i have neither seen this show nor know what cheeky nandos are
for silver, the following fits surprisingly well:
a basic hoard contains a number of *lots of silver equal to the difference of two d6. for each lot, roll a d20 and, if it does not make the total for that lot more than 50 weights, add that many weights of silver to the hoard.
hoards from the pre-debasement era seem to cluster around multiples of 40, with most being less than 50. this procedure does preclude very small hoards but it also allows for empty hoards so i think it works rather well.
otoh lichess is free and i have done nearly 170 puzzles since installing the app this morning
the ironposting over at @Manurweibling has reminded me of a whole fantasy cosmology i had worked out in high school with ten worlds corresponding to the (then) nine astronomical planets plus hell arranged in a tree-of-life pattern
every world had an associated metal that it was identified with, which would be baneful to entities from other worlds. fairies generally come from the venus/copper world so on earth, iron would be bad for them.
i believe also the physical properties of the metals would be different on different worlds, with that world's metal being a stronger material than other ones'.
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Me: BECAUSE THEY DIDN'T CARE
"most books are full of harmful nonsense" cool cool, very good and meaningful statement that applies to books and no other medium of human communication
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