It was the name of an anti-war group in Portland IOTL, not sure if it was used more widely than that / if @TheNixonator got it somewhere else. They were the folks behind the rally that McCall staged Vortex I to prevent (and the folks that George Atiyeh was accused of selling explosives to).This is an astoundingly good name for an American Carnation Revolution, gotta say.
How do you mean? I was more basing it on the Confederates, who put Roman Goddesses on their banknotes.That's an interesting one--implies some changes in the popular perception of Graeco-Roman mythology.
I refuse to accept that T'Vault is a real surname. That's the name of the British analogue of Lock-Up from Knight & Squire '66.
Mostly that Salacia is kind of a deep cut, so I thought her prominence indicated something.How do you mean? I was more basing it on the Confederates, who put Roman Goddesses on their banknotes.