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Here is some information regarding D&D coins. I started with the official D&D information and expanded on it. I use this information in my games.
|Dragon Bed of Coins|
|Dragon Size||Minimum Number of Coins|
|Piles of coins (cone shaped)|
|Diameter||Light Pile||Heavy Pile|
|Hight in center||Number of Coins||Hight in center||Number of Coins|
|20 ft||5″||320,000||1 ft||1,260,000|
Less that 100 coins per square foot is a scattering of coins.
From 100 coins per square foot to a light pile is a covering of coins.
A pile can range anywhere between a light and a heavy pile.
Adding more coins to a heavy pile increases it’s height and diameter.
In an enclosed area, if there are enough coins they will spread out over the the floor to the walls and fill the available area to 12,000 coins per cubic foot.