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Old Aug 01, 2012, 01:15 PM // 13:15   #1
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While playing as Saul during the BMP, I took a closer look at the strange symbol that appears when using the skill "Banner of the Unseen". At a first glance it would seem to be a stylized Mursaat head, if one would somewhat stretch his imagination. But there's something else that's more interesting:

I think the more important aspect of this symbol would be the pairing of both the triangle and the oval/circle. The two combined form an obvious reference to the Eye of Janthir. I just thought it interesting since it's used on a skill called "banner of the unseen". The symbol is part of the banner itself, as evidenced by the following picture:

Oh, and here's two things that aren't anything new, but I thought I'd share it since they're cool to see in snapshots:

Jade Pillar: (note the green substance at the end)

Soul Batteries Charge:

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Old Aug 02, 2012, 12:53 AM // 00:53   #2
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not really sure where you're going with this. I'd say the whole triangle link is veeeeeeery tentative.
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