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The Violence of Names

The Beruga Empire is well known for Realism paintings and stamp culture.
Every people with the citizenship of the Empire owned stamp to prove one's identity.
There's an old saying, even the pigs carry stamp around in Beruga.
Stamps contained information like name, family name, and titles,
and its artistic expression made stamp culture to be acknowledged as one of the representative arts of Beruga.

Ironically, the stamp culture had bad influences in the arts.
In the Beruga Empire, the trend of the owners (not only artist) stamping the seal on the paintings was prevalent.