Ubiquitous throughout the galactic realm of mankind, Imperial Credits can be used in place of any local currency, though the value may change. On Feudal worlds such rare coins may allow a serf to home his family for generations, but in the rarieied air at the peak of hive spire it may cost several to purchase even the tiniest morsel of food.
"Toss a coin to your 'Quistor,
Oh Hi-ive of Plenty.
No, I'm not trying to bribe an Agent of the Imper...
It's a folk song.
IT'S A FOL-
The Imperial Coin is ideal to be used as a token or counter in table top games (allowing you to literally spend your coins as you use your points), or as a Cosplay prop. They are sized to be similar to real world currency, and available in a variety of materials.
The Size option selects how many Imperial Coins you get, with Extra Small
being an individual Imperial Coin, Small
being a set of 3, Medium
being a set of 6, Large
being a set of 12 and Extra Large
being a set of 18! The larger the set, the better value per Imperial Coin. These set sizes match up to the number of Command Points available for the standard size games of Warhammer 40,000 in 9th Edition.