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What Kind Of Person Are You Actually?

In the 1970s, Gary Gygax sat down to figure out a system that would categorize the moral composition of every possible person. What he came up with was the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons alignment test, and it applies to literally everyone.

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  2. "Freedom over all."
    “Go with honor."
    “Good can only come of evil."
    “To thy own self be true."
    “Not through strength, but through cunning."
    "Ever Skyward.”

What Kind Of Person Are You Actually?

You got: Lawful Good

Your actions are motivated by compassion and a sense of duty. You rarely do anything for your own benefit or gain, but rather in service of others. Notable peers: Hermione Granger from Harry Potter, Superman, Liz Lemon from 30 Rock, Leslie Knope from Parks and Rec, and Lord Crawley from Downton Abbey.

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You got: Neutral Good

You are guided by your conscience, rather than any formal laws or traditions. You may occasionally break the rules, but it’s generally in service of the greater good. Notable peers: Jake the Dog from Adventure Time, John Smith from Disney’s Pocahontas, Wonder Woman, Albus Dumbledore from Harry Potter, and Glenn from The Walking Dead.

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You got: Chaotic Good

Everything you do is for the greater good, but you feel like needless bureaucracy often gets in the way. You’re trying to make the world a better place, but you really need to do it your own way. Notable peers: Daryl Dixon from The Walking Dead, Ron Swanson from Parks and Rec, Captain Malcolm Reynolds from Firefly, Hagrid from Harry Potter, and Jimmy McNulty from The Wire.

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You got: Lawful Neutral

You’re motivated by tradition and you strongly believe in law and order. You put a lot of faith in process, and you’ll often follow orders without questioning them, as long as it doesn’t cause you to act immorally. Notable peers: Andy Dwyer from Parks and Rec, Argus Filch from Harry Potter, Sam Eagle from The Muppets, Lana Kane from Archer, and Spock from Star Trek.

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You got: True Neutral

You don’t feel strongly about much of anything. Frankly, you can take or leave a lot of things in your life. You’re mostly guided by instinct, rather than conscious decision. Notable peers: The Dowager Countess from Downton Abbey, Severus Snape from Harry Potter, Hodor from Game of Thrones, Doctor Manhattan from Watchmen, and Commissioner Gordon.

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You got: Chaotic Neutral

You follow your own rules, often in direct contradiction to the law of the land. You’re not beholden to traditions, and you believe strongly in freedom, regardless of how it is obtained. Notable peers: Aladdin from Disney’s Aladdin, Draco Malfoy from Harry Potter, Lumpy Space Princess from Adventure Time, Sterling Archer from Archer, and Gollum from Lord of the Rings.

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You got: Lawful Evil

You believe strongly in law and order, but only because you recognize possible exploits for your own gain. You don’t care much about the rights of others, and you’re not above throwing others under the bus to get what you want. Notable peers: Cersei Lannister from Game of Thrones, Gustavo Fring from Breaking Bad, Professor Umbridge from Harry Potter, Malory Archer from Archer, and Stringer Bell from The Wire.

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You got: Neutral Evil

You see others as a means to an end. You only make friends and allies temporarily, and will turn on someone in a second if you can see a way to gain from it. You don’t really go out of your way to cause harm to others, but you don't really go out of your way to prevent it either. Notable peers: Voldemort from Harry Potter, Councilman Jamm from Parks and Rec, Miss Piggy from The Muppets, Gaston from Beauty and the Beast, and Littlefinger from Game of Thrones.

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You got: Chaotic Evil

You have no respect for rules or people. You’re just in it for yourself, and anyone or anything that comes in your way gets destroyed. You’re fiercely independent, and you hate taking orders from anyone. Notable peers: King Joffrey from Game of Thrones, The Balrog from Lord of the Rings, The Angels from Doctor Who, The Joker, and Bellatrix Lestrange from Harry Potter.

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Correction: A previous version of this quiz accidentally displayed a symbol some found offensive. The symbol has been replaced.

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