Game Of Thrones Character Test…


Date: July 12, 2017

01) GoT Character Survey

“It is in difficult choices where character is both formed and revealed. This test will present you with 16 scenarios with difficult choices designed to reveal your character. Read each scenario and choose the option that best matches how you would decide to act given the circumstances.

The scenarios refer to familiar titles and places but should not be thought of in terms of current characters or situations. Think of them as having occurred 100 years in the past.

At the end, your responses will be assessed and a report will be generated. The report will contain one primary character and two secondary characters from the Game Of Thrones universe that you are most similar to.”

My Results

Primary Character: Davos Seaworth

“Nickname:The Onion Knight

Traits:Street Smart, Open Minded, Curious

Your primary character is Davos Seaworth. Some people say you’re the most honorable, brave and loyal person they know. You don’t naturally seek power nor prestige for yourself, but you’re a trusted right hand man for those in positions of power. You are the voice of reason to the people who lose their way and your counsel is valued and sought. You give honest advice even when it may not be well receive – you speak truth to power. You always seek to add to your knowledge and improve yourself.”

Secondary Character: Jeor Mormont

“Nickname:The Old Bear

Traits:Resolute, Fearless, Strong

Your secondary character is Jeor Mormont. You are strong and formidable. You are fearless in the face of adversity and face your problems head on. You are serious and respected by those around you because of your strong sense of loyalty, honor and duty. People trust you because you can be relied upon to keep your word and deliver on your promises. You don’t seek out power for your own enhancement, but serve and wield power for the benefit of all. You don’t suffer fools gladly and have a no-nonsense approach to life.”

Tertiary Character: Mance Rayder

“Nickname:King Beyond the Wall

Traits:Inspiring, Formidable, Pioneer

Your tertiary character is Mance Rayder. You are a charismatic, calm, and determined man with strong leadership qualities. You tend to rise quickly through the ranks of any organization you enter. You have good social and diplomatic skills, allowing you to collaborate with many different types of people. You have an honest yet stern persona which earns you respect and admiration of those around you. You are very trusting which can be your greatest weakness. You value freedom above all else.”

Interestingly done survey…

…This is a good grouping to be in.

My only real complaint, is that my honesty level was placed so low…I mean…I’m fairly confident it’s because I chose to eat the body…But still…Do Not Judge Me!…I was starving and freezing!…It was practical!…He didn’t need it anymore, anyway!

I would never result to cannibalism, except in an extremely extreme situation…and probably not even then…

Probably my decision to slip out the back door, when the king wants to burn down the city…Yeah, okay…I’m totally honest, but I’m not stupid!

It just feels wrong, that this sort of stuff counts against my “honesty” level…Especially when my honesty, is my most pronounced trait in real life.

Otherwise…I like the way my traits compare to those of the named characters.

I think Davos is the most fair character to liken me too…while Jeor is definitely another character I identify with [really, really liked and respected], but placing myself in his shoes is a bit too idealistic…Mance is a very interesting result…If I had to choose between the three, I think I’d have to go with Mance…In so many regards, he is me.

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