What Fictional City Should You Actually Live In?
You're right at home in a simpler place and a simpler time. Sure, there's a lot of betrayal and intrigue and incest and murder, but for the most part, everyone is allowed to live their lives however they see fit (So long as they don't cross the Lannisters).
If it's a laid-back, sunny place you seek, look no further than beautiful Sunnydale, California. With beaches, malls, and smoothie shops as far as the eye can see, Sunnydale is the perfect place to kick back and unwind. Just don't go out at night.
You're drawn to the sprawling metropolises from comic books. There's something appealing about all the people and industries found in big cities, and if that comes with a little crime, so be it. At least the superheroes will protect you.
You're obviously looking for someplace quaint and friendly... the sort of place where everyone knows your name. If wizards are your kind of people, Hogsmeade is your kind of place.
You're looking for something new. And by new, I mean really, really old. You've always been drawn to the sea, so why not live there? What's the worse that could happen? (Giant squids, giant sharks, underwater volcanoes, god's wrath, etc.)
You're pretty happy with your life right now. You're living the American dream, so why not live it in one of the most traditionally American cities? If you're looking for a change, but not a drastic one, look no further than Springfield.
You're definitely forward-looking. When you think about where you will live, you think about the future, and everything it might bring. Should something terrible happen, like the collapse of society, it'd be best to be somewhere set up for it.
You're looking for something beyond terrestrial restraints. If you're trying to defy gravity, the best place to do it would be Bespin. While you're there, say hi to the Baron Administrator, Lando Calrissian.
You're looking for something off the beaten trail. WAY off. The further you can be from the hustle and bustle of modern society the better. I mean, it's the whole reason you took this quiz in the first place, right?