As a die-hard D&D player, you face a constant dilemma -- how to fill the lonely hours when you are not playing D&D! Sure, you've got your computer games like Neverwinter Nights, your best-selling novels set in D&D worlds, your fellow players with whom to chew the fat, and, of course, the many rule books and splat books to study in the john. But what about online? You've finished reading this blog, you've checked all the links on my home page, you've posted in all your message-board games, and your company firewall puts an unpleasant halt to your AIMing, IRCing, MUDing, and MOOing. What else can you do when work is knocking on your cubicle wall?
Well, in the interest of helping my lonely readers get through the day, here are some online quizzes to fill the void.
What D&D Character Are You? I am a Chaotic Good Elf Cleric, evidently.
What style of GM are you? Here are my not very flattering results:
Narrative GM: You like the sound of your own voice and you talk, talk, talk. Your game is rife with information -- usually more than necessary. Every detail is verbalized and you love adjectives.
What style of GM are you?
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What Dungeons and Dragons creature are you? Well, that's better!
Unicorn -- you love the woods and are very family oriented. You work during the day but are not easily found by those you don't want to find you. You always work towards good, and will use chaotic methods to achieve it. You are moralistic and have many hidden strengths.
What Dungeons and Dragons creature are you?
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And here's another like that: What Mythical Beast Best Represents You? I guess it must be true, since both polls agree!
You are the most universal mythical beast ever. Sightings of the unicorn have been reported from all over the world, even in modern times. Unicorns are pure and incorruptible. In China, unicorns symbolized gentleness, good will, and wisdom. Christianity links the unicorn with Christ. It is said that unicorns would only allow virgin girls to see them, let alone touch them. They were easily lured into fatal ambushes by a virgin with some poachers waiting for the unicorn in nearby bushes. A unicorn's horn was a highly prized possession, which was reputed to have great healing capabilities. With the touch of its horn, a unicorn could bring back a person who had been dead for several hours. But when separated from the unicorn's body, the magic was significantly reduced. The unicorn had the body of a horse, a unique spiraling horn, and a lion's tail. They were pure white in color.
What mythical beast best represents you? Take the quiz!
And here are a few trivia quizzes to test your knowledge:
Dungeons and Dragons Game History Quiz -- I scored a nine out of ten! Probably because I'm old enough to have lived through it all.
Dungeons and Dragons Monsters Quiz -- I scored a seven of ten ... where's that Monster Manual?
Dungeons and Dragons 3rd Edition Quiz -- I scored an eight of ten on this one. Yes, I included these links for bragging purposes.