Dragons Alternate Logo
The Seattle Dragons of the XFL have had a long and storied history with their alternate logos. The first logo, introduced in 2019, was an aggressive dragon head with a large “S” on its forehead. The colors were green and blue to represent the city of Seattle. This design quickly became popular among fans as it represented both strength and energy while still being uniquely representative of the team's home city.
In 2020, when the XFL announced that they would be returning for another season after their brief hiatus in 2021, they also unveiled a new alternate logo for the Seattle Dragons: A fierce-looking dragon wrapped around an “X” instead of an “S” like before. This new look was meant to symbolize not only power but also unity amongst all teams competing in this league by having every team use some form of an "X" within their respective logos or uniform designs. Additionally, this updated version featured more vibrant shades such as yellow which gave it even more life than before while still keeping those original core elements intact from its predecessor; making sure that fans could continue to recognize them without any issues whatsoever!
Finally, earlier this year (2021) yet another update came out introducing one final iteration into what is now known as 'The Dragon Series'. It features two dragons facing each other across what appears to be flames between them - suggesting competition - along with brighter colors such as orange & red mixed into both sides giving off even stronger vibes than ever before! All these changes combined make up one truly unique visual representation for everyone who follows or supports Seattle's beloved football franchise no matter where they are located throughout the world today!
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A side view of a green, blue and red dragon breathing red fire.