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 Post subject: Tri-lobal Symbol?
PostPosted: Tue Jun 20, 2006 8:00 am 
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Seen on the door buttons in Someplace Else and now here in the top left of our window into the world. Was it there ten minutes ago when I last looked? What significance does it hold? Does it at all? WHY DO I ASK ALL THESE QUESTIONS??

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Seems to me to be another allusion to Marathon, what with the similarities between the two symbols and all. It just has two little ears on top and changes pretty colors, which rules by the way.

http://marathon.bungie.org/story/_images/whiteicon.gif

That's the Marathon symbol.


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 Post subject: Reflections
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And I thought I saw the head of a hard drive, or the trioptimum corporation symbol -perhaps we are all just seeing what we want to rather than something concrete.


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 Post subject: Re: Reflections
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ducbian wrote:
And I thought I saw the head of a hard drive, or the trioptimum corporation symbol -perhaps we are all just seeing what we want to rather than something concrete.


Now that you mention it, it does have a certain resemblance to the TriOptimum corpoate logo from System Shock 2. I sure that Adam designed it with both Marathon and SS2 in mind and it resembles those two symbols as an homage to both. Then again, what do I know?


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Uh-huh. Definately Tri-op. *Nods sagely*

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