Campaign of the Month: June 2012
Last Updated 3/29/14
This page reflects the ledger for the flow of currency for the party.
It consists of:
- The Latest Division of Treasure (includes session date that the items were sold and the amounts given to each party member)
- The Party Reserve Fund (ready cash that may be used for party expenses)
- The Undivided Loot (items carried that have not been sold and/or allocated to party members)
- Otos is responsible for carrying the bulky items in the wagon, including the cash stored in a sturdy locked strongbox.
Whenever loot is sold, gems are the preferred payment, but merchants may not be able to afford to spend gems buying the items.
The value of the treasure sold is divvied evenly among the party, with one extra share going into the party reserve fund. Smriti has requested that her share of the coins be ‘purchased’ by the reserve fund, exchanging gems for her gold, as the gold weighs too much for her to carry.
Latest Division of Treasure
3/14/13 – Session 135: Sold goods and equipment valued at 7712 gp (for gems); traded gems = 1072 gp; and divvied coins (1500 gold). Divided the total (10,284 gp value 6 ways (including one share to the Party Reserve and one share held for Blue Beak’s return – none of this treasure was divided with Banlak).
- Each character (except Smriti and Banlak) received 250 gold (5 lbs) and 1464 gp value in gems (0.15 lb)².
- Smriti received no gold and 1714 gp value in gems (0.13 lbs)²
- Banlak received 1500 gp in gems (0.26 lbs)² for the sale of his rod.
Party Reserve Fund
|5566gp||in assorted gems (22 gems)||[0.22 lbs]|
|Total Value||Total Weight|
|*+20 lbs for the strongbox|
|*Standard coins of the realm weigh 1 lb. per 50 coins.|
|155gp||Gems||Mutabi-qi Raiders||.6 lb|
| Masterwork Lance
Breastplate Armor [Exceptional Quality]
Healer’s kit [Low Quality]
Smokestick [Very Fine Quality]
|Mutabi-qi Raiders||TBA .0 lb|
Total Values/Weight ‡
‡This table is incomplete. will be working on adding Smriti’s Pouch to this page.
¹As Trade Items, gems are equal to their actual value in trade. If one sells a gem in exchange for cash, they suffer a 10% exchange rate. Goods can be sold for full value, depending on the market and the available buyers.
²Note the weight of gems is a generalization. For the average type gems, 100 gems equals a pound. This does not consider the carat value or quality value of individual gems, but for our purposes does include gems that are small and average in value. Such are the typical gems found for use as a Trade Item.
Unless otherwise noted, when I divvy the gems, I calculate the weight based on a mystical number… each digit = the number of gems. So 1257 value in gems is 1 x 1000 gp gem, plus 2 x 100 gp gems, plus 5 x 10 gp gems, plus 7 x 1 gp gems = 15 gems which would weigh 0.15 lbs.
³Equipment can generally be sold for 50% of its listed value, depending on the item and market.