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5-13-2011 @ 8:39AM
Well, the Lordaeron "L" isn't really found that much in Alliance territory.The traditional Blue-on White is most easily spotted in CoT instances - Stratholme and Hiilsbrad to be specific. I don't think there are many/any banners in the "present".Red-on-White is one of the Scarlet Crusade's banners, and used to be found in old Hearthglen, and is still present in Tyr's Hand and Stratholme. Possibly also in Northrend, though that's not "present" anymore.White-on-Blue is still fairly rare, but banners of it have consistently been seen (since Classic times) lining the path upto the Ruins of Lordaeron, as well as appearing in a few other areas of the Ruins, so that's more of a Forsaken version of the symbol.In certain respects, be glad you haven't got a single symbol to represent the Alliance - the Hodish "Omega" crops up an awful lot, too much sometimes. Compare the "Tabard of Conquest(Horde)" to the "Hellscream's Reach" tabard - they are basically identical Red/Black Omegas, albeit inverted colour-wise.
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