Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Free Platinum Coin Counters for D&D and other Fantasy RPGs


Finally, the last of this collection of coin counters, Platinum, has arrived! This set of counters is designed to make it easier to keep track of platinum in Dungeons and Dragons and other fantasy RPGs. I've designed them in such a way as to make it very easy to get nice attractive double sided counters that are perfectly lined up. Single sided counters are a pain when they're upside down!

Currently the set comes in 5 denominations: 1, 5, 10, 50 and 100. You will probably want to make a few copies, particularly of the 100 Platinum coin pieces. You'll want at least 4 each of the 1's and 10's for each player and a bucket load of 100's if you need to keep track of high volumes of cash.

The Gold, Silver, and Copper coins are already out.




Use the counters like you'd use Energy in Risk 2210, or money in Monopoly. The denominations are marked by size in addition to the printed detail so that you can tell them apart at a glance.

Download Kev's Lounge: Platinum Coin Counters at Papercraft Dungeon

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5 comments:

marjasall said...

No tokens for electrum pieces? (I think those are the only ones you are missing)

These are cool... kind of hard for players to lie about their cash when you're using these.

marjasall said...

This would be set 4, as you only have 4 sets of counters available (Gold, Copper, Silver, Platinum)

Lounge Lizard Kev said...

Not sure anyone even uses electrum anymore, but I will do a set of those in time just for the sake of completeness. I want to move on to some other things right now though, like the long awaited follow up to the outdoor tiles.

It is in fact Set 5 even though there have only been 4 coin sets. The first set was "Set 1: Potions and Ammunition".

Anyway, thanks for your support! :)

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Marjasall said...

Ah - ok. Understood.

Your blog is really cool, btw! I enjoy the creative things you post.