1. Become a patron of the arts.
The Acting Troupe is always happy to take any gold you’re willing to offer. If you offer more gold than their previous patron, you can rename the Troupe to anything you like (as long as it’s family friendly and fits on their chalkboard, anyway). They will introduce themselves by that name immediately after your donation… and that’s the name they’ll keep until the next patron comes along and outbids you.
2. Buy a Post Card
Philip Humphrey, the postman, always has postcards available. He sells them for one gold each. You can fill them out and send them to people within the park, or you can take them home as souvenirs.
If you have some gold to wager, you can play a game of chance in the tavern. My teenage son is absolutely addicted to gambling at Evermore (should I be worried?) and he regularly claims 15 gold or more from his opponents each night.
4. Barter for Information
Sometimes, slipping someone a bit of shiny gold can get you the inside scoop on what’s happening around the town. This is especially true with the executioner, the goblins, the merchants and others may be less concerned with the law. (I mean, I haven’t tried to bribe Inspector Ozymandius but I doubt it would go well…)
You can also pay gold for services. I’ve heard that Morgan Maxwell can perform magic tricks but you may have to pay for the privilege of seeing it!
5. Buy Trinkets
6. Donate to Dragon Trainers
7. Donate to the Academy (or another cause)
9. Tip the Musicians
Evermore is home to many talented musicians. You can use that gold to tip the wandering minstrels or other performers in the park.
10. Invent something
You can even invent your own ways to spend gold! World Walkers decided to help fundraise for Edgar Beaumont’s academy after the burglary. A few World Walkers also donated a hefty amount of gold to help Sephtis escape. We also started a GoldFundMe for Rooster at one point.