This 50-coin set is intended for horror board games and card games, where it is useful to have a deep mix of common denominations.
We have studied dozens of major board games, and created this ideal mix.
The coins are all from our Electrum range, and the designs have necromantic and demonic themes, perfect for dark, spooky games.
The set contains coins in three different denominations, each in our black nickel finish, packed in a decadent burgundy velvet bag:
1-Electrum coins (x25): The Skull, measuring 19mm.
5-Electrum coins (x15): The Spider, measuring 22mm.
20-Electrum coins (x10): The Hungry Maw, measuring 26.5mm.
The denominations are clearly displayed, making the coins easy to cash in during play. The different shapes and sizes also make each coin type very distinct.
(Should you require higher values for a particular game, the set combines perfectly with any of the higher value Electrum coins.)
The Horror Board Game Set will forever change the way you play board games. Nothing beats the feeling of real metal coins at the gaming table!
For more on using coins with board games, download our free Board Games with Coins PDF.
WHY BLACK METAL?
Historically, Electrum was a mix of silver and gold. But, for us, this would be too similar to the other coins, and hard to distinguish on the table. We wanted to make our Electrum unique.
Our new black nickel finish is perfect. It produces a dark and shining coin. The longer you stare at them, the more disturbing details appear.Our Electrum range was made possible by our
591 heroic Kickstarter and Backerkit backers.
Video introduction to our fourth Kickstarter campaign: Electrum Coins, designed by Lee Smith. The Kickstarter campaign is running in August 2016, please join us! CREDITS Camera & Editing Christian Were Audio Kris Wilson Animation Andrew Buttery Players Andre Bishop Darryl Browne Jessica Hutchinson Mark Morrison Masako Nakayama Coin & token design Lee Smith Roleplaying Game Shadow of the Demon Lord, (c) 2015 Schwalb Entertainment Playing cards Póstumo: Deck of the Dead (c) 2013 Darren J. Gendron Filmed at House of War Melbourne, Australia houseofwar.com.au Equipment hire Madman Entertainment Music "Epic" by Bensound bensound.com Thanks for watching!
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