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These metal coins were designed for the board game Hegemonic but are useful for any science fiction game as counters or coins!
These metal coins were designed for the board game Hegemonic but are useful for any science fiction game as counters or coins!
1,432 backers pledged $98,550 to help bring this project to life.

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    1. William
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      on

      In fact, I'd like to see a survey on replacing the 250 coin with something higher, like a 5,000 or 10,000 coin.

    2. William
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      on

      Yeah, I'd much rather see the 1000, followed by a 5,000 or 10,000 and just drop out the 250 entirely.

    3. Peter McAndrew on

      @jayvs1: If you're using that value progression, your minimum numbers for six players are 18 x 25, 6 x 500, 24 x everything else (20, 10 and 30 given the sets of 10), which would leave 80 1000s. Frankly, you want more than your minimum so you don't have to keep making change. The main thing I'd consider changing in your distribution is I'd probably drop the 500s to 20 and get 10 more of something (depending on your games either 5s or 1000s or getting a value you've missed like 10s)

    4. Jay V. Schindler
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      on

      Right now, I'm thinking of getting the following 200 coins. Has anyone thought of a more "efficient" way to distribute coins to handle 6 people with a maximum flexibility and get to a high total? 40 x 1 CAP; 30 x 5 CAP; 30 x 25 CAP; 40 x 100 CAP; 30 x 500 CAP; 30 x 1000 CAP. This way, if everyone keeps "making change" for least coin count, all 6 players could have a total up to 8,256 CAP. I decided to get extra 1s and 100s to keep "making change" easy. Any thoughts out there?
      Jay

    5. Scott Everts
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      on

      Those do look great. I really wish the 1000 was moved ahead of the 250. It's odd since 250 is not a very common denomination. 1000 is much more useful.

    6. Jason Peters
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      on

      @Tim:
      1) The table at the top of the front page shows which coins will have which backs.
      2) Below the master image on the front page is this text: "(Yeah we know the 1 is of a different font- it won't be in the final version- my layout guy is just too busy with Hegemonic to fix that image)"

    7. Tim Braun
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      on

      Although not ideal for my purposes, I can live with the final coin shape and color configurations. Two things:

      1) What is the final concensus on which coin backs will be used on which coins? The poll questions about that were very ambiguious.

      2) Please address the "1" font/number used on the copper singles. This font/number does not match the same character on the 10 and 100 coins. Nowhere has this inconsistency been addressed and I see it is still present on the final designs.

    8. greypilgrim on

      ...and I also would have prefered that the 1000 CAP was earlier in the Stretch Goals than the smaller 250 or 500. But, meh, the coins are great looking!

    9. greypilgrim on

      Put it up on my Facebook - I have a crowd of gaming friends!

    10. Tony McRee on

      We have posted, blogged (http://rolldicetakenames.blogspot.com) and tweeted (@DiceAndNames) as requested. Can't wait to use these in our local Netrunner tournaments. Wish I could find a way to use them in Nile.

    11. Arbitrary Ranger on

      Those coins in the piicture are perfect, awesome.

    12. J D Sterling Babcock on

      Ohh. I like the shape and color of the larger coins! If only the 1000 came before the 250. I am wondering if we will get to the 1000 coin. We need it!

    13. Vuud on

      Very happy about the 2 cap coin. I plan on using those for my Custom Dune Game and also Netrunner.

    14. Mike Maxson
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      on

      I really like the shapes and overall designs of these coins. Still would have preferred them to be more colorful, but they are nice.

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      David Powell on

      I thought the chart made from the survey said the 250 was rounded and the 500 was wavy. Is this the final design of these denominations or is the chart the official version?

    16. Manary Corte on

      They look very good! I'm praying (and sharing, and liking) to get those and put them on my MoV!

    17. Corhen on

      thoes look really nice!

    18. illuminus on

      Ooh, I was a little skeptical of the high denomination coins, but I really like how they look...may have to up my pledge to accommodate.