That’s not a joke.
Boundless is a game with cubes everywhere, and cubes put together can form right angles.
From that statement, I entertained myself making art aligning cubes to test what ornament could figure on my constructions. That reminded me that 5x5mm sheets I used in school, and…
…the shape I get most often is the swastika ( 卐 ) which is totally fine for me since it’s a very old symbol in Europe and in the whole Earth (mostly in Asia and Europe), and it figures everywhere at my place (Pays Basque, France, we have plenty of Lauburuak, which are “rounded” svastikas). In all these places in the world, it has peaceful meanings, and is one of the most ancient known abstract form of art for the reason it’s an easy way to make a rotating shape with squares.
It even is the simplest way to make a good looking frieze in Art Deco and you can see it in friezes on some potteries of Ancient Greece.
But here is a problem: I know for some people it’s still associated with fascism since nazis used it on their flags during the WWII.
So I write this post in the support section to ask the devs if it’s right to figure svastikas, in all the multiple shapes they can be, or if it is forbidden to build decorations using this symbol in the game. I know we live in a time where SJWs reign of terror could be harsh for a development studio.
I read the guild glyph systems will be a 5x5 grid and the most obvious symbol I thought was a swastika with inner points, which to be honest is very good looking.