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12-08-2010 @ 9:17AM
What about the lore of their crest? Is that a basket of breadsticks, or a bowl of noodles with 3 chopsticks?
12-08-2010 @ 9:40AM
Thats not the crest, its just a sign for the local chain of coffee shops. One lesser know consequences of the falling of the greymane wall was that the local chain was pushed aside by the big national chain. on the other hand, now you can drink starbucks (yeah, that's a naga in thier logo) while you wait in the queue for the battle of gilneas.
12-08-2010 @ 10:16AM
It's a claw, chief.
12-08-2010 @ 11:00AM
Oh I thought it was Quake III
12-08-2010 @ 11:11AM
I kinda look at it the gilnean flag as a not yet risen sun from over the ocean, with the lines being the rays of light, and the circle being the reflection. But thats just cause i think that would be a cool idea
12-08-2010 @ 2:16PM
They are adverts by the Gilneas GameStop for Diablo 3. Piracy runs rampant there, so usually when you buy Diablo 3 you're actually getting Battletoads, as the real D3 has yet to be released.
12-08-2010 @ 3:34PM
The flag symbol is pretty silly, granted but that Tabard is SUPER SEXAH! Seriously, I've yet to find a tabard that looks that awesome on my Dwarf lass and the Kurenai was was pretty awesome. :)
12-13-2010 @ 8:58AM
I'm not entirely certain WHERE exactly I read this (or in fact if maybe I just imagined it) but my understanding of the flag is that while the Gilnean flag / crest has changed since WC2 because of the worgen curse. So it is supposed to be a representation of a Worgen claw. Now why do they use this new crest BEFORE being changed into worgen? I imagine it's simply a case of Blizzard not wanting to implement a 'tabard' that players wouldn't be able to obtainEither that or the programmers QQ'd about having to do extra work ;)
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