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Cast from a solid disk of carvanium, the backing of the cross is inlaid with a decorative inner ring of bronzium that features glyphs representing the infinite power of dark might. The circlet’s center is dominated by three massive onyx shards carved from the claws of the predatory graul of Dantooine. The deeply burnished “jewels” represent the three insoluble Orders of the Brotherhood. The Anteian stands apart from the other "traditional" crosses of the Brotherhood in that it pays homage to the origins of the word from its namesake’s culture. "Cross", in the old Anteian dialects, literally translates into Basic as “joining of three”.
Recipients of this award have shown consistent and dedicated service to one’s Battleteam or House by having displayed a greater than average amount of activity over a period of several weeks that included participation in several projects, events or competitions.
These medal upgrades are no longer in use, but are preserved here for posterity.
|2||Antei Cross w/ Token of the Shroud||AC-ToSH|
|3||Antei Cross w/ Token of the Dark Star||AC-ToDS|
|4||Antei Cross w/ Token of the Shadowlands||AC-ToSL|
|5||Antei Cross w/ Token of the Star Chamber||AC-ToSC|
|7||Antei Cross w/ Ring of Ferran||AC-RoF|
|10||Antei Cross w/ Ring of Tiamat||AC-RoT|
|15||Antei Cross w/ Ring of Okemi||AC-RoO|
This award was originally called the Star of Eos (abbreviated as SE), before becoming Star of Antei (StA). Before that, it was two separate awards, the War Cross (WR), awarded for gaming related activity (at the time Sith or Obelisk activity), and the Bronze Scroll, awarded for fiction related activity (at the time, Krath activity).