Gameplay Implications:

Gold: The Universal Currency Whether in the bustling markets of the Human cities, the shadowy enclaves of the elves, the deep caverns of the Dwarves, or the dark caves of the Goblins, to even the Role Players themselves... gold serves as the primary medium of exchange. Historical Importance: The origins of gold's value can be traced back to ancient legends. Some say it is the tears of the gods, while others believe it to be the remains of fallen stars. Whatever its mythical origins, gold has always been intertwined with power, magic, and prosperity. Utility for All Races: Every race finds a unique use for gold: • Humans: Craftsmen and jewelers use gold in their finest creations, symbolizing wealth and prestige. Kingdoms press coins for a standard currency. • Elves: Gold is woven into magical artifacts and aids in their intricate spellwork. • Dwarves: Besides their infatuation with its luster, Dwarves use gold in constructing resilient architectures and powerful weaponry. ... and many more. Each race, from the smallest Halfling to the mightiest Giant, finds value in gold for their purposes. Why Gold? •

Singular Currency System: Players need not juggle multiple forms of money, making trading, bargaining, and purchasing streamlined and efficient.

Below is a table of average Gold Value of loot dropped by enemies based on their Armor Value.

Low Tier:

Armor Value 1-2: 100 x 1d4 gp

Armor Value 3-4: 200 x 1d6 gp

Armor Value 5-6: 400 x 1d6 gp

Armor Value 7-8: 1,000 + (100 x 1d6) gp

Armor Value 9-10: 500 x 1d6 gp

Mid Tier:

Armor Value 11-12: 1,000 x 1d6 gp

Armor Value 13-16: 3,000 x 1d6 gp


Armor Value 17-20: 5,000 x 2d6 gp

Armor Value 21-24: 9,000 x 2d6 gp

Very Difficult:

Armor Value 25-29: 11,000 x 2d6 gp


Armor Value 30+: 22,000 x 3d6 gp


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