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Hall Of Famer to pink text/name

Which color should HoF be?  

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  1. 1. Which color should HoF be?

    • Pink!
      13
    • That dank purple, bro. Saints 4 Lyfe!
      21
    • Other. Post which and why!
      22


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Why?

I like pink better than blue.

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But LM's are pink...

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Maybe add a poll?

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I agree the HoF blue is not the best color in the world, but we already have Loremasters as light pink and VIPs as a darker pink.

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Samaritan    254

Deep Purple is the way forward.

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It's a bit of a vague color I agree, especially seeing it's the exact same as MVP just without the bold name (pls give bold name back pls)

But pink? That would probably give me a headache after a while :D

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This is a nice Color I think it would look good on the name with boldness and a slightly darker color for background.

>.>

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Alex    451

This is a nice Color I think it would look good on the name with boldness and a slightly darker color for background.

>.>

maybe this is the colour for everyone who's donated more than 100E?

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This is a nice Color I think it would look good on the name with boldness and a slightly darker color for background.

>.>

maybe this is the colour for everyone who's donated more than 100E?

Are you agreeing that it is a nice color? If so, awesome!!! I really like that color. :D

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Dank purple would be nice

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Dank purple would be nice

No. Purple is for GameMasters and These guys Sponsor.

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Dank purple would be nice

No. Purple is for GameMasters and These guys Sponsor.

always have to crush our dreams dont you Mental?

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Dank purple would be nice

No. Purple is for GameMasters and These guys Sponsor.

always have to crush our dreams dont you Mental?

Not now Metal. Not in front of the children.

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This is a nice Color I think it would look good on the name with boldness and a slightly darker color for background.

>.>

Gotta earn the bold name. ;)

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This is a nice Color I think it would look good on the name with boldness and a slightly darker color for background.

>.>

Gotta earn the bold name. ;)

Lad please. Go on now. Off with you. You're on a break. We don't need you sneaking in here telling me what to do. :P

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Still just waiting on the option to pick your own color... obv so long as it doesn't clash with staff colors.

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Hessian    11

I think the blue is fine. Purple is too cliche and is usually associated with lesser ranks, namely suited to twelve-year-olds that donate $5 to a community. I'm not being sexist here, but I think pink is too 'gender biased'. I think it'd be preferable to have a colour that is typically considered 'unisex'.

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Rolle    2456

I'm all open to suggestions, the hof and mvp aren't really supposed to share color, but I couldn't come up with anything good and distinguishable for mvps. I can change any of them tbh.

Post color examples like metal did, this can be of help: http://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_colorpicker.asp

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