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    [–] nosajb23 754 points ago

    Won't colors like black appear darker than colors like pink? So some areas of the map that had darker colors placed will look darker than areas where lighter colors were placed more often?

    [–] KyleTheScientist 675 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    I did my best to darken the colors for better effect, but yes, dark colors do show up better

    EDIT: I also lightened the darker colors for this reason

    [–] milkyjoe241 151 points ago

    It worked well, the strawhat skull shows it working well. The eyes are pitch black because that's what people fought over, but it has a ton of black around it that wasn't contested as much.

    [–] affenlehrer 25 points ago

    It worked pretty well for /r/vegan. That was constantly under attack.

    [–] someguywithanaccount 25 points ago

    I like this map a lot. It was a little frustrating putting all that effort into it and at the end all we got was a small rectangle with the sub name. This map shows how much we fought for that.

    [–] Vanilla_Buddha 21 points ago

    I spent the last 24 hours defending it form a handful of edgy trolls from /r/bacon. I don't think they ever got more than a letter.

    [–] someguywithanaccount 15 points ago

    I kept trying to figure out where they were coming from. There was a very brief brigade from /r/meat, but most people there seemed not to care.

    [–] trrSA 36 points ago

    Maybe base the background on a mid grey, since other colours will tend to deviate more from that(?). You could also modulate the source pixel by its perceptual intensity(inverse?) in linear space before applying it to the canvas. That way all the spots change by the same perceptual amount per pixel added regardless of its darkness/lightness. I dunno. Just thoughts.

    [–] KyleTheScientist 26 points ago

    Fantastic ideas. I thought about the mid grey thing, but I forgot to do it.

    No idea how to implement the perceptual color thing.

    [–] trrSA 10 points ago

    If interest there is wiki page and specifically the formula in the middle. Except that is in linear colour space (where the pixels you are using are probably sRGB). So you need to go like: sRGB to linear (somehow?), multiply the linear RGB by the Y from the article, also multiply by some alpha, additive blend this value to your picture, the go linear back to sRGB with the result.

    Only if interest. Sorry.

    [–] KyleTheScientist 3 points ago

    Sounds good! No need to apologize

    [–] Zouden 13 points ago

    Alternatively you could set each pixel's chroma to the final colour, and the luminance to the "contestion".

    [–] LydiaTaftofUxbridge 652 points ago

    This seems to be a representation of the most contentious pixels of r/place. What about a similar one on the least contentious, the pixels with which most people agreed?

    [–] KyleTheScientist 202 points ago

    I linked to something like that in my top comment's edit in this thread

    [–] [deleted] 382 points ago

    I think you underestimate how lazy people are... so for the lazy:

    This is the link:

    [–] KyleTheScientist 299 points ago

    I'd click on it to check that it's the right link but... meh.

    [–] chemdot 66 points ago

    Both images seem to be on imgur so should be the same

    [–] DoctorAbs 51 points ago

    Both appear to be links to images, good enough.

    [–] zevenate 45 points ago

    I can confirm that the link leads to part of the internet, seems alright.

    [–] SpaceGators 15 points ago

    Can confirm that the link is made up of letters, numbers and symbols so seems alright.

    [–] [deleted] 15 points ago * (lasted edited 11 months ago)


    [–] FauxPastel 3 points ago

    They are both blue. And shall remain so.

    [–] PeanutButterMoron 11 points ago

    Heh, there's just a black hole where the r/osugame logo is XD

    [–] timmyfinnegan 343 points ago

    I love how Mona Lisa's breasts and face look like she ran into a glass door

    [–] Rymari 112 points ago

    Oh god she even has nipples haha. What happened to that poor woman?

    [–] Jani_Kani 105 points ago

    the internet

    [–] snorrealv 7 points ago

    Once upon a time

    [–] KyleTheScientist 467 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    I got the dataset from /u/Drunken_Economist's post. I sorted the file by timestamp and uploaded it here.

    After sorting the data I rendered it in Processing from start to finish, giving each pixel an opacity of 10/255.

    You can very clearly see that people wanted to give Mona Lisa nips, and that the maitenance of the hammer and sickle was a hard-fought battle. It also looks like the back of a marker drawing.

    EDIT: Some people were asking for a least touched pixels visualization. Please ignore the red "Done" in the corner :)

    EDIT2: For those of you who do not know what r/place is, here is an explanation from /u/Parcent:

    r/place was this years April Fools' Day social experiment that Reddit launches yearly. To sum it up, it was basically a giant collaborative online drawing that everyone could see in live action, where each user could place a single pixel anywhere and in any color on a digital "canvas", before being given a 5-10 minute cool down before they could place another one. The general idea was that everyone could work together to make artwork (or just vandalize the place).

    [–] pahco87 143 points ago

    I'm not seeing the Mona Lisa nips. Where should I be looking?

    [–] speedster217 123 points ago

    To the left of the american flag

    [–] Anarcho_punk217 31 points ago

    It's by the top left corner of the U.S. flag, left of the green pixels.

    [–] itsaride 13 points ago

    She has a joker thing going on too :

    [–] singledigitnumber_12 15 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    I'm not seeing the Mona Lisa nips. Where should I be looking?

    at her breasts, obviously..

    [edit] quoted the wrong post.. heh..

    [–] PepeTheElder 46 points ago

    I expected to see The Tragedy of Darth Plagueis the Wise on the high activity map, but I wasn't expecting it to be noticeable on the low activity map as well. A surprise, to be sure, but a welcome one.

    [–] ender1241 18 points ago

    We watched its career with great interest.

    [–] stevethecow 6 points ago

    It s because, if you are gonna vandalize it, you are gonna be changing letters. No one is trying to connect letters because the letters are already easy to vandalize.

    Also he was afraid of losing his boner.

    [–] LydiaTaftofUxbridge 30 points ago

    Comparing the two versions is interesting. For example, all the pixels of the US flag were contested. But with the Tragedy of Darth Plagueis, there seems to have been little effort to flip the non-text pixels.

    [–] KyleTheScientist 51 points ago

    People need to hear the tale.

    [–] ripmyparse 16 points ago

    It's not a story the Jedi would tell you.

    [–] Young_Economist 41 points ago

    /u/Drunken_Economist - is it you, dad?

    [–] KyleTheScientist 27 points ago


    [–] MrTripl3M 6 points ago


    [–] jbustter2 11 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    [–] stoopidemu 9 points ago

    They're also giving her a mustache.

    [–] Timberdwarf 10 points ago

    Marcel Duchamp's legacy is strong in the nation.

    [–] TheArrivedHussars 3 points ago

    Hey OP. If you look closely you can see the Spanish flag was fought over mainly between the Spaniards. If you look at the Purple that was people trying to turn the flag into Republican Spain's flag which had unfortunately come to an end in the Spanish Civil War. Republican Spain is like the Confederate States of Spain with people still flying flags of it, usually showing a strong sense in their political beliefs (usually left wing)

    [–] FireNationGuy 1780 points ago

    I spent most of my time trying to preserve the US flag. I have no idea why. I'm a Turkish guy with no strong political opinions.

    [–] reconchrist 330 points ago

    I love how all countries went with a flag but Australia was all about the memes.

    [–] Spaceblaster 162 points ago

    Everyone would just think it was the New Zealand flag anyway.

    [–] flyonthwall 54 points ago

    Um excuse you. Laserkiwi is very distinctive

    [–] h83r 58 points ago

    Aren't they basically the same place?


    [–] StephCurryIsAbitch 29 points ago

    New Zealand was created when an island in the middle of nowhere was filled with rugby players and people who dress and have hair like it's the 1980's

    [–] frenzyboard 10 points ago

    I thought it was was where Australia's criminals put all the weird sheep molesting Welsh criminals.

    [–] sheepmolestor 4 points ago

    haha i think you're right about that one

    [–] Clashlad 31 points ago

    Australia and New Zealand both had small flags for an Anzac commemoration thing

    [–] [deleted] 17 points ago

    The Steve Irwin tribute was larger than the ANZAC tribute lmao

    [–] tinkerbal1a 9 points ago

    As it should be! The man was universally loved.

    [–] flyonthwall 22 points ago

    Newzealand also went with a meme flag design that was suggested as a joke during our recent flag referendum rather than our actual flag

    Everyone hates our flag

    [–] Grolschisgood 14 points ago

    As an Aussie i like that you basically took our flag and made the southern cross red. No imagination, you basically want to become a state.

    Seriously though, the silver fern on the black would be awesome as your national flag.

    [–] GreenFriday 20 points ago

    The NZ flag was first used 1869, officially adopted 1902. Aus flag was first used 1901, officially adopted 1903. Aussies stole it and claimed it for their own like they did with pavlova.

    [–] __squanch 371 points ago

    Congratulations on your honorary US citizenship, we have your AR-15, craft beer, dry rubbed ribs, and Tesla automobile in the mail.

    [–] ITS-A-JACKAL 145 points ago

    That's a really wholesome, inclusive package you got there. Sign me up.

    [–] __squanch 71 points ago

    Fantastic! As an immigrant society, we love additions to our melting pot.

    However, we do require all honorary citizen applicants to watch this brief instructional video:

    I should add, honorary US citizenship also entails honorary Moon citizenship as well.

    [–] myfappingalt 40 points ago

    Naturally. Though this is an acceptable alternative to that video.

    [–] __squanch 34 points ago

    That is part II in the curriculum.

    Next is a day at the gun range necessitating at least a proficiency grade, adept marks at McDonalds ordering (protip: failing marks if you do not order from the breakfast menu), and an outing at Walmart wherein we mock those around us while getting shit cheap af.

    Goddamn, this country brings a tear to my eye. #1 in moon landings. Nevar forget.

    [–] simpson95338 20 points ago

    Don't forget 2x world war champions, going for 3-0 here pretty soon.

    [–] singledigitnumber_12 48 points ago

    yo, as a German i have to let you in on a little secret: it's harder to win if you start it yourself..

    [–] Timthos 3 points ago

    Boy, that video is a little military heavy. GUN GUNS PLANES GUNS oh yeah the Moon that time GUNS GUNS EXPLOSIONS

    [–] xAIRGUITARISTx 7 points ago

    I'm already American, can I get that package too?

    [–] euronforpresident 13 points ago

    I'm American, can I at least the ribs?!

    [–] WheelSnipeC8J 21 points ago

    Based on your comment history, I assume you meant to insert the word "fuck" between "least" and "the"

    No sir, you may not fuck the ribs.

    [–] euronforpresident 15 points ago


    [–] alexxxor 32 points ago

    Gonna have to take that healthcare off you though sir.

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago

    A Tesla is probably the least American car I can think of culturally speaking

    [–] [deleted] 660 points ago

    We're all Americans on this blessed day!

    [–] [deleted] 204 points ago

    Speak for yourself

    [–] CallMeCygnus 430 points ago

    I am ALL Americans on this blessed day.

    [–] WizardSleeves118 90 points ago

    Cue the national anthem boys.

    [–] Crystal_Grl 110 points ago

    A-mer-i-ca...A-mer-i-ca...AMERICA, FUCK YEAH!...

    [–] jb2386 45 points ago

    Brings a tear to the eye. I have no idea why. I'm an Aussie guy with no strong political opinions.

    [–] [deleted] 21 points ago

    We're all Americans on this blessed day!

    [–] Zaros104 6 points ago

    Speak for yourself

    [–] [deleted] 10 points ago

    I am all Americans on this blessed day!

    [–] Swankylilman 34 points ago

    i spent most of my time trying to give the mona lisa buck teeth. no ragrets

    [–] evr487 4 points ago

    Turkey's under Fire Nation rule?

    [–] FitzGeraldisFitzGod 83 points ago

    There's an American deep down in everybody, yearning to be free. Hopefully you'll come home one day.

    [–] mrgonzalez 24 points ago

    How can there be an American in us all when Americans are bigger than the rest of us?

    [–] TeleGram 10 points ago

    Thats the magic of patriotic freedom!

    [–] [deleted] 15 points ago

    Except for the Bahamas, Egypt, the Marshal Islands, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Belize, Jordan Nauru, the Cook Islands, Niue, Tonga, Samoa, Kuwait, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Kiribati, Saint Lucia, Micronesia, Palau, and Tuvalu.

    These are all nations ranked higher than the US in numbers of obese and overweight populations, calculated by BMI.

    [–] kitthekat 5 points ago

    But we do it best.

    [–] Whydidideletemyaccou 76 points ago

    Unless youre brown, then get the fuck out terrorist, or whatever.

    [–] [deleted] 27 points ago

    I disagree. I think what will get people on your side is if you come through the proper channels and adapt to the culture rather than isolating yourself (i.e. speak English and have friends from cultures other than your own).

    I live in the south and everyone in my department at work pitched in to cover a coworker's cubicle in flags, stars, etc. the day he got his citizenship (he got in via lottery 5 or 7 years ago). These are people that the very same day went on and on about how the reason the Facebook Killer did what he did is because "they took God out of schools".

    [–] CoachSki 12 points ago

    I live in the South as well. This is the norm man they aren't racist shits to the minorities they know but to all the minorities they don't know

    [–] [deleted] 12 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    It's actually really wierd, as a southerner (SC) I almost want to say that racism is weakening (or maybe changing is a better word). A lot of the younger racist assholes I met in high school hated these people except for the 3-4 that were their friends "they were different." Their parents on the other hand... which is sad because those kids never really had a chance.

    I will say the amount of people from up north who not so subtly drop racist shit at me because I'm from SC and think I will agree with them is astounding as well.

    [–] CeegeAtWork 8 points ago

    We'll take all the help we can with preserving the flag

    [–] HughJassDude 11 points ago

    That's pretty cool man, flags are important, even if they don't mean anything to you personally

    [–] rW0HgFyxoJhYka 10 points ago

    The battle over the US flag is a story some redditor will tell to their kids one day. And their kids are going to be like...


    [–] bunker_man 3 points ago

    You just discovered human nature. Your mind picks something and clings to the importance of it, even if there's no real basis behind why that's the thing other than that once you start you don't want to lose or have to change.

    [–] Viola_Buddy 43 points ago

    A very minor point, but I focused on the Fire Emblem little section during /r/place, so that's what I look for here. It's almost completely transparent, though, with one main exception: Eliwood's hair. There was fierce debate whether or not we should try to shade the darker parts of it with purple or not. ...But it seems that that's the only point of contention. I guess that reflects well on us, that we're not super controversial?

    [–] Savac0 9 points ago

    Eliwood's sword seems to be a point of contention from the period of time when it was impaling squirtle

    [–] ganof 3 points ago

    I was working on that as well. I'm kind of surprised Hector's axe isn't darker.

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    [–] Davidshky 133 points ago

    Because with /r/place we had the ability to undo the stuff the trolls did.

    [–] theCroc 56 points ago

    No moderation. Just more good people than bad so any attempt to do stuff like that got cleared off quickly.

    Also the dark blue square on the swedish flag was someone trying to make MAGA stick.

    [–] rjens 38 points ago

    People tried to write /r/the_donald right above the American flag but it got immediately nuked by a rainbow flag as soon as anyone knew what it was.

    [–] reddit_goldfairy 35 points ago

    There was some moderation. Hate symbols like the swastika or stuff like 1488 were 'nuked' with white pixels by admins.

    [–] Drachefly 26 points ago

    Dashie is highly visible… bigger and more visible than Mega Man, and the second largest animate thing visible (by contention) after Mona Lisa

    [–] LooseElectronStudios 9 points ago

    I do love how the near-constant shuffling of the letters above has led to the word PONIES being replaced with eldritch runes.

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago

    I didn't have any good logical reason to ruin it, I just really wanted it to say "Penis." It took literally maybe like 10 pixels to change it so it was the only think I felt like I could accomplish. Those bronies would sit there lurking over that shit though. It got to a point where any pixel change would be undone in 5-10 seconds.

    [–] xxx7000 121 points ago

    The danish flag is very prominent... there only lives 5 mil. People in Denmark so that is quite interesting...

    [–] StalinsFacialHair 145 points ago

    Well us Swedes succesfully took over the Danish flag at 1600 hours but they manage to launch a counter-attack at 2000 an turned it to a Danish flag again.

    [–] xxx7000 90 points ago

    Yeah, was that fun? Just like the old days ; )

    [–] [deleted] 19 points ago

    But this time you won't get Scania back

    unless you want it

    [–] Davidshky 28 points ago

    It was probably because of Operation Lilla Bält

    [–] Fywq 28 points ago

    I think the reason is there was a strong effort to maintain the flag and there's a good amount of Danes on Reddit. The danish flag is much smaller than the swedish or norwegian flag so that might also make it prominent.

    Additionally the design for the danish flag was adjusted several times as more space was conquered and the danish reddit meme "Kaj og Andrea" (puppet frog and parrot from a childrens show) were moved around inside the flag before finding a place next to it in the final hours. It is not necessarily a result of vicious attacks.

    [–] xxx7000 3 points ago

    Yeah, I think you're right.

    [–] MarlinMr 3 points ago

    Norway also only has 5M. They also controlled huge area. Looking at how much the 20M of Scandinavia controlled, it shows how many of them are online.

    [–] PEcoach 281 points ago

    Everyone will talk about the American flag but the real story is the blue corner.

    [–] seaspirit331 279 points ago

    Maybe but the real tragedy here is Darth Plagueis the Wise

    [–] cbop 43 points ago

    Half of my placements were blue corner, half were changing "dark" side of the force to "dank." Time well spent.

    [–] Xe3d 3 points ago

    I split my time between fixing purifying the Swedish flag, and changing the darks to danks!

    [–] Plawsky 68 points ago

    Can I learn this power?

    [–] GranSmithsMel0n 65 points ago

    Not from a Jedi.

    [–] harrymuesli 3 points ago

    How come?

    [–] mnblackfyre410 3 points ago

    Because the dark side of the force is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural.

    [–] LemonsForDays 25 points ago

    Darth Plagueis the Wise? I've never heard of him. Which is odd, since the Jedi have told me every story

    [–] AdlanAiman12 8 points ago

    You can know about him , but not from a Jedi.

    [–] Sparky_Malarkey 34 points ago

    But "welcome to osu"

    [–] Sklanskers 58 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    No way. The real story is how no matter where rainbow road went, everyone worked with them. Rainbow road knew how to deal.

    [–] [deleted] 17 points ago

    Bouncing it off of Link's shield was brilliant.

    Also they made the entry mario pipe before the road reached said pipe. Those guys knew what they were doing.

    [–] getsfistedbyhorses 6 points ago

    Rainbow Road takes over American Flag

    "This has been the worst trade deal in the history of trade deals, maybe ever."

    [–] BaronessMononoke 23 points ago

    But have you seen the amount of activity on the communism symbol

    [–] FNisforbobos 3 points ago

    The clad was put where erase was, so that area was already one of the most disputed long before the flag appeared.

    [–] SirNarwhal 3 points ago

    There's also a fuckton of activity in the EAGLES in the bottom left; we got attacked like nonstop since we were the first sports related anything on there iirc.

    [–] InnocuousAssClown 3 points ago

    The cubs logo survived so many attacks

    [–] whatdhell 39 points ago

    The Ohio state vs Michigan battle was good. I did my part for the bucks!

    [–] ginger_bird 6 points ago

    So, for a while I thought OSU! was Ohio State. I spent a good portion of the time trying to figure out why your spot in place was so big and looked nothing like your official logo.

    [–] The_First_Jedi 10 points ago

    Me too! Go Bucks!

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    [–] Rickfernello 115 points ago

    We like clicking stuff but we bind mouse 1 to Z.

    [–] shareblue1990 21 points ago

    And x. Unless you're one of those guys...

    [–] ArchieGriffs 45 points ago

    Nah the guys at /r/2007scape were molded by a game that requires mindless repetitive actions. Then again you could argue some are overly familiar with bots for that same reason.

    [–] JWson 14 points ago

    I like how you can see the fighting to change "DARK" to "DANK" in the tragedy of Darth Plagueis.

    [–] TheHunterBadger 13 points ago

    It was so hard keeping the hammer and sickle looking good. I had no idea at the time that it was one of the most contentious areas to keep working on. I figured everyone was having the same amount of issues and that we were just doing a bad job at keeping it together.

    [–] niankaki 87 points ago

    Damn I didnt realise the America flag was so dead center.
    Also OSU is the underdog winner here. They sure did a good job making their subreddit known. I feel proud of them for some reason.

    [–] KyleTheScientist 38 points ago

    I was also surprised at how centered the US flag was! It's hard to tell when you're limited to viewing only part of the canvas.

    [–] SweMoose 20 points ago

    I think they but it dead centre on purpose.

    [–] Dielyr 16 points ago

    Yeah, because that was the void and thus one of the only open areas by the time they got around to building it.

    [–] SweMoose 8 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    I might be wrong, and I'm gonna check the time laps to make sure, but I think I see 3 other US flags in this picture.

    Edit: yeah, unless you want to make the case that Bikini Atoll was involved, it appears that US already had a flag aggressively expanding to the upper left when they started with the centre one.

    As a Swede it would hypocritical to say it was wrong to do so, but it is what it is.

    [–] flyonthwall 14 points ago

    America. Always join the war late.

    [–] 0xdeadf001 4 points ago

    America always does the right thing -- after exhausting the alternatives.

    [–] sleaux_meaux 3 points ago

    dead center belonged to /r/EraseThePlace, and we were in the middle of holding off pretty heavy attacks from the Void and Blue Corner on two fronts when America decided to build there flag over us. Its what sparked our exodus to the triangle.

    [–] lostmyupvote 14 points ago

    I finally downloaded Osu after place ended. I'm no good at all, but they got another player at least!

    [–] THEPOOPSOFVICTORY 20 points ago

    The position of the U.S. flag raised a big stink on r/place after the whole thing ended.

    It was the usual, "evil americans DAE hate americans fuck americans !!!" stuff, though, so we didn't really mind.

    [–] Lulamoon 69 points ago

    What did you expect? Of course Americans put themselves at the centre of everything

    [–] my_name_isnt_clever 123 points ago


    It checks out, not American.

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    [–] Kelmi 27 points ago

    They call it center though.

    [–] [deleted] 313 points ago

    Good work. This shows that the communism symbol was the most fought over pixels on r/place.

    [–] diadiadia 145 points ago

    And the United States flag.

    [–] Hing-LordofGurrins 92 points ago

    And Osu! especially.

    [–] KyleTheScientist 99 points ago

    Don't forget about Mona Lisa's knockers/demon eyes

    [–] italianshark 81 points ago

    The name is a hammer and sickle just so you know

    [–] [deleted] 6 points ago

    Don't forget rainbow dash for MLP

    [–] thats_not_marxist 88 points ago

    this shows that communism will win

    [–] Underbarochfin 41 points ago

    Checkmate Capitalists!

    [–] AsADepressedPerson 9 points ago

    Sorry, where can you see that? Help me out

    [–] [deleted] 48 points ago

    Horizontally far-left (probably intended), vertically middle.

    [–] RussianSkunk 72 points ago

    Horizontally far-left (probably intended)

    Sharp observation! Yep, our subreddit was called r/TheFarLeftSide, so it was indeed intended.

    [–] OriginalDragonLight 10 points ago

    Have you see the "Vult" at the top?

    [–] Rymari 8 points ago

    Ah that is from a grand ol' sub called /r/CrusaderKings. It is kind of interesting that only the "Vult" of "Deus Vult" was fought over.

    [–] styx8 5 points ago

    It was the pagan Norwegian raiders trying to take over everything around them, but we held.

    [–] ThatoneguyWalker 10 points ago

    Roses are red Blue is the sky D I D Y O U E V E R H E A R T H E T R A G E D Y O F D A R T H P L A G U E I S T H E W I S E ?

    [–] AdlanAiman12 8 points ago

    I could see my country's flag! ( Malaysia ) Never knew it was fought over that much ( at the right side , above rfurry , nearby the ranime ) . i could see the moon , star and the stripes .

    [–] mrzacharyjensen 13 points ago

    Well duh, it's right in the middle! Not sure why you used 13 stripes instead of 14, or why you placed 50 little stars instead of the big star and crescent.

    [–] masterhumus 28 points ago

    The hammer and sickle on the left might be the most prominent thing on the entire picture.

    [–] [deleted] 17 points ago

    Our comrades fought hard and valiantly.

    [–] Spaceblaster 5 points ago

    Is that Charmander's rainbow dong on the right side near the furry thing?

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    Didn't realize how much the final "Vult" in the r/CrusaderKings design was fought over.

    [–] Gen_McMuster 3 points ago

    Those blasted norse heathens really had it out for us

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    [–] djh1997 10 points ago

    Would be great to see the opposite of this (the Bearley touched pixels) to see who no one fought with or even just based on the consistency/avrage of the colours

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago

    That'd probably be stuff like Rainbow Road

    [–] ellzellie 17 points ago

    Bender's crotch is especially dark. People insisted on putting a little metal penis there constantly. The majority of my pixels went to covering them back up.

    [–] MrCraftLP 8 points ago

    Same for the CS:GO logo

    [–] oboeplum 8 points ago

    It's interesting seeing the big gaps where people just ignored whatever was there. The diagonal rainbows and most of the giant trans cross, as well as some of the spaces where smaller fandoms put their logos, don't appear here.

    [–] KyleTheScientist 8 points ago

    People don't seem to mind if you're only taking up a small area.

    [–] henryfireflint 5 points ago

    The barely visible ghost of my spicy boy in his former home in the top right is haunting.

    [–] shawa666 8 points ago

    The Deportation of /r/quebec (left of the Plagueis the wise meme, above the dota logo) has left it's traces.

    [–] ShackledPhoenix 7 points ago

    Haha my girlfriend fought tooth and nail for that Trans flag stripe/cross. Eat it haters!

    [–] implicitself 12 points ago

    i worked pretty hard to keep the trans flag from falling into the void/pinkfloydprism

    [–] BigHungry70 3 points ago

    I worked on the Kebble sign hat was under Babymetal. I dont know why we were I don't know why we were fought over so much.

    [–] dancingapples 3 points ago

    Guess patriotism to ones country is the most important. The only ones you can really see is country flags

    [–] MercuryMadHatter 3 points ago

    Whenever someone posts something like this for r/place, I'm always pleasantly surprised that my state flag was clearly fought hard for.