Manacle & Coin is the latest offering from White Wolf for their Exalted line, and I am glad that this book has finally seen print within the main. Manacle and Coin is a sourcebook for Exalted First Edition covering the Guild and its practices throughout Creation. Contents[show] Summary. In 3rd Ed will the great information from Manacle and Coin be published in This book is on the economy of the world of Exalted gives specific.

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Learn more about Amazon Prime. Want to Read saving…. To see what your friends thought of this xnd, please sign up. This book is on the economy of the world of Exalted gives specific information on The Guild, its history and structure, drugs – the soft trade, mamacle – the hard trade, plus money and finance in Creation.

Then, once you contact one, you make several more rolls to haggle with the seller, opposed. Comparing Exalted with other gaming systems, it’s surprising how little support there is in rules for trade.

Jan 21, Mark Austin rated it liked it. Thanks for telling us about the problem. If the players want to look for a certain artifact in Nexus, the storyteller has to figure it out all on his own, basically inventing his own rules and procedures, and it makes things a lot more difficult, in a game that’s already difficult to run.

And of course, walking around with all of your 5 dots in resources in your pocket is problematic. The second is the drug trade in the world of Exalted, the third is the slave trade, and the fourth is a look at money and finance in Exalted. John Dodd rated it liked it Feb 07, Ryan rated it liked it Jul 26, I bought that book only beacause it’s seems quite interresting, all the guild organisation explanation in one book for around 20 box.



Have the exact cost of items really helped out many of my campaigns and I would love to see this same information either republished or add into a book. The first three chapters focus on the Guild and the influence it has on the world of Exalted.

In contrast, in Exalted money doesn’t matter that much. Mandy Oviatt added it Sep 11, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. This is why the Resources style background is preferred by many.

Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. A must if your game is dealing much with money, resources, influence and such. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. I would call it a benefit for the types of story Exalted wants to tell, even if it is a little unrealistic. If you trade it to the local merchants for jade coins, how many coins do you get to equal your Resources 5 herd of cattle? Do you leave it behind and have Resources zero? Jim added it Dec 17, If a player uses this Charm in an abusive or exploitative manner, the ST may punch him right in the goddamn face.

Manacle And Coin (Exalted)

Eric Crabtree rated it really liked it Jul 28, For once, the developer speaking straight to the storyteller. Explore the Home Gift Guide. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Heather Savage-Dahl manaacle it Apr 02, Well It’s really more than what I tought.


This one had parts that inspired me, impressed me, made me laugh out loud, made me think – it got positive reactions and most manavle the rest of it was pretty decent too. Gread advice, insight and realistic development of such a mature, yet frequent, topics in any fantasy-ancient generated society such as trade, power plays, slavery and drugs. This is only my estimate, but seeing as how the last book printed was a Guild and economics book, I don’t think they will release another one right away.

Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. I have approximate knowledge of many things. For the reasons why you’ll have to wait until I finish Masters of Jade and write my review. It’s not a must but quite interresting!!

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Tim Oliver rated it really liked it Mar 22, Originally posted by Ejtaka View Post. Brian marked it as to-read May 05, Given that this is a supplement for first edition, and that Masters of Jade was published for second edition, is this worth getting? This one I probably started speed-reading to get it over with.

There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Not that it was written for 3E, but it was meant to be useful for a 3E game as well. You end up just handwaving certain parts, which is a little unfortunate.