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Inspired by the recent post on jesteros.

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Created with angelamaria's Icon Table Generator @ Bauble


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Oh wow! I'm stealing so, SO many of these! (FDR, Franklin, and Blake, for a start...)
Excellent! *considers stealing John Adams one*
Of course you would, 1776 fangirl that you are!

But we got Franklin in our house.
Awesome job on these! I especially like the Dali one.
Thanks. These are probably the most complicated icons I've ever made. I'm getting better w/ Photoshop.

I saw that pic of Dali & I was like, "I've got to use this one!"
Yes you're getting A LOT better, these are beautiful!
These are really nice. I'm considering stealing the Shakespeare one. :)
These are so awesome! I have no free icon spaces right now but I'm saving a bunch anyway because they're too good not to find a place for at least one or two of them.

I actually said out loud to myself in my empty room "OH MY GOD Alexander Hamilton is a Lannister!"
Ha, I love these! I'm stealing the Shakespeare one. And Luther and Byron. And... probably a bunch more.
These are so pretty! But I disagree with Genghis Khan, I think he was a Targaryen. He had an empire, he didn't only raid and do pillage. :P
Nah, I say Greyjoy. The Mongols were a lot better at conquering, raiding, and pillaging than they were at actual empire ruling. Their empire was huge, but it didn't last all that long. They were, however, very good at destruction & pillaging.
I agree. The Mongols are basically the Dothraki, and the Dothraki are the Ironborn on land.
Stealing the Kant one XDDD "The Starry Sky Above Me and the Moral Law Within Me" - I mean, that's totally Stark ;-)
Yeah, Kant's pretty much the Starkiest Stark in RL.
Nice! Cleopatra was SUCH a Martell. And I'm amused by Jesus of House Tully.
Question: why was Shakespeare a Tyrell? The artsiness?