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What "alignment" are you?
Posted 1/30/15 , edited 2/9/15
So, the people of Crunchyroll, I have a question. What alignment are you?

Also, I'd like to clarify that I am not, or have ever been a fan of Dungeons and Dragons. I just like the the concept they have of good/evil/neutral. In fact, I didn't even know it was Dungeons and Dragons thing until about ten minutes ago, so yeah. ^^

That being said, here's the test!

http://www.pa.msu.edu/~aaronson/alitest/aintro.html

And I am...

Posted 1/30/15
You are 19.4% Good.
You are 30.8% Lawful.

Alignment: Lawful Neutral


You act in accordance with law, tradition, and your personal code. Order and organization are paramount. You are a clear thinker, careful, and calculating. You keep your promises. You may believe in your own personal code or standard, or you may favor a strong, organized government that provides order for all.
You are the stereotypical “Judge.” You are reliable and honorable without being a zealot.
Examples of charactersand people who fit into the same alignment as you include Robert Peele, Robocop, Percy Weasly, sports referees, and the “cop just doing his job.”



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Chaotic Neutral. I've taken variants of this test in the past, and prefer the more broken-down versions.
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You are 41.7% Good.
You are 23.1% Lawful.
Alignment: Neutral Good

lol that went better than expected
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You are 52.8% Good.
You are 30.8% Lawful.

Alignment: Lawful Good

I am not a goody two-shoes. I'd argue that I'm closer to lawful neutral than lawful good.
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You are 30.6% Good.
You are 23.1% Lawful.
Alignment: Neutral Good
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99.9% pretentious bad ass
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19 / M / The Bay Area, CA
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Posted 1/30/15
Neutral good. I believe in good, but am neither for or against authority. And I'm a little chaotic, too.
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You are 16.7% Good.
You are 10.3% Chaotic.
Alignment: True Neutral


You do whatever seems like a good idea at the time. You don't feel any strong inclination towards good vs. evil or law vs. chaos. Some may say that you lack conviction, while others might admire you for your capability of remaining unbiased. You likely prefer good versus evil in society, since good people tend to make better neighbors and rulers, but you are not personally committed to upholding good in any abstract or universal way.
You are the stereotypical “Balancer.” You act in a way that is natural to you without prejudice or compulsion.
Examples of charactersand people who fit into the same alignment as you include Linus Torvalds, Dr. Strangelove, Scott Evil, Mr. Spock, and the nation of Switzerland.

Seems right. I thought my Chaotic would have been a bit higher though. I am only really concerned with being lawful insofar as it doesn't land me in jail or get me fined, I have no moral attachment to it though.
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You are 25% Good.
You are 7.7% Chaotic.
Alignment: True Neutral
Posted 1/30/15 , edited 1/30/15
Lots of questions with none action I'd take. I went for the closest.

1: I'd tell the lady the cat will come down when it's hungry. Tell her to go buy sardine.

2: Walk over to a member of staff and tell them it's their fault for leaving something fragile in the way.

3: I'd have been prepared for such things by buying my own tv or connecting my computer screen.

4: White box testing comes before deployment in programming so that's not a situation I'd find myself in. My colleague wouldn't be terminated at this stage.

7: Find the nearest hotel and sleep there as I'd be drunk and would lose my license if a cop caught me sleeping in the car.

8: Move to the winning country.

10: If it's something important to me then over 30mph above limit. Else if it's a mere interview there's no sense risking my license for it.

Mix answer 11: Tell him it's mine then fight over it. After I win the fight I give it to him.

12: Fix the chair and desk myself if in a good mood. Else inform the person in charge and leave the class until the problem is sorted.

14: I wouldn't wait. I'd grab a damn chair and throw it at them.

15: Those who need that kind of secret wouldn't be a friend. Nothing close to my answer this time.


Another page. I'm out.

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Posted 1/30/15 , edited 1/30/15
Did I break it? Or am I broken?



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Alignment- Null
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55.6% Good.
17.9% Lawful.
Alignment: Neutral Good
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You are 8.3% Good.
You are 5.1% Lawful.
Alignment: True Neutral


You do whatever seems like a good idea at the time. You don't feel any strong inclination towards good vs. evil or law vs. chaos. Some may say that you lack conviction, while others might admire you for your capability of remaining unbiased. You likely prefer good versus evil in society, since good people tend to make better neighbors and rulers, but you are not personally committed to upholding good in any abstract or universal way.
You are the stereotypical “Balancer.” You act in a way that is natural to you without prejudice or compulsion.
Examples of charactersand people who fit into the same alignment as you include Linus Torvalds, Dr. Strangelove, Scott Evil, Mr. Spock, and the nation of Switzerland.
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