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What are Anvil Coins?
Coins exist to reward you for engaging with the platform and community, not to gate you from accessing features.
You may spend them to create feature requests, and to vote on requests others have made. In the future, you will also be able to spend these Coins to nominate an article to be featured on the front page.
Whilst previously only Guild Members could build their shiny draconic hoard by logging in each day, now everyone can earn coins by logging in.
Upcoming features, including Duels, and Quests, add routes to earn coins. Quests have been described as a writing prompt system. Duels have been described as quest sprints judged by word count.
Q: Can I purchase more Coins?
No. World Anvil Coins are not, and will never be, a microtransaction feature. This also includes the intentional absence of user-to-user coin-exchanges.
Q: Where can I see how many coins I have?
Earning WA Coins
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Coins can be used for suggesting features for World Anvil and voting on suggestions of features for the site. You can also use coins to have your journal entry posted to the Global Feed.
More uses will be released over time.
Suggesting a Feature
On the help page, you can find the "I have a feature request" button. Click the button, and you'll be taken to a Voting Page with another button for "I have a feature suggestion."
It costs 300 Anvil Coins to make a feature suggestion. The price is to ensure that the suggestion has been seriously considered by the submitter.
Features that have at least 300 different votes and a positive score of at least +10000 will be taken under consideration as a feature for the site.
Voting on a Suggestion
To vote on suggested features, you follow many of the same steps as going to suggest a feature, but instead of submitting a suggestion, you may choose to vote on the suggested features you see.
Coins are spent according to how enthusiastic you are in favor of or against the suggestion. You may spend 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, or 300 to vote or downvote a feature by as many points. If you have entered text in the voting box, that will be shown next to your vote.
You can also vote anonymously!
Note - The World Anvil Team has the final say, regardless of a suggestion's popularity. Reasons for a suggestion to be rejected may range from "Doesn't match our vision of where World Anvil is developing" to a lack of resources or man power, or a technical limitation.
Your Journal Entry on the Global FeedWhen you go to your profile page, you will see your profile page with your three most recent posts and then a box that asks "What are you up to?". This box is where you make a new journal entry or status update - journal entries are the full-length entries where you can add a title and then details by clicking on the words "Make it a journal entry", while status updates are the one line used to make the journal title. Spending the 500 coins will make the post global. This means it will appear on the World Anvil Community tab. To post to the global feed, you need to set both a title and a body. Also, do not spam or post inappropriate content, as this may result in access to this global stream being revoked or even the account being banned. The global feed is a way for you to get the word out about what you're doing to other people who may not be following you.
Anvil Coins are common and can be earned by: Logging in
Nonpurchaseable - but is earnable
Engagement and worldbuilding.