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* CityOfGold

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* CityOfGoldCityOfGold: According to legends, this town is fabulously wealthy.

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* LiteralMoneyMetaphor

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* WorthlessCurrency

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* SellWhatYouLove: A character sells a beloved item for money.

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* LivingCurrency

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* CurrencyCuisine: Literally eating or drinking money in some fashion.

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* InGameBankingServices


* BegoneBribe

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* BegoneBribeBegoneBribe: Someone offers to pay off an annoying person with money to leave them alone.



* ComicallySmallBribe: Someone attempts to bribe a person with an absurdly small amount of money.

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* ComicallySmallBribe: Someone attempts to bribe a another person with an absurdly small amount of money.



* {{Microtransactions}}



* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: A (rich) person uses their wealth to avoid facing repercussions for their misdeeds.
** ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules: A character shows their moral or professional integrity by refusing to accept a bribe.
*** BribeBackfire: Someone gets into even more trouble for offering bribes in an attempt to get out of trouble in the first place.

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* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: A (rich) person uses their wealth resorts to bribery in order to [[KarmaHoudini avoid facing repercussions for their misdeeds.
misdeeds]].
** ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules: A character shows Someone demonstrates their moral or professional moral/professional integrity by refusing to accept a bribe.
any bribe from unscrupulous folks.
*** BribeBackfire: Someone gets into even more trouble for after offering bribes in an attempt to get out of trouble in the first place.


* BribeBackfire



** MoneyFetish: Someone has a ridiculous obsession with money, to the point of desiring money more for its own sake rather than what can be bought with it.



* MoneyFetish: A person has a ridiculous obsession with money.



* ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules: A character shows their integrity by refusing to accept a bribe.
* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: A rich person uses their wealth to avoid facing repercussions for their misdeeds.

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* ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules: A character shows their integrity by refusing to accept a bribe.
* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: A rich (rich) person uses their wealth to avoid facing repercussions for their misdeeds.misdeeds.
** ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules: A character shows their moral or professional integrity by refusing to accept a bribe.
*** BribeBackfire: Someone gets into even more trouble for offering bribes in an attempt to get out of trouble in the first place.


* AllJewsAreCheapskates: The stereotype that Jewish people are greedy to the point that they don't like spending too much money.



* {{Greed}}
* GreedyJew: The stereotype that Jews love money.

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* {{Greed}}
{{Greed}}: An obsessive desire to gain more money.
* GreedyJew: The antisemitic stereotype that Jews love money to ruthless extremes.
** AllJewsAreCheapskates: The stereotype that Jewish people are both greedy and stingy to the point that they don't like spending too much
money.


+ ClassRelationsIndex: Tropes about the social relationship between different groups with varying income levels (the poor, the wealthy, and those in the middle).
++ PovertyTropes: Tropes about people and places struggling with a severe lack of wealth.
++ RichPeople: Tropes about people who possess a far greater amount of wealth than the average person.



+ PovertyTropes: Tropes about people and places struggling with a severe lack of wealth.
+ RichPeople: Tropes about people who enjoy a great amount of wealth.

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+ IndebtedIndex: Tropes about debt, monetary or not.


!!!'''Real money in video games'''
* AllegedlyFreeGame: A game is free to download, but makes it so that you have to spend money in order to unlock stuff faster and easier.
* DownloadableContent
* {{Freemium}}: There's a free version with some features, and a premium version with all the bells and whistles (but it costs money).
* FreemiumTimer
* {{Microtransactions}}
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!!!'''Real money in video games'''
* AllegedlyFreeGame: A game is free to download, but makes it so that you have to spend money in order to unlock stuff faster and easier.
* DownloadableContent
* {{Freemium}}: There's a free version with some features, and a premium version with all the bells and whistles (but it costs money).
* FreemiumTimer
* {{Microtransactions}}

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