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Beckett wrote:
bugleyman wrote:
First, the max for a first-level, "normal" starting human is 20, not 18.
The original idea was on the d20 system, not the PF system, so humans didn't get the +2 to anything.
evadragon wrote:
What are your ability scores using a standard d20 ability score array?

I feel like you are taking this personally, which was not my intent.

Not at all. I just find the exercise much more engaging if we're all using the same yard (or meter) stick. Consider my knickers twist free. ;-)

Shadow Lodge

I agree.

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Oooh! This thread is a blast from the past.

Sits down with his cane, affixes an onion to his belt.

Back in the olden days, when your "hot" thread on Paizo sometimes reached two whole pages and hours would pass between replies, there was always a "what's your ability score" thread going on.

The only thing more popular was the "who would you game with on the Paizo boards" threads.

I hated those; I never got picked. Everyone thought I was an a%!$*&+...

Anyway, I'M SICK OF YOU YOUNGEN'S AND YOUR SEXTING AND DEGENERATE ROCK MUSIC. GET THE F@%* OFF MY LAWN.

Shadow Lodge

:)

I've come to find a great many people here are elitist, close-minded, and love to throw out words like "troll" or "flaming" to cover their own lackings.

PS, didn't you know? The city ordinances changed. Your lawn now ends at that tree. This is now my lawn, gramps. . . ha ha

By the way, your Konami cheat code didn't work right. Stats only go up to 255 now. 999 is just an error code that means -2% of the gross total.

Dark Archive

If you haven't seen these before, you might find them interesting...

What D&D character am I?

D&D Ability Score Quiz

Cheers!


Str-12
Dex-11
Con-9
Int-18
Wis-13
Cha-8

That is 10 point buy, with my +2 put into Int for being Human as well as my stat point for achieving 4 HD. I know the argument about Int vs. IQ is contentious, so I will state that my reasoning has little to do with standard deviations and more with the approximate IQ being 100 + 10x Int Modifier for casual use.
I would also be a 4th level Expert with a single rank in Profession (Recording Engineer) and Perform (Keyboard) and max ranks in Profession (Captionist), Bluff and Sense Motive. I have Skill Focus Knowledge (Music).


Sorry I don't fit in the 10 point buy. Not even the standard 15 point buy.

According to Lord AKOyA's test I have the following:

Str 16, Dex 17, Con 16, Int 15, Wis 10, Cha 15

The second test puts me rather higher:

Lawful Neutral Human Sorcerer level 4:
Strength- 19 Dexterity- 17 Constitution- 16 Intelligence- 17 Wisdom- 14 Charisma- 16

Though I don't think either is quite right.


S 8
D 9
C 9
I 9
W 8
C 7

I'm almost average!


Abraham spalding wrote:

Sorry I don't fit in the 10 point buy. Not even the standard 15 point buy.

According to Lord AKOyA's test I have the following:

Str 16, Dex 17, Con 16, Int 15, Wis 10, Cha 15

The second test puts me rather higher:

Lawful Neutral Human Sorcerer level 4:
Strength- 19 Dexterity- 17 Constitution- 16 Intelligence- 17 Wisdom- 14 Charisma- 16

Though I don't think either is quite right.

Sorcerer? Really? What magic can you do?


meatrace wrote:
Sorcerer? Really? What magic can you do?

Apparently from what I've heard from others Destined bloodline:

Lesser Confusion
Chill Touch (according to my wife at least)
Charm Person
Alarm (don't get snuck up on in 'my' area)
Blur
Scare

But don't take my word for it -- that's what his test played out as.

Liberty's Edge

Lord oKOyA wrote:

If you haven't seen these before, you might find them interesting...

What D&D character am I?

Going by this one:

Strength- 10
Dexterity- 12
Constitution- 12
Intelligence- 16
Wisdom- 14
Charisma- 14

So right at 20 pts.

And I'm a 3rd level NG Elf Wizard. The NG part is right, and the Elf might be right in a fantasy setting, but I see being a Wizard as a lot like being a Physicist, Chemist, or other hard scientist, and that's not something I've ever aspired to.

Lord oKOyA wrote:
D&D Ability Score Quiz

This is the one I used for my profile:

Str 9
Dex 12
Con 11
Int 14
Wis 16
Chr 12

Now applying the Standard Deviation Scale mentioned earlier (and the +2 Human bonus, which the test doesn't account for, predating Pathfinder as it does) I up Int to 16. Depending on whether you agree, I'm apparently a 14 or 19 pt character.

As for Class, going by Golarion and Pathfinder norms, I'm likely a Cleric 1/Expert 1 or 2. I'm in college, doing quite well, and have high bonuses on a number of Knowledge skills, plus Sense Motive, Bluff, and Diplomacy, hence Expert. I'm very devout, and when I pray stuff certainly seems to happen, hence Cleric.


I did the 'What D&D character am I quiz?' and got the following:

Neutral Good Elf Druid (4th Level)

Ability Scores:
Strength- 13
Dexterity- 12
Constitution- 12
Intelligence- 16
Wisdom- 14
Charisma- 13

Some of the questions are a bit silly, but I find it interesting that the rankings of the stats are in the same order I placed them. Albeit with the quiz giving be higher numbers across the board.


W E Ray wrote:

STR 7

DEX 10
CON 9
INT 16
WIS 12
CHA 13

Holy crap, an honest nerd.

Me:

STR 12
DEX 9
CON 10
INT 13
WIS 9
CHA 10


LOL, here's what I got on the quiz

You Are A:

Lawful Good Human Wizard (7th Level)

Ability Scores:
Strength- 13
Dexterity- 17
Constitution- 14
Intelligence- 17
Wisdom- 16
Charisma- 14

Liberty's Edge

Society 20pt high-fantasy:

half-elf w/+2 in WIS, and racial +2 will-save vs bullsh*t.

CHA is probably too high....maybe I'm a dwarf with femur-extensions.

STR:12
DEX:11
CON:12
INT:15
WIS+17
CHA:11


Lord oKOyA wrote:

If you haven't seen these before, you might find them interesting...

What D&D character am I?

D&D Ability Score Quiz

Cheers!

first one:

True Neutral Elf Ranger/Wizard (2nd/2nd Level)

Ability Scores:
Strength- 14
Dexterity- 15
Constitution- 13
Intelligence- 17
Wisdom- 11
Charisma- 14

second one
8 str, 13 dex, 13 con, 14 int, 11 wis, 12 cha


Suppositions:

  • Being as I just turned 35 in RealLife™, I'm taking into account aging effects for being "middle-aged".
  • Being as everyone who knows me personally calls me Elf, I'm using those racial modifiers.
  • Even then though, it takes (at minimum) a 15-pt buy*:

    09 Str
    14 Dex
    06 Con*
    18 Int
    14 Wis
    14 Cha

    * Considering I keep passing my physicals with flying colors, I'd say this should honestly be no lower than 10. However, I'm trying to stick to the default Pathfinder point buy. I'd have to break my leg or drink Drain-O to go with the [arbitrarily sub-par] 10-pt method.


  • Relatively high Wisdom prevents participation in this.


    Well, according to the first test "True Neutral Human Sorcerer (4th Level)"

    Ability Scores:
    Strength- 13 (much lower, an 8-9)
    Dexterity- 14 (maybe a 12 or 13)
    Constitution- 13 (11 perhaps, I NEVER get sick but have allergies)
    Intelligence- 15 (according to an IQ test I took in college, I have a 125 IQ, It was the Wechsler version, so I have no clue on this one)
    Wisdom- 13 (I have no severe vices to speak of, but my senses are a bit off, legally blind without glasses, so I'd say maybe an 11 or 12?)
    Charisma- 16 (I have many friends, I also work at an outdoor haunted during october and can easily scare the pants off most people who come to it, of course a chainsaw adds a +10 circumstance bonus to the intimidate check, so i'd say a 14 at the highest)

    according to the other test,
    STR: 10
    DEX: 13
    CON: 12
    INT(pt1/pt2): 11/13
    INT: 12
    WIS: 12
    CHA: 14

    I think this one sounds a bit more accurate.

    as for which class i'd pursue, i'd probably say either Witch, Wizard, Sorcerer/Oracle (if I had those powers), Bard, Or Cleric. I'd steer clear of Paladin, Inquisitor, Fighter, Barbarian, Druid, and Rogue.


    According to that first test.

    True Neutral Human Ranger/Sorcerer (2nd/1st Level)
    Ability Scores:
    Strength- 13
    Dexterity- 13
    Constitution- 15
    Intelligence- 17
    Wisdom- 13
    Charisma- 17

    So basically exaggerated versions of my own choices on the 10 pt buy.

    But it's basically a rip off of the hero builder's guidebook one.

    Sovereign Court

    Sebastian wrote:

    Oooh! This thread is a blast from the past.

    Sits down with his cane, affixes an onion to his belt.

    Back in the olden days, when your "hot" thread on Paizo sometimes reached two whole pages and hours would pass between replies, there was always a "what's your ability score" thread going on.

    The only thing more popular was the "who would you game with on the Paizo boards" threads.

    I hated those; I never got picked. Everyone thought I was an a@~%+#&...

    Anyway, I'M SICK OF YOU YOUNGEN'S AND YOUR SEXTING AND DEGENERATE ROCK MUSIC. GET THE F!!@ OFF MY LAWN.

    Dawww Sebastian, you'd be my pick, you and courtfool, and Ogre, and probably Kirth Girsen (know I'm mispelling that) You'd be part of my elite four


    the second test was interesting.

    STR: 13
    DEX: 12
    CON: 10
    INT(pt1/pt2): 15/12
    INT: 13
    WIS: 11
    CHA: 14

    About what I figured, though I really don't consider myself dexterous. The second one seems much less exaggerated and closer to what I see a normal person as being stated. Many of those questions where taken from or are very similar to the MENSA test, so at least a good basis.

    I like the first one for the class distinctions but, the ability scores are exaggerated and I hate assigning alignments even if it was just stolen form the hero builder's guidebook.

    The second seems more realistic but, has no class distinctions and could stand to be longer.

    Sovereign Court

    evadragon wrote:
    The second seems more realistic but, has no class distinctions and could stand to be longer.

    Honestly I think both conflate stats, considering that just about everyone comes out above average in most categories, but at least it's not seriously conflated as the others.

    Personally I think most people are going to come out to a 10 point buy or less. But human nature is to think better of ourselves than reality.


    lastknightleft wrote:
    evadragon wrote:
    The second seems more realistic but, has no class distinctions and could stand to be longer.

    Honestly I think both conflate stats, considering that just about everyone comes out above average in most categories, but at least it's not seriously conflated as the others.

    Personally I think most people are going to come out to a 10 point buy or less. But human nature is to think better of ourselves than reality.

    Oh, I don't know. Nerds being nerds and all might actually have high IQs. I know my IQ is at least 130 (assuming I held onto my childhood greatness) which would put my INT two standard deviations from 10, which is about 17 I think. That's a lot higher a score than I would really have thought.

    I know a lot of people as smart as me, but are awesome at martial arts and sports, unlike me who has always been middling at sports, and not dragging a gut like mine (which drops my Con to 9 or 10).

    Anyway, my point is that I think a lot of people will have all high stats (smart, good at sports, attractive, well liked), and a lot of people will have all low stats (dumb as a rock, can't run a mile for that CON of 10, don't lift weights, acts like an horse's rear).

    The idea from point buy that being good at one thing makes you bad at another has always rubbed me wrong.


    Strength - 10
    Dexterity - 13
    Constitution - 14
    Intelligence - 13
    Wisdom - 13
    Charisma - 8

    Those seem about right. We played ourselves in a D20 Apocalypses game once. We picked out own stats and then passed the papers around the table to keep it fair. We also got to pick races to, and I was a Tiefling, which is reflected in the stats up there. I don't have much for personality, but I'm loaded with common sense and intelligence. I played a Tough Hero for the first 3 levels, then I drifted into Warlock from 3.5 (mostly because he started throwing demons and devils at us when we out grew the zombies).


    There has only been one person that posted an average or below intelligence in this thread. Peculiar.

    I'd probably have a below average strength and an above average charisma. I don't think I can assess the rest of my stats myself. I'd make a decent sorcerer or oracle.


    Here are my scores from the second test:

    Str: 10
    Dex: 16
    Con: 13
    Int: 18
    Wis: 17
    Cha: 15

    I only scored 17 on the second half of the intelligence test, so I was surprised when the final score had 18 in Int.

    Couple of tricky questions on the test. I suspect most people missed the potato question and answered in kilograms instead of grams.


    I don't want to post my test results, but I do test well.

    It also said I was a LG Monk 4th level. I could go with that. If I had to go 10 point buy, I would put a 12 in every stat but dex, but that is only because I would be bound to a 10 point buy.

    The thing is that people aren't exactly created equal. Of equal value yes, but not of equal ability. I think that's why I like rolling stats instead of point buy. And I don't really mind being behind in ability during a game. It just makes it that much more interesting for me.

    Liberty's Edge

    I'll jump in on this one:
    My own thoughts:
    Str: 13
    Dex: 12
    Con: 12
    Int: 14 (+2 from Racial)
    Wis: 12
    Cha: 11

    Total: 12 point character (drop down Dex and Cha for 10 point build, bump up Int to 16 total for a 15 point build).
    Yes, it's higher than average on all parts, but I feel that I'm definitely above average in all stat-relevant respects - definitely smarter than most (I quickly learn and process new information), stronger than average (I've carried a hundred pound pack without issue, and I've held a larger than average adult male above my head before), above average con (I'm usually healthy when everyone around me gets sick), etc, etc.

    NG Ranger or Druid type (given I'm quite good with animals).

    Going by the What D&D character am I? quiz, I am:

    True Neutral Human Sorcerer (5th Level)

    Ability Scores:
    Strength- 13
    Dexterity- 14
    Constitution- 14
    Intelligence- 14
    Wisdom- 13
    Charisma- 14

    As for the other quiz (ignoring Str as I did not fill that section out):
    DEX: 13
    CON: 11
    INT(pt1/pt2): 13/11
    INT: 12
    WIS: 11
    CHA: 14

    So, better charisma than I'd give myself, but everything seems to balance out.
    Magius out.


    95% of the population thinks they have above average intelligence.

    I just made that up. I don't remember the exact stat, but it's something like that. The better question is who are these 5% that think they're stupid? What does their self esteem look like?


    My stats...

    STR - 10
    DEX - 12
    CON - 10
    INT - 14
    WIS - 9
    CHA - 10 (+2 Racial)

    Only because of my job (warehouse worker) did I manage to get up to 10 STR even.
    Dexterity due to my experience in both Fencing and Archery, as I've proved moderately skilled at both.
    Constitution - I get sick, but not often. I've suffered through some bad pain (broken arm at 4, fell off a bike at high speed into rocks at 9), and walked away from it rather than rolling in pain.
    Intelligence - I dunno. I think I logic and think things out well, and I also have a head for numbers and solid memory (when I care about what I'm remembering).
    Wisdom - You know that guy that can't open chips right or forgets the simple thing everyone has known since 3rd grade? That's me.
    Charisma - I am easily likable and firm in what beliefs I do have. That being said, I am also something of a coward around stronger personalities than myself.

    My class? Commoner. :-)

    If I had to be a PC class, Paladin (despite my useless stats for being a Paladin).


    Tiny Coffee Golem wrote:

    95% of the population thinks they have above average intelligence.

    I just made that up. I don't remember the exact stat, but it's something like that. The better question is who are these 5% that think they're stupid? What does their self esteem look like?

    Yep, just like 80% of drivers rate their driving as "excellent".

    By the way. I'm an excellent driver.


    Me:

    STR: 10
    DEX: 11 - I'm probably better than average but not good enough to reliably hit a baseball.
    CON: 8 or 9 - I'm out of shape
    INT: ? I'm terrible at math but I'm good at problem-solving and can whiz through something like Portal. What does that make me?
    WIS: 12
    CHA: 14 or 15

    I have ranks in Perform: bass guitar, singing, banjo, public speaking. High knowledge ranks in history, music, comic books, local.

    Definitely a bard, but without the nifty rogueish traits (mostly).


    brassbaboon wrote:
    Tiny Coffee Golem wrote:

    95% of the population thinks they have above average intelligence.

    I just made that up. I don't remember the exact stat, but it's something like that. The better question is who are these 5% that think they're stupid? What does their self esteem look like?

    Yep, just like 80% of drivers rate their driving as "excellent".

    By the way. I'm an excellent driver.

    I have above average intelligence. ;-)


    If i had to arbitrarily assign stats:

    Str: 12 (6'1'' 210lbs. I work out 3-5 x/week)
    Dex: 10 (my coordination sucks, but isn't negative)
    Con: - (construct traits)
    Int: 16 (smarter than most, but not a rocket surgeon)
    Wis: 13 maybe 15 (not the buddah, but wiser than many)
    Cha: 12 (i'm amazing. and very very humble)

    Edit: my charisma is subjective and usually reserved for my friends. Lowered Cha raised Int. I feel that I'm smarter than I am charasmatic.


    In my first post I assigned myself:
    [quote=]STR 13
    DEX 8
    CON 8
    INT 14 (+2 Human = 16)
    WIS 11
    CHA 14

    Took both tests that were linked.

    Test A:
    [quote=]Chaotic Evil Human Rogue (4th Level)
    Ability Scores:
    Strength- 15
    Dexterity- 13
    Constitution- 11
    Intelligence- 15
    Wisdom- 16
    Charisma- 16

    CE...really? And a positive DEX and not a negative CON? Totally wrong.

    Test B:
    [quote=]STR 12
    DEX 7
    CON 6
    INT 13
    WIS 11
    CHA 13

    That one was surprisingly close to what I put myself at with a 10-point-buy (before racial adjustment).


    hmm second thread of iq ive seen. we always assumed 10 point increments so 10=100 11=110 etc. etc. the thread had a better way of looking at it.

    str:?? (whatever benching 200 points equates to)
    dex:8 (how do you get a good measure of dex anyhow)
    con:14 (got to be good i never get sick)
    int:16 (between 14-16 depending on hwo you convert i suspose)
    wis:12 (theres another tricky one how observant are you?)
    Chr:10? (hmm i think that one depends on environment)

    hmm i wonder one would measure dex wis and chr
    str is obvious and easy int well fortunatly we have a real life test for that and well con hmm i suspose that would be two mearues health and stamina fun game though


    Tiny Coffee Golem wrote:

    95% of the population thinks they have above average intelligence.

    I just made that up. I don't remember the exact stat, but it's something like that. The better question is who are these 5% that think they're stupid? What does their self esteem look like?

    First of all, I'd point out that *is* possible for 95% of a population to be above average. ;-)

    Second, from the research I've seen those most likely to grossly mistake their own ability are the outliers...on both sides. Those with a low intelligence think they are bright, while those with extremely high intelligences rate themselves far too low (though still above average).


    Lord oKOyA wrote:

    If you haven't seen these before, you might find them interesting...

    What D&D character am I?

    D&D Ability Score Quiz

    Cheers!

    According to the first test:

    Chaotic Good Human Wizard (6th level)
    Ability Scores:
    Strength: 9
    Dexterity: 14
    Constitution: 12
    Intelligence: 17
    Wisdom: 13
    Charisma: 10

    Second Test was a little rougher:
    Ability Scores:
    Strength: 8
    Dexterity: 13
    Constitution: 11
    Intelligence: Pt1/Pt2: 16/14
    Intelligence: 15
    Wisdom: 14
    Charisma: 13

    With a 10 point buy, I place my scores as:
    Strength: 9
    Dexterity: 13
    Constitution: 11
    Intelligence: 16 (14 with a +2 racial adjustment)
    Wisdom: 13
    Charisma: 9

    If I went by the 3 point buy rules for basic NPCs, I would have to go with:
    Strength: 8
    Dexterity: 12
    Constitution: 10
    Intelligence: 15 (13 with a +2 racial adjustment)
    Wisdom: 12
    Charisma: 8


    Str. 15
    Dex. 11
    Con. 15*
    Int. 8
    Wis. 14*
    Cha. 8

    I am definitely a Dwarf Barbarian, no way around it


    Well, let's see. I don't really work out but probably about average strength for my size. My endurance, on the other hand is probably weaker than average. I can juggle and play 4 musical instruments and am reasonably quick on my feet. The four university degrees including a PhD in mathematics probably qualifies me for the big INT score even though the formal testing of my IQ was only in the 160 range. Being a university professor gives me some insight into dealing with a large number of varied people on a daily basis and public speaking is something in which I seem to excel. I may have been generous in my own charisma due to the fact that I'm probably comparing myself to most other university professors where the "average" could very well be closer to 8 rather than 10... we don't get to live in the "real world" much. In a couple years I'm going to be hitting that "middle age" mark of 35 which is going to completely destroy my physical stats... :(

    STR 10
    DEX 14
    CON 8
    INT 18
    WIS 12
    CHA 14

    EDIT: I think wizard is about the only choice that would make sense as a class - my students often think what I'm doing on the board seems like magic!

    Dark Archive

    I have, as I imagine most of us have, thought about this before as a thought experiment. I took the tests as well, and the results were very similar, and followed the same general outline of the stats I had picked for myself, albeit a couple points higher across the board (and much higher in the case of Constitution, probably because, while I am sickly, I have a very high tolerance for pain).

    Stats via test one:

    Lawful Neutral Elf Wizard (4th Level)
    Ability Scores:
    Strength- 12
    Dexterity- 13
    Constitution- 12
    Intelligence- 18
    Wisdom- 12
    Charisma- 17

    Yes, those who know me agree I would likely be an elf (a gray elf if using old subraces) and a wizard (specifically necromancer). While I may be an actor, I do not think I would be a bard, just a wizard with ranks in Perform.

    My browser crashed when I tried to copy the results of the second test, and I do not care enough to retake it. I do recall being surprised that it listed my Constitution at 15 and Intelligence at 18 however.

    Self-Assessed Stats using 10-pt Buy, no racial adjustments:

    Strength- 11
    Dexterity- 11
    Constitution- 8
    Intelligence- 14
    Wisdom- 10
    Charisma- 14


    First test Str 11 dex 10 Con 12 Int 14 wis 14 cha 12

    Second one: True Neutral Human Wizard/Sorcerer (2nd/2nd Level)

    Ability Scores:
    Strength- 11
    Dexterity- 15
    Constitution- 14
    Intelligence- 16
    Wisdom- 14
    Charisma- 12


    I'd have to say my stats would be:

    Str:12
    Dex:12
    Con:15
    Int:10
    Wis:13
    Cha:7

    ~Aod43254

    Scarab Sages

    Hm... let's see...

    Str: 11
    Dex: 11
    Con: 10
    Int: 13
    Wis: 8
    Cha: 15 (+2)

    Personally? Bard. I'm a musician (singer) irl, I'm pretty much all charisma with wisdom as a dump stat (at least I'm honest about it XD), with a fair amount of intelligence, though I'm not that intelligent. Other than that, fairly average.

    Liberty's Edge

    Str: 9
    Dex: 10
    Con: 11
    Int: 13
    Wis: 8
    Cha: 12

    Basic array :)

    Class-wise? I'm not too sure, something ending in Loremaster probably :P

    Liberty's Edge

    Quote:
    There has only been one person that posted an average or below intelligence in this thread. Peculiar.

    Considering the Byzantine labyrinth that is the Paizo website, if you managed to find your way here to post at all, you must be.


    It would be interesting to collect all the self-reported stats and compute the means and standard deviations for each one to see what the "average" player looks like... :)

    EDIT: To answer my own question (and because I had nothing better to do) here is the answer based on the data posted to this point:

    STR 11.3 / 2.0
    DEX 11.1 / 2.3
    CON 10.3 / 2.3
    INT 14.2 / 2.5
    WIS 11.5 / 2.2
    CHA 11.2 / 2.5


    A million.


    Tem wrote:

    It would be interesting to collect all the self-reported stats and compute the means and standard deviations for each one to see what the "average" player looks like... :)

    EDIT: To answer my own question (and because I had nothing better to do) here is the answer based on the data posted to this point:

    STR 11.3 / 2.0
    DEX 11.1 / 2.3
    CON 10.3 / 2.3
    INT 14.2 / 2.5
    WIS 11.5 / 2.2
    CHA 11.2 / 2.5

    Not at all surprising! Most RPers probably think they're smart, but are willing to admit they're out of shape ;)

    "What D&D character am I?" gave me:

    Neutral Good Human Bard (3rd Level)

    Ability Scores:
    Strength- 14
    Dexterity- 13
    Constitution- 14
    Intelligence- 14
    Wisdom- 16
    Charisma- 13

    Mostly accurate balance-wise I'd say, although they're pretty gimped stats for a Bard :P. And I really don't think my stats are this high--pretty ridiculous.

    "D&D Ability Score Quiz" gave me:

    STR 14
    DEX 7
    CON 10
    INT 12 11
    INT 12
    WIS 12
    CHA 13

    Couple of gripes with this test--I thought the strength/intelligence/wisdom portions were good, but the others weren't that great. For instance, options for Dexterity/Constitution were "Can you dodge projectiles?!" and "Can hold your breath for over a minute underwater?!" and there was no "Hell if I know"/"Maybe"/"Probably"/"Probably not" options. It's yes or no, which provides more polarizing results.

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