Examine First City Coins

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From: Continue writing your Monograph


Surely much can be gleaned from these beauties?

Game Instructions: This will make your monograph more Tragic and less Ironic.

Unlocked with 50 x First City Coin


Challenge information

Narrow, Mithridacy 6

  • 1 and below - almost impossible (10%)
  • 2 - high-risk (20%)
  • 3 - high-risk (30%)
  • 4 - tough (40%)
  • 5 - very chancy (50%)
  • 6 - chancy (60%)
  • 7 - modest (70%)
  • 8 - very modest (80%)
  • 9 - low-risk (90%)
  • 10 and above - straightforward (100%)

Success

Smooth sailing

Description summary:
The success description varies by Object of Historical Study.

ObjectDescription
100-130, 230, 240, 300, 320, 500Is it any wonder that in the Neath, currency is as old as human habitation? The Bazaar is much more than a market; but it is a market.
210, 310While all First City coins have a tree on one side, the inscriptions on the other side vary. On a few examples, the undeciphered script circles around a face in profile, or an image of the Bazaar, or a pair of eyes […].
220First City coins have been found as far afield as Port Carnelian, suggesting that commerce between the Falling Cities and the Elder Continent is ancient. Did they trade with the Presbyterate? A precursor state? Something else entirely?
400A myth about Nicator's life claims that he briefly ruled the First City as a regent while the Masters were otherwise occupied. He brought with him 77 talents of silver from the Elder Continent, from which First City coins were struck.

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Failure

It's just money

They're coins. That's all there is to them, really, they're coins. The more you write about them, the less you have to say.