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Yuugiou Duel Monsters Personality Test



1. When fighting someone your method is:

I try to stay away from fighting.
Desperate; I know I can't win, but I'll try to do something....
Physical; pure strength to overcome obstacles.
Mental; if your opponent is too terrified to fight, then you win.
Strategic; thinking through each move, controlled, planned force.
Ruthless; I will sacrifice all, and let nothing distract me from what I have to do.
Calm; I analyze the situation and act with precisely the needed force.
Honest; I can only believe in myself, and that my cause is good.
Confident; my skills are naturally superior, and I donít hesitate to use them to their utmost.
Underhanded; manipulating circumstances to influence your victory.
Cheating; outright falseness, a knife to the back in the darkness.
Mocking; Iíll laugh at their insecurities, letting them know at the beginning that they have no chance.
Cruel; my goal is to torment and destroy. Victory is only a part of that.



2. Would you manipulate others for personal gain (and to their ultimate suffering)?

Yes; such a thing is second nature.
Yes; though my reasons are not entirely selfish - I would control anyone if it would benefit family/loved ones.
Maybe; only if no one would be really hurt by it and it would help others too.
No; I don't think that's very fair.
No; I have no need to. I can accomplish my goals without tricks.
No; people arenít useful enough to keep around that long.
No; even if I wanted to, I lack the ability.
No; unless I was specifically ordered to, and even then the act is distasteful.
No; it would be pointless. Iím the only person strong enough to benefit myself.
Yes; if people are foolish enough to trust, then itís their own fault for being duped.
Yes; what other purpose do people exist for? Their lives are more useful this way.
Yes; and itís so much fun....
No; itís a cruel thought to be able to use others so selfishly....



3. Would you sacrifice an acquaintance for your own benefit (resulting in serious injury/death/severe other problems for the sacrificed)?

Yes; people exist only to be used by me.
Yes; though I hardly have what I would consider acquaintances. From the beginning, those I surround myself with I will use.
Yes; easily. It's not my fault they trust me.
Yes; my friends are more important than anyone else, though I might regret the necessity.
Yes; it would not be my first choice, but I will sacrifice anything for my family.
Yes; my family is more important than anyone else, though I might regret the necessity it would not deter me.
Yes; I'm more important than anyone else, though I might feel a little bad about it.
Yes; but only under dire circumstances (to save my own life).
Yes; but only to save the lives of more than one.
No; but that's only because I have none I would consider acquaintances. I separate myself from all.
No; no one should have to suffer for my sake.
No; the idea of such selfishness is abhorrent.
No; I would sacrifice myself instead.



4. Would you sacrifice a friend/close family member for your own benefit (resulting in serious injury/death/severe other problems for the sacrificed)?

Yes; friends and family are only tools. A tie of blood is of little importance.
Yes; people who believe me their friend are fools. From the beginning I would use them.
Yes; but only under dire circumstances (to save my own life).
Yes; but only to save the lives of many.
No; no one should have to suffer for my sake.
No; the idea of such selfishness is abhorrent.
No; but that's because I have no friends to sacrifice. If I did, I easily would for my goals.
No; I would easily sacrifice myself instead when I can see there is no other option.
No; I would risk anything for family. Friendship has little worth to me.
No; even if I feel that I can't do anything, I would risk everything for those I love.
The thought of it would never even occur to me.
I would refuse to believe that such a sacrifice would ever be necessary, despite any evidence to the contrary.
No; others might think so, but everything I do is really for the sake of my family.



5. Would you sacrifice an enemy for your own benefit (resulting in serious injury/death/severe other problems for the sacrificed)?

Yes; such an action is natural for me.
Yes; the thought of doing otherwise would never occur to me.
Yes; for what other purpose do they exist for? If I didn't kill them, they'd just come back again!
Yes; and it's damned fun. Especially when they're particularly arrogant before their fall.
Yes; I was fair to them, and if they still stand against me their safety is obviously of no import to them. Justice is very important, after all.
Yes; and I would be fairly amused watching their fall, though if they hurt me or mine severely, I would want serious revenge.
Yes; but only under dire circumstances (to save my life). It would only be fair.
Yes; because my family is more important. They tried to harm me, why should I put them over those I love?
Yes; because sometimes sacrifices are necessary in order to advance. If it should save others, then I would see little problem.
Yes; but I would not be cruel. There is little point in causing extra pain to anyone.
No; it wouldn't be fair at all - why should I judge someone else so carelessly?
No; not even an enemy should suffer for me.
No; I'd even risk myself to try to save them.



6. Are you cruel to others (physically and/or mentally)?

Yes; I enjoy causing as much suffering as possible to all other people.
Yes; though it would not distract me from my entire goal, such momentary entertainment is welcome.
Yes; it's only what they deserve.
Yes; everyone should suffer as I have suffered.
Yes; but only when they have caused me or mine some definite harm.
No; I'll protect who I care about, but I hate pointless cruelty.
No; at least, not intentionally.
No; even enemies deserve their share of respect.
No; I might laugh at their idiocy, or point out their flaws - but that's not really being cruel, only truthful.
No; I would never cause more harm than I have to, no matter the situation.
No; I might seem cruel, but people don't matter enough to me for me to bother.
The thought would never even occur to me. I'm confused when I see it in other people.
I can't stand cruelty in others, so how could I allow it in myself?



7. How important to yourself are you?

I am the only thing important to me.
I've lost all reason to care about other people, so of course I'm the most important.
I am the most important person; others are only important so long as they are useful to me.
I put myself first... but I have people who are as important to me.
The protection of those I care about is the most important thing; once that is assured, all I need is myself.
I think very highly of myself, but I would be lost without the support of those close to me.
I pretend that I care for no one else, but there remain a few people who are dear to me, even though it may never seem like it.
I care more for my family, but I'm content with myself too.
I put others before myself, but I like who I am.
I don't have much confidence in myself; I put my friends first, and they make me feel special.
Other people define who I am; without others I have no real purpose.
I'm only important when I'm helping those I care about.
I'm really not sure... it depends on the situation.



8. Would you believe in magic/sorcery/the occult if presented with "proof" of it?

I don't believe in it at all; the "supernatural" is either a trick, or can be explained by mundane forces.
I would prefer not to have contact with it; it's unnerving and sometimes frightening.
I'm not sure what I think of it. What contact I've had with it has been unpleasant.
I think some things simply are, and don't really view it as "magic." Of course, the dark aspects are disturbing....
I believe there are things that exist that we cannot define with science alone; if that is magic, then it is.
I'm so used to dealing with it, that it would seem strange to not do so. I accept the truth of it so easily, I wonder why others are skeptical.
I see it as a natural force, nothing particularly strange or frightening about it.
It is something to simply use. I really don't give it enough respect, because I don't really believe in it.
Of course; though I would only use the power it offers for just reasons....
I find the idea fascinating, and morbidly attractive. If only it was real....
It's a useful power, even if I don't understand it completely.
I enjoy the magical world; it is a useful tool, and I practically live in it.
Living without it would be unnatural, unpleasant, and unworthwhile. And fairly boring.



9. Do you show your true side to others?

I am who I appear to be; I don't need to hide myself.
I am who I appear to be; only very close people ever see me as anything less than controlled.
I'm happy with myself, and have no reason to pretend to be false.
While I see that others may hide to protect themselves and I can't blame them for it, I'd rather be open and honest. I think other people would be happier this way too.
I act more confident than I really am; only close friends see my weakness.
No one really knows who I am; no one has been able to get close enough to really try. And I'm afraid of what would happen if they did.
I'm excellent at hiding my true nature; I can almost be a completely different person if I try! And even when I do appear as myself, I'll never tell them everything.
I'm really not as bad as I appear, though others can be disturbed by my cruelly frivolous-seeming nature. And it's more useful to play the fool....
Of course I appear as myself; it's much easier to terrify others that way.
I seem to be different from how I really am; I can push my own feelings aside for another.
I am honest enough; I do not hide who I am, though I may not tell the entire truth all at one time. But I am not false.
I hide behind an illusion most of the time, rarely showing my true face. Only those few I trust see me as I am, and are in on my secrets.
I think I do, because my real self is hidden from even me. I like to think Iím stronger than I am, and act confident.



10. Do you trust others (with serious problems/deep emotional issues/your life)?

I would trust my friends with anything; I know that they will always be there for me.
I would trust them implicitly, though I keep things from them to try to not hurt them.
I can only keep trusting, though it hurts when that trust is abused.
I can only trust myself, though I wish I could put trust in other people, I don't want them to bear any extra burden.
I'm too trusting of people sometimes, even strangers, and can be hurt when that's betrayed. But I know my friends will never hurt me.
I trust myself more than anyone else; everyone else will just let me down.
I trust myself more than anyone else; everyone else will betray me.
I trust people to follow my orders, because if they didn't, things would be very bad for them.
I trust in my own power and will, and in the knowledge that I'm right; if that ever failed I would be broken, or at least deeply troubled.
I trust people to act as I expect them/manipulate them to - I would give them nothing special of myself.
I trust my own judgment, and my ability to predict people. But I would laugh at the thought of trusting them with myself.
I trust no one other than myself.
I don't even trust myself; I hope that others will help me when I'm in trouble.



11. Can people trust you (with serious problems/deep emotional issues, their life)?

Only if they don't mind having that trust casually betrayed when it suits me.
They can trust me to hurt and torment them as much as possible.
They can trust me to be cold and indifferent.
They can trust me to tell the truth, even when it's something they really don't want to hear.
Not completely; if there's something in it for me, I can be trusted with a great deal. If not, then you'd best not bother me....
Of course not; I'll just use and discard the useless pieces. I don't need people to trust me to get what I want.
They shouldn't; I don't always have control over the circumstances - what if I betray that trust accidentally?
I might manipulate the situation a bit without telling them, but not maliciously.
Yes; I respect other people enough to not betray them, though it wouldn't keep me from manipulating them just a bit.
People should really only trust themselves; though, I wouldn't try to hurt the few I admit to care for, and they can trust me.
Of course; I would never willingly betray anyone.
My loyalties are deepest to those I care for, and I would never willingly hurt them. And even with enemies I will be as fair as possible.
My friends can trust me with anything; if its important to them, I'll never laugh and will always take them seriously. I try to be fair to those I don't like either, but if they willingly hurt me then I'll revenge.



12. Do you run from your problems?

What problems? They're only problems if you think about them....
I worry a lot about problems, but I pretend to be cheerful regardless. I can't help anyone else if I'm feeling too down.
I am usually the problem, and people are more likely to run from me.... It's smarter than them staying and becoming problems themselves.
I'm able to take care of my own problems... or at least I consider that I do. I really do run away, though I pretend to be alright....
I try to focus on the good things instead, but if it's serious, I'll deal with it well enough.
That would not help me to advance, would it? I'll make anything work out to my advantage without compromising my ideals.
I work steadily towards them; even if I can see no way out, I won't run away.
I have merely obstacles that I will overcome. Moral problems matter little, being as I have small regard for morality.
My own problems have little importance; I'd rather worry about those close to me. If I can protect them, then I won't have so many problems.
On the surface I face them head on, but emotional things tend to eat away at me, as I struggle to find some way of dealing with them. I often feel powerless to face them.
I attack anything that I perceive as a threat to me, an issue, a "problem."
I take most problems calmly, finding them interesting instead of frustrating, because I enjoy succeeding in working such things out.
I work consistently towards a solution, never seeing a problem for anything more or less than it is.


13. Do you lie well?

Extremely so, though I don't have to all that often. Besides, telling a version of the truth is more useful actually.
I lie to myself quite well.
I prefer to call it "bluffing;" lying is a harsh term.
Very easily, when it suits my purposes.
Only to enemies who use underhanded tricks; then I have no obligation not to. To friends I can be sometimes carelessly blunt.
I avoid it whenever possible, and people can often see through me anyway.
Very well, in order to protect others. Though if given the chance I would refrain from it whenever possible.
I lie only to protect others, and then by mainly omitting facts. Enemies I will trick, but I will not match lies with lies.
I trick others with natural skill and feel little regret regarding it. But I'm also good at pretending things are alright with myself when they're not....
I tell only the truth; the truth as I perceive it, and am excellent at phrasing it to suit my purposes.
I have disdain for outright lies, and am disgusted at those who use such methods.
I choose to manipulate the situation and avoid outright lying. My intentions are far from selfish, however.
Only when I have to; and I usually can get away with it because I can seem very sincere. But I would only do this when it's very important.


14. What happens when you get angry?

Whoever/whatever caused it suffers severe pain/destruction. Nothing is allowed to remain standing against me, ever.
I only get more serious, never letting anything as controlling as anger influence my mind.
I get over momentary anger fairly quickly; it gets in the way of long-term hatred. Why risk eventual complete victory over revenge for a momentary setback?
I try to not take it out on people physically, but if you irritate me further....
I go and face whatever got me angry and let them know what they did was wrong. I can be patient with innocent mistakes, but I can't accept someone specifically trying to hurt another.
It never lasts very long, because I never allow anything to be a real threat to me. I turn it into momentary amusement instead, disregarding the source....
I don't deal well with anger, and whatever is around me usually suffers, inanimate objects and people alike, even if they had nothing to do with my frustration.
I don't really let myself get angry, only frustrated and worried. It causes me to work even harder towards a solution to it.
I start snapping viciously at others, though it's usually a way to disguise my own hurt.
I get cold and sarcastic; my nature becomes very distant. My fury can become so strong that it sometimes clouds my judgment.
I confront whatever it is that has gotten me angry, and try to deal with it fairly.
Nothing, generally. I usually let people walk over me.
I will very carefully, very honestly, take revenge for any harm done to me or mine.


15. Would you take punishment into your own hands?

Yes
No


16. Are you amused/enjoy seeing the (serious) suffering of others (who have hurt you in some perceived way)?

Yes
No


17. Do you think highly of yourself, and put yourself above other people?

Yes
No


18. Do you consider yourself to be highly intelligent (to an arrogant degree)?

Yes
No


19. Are you lonely (a great deal of the time)?

Yes
No


20. Do you want to be close to others, but are afraid of being hurt by them?

Yes
No


21. Do you want to be close to others, but know that you'll only end up hurting them?

Yes
No


22. Do you want the company of other people at all?

Yes
No


23. Do you have a place, or a group of people that you feel you belong to?

Yes
No


24. Do you consider yourself practical/realistic (as opposed to fanciful)?

Yes
No


25. Are you generally pessimistic?

Yes
No


26. Are you capable of love(ing anyone other than yourself); if so, would this surprise others?

Yes
Yes, but it wouldn't be surprising.
No


27. Are you considered creative?

Yes
No


28. Do you follow orders well?

Yes
No


29. Are you superstitious?

Yes
No


30. Are you stubborn (refusal to give up even under pressure)?

Yes
No


31. Are you narrow-minded (refusal to change one's mindsets, even when pressured)?

Yes
No


32. Do you work better/prefer working with others?

Yes
No


33. Do you consider yourself righteous?

Yes
No


34. Are you spiritual (as opposed to worldly)?

Yes
No


35. Are you manipulative (for "good" cause)?

Yes
No


36. Are you honorable (If so, would this surprise others?)?

Yes
Yes, but it wouldn't be surprising.
No


37. Do you have lofty goals?

Yes
No


38. ...And the will to achieve them?

Yes
No


39. Do you protect those you love?

Yes
No
I do not/cannot love.


40. Do you love those you protect?

Yes
No
I do not/cannot protect anyone.


41. Are you loyal?

Yes
No


42. Are you sadistic?

Yes
No


43. Do you have a charismatic personality?

Yes
No


44. Are you materialistic?

Yes
No


45. Do others consider you eccentric (in a less than harmless way)?

Yes
No


46. Are you obsessive?

Yes
No


47. Do you enjoy having power over others?

Yes
No


48. Do you act flippant even with things you care deeply about?

Yes
No


49. Do the ends justify the means?

Yes
No


50. ...Even when the ends become the means?

Yes
No



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