|ISO 4217 Code||ERU|
|Source||Central Bank of Erusea], 2008|
|Plural||The language(s) of this currency is of the Slavic languages. There is more than one way to construct plural forms. See article.|
|Coins||1, 5, 10, 20, 50 Zilling, 1, 2, 5 Erubles|
|Banknotes||5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500|
|Central bank||Central Bank of Erusea|
The Eruble is the currency used by the Glorious Republic of Neo-Erusea. It was formed to replace the foreign currencies that were widespread before it. Having an exceptionally high exchange rate for a totalitarian government, the Eruble is used by seven nations in use alongside Erusea. The Eruble has a higher exchange rate many nations in the region of Dun Eideann.
The Neo-Erusean Eruble was first introduced in 12th December, 1981. Before that any foreign currency that found itself in Neo-Erusea would be used. Such currencies like the former Sulatumese Sulmark, the USD, the Anthyobian Crest, and the Biranian Betoln. Neo-Erusea soon became a hot spot for many crimials to mass-produce counterfiet versions of these currencies for use within Neo-Erusea. As diplomatic relations with many countries began to plumet along with their currencies' value, Neo-Erusea was pressured to create its own money. Finally this was answered in 1981 with the introduction of the Eruble. The Eruble quickly phased out foreign currencies and became popular with Neo-Erusea's citizens whom felt a sense of patriotism with the new Eruble. David Mondol, the premier of Neo-Erusea, ordered that his image be used on the one Eruble bills, and the Politburo determined what would be put on the others.
In 2007, the Neo-Erusean government began to print a new series of the Eruble. These new bills featured different colors for each monetary denomination. Five Eruble notes were printed in green, tens in blue, twenties in violet, fifties in red, one hundreds in silver, and five hundreds in gold.
The Eruble is a paper bill that is printed in the colors according to denomination as explained above. The Eruble bill says Центральный банк Эрущя sideways on the left side of the bill next to a congruent wire frame pillar design that changes according to denomination. All the Erubles feature a certain object important to Erusea's national identity, including Premier Marshal David Mondol and the Capitol building. Also there is a shape that is unique to each denomination which the value of the bill is displayed.
Like in all countries, counterfeiting is an unjust way to get money without a job. Like in the rest of the world, when Erubles are counterfeited, the value drops (being that there are more in circulation) and the economy is hurt. Therefore, the Neo-Erusean government has employed several common practices to differentiate real Erubles from fake ones. Like in many currencies, when held up into light, the Eruble will display a faint outline of the visible image featured. This is better known as a watermark. Another watermark that is visible is a faint outline of the Erusean national emblem. Also, every year the classified ink on the Eruble is changed, and a record of the ink used is kept with several backup files. Of course, the Eruble used pressed to give it a 'money feel,' so that normal paper can't be used. Neo-Erusea also incorporates other measures that are not released to the public.