Measure your moral level with this personality challenge flashback. But you needn't be a "Dungeons & Dragons" wizard to appreciate the character alignment spectrum we explore from the popular role-playing game.
Game veterans will recall that there are nine possible alignment outcomes: Lawful Good, Neutral Good, Chaotic Good, Lawful Neutral, Neutral, Chaotic Neutral, Lawful Evil and Neutral Evil. Our integrity test will explain the outcome that aligns best with your personality. All that we require are your honest responses to engaging real-life scenarios.
For the uninitiated, the alignments are the basis for identities of role-playing characters. Yet, as in real life, these categories are merely guides and not hard and fast rules. You may harbor traits from one or more of the alignments — which depends on a number of circumstances that we'll explain once you're assigned a perfect moral label. The main thing to ponder is how the moral alignment system mixes and matches scenarios involving good and evil, chaos and order (or law). Theoretically, the desires of most folk reflect more of one extreme, while the rare even-tempered types hover somewhere mid-spectrum in the neutral zone, which has its own mini-range.
Expect to respond to light-hearted questions that help to reveal your deepest desires. For instance, where, when and why you might litter a public or private space likely reflects your propensity to press a nuke button or end world hunger. (At the same time, you could reason that world hunger might end if you pressed a nuke button.)
Dive in deeper into this moral alignment stuff. We guarantee you'll get to know yourself a lot better.