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    How do you describe this?

    Discussion in 'Setting Development' started by Shimario, Jan 2, 2017.

    Its something random i found on the internet but i like how it looks so i'm making it into a spire. The only problem is that i can't figure out how to describe it. If someone could give me an example or something to start off of, i'd appreciate it.





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    A hexagon inscribed (or cut into?) in a triangle with three lines connecting the two from each of the triangles points.
     
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    A symbol of power and authority. A tri-tower communion building.
     
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    A trisected, bevelled equilateral triangle with a hexagonal complement.

    To me it looks like a type of Venn diagram set an in maths, a union of two sets is all elements in either set. In intersection of two sets is the values that exist in both. A complement is values that are in one set and not in the other.
     

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