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Postby Angelspit » Mar 19 2008, 20:10

Let's see if we can fill a list of the people below before the Heroes Community (I won't provide a link to prevent some copying).

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I'll go first:

39) Shirley Temple

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Postby Corribus » Mar 19 2008, 20:13

31 Bruce Lee

Edit: Only one at a time?
Edit2: Was this approved by the game nazi? :devious:
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Postby Angelspit » Mar 19 2008, 20:16

54: Napoléon

Whatever, and no. :D

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Postby Corribus » Mar 19 2008, 20:17

8 Audrey Hepburn
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Postby Corribus » Mar 19 2008, 20:35

Here's a running list as they are revealed.

1 Aristotle
2
3 Lenin
4 Bill Gates
5 Pele
6 Guan Yu (Romance of the Three Kingdoms)
7 Hitler
8 Audrey Hepburn
9 Beethoven
10 Mussolini
11 Saddam Hussein
12 Charley Chaplin
13 Henry Ford
14
15
16 Mike Tyson
17 Putin
18 Sigmund Freud (?)
19
20 Wyatt Earp or Theodore Roosevelt (?)
21
22
23 Sun Yat-Sen
24 Felix Mendelssohn (?)
25 Ramses II (?)
26
27 Slick Willy
28 Peter the Great
29 Charles de Gaulle
30 Margaret Thatcher
31 Bruce Lee
32
33 Francois Mitterand
34 Churchhill
35 Picasso (?)
36
37
38 Elizabeth II
39 Shirley Temple
40
41 Einstein
42
43 Stalin
44 Darwin
45 Karl Marx
46 Nietzsche
47
48 Elvis
49 J Robert Oppenheimer
50 Shakespeare
51 Mozart
52
53 Genghis Khan
54 Napolean
55
56
57 Abe Lincoln
58 Mao
59 Che Guevara
60 Castro
61 The Godfather (Brando)
62 Arafat
63 Julius Caesar
64 Goethe (?)
65
66 Marilyn Monroe
67 St. Christopher
68 Confucius (?)
69 Ghandi
70
71
72 Vincent van Gogh
73
74 Marcel Duchamp
75 Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
76 Michael Jordon
77 Salvador Dali
78
79 Luciano Pavarotti
80 Empress Dowager Cixi
81 Ariel Sharon
82 George W. Bush (?)
83 Bin Laden
84
85 Prince Charles
86 Kofi Annan
87 Hideki Tojo
88
89 Tokugawa (?)
90
91
92
93
94
95 Otto von Bismarck
96 Gorbachev
97
98 Mother Theresa
99
100
101 Dante Alighieri
102
bonus Houdini (?)
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Postby Kalah » Mar 19 2008, 20:36

Off the top of me head:

1 - Aristotle
3 - Lenin
5 - Pelé
7 - Hitler
11 - Saddam Hussein
12 - Charlie Chaplin
16 - Mike Tyson
17 - Putin
27 - Bill Clinton
28 - Peter the Great
29 - Charles de Gaulle
30 - Margaret Thatcher
34 - Winston Churchill
38 - Queen Elizabeth II
41 - Einstein
45 - Marx
51 - Mozart
57 - Abe Lincoln
58 - Mao
58 - Che Guevara
60 - Fidel Castro
61 - Marlon Brando
62 - Yassir Arafat
69 - Ghandi
85 - Prince Charles
95 - Bismarck
96 - Gorbatsjov
98 - Mother Theresa

The others will require thinking, and I don't think I'll bother :tongue:
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Postby Paulus1 » Mar 19 2008, 20:55

79. Luciano Pavarotti
86. Kofi Annan
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Postby berntie » Mar 19 2008, 20:55

I have to say, the portraits are drawn such that you never can be sure if you're correct.

04 Bill Gates
10 Mussolini
46 Nietzsche
63 Julius Cesar
83 Bin Laden

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Postby Paulus1 » Mar 19 2008, 21:04

53. Genghis Khan?
81. Ariel Sharon?
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Postby Corribus » Mar 19 2008, 21:05

Paulus1 wrote:53. Genghis Khan?
81. Ariel Sharon?

I was thinking that was Genghis Khan, too. I'll put it in.
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Postby Fenris » Mar 19 2008, 21:10

101 - Dante Alighieri
24 - might be Felix Mendelssohn
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Postby berntie » Mar 19 2008, 21:11

18 Sigmund Freud
64 might be Goethe

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Postby Kalah » Mar 19 2008, 21:47

Could 20 be Teddy Roosevelt? And that bonus thing looks a bit like Houdini.
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Postby HodgePodge » Mar 19 2008, 22:43

67. St. Christopher
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Postby Corribus » Mar 20 2008, 1:05

Kalah wrote:Could 20 be Teddy Roosevelt? And that bonus thing looks a bit like Houdini.


List updated!
I thought 20 might be Wyatt Earp. But since I'm not sure, I'll put Roosevelt in as a maybe.

Nice call, HP!

Berntie wrote: 18 Sigmund Freud

I thought that, too, but Freud wore very distinctive glasses.

Could 32 be Tchaikovsky?

82 Sort of looks like Bush, but why the telescope?
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Postby PhoenixReborn » Mar 20 2008, 2:58

47 Picasso

I'll throw my hat in with CH.

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Postby theLuckyDragon » Mar 20 2008, 6:52

66 looks like Marylin Monroe.

edit: and 72 like Van Gogh.
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Postby Avonu » Mar 20 2008, 7:26

3. Lenin
5. Pele
7. some wallpainter with Chaplin mustasche
10. Mussolini
11. Hussein
12. Chaplin
13. Henry Ford?
16. Tyson
17. Putin
27. Clinton
29. de Gaulle
30. Thatcher?
31. Bruce Lee
34. Churchil
38. Elisabeth II
41. Zweistein ;P
43. some Georgian poet
45. Marx?
48. Elvis
50. Shakespeare
51. Mozart
54. Napoleon
57. Lincoln
58. Mao
59. Che Guevara
60. Castro
61. Marlon Brando?
62. Arafat
66. Monroe
68 Confucius?
69. Ghandi
76. Jordan
79. Pavarotti
81. Sharon
82. Bush?
83. bin Laden
85. Prince Charles
89. shogun Tokugawa?
96. Gorbachev
98. Mother Teresa
101. Cezar?

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Postby Gaidal Cain » Mar 20 2008, 8:53

Fenris wrote:101 - Dante Alighieri


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Postby berntie » Mar 20 2008, 13:09

Corribus wrote:
Berntie wrote: 18 Sigmund Freud

I thought that, too, but Freud wore very distinctive glasses.

Always? Whatever, as I said before: You never can be sure about these portraits.

Corribus wrote:Could 32 be Tchaikovsky?

AFAIK, Tchaikovsky didn't play the trumpet...


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