Amulet of Kings, o"r merely the red diamond?Edit
This line is what I'm having trouble with, I've removed it once before, but it seems somebody feels strongly about it.
- The insignia on the breast displays the symbol of the Cyrodilic Emperor, the Amulet of Kings, with an eye in the middle of the diamond.
I must insist that it is not the Amulet of Kings depicted in the Penitus Oculatus' crest but merely the Red Diamond, which is the symbol of the Cyrodilic Emperors. Think now, that the imperial tapestries across Skyrim that depict Akatosh, it is diamond in shape and red to reflect the red diamond that is the emperor's symbol. Not the Amulet of Kings. I would rewrite the line as such:
But if I do so, I know it will be re-written once again. So I ask for the matter to be resolved. I must insist that it is the red diamond and only the red diamond. Why would it be the amulet of kings? That makes no sense. The Penitus Oculatus is a post-third era organization, so the amulet no longer exists, why would they continue to rever it? Commander Vexis (talk) 14:23, March 22, 2012 (UTC)Diamo
I reccomend you do a bit of research into matters that you make such bold statements about. The Red Diamond IS the Amulet of Kings, taken straight from it's page, "The gem is the red diamond in the middle of the Amulet. This is the symbol of the Empire and later taken as the symbol of the Septim line." Your suggestion to re-write the description as "'the symbol of the Cyrodilic Emperor, the red diamond." makes no sense because as you said, the Red-Diamond represents the Emperors and the red diamond in the middle of the Amulet of Kings is exactly that red diamond you are referring too. The Amulet of Kings' page even describes the Penitus Oculatus Armor as having "the Red Diamond emblazoned with the symbol of the Penitus Oculatus at the center of the armor. The Red Diamond symbol being based on the Amulet of Kings". Feel free to dispute this fact with me but unless you're going to tell me the entire Amulet of Kings page is wrong and that you're still right, please have actually read up on the subject you're arguing on. Dovahfeyn (talk) 03:33, May 5, 2012 (UTC)