This is based on an Algerian banknote. Print on white paper and trim at the cut marks.
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Very neat! The Arabic is still unchanged, though, and says “Algerian Central Bank” and “Two Hundred Dinars” on it.
البنك الحلفاء ليلكي
This would be a (grammatically correct) translation of, basically, “Lilacian Allied Bank,” and appropriately enough, our English “Lilac” is a loanword from Arabic anyway.
I was about to say that I was surprised you went for Arabic instead of Chinese, given the world they built in Firefly, but I just saw your one-credit note and saw you did that too.
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