Daz 3D Announces League Of Legendary Lions NFT Collection
Daz 3D are Web3 trail-blazers. Specialising in NFT strategy, marketing, and full-stack development, this digital art company has collaborated with iconic brands like Coca-Cola, Champion, and Warner Bros. In 2021 Daz partnered with RTFKT (now Nike) to bring 3D utility to Clone X. Then in 2022, the NFT innovators dropped Non-Fungible People, an NFT collection of 8,888 3D Women & Non-Binary folks. Now Daz 3D is at it again and has just announced their latest high-octane PFP collection: the League of Legendary Lions.
Daz 3D’s latest NFT offering: The League of Legendary Lions
Made up of 7000 3D rendered PFP NFTs, each League of Legendary Lions is strikingly unique. You could mint a lion in flames, a gold-plated lion, or even an Egyptian Pharaoh. If you’re extremely lucky you may even mint one of the 10 1:1 lions, each with exclusive traits. Although each PFP is individual they all share one common value: these lions are the best of the best at what they do, and they are not afraid to show it. The lions wear their manes with pride, showing their power and solidarity, and showcasing their beautiful community.
You can mint your lion on GameStop NFT Marketplace for 0.05ETH. League of Legendary Lions will be released in phases. The first phase opening up on Friday, August 26th, so get in while you can!
The League of Legendary Lions Lore
All great NFT collections come with a back story, and Daz 3D has given us a belter. According to the lore, legend says that for hundreds of years, the ancient city of Mammalia – home of the lions – has been kept hidden. No longer wanting to hide in the shadows they want the world to see them and hear their roar. Among all the prides in Mammalia, the League of the Legendary Lions stands above the rest. They are the greatest, proudest versions of themselves.
With incredible artwork and vibrant community connections, what more could you ask for? If you want to join the pride and take your spot among the lions, keep an eye on their Twitter for minting dates.