The Broken Token is proud to bring you the first in our new line of ultra-premium game upgrades.
These finely-minted coins are crafted from zinc and nickel with high-relief 3D detailing and a hand-buffed finish.
The set includes 10 crescent coins and 50 square coins, each with a holed center.
- Crescent: 38 mm
- Square: 19 mm
- Crescent: 3.2 mm (approximate)
- Square: 2.4 mm (approximate)
- Crescent: 10.4 grams
- Square: 4.1 grams
NOTE: We have a very limited supply so ACT FAST!
Coins designed by Infinity Plus One.
The BrokenToken makes inserts and gaming components for a lot of your favorite titles. We noticed a lot of people asking "is it worth it? Do I need this?" about their products so we figured we will show you some of the goodies they make and we did it with Dan's favorite game, Lords of Waterdeep. Enjoy! The broken token can be found at TheBrokenToken.com Tweet us @GNUPodcast. find us on facebook at facebook.com/gamingnonsenseuncensored
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Posted by Unknown on 16th Dec 2015
These coins are of really high quality. They are such a fun addition to the game - really make it feel immersive. I was so happy w them I bought two sets!
Quality wise; perfect. But not for everyone...
Posted by Unknown on 13th Nov 2015
In terms of quality, these coins are absolutely 5 stars, they are well made and very detailed. For any table top gamer who loves LoW as much as I do, they are a terrific addition to the game. So why did I give them only 4 stars? The answer is, simply, price. These are a great for any one with the extra scratch for them, but being priced higher than a new game means I would only recommend them to die hard LoW fans/players, at least until the price goes down.
An aid to enjoyment
Posted by Ian Harvey on 8th Oct 2015
I love the look of the coins, the weight of the coins, the metallic clink of the coins!!! Those sort of perceptions really help to make your game seem more alive!
THEY'RE SO CLINKY!!!
Posted by Michael Penny on 31st Aug 2015
While I could have bought another board game for the price, these make the game so much more awesome! Begone cardboard currency!
Combine these bad boys with the dndeeples and really pimp your game.
Amazing quality coins for Lords of Water Deep
Posted by Leland on 24th Aug 2015
These coins are perfect for replacing the cardboard pieces in lords of waterdeep. While slightly expensive the quality is appropriate for the cost. The level of detail on the coins is great and they feel tllike the correct weight in you hand. (unlike some other game coins that are just shiny plastic with a metallic coating) overall a great product to increase game immersion.
Posted by Unknown on 17th Aug 2015
the coins are as good as everyone notes - $60? - well, that's a personal choice but the quality of the coins is excellent. I wasn't disappointed and, to me, it does take the game up a notch.
Worth Weight in Gold (if You're a Lord)
Posted by Unknown on 14th Aug 2015
I splurged. Yes, they're pricey, but totally awesome.
Posted by Josh on 18th Jul 2015
These coins are a great upgrade. Really high quality and impressive to anyone playing. Couple extras would be nice just in case, but not a major complaint.
Amazing coins, and a beautiful addition to the game
Posted by CHRISTOPHER SEGUIN on 9th Jun 2015
These coins are fantastic, and I think they are a great addition to the game. They feel heavy, they are very smooth, and they don't mar or dent the wooden TBT insert. To me, these are the best, highest quality metal coins available for any game.
Be ready to spend some time unpacking them, though. Each coin was individual wrapped and stapled, which makes a lot of work to unbundle sixty coins! I pity the person that had to package each coin.
I too expressed some trepidation about the price. However, I got lucky and was able to get them at Origins 2015, so I saved on the shipping.
Posted by Teena on 1st Jun 2015
I second the review of "Amazing Upgrade for Waterdeep at an insanely high price" below. Great quality, but I would love for the price to come down a tad. I'm not saying the coins weren't worth it - I handled them all and could find no rough edges, and the subtle colour difference between the two is beautiful.
Alternatively if the coin cost could not come down perhaps the cost of shipping could? Perhaps using a slower international option? I paid $36 AUD in shipping for these + 1 insert + 1 pack of box bands. They came in a ridiculously large box...