If you’re looking for a quick, easy and satisfying way to handle money - all those pesky silver and gold pieces floating around your adventurers - look no further, as Fantasy Money is here to help.
You've heard about a lot of "ultimate" gaming products. You've heard of hundreds which are "essential".
Well, you're about to hear about the real deal - the actual ultimate gaming product! A product which fits into every d20 fantasy game, wherever it's set and whatever level your characters are. It's as universal as a battlemat - but cooler!
FANTASY MONEY - in one simple swoop, remove the itty bitty fiddly money management from your game! You don't need to record every silver piece spent, track money as it's passed between characters or (not that this would ever happen!) wonder if your players' wealth totals are entirely "accurate".
Because with Fantasy Money, when you spend money, all you do is hand that amount of money to the GM. And when you find treasure, he hands money to you. You don't have to track it - what you have is what you've got!
Plus, we all know how props can enhance a game. I've been using Monopoly money for months now; my players love it. I love it. Transactions are so much cooler. But I have to use Monopoly money no more, because here comes FANTASY MONEY!
Additionally, we’ve added two documents as a bonus. The first, titled Fantasy Money Tray, includes a whole bunch of different Do-It-Yourself trays to hold your money during play. These come in different sizes, just as the money itself, and also feature neutral versions, for those of you who don’t mind mixing the different money cards and just need a place to store them. The second document is a blank version of the money cards with form fields so you can make any money card you like with whatever denomination.
You can print Fantasy Money in greyscale on coloured card (green for copper, yellow for gold, blue for silver and white for platinum). You could choose to print in colour on white card (resulting in actual copper, gold, silver and platinum coloured money). You could also do either of the above using paper instead of card, if you prefer a more "real-world" bill feel.