On the Subject of Heraldry
Who doesn’t need a coat of arms on their bedroom wall?
See Appendix A for indicator identification reference.
See Appendix B for battery identification reference.
See Appendix C for port identification reference.
See Appendix H for heraldry reference.
This module consists of a book containing the representation of several crests. To disarm the module, select your family’s crest.
Each crest will have three different characteristics that you’ll need to attend to in order to identify the correct one: division of field, tincture and charges.
The Royal House
First, identify the crest of the Royal House. That crest will be the only one containing a charge representing a Lion colored with an Or tincture. Take note of that crest’s characteristics, as well as the Royal House’s family name. The Royal House’s family crest is never the solution.
Royal Crest Score
Use the following tables to obtain the Royal Crest score:
|Division of Field||Tincture|
|+2 for each field division||+2 if has Gules, Azure or Vert|
|-1 if has "Party" in the name||-1 if has Purpure, Sable or Bleu-Celeste|
|+3 if symmetrical about the vertical axis (excluding Charges)||+5 if has any Stain|
|+1 for each Animal||+1 for each letter in the name|
|+1 for each Cross||-1 for each word in the name|
|-1 for each other charge||+4 for each letter in the serial number that is in the name|