Since medieval and old english projects are always in fashion, you should always have at least a Game of Thrones font on your collection. Game of Thrones, or GoT, was one of the most successful series ever created.
Dragons, knights and lots of fighting are a few of the basic elements of this world wide-known phenomenon.
So, it becomes obvious that the Game of Thrones fonts we’ve picked for this list are ideal for any medieval or fantasy design. No matter if you are a designer or a fan of the series, this top selection is for you.
Although there aren’t many GoT fonts out there, we’ve managed to gather the best 16. Since “winter is coming”, let’s find the best fonts before it does!
10 Best Premium Game of Thrones Fonts
From all the Game of Thrones fonts on the market, Hodor is by far our favorite. The typeface is clearly influenced by the magical GoT world and the kind giant named Hodor.
The bundle includes everything a designer needs, from characters and numerals to stylistic alternates and ligatures. All said, it is no wonder why Hodor sits at the first place on our list.
Our next suggestion is a beautiful font duo inspired by the queen of dragons. Although this isn’t an old-english, or medieval, font it has a retro and elegant character that makes it perfect for any project. This is why Daenerys is arguably one of the most flexible font duos out there.
It isn’t the first time that Kingdom is in one of our selections. In fact, when it comes to old english fonts, it simply doesn’t get better than this. Plus, Kingdom is a modern typeface that comes in two weights and offers extended multilingual support.
Mans Greback is a well-known designer that has created one of our favorite Game of Thrones fonts. First Reign is only one of the 6(!) typeface bundles that the creator offers. What we loved about First Reign in particular is that it comes with numerous borders, medieval icons and ornaments for you to experiment with.
If you’re a fan of the Wildlings in Game of Thrones, you will definitely love Norseman. This is a beautiful historic font with a touch of Scandinavian culture. The lowercase glyphs make this typeface even more beautiful and this is why Norseman easily made it on our list.
Throne is the only paintbrush Game of Thrones font on the list. Contrary to what many believe, a paint brush typeface can easily frame any medieval project, especially if it is so well-crafted. This all-caps font comes with all numerals, punctuations and multilingual support.
As with the First Reign font reviewed above, Fifth Reign is also part of the same font collection. The difference of this typeface is that it is clearly more discreet and lightweight than the First Reign font. Fifth Reign comes in 3 weights (thin, regular and bold) and includes numerous heraldic symbols.
Unlike Norseman, Sacred North is a decorative display font that is thinner and has a unique geometric appearance. Of course, it is influenced by Scandinavian history and for this reason is perfect for any relevant design. The package includes 208 unique characters, numerals and extended punctuation.
Can a Game of Thrones font be combined with a Christmas font for a unique result? Our next selection proves that it absolutely can! This is probably the best medieval holiday font we have ever seen. If that’s what you need, this font is for you.
Our last premium suggestion is pretty different, as it isn’t a Game of Thrones font per se. In fact, this is a bundle of 25 text styles that will allow you to transform any font into a beautiful typeface with medieval effects.
The bundle comes as in PSD and ASL formats allowing you to install it on your PC and graphic design software like Photoshop.
6 Best Free Game of Thrones Fonts
If you need a free font that will remind people of the official Game of Thrones font, this is by far the best choice. Keep in mind that this font is only free for personal use. Still, if you need to use it commercially, you can ask for a license.
What if you loved our first premium selection, but don’t want to spend anything for a personal design? If that’s the case, Hodor has you covered. In fact, this beautiful Game of Thrones font comes for free (personal use only) as well. This is also a great way to test the Hodor font before you decide to purchase the full version.
As one of the most popular old english fonts on the market, Rise of Kingdom needs no introduction. It is a pretty simple typeface that is also free for commercial use. This is why we consider it to be a must-have for every designer who is dealing with fantasy-related and GoT designs.
Lehengrin is one of our favorite Game of Thrones fonts for good reason. It is inspired by German Arthurian literature and reminds us of stories like that of King Arthur. It is free for both personal and commercial use and comes with uppercase and lowercase characters, numbers and punctuation.
Our next free selection is one of the best gothic fonts on the market. This is why it is extremely suitable for GoT-related projects. Unlike lohengrin, Pau the 1st is free only for personal use. The bundle includes all upper and lowercase characters and numerals.
Last but not least, we have Carta Magna, a beautiful font inspired by gothic literature and the Middle Ages in general. We love using Carla Magna for any historic design and there’s nothing this font can’t frame. Although this Game of Thrones font is free for personal use only, you can easily purchase a commercial license.