Sunday, April 6, 2014
wewilltakewhatisours:

House Mallister of Seagard is one of the most prominent noble houses from the Rivelands. Seagard is a fortress built to defend the coast against the reavers from the Iron Islands, and dates from before the conquest. The Mallisters distrust the Ironborn.
Their blazon is a silver eagle displayed, over a purple field. Their motto is “Above the rest”.
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wewilltakewhatisours:

House Mallister of Seagard is one of the most prominent noble houses from the Rivelands. Seagard is a fortress built to defend the coast against the reavers from the Iron Islands, and dates from before the conquest. The Mallisters distrust the Ironborn.

Their blazon is a silver eagle displayed, over a purple field. Their motto is “Above the rest”.

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hero120499:

The sigil of House Mallister from George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” Series

hero120499:

The sigil of House Mallister from George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” Series

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Noble Houses of Westeros Picspam → House MallisterHouse Mallister of Seagard is one of the most prominent noble houses from the Riverlands, sworn to house Tully. Seagard is a fortress built to defend the coast against the reavers from the Iron Islands, and dates from before the War of Conquest. Their blazon is a silver eagle displayed, over a purple field and their words are “Above the Rest.”
Noble Houses of Westeros Picspam → House Mallister

House Mallister of Seagard is one of the most prominent noble houses from the Riverlands, sworn to house Tully. Seagard is a fortress built to defend the coast against the reavers from the Iron Islands, and dates from before the War of Conquest. Their blazon is a silver eagle displayed, over a purple field and their words are “Above the Rest.”
Friday, January 3, 2014

After getting sucked into the Song of Ice and Fire series of fantasy novels by watching HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” I became intrigued by author George R.R. Martin’s in-depth descriptions of each major character’s heraldry, and the ways in which their symbols seemed to establish a “brand” for each of the story’s families.

I hadn’t seen a design take on the sigils that I was fond of, and so a personal mission to craft an icon for each of them began. Of course, there’s hundreds of crests, so some lesser houses didn’t quite make the cut. Sorry Manderlys of White Harbor.

Thursday, December 19, 2013
drearforts:

Together they watched the little fire grow smaller as the burning boat receded in the distance. And then it was gone…drifting downriver still, perhaps, or broken up and sinking. The weight of his armor would carry Lord Hoster down to rest in the soft mud of the riverbed, in the watery halls where the Tullys held eternal court, with schools of fish their last attendants.

drearforts:

Together they watched the little fire grow smaller as the burning boat receded in the distance. And then it was gone…drifting downriver still, perhaps, or broken up and sinking. The weight of his armor would carry Lord Hoster down to rest in the soft mud of the riverbed, in the watery halls where the Tullys held eternal court, with schools of fish their last attendants.

msnlmtt:

My GoT Wallpaper collection. (2/3)

Monday, November 11, 2013

johnjennetteart:

HOUSES OF WESTEROS

After long last (and 206 different sigils) my Houses of Westeros is finally at an end! I told myself I’d stick to the one-a-day schedule, and I made it through; thank you all for sticking through it with me, liking, and reblogging! I plan on rounding out the collection, so more sigils may pop up here and there amongst other things. 

Thank you for following!

Monday, November 4, 2013 Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Thursday, September 19, 2013