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Formerly a PC-exclusive gamer, Kae was introduced to the tabletop world by gateway of the World of Warcraft TCG. Since then, her interests have broadened with her favorite games including Battlestar Galactica, Pathfinder, Lord of the Rings LCG, WarmaHordes, and more. Kae is willing to try just about any game and loves learning new strategy.

Video Review – Fantasy Coins (Hand-Minted)

Fantasy Coins

When you’re playing a tabletop RPG that’s set in a fantasy setting, what do you imagine of using as currency to purchase items? Of course some RPGs use gold in different denominations, which is fine, but what do you imagine when you think of these sorts of currency? When I think of currency in a fantasy type setting I think of hand-minted coins that are unique and desirable. Forger Aaron Davis thought the same thing, and set out to bring hand-minted coins to the tabletops of gamers everywhere! He took to Kickstarter, where he successfully funded a campaign to create and send out the very coins you see in the photo above. We were lucky enough to complete a quest to get a chest of these coins as a reward, and we wanted to share our wealth with you – our readers! Check out our video review of Aaron Davis’ Fantasy Coins below.

The Fantasy Coins Kickstarter is still up and running for another dozen days or so. Make sure you head on over to secure yourself some treasure while you can!

Thanks to Aaron Davis for sending us a set of Fantasy Coins for review!

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2 Comments on “Video Review – Fantasy Coins (Hand-Minted)”

  1. derynnaythas August 25, 2014 at 12:33 PM #

    I used paizo coins, but that ones are totaly great!

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