THICC: The Highly-Inclusive Color Code

Does anyone have a modern WorldA with THICC 2.2 colors?
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by Christory
 
S/F is going to be a bit tricky though since defining subsections has been difficult, especially given some of the combinations existing (Homo Floresiensis/Hobbits is a great combo, but you can’t exactly fit the pair under a clear category.) A few different possibilities have been thrown around, but nothing’s definitive.
If I might suggest--"alternate evolution" would fit things like various sapient Earth animals, different hominids, and so forth. "Aliens" would fit, well, aliens. You might split off mythological ASB and media ASB off into their own sections, as well, and consider assigning colors not just to individual mythological species (kirin, nagas, minotaurs, et cetera) but to general blocs of mythological species (fae and yokai could work, but a general color for Greek mythological creatures would be better than separate ones for chimarae and pegasi). Well, really, replacing some of the individual mythological species with more general groupings might be better.

(Also if you're going to do SCP Foundation stuff, the Serpent's Hand should probably be on there.)
 
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If I might suggest--"alternate evolution" would fit things like various sapient Earth animals, different hominids, and so forth. "Aliens" would fit, well, aliens. You might split off mythological ASB and media ASB off into their own sections, as well, and consider assigning colors not just to individual mythological species (kirin, nagas, minotaurs, et cetera) but to general blocs of mythological species (fae and yokai could work, but a general color for Greek mythological creatures would be better than separate ones for chimarae and pegasi).

(Also if you're going to do SCP Foundation stuff, the Serpent's Hand should probably be on there.)
Also, some of the more notable territorial SCPs. For instance, there's SCP-3288 ("The Aristocrats"), a magically-mutated and horrifically barbaric lineage of the Habsburg dynasty in Europe.
 
Also, some of the more notable territorial SCPs. For instance, there's SCP-3288 ("The Aristocrats"), a magically-mutated and horrifically barbaric lineage of the Habsburg dynasty in Europe.
If you tried to list all of those, there'd be hundreds. It's best to just list the ones that show up in dozens and dozens of articles.

Practically I think trying to list that many individual fictional factions is kind of pointless, especially since once you go outside fanfiction and introduce some originality you won't get any use out of them. The other main reason I suggested the Serpent's Hand is that their ideological orientation is one that other, original groups could have, but it's not listed in the 2.0 ASB section.
 
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