Within the announcement of Daybreak Splitting into 3 Studios (Everquest being managed under Darkpaw Games), Holly Longdale mentioned that the studio will test selling EQ stuff on Amazon. https://www.everquest.com/news/darkpaw-games-producers-letter-2020 More than anything, we want to deliver on what players love and go even further. We are going to think outside the box a bit, so hold onto your tails!This month, we plan to sell a limited run of our EverQuest 20th and EverQuest II 15th anniversary shirts on Amazon. If it goes well, we’ll keep exploring official product ideas. We’ll send out links and details as soon as we have them! This is cool and I'll probably buy a couple shirts just to have them, but I tend to wear these types of things to bed, not outdoors. I still want to identify to other EQ players in the real world, just not in a way that requires I wear large branding. Personally, I prefer insider identification. Stuff that's only noticeable if you're in the know. Runners did this years ago with stickers on their cars that say "13.1" and "26.2" representing the mileage in half- and full-marathons respectively. The Harry Potter franchise capitalized very well on using the minimalist sign of the "Deathly Hallows" or the "Dark Mark" to allow fans to identify to one another. Star Wars fans have the Rebellion and Imperial insignia. With all the graphics and iconography in EQ, let alone all the simple text commands that people use constantly, I know there are cheap products that can be produced and used in the real world so that, walking through town, I might see a sticker on a laptop of a stylized Vengeful Taelosian Blood Axe with a server name on the handle.