The Pathfinder Inns of Absalom coin set is perfect for when the adventurers need to buy food, drinks and a room for the night, as well as commonplace gear.
The set contains 30 coins, selected to be a useful mix for making change:
12 x Absalom 1-Copper coin
3 x Absalom 5-Copper coin
12 x Absalom 1-Silver coin
3 x Absalom 5-Silver coin
The set comes in a green velvet bag with the Eye of Aroden printed in gold.
The 1-Copper and the 5-Copper show the profile and full body of Aroden. Silver coins are known as "Badgers" in Absalom, and here's why: the 1-Silver has a rampant badger, and the 5-Silver has five badgers running.
These coins are also found in the Pocket Change Coin Pack.
PATHFINDER COINS OF ABSALOM
Pathfinder adventurers spend their treasure on equipment and magic items. When your adventurers go shopping in the Grand Bazaar in the Coins district of Absalom, now you can pay with actual metal coins!
The Coins of Absalom are taken direct from the pages of Absalom, City of Lost Omens published by Paizo Inc. The copper pennies (cp) show Aroden, city founder. The silver weight coins (sp) show the badger, the city's favourite animal. The gold measure coins (gp) show the majestic buildings of the City at the Center of the World. The platinum coins show the legendary creatures of the city.
The coins all have different shapes, and increase in size as they increase in value. All coins have the Eye of Aroden on the reverse, and all coins of value 2 and over are denominated.
The coins are all designed by Brian Patterson (D20 Monkey), based on art from Absalom City of Lost Omens, published by Paizo Inc.
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