Which Famous King or Queen Are You?

How would you rule a country? See which historic ruler you are most like and find out!

Johan Beornson The Ist
On Jul 15, 2014

Do you identify as Male or Female?

What would be given precedence in your kingdom?

A subject comes requiring your aid. Do you hear them out?

You have captured a traitor. What do you do?

You discover an "uninhabited continent". What must happen first?

Time to celebrate! What type of party do you throw?

You are to be married, but it is pre-arranged...

Which of these animals would be on your royal seal?

What do you want your legacy to be?

And finally... Do you Conquer? or Prosper?

Henry VIII

Henry VIII

Stubborn and hot-headed, you are Henry VIII (1491 – 1547)! You're life is a train on a one-way track, and you're the sole conductor! Few things can stop you from accomplishing your goals, and you tend to either bring others with you or bowl right through them - depending on how attracted you are to them. After all, if you have a shortcoming - it is your flirtatious nature and weakness for physical beauty. Either way your will shall be done! King from 1509 to 1547, Henry VIII split the Church of England from Rome, leading to rise of Protestantism in England. He also managed so dissolve the monasteries.

Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria

Intuitive and progress-driven, you are Queen Victoria (1837-1901)! Yours is a mind fixated on the future and build for expansion. A true visionary, you put your active imagination and tendency to daydream to good use through practical applications. You're quite the rare mix of thoughtful and tech-savvy. Queen from (1837-1901), Victoria was the longest reigning monarch. During her reign, Britain was transformed into a modern industrial nation, and the British Empire spread across the globe.

Queen Elizabeth I

Queen Elizabeth I

Independent and pensive, you are Queen Elizabeth I (1533 – 1603). You're a solitary individual, but not of a malicious sort. You are completely content waiting for the right person to come along, and until then prefer your own thoughts to anyone not worth your time. Queen from (1558 to 1603), Elizabeth was known as the Virgin Queen,as she remained unmarried. Under Elizabeth’s reign she largely avoided the descent into religious strife. She also rallied her navy, before the famous defeat of the Spanish Armada when England looked vulnerable to invasion.

Richard I

Richard I

Chivalrous and charming, you are Richard I – The Lionheart (1189-1199)! A natural leader, you were born to rule - not just forced into it. Others flock to your magnetic personality, and are swooned by your genuine charm. You are not only a gifted leader, but one who leads by example, a rare feat. Richard I was a crusading King who gained fame for his chivalry, courage and indefatigable spirit. He earnt the respect of his great enemy Saladin through vast crusades, sweeping the entire continent of Europe.

King Alfred

King Alfred

Strategic and formidable, you are King Alfred (849 – 899)! A natural born warrior, you are always the first to act and have made a habit of coming out on top. Others respect you for your intellect, but would follow you regardless based simply on your physical prowess. (King- 871 to 899) Alfred was King of Wessex, but during his reign, he was able to unite different areas of England and move the country towards greater unity. He had a rare combination of being a formidable warrior – defeating the Vikings, and also being a scholarly and educated man.

Catherine The Great

Catherine The Great

Passionate and artistic, you are Catherine the Great (1729-1796)! You are an incredibly creative individual who values human expression above all else, and have a tendency to surround yourself with interesting and unique individuals. For you, art is not only a tool for expression but a necessity to human nature. Catherine was one of the greatest political leaders of the Eighteenth Century. Catherine the great was said to have played an important role in improving the lot of the Russian serfs. She placed great emphasis on the arts and helped to cement Russia as one of the dominant countries in Europe.