Coin

The coinage system used in the Empire was unified and simple. That was until the death of Orem III and each kingdom began minting its own coins. The coins for each kingdom are used only in that kingdom and its provinces. Here are the coins commonly used throughout the Empire.

Oremian coin Although no longer in mint, the Imperial coin is the standard in most areas.

name ink ing ind
value 1gp 1sp 1cp
front any emperor any emperor any emperor
back dragon unicorn any high priest

Norlastian coin

name ink ing ind
value 1gp 1sp 1cp
front King High Priest Nimen symbol
back dragon boar stylized mountain

Risian coin

name ink ing ind
value 1gp 1sp 1cp
front phoenix serpent oak leaf
back Risian emblem Risian emblem Risian emblem

Barran coin

name ink ing ind
value 1gp 1sp 1cp
front boar phoenix serpent
back Barran emblem Barran emblem Barran emblem

Galashien coin

name inkal ungal undal
value 1gp 1sp 1cp
front oak tree ash tree elm tree
back mistletoe sage thyme

Dwarven coin Dwarves do not use coins. Instead, they use carefully weighed, pyramid-shaped gold bits with the stamp of the official weightmaster on the bottom. The four sides of the pyramid shape are striped to prevent shaving of the gold. Dwarves have no silver or copper bits, only gold.

name korr gleyn kip pent flek
weight 1oz 1\2oz 1\4oz 1/8oz 1/16oz
rough equivalents+ 4gp 2gp 1gp 5sp 25cp

+equivalents based on a 100% pure gold piece

Elven coin

Very little is understood about elven economy as they have no coin system. Many humans believe they still follow some kind of bartering system, but this is only hearsay.

Coin

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