The Alignment Test

I turn out to be “True Neutral” in this Alignment test.

Via Sister Scorpion, this seemed like an interesting test. Here are my results:

True Neutral
56% Good, 42% Chaotic

Plane of Existence: The Outlands, “Plane of Concordant Opposition”. Description: The plane between all other outer planes.

Examples of True Neutrals (Ethically Neutral, Morally Neutral)

  • Mr. Spock
  • Linus Torvalds
  • Dr. Strangelove
  • Scott Evil
  • Batman
  • The Punisher
  • Switzerland
  • Canada

Not actively for or against anything. Has his or her own reasons for doing everything. Usually difficult to understand.

  • Will keep their word if in their best interest
  • May attack an unarmed foe
  • May use poison
  • May help those in need
  • May work with others
  • Indifferent to higher authority
  • Indifferent to organizations

True Neutral
“Balancer”

Some neutral [people] commit themselves philosophically to neutrality. They are of the true neutral alignment as described in Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.

A true neutral [person] sees good, evil, law, and chaos as prejudices and dangerous extremes. He advocates the middle way of neutrality as the best, most balanced road in the long run.

Some true neutral [people] actively support balance in the world, and seek to avoid having any one side, law or chaos, good or evil, become too powerful over them or anyone else, and will work against whichever side is the most powerful. They tend to side with the underdog in any situation, and are often opportunistic in their
actions.

True neutral is committed to the avoidance of extremes, and is non-judgmental.

Side-Note from Xan81:
Due to your Neutrality, I would really, really LOVE your feedback. Not that I don’t want feedback from members of the other alignments, but a True Neutral’s feedback is typically NOT emotionally, morally, politically, or socially charged. Please send me an email! I have it set to automatically email me when someone gets this score, so I know who you are 😉 True Neutrals are the classic, “I just don’t give a shit” alignment, and I fully understand if you don’t feel that you have any responsibility or obligation to sending an email/comment. Even if you did, I’m sure you’d have some difficulty in deciding what to comment about. But, I guess that depends on your tendencies 😀 —- Xan

Other Alignments and Tendencies (Tendencies are what you would more often sway towards; esp. for Neutrals):

Outlands

My test tracked 2 variables how you compared to other people your age and gender:

  • You scored higher than 27% on Good
  • You scored higher than 22% on Chaotic

Link: The Alignment Test written by xan81 on OkCupid

My response to the results: Who gives a shit about Internet quizzes!

Author: Zack

Dad, gadget guy, bookworm, political animal, global nomad, cyclist, hiker, tennis player, photographer

3 thoughts on “The Alignment Test”

  1. Ha! I actually never played as a Lawful-Good character back when I played D&D.

    Plane of Existence: Mount Celestia, “The Seven Heavens”. Description: Countless paladins and saints have ascended here. Notable Inhabitants: Angels and Devas.

    Examples of Lawful-Goods (Ethically Lawful, Morally Good)

    Superman
    The Tick (“Lawful Stupid”)
    Abraham Lincoln
    Sherlock Holmes
    Phileas Fogg
    Captain Picard

    A person with a lawful good attitude believes in the use of authority and rule of law to bring good to the greatest number of people. Her/His actions support the status quo and s/he uses systems and organizations to achieve good goals.

    S/He will keep his/her word and value truth.
    S/He will avoid the use of poison and use violence only when authorized to do so or in self defense.
    S/He may or may not be disciplined, organized, emotionally restrained, caring, compassionate, and peaceful, but s/he believes that these are admirable qualities.
    Respects law and order and is willing to suffer limitations on individual freedom for the benefit of the group.
    Puts moral principles before material considerations.
    The lawful good person will be a very faithful member of a group, but if the laws of the group clash with the ethics dictated by his or her moral alignment, the lawful good person will probably leave that group and look for a group more closely aligned with his or her ethics.
    The lawful good person is an active advocate of his or her beliefs.

    Lawful Good
    “Crusader”

    A lawful good [person] upholds society and its laws, believing that these laws are created to work for the good and prosperity of all. He is both honest and benevolent. He will work within the established system to change it for the better, and strives to bring order to goodness that other good-aligned [people] might pool their resources to better the world. A lawful good [person] combines a commitment to oppose evil with discipline. Most lawful good [people] live by a strict code of honor, or by the rules of conduct set down by their deity. They will generally selflessly act by these codes even at the cost of their own life.

    Lawful good combines honor and compassion for the innocent.

    A knight/paladin who always follows the orders of his superiors is an example of a lawful good [person].

  2. Neutral-Good
    62% Good, 46% Chaotic

    Plane of Existence: Elysium, “Blessed Fields”. Description: The plane of peace. Notable Inhabitants: Guardinals – noble immortal humanoids with bestial features.

    Examples of Neutral-Goods (Ethically Neutral, Morally Good)

    Mother Theresa
    Ghandi
    Sidhartha Gautama (the Buddha)
    Gandalf
    Bilbo & Frodo Baggins
    Samwise Gamgee
    Indiana Jones
    The Dali Lama
    Ben (O-Bi-Wan) Kenobi
    Luke Skywalker
    Harry Potter
    Hermionie
    Dumbledore

    Often goes along with the laws and desires of the group as being the easiest course of action, but ethical considerations clearly have top priority. May pursue quite abstract goals. Often aloof and difficult to understand.

    Will keep their word to others of good alignment
    Would not attack an unarmed foe
    Will not use poison
    Will help those in need
    May work with others
    Indifferent to higher authority
    Indifferent to organizations

    Neutral Good
    “Benefactor”

    A neutral good [person] will obey the law, or break it when he or she sees it will serve a greater good. He or she is not bound strongly to a social system or order. His or her need to help others and reduce their suffering may take precedence over all else. Neutral good [people] do good for goodness’ sake, not because they are directed to by law or by whim.

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