Corruption of Azim
- Platinum coins are called Crowns and are printed with a kingly crown on one side and the imperial crest on the other.
- Gold coins are called Nobles and have the image of a popular nobleman one one side. The nobleman is different every year, and it is considered a great honor and prestige to have one’s likeness imprinted. The opposite side has the Validran crest.
- Silver coins are called Imperials and have the imperial crest imprinted on both sides. Some accidents have been made in printing gold coins this way. They are highly prized by gamblers, who use them as trick coins for various cons.
- Copper coins are called Scepters, and bear a kingly scepter on one side and the imperial crest on the other.
Additionally, most commoners trade for what they need: Livestock, Food, Tools, and Supplies can be traded in many smaller towns. Gems, mined from the mountains to the west are also traded in the larger cities of Lysidia and Aelhaim. Some cities and towns also have unique barter systems, such as the coastal cities of Evercrest and Cypur, both known for their excellent pearls, which often use them for trade in addition to Validran coin.