|Writer's Block: There Can Be Only One
Do you believe in monogamy?
I'm poly and I don't believe that people should be forced to conform to monogamy, although monogamy is probably fine for the majority of the population.
80% Evil, 75% Intelligence, 90% Common Sense
|The Baron Vladimir Harkonnen is the ruthless, cunning, and grossly overweight head of House Harkonnen. Under his leadership, House Harkonnen gained enormous amounts of wealth and power, the most important of which is mining rights on the desert world of Arrakis, which is probably the most lucrative industry potentially available among any of the Great Houses. For it is upon Arrakis that Melange -- Spice -- is mined and processed for distribution to the entire galaxy. The Baron, being the ever-scheming individual, devised a plan that saw control of Arrakis transferred to House Atredies as part of a plot between the Baron and the then-current Emperor, both of whom sought to diminish the influence and power of the Atredies line. The scheme, of course, ended in abject failure and ultimately led to the death of the Baron, the fall of the Emperor, and a shift in galactic politics down a radically different path under the rule of Muad'dib.|
Harkonnen earns high marks in evilness due to his iron-fisted management of House Harkonnen and Arrakis. He scores moderately in intelligence for his cunning nature and use of available resources, as well as high marks in common sense for his strategies in various political schemes.
Never become more popular than the boss, unless you intend to sack him.
Source of Overlord: Dune
|My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:|
||You scored higher than 81% on Evil|
||You scored higher than 35% on Intelligence|
||You scored higher than 88% on Common Sense|
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What Do The HP Peoples Think About You? ( Girls Only )
House : Slytherin - Ooo!Overall Rep. : Almost perfect...Alomst....(Me: IT'S JESUS!!)Your Dude : Draco.Harry : Oh, she's really cool for a Slytherin. I'm supposed to hate her, but...I don't. She's one of my good friends.Ron : We're good friends, nothing more or less.Hermione : She's one of my best friends, she's really nice. WE'RE STUDY BUDDIES!Draco : She's mine. No touch.You touch, you die.*calls upon major connections*Pansy : She's like a sister to me! ( You : Get...away from me... )Goyle : * Reads note handed to him by Malfoy * She's....a...really....good...friend..of.
be : We're not supossed to talk about her....HEY! LOOK! MUFFIN! * Eats muffin *Neville : She's nice, and isn't mean like the other Slytherins.Luna : She's fun to talk to and is a little odd.Twins : She helps us with our pranks all the time. But she always freaks out whenever we prank Harry and Draco.McLagen : *Touch* Heh-heh...I like you.... Draco : YOU'RE DEAD! *Kills*Oliver : Ew...Not my type. (Me: Then you're a loser!)Ginny : She's kinda like a big sister to me. She likes to give me advice when I need it.ADULTS!Dumbledore : A promising student indeed.McGonagall : She's a smart one. A little hyper, but a good child.Snape : She's my other favorite student. She and Malfoy work together and excell in my class.(*touch* Malfoy: RAAAWR!!)Voldemort : Wait....Is she good or evil? (Me : We don't know...)Sirius : She's a sweet girl. I don't think she's chosen a side though. She's neutral.Lupin : She's an odd one, but good natured.Lucius : *Gives Malfoy a pretty ring for her and a high-five*Wormtail : She told The Dark Lord to make sure I never smile again! It worked! *Sob* For such a kind kid - she's terrible!
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| You scored as Chaotic Good. A Chaotic Good person is someone who has little intrinsic respect for laws or authority, seeing them as insufficient to sustain what's right. These people work according to their own moral compass which, while good, is not necessarily always aligned with that of society. Despite their chaotic tendancies, these people are good at heart.|
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Ya know I should actually try writing something for once instead of just reading the work of others and being completely invisible.