Currency

Mournans use the usual copper-silver-goldplatinum
scale familiar to many felar, with gems
(most often moonstones or sard for 50 gp and
pieces of amber and garnets for 100 gp) used
for larger denominations. Many such stones are
encased in chased silver or iron “edgebindings”
to prevent their being chipped or shattered in
everyday handling. Every realm does its own
minting, with their own local names for the coins,
but in the last century, Asmrel’s rise to wealth was
aided by their minting of huge numbers of good
coins, now circulated widely all over Castlemourn
and accepted as a standard.
• the copper “rued” (a triangular coin punched
in the center so it can be strung on rings)
• the silver “smiling eye” (an oval-shaped coin
that bears a dragon’s eye on one side and an image
of a fanged, scaled smile on the other, with the
legend “I watch for trickery”)
• the golden “shield” (a shield-shaped coin)
• the rare, platinum “turret” (shaped like a squat,
crenellated castle tower)

Currency

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