I am really a fan of upgrading your game where possible, but one of the upgrades that I often buy quickly is the metal coins. I always think that is the best upgrade besides the fact that it plays better.
After 4 successful Legendary Metal Coin campaigns, Drawlab Entertainment's is back with their 5th campaign. Their coins look very good and very detailed. These coins also play great with various games, because the coins are very good in weight and thickness. See here their kickstarter campaign for more information and don't forget to back them!
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Welcome to Avalon! In the Camelot coin was inspired by medieval depiction of thefamous tale.
On the gold coin you can see the city itself,
Camelot bursting with life with the ultimategoal, the Holy Grail onthe back.
On the silver coin you can see a valiant knight on his quest for glory with the Excalibur on the back.
On the copper coin we have the round table, with all the 12 swords of the knights who have pledged their lives on the holy quest.
This is a numeric (Unit) set of the campaign is a 6 coin set with 2 coppers, 2 silver and 2 gold coins included in the set.
On them you can see art themed as Space Warriors
(copper), Planets (copper), a Spaceship (silver), a Mars rover or Lunar buggy (silver), an Alien (gold) a black hole (gold).
The coins can be used as currency in a big variety of space themed games having a futuristic font on the back with values of 1 to 100.
This historian coin line is inspired by iconic works of art of ancient civilizations of the Americas, more specifically the Maya, Aztec and Inca (gold coins) Empires.
Aztec Empire (coppercoins): One side of the copper coins depicts Tōnatiuh, the Aztec sun deity of the day sky, a fierce and war like god. In the other side of the coin we have textiles, a valuable commodity atthe height of the Aztec Empire (15th century). Textiles were often rewarded by the emperor to the nobility or distinguished warriors and even served as a form of currency.
Maya Empire (silver coins): One side of the coin depicts the Long Count calendar, dating the world fromits beginning (estimated by Mayans as August 11, 3114 BC). It is cyclical as each period of time will beginagain but it is also linear, and because of this linearity it can date far into the future. The other sidedepicts the ultimate offering to the gods, the human sacrifice was a daily happenstancewith thousandsbeing sacrificed per year.
Inca Empire (gold coins): One side of the gold coin depicts Viracocha, the great creator deity, represented as wearing the sun for a crown, thunderbolts in his hands and tears descending from hiseyes as rain. The other side has "The Chakana", a stepped cross made up of an equal-armed crossindicating the cardinal points of the compass and a superimposed square. The square is suggested to represent the other two levels of existence.