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Another Quiz Result Like Lady Vader's








Batman
Congratulations! You scored a super 68%!
Cool, calm and powerful. Whilst your actual super abilities may not be anything too dazzling, you have earnt the respect of both friends and enemies in response to your amazing fighting skills, strategic combat and experience. Luckily you have access to the greens which can fund all your majorly cool gadgets, vehicles and weapons! Also, you're reluctant but still accepting to the idea of having a teammate/side-kick, which just makes everything a whole lotta fun, doesn't it now! On the down side, you've probably suffered some sort of trauma at a young age (that's why we don't talk to the old man near the swings, kids). Similar to the Wolverine, your past is a base for your current motivation, undertaking some kind of personal vow in search of justice. All in all though, you're one tough nut. There's not a lot of people who have the minerals to go up against you, and you're experienced enough not to get cocky and let the little things like never finding happiness get you down!







My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:










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You scored higher than 72% on Heropoints

Link: The Which SUPER HERO are you Test written by crayzee69 on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the 32-Type Dating Test



This one is different, amazingly:








Pharaoh
You scored 55% Pride, 20% Envy, 30% Ambition, and 52% Deceitfulness!
You are Pharaoh, the “divine” ruler of Egypt. You are infamous for forcing the Children of Israel into brutal captivity in the land of Egypt. Because of your pride, you put your own people through 10 horrible plagues. Of course, you could have just let the Children of Israel go, and thereby, avoided all of the plagues, but your pride blinded you to this option. I can’t really blame you though, if I thought I was a god, I’d probably be arrogant too. You have also mastered the art of deception, and it’d be wise for people around you to know that you are not to be trusted. In the biblical story, you agreed to let the Israelites go 10 times, but went back on your agreement every time. That’s absolutely horrible, but it does make for a good villain. Other than that, you tend to be nice to your subjects when you don’t let your pride get in the way and you’re pretty laid-back for a ruler of what was once the greatest nation in the world.







My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:



















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You scored higher than 50% on Pride





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You scored higher than 9% on Envy





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You scored higher than 9% on Ambition





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You scored higher than 55% on Deceitfulness
Link: The Which Biblical Villain Are You Test written by MetalliScats on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the 32-Type Dating Test

Comments

LadyVader said…
*I* Wanna be the pharoh! *pouts*

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