Physical distinction between Houses of the Woodmen

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Mim
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Re: Physical distinction between Houses of the Woodmen

Post by Mim » Sun Aug 06, 2017 8:48 pm

I think this is a great idea Winterwolf and I also intend to adopt it. Thank you!

So this may help as well. A while back I asked Gareth about Mogdred's symbol from DoM, for example, on page 37:

If Mogdred is an enemy of the Woodmen, then the attackers are warriors bearing the symbol of Amon Bauglir, the Tyrant’s Hill.

Here's what he said:

"I can't recall if I had a specific symbol in mind, but I think a stylised axe might make sense. It's got connotations of strength & violence, of clearing the forest, but also has a personal significance for Mogdred as he's the secret son of Ingomer Axebreaker."

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Re: Physical distinction between Houses of the Woodmen

Post by Wagyora » Thu Aug 24, 2017 3:10 pm

Posts like this, fun and enriching, are the reason why I love this forum. Thanks everyone. :idea:
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