Moku Gacha: Reloaded
Moar prizes, new quests, infinite possibilities ⚔️ 

Key Points

  • We’re hosting a four-day Gacha challenge with Moku. Complete social quests to earn gacha rolls for a chance to win ultra-rare Tribesters NFTs, RNS names from special collections, RON tokens – and more.
  • Tribesters: Island of Solas is a social MMO game being built on Ronin by Tribes Studios. They’ve placed a handful of 1-of-1 NFTs into the Moku prize pool! Prizes also include five Tier 1 RNS names from the Way of the Samurai (Bushido) special collection.
  • The Gacha campaign will begin at 4pm EST November 14th / 5am PHST November 15th and ends at 3:59pm EST November 18th / 4:59am PHST November 19th. Everyone who completes their social quests on Day 1 will receive extra early-bird Gacha rolls.

There’s a lot of buzz around Ronin and it can be hard to keep up with everything. Pixels’ took the world by storm. The ZOIDS’ migration. Our upcoming RNS public sale. Wild Forest’s open beta – the list goes on! This is what it looks like when the fruits of our labor start to come together after years of relentless shipping. However, we’re just getting started. Today, we’re excited to give our community the chance to win ultra-rare prizes through Moku. These prizes include the first-ever Tribesters NFTs as well as RNS names from The Way of the Samurai special collection. Welcome to Moku: Reloaded.


Moku Challenge Details

Log into your Moku account to see a new set of social quests and prizes. Everyone who completes their quests on Day 1 will also receive early-bird bonus Gacha rolls! These rolls give you a chance to win any one of the prizes below, which include some of Tribesters’ first-ever NFTs and rare Tier 1 RNS names. This is a great way to onboard friends and family onto Ronin: explore Tribesters and RNS early, and get rewarded for it!

Moku Gacha Challenge Start Time

4pm EST November 14th / 5am PHST November 15th

Moku Gacha Challenge End Time

3:59pm EST November 18th / 4:59am PHST November 19th


  • 1 CyberKongz Genkai NFT
  • 2 ultra-rare, unrevealed Tribesters 1-of-1 NFTs from a 21-piece collection
  • 5 Bushido-themed RNS names
  • 10 Summer axies
  • 30 gaming-themed RNS names
  • A total of 1500 RON tokens
  • Raffle tickets for an additional Tribesters 1-by-1 NFT

What are the Tribesters NFTs?

Tribesters: Island of Solas is a social MMO game being built on Ronin by Tribes Studios. This week, the Tribesters team has opened allowlist registration to their Free Membership NFT mint. This membership will grant holders Tribesters allowlist priority, access to exclusive prizes, merch discounts, free game packs, and a special VIP badge, and more. The Tribesters: Island of Solas social MMO game has not launched yet, so this is a great opportunity to get involved at the beginning of their journey. 

  • Tribesters Allowlist Signup: Today until 23:59 on November 16th.
  • Tribesters NFT Mint Day: November 16th 7:00 PM EST/ November 17th 8:00 AM PHST (link will be shared soon)

“We’re incredibly excited about sharing the launch of our Tribesters World with everyone in the Ronin Community. We’re builders, we want to build our gaming world with you, and allow everyone the chance to be a part of that journey. Join us, you’ll find a home in our Community Portal and let’s build together!”

ー Glenn McGuire, Founder and CEO at Tribes Studio

What is the Way of the Samurai RNS Name Collection?

In Japanese, the Way of the Samurai is called Bushido (武士道). This overarching warrior’s code influenced every aspect of ancient Samurai culture – from its philosophies of life to morality on the battlefield.

The name Ronin means “samurai without a master” in Japanese. We’ve also named some of the most important infrastructure on Ronin after Japanese samurai culture. For example, “Katana” from the Katana DeX means “sword” in Japanese. This is more than a naming convention: it’s the spirit of discipline and bravery we carry with us as we build Ronin.

The Way of the Samurai RNS Collection is a series of Tier 1 RNS names referring to influential samurai terms. Complete Moku’s challenges for a chance to win one of five RNS names up for grabs from this collection: Kenjutsu, Kabuto, Kyudo, Naginata, and Musha. Here’s what they mean:

Kenjutsu.ron (剣術)

Kenjutsu referred to the art of the Japanese sword in feudal Japan. Over time, it became an umbrella term for all schools of Japanese swordsmanship, including the more modern styles of kendo and iaido. This would be a perfect name for a warrior at heart.

Kabuto.ron (兜)

Kabuto refers to the distinct style of visor-attached helmets dating back to the fifth century. Later, the samurai class of feudal Japan adopted and refined them as their own. To don a kabuto helmet meant to prepare for battle. This would be a perfect name for someone who bridges the ways of the past with the ways of the future.

Naginata.ron (薙刀)

Naginata is a specific type of blade used by samurai infantry, warrior monks, and the deadly onna-musha – a female warrior belonging to the Japanese nobility. The Naginata’s curved blade and long handle created forced combatants to fight at a greater distance from each other than usual on the battlefield. This would be a perfect name for someone who likes to stand out and play by their own rules.

Kyudo.ron (弓道)

Kyudo means the Japanese martial art of archery. This art dates back thousands of years and has evolved ever since while retaining its brilliant simplicity. This would be a perfect name for someone who understands the importance of passing on traditions from generation to generation.

Musha.ron (武者)

Musha means warrior in Japanese. You get the idea. This would be a perfect name for someone who never gives up in the face of adversity.

Final Thoughts

2024 will be the year of Ronin. While it may seem like there’s a lot going on today, this is still only the second year of our journey. We launched Ronin in 2021 to give gamers a fast, reliable blockchain that enabled digital property rights. Today, we’re celebrating one of our partners’ games and the launch of RNS with a Moku Gacha challenge. Let’s keep pushing.