Banners are used on Wurstmineberg for symbolic and navigational purposes. For example, many Nether hub tunnels in the old world are marked with the tunnel owner's banner, and on 2021-06-10, when Wurstmineberg upgraded to Minecraft 1.17, @Fenhl started a tradition of marking special occasions and some new builds by decorating the two lantern posts on Zucchini's main street with banners. Known designs include:
The Karotterdam banner's shape is inspired by the flag and coat of arms of Rotterdam, with the red representing Nether landscape made of Netherrack, and the orange center representing both a river of lava in analogy to the Rotte river represented by the Rotterdam flag's white center, as well as the color of carrots. pattern
The Naron Benh banner is a rotated form of the flag of Wanya, the language in which the base is named. The banner was not used during @plyspomitox's time on the server, with them and @Fenhl instead opting to display both of their player banners side by side at the entrance of the project. pattern
Plain red and green banners are placed on buoys of the same color to mark them on maps. Inspired by the Canadian system, these buoys are red and triangular on the starboard side, or green and rectangular on the port side, when approaching a harbor.