Just to crack gratuitously on DL...if STEEL is so USEFUL, why would anyone
melt it down into coins? Gold and silver became the "mintage of choice" in
the "Real World" for one reason - they do NOT corrode. There ARE, on
display in museums, two thousand year old gold and silver coins. How many
STEEL artifacts remain after such a long period of time?

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> From: Greegan
> coins. I like a 1pp=10gp=10sp=etc. but I'm thinking about starting up a
DL AD&D2nd campaign... and with steel pieces? Well I don't expect that but
is there anything done like that? Thanks anyways.
> Greegan