Flag of an Alternate USA (technically a successor state in the early 1800s), the Commonwealth of Columbia. Made for a wikibox with way smaller proportions, but eh. -JustStars
I dunno, I like the ruffles personally.Cockade on the flag having cloth/paper folding lines doesn't feel right.
Wouldn't they just make regular circles in cockade colors (black-white-black, in this case) for a flag?
Federalist one-party state?Flag of an Alternate USA (technically a successor state in the early 1800s), the Commonwealth of Columbia. Made for a wikibox with way smaller proportions, but eh. -JustStars
This isn't a formal email to your employer, you don't need to sign your name at the end of every commentIt’s complicated, but the event preceding it‘s establishment is shown in my posts on the wikiboxes thread which I think might provide some valuable information.
This isn't a formal email to your employer, you don't need to sign your name at the end of every comment
Ok, don’t care.
Why do you do that? (Not trying to insult)
It's not really a big deal.It’s honestly just because reason.
I'd shrink the star a little and point it to the fly or the hoist.
I like the allusions to Iran and it's theological government, but what's with the colours? Can you explain what they mean or where they're from?
Ambassador to the Soviet UnionHave you seen the Yellow Sign?
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I've been consumed with an idea recently for a short timeline called the The King In Yellow about a successful progressive third party resulting in President Lovecraft, so I decided to whip up a party standard inspired by the symbol for communism in Disco Elysium. The Independence Party originated in New York City under the patronage of William Randolph Hearst to support his successful run for mayor but began its climb to national prominence following the influx of progressive Republicans under former Vice President Theodore Roosevelt and General Leonard Wood. Combining a strong position on national defense with Hearst's focus on urban renewal and Roosevelt's New Nationalism the party sought a progressive middle ground between the conservatism of the dwindling Republicans and the rural populism of the Democrats. Adopting the color yellow and the elk as electoral symbols, the flag of the Independence Party is colloquially known as the Yellow Sign. The avowed atheism of Lovecraft and his inner circle within the party would earn them the derisive moniker "The Church of Starry Wisdom" at the hands of Longist critics, though this would be adopted out of spite by the party's Depression-era paramilitaries during street battles with the Klan and the Black Legion. Whispers that the Church of Starry Wisdom continues to exist as a secret society within the broader Independence Party are scurrilous rumor.