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9 minutes ago, Topherlee2 said:

I lived in Grandview all my life until I moved recently, and I didn't know a team played in Grandview.

 

Yeah I didn't know about this team's existence until I did research for this project and even then I didn't find out about them until after I finalized the original list of concepts in this series. Like I said earlier, information on this team is very scarce, It's probably the most obscure ABA team based in Kansas City, I was able to easily find more info on the Knights and Grillers. 

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10 hours ago, Bomba Tomba said:

I'd have loved to see a ghost mascot/secondary logo for the Soul

 

I don't think I thought of that during the planning process, but that is a cool idea, I do have the "KC Reapers" coming up near the end of March/beginning of April, that has a similar theme. 

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After a little bit of a 2-week wait, I'm back and in this part of the series we imagine what if the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs were a soccer/association football club?

 

Here is where the Chiefs are reimagined as a soccer club named "Kansas City FC" or "KCFC" for short as a member of the MLS.

 

BRANDING

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I asked the artist I commissioned to design a KC insignia based on the Athletics and Blues cap logos. The font used for the wordmarks and primary logos was Freshman.

 

EXTRA SCRIPTS & INSIGNIAS

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And here are the extra script and insignia logos put together for KCFC.

 

SOCCER UNIFORMS

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Now as the title suggests, I put together 2 sets of uniforms for Kansas City FC as a soccer club and as a gridiron football team, here is the soccer set with a yellow home kit, and a red away kit, with Whataburger as the jersey sponsor.

 

FOOTBALL FIELD AND UNIFORMS

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This is the football field design and gridiron football set for Kansas City FC, Consider this a revision of my Kansas City Football Team concept from last year.

 

EXTRA FIELDS

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I also put a together a yellow and black home fields for KCFC, and custom Super Bowl fields with the KCFC branding. 

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  • maxwasson changed the title to INTO THE 816-VERSE - Kansas City FC (MLS/NFL)

Hey that's great, but who are the CHEFS?

 

Great googly moogly!

 

Based on this famous Snickers commercial 

 

 

I decided to rebrand the Chiefs as the "Chefs" with a chef mascot, as you will see here

 

BRANDING

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I reused the Allotrope Heavy Bold font from my original Chiefs redesign concept, the insignia logos have also been reused as well, the mascot is a chef with a red chef's hat and golden facial hair. 

 

EXTRA SCRIPTS & INSIGNIAS

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And here are the extra script logos I put together.

FIELD AND UNIFORMS

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Here are the Chefs home field and uniform set.

EXTRA FIELDS

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Then you have the extra fields I assembled, there's 2 home fields with yellow and black endzones, and all the Super Bowl fields that the Chiefs/Chefs have had their endzones in (LIV, LV, LVII, and LVIII)

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  • maxwasson changed the title to INTO THE 816-VERSE - Kansas City FC (MLS/NFL) + Kansas City Chefs (NFL)

In this round of Kansas City Chiefs redesigns, Is one I've been wanting to do for a while now, this has the Chiefs changing their name to the "Reapers" the moniker originates from Patrick Mahomes' nickname that was coined after his signature 2022 AFC divisional round win against the Buffalo Bills where Mahomes became "The Grim Reaper"

 

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The mascot here is a combination of KC Wolf, the Chiefs' current on-field mascot and Death from Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, the font used for the wordmarks, insignias, and jersey numbers was Anxiety of Sadness. 

 

EXTRA SCRIPTS AND INSIGNIAS

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Here are the extra script logos and insignias I put together for the Reapers.

 

FIELD AND UNIFORMS

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I put together a 5-piece uniform set for the Reapers with a red home, a white away, and red/white/black alternates. 

 

EXTRA FIELDS

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Here are the extra fields I put together with 2 home fields that have yellow and black endzones, and then the Super Bowl fields for each of the Chiefs 4 Super Bowl appearances in the last 5 years. 

 

On the subject of Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, can you imagine how sick it would be if Death's whistle was like a pregame echo at Arrowhead Stadium to strike fear into the visiting team? 

 

 

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  • maxwasson changed the title to INTO THE 816-VERSE - Kansas City Reapers (NFL)

Up next on the block, is my first ever college team concept! I've been wanting to do this one for a long time as well, I've since some other fictional colleges on this forum and it's time to throw my hat into the ring. 

 

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Say hello to the Kansas Tech Jackals! They represent the athletics program of Kansas Tech University which is based in the north side of Kansas City, KS (close to the Quindaro Bluffs neighborhood), I commissioned a jackal mascot for the university's athletics program brushed with a violet and red color scheme, the Kansas Tech Jackals compete in the NCAA's Division II inside of the KCMO-based Mid-America Intercollegiate Association. The font used for the jersey numbers was Pronave Regular.

 

EXTRA SCRIPT LOGOS

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Here are the extra wordmarks I put together for the Kansas Tech Jackals.

 

EXTRA INSIGNIA/PRIMARY/ALTERNATE LOGOS

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Here are the extra insignia logos, and alternate logos for Kansas Tech, there's a special insignia logo with a violet and red gradient, and a mascot logo with a white outline to contrast a red background, an MIAA logo in Kansas Tech's colors, and a violet Under Armour logo, the shoe brand that Kansas Tech is partnered with.

 

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL UNIFORMS

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For baseball and softball, I put together a standard set of 4 uniforms with a white home, a gray road, a red home alternate and a violet road alternate.

 

FOOTBALL FIELD AND UNIFORMS

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I put together a home field with violet endzones for the Jackals, as well as a 6-piece football uniform set with a home, away, and all violet/white/red/black alternates. 

 

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And here is an alternate home field with black endzones.

 

BASKETBALL COURTS

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The Kansas Tech men's and women's basketball programs would play their home games at the on-campus Price Chopper Center.

 

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There's also an alternate black court for the Jackals.

 

BASKETBALL UNIFORMS

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As for the basketball uniforms, there's a 4-piece set with a white home, a violet away, and 2 red/black alternates.

 

SOCCER UNIFORMS

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We get on to the soccer set with has an interesting shoulder layout with a mascot logo on the left shoulder and then the conference patch on the right shoulder, with a red home kit and a violet away kit for Kansas Tech's soccer programs.

 

STADIUM LOGOS

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Each component of the Kansas Tech athletics program in this concept has their own on-campus home field with sponsored names. The baseball program plays at Braum's Field, the softball program plays at Buffalo Wild Wings Park, the football program plays at Pizza Hut Stadium, the basketball programs (M/W) play at the aforementioned Price Chopper Center, and the soccer programs (M/W) play at Hallmark Field. 

 

MIAA REALIGNMENT

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With Kansas Tech being added into the MIAA, the MIAA expands to 16 teams with the IRL departure of Lincoln (MO) who is going to the GLVC, and the IRL addition of Arkansas-Fort Smith, the MIAA in this fictional scenario also adds current affiliate member; Southeastern Oklahoma State as a full member to bring the conference up to 16 teams with 4 regional pods.

 

OZARKS: Arkansas-Fort Smith, Missouri Southern, Northeastern State, Pittsburg State

SOUTHERN PLAINS: Central Oklahoma, Newman, Rogers State, Southeastern Oklahoma State

KAW VALLEY: Central Missouri, Kansas Tech, Missouri Western, Washburn

NORTHERN PLAINS: Emporia State, Fort Hays State, Nebraska-Kearney, Northwest Missouri State

 

For baseball, current affiliate member Augustana would extend its affiliate membership towards baseball in the MIAA as a stand-in for Nebraska-Kearney in the Northern Plains pod, because Nebraska-Kearney does not sponsor a baseball program.

 

As for how the scheduling pods work, It tends to vary in each sport

 

FOOTBALL: Each team will play 3 in-pod games, and 6 random out-of-pod games

BASKETBALL: Each team would have 6 home-and-home games against in-pod opponents and 12 games against all non-pod opponents with rotating home and away games each year. 

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: Each team would play a 3-game series against in-pod opponents 3x (9 games) and a 3-game series against random out-of-pod opponents 5x (15 games) 

SOCCER: Each team would play 3-in pod games, and 5 random out-of-pod games 

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  • maxwasson changed the title to INTO THE 816-VERSE - Kansas City Reapers (NFL) + Kansas Tech Jackals (NCAA)
On 3/30/2024 at 11:52 AM, maxwasson said:

In this round of Kansas City Chiefs redesigns, Is one I've been wanting to do for a while now, this has the Chiefs changing their name to the "Reapers

 

This looks like an EXTREME 1990s team design. And I love it.

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2 hours ago, Coiler said:

 

This looks like an EXTREME 1990s team design. And I love it.

 

The logo is somewhat reminiscent of the Toronto Phantoms of the Arena Football League in the early 2000s.

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After a bit of a hiatus, I'm back with 2 redesign concepts for the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs, to round-out all the Chiefs designs in this series. 

 

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Starting off with a refresh of the classic Chiefs Arrowhead logo, this time with a slightly different Arrowhead design a red outline on the Arrowhead design, and a red and yellow "KC" insignia. 

 

EXTRA SCRIPTS AND INSIGNIAS

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And here are all the extra Chiefs scripts and insignias put together for this redesign.

 

FIELD AND UNIFORMS

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The new Chiefs field comes with a noticeably bigger Arrowhead than the one currently at midfield inside Arrowhead Stadium, and for the black uniform I made a special black Chiefs logo. 

 

EXTRA FIELDS

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I put together 2 home fields with yellow and black endzones, plus multiple Super Bowl fields (LIV, LV, LVII, LVIII, and LIX) with yellow and red endzones. 

 

Now on to the design #2, which swaps out the Arrowhead design for a dreamcatcher design

 

BRANDING

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I've had this idea for a little while, and I'm suprised no one's ever thought of a "dreamcatcher" design for the Chiefs before, but here it is!

 

FIELD AND UNIFORMS

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The dreamcatcher logo now takes up not only midfield, but also the area close to the north and south side of the 50-yard line, and just like with the Arrowhead refresh, there is a black version of the Dreamcatcher logo.

 

EXTRA FIELDS

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For the yellow Super Bowl endzones, I had to put together a "white" version of the dreamcatcher design to contrast with the yellow background. 

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  • maxwasson changed the title to INTO THE 816-VERSE - Kansas City Chiefs (Redesign) (NFL)

For this next part of the series we take a detour and head to Fort Worth, Texas! and wonder what if the Kansas City Royals had a Triple-A minor league baseball affiliate based in the Panther City?

 

 

BRANDING

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The color scheme and insignia logo were inspired by the Omaha Storm Chasers' What-If-Night, where they known as the "Omaha Cattlemen" for a game, I decided to ask the artist I commissioned to take the Cattlemen and put them in America's largest cowtown of Fort Worth, TX. The font used for the scripts was Roadstore Regular, and the mascot is a brahma, a traditional symbol of Fort Worth as can be seen in historic downtown or the city flag. 

 

EXTRA HOME SCRIPT LOGOS

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Here are the extra home scripts I designed for the Cattlemen, I also made some "Royals-style" scripts with the help of Struck Base. 

 

EXTRA ROAD SCRIPT LOGOS

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And here are the extra road scripts I put together for the Cattlemen.

 

EXTRA CAP LOGOS

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Here are the rest of the cap logos for the Cattlemen, I also made a few "Royals-style" cap logos with the font Century Schoolbook to try and replicate the Royals cap logo. 

 

UNIFORMS

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I put together 2 uniform sets for the Cattlemen, the first set pictured above is a standard 5-piece set with a white home, and gray road uniform, a light brown home alternate, a navy road alternate with a cap logo featuring the mascot and a "city edition" uniform that has the Fort Worth skyline on the jersey and a white cap that resembles the actual Omaha Cattlemen cap used during the promotion. 

 

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And for the second set it is Royals-themed, with a 4-piece set that mimicks the Royals home, away, powder blue, and blue alternates. 

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  • maxwasson changed the title to INTO THE 816-VERSE - Kansas City Chiefs (Redesign) (NFL) + Fort Worth Cattlemen (AAA)

Up next we have a companion concept to the Kansas City Dreamers NBA expansion concept I did last year, this time we head to Omaha, Nebraska and give the expansion Dreamers a G-League team there, the Royals already have a Triple-AAA team stationed there for years why not continue that partnership with basketball?

 

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For a team called the "Outlanders" the name, mascot, and color scheme were inspired by the hyenas from The Lion King. To basically keep that Disney theme going with the G-League squad. The font used for the scripts, insignias, and jersey numbers was Rogbold.

 

EXTRA SCRIPT LOGOS

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Here are the extra script logos I put together for the Outlanders

 

EXTRA INSIGNIA LOGOS

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And here are the extra insignia logos I put together for the Outlanders.

 

HOME COURT

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The Omaha Outlanders would share the 8,000 seat Baxter Arena with the University of Nebraska-Omaha for home games. 

 

UNIFORMS

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And for the uniforms I put together a 4-piece set with a white home, a gray away, and 2 alternates (lime green and black)

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  • maxwasson changed the title to INTO THE 816-VERSE - Omaha Outlanders (G-League)

We stay in Omaha for this one and imagine a world where not only where Sporting KC changes their name back to the Kansas City Wizards, but their minor league affiliate; Sporting KC moves to Omaha, Nebraska and becomes the Omaha Gnomes. 

 

BRANDING

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The logo for the Gnomes is obviously based off a garden gnome, a very dwarfish wizard, they share the navy and powder blue color scheme with the Wizards and the font Kelmscott is reused here.  The Gnomes would likely have to share a home field with the Omaha Storm Chasers of Minor League Baseball at Werner Park, as Omaha doesn't have a dedicated soccer stadium at the moment. The Gnomes would compete in the MLS Next Pro, MLS' Triple-A circuit.

 

EXTRA SCRIPTS AND INSIGNIAS

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Here are the extra scripts and insignias I put together for the Omaha Gnomes, there's not as many insignia logos with there only being one letter.

 

UNIFORMS

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The Gnomes' uniforms here are very similar to the parent club, albeit with a different jersey sponsor; The First National Bank of Omaha. 

 

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  • maxwasson changed the title to INTO THE 816-VERSE - Omaha Outlanders (G-League) + Omaha Gnomes (MLS Next Pro)

Interesting that we both posted our stuff 22 minutes apart…

 

But anyway, I like the idea of Gnomes being the minor league version of the KC Wiz, but I’m not a fan of the two teams having the same palette. If that’s a soccer thing I understand, but it still sets me off. Other than that, great concept man.

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12 hours ago, BlueMoon18 said:

Interesting that we both posted our stuff 22 minutes apart…

 

But anyway, I like the idea of Gnomes being the minor league version of the KC Wiz, but I’m not a fan of the two teams having the same palette. If that’s a soccer thing I understand, but it still sets me off. Other than that, great concept man.

 

That's how it is with the IRL Sporting KC II where they basically share the same color scheme with their parent club. 

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34 minutes ago, maxwasson said:

 

That's how it is with the IRL Sporting KC II where they basically share the same color scheme with their parent club. 

Ok then in that case I understand why you went that route. But is there a chance you could do one with a different color palette? The idea I'm going for is that the Gnomes were Omaha's professional soccer team in the USL instead of MLS Next Pro.

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2 hours ago, BlueMoon18 said:

Ok then in that case I understand why you went that route. But is there a chance you could do one with a different color palette? The idea I'm going for is that the Gnomes were Omaha's professional soccer team in the USL instead of MLS Next Pro.

 

I could've done that, but ironically that would've been too similar to the color scheme I chose for the Omaha Outlanders concept from earlier this week. 

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34 minutes ago, maxwasson said:

 

I could've done that, but ironically that would've been too similar to the color scheme I chose for the Omaha Outlanders concept from earlier this week. 

Oh I was thinking more of a purple-red-olive-green color scheme for the USL idea-

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I promised I would do a classic colors set for the rebranded Kansas City Wizards of the MLS, a few months ago in this series, and now I've finally come around to doing it, to officially close out all the soccer concepts in this series.

 

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For the classic colors set, I used a blue and black color scheme borrowed from the Wizards logo from 2007-2010, and four tertiary colors of yellow, red, green, and purple borrowed from the Kansas City Wiz logo from 1996. 

 

EXTRA SCRIPTS AND INSIGNIAS

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I also decided to design scripts and "KC" insignias with the four tertiary colors as well. 

 

UNIFORMS

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As for the uniforms, I decided to swap the layouts of the home and away uniforms, which allowed me to make a black away kit that resembles this one worn by the Wiz in 1996. (As posted by @VampyrRabbit

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