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7-21-2011 @ 4:25PM
The silver coin refers to the fact that NPC's (especially lower ranking npcs, like, say, peasants (or, for meta-reference, the peasants is WC3)) do the same task over and over.So if one of these poor individuals was tasked with throwing a silver coin into a fountain, he would probably do it until something happened to him that made him unable to do so.
7-21-2011 @ 4:50PM
This makes the most sense to me.Among the copper coins (not part of the set for some reason, which is why you missed it) is the Footman, who is jealous of the Peasant's simple, less dangerous work. On the flipside (ha!) this silver coin pokes fun at the way Peasants will do the same job until told to stop.
7-22-2011 @ 2:57PM
It's also a wink at the voice emotes of the peasant units. For those not in the know, every Blizzard RTS included "annoyed" emotes if you repeatedly clicked on them. The Peasant unit would sometimes say, "Wait, what?" if you clicked on it a few times.
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