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Your Score: Evil Genius


70% Evil, 55% Intelligence, 70% Common Sense



Evil Genius is a rather enigmatic character who has mastered most forms of technology and used it to further his own ends. He desires to wrestle control of the universe away from the Supreme Being by stealing a map of the universe and exploiting its hidden flaws. Once he has accomplished this, he seeks to re-create everything in his own image, using technology as the cinch-pin of his idea of the universe.

Evil Genius earns high marks in evilness due to his iron-fisted rule of his underlings (who enjoy it). He has a moderate intelligence rating due to his understanding of technology and the many applications it potentially has, and he also earns a moderate rating in common sense for his strategizing to achieve his goals.

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Evil Genius: When I have the map, I will be free, and the world will be different, because I have understanding.
Robert: Understanding of what, master?
Evil Genius: Digital watches. And soon I will have understanding of videocassette recorders and car telephones. And when I have understanding of them, I shall have understanding of computers. And when I have understanding of computers, I shall be the Supreme Being! God isn't interested in technology. He knows nothing of the potential of the microchip or the silicon revolution. Look how he spends his time: forty-three species of parrots! Nipples for men!
Robert: Slugs.
Evil Genius: Slugs! He created slugs! They can't hear, they can't speak, they can't operate machinery. If I were creating the world, I wouldn't mess about with butterflies and daffodils. I would've started with lasers, eight o'clock, day one.

Source of Overlord: Time Bandits (Movie)

Link: The Evil Overlord Test written by veqhturi on OkCupid, home of the The Dating Persona Test


I'm not sure how I can be an evil genius with such low intelligence but the movie was directed by Terry Gilliam so maybe that explains it...

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