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14 minutes ago, ManillaToad said:

The Colts moving to Indy for just a couple years then going right back to Baltimore doesn't make much sense. I can't see something like that ever happening in the NFL

 

To be fair the original thread which Spider posted the link in  had the Colts permantly return to Baltimore didn't specify how Irsay was treated....

But I've made my decision regardless.

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The Stars opted to not agree to the ludicrous decision to swap cities with the Colts opting instead to remain in Baltimore for years to come.... thus in this timeline, Art Modell never relocated the Browns to Baltimore to the Ravens thus we would be stuck with Rape Enablers 2.0 I mean the Cleveland Browns.

Jim Irsay would keep the Colts in Indianapolis thus their role in this thread is over.

Anyway 1995 rolls around and the team decides to update their uniforms again to reflect the mid 90's feel of the league.

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The Stars would introduce alternate pants for the first time with home having white and road having crimson... speaking of crimson some of you may be familar with it... for it comes from the Baltimore Ravens ((I had to use something after all.))

The Deep Golds as the fanbase calls them end up having a spectacular rivalry against the other gold users in the north east... the Black Gold Brigade of Pittsburgh.

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On 7/7/2022 at 7:06 AM, heavybass said:

NOW THEN

Do you want to see the Stars stay in Baltimore or do you want Jim Irsay to take control of the Indy Stars?

I know you’ve already finished that story arc, but this reminds me so much of a Choose Your Own Adventure book. 

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23 minutes ago, MCM0313 said:

I know you’ve already finished that story arc, but this reminds me so much of a Choose Your Own Adventure book. 


That was the original plan.... see what Jim Irasy would of done with the Stars.

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Eventually modernisation would come to Baltimore as the demand for a new look was eventually released... as of recently, something that the actual Ravens in our continunity refuse to do.

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And of course the Alt which is currenly a split in the Starbase.

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Much like the revived Stars, the team adds Burst Orange to the set... this concludes the Stars.

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1 hour ago, Bomba Tomba said:

Kinda looks like what a communist country's national team would wear... and I'm not saying it's a bad thing


I figured the alt would be a rejected Longhorn idea... definetly didn't think Chinese.

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8 hours ago, Bomba Tomba said:

I meant the entire set, not just the alt.

 

Wonder how the Cowboys in your universe reacted to another team using a star logo though?


Jerry Jones isn't a massive egocentric :censored: in this timeline.
 

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