Symbols of the Timonocite Empire
Symbols of the Timonocite Empire, locally known as Ticit Rkeef Saras, are things that represent the Timonocite Empire.
Coat of arms
The coat of arms features the sun in between two flags of the Timonocite Empire sitting above a star on the Ticit Pheerongeenosee (literally "Timonocitian Shield"). The space under the star is orange. The words "Timonocite Empire" are written around the top point of the star.
The star symbolised freedom. The sun and moon represent science, philosophy, and astronomy. The flags are there as decoration, but it is common Timonocitian knowledge that they represent loyalty, patriotism, love and allegiance to the Empire.
The flag is nothing but navy blue, as it is the national colour of the Nation, and the favourite colour of the Emperor.
Little is of interest of the flag, but it is featured four times on the Coat of Arms. The navy blue symbolises that Timonocitians have fully covered up the Evil Forces.
This non-quadrilateral variant flag has a dark grey triangle on the left, and a blue star on the centre. The grey represents evil, and the blue represents evil getting pushed off by the Timonocitians. The star is a "good-luck charm".
SEnteral Excitement design
It includes the Timonocitian flag covering it, with a gold square with 4 diamonds symbolising peace, unity, citisenship, and the great duke (Shreekrishna Vasant Avhad). It is the only duchy of the Timonocite Empire to have a quadrilateral shape.
Main article: Flag of Timo
The flag of Cytopia has a brown dot in a frame of blue and gold stripes. The red border symbolises that the Evil is pushed away. The star is considered to be the sun, and the brown circle the moon.
The Dhruvi flag has a banner in the top left showing the Timonocitian Flag, a 7-pointed star to symbolise god(s), and a "river" showing all the good deeds of Dhruvi people flowing toward the gods.
Not every microprovince has a flag, but some do.
The flag is in a green background, and a 7-pointed golden star (like the Dhruvi flag) shows victory.
Nate City flag
This flag shows ab upward path. At the end, it falls onto the sun, symbolising god being achieved. A river shows the good deeds in God's abode.
This square flag lightly resembles the one of Vatican City. It has a dodecagon (god) in the larger rectangle, and nothing in the smaller. Like classic Sanarati flags, the smaller rectangle is evil being pushed out by the good (large rectangle).