The international standardization of brass coinage.
(Not a Copyright right here, just asking that To-Do, viewable by everyone be looked at from time to time and someone comment on it to remind me it exists - Also if people would comment on Glossary of Terms with terms they come across and think should be included, that would be wonderful)
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Money is one of those things that are so important and present in everyday life that vanishes from imagination. I had managed to ignore the subject completely in Sharitarn, until I saw that Worldanvil video . The interview about currency in History. Now it is one of my favourite videos of Worldanvil. Then I made 1 text about coins used by different cities in my world. Liked the text. And promised myself that I would give the subject more attention in my stories. And naturally failed in live up to that promise. Now I am back to just say "money", and jump the details in monetary transactions. Because monetary transactions are complicated. They do make the world richer and more believable, however. I admire your attention to that aspect.
Thank you! I'm mostly focused on a small section of my world (basically a subcontinent) and have simplified a lot of the process where one brass is one brass everywhere and the coins just look different from each other. But I felt I needed a justification for having my brass coins.
What an interesting backstory for coinage. Nice!
Thank you! I enjoyed creating and writing it a lot.