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Hello everyone! I would like to know what inspired the creation of your micronation's flag? My inspiration was that of the German Empire. Deutschlandkaiser (Kontakt) 20:49, March 25, 2015 (UTC)
My flag was inspired partially by the HRE flag in EU4, and by the scottish satire. Our flag was originally the HRE eagle in the middle, with the scottish satire in the background with a yellow base color behind the satire. We later changed the yellow to white, the satire to the english "+" on their old fashioned flag, and redesigned the Eagle to have an outline, and simpler graphics. We also added 8 red stars with outlines. Some of the color's meaning were inspired by Les Miserable's song "Red and Black": Red - The Courage of the men, White - The Purity of our culture and nation, Blue - Our Strong Patriotism, Gold - The Wealth to come, Black - The dark of age's past. ThomasMontgomery (talk) 21:17, March 25, 2015 (UTC)
The flag of English county of Gloucestershire inspired Sabovia's flag. Funnily enough, Green yellow and black flags are usually associated with Africa, or Jamaica, countries containing mostly black individuals, and Sabovia only has 1 black citizen, everyone else is white (or very nearly), the colour choice was by accident, but I like it. - Sabovia☎ | ✍ 05:36, March 30, 2015 (UTC)
The flag of the Provisional Territories of the F.A.R.T. was inspired by the likes of the Soviet Union, though we value fun more considerably, which is why I created the happy face hammer and sickle as I call it, or the Glorious Red Bastion as it's officially called. User:Potato3030 (P.S. How do I sign out properly in the lounge?)
Mine used to look diffrent, with the upper left quartile occupied by the flag I made up for a revival of the roman empire in a map game (that one had its own meaning, as did my first flag). But anyway, that had a laurel wreath to represent rome, and that stuck - now mreqaning the fruits of lighting the darklness.