their stats. You have a choice!

What is The Railroader Emporium in Train of the Century?

Do you have extra resources and require more Tocium? Go check out the Railroader Emporium! You can sell your fungible assets, such as AMP and CTPs, to other Railroaders on this page of the Marketplace. That means you can use Tocium to buy items from your fellow Railroader.

The Railroader Dashboard in Train of the Century

Do you have additional resources and need more Tocium? Visit the Railroader Emporium! On this page of the Marketplace, you can sell your fungible assets, such as AMP and CTPs, to other Railroaders. That means you can pay your fellow Railroader with Tocium.

By clicking this button, you will be taken to the Railroader Dashboard, where you can use all of your mystical Railroader powers.

Examine the control panel on the left side of this screen.

Each of these buttons takes you to a useful page on the Railroader Dashboard. Continue reading to find out more about them.

Train of the Century Game Settings

You can adjust your WAX Endpoint on this page to stabilize your connection to the server. You can also change the volume of sound effects and music.

Train of the Century Game Leaderboards

You can see who is the best in a variety of categories by visiting the Leaderboards page.

By clicking on the respective tabs at the top of the window, you can toggle between displaying results by Railroader and Station.

You can also change your search parameters by clicking on the following buttons at the bottom of the window:

You can cycle through the following gear buttons:

Top 50Total RailrunsToday
Top 100Tocium EarningsThis Week
Top 20030 Days

Pro tip: If a button does not toggle, try clicking on its left or right side.

Train of the Century Claim Center

Did your internet connection go down while you were claiming a Tocium reward from an NPC? You can recover and claim any NPC Tocium rewards that you missed or were previously unable to claim on the Claim Center tab. All you have to do is press the “CLAIM” button.

What is Staking in Train of the Century?

You can easily view and manage all of your staked assets on the Staking page. The page switches to the Staked tab, where you can unstake assets and claim Tocium rewards from Rail Yards and Conductor Lounges.

When you click “CLAIM” on a listing on this page, you will automatically receive all Tocium rewards accrued for all assets of that type (Locomotive / Conductor) at that Station.

You can keep track of the status of your VIP Requests on the Requests tab.

In the top listing, we can see a VIP Request that has yet to be responded to. Your request will be canceled if you click “REVOKE.”

A VIP Request that has been rejected can be found at the bottom of the list. When you click “DISMISS,” the listing will be removed from your Requests tab.

Train of the Century Game Events

This page contains information about Station Events as well as any rewards you may have received for participating in them.

Train of the Century Game Story

The Story page allows you to play previously skipped Story Encounters or replay ones you’ve already seen. Let’s look at some of the symbols and buttons on this page:

These are still just arbitrary distances. We’ll change the values so that everyone can enjoy the story at their own pace. Here are some examples:

  • This Railroader has unlocked and played through encounter 1A. They can click the “Replay” button on the right to play that encounter again.
  • Encounter 1B has been unlocked but hasn’t been played. To play it, the Railroader can click the “Play” button on the right.
  • Encounter 1C has also been unlocked, but is inaccessible until 1B has been played through.

Good to know: You can only play a Story Encounter if you’ve completed all previous encounters. If you get behind on the story, remember to return to the Story page to catch up!

Train of the Century Game Achievements

You can see all of the achievements you’ve unlocked as well as your progress toward unlocking others on this page.

Train of the Century Game Inventory

You can browse and interact with any non-NFT items you’ve collected while exploring the Centuryverse on the Inventory page.

Redeemable items, such as Century Vials or fuel barrels obtained through card packs, can be found here. Simply click the “REDEEM” button below an item’s listing to redeem it.

What is the Train of the Century Golden Runs?

The Golden Runs tab will take you to the Golden Run Society page. It starts with a list of all Modern Century Conductors and the names of the first Railroaders to complete their Golden Run.

When you’re ready to submit a rail run for Golden Run verification, return to this page and click the “SUBMIT” button.

You can see a history of your recent rail runs here. To find out if you’ve found a winning combination, click the green “SUBMIT” button. Remember that in order to unlock a Golden Run, you must match a Conductor with their preferred:

  • Locomotive
  • Rail Car
  • Commodity

Train of the Century: The Station Owner Dashboard

Learn more about the options available to you as a Station owner.

Game Mechanics for Station Owners

Station owners have access to a variety of tools to help them manage their stations. These tools are available on the Station Owner Dashboard.

Simply click on a Station that you own to access the Station Owner Dashboard. The window that appears will look something like this:

The buttons on the right side of the window allow you to view station information, manage upgrades, change settings, and do other things.

The Rates Tab

To access the Rates tab, click the cube icon.

You can view your station’s current commodity rates and preferred commodities from this page. You will also be able to raise the rates of selected commodity types in order to entice visiting railroaders to ship specific commodities to your station.

The Visitors Tab

To open the Visitors tab, click on the person icon.

Statistics about the number of Railroaders who have sent trains through your Station can be found here. The time period displayed by the graph is changed using the buttons on the left side of the window. You can switch between viewing modes by using the dropdown list at the bottom of the window.

  • All visits
  • Unique visitors
  • Top visitors

By clicking the “CSV” button in the bottom right corner, you can download a.csv file containing all of your visitors’ information.

The Tocium Tab

To open the Tocium tab, click on the Tocium icon.

The time period displayed by the graph is changed using the buttons on the left side of the window. You can switch between viewing modes by using the dropdown list at the bottom of the window.

  • Station earnings
  • Top visitors by commissions

By clicking the “CSV” button in the bottom right corner, you can download a.csv file containing all of your visitors’ information.

The Gifts Tab

To open the Gifts tab, click the gift icon.

You can create gift pools and special events for your visitors to participate in on this tab. Giving away gifts is an excellent way to persuade other Railroaders to send trains to your Station, which means more Tocium for you.

The Billboard Tab

To open the Billboard tab, click the chat bubble icon..

You can change the image that appears on your Station’s billboard here. The recommended dimensions are 661 x 364. To do so, take the following steps:

  1. Encrypt your image using the IPFS (Interplanetary File System) service.
  2. Copy and paste the IPFS hash of your image into the box at the bottom of the Billboard tab window.
  3. Click the “PREVIEW” button.
  4. When your image loads, the “PREVIEW” button will be replaced by a red trash can button and a green checkmark button. Click the trash can to delete the image or the checkmark to confirm the upload.

If you want to change the image on your billboard, click the “CLEAR” button, as shown in the image below.

BE AWARE that you can only change the image of your billboard after the cooldown timer has reached zero. If you decide to put up a new billboard, make sure to plan ahead of time.

The Staking Tab

To open the Staking tab, click the cards icon.

Staking pools on your Station will initially be locked, but you can gain access to them by upgrading your Station for a Tocium fee. Simply click on the image to unlock the Rail Yard or the Conductor Lounge, then click the “CONFIRM” button that appears.

After you’ve opened the Rail Yard or Lounge, you can access staking management tools by clicking on their images.

What are the Commissions in Train of the Century Game?

To change the commission rates for your staking pools, use this button.

You can set the Commission Rate to anything between 0% and 50%. Consider what commission you want to charge your visitors to ensure your Station is a desirable staking location.

How to Upgrade Tier in Train of the Century?

Increase the size of your staking pool by clicking this button.

You can view your pool’s statistics at the current level by clicking the green “VIEW” button in the bottom right corner. At the next tier, you can see a preview of your pool’s stats. Tier advancements result in an increase in both public and VIP staking slots. Click the blue “CONFIRM” button when you’re ready to commit to the upgrade.

Rail Yards and Conductor Lounges have the same upgrade process, and the fee and expansion model is the same for all Station rarities. This information is available in the chart below:

Upgrade TierPublic SlotsVIP SlotsTocium Cost
1 (Base Level)513100,000
21020110,000
31624125,000
42426145,000
54436170,000
64942200,000

Manage VIPs

To edit the list of Railroaders invited to stake assets in your Station’s VIP slots, click this button.

You’ll be able to see how many of each VIP’s allotted staking slots they’re using, as well as how much commission you’re earning from them. To remove a Railroader from your VIP list, click the red trash can icon and then confirm the boot action on the pop-up. Their assets will be removed from your VIP pool, and they will no longer be able to use your VIP slots.

How to Claim Tocium in Train of the Century?

By clicking this button, you will be able to claim any commissioned Tocium that has accumulated in your staking pool.

You can also view assets staked in your Station’s Public and VIP slots from this page by clicking the corresponding tabs at the top of the window. You can see everything staked by non-VIPs on the Public tab.

It should be noted that a Station Owner is not permitted to stake in their Public pool. Utilize this pool to attract Railroaders and then earn commission on their staked assets!

On the VIP page, you can see everything that your invited guests have staked.

Station owners can stake their own assets here as well. An Owner can stake as many assets as they want in their VIP pool, as long as there is room. More slots for staking your assets result from upgrading your pool!

The Settings Tab

To access the Settings tab, click the “i” gear icon.

Train of the Century: Railroader Profile

Display your achievements with your very own Railroader Badge.

Your Profile

Your Railroader Profile allows you to show off your style and announce your achievements to the Centuryverse.

You can change how other Railroaders perceive you in-game by visiting this page. There are numerous customization options available, ranging from which character image is displayed to background images, nameplate options, and more.

Accessing Your Profile

Open the Railroader Dashboard to access your profile.

From here, on the right side of the screen, click the “VIEW PROFILE” button. This will take you to the full profile view.

You’ll be able to see your game stats and achievements, as well as a list of stations you might own, in greater detail. You can also change the style of your badge by editing it.

Editing Your Railroader Badge

To change the look of your Railroader Badge, click the “EDIT RR BADGE” button on the right side of the screen. You’ll have the option to change.

  • The frame around your profile icon
  • Your chosen character icon
  • The background of your icon
  • The style of your nameplate

Let’s dig a little deeper into each of these features.

Icon Frame

The gear-shaped circle that surrounds your profile icon is the icon frame. You can select from a variety of gear styles as well as colors.

Character Icon

You can represent yourself on your Railroader Badge with your favorite Centuryverse character. All modern-day conductors and passengers are at your disposal!

Icon Background

To give your badge the vibe you want, change the background behind your chosen character. You can select from a wide range of textures, images, and even Modern Century Stations.

Nameplate

To make it stand out from the crowd, you can change the styles and colors of the base color and the rim.

Viewing Other Players’ Profiles

Do you want to learn more about a fellow Railroader’s accomplishments? To view another player’s Railroader Badge, simply click on their wallet address.

For example, on the Leaderboard page, you can see today’s top 50 Tocium earners by clicking on their names. Alternatively, you can learn more about a player before purchasing an item from the Emporium by doing the same.

What are NPC Encounters in Train of the Century?

When claiming a rail run reward, you may be approached by a non-player character. The likelihood of encountering an NPC is determined by a number of factors, one of which is your equipped Conductor’s Luck perk.

NPC encounters in Train of the Century are divided into two types:

  1. Asset Encounters: The NPC will give you an item (or present you with a chance) to help you.
  2. Story Encounters: The NPC will present a chapter of the game’s overarching narrative, often asking for your opinion or asking for you to respond somehow.

Both types of encounters are essential to the Train of the Century gameplay experience, and we hope you enjoy getting to know the Centuryverse’s inhabitants.

What are the Asset Encounters of Train of the Century?

The NPC who appears in an Asset Encounter will give you an item or an opportunity that will improve your gameplay experience.

Oil Zone Otto

Zone of Oil Otto is a nice guy who just wants to keep his business running. If you take the time to get to know him, you’ll quickly discover that he’s trustworthy, honest, and hardworking.

Century Train Parts keep appearing in his Oil Zone for some reason. He’ll try to sell them to you, but he’ll give you a good price.

You can get a CTP for a lower price if you buy it directly from an Otto encounter. Alternatively, if you do not purchase the part during the encounter, you can still purchase it from the Marketplace. After an encounter, the Otto discount will last for 10 minutes. After that, you must pay the full price.

Transporter Thomas

We have no idea where Transporter Thomas came from. He just appeared one day and decided we were fwends… I mean friends. He’s a bit of a rogue, but he has a good heart and only wants to help people.

If he appears, it is because he knows a Passenger who is in need of a ride. And since you have wheels, he’ll send them with you whether you have room for them or not!

The Stranger

This is an intriguing figure. The Stranger, for lack of a better word, is… strange. But aren’t all the best people? This is a man who keeps his cards close to his chest until he is forced to reveal them. Even if you’re not sure what he’s up to, it’s probably best to just trust what he says.

When the Stranger approaches you, he’ll most likely say something cryptic before handing you a Century Vial. Then he’ll vanish. Where does he go when he flees like that?

What are the Story Encounters in Train of the Century?

Story Mode

The structure of Train of the Century incorporates an intricate sci-fi fantasy story. You’ll be approached by NPCs who want to speak with you at predetermined points in the game. Be cautious of what you say and to whom you say it: not everyone in the Centuryverse deserves your trust.

Train of the Century’s structure incorporates an intricate sci-fi fantasy story. NPCs will approach you at predetermined points in the game to speak with you. Be careful what you say and to whom you say it: not everyone in the Centuryverse is worthy of your trust.

The Stranger

The Stranger is the first person you’ll encounter in the Centuryverse, but who exactly is he? He calls himself The Stranger, after all. Speaking of shady. But, if what he says is correct, there is a conspiracy at work. If you want to get out of it unscathed, you might have to stick with him and see what happens.

The Century Mechanic

The origins of the Century Mechanic are unknown, but he is well-versed in the mythology of Objects of Power (OOPs) and Century Trains. He’s been around long enough to know not to get involved in meaningless power struggles, but if you can warm him up to you, he might just lend a hand after all.

He’ll forge a Century Train if you collect all 18 Century Train Parts. Of course, there is a cost.

Maureen Fletcher

Maureen Fletcher is the director of research and development at the Johnson Group Research Foundation in Trevithick Pines. She also serves as their spokesperson, and her trademark strawberry blond hairdo is easily identifiable from her numerous press conference appearances.

But underneath it all, she’s a sweet woman who enjoys keeping in touch with her children and baking cookies for her research team. She’ll undoubtedly be a calming influence when things get out of hand.

The Researcher

The Researcher is not well-known. Nobody knows what his real name is. According to rumors, he’s killed anyone who’s gotten close enough to figure out what it is. According to sources, he works at the JGRF alongside Maureen Fletcher, but is this true?

Advanced Mechanics of Train of the Century

Master the game’s advanced features.

Looking For a Deeper Game Experience?

Now that you’ve mastered the fundamentals of Train of the Century, it’s time to explore the more advanced features, which include:

  • ​Station Ownership​
  • ​Century Trains​
  • ​Century Vials​
  • ​Staking (Rail Yards & Conductor Lounges)​
  • ​Rail Run Calculator​

It is not necessary to use these elements to get the full Train of the Century experience. They’re in the game for players who want to immerse themselves in the lore of the Centuryverse and get the most out of their play to earn gaming experience.

What is Train of the Century Golden Runs?

Did you know that every Conductor has a preferred train configuration? That is correct! A Golden Run is when you can send a Conductor on a rail run with all of their favorite assets in tow.

To complete a Golden Run, you must first determine a Conductor’s favorite:

  • Locomotive
  • Rail Car (In the first Rail Car slot on your train)
  • Commodity (Loaded in the Rail Car in the first slot of your train)

Notice: Golden Runs do not include Passenger Cars or Passengers

If you are the first Railroader to complete a Conductor’s Golden Run, you will receive a 1-of-1 NFT with a significant in-game boost! You’ll also be inducted into the illustrious Golden Run Society.

The Golden Run Society

The Golden Run Society is the Centuryverse’s governing body in charge of overseeing the status of all Golden Runs.

If you believe you have completed a Golden Run, you must report to the GRS. The GRS page can be accessed via the Railroader Dashboard. The list of Golden Runs discovered and who discovered them can be found here. You can also quickly see which Conductors’ runs have yet to be claimed.

How to Verify a Golden Run in Train of the Century?

When you’re ready, click the Submit tab at the top of the GRS window to submit a rail run for verification.

You can submit a rail run from your recent history by selecting it and then clicking the green “SUBMIT” button. If you are successful, you will receive a fantastic prize!

What are Golden Run Rewards of Train of the Century?

You will receive their personal journal if you complete a Conductor’s Golden Run. These one-of-a-kind NFTs are yours to keep or sell, but each journal comes with an exceptional perk that can significantly improve your gameplay.

Where Are the Clues in Train of the Century?

A treasure hunt wouldn’t be complete without clues, and there are plenty to be found. Golden Run hints can be found in almost any Train of the Century or OSO Interactive publication. Some of them are even hidden within the Train of the Century game itself!

Certain clues will be obvious, but others will require a keen eye and excellent lateral thinking skills to detect.

What Are Train of the Century Stations?

Stations in Train of the Century operate in the same way that train stations do in real life. Trains use them to transport commodities or passengers. Only 400 Modern Century Stations exist, making them some of the rarest “land-type” NFTs available. Stations are outfitted with a variety of tools to assist owners in incentivizing transports to their station.

Consider the following Station card example.

The commodity payout rates of stations are affected by the commodity types that pass through them as trains enter and exit them. The rate of change will be updated dynamically throughout the day. When planning your rail trips, make sure to check the commodity rates at each station.

Stations can be upgraded to include opportunities for staking your NFTs in addition to serving as rail run destinations.

  • Conductor Lounges will allow you to stake Conductors
  • Rail Yards will allow you to stake idle Locomotives

The number of available staking slots will be determined by the station’s rarity and the extent to which these amenities have been upgraded.

The Perks of Owning a Station

As the owner of a station, you will receive a percentage of all Tocium transactions that occur within your station. Station owners can also choose to upgrade their stations with Conductor Lounges and Rail Yards. The chart below contains information on these benefits.

Station RarityTocium Fee CollectedMaximum Stakeable Assets
Common1%18
Uncommon3%30
Rare5%40
Epic8%50
Legendary15%80
Mythic25%91

The Station Owner Dashboard

A Railroader who owns a Station has access to a comprehensive Station management system. This all happens on the Station Owner Dashboard.

What Are Train of the Century Trains?

Century Trains are mysterious locomotives with extraordinary utility. According to legend, they do not require fuel to function. Some claim to be able to travel through time.

Having such a train in your possession will undoubtedly benefit you but forging one will be difficult. You’ll need the assistance of Oil Zone Otto and the Century Mechanic.

How to Collect Century Train Parts in Train of the Century?

Otto will occasionally appear during an Asset Encounter. When Otto appears, it means he’s discovered a Century Train Part.

CTPs can be purchased at a reduced price during these encounters, or they can be purchased from the Marketplace after declining to buy a part from Otto.

If you do not purchase the part from Otto, you will still be able to take advantage of his discount for 10 minutes if you purchase it from the Marketplace. After that, you must pay the full price.

Fusing CTPs to Your Train

Each CTP can be fused to one of your existing trains to give it a permanent stat boost.

Follow these steps to fuse a CTP to your train:

  1. Open up the Marketplace and click the Parts tab.
  2. Click on the arrow below Otto to switch to the Mechanic page.
  3. Make sure you’re on the Fuse sub-tab, then select the CTP you’d like to fuse.
  4. Click the “CHOOSE LOCO” button and select the Locomotive you’d like to upgrade.
  5. You’ll see a preview of the stat boost your Locomotive will receive.
  6. Click the “FUSE FOR 5 AMP” button to perform the fusion.

A locomotive can only be upgraded so many times before the anomatter in the CTPs causes it to become unstable. To keep your train from succumbing to anomatic pressure, the stats of a Locomotive have upgrade caps:

DistanceLuckHauling PowerSpeed
+60+15+40+25

Good to know: Additionally, each fusion will cost 5 AMP.

How to Forging a Century Train in Train of the Century?

To obtain a Century Train, you must bring all 18 unique CTPs to the Century Mechanic, who will assemble them for you at a cost.

What are the Train of the Century Part Index?

All of the Modern Century Century Train Parts can be found below:

Common

  • Name: Radiator
  • Price: 60,000 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: +2 HP
  • Boost: N/A
  • Speed Boost: N/A
  • Luck Boost: N/A
  • Name: Radiator Fan
  • Price: 60,000 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: N/A
  • HP Boost: N/A
  • Speed Boost: +2
  • Luck Boost: N/A
  • Name: Sandbox
  • Price: 60,000 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: N/A
  • HP Boost: +2
  • Speed Boost: N/A
  • Luck Boost: N/A

Uncommon

  • Name: Batteries
  • Price: 63,750 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: +3 HP
  • Boost: N/A
  • Speed Boost: N/A
  • Luck Boost: N/A
  • Name: Fuel Tank
  • Price: 63,750 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: N/A
  • HP Boost: N/A
  • Speed Boost: +3
  • Luck Boost: N/A
  • Name: Air Reservoirs
  • Price: 63,750 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: N/A
  • HP Boost: +3
  • Speed Boost: N/A
  • Luck Boost: N/A

Rare

  • Name: Drive Shaft
  • Price: 67,500 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: N/A
  • HP Boost: +2
  • Speed Boost: +2
  • Luck Boost: N/A
  • Name: Motor Blower
  • Price: 67,500 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: +2
  • HP Boost: +2
  • Speed Boost: N/A
  • Luck Boost: N/A
  • Name: Main Alternator
  • Price: 67,500 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: +2
  • HP Boost: N/A
  • Speed Boost: +2
  • Luck Boost: N/A

Epic

  • Name: Wheels
  • Price: 71,250 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: +2
  • HP Boost: +3
  • Speed Boost: N/A
  • Luck Boost: +1
  • Name: Electronic Controls
  • Price: 71,250 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: +2
  • HP Boost: +3
  • Speed Boost: +2
  • Luck Boost: N/A
  • Name: Truck Frame
  • Price: 71,250 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: +2
  • HP Boost: N/A
  • Speed Boost: +3
  • Luck Boost: +1

Legendary

  • Name: Traction Motor
  • Price: 112,500 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: +2
  • HP Boost: +4
  • Speed Boost: +2
  • Luck Boost: +1
  • Name: Auxiliary Alternator
  • Price: 112,500 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: N/A
  • HP Boost: +6
  • Speed Boost: +2
  • Luck Boost: +1
  • Name: Air Compressor
  • Price: 112,500 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: +2
  • HP Boost: +4
  • Speed Boost: N/A
  • Luck Boost: +2

Mythic

  • Name: Turbo Charger
  • Price: 180,000 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: +6
  • HP Boost: +1
  • Speed Boost: +9
  • Luck Boost: +3
  • Name: Power Rectifier
  • Price: 180,000 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: +6
  • HP Boost: +5
  • Speed Boost: +5
  • Luck Boost: +3
  • Name: Engine
  • Price: 180,000 TOCIUM
  • Distance Boost: +6
  • HP Boost: +9
  • Speed Boost: +1
  • Luck Boost: +1

What Are Century Vials in Train of the Century?

The Stranger will give you Century Vials as you progress through Train of the Century. But what exactly are they? What is inside them, and why are they glowing?

The short answer is: that Anomatic Particles are present in Century Vials (AMP). Anomatter is poorly understood, but some scientists believe it behaves as both a force and a particle, and that one AMP contains a massive amount of energy.

Explaining the Different Century Vial Variants in Train of the Century

Different Century Vial rarities contain varying amounts of AMP:

ImageRarityProbability of ReceivingAMP Value
Uncommon60%1
Rare25%2
Epic10%6
Legendary4%12
Mythic1%18

How to Use Century Vials / AMP in Train of the Century?

When you collect a Century Vial, the AMP it contains is automatically transferred to the Century Cistern, a special Century Vial that resides in your wallet. That one appears to be as follows:

Certain purchasable items and upgrades will necessitate the use of some of your saved AMP. We’re still researching anomatter and its effects, but for the time being, we know you can use your AMP to:

  • Purchase Portal Passes
  • Fuse Century Train Parts to your Locomotives
  • Forge a Century Train
  • Upgrade Compositions for high-rarity Locomotives

What is the Train of the Century Railroader Emporium?

You’re likely to collect multiples of the same resource as you travel through the Centuryverse. If you have any extra anomatic particles or Century Train parts lying around, you can now convert them into Tocium.

How to Buy and Sell at the Emporium?

The Railroader Emporium is in-game player-to-player marketplace in the Train of the Century game.

Simply click on the Emporium tab in the Marketplace to access it. In this section, enterprising Railroaders can sell or buy unused fungible assets from other Train of the Century players.

Let’s take a look at what the Emporium has to offer:

You’ll need to be familiar with the filter buttons at the top of the window to navigate the Emporium. They appear as follows:

The View Filter is located on the left. By clicking here, you can switch between:

  • Buy
  • Sell
  • My Listings

When you open the Emporium, “Buy” is the default option.

The Item Type Filters are located in the center. To filter visible listings by these categories, click on these:

  • All Listings
  • Century Vials (AMP)
  • Century Train Parts

The Rarity and Sorting Filters are on the right. By changing the Rarity Filter, you can limit listings to:

  • All rarities
  • Common
  • Uncommon
  • Rare
  • Epic
  • Legendary
  • Mythic

Furthermore, the Sorting Filter allows you to arrange listings based on:

  • Newest
  • Oldest
  • Price (Ascending)
  • Price (Descending)

Buying an Item

Buying something from the Emporium is as simple as finding a listing you like and clicking the “Buy” button. You can also learn more about a listing by clicking the “Info” button before parting with your hard-earned Tocium.

Selling an Item

To sell an item, first go to the Emporium’s Sell page. It will appear as follows:

By default, the Century Vials page will be displayed. The box near the top of the window displays your AMP balance. AMP will be available in the same quantities as Century Vials. It is entirely up to you how to divide your AMP listings. In the image above, for example, this Railroader could sell…

  • Fifteen 1 AMP Century Vials
  • Seven 2 AMP Century Vials + One 1 AMP Century Vial
  • One 12 AMP Century Vial + One 2 AMP Century Vial + One 1 Amp Century Vial

…or any other combination of Century Vials whose sum is equal to or less than fifteen.

Click on the CTP filter button in the middle of the filter bar to sell Century Train parts. This is how the page should look:

You’ll see your CTP inventory, with the quantities displayed in the top left corner of each listing. When you’re ready to list CVs or CTPs, click the “SELL” button next to that item. This will launch the Create Listing dialog box:

You’ll be able to set a Tocium price for your listing from here. To change your price, click in the “My Price” box. To ensure that your listing is appealing to other Railroaders, consider the lowest list price and last sold price shown in the pane above.

If you later decide you want to change the price of your listing, you can do so from the Emporium’s My Listings page.

When you’re finished, click the “Create Listing” button in the lower right corner of the window. And there you have it! Congratulations on your newly created Emporium listing.

Viewing and Adjusting Your Listings

Simply navigate to the My Listings view to check on your listings.

You can easily view all of your Emporium listings on this page. You can also change or remove any of your listings.

  • To cancel a listing, simply click the “Cancel” button. Your asset will be safely returned to your inventory.
  • To modify a listing, click the “Modify” button. You’ll see a new window that looks like this:

You can change the price of your listing here, making other Railroaders more eager to buy it. Click the “Modify Listing” button once you’re satisfied with the new listing price.

Train of the Century: Staking Hubs (Rail Yards & Conductor Lounges)

How Staking Works in Train of the Century?

Train of the Century allows players to stake their idle Locomotives and Conductors in order to earn more Tocium over time. You can do so by going to a station with a Rail Yard (for staking Locomotives) or a Conductor Lounge (for Conductors).

Here’s how it works:

  1. Stake your asset in the appropriate pool.
  2. Your asset will accrue Tocium for the duration of its staking period. You’ll be able to preview the rate at which your Locomotive or Conductor will earn Tocium per hour.
  3. The Station Owner can set a Commission rate of between 0% and 50%. The Commission is a fee the Station Owner collects off the top of your Tocium earnings. For instance, if your Locomotive is set to earn 2.5 Tocium / hour and the Commission is 50%, you’ll collect 1.25 Tocium / hour and the Station Owner will collect 1.25 Tocium / hour.

Public and VIP slots are available in both types of staking pools. The number of each type of slot is determined by the pool’s upgrade level.

What is the Train of the Century Rail Yards?

Have an extra locomotive or two but no train to put them on? Put them to work in the Rail Yard at Train of the Century!

To stake a Locomotive in a Public slot, you must have a train idle at the Station where you want to stake. Open the Station View and select the Staking tab at the bottom of the window to access the Rail Yard.

You’ll be able to see how many staking slots are available. Gloom Station has room for two more Locomotives in Public slots, as seen here.

Click on the Rail Yard image and then on “CHOOSE LOCOMOTIVE” under the Public signpost. You can also apply for VIP access to this Rail Yard by clicking the “SEND REQUEST” button next to the VIP signpost.

You can browse your available Locomotives here and choose which one you want to stake. In the top right corner of the Locomotive image, you can see a preview of the rate at which your Locomotive will earn Tocium. The Commission rate is also visible in the bottom left corner of the window, as is the Stake Expiration Date to the right of that.

After making your selection, click the “STAKE” button in the bottom right corner of the window. A confirmation screen will be displayed. This is how it should look:

It’s worth noting that you can only stake one Locomotive in a Public slot at a given station every 12 hours. Keep this in mind when planning your rail runs.

What is the Conductor Lounges in Train of the Century?

Are your conductors getting restless while waiting for a rail run assignment? Send them to the Conductor Lounge for a rest!

To stake a Conductor in a Public slot, you must have a train idle at the Station where you want to stake. To gain access to the Conductor Lounge, open the Station View and then click the Staking tab at the bottom of the window.

Click on the image of the Conductor Lounge and then on “CHOOSE LOCOMOTIVE” under the Public signpost. You can also apply for VIP access to this Rail Yard by clicking the “SEND REQUEST” button next to the VIP signpost.

You can now browse your available Conductors and choose which one you want to stake. Above the Conductor image, you can see a preview of the rate at which your Conductor will earn Tocium. The Commission rate is also visible in the bottom left corner of the window, as is the Stake Expiration Date to the right of that.

After making your selection, click the “STAKE” button in the bottom right corner of the window. A confirmation screen will be displayed. This is how it should look:

And there you have it! You’ve placed your first Conductor wager. Congratulations!

It’s important to note that you can only stake one Conductor in a Public slot at a given station every 12-hour period. Keep that in mind when you plan your rail runs.

Unstaking and Claiming Rewards in Train of the Century

Are you interested in learning more about the nuances of unstaking your assets and claiming Tocium rewards? This is how it works:

  • Unstake your assets from anywhere on the map by visiting Railroader Dashboard and opening the Staking Tab.​
  • You can claim anytime after your asset has been staked for at least an hour. You can claim your rewards from the Railroader Dashboard on the Staking Tab. Clicking the “CLAIM” button on a listing for a Locomotive will automatically claim all accrued rewards for all Locomotives at that Station. Clicking the “CLAIM” button on a listing for a Conductor will have the same affect for Conductors at that Station.
  • Rewards can also be claimed directly from a Rail Yard or Conductor Lounge at which you have assets staked.

Expanding Your Staking Pools

Station owners can upgrade and expand their Rail Yards and Conductor Lounges by paying a Tocium fee. This means that they’ll be able to earn more Tocium from visitors, and visitors will have more chances to stake their assets.

What are the Staking Rates of Train of the Century?

The stake rate for an asset is fixed and determined by the rarity of the card. Rates for locomotives and conductors are the same, as shown in the chart below:

RarityTocium Earned Per Hour
Common1.25
Uncommon2.5
Rare5
Epic10
Legendary20
Mythic40

What are the Train of the Century Conductors?

View the current Train of the Century Conductor cards.

Common

  • Name: Orson Brisk
  • Gear Level: 1
  • Perk 1: Speed
  • Perk 1 Boost: 5%
  • Perk 2: –
  • Perk 2 Boost: –
  • Name: Piggy-Back Ned
  • Gear Level: 1
  • Perk 1: Hauling Power
  • Perk 1 Boost: 5%
  • Perk 2: –
  • Perk 2 Boost: –
  • Name: Tommy Two-Pair
  • Gear Level: 2
  • Perk 1: Luck
  • Perk 1 Boost: +5
  • Perk 2: –
  • Perk 2 Boost: –

Uncommon

  • Name: Shayan Kahree
  • Gear Level: 1
  • Perk 1: Hauling Power
  • Perk 1 Boost: 7%
  • Perk 2: –
  • Perk 2 Boost: –
  • Name: Whiplash Ash
  • Gear Level: 2
  • Perk 1: Speed
  • Perk 1 Boost: 5%
  • Perk 2: –
  • Perk 2 Boost: –
  • Name: Billy Clover
  • Gear Level: 3
  • Perk 1: Luck
  • Perk 1 Boost: +7
  • Perk 2: –
  • Perk 2 Boost: –

Rare

  • Name: Speedy Jame
  • Gear Level: 1
  • Perk 1: Speed
  • Perk 1 Boost: 11%
  • Perk 2: –
  • Perk 2 Boost: –
  • Name: Paloma Haulita
  • Gear Level: 2
  • Perk 1: Hauling Power
  • Perk 1 Boost: 9%
  • Perk 2: –
  • Perk 2 Boost: –

  • Name: Missy Sweetluck
  • Gear Level: 3
  • Perk 1: Luck
  • Perk 1 Boost: +9
  • Perk 2: –
  • Perk2 Boost: –

Epic

Name: Brute Force Tobias Gear Level: 1 Perk 1: Luck Perk 1 Boost: +15 Perk 2: Speed Perk 2 Boost: 7%

Name: Big Break Osipov Gear Level: 2 Perk 1: Luck Perk 1 Boost: +13 Perk 2: Hauling Power Perk 2 Boost: 7%

Legendary

  • Name: Johnny Quick-Knuckles
  • Gear Level: 2
  • Perk 1: Hauling Power
  • Perk 1 Boost: 15%
  • Perk 2: Speed
  • Perk 2 Boost: 15%
  • Name: Wesley Strike
  • Gear Level: 3
  • Perk 1: Luck
  • Perk 1 Boost: +15
  • Perk 2: Speed
  • Perk 2 Boost: 11%

Mythic

  • Name: Gutshot Gauthier
  • Gear Level: 1
  • Perk 1: Luck
  • Perk 1 Boost: +35
  • Perk 2: Hauling Power
  • Perk 2 Boost: 20%
  • Name: K.C. Jones
  • Gear Level: 3
  • Perk 1: Luck
  • Perk 1 Boost: +19
  • Perk 2: Speed
  • Perk 2 Boost: 17%

What are the Train of the Century Locomotives?

Look through the current Train of the Century Locomotive cards and their Iron composition stats.

Common

Uncommon

Rare

Epic

Legendary

Mythic

​Train of the Century Map Regions

Uncover the History of the Train of the Century Centuryverse

The Five Regions of the Train of the Century Centuryverse

Every region on Train of the Century’s Centuryverse map has its own history and culture. This is a world that lives and breathes, from the bustling city center of Centuryville to the hot days on the Pawpaw Plains, slow as sweet as molasses.

Here is a list of the five regions of Train of the Century’s Centuryverse:

  1. ​Centuryville​
  2. ​Pemberton Heights​
  3. ​Trevithick Pines​
  4. ​Pawpaw Plains​
  5. ​James Park​

Conclusion

Train of the Century is a collectible NFT trading card game that can be played in your browser. You take on the role of the Railroader, a sort of train manager in charge of transportation and shipping in the Centuryverse.

As you progress through the Train of the Century, you’ll be able to collect better playing cards, upgrade your setup, and rise through the ranks of Railroaders in Train of the Century.

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