They won’t be able to remember the sensation of being young and feeling the whiplash of puberty without remembering that every mystery animal, every beautiful and exotic creature they ever knew, used to hide behind a big-eyed, snouted skull.
The most well-known symbol of Faction Paradox was their ceremonial armour, and in particular their skull masks.
Faction Paradox members occasionally wore their armour in battle, and always wore it to diplomatic meetings. The armour typically purported to be made from the skeletons of Great House agents from a timeline where they lost the war against the Yssgaroth, and were tainted by it. This irritated the Houses not only because it was an emblem of their failure, but because the Houses insisted that alternative timelines did not exist at all. (PROSE: Armour)
Particular cliques and Cousins often used variants armour. The Military Wing in the Eleven-Day Empire used simpler armour which left the face clear, apparently taken from a different species. (PROSE: Armour) Cousin Belial wore a tusked, mammoth-like headpiece. Cousin Shuncucker wore armour which she claimed came from a leviathan. (AUDIO: Movers)
In the late 18th century, a mask fell into the hands of the Service, who kept it in their private collection. The Royal Society frequently requested they be allowed to scientifically examine the mask, but they never got a chance to do before it was lost circa 1799. (PROSE: The Reliquary, This Town Will Never Let Us Go)