Where this comes?
*Alamut by Vladimir Bartol
or
*Assassin's Creed, who taked it from Alamut.

XD
Both x'D It's fitting for the Invisibles since one side doesn't believe in rules or an absolute reality and the other side is powerful enough to do whatever it wants and order you to believe in any version of reality that is convenient for your betters.
 
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Habsburg Kingdom of Piedmont-Sardinia? Austrian-led West Italian Unification?
 

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The flag of NAPO and all its members.

As in, if all the main Cold War era members were communist and not anti-communist. Wonder what the reverse would look like, perhaps called something like the Warsaw Treaty Alliance, headed by the Council of Christian Capitalist Protectorates (CCCP)?

Source
 
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The flag of NAPO and all its members.

As in, if all the main Cold War era members were communist and not anti-communist. Wonder what the reverse would look like, perhaps called something like the Warsaw Treaty Alliance, headed by the Council of Christian Capitalist Protectorates (CCCP)?

Source
Shouldn't Islande be Iceland?
 
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These are flags for a Communist Sweden that arose during the 1920s after a Socialist Norway intervened and prevented a bloody civil war from consuming the nation (Though the intervention prompted an invasion from France and the United Kingdom)

From @DracoLazarus 's current nation game Resilient Rooster II
 
Here's my attempt at recreating the Soviet flag featured in the preorder trailer for Hearts of Iron IV.

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And yes, I'm aware the icon is on the wrong side. I'm just too lazy to change it.
 
Here's my attempt at recreating the Soviet flag featured in the preorder trailer for Hearts of Iron IV.



And yes, I'm aware the icon is on the wrong side. I'm just too lazy to change it.

Since the trailer shows the 'reverse' of the flag (traditionally the 'front' of a flag is with the hoist on the left) then your icon is correctly placed.
Correctly placed but the icon doesn't look quite right to me. Looks like a red star over a larger gold star* made of rays (similar to how UK police badges have their stars). With each lowest or highest point stretching past the golden lines (and I counted 7 not 4).

*edit: or possible pentagon/-al rose.
 
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"Do you like our Dada Jihad?"

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Since making flags for stuff I've read is my process for working through writer's block, here's a flag for the Jumpy Jumps from the novel Soft Apocalypse. The novel revolves around a world that is very clearly collapsing into resource scarcity, war and social collapse but is doing so so slowly that people assume it will start turning a corner right up until the point it becomes far too late to stop. In the novel's backstory an anti-government protest is suppressed with nerve gas and one of the survivors, a schizophrenic Indian woman calling herself Dada Tanglefoot, begins preaching a mixture of Zen, Anarchism and Dadaism that begins to catch on among the furious poor and downtrodden. She is eventually assassinated by the government and the movement she started metastasizes into the Jumpy Jumps, a decentralized group which combines flashmobs and outsider art with violent terrorist attacks and assassinations. Though the movement lacks a single symbol I created this based on the description of her original beliefs, combining a medicine wheel to represent Tanglefoot's heritage with the Ensō symbol commonly used in Zen Anarchism. The slogan is a reference to the painting The Treachery of Images, with "revolution" used as a pun* on the shape of the Ensō and medicine wheel.

*"going around in circles"
 
Alternate Yugoslav republic flags from a WIP project of mine. Mostly they're trying to display regional identity without referencing history or religion, Serbia and Croatia of course being exceptions, as well as Macedonia in a way. The aesthetic is meant to fit with a vaguely socialist look, so don't get pissed about the green on red.

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Bosnia's flag has green for mountains and blue for the river Bosna from which it gets its name, and the many other rivers in the country

Montenegro depicts Lovćen, the eponymous "black mountain" and its rugged mountainous terrain in general

Slovenia has Triglav

Macedonia has the star repositioned to represent the sun as Macedonia is of course a relatively sunny republic, there is a very light nod to the Argead/Vergina Sun and Macedonia's OTL flag

Trieste's flag falls into the "Yugoslav flag in the canton" category to emphasize how NOT ITALIAN it is, and the symbol is just the Symbol used throughout Trieste following WWII, it was used in an unofficial Zone B coat of arms by the communists so there's no reason it wouldn't stay under Yugoslav rule

I take no credit for the coats of arms, they're all otl
 
Alternate Yugoslav republic flags from a WIP project of mine. Mostly they're trying to display regional identity without referencing history or religion, Serbia and Croatia of course being exceptions, as well as Macedonia in a way. The aesthetic is meant to fit with a vaguely socialist look, so don't get pissed about the green on red.

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Bosnia's flag has green for mountains and blue for the river Bosna from which it gets its name, and the many other rivers in the country

Montenegro depicts Lovćen, the eponymous "black mountain" and its rugged mountainous terrain in general

Slovenia has Triglav

Macedonia has the star repositioned to represent the sun as Macedonia is of course a relatively sunny republic, there is a very light nod to the Argead/Vergina Sun and Macedonia's OTL flag

Trieste's flag falls into the "Yugoslav flag in the canton" category to emphasize how NOT ITALIAN it is, and the symbol is just the Symbol used throughout Trieste following WWII, it was used in an unofficial Zone B coat of arms by the communists so there's no reason it wouldn't stay under Yugoslav rule

I take no credit for the coats of arms, they're all otl
Nice stuff! The Trst flag is a particular standout, and the Slovenian one with the Triglav and the stylised mountain for Crna Gora is very cool too. Given the "lack of connection" to historical symbolism, could see these being the flags of a SFRY that didn't do away with monarchist Yugoslavia's banate system.
 
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