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The Federation Vexillology Department is a department of the United Federation of Travelers.



The Federation Vexillology Department (FVD) is a department of the United Federation of Travelers created for the purpose of recording which color and pattern combinations of in-game flags and banners correspond with certain civilized space zones.

The goal of the FVD is to provide another aspect of shared civilized space identity: all players of a civilization could fly their civilization's flag at their base, for example. There are 64 flag combinations and 48 banner combinations.

Some civilizations also have player-designed flags, although most only have emblems. The FVD strictly records in-game flags and banners, not player-designed flags and emblems.

Flag GalleryEdit

Only civilized space zones that have updated their embassy page since Living Ship are considered.

United Federation of TravelersEdit

Other zonesEdit

Color PaletteEdit


Rules / Terms of UseEdit

  • Use of the FVD as the basis for hostile territorial endeavors is basis for potential removal of your civilization's access to the FVD, at the discretion of any Federation Ambassador.
  • A given color-and-pattern combination for a flag or banner can only correspond with a single civilization. Civilizations with older edits will be favored in the case of multiple claims on a single flag combination. Civilizations which are inactive enough to be removed from the Civilized space page may have their flags removed.
  • You do not need to use the same colors for both the flag and banner.
  • Your civilization does not need to be a Federation-allied civilization to register in the FVD.
  • When registering for the FVD, it is your responsibility to make sure your chosen color/pattern combination has not already been claimed. The FVD is managed by all Federation Ambassadors, but no single person has the specific responsibility of managing this page; it's mostly a community page.
  • Please include both the flag and banner in a single image.