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Gems can also be acquired through [[Mine|mining]].
 
Gems can also be acquired through [[Mine|mining]].
  
As physical objects, Gems are a way to make long-distance payments from one side to another via [[Hat Magic]].
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As physical objects, Gems are a way to make long-distance payments from one side to another via [[Hat Magic]].  
  
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Rich sides may flaunt their wealth by encrusting [[Raiment]] and weapons with Gems and precious metals. Prince [[Creen]] of [[Delkey]] had his side's Moneymancer and [[Dollomancer]] stud his equipment this way.{{ref|[[WB2014 Digdoug - Episode 6]]}}
  
 
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Revision as of 12:08, 29 April 2014

Blue gems for blue-bloods.

Canon

A gem is a physical object which can be converted directly to Shmuckers by a caster, warlord or ruler. Shmuckers cannot be made into gems, except by a Moneymancer.

Gems can also be acquired through mining.

As physical objects, Gems are a way to make long-distance payments from one side to another via Hat Magic.

Proposed Canon

Rich sides may flaunt their wealth by encrusting Raiment and weapons with Gems and precious metals. Prince Creen of Delkey had his side's Moneymancer and Dollomancer stud his equipment this way.WB2014 Digdoug - Episode 6

Speculation

Gems are the primary means of Shmuckers being hidden from a Moneymancer.

Gems are used in long term bribe ploys to lower a unit's loyalty when a turnamancer isn't avalible.