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I have published a " Fact - Book " detailing the history of the flags of East Blepia. I would appreciate feedback on it.

The flags of East Blepia, which have been really and actually adopted, are various in style and numerous in number.

Flag #1 - Serbian Blepia flag

This flag, which East Blepia used at the time of its creation, features the traditional purple-white-black Blepian cross, defaced by a Serbian eagle bearing a Blepian shield. The flag was traditionally used by the Blepian community for a period of two years before the creation of East Blepia.

Flag #2 - Holy Standard of the High Ecclesiarch of East Blepia

This flag, adopted from the Royal Standard of the Kingdom of Greece which was in use from 1936 to 1967, features a square scheme of four purple corners separated by a white cross, upon the centre of which is imposed King Constantine II of Greece's arms, previously used by Denmark, on top of which is a Greek crown, and a smaller version of the said crown exists in all four corners. The arms are as follows: In the top left corner, the Arms of Denmark (three crowned blue lions and nine red hearts in a yellow field). In the top right corner, the Arms of Schleswig (two blue lions passant in a yellow field). The bottom left corner is divided into four portions. The chief among them displays the Arms of Sweden, and in the bottom left of the bottom left portion of the shield is a crowned stockfish on a red field, the former arms of Iceland, and also in other portions of the bottom left portion of the shield are the ram of the Faroe Islands and the polar bear of Greenland, and the bottom right portion of the shield is divided between a yellow field bearing a blue lion passant over nine red hearts, the arms of the King of the Goths, & the lower half depicts a crowned golden lindorn on a red field, the arms of the King of the Wends. Imposed upon the centre of the shield is an inescutcheon in red which is divided into four quarters. Top left among them is the arms of Holstein, top right the arms of Stormarn, a swan with a golden crown, bottom left a knight in golden armour upon a silver horse of Dithmarschen and the bottom right a golden horse of Lauenburg & upon the said inescutcheon exists another divided into two sections, the left featuring alternating blue and white bars and the right a yellow cross on a white background to be emblematic of the Crusades.

Flag #3 - The Holy Standard of the High Ecclesiarch of East Blepia, excessive crowns having been removed

This flag is exactly the same as the above, save for the removal of the four smaller crowns in the four corners.

Flag #4 - The Holy Standard of the High Ecclesiarch of East Blepia, the Danes having been expelled

In this version of the flag the Arms of Denmark are replaced by a Polish eagle.

Flag #5 - The Holy Standard of the High Ecclesiarch of East Blepia, the Order of the Redeemer having been added above the crown

In this version of the flag the obverse of the Order of the Redeemer is placed above the crown, to show the nation's submission to the Lord our God.

Flag #6 - The Holy Standard of the High Ecclesiarch of East Blepia, the arms of Schleswig and Holstein (previously existing separately) having both been replaced also

In this version of the flag the Arms of Schleswig are replaced with the Arms of Lithuania (Vytis, the heraldic knight.), and the Arms of Holstein are replaced with the emblem of the "state" of israel (not meant to show support for israel but instead to display the creator of the flag's Jewish heritage), and the alternating blue and white stripes in the left section of the most inner inescutcheon are replaced with alternating green and white stripes meant to be emblematic of Coria and the Corians, long-time friends of Blepia.

Read factbook

East Blepia wrote:I have published a " Fact - Book " detailing the history of the flags of East Blepia. I would appreciate feedback on it.

The flags of East Blepia, which have been really and actually adopted, are various in style and numerous in number.

Flag #1 - Serbian Blepia flag

This flag, which East Blepia used at the time of its creation, features the traditional purple-white-black Blepian cross, defaced by a Serbian eagle bearing a Blepian shield. The flag was traditionally used by the Blepian community for a period of two years before the creation of East Blepia.

Flag #2 - Holy Standard of the High Ecclesiarch of East Blepia

This flag, adopted from the Royal Standard of the Kingdom of Greece which was in use from 1936 to 1967, features a square scheme of four purple corners separated by a white cross, upon the centre of which is imposed King Constantine II of Greece's arms, previously used by Denmark, on top of which is a Greek crown, and a smaller version of the said crown exists in all four corners. The arms are as follows: In the top left corner, the Arms of Denmark (three crowned blue lions and nine red hearts in a yellow field). In the top right corner, the Arms of Schleswig (two blue lions passant in a yellow field). The bottom left corner is divided into four portions. The chief among them displays the Arms of Sweden, and in the bottom left of the bottom left portion of the shield is a crowned stockfish on a red field, the former arms of Iceland, and also in other portions of the bottom left portion of the shield are the ram of the Faroe Islands and the polar bear of Greenland, and the bottom right portion of the shield is divided between a yellow field bearing a blue lion passant over nine red hearts, the arms of the King of the Goths, & the lower half depicts a crowned golden lindorn on a red field, the arms of the King of the Wends. Imposed upon the centre of the shield is an inescutcheon in red which is divided into four quarters. Top left among them is the arms of Holstein, top right the arms of Stormarn, a swan with a golden crown, bottom left a knight in golden armour upon a silver horse of Dithmarschen and the bottom right a golden horse of Lauenburg & upon the said inescutcheon exists another divided into two sections, the left featuring alternating blue and white bars and the right a yellow cross on a white background to be emblematic of the Crusades.

Flag #3 - The Holy Standard of the High Ecclesiarch of East Blepia, excessive crowns having been removed

This flag is exactly the same as the above, save for the removal of the four smaller crowns in the four corners.

Flag #4 - The Holy Standard of the High Ecclesiarch of East Blepia, the Danes having been expelled

In this version of the flag the Arms of Denmark are replaced by a Polish eagle.

Flag #5 - The Holy Standard of the High Ecclesiarch of East Blepia, the Order of the Redeemer having been added above the crown

In this version of the flag the obverse of the Order of the Redeemer is placed above the crown, to show the nation's submission to the Lord our God.

Flag #6 - The Holy Standard of the High Ecclesiarch of East Blepia, the arms of Schleswig and Holstein (previously existing separately) having both been replaced also

In this version of the flag the Arms of Schleswig are replaced with the Arms of Lithuania (Vytis, the heraldic knight.), and the Arms of Holstein are replaced with the emblem of the "state" of israel (not meant to show support for israel but instead to display the creator of the flag's Jewish heritage), and the alternating blue and white stripes in the left section of the most inner inescutcheon are replaced with alternating green and white stripes meant to be emblematic of Coria and the Corians, long-time friends of Blepia.

Read factbook

There may just be tiny details changed that I'm blind to, but I swear its the same flag four times in a row.

Amaurita wrote:There may just be tiny details changed that I'm blind to, but I swear its the same flag four times in a row.

The changes are described in the texts.

Basically my flags history is Zimbabwe to East Francia

The democratic republic of sedlurin wrote:Basically my flags history is Zimbabwe to East Francia

Did you intentionally have your name in lower case?

Siiberan

Ismeil wrote:Did you intentionally have your name in lower case?

Yeah, I was wondering that, too.

Post by New Chili suppressed by Drucezchski.

hey guys I'm going for the WA delegate role so could you endorse me plz?

New Chili wrote:BAD IDEA

No, you can't be WA delegate. You will be kicked from the region if you continue to try

New Chili wrote:snip

I like your ambition, but our WA delegate seat is one that is appointed by the Chairman, not popular vote.
I suggest you look into one of the many positions we have to offer in our regional government.

):

What’s a position I can join

The democratic republic of sedlurin wrote:What’s a position I can join

If you'll notice Hugoslava has sent out recruitment telegrams to all region members. Filling out the form and selecting which department you wish to be apart of might result in an officer position.
There are a variety of departments each one has a Secretary that decides who to hire
page=region_admin/region=confederacy_of_allied_states#officers

Post self-deleted by New Chili.

I find this attempt to become WA delegate to be rather dishonourable, so I have withdrawn my endorsement of New Chili.

you think I didn't notice?

New Chili wrote:you think I didn't notice?

If I did not want you to notice, I would not have made an RMB post about it.

East Blepia wrote:I find this attempt to become WA delegate to be rather dishonourable, so I have withdrawn my endorsement of New Chili.

How was it dishonorable

Scotatrova wrote:How was it dishonorable

It seems to me that it was a bit subversive as he never made public his attempt to gain delegacy nor did he do so through legal means

East Blepia wrote:It seems to me that it was a bit subversive as he never made public his attempt to gain delegacy nor did he do so through legal means

He literally announced that he planned to, but luckily was made aware of how being delegate works, plus not like what he was doing was "illegal" in any sense, just not approved apparently

I agree

yo

Everhall wrote:yo

Heyo

Everhall wrote:yo

He lives

Indeed, and i have three WA endorsements... for some reason....

Everhall wrote:Indeed, and i have three WA endorsements... for some reason....

we got a bunch of new members and they went around and endorsed everyone

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