Long night on the computer tonight. One doesn't know how One got to the end One is at now, but will include details. There are some treasures that readers may enjoy.
One is "Lord" Malignance through no bestowment of title or bloodline. One is LORD Malignance because One has Taken the title, as a Villain is wont to do. As is the ancient custom of land conquest, what is taken is held until it is taken away. Thus it is with the Colorado Holdfast, and my title as Lord.
So, One went on a journey of Heraldry and Signet rings. While One may by ancient tradition claim Lord as title of conquest and land holding, one may not claim Heraldry, without registering with any number of societies in these states. To claim a Heraldic honor that One has not earned would be dishonorable and bring disgrace upon myself. One has pretensions - HUGE pretensions as a Villain and as a megalomaniac, but things of value that are bestowed or earned, lose their intrinsic value if they are fraudulent, and you know it. These protected assumptions would also include a Crest and a Coat of Arms. If you should have lineage to such claims - learn of it's history, preserve, and respect it. It is ancient and valuable in the best of ways.
Of course, if a Great Battle was to be fought, a worthy battle, then Coats of Arms might be worthwhile as earned in conflict and hard fought sacrifice. But there are none worthy to provide such challenge. There is always those crazy Micronations. The Vulture and other Evil creatures would be worthy on a Coat of Arms.
However, One CAN claim a motto, and there is a fine tradition to call upon. Some resources;
Traditional Family Mottoes in Latin
List of Latin Phrases
Google Translate. The secret is to translate to Latin, and then translate back to English and see if your translation holds up. You should actually pay for a Latin Scholar to proof your translation before you spend money. Dog Latin is a serious problem.
Definition and origin of the word "Villain"
The Colorado Seal
The Great Seal of Colorado
The State of Colorado
Dexter Signet Rings
From these links and some time, One was able to translate "Victory for Villainy!" as closely as possible to "Nam triumphos de impiis!" which comes out as closely to "For Triumphs of the Wicked!".
You can pick up a cool "Order of the Dragon" signet ring- the ring type which might have been worn by Vlad Tepish on Ebay for $86 + S&H. But the Order of the Dragon was a Christian Order with specific rules about membership, though apparently, impalement was overlooked... Curiously enough, the Bathory family retained the Coat of Arms after the Order faded away. Blood Countess?
Up WAAAAY too late. But, some Evil work done.
Nam triumphos de impiis!