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Character Template Character Template
Real Name
Current Alias

Augustus Freeman I-IV, Hero of Dakota, Arnus Prime, presumably many others




Partner of Rocket, ally of the Shadow Cabinet, formerly Underground Railroad, Union Army, U.S. Armed Forces

Estelle Freeman (wife, deceased), unborn child (deceased), Miriam Freeman (adoptive mother, deceased), adoptive brother (name unrevealed, deceased), adoptive sisters (names unrevealed, both deceased), Arnus II (clone), Amistad Augustus Ervin (godson)

Base Of Operations
Freeman Estate, Prospect Hills, Dakota City; formerly the planet Terminus, a plantation in the Deep South; Striver's Row in Harlem, New York City; Paris, France





Marital Status

Lawyer, superhero, celebrity; formerly mediator, slave, abolitionist, soldier

Law degree from Fisk University[1], received equivalent education in Cooperative law

An alien who crash landed on earth in 1800's and was was brought up as a human slave who eventually became a superhero.

Place of Birth

First appearance



In 1839, an alien starliner malfunctioned and exploded, and a jettisoned lifepod crashed in the middle of a cotton field in the American South.[2][3] The pod automatically altered the appearance of its passenger named Arnus to mimic the first sentient life-form who discovered him. That life-form was a slave woman named Miriam, who saw the pod crash land.[2] And so it happened that Miriam found inside a baby boy with her mother's eyes.

In the present, Arnus is still with us. He did not age visibly beyond adulthood; to disguise this fact, he periodically assumed the identity of his own son.[3] By the late 20th century, he was posing as Augustus Freeman IV, the great-grandson of his original human identity. Still marooned, Augustus waits for Earth's technology to catch up to his lifepod's.[3] Secretly possessing superpowers that belie his human appearance, he has always performed quiet acts of charity.[3][1] But one night, Augustus' house is broken into, and he uses his powers for the first time in decades, an action witnessed by Raquel Ervin.[2]

Raquel is an idealistic teenage girl who was born in Paris Island, the poorest, most gang-ridden neighborhood in Dakota. Her prospects seemed fairly bleak until a chance encounter with Augustus Freeman IV. After seeing him use his powers, Raquel persuaded Augustus to become a superhero named Icon, with herself as his sidekick, Rocket.

Augustus is portrayed as a very intelligent, somewhat stiff kind of person. Due to his upper-class job as a big time lawyer and "proper" way of speaking; is often criticized as being a "sell out" or "white washed". He usually prefers to do everything by the book instead of acting on instinct.[4] During the majority of his series, Icon mostly fought plain street criminals and those who gained powers from Dakota's Big Bang.

Powers and Abilities


Unique Physiology: Icon's lifepod altered his DNA so he would resemble a normal human being, thus enabling him to blend among Earth's natives. A side effect of this process was the maximization of his now human/alien genetic structure. Thus, Icon possesses a variety of superhuman abilities that are unusual even for a Terminan.[1]

  • Superhuman Speed & Reflexes: Icon possesses the ability to think, move, and react at superhuman speeds.[2]
  • Superhuman Stamina: Icon possesses highly efficient musculature which produces almost no fatigue toxins, granting him almost limitless stamina in all physical activities.
  • Flight: Icon flies by manipulation of gravitons, manipulation of magnetic fields, control of his absolute molecular movement, and utilizing his superhuman speed. Icon can fly far beyond supersonic speeds, but it is unknown if he can achieve nearly the speed of light.[2]
  • Enhanced Senses: Icon possesses superhuman senses of sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing.[6]
  • Enhanced Mental Perception: Icon possesses the ability to sense & comprehend things on levels that far exceed human capabilities.
  • Invulnerability: Icon seems to possess nigh-invulnerability, being capable of withstanding tremendous impact forces, high caliber bullets,[4] exposure to temperature and pressure extremes,[7] and powerful energy blasts without sustaining injury.[8] Icon's invulnerability has not been portrayed consistently. If he is not expecting an attack, he can be injured more easily. For example, in Icon #2, he sustains a bloody nose from getting hit in the face with the butt of a rifle that surprised him. After being injured by Payback[6], Icon began wearing alien body armor to grant him further protection.[9]. However, in a fight with Superman, he took numerous blows from the Man of Steel and was able to match his endurance.[10]
  • Accelerated Healing: Despite his nigh invulnerability to injury, it is possible to injure Icon. If injured, his body is capable of quickly repairing damaged tissue with much greater speed and efficiency that the normal human body.[6]
  • Energy Generation: Icon has the ability to generate and control a radiant energy based on positrons.[11] He can manipulate this energy for various effects.
  • Concussive Force Bolts: Icon can release positron energy from his hands as bolts of concussive force.[11] A low power force bolt can flick on a light switch[12] while a force bolt at maximum power can stagger Superman.[5]
  • Stun Bolts: Icon can project low-energy bolts that render human beings unconscious by disrupting the electrical impulses in their nervous systems.[13] Icon can also use these bolts like an electromagnetic pulse to overload electronic devices.[14]
  • Energy Enhanced Punches: Icon can focus positron energy into his fists, which he can then use to shatter virtually any substance.[14]
  • Energy Pulse: Icon can release all of his body's positron energy as a massive omnidirectional pulse of devastating power.[12]
  • Positron Field: Icon can detect the presence of Bang Babies within his vicinity by flooding an area with a field of positrons.[15] The field interacts with the invisible quantum well surrounding a Bang Baby, who then glows as he or she gives off mild gamma particles. Hence, Icon can use these fields to distinguish Bang Babies from other metahumans as well as normal humans

According to Icon, he possesses powers that all humans will possess once they evolve past their limitations.

Terminan Physiology

  • Decelerated Aging: Icon possesses extraordinary longevity, enabling him to age at a vastly slower rate than that human beings.[2] Hence, though centuries old, he appears to be no older than forty. Icon's lifespan is typical for a Terminan and the only power that is not the result of his genetic maximization.[16]


Expert Lawyer: Icon is among the Cooperative’s most celebrated mediators. He has extensive knowledge of the Cooperative legal system as well as decades of experience in his chosen field. Icon is an equally adept corporate lawyer due to his mediator background and a century’s worth of experience in American law.[3][1]

Master Combatant: Icon is also a formidable combatant, whose fighting skills rival those of Superman.[5][1] Icon is well trained in unarmed and armed combat, having fought in major conflicts ranging from the Civil War to World War II.[3][1] Some opponents underestimate Icon’s abilities since he tries to peacefully settle disputes before pummeling his foes.

Bilingual: Icon is fluent in English and Galactic Standard, the native language of the Cooperative.[11][14]

Strength level

Icon possesses vast superhuman strength, putting him almost in the same class as Superman.[5]



Icon wears a costume composed of alien materials that grant him further protection from projectile weaponry, energy beams, and intense heat or cold.[6] On his command, the Info Tool aboard his starship uses its Maker to construct Icon's costume over his civilian clothing (see Transportation).[17] When no longer needed, the costume is disassembled, converted back to energy, and stored in the structural files of his ship's Info Tool.


For interstellar journeys, Icon employs his personal starship that is a gift from the Cooperative.[12] Like all Cooperative vessels, Icon's starship is equipped with a faster-than-light drive that allows it to shift into the realm called Hyperspace. Within hyperspace, the speed of light is not a limiting factor and thus cannot prevent the starship from quickly traversing interstellar distances. Icon's starship is also equipped with cloaking technology that can render the vessel invisible to both the human eye and all forms of Earthly electronic surveillance.[18] When not in use, Icon stores his starship in his "garage," a hangar located beneath his mansion’s swimming pool.[18] The pool slides out of the way to provide easy entry or exit for the ship.

Icon's starship contains a range of highly advanced Cooperative technology. Two notable items are the Information Tool and the Maker.[19] Icon's starship is equipped with a local access system that links directly with the Information Tool or "Info Tool." The Info Tool is a computerized database of virtually everything anyone within the Cooperative knows. It even contains very detailed files on the cultures, languages, history and technology of Sol III (Earth) thanks to Icon's accounts of his life on the planet. The Info Tool acquires new information from written documents, verbal accounts, and visual data inputs. The database can even scan an item (organic or inorganic) and store its molecular structure within files called "software." Apart from storing and retrieving data, the local access to the Info Tool can also link to and control any computer-operated device or system. This includes Cooperative technology like the starship's Maker to terrestrial technology like phone lines or lights.[18]

Because of all the data it has accumulated over the millennia, the Info Tool is truly self-aware and even has a personality of sorts. The Info Tool relies on verbal inputs to receive commands to perform certain functions.[19] In terms of information retrieval, the Tool can respond either verbally or by displaying its findings via holographic imagers aboard the starship. The Info Tool remains in contact with Icon via a communicator hidden in his costume.[17] The communicator's maximum range is unknown.

The Maker is a molecular factory that can construct any physical item, molecule by molecule, from structural data files stored within the Info Tool. These data files are called "software" while the objects created by the Maker are known as "hardware."[19] The Maker operates by tapping the vast energies of the reactor for Icon's starship and converting them into matter used for the construction of hardware. The Maker can create any item, terrestrial or extraterrestrial, in a matter of seconds as long as its structure is on file within the Info Tool. These include medicines, machinery (e.g., vehicles), clothing, and even food.[19] The Maker can repair or modify constructed hardware by altering its molecular structure according to the whims of its user.

The Maker can also rearrange the molecular structure of items it did not create in order to change their appearance or function.[18] To do so, the Info Tool must first scan the structure of the object to be modified. For example, Icon employed the Maker to build the starship garage beneath his mansion's swimming pool.

Icon's starship has numerous projectors through which the Maker can construct hardware within the vessel.[19] To build an item outside the vessel, the Maker relies on a special probe mounted on the underside of the starship.[18] It is the probe that facilitates the Maker repairing or remodeling Icon's possessions over great distances. Icon has often employed this feature to repair any damage to his costume.[20]


  • Icon held conservative views on economic and social issues, which often put him in conflict with more liberal Milestone Comics superheroes, including Rocket. Under Rocket's influence, he eventually began re-evaluating his views.
  • Icon #1 announced a contest, where readers answered the question "Is this comic book about Augustus Freeman IV, marooned space alien, or Raquel Ervin, budding writer in a tough neighborhood, or both?" The winning letter, printed in Icon #9, was selected because it "captured the essence of the book. The ICON series is about both characters as seen through the eyes and told through the voice of Rocket."

Because of the superficial similarity of his powers and origin story, Icon was sometimes referred to as the "black Superman." The letters page in Icon #2 includes three letters making this reference. The dismissive editorial response begins, "I think the resemblance doesn't go much beyond Augustus being a 'strange visitor from another planet.'" In conclusion, "If the Hero of Dakota was in any way inspired by the Superman mythos, it was because RAQUEL was inspired, not any of US!".

  • Icon was nominated for three Eisners and is a three-time winner of Parents' Choice Award honors.


  • While he did not appear onscreen, Augustus Freeman was referred to several times in the Static Shock cartoon through the names of various centers and organizations, notably the Dakota-based Freeman Community Centre.

See Also

Recommended Reading

Links and References

  • Icon at Wikipedia
  • Icon at International Hero
  • Icon at the Museum of Black Superheroes


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Icon #25
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Icon #1
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Icon #8
  4. 4.0 4.1 Icon #2
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Icon #16
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Icon #3
  7. Icon #10
  8. Shadow Cabinet #0
  9. Icon #5
  10. Icon #15
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 Icon #6
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 Icon #36
  13. Icon #21
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 Icon #27
  15. Icon #20
  16. Icon #26
  17. 17.0 17.1 Icon #39
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 18.4 Icon #38
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 19.3 19.4 Icon #31
  20. Icon #41
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The Activation Index, the Key or Sacred Icon as the Covenant call it, is an object found in every Installation's Library. It is the key needed to activate the Installation, causing a reaction that will purge the galaxy of all sentient life. When inserted into the Core of the Ring, the Index activates the Installation's main weapon. It is confirmed that an Index cannot be used to activate any Halo besides the one it is found on.[1] The reason Alpha Halo's Index worked on the replacement ring at the Ark was because they were both Installation 04. This may be found in all of the libraries on all seven Halos.

John-117 noted in his debriefing of the Halo event that, if not for Cortana's intervention, he would have accidentally activated the weapon and destroyed all life in the galaxy. Halo’s main weapon exists primarily in case the Flood manage to escape containment and spread their infection to other planets. Only one firing of the rings occurred, at the close of the Forerunner-Flood War.



The purpose of the Halo Rings is to destroy all sentient life in the galaxy, the Flood's food source, so that the Parasite would starve to death. The rings are also used to house the Flood and keep them contained. The Index is vaguely 'T'-shaped, with a faint green glow emanating from a stripe on each side. (In Halo 2, the Index not only glows green, but it also glows a blue color.) The object seems to be merely a digital storage device containing the software or access codes needed to activate the rings, as shown when Cortana activates the second Installation 04 with the Index stored in her memory. The "Sacred Icon" is first seen in Halo: Combat Evolved where, with the help of 343 Guilty Spark, John-117 located and attempted to activate Halo, but was stopped just before inserting the key by Cortana. Cortana then begins to argue with 343 Guilty Spark about the course of action to take concerning the Flood. After John-117 breaks up their argument, Cortana explains to him the true function of Halo.

The Index appeared again in Halo 2, although it was for Installation 05. In an effort to stop the High Prophet of Regret from activating Delta Halo, Commander Miranda Keyes proceeded to the Installation's Library to acquire the Index. In the course of obtaining the Index, she and Sergeant Avery J. Johnson lost it to Tartarus and his Brutes when they were ambushed by Thel 'Vadamee. Tartarus then took the Sacred Icon to the Hierarchs, and the High Prophet of Truth ordered Tartarus to activate Halo and initiate the Great Journey. Knowing he needed a "Reclaimer" (human) to activate the Forerunner installation, he took Keyes to Delta Halo's Control Room where he attempted to force her to activate the ring. He was interrupted by Thel 'Vadamee's return, and after 'Vadamee's attempt to convince Tartarus that the Prophets had betrayed him, he forced Keyes' hand into the Index to activate it. Tartarus is then killed by Thel 'Vadamee and Johnson, and Commander Keyes was able to pull the Index out of the Control Room. This act put the Halo Array on standby mode, allowing them to be activated from Installation 00.

During the Battle of Installation 00, John-117 and Thel 'Vadam discovered a newly constructed Alpha Halo. The duo saw this as a solution to destroy the Flood on the Ark, and John-117 recovered Cortana from High Charity, where she revealed that she had Alpha Halo's Index in her memory banks. The Master Chief, the Arbiter, and Cortana proceeded to the new Halo's Control Room, activating the installation and destroying the Flood, the new Halo, and possibly the Ark.

The Index of Installation 05 was last known to be in the possession of Commander Miranda Keyes.

It is called "The Key" by the Gravemind in his lecture to the Chief and Thel 'Vadamee: "There is still time to stop the Key from turning", although with his manner of speech, it is not clear whether he was directly referring to the Index as "the Key", or just using a metaphor.

Other Purposes

The Terminals scattered within Halo 3's campaign levels entail that the Index may, apart from activating the Halos, be a record or copy of the life-forms that existed at the time of the Halo's first activation. The Librarian states that she is in the process of Indexing all life forms, and that she is close to "saving them all". This could be taken as meaning the Index contains a copy of all sentient life forms' DNA, which would, in a sense, save the individual by preserving them beyond their death. This could also explain why an Index takes time to fabricate: the DNA of all sentient life-forms may need to be re-collected for a new Index to be made, which would take much time. However, it would likely take a fraction of the original indexing time as the location of all sentient life is already known, making collection of samples rapid and efficient.

It could also be speculated that the Index must therefore be used to correctly fire the Halos as it contains a record of all the species which Halo must target. The Monitors state that the Flood can only be stopped by starving them of sentient hosts; the Index, with its compilation of all sentient life in the galaxy, could instruct Halo to target them in the event of activation.


  • The Index looks very similar to a symbol of Norse mythology called "Thor's Hammer" the name of Thor's hammer is MJOLNIR which is the same name of the armor that a Spartan-II wears.
  • Cortana physically picks up the Index, although her hologram is not solid. This may have something to do with the fact that it is a computer related object, though this is never stated in-game. It is more likely that Cortana was using a computer-generated image of the Index to prove her point.



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The icon key sorted by categories.

Icons are symbols on a player's map (minimap or world map) representing certain buildings and locations.


World map icon key

A Key button.

The World map key is on the lower left side and when clicked, displays a grey list of icons. In this list are icons for specific locations within the game. Clicking on any of the entries in the key list will show yellow circles flashing in the world map, indicating the location for the particular icon. The key list can be sorted in 3 different ways:

  • Alphabetical
  • Categorised
  • Traditional

Note that icons within underground areas will NOT appear on the World map.

Key list

Icon key Category Location and notes
File:Gstore.PNG General store Shop/Trading Most towns
File:Sword shop icon.png Sword shop Shop/Trading Varrock, Keldagrim, The Grand Tree, Taverley and Burthorpe.
File:Magic shop icon.png Magic shop Shop/Trading Nine shops, some located in Varrock, Port Sarim, the Void Knights' Outpost, Wizards' Guild, and the Mage Arena.
File:Axe shop icon.png Axe shop Shop/Trading Warriors' Guild, Port Sarim, Lumbridge
File:Helmet shop icon.png Helmet shop Shop/Trading Barbarian Village, Relleka.
File:Bankicon.PNG Bank Shop/Trading Most large towns, and some mini games. One above ground in the Wilderness.
File:Questicon.PNG Quest start Game Features Various places, mostly on continental Gielinor and centred in towns and cities; especially dense in Ardougne and just east of White Wolf Mountain.
File:Amulet shop icon.png Amulet shop Shop/Trading Brimhaven
File:Miningicon.PNG Mining site Resources Various places, mostly outside of towns and cities.
File:Furnaceicon.PNG Furnace site Facilities Various towns and cities.
File:Anvil icon.png Anvil Facilities Various places, generally in towns and cities. Two in the Wilderness.
File:Combat training icon.png Combat training Facilities Lumbridge Burthorpe, Varrock
File:Dungeonicon.PNG Dungeon Game Features Many places, extremely dense in Gu'Tanoth. None in Morytania.
File:Staff shop icon.png Staff shop Shop/Trading Varrock
File:Platebody shop icon.png Platebody shop Shop/Trading Varrock, Ardougne.
File:Platelegs shop icon.png Platelegs shop Shop/Trading Al Kharid
File:Scimitar shop icon.png Scimitar shop Shop/Trading Al Kharid, Ape Atoll
File:Archeryicon.PNG Archery shop Shop/Trading Varrock, Rimmington, Keldagrim, Catherby, Lletya, the Dwarven Mines, beneath White Wolf Mountain, Void Knights' Outpost
File:Shieldshopicon.PNG Shield shop Shop/Trading Falador, Keldagrim
File:Altar icon.png Altar Facilities Many places, mostly in continental Gielinor. Only three on islands - one on Entrana, one on Tutorial Island, and another on Ape Atoll. None in Morytania with the exception of the Nature Grotto. Fairly evenly placed inside and outside towns.
File:Herbalist icon.png Herbalist Shop/Trading Taverley, Entrana, Nardah, Miscellania
File:Jewellery shop icon.png Jewellery Shop/Trading Port Sarim
File:Gemshopicon.PNG Gem shop Shop/Trading Keldagrim, Falador, Ardougne, Al Kharid
File:Craftingicon.PNG Crafting shop Shop/Trading Keldagrim, Rimmington, Al Kharid, Ape Atoll
File:Candle shop icon.png Candle shop Shop/Trading Catherby
File:Fishing shop icon.png Fishing shop Shop/Trading Lumbridge, Port Sarim, Catherby, Rellekka, Miscellania and Etceteria, Witchaven, and the Fishing Guild
File:Fishing spot icon.png Fishing spot Resources Many places which border water. Often placed in clusters, such as in Catherby and in the Fishing Guild in Hemenster.
File:Clothes shop icon.png Clothes shop Shop/Trading Several places. Mostly minor towns such as Canifis. The only three in large cities are in Keldagrim and Varrock.
File:Apothecary icon.png Apothecary Facilities Varrock, Warriors' Guild
File:Silk trader icon.png Silk trader Shop/Trading Ardougne, Al Kharid. Keldagrim
File:Kebab seller icon.png Kebab seller Shop/Trading Al-Kharid, Polnivneach, Keldagrim
File:Beericon.PNG Pub/bar Shop/Trading Many places, mostly in towns and cities. Also mostly in continental Gielinor, with only a few on islands - three in Karamja and one in Mos Le'Harmless
File:Maceshopicon.PNG Mace shop Shop/Trading Falador
File:Tannery icon.png Tannery Facilities Al Kharid, Crafting Guild, Ranging Guild, Neitiznot, Canifis and Varrock
File:Raretreeicon.PNG Rare trees Resources Anywhere that contains Teak, Mahogany, Maple, Yew, or Magic trees.
File:Spinningwheelicon.PNG Spinning wheel Facilities Barbarian Village, Lumbridge, Falador, Seers' Village, Sophanem, Neitiznot, and Tree Gnome Stronghold
File:Food shop icon.png Food shop Shop/Trading Canifis, Keldagrim, Sophanem, Ardougne Cooking Guild, Port Sarim, and Tree Gnome Stronghold
File:Cookery shop icon.png Cookery shop Shop/Trading Yanille, Cooking Guild, Tree Gnome Stronghold
File:Minigame icon.png Minigame Game Features Many places
File:Watersourceicon.PNG Water source Resources Many places
File:Rangeicon.PNG Cooking range Facilities Many places
File:Skirt shop icon.png Plateskirt shop Shop/Trading Al-Kharid
File:Potter's wheel icon.png Potter's wheel Facilities Draynor Village, Relleka, Barbarian Village, Crafting Guild, Ardougne
File:Windmill icon.png Windmill Facilities East of Draynor, West of Varrock, and North of Ardougne, Zanaris, Harmony Island
File:Mining shop icon.png Mining shop Shop/Trading Dwarven Mines, Keldagrim
File:Chainmailicon.PNG Chainmail shop Shop/Trading Falador
File:Silver shop icon.png Silver shop Shop/Trading Keldagrim, East Ardougne
File:Fur trader icon.png Fur trader Shop/Trading Varrock, Rellekka, East Ardougne
File:Spice shop icon.png Spice shop Shop/Trading Ardougne
File:Agility training.png Agility training Facilities See: Agility
File:Vegetable store icon.png Vegetable store Shop/Trading Two in Miscellania
File:Slayer master icon.png Slayer master Facilities See: Slayer
File:Hairdressericon.PNG Hairdresser Facilities Falador
File:Farmingpatchicon.PNG Farming patch Facilities Many places
File:Makeover mage icon.png Make-over mage Facilities South-east of Falador
File:Guide icon.png Guide Facilities Lumbridge (and many other places as of an update in October 2006)
File:Transportation icon.png Transportation Facilities Just about anywhere
File:Portalicon.PNG POH portal Game Features Rimmington, Taverley, Pollivineach, Rellekka, Brimhaven and Yanille
File:Farming shop icon.png Farming shop Shop/Trading Four next to various Farming patches
File:Loom icon.png Loom Facilities South of Falador, and in Tirannwn
File:Brewery icon.png Brewery Facilities Port Phasmatys, Keldagrim (not seen on map due to its underground location.)
File:Dairy churn icon.png Dairy churn Facilities Most farming-related places
File:Realestateicon.PNG Estate agent Facilities Varrock, Seers' Village, Falador and Ardougne
File:Saw mill icon.png Saw mill Facilities Varrock lumberyard
File:Shortcuticon.PNG Agility shortcuts Game Features Many places
File:Woodstumpicon.png Woodcutting stump Facilities Neitiznot
File:Holidayevent.gif Holiday events Game Features Only appears where holiday events take place.
File:Achievmentdiary.PNG Achievement Diary start Game Features Currently in Lumbridge, Falador, Fremennik Province, Karamja, Seers' Village and Varrock.
File:Summoning Obelisk icon.png Summoning Obelisk Facilities Taverley, Gu'Tanoth, Nature grotto, Brimhaven, Isafdar, Piscatoris Fishing Colony, and the Kharidian Desert
File:Summoning Shop icon.png Summoning store Shop/Trading Taverley, Gu'Tanoth, and the Nature grotto
File:Grand Exchange icon.png Grand Exchange Shop/Trading North-west Varrock
File:Pet Shop icon.png Pet shop Shop/Trading Taverley and Yanille
File:Small Summoning Obelisk icon.png Mini obelisk Facilities All over Gielinor
File:Sandpit icon.gif Sand pit Resources Dorgesh-Kaan, Entrana, Relleka, Yanille, and Zanaris
File:D&D icon.png Distractions and Diversions Game Features Edgeville (Balthazar Beauregard's Big Top Bonanza), Ardougne Zoo (Penguin Hide and Seek), and Observatory (Shooting Star) - see Distractions and Diversions Locations for more information
File:Armband icon.png Armband makeover Facilities Keldagrim
File:Beacon minimap.png Fired Up Beacon Facilities 14 locations along the Wilderness border and River Salve
File:Tools for games shop icon.PNG Tools for Games shop Shop/Trading Al Kharid

Minimap icon table

This concise icon table is useful when a player wishes to identify an icon on the minimap. It is sorted alphabetically from left to right, top to bottom.

Icons Icons Icons Icons Icons
File:Amulet shop icon.png Amulet shop File:Achievmentdiary.PNG Achievement Diary start File:Shortcuticon.PNG Agility shortcuts File:Agility training.png Agility training File:Altar icon.png Altar
File:Anvil icon.png Anvil File:Apothecary icon.png Apothecary File:Archeryicon.PNG Archery shop File:Spice shop icon.png Spice shop File:Axe shop icon.png Axe shop
File:Bankicon.PNG Bank File:Beacon minimap.png Fired Up Beacon File:Brewery icon.png Brewery File:Candle shop icon.png Candle shop File:Chainmailicon.PNG Chainmail shop
File:Clothes shop icon.png Clothes shop File:Combat training icon.png Combat training File:Cookery shop icon.png Cookery shop File:Rangeicon.PNG Cooking range File:Realestateicon.PNG Estate agent
File:Craftingicon.PNG Crafting shop File:Dairy churn icon.png Dairy churn File:D&D icon.png Distractions and Diversions File:Dungeonicon.PNG Dungeon File:Farming shop icon.png Farming shop
File:Farmingpatchicon.PNG Farming patch File:Fishing shop icon.png Fishing shop File:Fishing spot icon.png Fishing spot File:Food shop icon.png Food shop File:Fur trader icon.png Fur trader
File:Furnaceicon.PNG Furnace site File:Gemshopicon.PNG Gem shop File:Gstore.PNG General store File:Grand Exchange icon.png Grand Exchange File:Guide icon.png Guide
File:Hairdressericon.PNG Hairdresser File:Helmet shop icon.png Helmet shop File:Herbalist icon.png Herbalist File:Holidayevent.gif Holiday events File:Jewellery shop icon.png Jewellery
File:Kebab seller icon.png Kebab seller File:Loom icon.png Loom File:Maceshopicon.PNG Mace shop File:Magic shop icon.png Magic shop File:Makeover mage icon.png Make-over mage
File:Minigame icon.png Minigame File:Mining shop icon.png Mining shop File:Miningicon.PNG Mining site File:Small Summoning Obelisk icon.png Mini obelisk File:Pet Shop icon.png Pet shop
File:Platebody shop icon.png Platebody shop File:Platelegs shop icon.png Platelegs shop File:Skirt shop icon.png Plateskirt shop File:Portalicon.PNG POH portal File:Potter's wheel icon.png Potter's wheel
File:Beericon.PNG Pub/bar File:Questicon.PNG Quest start File:Raretreeicon.PNG Rare trees File:Sandpit icon.gif Sand pit File:Saw mill icon.png Saw mill
File:Scimitar shop icon.png Scimitar shop File:Shieldshopicon.PNG Shield shop File:Silk trader icon.png Silk trader File:Silver shop icon.png Silver shop File:Slayer master icon.png Slayer master
File:Spinningwheelicon.PNG Spinning wheel File:Staff shop icon.png Staff shop File:Summoning Obelisk icon.png Summoning Obelisk File:Summoning Shop icon.png Summoning store File:Sword shop icon.png Sword shop
File:Tannery icon.png Tannery File:Tools for games shop icon.PNG Tools for Games shop File:Transportation icon.png Transportation File:Vegetable store icon.png Vegetable store File:Watersourceicon.PNG Water source
File:Windmill icon.png Windmill File:Woodstumpicon.png Woodcutting stump File:Armband icon.png Armband makeover


  • The General store icon (File:Generalstoreicon.PNG) was changed to (File:Gstore.PNG) on 8 May 2007, perhaps to clarify that they only sell empty pots, no pots of flour.

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The Icon was a fishing boat on Dorumaa owned by Drac Gerrat. A local Nus Whale could easily eat it whole.

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Up to date as of January 31, 2010

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Icon is an organization in Paragon City that helps heroes "get a new look" by letting them attain new costumes and edit old ones.


Icon can be found in three zones in Paragon City. It is marked on the maps in all cases. One location is in the north west corner of Steel Canyon, due west of the Boomtown gate. While this is the lowest level zone an Icon can be found in, it is not necessarily the safest for a low level hero to get to, as it is on the far side of the zone from the Yellow Line.

A second Icon can be found in Independence Port, due west of the Kings Row entrance. This one is often easier for low level heroes to get to, as all they must do is cross Kings Row, and then a quick run to Icon, usually with only one or two spawn sites to dodge.

A third Icon can be found in the south east corner of Founders' Falls. Some people find this one to be the easiest for low level heroes to get to since the introduction of a Pocket D entrance. After exiting Pocket D, a hero can jump into the water and swim south down the center of the canal. They then swim under the last bridge, swim east, and then climb out onto the road and cross the street into Icon.

Head Tailors

Carson can be found in charge of the Founders' Falls Icon.

Lauren heads up the Independence Port Icon.

Serge works his magic at the Steel Canyon Icon.

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