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The flag of the Tjoser-Chisi Union
There have been many discussions about what the flag for the Tjoser-Chisi Union should be, for indeed, many designs had been made. Only 2 alternate designs have been uncovered though, but, let's start with the real flag of the Tjoser-Chisi Union. Before it was annexed by Chra Ptolemey, at least. The background colors aren't the colors of the Tjoser-Chisi Union, the circle is Tjoser-Chisi brown, which is quite unique. The background colors represent both Tjoser and Chisi, the men who formed this union. It is believed that the dark brown represents Tjoser, while the cream color represents Chisi. This is further enforced by the name of the nation, specifically Tjoser-Chisi. Tjoser is on the left side, and Chisi on the right side. And it is believed that the color on the left side of the flag represents Tjoser, and the color on the right side represents Chisi. An interesting thing is, that if you consider the circle to be (using RGB) 0,0,0, then the color of Thoser is -25,-25,-25 and that of Chisi is 25,25,25. Intentional, or not? But, how could these men know about such things?
The flag of the Tjoser-Chisi Union under Chra Ptolemey
Chra Ptolemey adds a thin border around a flag to indicate this province is now part of Chra Ptolemey. the Kingdom of Bruis use thicker borders, and the Kingdom of Raisch uses only 2 vertical stripes, which are as thick as the borders of the Kingdom of Bruis. The Union of Cleoptais uses a border, but even thicker than those of the Kingdom of Bruis and the Kingdom of Raisch. The Monarchy of Gryz uses the same borders as the Kingdom of Bruis
Another version of the flag of the Tjoser-Chisi Union
This one probably doesn't represent Tjoser or Chisi, nor does it contain the Tjoser-Chisi brown, which at that time probably didn't yet exist. This flag probably shows the light triumphing over the dark.
Yet another version of the flag of the Tjoser-Chisi Union
This one seems strange when one looks at the real flag, the Tjoser-Chisi color, brown, is on the right side, the cream color of Chisi on the left, and the sun is a light golden color. We don't know anything about this flag though, but some theorize that if this flag was chosen, the Tjoser-Chisi Union would be known as the Chisi-Tjoser Union, for Chisi uses a lighter color and Tjoser a darker one (compared to each other), and here, the lighter color is on the left side and the darker one on the right side. Where the golden color originates from is unknown, but it was probably meant as the color of the Tjoser-Chisi Union.