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Escutcheon displaying the heraldic coat of arms of the city of Luskan.

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George K October 10, 2019 11:22 am UTC
I'm wondering where you got this emblem for Luskan from ...
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Ole A October 10, 2019 7:20 pm UTC
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Map of Luskan, Sword Coast Adventurers Guide, Page 97.

Also included are two alternate versions based on descriptions from the internet.
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George K October 12, 2019 2:15 am UTC
Ah, got you. Years ago, Ed Greenwood told me that the arms of Luskan were as follows:

A shield with its lower third wavy green (rows of waves, usually stylized), surmounted by an across-the-center-of-the-shield bar or vertical band of gold, from which depend (‘grow out of,’ with no top detail, just appendages of the band) three oars, equally-spaced and sloping diagonally down to the sinister. Above this is a field of scarlet, and on it, just above the gold band, three white crescents, tall and narrow with horns to the dexter, and the center one being larger than the outer two, which are identical to each other.

The three crescents represent the sails of ships (“the City of Sails”), the scarlet represents blood/piracy/willingness to wage war/defend oneself/fighting spirit, the gold represents wealth and prosperity through work and through naval power, and the green is of course the sea.

If this device is displayed on a pennant or ship’s flag, the ‘field’ (color...See more
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Ole A October 12, 2019 1:24 pm UTC
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The alternate versions are based on that description actually.
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