I recently found myself inspired by a video from Bobby Duke where he carves a stone. This was something that frankly has never even occured to me, and I wanted to find a way to make use of it. Enter Campaign Coins, a series of coins from different metals (or at least their looks) that feature a 1 and a 20. For a tabletop roleplayer, that translated pretty much to a win and fail. And since they look awesome, I set out to make a coin holder for a set – a coin stone, if you will.

As I said in the video, the coin stone is going to be a prop in our roleplaying game. The coins will serve as keys to a divine prison, and placing them in the stone will unlock it.

If you are a returning viewer (more power to you!), you probably noticed the change in equipment in this video. I got myself a new camera that can record in 4k (although the final video is still HD) and does better audio. I would love to hear your feedback on the new style, i.e. speaking directly to the camera as opposed to a voiceover. For me, it makes editing a lot easier, so I hope I can finally get back to releasing regularly.

Thanks for stopping by. If you enjoyed this, make sure to check out my other projects and the stuff that went a little on the weird side just so you know where we stand. Share what you enjoy, and remember to Be Inspired!


It is my passion and mission to inspire you, no matter what you do - woodworking and making, cooking, or roleplaying and paper crafting. Be inspired!


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