In-game Currency

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The primary medium of exchange (Money) for the purchase of goods and services from vendors within Middle-earth is coinage.
There are three denominations of coin: Gold, Silver, and Copper.


As of Update 13, you can purchase (and redeem) "Bags of coin" from the Vault-keepers of Middle-earth.
These can then be mailed, traded, or placed in your various shared storage vessels to allow the easy exchange of money between characters on your account.



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Usage

  • In In-game, pop-up, dialog boxes, goods or services which can be acquired using Mithril Coins are indicated by a blue Mithril Coin Icon Mithril Coin-icon.png, which is frequently a button itself -- Swift-travel from Stable-masters is one common example.
  • The number of Mithril Coins you possess is shown in the Barter Wallet (B).

Specie

Gold (Gold coin-icon.png) is the largest unit of In-game Currency (money).
You can purchase a Gold Coins-icon.png Bag of Gold Coins Worth: 10 Gold  at a Cost of 10 Gold  (gold) from any Vault-keeper in Middle-earth.
Subject to your Currency Cap status, these can then be mailed, traded, or placed in your various Shared Storage vessels to allow the easy exchange of money between characters on your account.
(Note: F2P Players do not have access to the In-game Mail facility.)


Silver (Silver coin-icon.png) is the middle unit of In-game Currency (money).
You can purchase a Silver Coins-icon.png Bag of Silver Coins Worth: 1,000 Silver  at a Cost of 1 Gold  (gold) from any Vault-keeper in Middle-earth.
Subject to your Currency Cap status, these can then be mailed, traded, or placed in your various Shared Storage vessels to allow the easy exchange of money between characters on your account.
(Note: F2P Players do not have access to the In-game Mail facility.)


Copper (Copper coin-icon.png) is the smallest unit of In-game Currency (money).
You can purchase a Copper Coins-icon.png Bag of Copper Coins Worth: 100 Silver  at a Cost of 100 Silver  (silver) from any Vault-keeper in Middle-earth.
Subject to your Currency Cap status, these can then be mailed, traded, or placed in your various Shared Storage vessels to allow the easy exchange of money between characters on your account.
(Note: F2P Players do not have access to the In-game Mail facility.)