This quiz based somewhat loosely on the 9 alignments defined in D&D. Leave your answers in the comments and I will get back to you with the results!
1. What are your feelings on charity.
- I donate to respectable organizations. I think it is better to attack the problem at its source.
- I give whatever I can spare money, clothes, food, shelter, even employment if possible
- I believe in survival of the fittest
- I donate only when it is of benefit to me
- I believe in the adage “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime” Help in such a way that it promotes independence.
- It is the responsibility of those who have to help those in need.
- I go out of my way to harass the weak and less fortunate. I do not like useless people.
- I do not wish to see others suffer and will help when possible but I am primarily focused on my own survival.
- I give to both charities and individuals frequently. I want to help out however and whenever I can.
2. Is man good or evil?
- Where there is light, there is also darkness.
- Man is fundamentally good but requires guidance and structure.
- There are all kinds of people in this world.
- Man is opportunistic and parasitic by nature.
- Man is essentially good.
- Man is good but easily confused.
- Man is easily corrupted.
- Man is self-serving and erratic.
- Good and evil are social constructs, man is part of nature.
3. Pick One
- Curious and curiouser still
- Playful and creative
- Volatile and mean-spirited
- Responsible and sincere
- Disciplined and traditional
- Calculating and ambitious
- Narcissistic and shrewd
- Open-minded and friendly
- Practical and aloof
4. How is your temper?
- I am rational and even-tempered
- I hold grudges and plot revenge
- I never forgive a slight
- I am a little moody but forgive and forget quickly. Humor helps!
- I rarely get angry and favor peaceful resolutions
- I have a very violent temper
- I am easy to annoy and when I am pissed I am a real handful
- I keep a tight reign over my feelings.
- I am very slow to anger, compassion and mutual respect are vital in relationships.
5. Let’s talk about friends/family (f/f)
- I am sensitive and put others before myself. F/F are everything.
- People come and go it is important to value them while they are a part of your life. I only burn bridges if it is necessary/unavoidable.
- I only value those relationships that are conducive to my success, all others are expendable.
- I raze bridges to the ground. I do not play nice with others.
- I have had the same friends for many years. Loyalty is very important to me.
- I come first in any relationship as long as they recognize that they can be of service.
- I have a difficult time with relationships and tend to be a loner. However, I do value greatly those relationships I manage to forge, however, fleeting they may be.
- F/F are my top priority. My relationships end on amicable terms I do not desire to burn bridges.
- Relationships can be a distraction, I do not enter them lightly but once committed it is for life.
6. How would you describe your moral stance?
- I live by a code that others may consider unethical. I like order.
- I only obey those laws which I find convenient or beneficial
- I follow my heart and while that sometimes puts me at odds with society my intentions are good.
- I frequently find myself at odds with society. I go my own way. I believe in chaos.
- I take things as they come.
- I strive to be a good person and to do good in service of others.
- I am interested only in sating my own desires and impulses. I live for the rush.
- I live by a strict code of ethics and believe firmly in hard work and discipline.
- I believe in honor and duty. I have a strict moral code.
7. Let’s talk prison systems
- Prisons should focus on rehabilitation.
- I believe in capital punishment. Prisoners need to be punished for the crimes not rewarded/coddled.
- Taking away a person’s freedom is punishment. Focus on rehabilitation and reintegration with society. If they have meaningful work when they get out they are less likely to return.
- Prisons should focus on discipline.
8. What is worth fighting for?
- My values, my family, my country. That said I prefer a non violent approach to conflict resolution.
- I prefer the laws of nature, to the laws of man. I fight in order provide for my family.
- I fight for power, wealth and position. I will do whatever is necessary to achieve my goals.
- I fight for the preservation of order, tradition, and law.
- I will destroy anyone who gets in the way of my objectives.
- Manipulation and persuasion are the best ways to fight. I prefer not to get my hands dirty.
- Personal Freedom