What are Potion Tokens?
A Potion Token is a unique RPG table-top gaming accessory that represents a great way for a table-top RPG player to keep track of his or her potion inventory during game-play. The Potion Token is given to a player by the DM (Dungeon Master) or GM (Game Master) when the player's character finds potions in an adventure. When a player uses (spends) a Potion Token, they can physically hand the Potion Token to the DM. No need to erase a potion from inventory!!
Players will never have to flip through books to find the spell description of the potion their character is trying to use, because the small spell description on the back of the potion token tells the player exactly what to do to resolve that spell.
Potion Tokens are produced in both PLASTIC and METAL materials. The Metal Potion Tokens are manufactured the same way as Challenge Coins. For a little background on what a Challenge Coin is, visit this website: http://challengecoin.org/challenge-coin-faq/what-is-the-origin-of-military-challenge-coins/ Challenge coins are normally used by the military and corporations to inspire loyalty and enhance morale. In practice, challenge coins are normally presented by unit commanders in recognition of special achievement by a member of the unit. Potion Tokens will have the same attention to quality that traditional challenge coins do.
Potion Tokens are compatible with:
- Pathfinder RPG
- Dungeons & Dragons
- Castles & Crusades
Metal Potion Tokens are 1.75" in size. (Plastic POTION TOKENS are slightly smaller.)
Add on any of the Potion Tokens generated by this Kickstarter campaign.
** Include the price of any desired add-ons into your pledge and then after the Kickstarter campaign is complete we will contact you via e-mail to ask which add-on Potion Tokens you want.
The original art for Potion Tokens was created by professional artist Mike S. Corley. Mike was integral in making Potion Tokens a reality. Check out Mike’s Deviantart.com gallery here: http://mscorley.deviantart.com/gallery/
Risks and challenges
One huge risk I have taken is paying for the commissioned artwork and copyrighting of the Potion Token concept up-front.
Once I receive the finished product and the packaging, I'll need some time to get everything prepared and sent out.
My coin manufacturer said they can handle large quantities of product in a small amount of time so the delivery date is on the long side of estimating but that way you, as the customer,are pleasantly surprised when your Potion Tokens before the promised delivery date.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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