It was explained to the I in the other post. But that was reasoning for the I's who sight the Ible. If the I does not sight the Ible, then that reasoning line holds no water with the I anyway.
Like I said previously it is not a star, but a shield. If it is talking of a weapon, then why not mention the King's sword? Would that not be more symbolic, and add luster to a story that is already fiction?
It is a shild worn by Kings and men of authority. But mostly by kings. Now a days alot of the I's wear it. It is a good thing for InI.
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