Monday Meme – The RPG Class Test

26 05 2008

Mr President is a sad, sad man. This, of course, will come as no surprise to most of his regular readers. To be fair it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to new readers either. He talks in the third person for Christ’s sake, how much sadder can it get? Yet it does get sadder. You see, he likes RPGs. A lot. In fact there was a phase of his life where he obsessively played a MUD.

So a quiz all about RPG characters? He couldn’t resist the urge to take it. There’s always been something about assassins, the way they cling to the shadows and strike when you least expect, that’s appealed to him. They’re great characters to play too, in terms of the personalities they tend to have. Whether it’s a modern assassin of the Hitman variety, or the Assassins Creed type hunting with medieval weaponry, they’re just cool.

Although he didn’t actually skew his answers to get the result he wanted (Assassin), he could tell while he was doing the quiz that it was the most likely result. So you probably could “fix” the result you want. It’s also a little long, but not so long that you shouldn’t be able to get through it over a cup of coffee. Just don’t expect it to be instant gratification.

For those of you as sad as Mr President, he hopes you enjoy it. The rest of you…sod off.

Your Score: Assassin

55% Combativeness, 66% Sneakiness, 47% Intellect, 16% Spirituality

Violent and deceptive: You are an Assassin.

Score! You have a prestige class. A prestige class can only be taken after you’ve fulfilled certain requirements. This may mean that you’re an exceptionally talented person, but it probably doesn’t.

Skulking through the shadows… hunting their prey without remorse… Assassins are some of the most dangerous killers in D&D, and evil bastards to boot.

You’re not necessarily evil, but you are both violent and sneaky. Chances are you aren’t very honorable. Though who knows? You might have some noble goals, even if your methods tend to be… unorthodox. You might just be a Slayer of Domiel or something.

Link: The RPG Class Test written by MFlowers on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test
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26 05 2008
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Your Score: Arcane Trickster
48% Combativeness, 73% Sneakiness, 58% Intellect, 41% Spirituality

Brilliant and sneaky: You are an Arcane Trickster!

Score! You have a prestige class. A prestige class can only be taken after you’ve fulfilled certain requirements. This may mean that you’re an exceptionally talented person, but it probably doesn’t.

Arcane Tricksters combine arcane magic with rogue skills and sensibilities. They use their magic to confuse their opponents or to augment their more mundane, roguish skills. If you thought it was annoying keeping an eye that that rogue, the Arcane Trickster is probably picking your pocket from the other side of the room.

Both smart and sneaky, you’re probably the type of person that loves planning practical jokes… either that or knocking over banks.

Hmmm…I dunno about this one.

27 05 2008
Mr President

Why so? Seems ok to me…

20 09 2009
Michael

Smart Paladin

67% Combativeness, 33% Sneakiness, 59% Intellect, 67% Spirituality

Valorous! Noble! Or possibly just a self-righteous jerk (but with the brains to keep you alive!)… You are a Smart Paladin!
Paladins are holy warriors. They are valorous defenders of the light. Unfortunately, most of them are so ardent in their defense they tend to meet sticky ends faster than you can say “rampaging red dragon.” Many people look up to Paladins, while others just consider them stuck up, overbearing, or self-righteous.
Fortunately for you, unlike most Paladins, you’re pretty smart. Which means that you’re more likely to fall into the “admired” category, rather than the “obnoxious” or “dead” categories.
Much like the crusades, you manage to combine violence and religion, though unlike the crusades, you add a healthy does of intelligence. You may be a staunch defender of the faith, a valorous champion of the weak, or the stuff that jihads are made of. Which ever one you are, just be happy that you’ve got the smarts to back it up and make it work.

6 06 2011
JB

Here’s a test that’s similar but a bit more creative:
http://www.helloquizzy.com/tests/the-fantasy-rpg-class-test

My Result:
The Witch Hunter

13% Strength, 57% Bloodlust, 32% Intelligence, 43% Spirit, 23% Vitality and 18% Agility!

Savage and deadly, the Witch Hunters use their powerful dark magic to defeat their opponents. Masters of killing and torture, the Witch Hunters will seek out other powerful magic users to slay so that they can capture their souls and summon them in battle. These dark undead magicians will blindly serve them and obey their every command! Witch Hunters have also mastered both light and dark magic, which they can use to confuse and mentally torture their foes. Witch Hunters that have strayed to the side of light may be less proficient with their dark magic; however, they can use their mastery over light to heal and create powerful illusions. In fact, these warriors can use their light in ways that no other spellcaster class can. By combining their light with dark magic, they can trap their foes in worlds of illusion where they can torment and torture their foes. Oftentimes, a few moments within the illusion can seem like an eternity, and once an opponent manages to escape from the illusion they are broken and empty shells of their former selves. Controlling enemies and forcing them to do their bidding is no trouble for Witch Hunters.

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