Red Squadron. The squadron the destroyed the Death Star. Many of the Rebel Alliance's greatest pilots flew in Red Squadron. Biggs Darklighter, Wedge Antilles, Jek Porkins and Luke Skywalker all flew under it's banner. Now you can show your allegiance with this insignia series design! This elegantly simple design is perfect for hardcore Star Wars fans. Complete with Aurebesh text, this design screams "nerd cred". Sure to impress people at your next convention, RPG session, or even just casual Friday at the office.
You served with distinction in Red Squadron, helping to rebuild it after Red 5 blew up the Death Star. Hopefully one day, you'll be able to add a Death Star of your own to your already impressive kill sheet. For now, it's an honor to be able to serve in such a famous squadron and know you are striking fear in the hearts of the enemy by your very presence. This elegantly simple design is perfect for hardcore Star Wars fans. Complete with Aurebesh text, this design screams "nerd cred". Sure to impress people at your next convention, RPG session, or even just casual Friday at the office.
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The B.H.I.K.K.E. Work Week is the biggest five days in bounty hunting. This year it was held on the four star jungle planet: Phindar. Show your friends that you are an elite bounty hunter with the official "BHIKKE: Phindar" T-Shirt. "Come for the weather, stay for the HEAT."
Created for a Lutheran X-Wing Miniatures (Fantasy Flight) gaming group. If you are not Lutheran then it is probably over your head ;-) For those not able to decipher the Aurebesh 🤣 the Lutheranish is: Top Line: Smalcald Squadron Bottom Line: Here we stand Flanks: 'V' 'D' 'M' 'A' From what I have been able to learn over he years, the "V" marks are role identifiers used on pilot helmets; they are authentic marks in SW and they come in various combinations of red and yellow. We chose all red ones for the traditional colour of the Reformation; six of them for the Six Chief Parts of the Catechism 😉 -- and it just so happens that the "V" can be interpreted as a Roman numeral representing the 5 major parts of the Confessions.
Nan gave you $10? Your dad phoned from the cigarette store? Your legs have become horses? Sanspants Radio released a new episode today? Do you need one phrase to answer all of these questions? Preferably on a tee-shirt? Now you can! How Good!
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