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December 7th, 2011, 23:48
Serum as currency is practical but works against suspension of disbelief. Serum is supposed to be a highly valued commodity, a treasure. To use it as currency trivializes survival. Why not assign a generic value to things and promote good old trading of goods, and apply local price modifiers to reflect what is in demand in any given community. If you have to use something as currency, fuel, bullets, water or simple dry medicine (ie. pills) makes a lot more sense. You could also use all of them, of course.
Last edited by villain of the story; December 8th, 2011 at 02:54.
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