Royal coat of arms of Kapreburg

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Royal coat of arms
of the Empire of Kapreburg

The banner of arms, which serves as a royal standard
ArmigerJackson I, Empire of Kapreburg
Adopted1 November 2020
CrestUpon the helm issuant from a Royal Crown Proper a torch sable enflamed Or.
EscutcheonPurpure a lion rampant guardant Argent holding in his dexter paw a sword of the same, overall a bordure Erminois.
SupportersOn the dexter a deer rampant Proper, on the sinister a Native American statant Proper holding in his sinister hand an arrow Or tipped Argent.
CompartmentA branch fructed of acorns Proper.
MottoWe Live in Fame or Go Down in Flame

The royal coat of arms of Kapreburg, or the coat of arms for short, are the official coat of arms of the Kapresh monarch, Jackson I. These arms are used by the King as the monarch of the Empire of Kapreburg. The arms in banner form serve as basis for the monarch's official flag, known as the Royal Standard


The original coat of arms was designed by Abrams Wiucki-Dunswed upon the formation of the empire. It was a quartered shield, containing the colors of the Kapresh flag with different national symbols. The next design was adopted on 17 May 2020, when Jackson I launched a program to change the national identity. Another design was adopted on 22 August of the same year. When Jackson I began learning more about heraldry, he understood that the arms had to be changed and proposed a new design. A national referendum was held on the new design, and it passed, becoming official on 1 November 2020. This rendition of the arms still serves as the official arms of Kapreburg.

Previous arms
Arms Dates Details
17 May 2019 - 17 May 2020 Designed by Abrams Wiucki-Dunswed. Removed for false quartering.
17 May 2020 - 22 August 2020 Second design, created after Jackson I did more research into heraldry.
22 August 2020 - 1 November 2020 Third design, removed for false quartering and uncommon tinctures.
1 November 2020 – present Fourth and current design, made because the previous coat of arms broke a couple of heraldic rules.