Theussaun Royal Treasury Building / Landmark in Emaxus | World Anvil
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Theussaun Royal Treasury

Atop the ridge that the grand capital Theussau sprawls, there is one crowning building: the Palace of Eternity. Adjacent to the home of the Monarch of the Protectorate is the Theussaun Royal Treasury, which, while less grand, is nearly just as well defended and arguably even more important to the stability of the Protectorate. To many in Theussau, the Royal Treasury is a place of upstanding workers doing their civic duty to maintain the financial stability of the Protectorate. To many across the Protectorate, the Treasury is simply a building they see minted on coins. And to those handful in the know, the Royal Treasury is the powerbase of a man who holds just as much, if not more power than King Theussau himself, a man known only as "the King."   Who the King is is completely unknown, as only a few hundred people even know of his existence, and of that group only a handful know anything about him other than his moniker. Only the leadership of the thieves' guild known as the King's Men know anything about the King, who has remained their mysterious, esoteric founder for well over a century now. But to many within the guild, they're fine with what little they know. He tells them to steal from the rich, equalize wealth, and work through illegal routes to achieve better lives for many within the Protectorate, and they nod and agree.

Theussaun Mint

The Protectorate, being the economic superpower it is, mints its own currency. The "tail" side of all of its coins is the same: the front of the Treasury pressed into the center, with a banner around it. The "head" side differs based off the denomination of the coin. A copper coin has a picture of the Palace of Eternity, a silver coin has a bust of whoever the current Monarch is (presently King Usur Theussau III), and gold coins bear the standard of the Theussaun banner: an eight-pointed star.   The Protectorate does not mint platinum or ethereum coins.
Bank / Treasury


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