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Lifedragn wrote:

For Narcism:

Your Total: 3
Narcissistic Trait
Authority: 1.00
Self-Sufficiency: 0.00
Superiority: 0.00
Exhibitionism: 0.00
Exploitativeness: 1.00
Vanity: 0.00
Entitlement: 1.00

Yeesh, I barely hit the scales. Is being so low below average a bad thing?

3? Hurriedly checks Lifedragns pulse to see if he is actually alive. Zombies could score more than that!

Goblin Squad Member

Results of
The Psychopathy Quiz

You scored a total of 8
- See more at: http://psychcentral.com/cgi-bin/psychopathy-quiz.cgi#sthash.h6tcHbE9.dpuf
0 - 12 No psychopathic tendencies

No psychopathy

You answered this quiz consistent with people who would not generally be considered a psychopath by research methods currently used to quickly screen for psychopathy in the population.

- See more at: http://psychcentral.com/cgi-bin/psychopathy-quiz.cgi#sthash.h6tcHbE9.dpuf

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Blaeringr wrote:
And people proudly posting results of a binary, easy to manipulate test? Congratulations.

Yeah. It wasn't meant to be presented as an epeen contest so much as something that presents a lot of the ideas and elements of narcissism in a way the people can understand.

I find such tests only give vague ideas. They are highly dependent on how honest you are being with yourself, and for some of those question answers both or neither are true for me at least. That's why I didn't post my results or intend for anyone else to. I meant this as an introspective exercise.

For those freaking out now self assured they were over 20 though, I will say they were a bit below average, though I am skeptical of their accuracy because I gave non-narcissist answers on a lot of questions I was halfway on.

PS. I understand that some of you are probably using it in the way I intended and expecting people to take the results with a grain of salt.


Lam wrote:

Results of

The Psychopathy Quiz

You scored a total of 8
- See more at: http://psychcentral.com/cgi-bin/psychopathy-quiz.cgi#sthash.h6tcHbE9.dpuf
0 - 12 No psychopathic tendencies

No psychopathy

You answered this quiz consistent with people who would not generally be considered a psychopath by research methods currently used to quickly screen for psychopathy in the population.

- See more at: http://psychcentral.com/cgi-bin/psychopathy-quiz.cgi#sthash.h6tcHbE9.dpuf

Results of

The Psychopathy Quiz

You scored a total of 9

No psychopathy

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Andius wrote:
Blaeringr wrote:
And people proudly posting results of a binary, easy to manipulate test? Congratulations.

Yeah. It wasn't meant to be presented as an epeen contest so much as something that presents a lot of the ideas and elements of narcissism in a way the people can understand.

I find such tests only give vague ideas. They are highly dependent on how honest you are being with yourself, and for some of those question answers both or neither are true for me at least. That's why I didn't post my results or intend for anyone else to. I meant this as an introspective exercise.

For those freaking out now self assured they were over 20 though, I will say they were a bit below average, though I am skeptical of their accuracy because I gave non-narcissist answers on a lot of questions I was halfway on.

PS. I understand that some of you are probably using it in the way I intended and expecting people to take the results with a grain of salt.

PFO community loves itself sum epeen contests. That combined with the Dunning-Kruger effect sum up this thread nicely.

A majority scoring on self tests below average for narcissism and then posting the results, and the results creeping lower and lower with each post: this is narcissism in in action, patting itself on the back for its own modesty.


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Blaeringr wrote:
PFO community loves itself sum epeen contests. That combined with the Dunning-Kruger effect sum up this thread nicely.

It was a fun quiz I dont think anyone is taking it particularly seriously as its only a web page test and therefore meaningless as I think most recognised. Do you canadians have no sense of humor or is it merely those from alberta?

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Results of
The Psychopathy Quiz

You scored a total of 1
- See more at: http://psychcentral.com/cgi-bin/psychopathy-quiz.cgi#sthash.8bkFf2KA.dpuf

Even if I took this in-character as Bluddwolf, it wouldn't have resulted much higher.


Bluddwolf wrote:

Results of

The Psychopathy Quiz

You scored a total of 1
- See more at: http://psychcentral.com/cgi-bin/psychopathy-quiz.cgi#sthash.8bkFf2KA.dpuf

Even if I took this in-character as Bluddwolf, it wouldn't have resulted much higher.

You probably qualify for a place in Brighthaven with that score :)

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Your Result
Average
You have an Average E-Peen!
Your just like like everybody else.

You've got some MMO gaming cred becuase your just like every one else. Youve leveled some characters to the max and/or you've got the right stuff to play it on. You know the common gamming lingo and you know the ins and outs about your favorite game.

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Blaeringr wrote:
Andius wrote:
Blaeringr wrote:
And people proudly posting results of a binary, easy to manipulate test? Congratulations.

Yeah. It wasn't meant to be presented as an epeen contest so much as something that presents a lot of the ideas and elements of narcissism in a way the people can understand.

I find such tests only give vague ideas. They are highly dependent on how honest you are being with yourself, and for some of those question answers both or neither are true for me at least. That's why I didn't post my results or intend for anyone else to. I meant this as an introspective exercise.

For those freaking out now self assured they were over 20 though, I will say they were a bit below average, though I am skeptical of their accuracy because I gave non-narcissist answers on a lot of questions I was halfway on.

PS. I understand that some of you are probably using it in the way I intended and expecting people to take the results with a grain of salt.

PFO community loves itself sum epeen contests. That combined with the Dunning-Kruger effect sum up this thread nicely.

A majority scoring on self tests below average for narcissism and then posting the results, and the results creeping lower and lower with each post: this is narcissism in in action, patting itself on the back for its own modesty.

This is mild trolling. Blaeringr is simply offering up a tame example.

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Steelwing wrote:
Bluddwolf wrote:

Results of

The Psychopathy Quiz

You scored a total of 1
- See more at: http://psychcentral.com/cgi-bin/psychopathy-quiz.cgi#sthash.8bkFf2KA.dpuf

Even if I took this in-character as Bluddwolf, it wouldn't have resulted much higher.

You probably qualify for a place in Brighthaven with that score :)

Yeah, I got 1 point because I was a can flipper in EvE ;-)

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Steelwing wrote:
Bluddwolf wrote:

Results of

The Psychopathy Quiz

You scored a total of 1
- See more at: http://psychcentral.com/cgi-bin/psychopathy-quiz.cgi#sthash.8bkFf2KA.dpuf

Even if I took this in-character as Bluddwolf, it wouldn't have resulted much higher.

You probably qualify for a place in Brighthaven with that score :)

If any of the results so far could be used as a qualifier for joining Brighthaven (which they couldn't) it would require a low score on exploitativeness on the narcissism test.

Sanity is not a requirement. ;)

Liberty's Edge Goblin Squad Member

Self-reporting tests are only slightly better than astrology. They're subject to a lot of Garbage-in-Garbage-Out issues, but things like astrology & numerology are more like Random-In-Arbitrary-Out. It might be better if you took the test while drunk enough to answer the questions without worrying about the final result, but sober enough to still be able to read and click the option you intended to.

But hey, since we're doing this sort of thing...
I have taken the Bartle Test many times over the course of years and regularly come up with 90+ Explorer, middle-high Achiever, middle-low Socializer, and below 10 Killer.

This is a version of the Bartle Test, and definitely not a Goatse or Rickroll
Last time I took it I got:
100% Explorer, 53% Achiever, 40% Socializer, 7% Killer.

I think the fear of social judgement is probably lower for a test like this, since it's asking what types of games you like rather than saying if you have a trait frequently seen as negative, so perhaps the input & output are a little less garbage-prone.

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I got . . . oh my. 0.

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Narcissistic Trait
Self-Sufficiency: 1.00
Superiority: 0.00
Exhibitionism: 0.00
Exploitativeness: 1.00
Vanity: 0.00
Entitlement: 1.00

I got a 3 ....

And I got a 3 again on the Psychopath quiz ....

Oh my God, I'm Flutteryshy ...

Goblin Squad Member

Your gamerDNA is: KILLER

Killer: 80%
Achiever: 67%
Socializer: 47%
Explorer: 20%

The Killer motto: "No enemy left standing!"

Description:
It's the thrill of the kill. Trophies are okay, but that momentary rush attained from besting an opponent is what it's all about.

People with high Killer scores prefer the player-versus-player aspect of any game more than anything offered by the environment. They relish the adrenaline and challenge of pitting themselves against real people. Not all Killers are gankers as some critics claim. While getting the jump on the unprepared for a quick kill is important fun for some Killers, many prefer group PvP and revel in a well executed team maneuver that blows away the opposing side.

Secondary influences

Killer Achievers pit themselves against PvE challenges as well--though often it's a means to an end. A KA often enjoys PvP that focuses on their skill as an individual contributor (duels, and so forth) as well as their personal position on competitive ladders and such.

Killer Socializers often seek out PvP in a game, but they are looking to socialize with and form alliances and teams with other players who are interested in doing the same. KS tend to seek out guilds or clans that organize formal PvP events, or work on group strategies and tactics.

Killer Explorers like to feel immersed in a virtual worlds and see themselves as a great villain or crusader within that world. They seek out challenges against other players, but they are going to find all the areas of that world. Trust an KE to know all the best ambush spots and sniper perches.

Liberty's Edge Goblin Squad Member

Your gamerDNA is SOCIALIZER

Socializer 120%
Explorer 93%
Achiever 28%
Killer 5%

Socializer Explorers love the the 'total experience' of a virtual world--meeting new people and finding the unique places. They don't care much for PVP or leveling, but meeting up with online friends to see new parts of the world is considered fun and exciting. SEs make great group members, because they often know everything there is to know about a game and are enjoy sharing that knowledge freely.

It remains to be seen, of course, if someone with such a low Killer score can even survive, much less thrive, in Pathfinder Online. But it does explain why I don't have much to contribute to the PvP-centric discussions!

Goblin Squad Member

Pax Keovar wrote:
... things like astrology & numerology are more like Random-In-Arbitrary-Out.

As you brought it up, do you know about the connection of Racism and Astrology ?

Edit: i felt i should rephrase that.

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These kinds of self-tests are incredibly inaccurate if you have any idea of what it's measuring.

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Nihimon wrote:
These kinds of self-tests are incredibly inaccurate if you have any idea of what it's measuring.

Party pooper! They're still fun!

@Proxima Sin: I'm Pocahontas. Or Belle; it seemed confused but that's probably the "reading, writing or daydreaming" answer.

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Deianira wrote:
Nihimon wrote:
These kinds of self-tests are incredibly inaccurate if you have any idea of what it's measuring.

Party pooper! They're still fun!

@Proxima Sin: I'm Pocahontas. Or Belle; it seemed confused but that's probably the "reading, writing or daydreaming" answer.

I'm just Bringslite and that is still only a sketchy idea. :)

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In character:

Your Total: 28

Narcissistic Trait
Authority: 3.00
Self-Sufficiency: 3.00
Superiority: 5.00
Exhibitionism: 6.00
Exploitativeness: 5.00
Vanity: 3.00
Entitlement: 3.00

Welp, looks like we found the bard.

Goblin Squad Member

I think the article might be a little out of balance. Certainly there are levels of trolling and even the word "trolling" has become the vague term that most of our over-sensitive culture cries out every time some one gets offended.

For instance...trolling a political forum where people are overly serious with humorous posts is a little different than trolling the comment section of a online news article about a horrific deaths caused by a natural disaster.

Hey, I admit it. I once trolled My Fitness Pal (weight loss sight) by creating a fake profile named Beeazulbub. My pic was that of the Tim Curry's devil character in Legend and I would go to different forums tempting fat people to eat badly and skip exercising. Most people thought it was humorous and I never got a negative PM for it. Does the "devious" nature of concealing my idea make me sadistic or any of the extreme behavior types listed. I doubt it.

But in a gaming context...what is the definition trolling as applied to online games, because I have a feeling that people are going to apply the word "troll" to others who simply don't share the same vision of where PFO should be going....not to those who truly deserve it like exploiters of the rules and truly toxic behavior.

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Nightdrifter wrote:

Honestly I doubt we'd get the final answer as to the significance of the result as we absolutely need to know the correlation. I doubt it was even done in the psychology paper as details like that are a PITA to do.

5 perfectly correlated 2 sigmas -> 2 sigma
5 completely uncorrelated 2 sigmas -> Something like 5 sigma*

*with the number of decimal points my computer wants to keep, it's close to 5 sigma, but whether that's 4.9 or 5.2 or the like I can't say

I think 5 sigma is roughly 1:200,000, right? I know 2 sigma is "Natural 20", and 6 sigma is "1 in a million", to within the rounding errors of such generalizations.

Although it would be much more information if trolling were associated with high values in different traits that were negatively correlated with each other;

P(A|B)=P(B|A)*P(A)/P(B)

Evidential value is P(B|A)/P(B).

The less likely the evidence P(B) is, the higher evidential value it has; having two high values which are negatively correlated with each other is rarer than having two high values which are uncorrelated.

Plus there's the effects of having a small, biased sample in the study.

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DeciusBrutus wrote:
Nightdrifter wrote:

Honestly I doubt we'd get the final answer as to the significance of the result as we absolutely need to know the correlation. I doubt it was even done in the psychology paper as details like that are a PITA to do.

5 perfectly correlated 2 sigmas -> 2 sigma
5 completely uncorrelated 2 sigmas -> Something like 5 sigma*

*with the number of decimal points my computer wants to keep, it's close to 5 sigma, but whether that's 4.9 or 5.2 or the like I can't say

I think 5 sigma is roughly 1:200,000, right? I know 2 sigma is "Natural 20", and 6 sigma is "1 in a million", to within the rounding errors of such generalizations.

Although it would be much more information if trolling were associated with high values in different traits that were negatively correlated with each other;

P(A|B)=P(B|A)*P(A)/P(B)

Evidential value is P(B|A)/P(B).

The less likely the evidence P(B) is, the higher evidential value it has; having two high values which are negatively correlated with each other is rarer than having two high values which are uncorrelated.

Plus there's the effects of having a small, biased sample in the study.

For a gaussian distribution 5 sigma is more like 1 in 1.7 million if you allow both tails (upper and lower) of the gaussian. 1 in 200,000 is somewhere in the 4.4 sigma range (again, allowing both tails). 2 sigma is roughly 1 in 20 ... again if you allow both tails. For different distributions (eg. Poisson) the numbers are different.

However, if you're looking for a signal above a background, you only care about the upper tail and the odds are half of the above (because of the two tails). The idea being to look for the odds that background fluctuations give something this high. (That's where my 5 sigma ballpark comes from above if you assume the 5x 2 sigmas are uncorrelated).

Now it all comes down to the unknown correlation between the traits to figure out P(all traits 2 sigma above background|identify as troll). Completely uncorrelated or very close to that then it's a 5 sigma result, hence "pretty strong". To be clear that would be that self-identified trolls score 5 sigma above everyone who doesn't self-identify as a troll. Obviously correlation weakens that from 5 sigma down to something lower. Without going into details of how everything was evaluated it's not possible for me to know those correlations. If you want to know the actual correlations, contact the authors of the paper.

Worst case scenario it's still stronger than many studies where p values of ~0.05 (ie. roughly 2 sigma) are reported.

Silver Crusade Goblinworks Executive Founder

Your Total: 16

Strength of Trait Authority: 2.00
Self-Sufficiency: 3.00
Superiority: 4.00
Exhibitionism: 0.00
Exploitativeness: 3.00
Vanity: 1.00
Entitlement: 3.00

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Nihimon wrote:
These kinds of self-tests are incredibly inaccurate if you have any idea of what it's measuring.

They're still somewhat fun if you can take them with a grain of salt.

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If you know who Richard Bartle is, it's sort of a nostalgic fun thing to do.

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Deianira wrote:
Nihimon wrote:
These kinds of self-tests are incredibly inaccurate if you have any idea of what it's measuring.
Party pooper! They're still fun!
Lifedragn wrote:
Nihimon wrote:
These kinds of self-tests are incredibly inaccurate if you have any idea of what it's measuring.
They're still somewhat fun if you can take them with a grain of salt.

Well, I'll try to join in the fun, then :)

Quote:

Results of the Narcissism Quiz

Your Total: 14

Authority: 5.00
Self-Sufficiency: 2.00
Superiority: 4.00
Exhibitionism: 0.00
Exploitativeness: 0.00
Vanity: 1.00
Entitlement: 2.00

Quote:

Results of The Psychopathy Quiz

You scored a total of 3

Congratulations for not being a psychopath today!

More on point for the article linked by Ryan, my self-analysis is that I'd probably test fairly high for Narcissism (there's a reason all my characters have last names like "Vhane", and it's not just because I know which way the wind is blowing), but extremely low for the others. I have too much respect for other people - especially people who seem to be struggling to express themselves adequately, who are often the people most heavily attacked by trolls - to exploit and manipulate them, and I have far too much empathy to be able to hurt others without remorse.

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I find it interesting that "Exploitiveness' is being viewed as being the most negative of these traits.

First there were only two questions that could have reasonably directly applied to exploitiveness.

One had to do with being an influence on others. The other about manipulating others. Neither question suggested the purpose of the influence or manipulation, nor did they imply that it was for positive or negative effects.

We can influence or even manipulate others for good purposes. I had manipulated (or influenced) a student to leave my class room, to avoid her getting too angry and getting into a physical altercation with another student. I manipulate my own daughters into thinking they have a choice in some things, when I had actually selected all of the possible choices.

If the scoring used the term "Influence" instead of "Exploitativeness" the view would have been largely positive, or at the very least neutral.

I personally view the combination of the traits: Superiority + Entitlement to be more negative. That strikes me as more despotic than Authoritative and Exploitive.

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On that gamerDNA one I got explorer with a side of socializer, and killer was at 0%. Not that I think that's accurate, as I regularly enjoy competitive games, but I suppose when I'm thinking in the context of a game where there's a wide variety of options I pretty much never go for PvP (example, when playing WoW some time back my friend always wanted to go to the arenas but I thought they were stupid and was much more into questing to see the different sights and sites).

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I agree with Bluddwolf on this.

Superiority + Entitlement is definitely more negative. Unfortunately we see a lot of this in the world now.

At the same time "Exploitativeness" can be beneficial, even if it is for selfish reasons. I regularly manipulate people around me but never in a way that will harm them.

Hmm... I'll use this as an example:

Back in my high school days, my clique had our omega member. He was weak and his grades were usually not that good. Easy target for bullying. We used him to run errands for us like, get sodas and snacks. (Not with his own money though).

In return, we let him hang out with us. Both in school and out of school. But at the same time we didn't let him get bullied. There was more than one occasion where we threatened some potential bullies that targeted him. (It helped that some of us were jocks and all of us were favored by the teachers. :P )

It was a mutual beneficial for both sides. We got a 'mule' guy and he got protection plus some friends to hang out with.

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Whom would you rather be around: someone who believed they were exceptionally capable, but tempered that with a profound respect for the rights and the feelings of others; or someone who had a strong will to power and a willingness to exploit others to achieve their goals?

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Bluddwolf wrote:
If the scoring used the term "Influence" instead of "Exploitativeness" the view would have been largely positive, or at the very least neutral.

Oh, definitely; with the exception of Self-Sufficiency, which at least in the US is usually viewed as a positive trait, all the terms carry at least some negative connotations. Which is why I deliberately phrased my results as

I don't need you people although I like to charm you into following orders

... That, or I've been fooling you all, and you will bow before me at Early Enrollment!

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Someone who believed they were exceptionally capable, but tempered that with a profound respect for the rights and the feelings of others

Without a doubt. The other personality type you describe is somebody I have nothing but a deep-seated loathing for. I would dedicate obscene amounts of resources to trip this person up, and have done so in real life, exposing their exploitive nature to their co-workers and ensuring their social isolation, which crippled their ability to gain 'power' in that arena and forced them to eventually leave and find a new job.

I'm sorry, it's just exploitive people aggravate me and make me wish I hadn't sworn to non-violence in life years ago.

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Nihimon wrote:
Whom would you rather be around: someone who believed they were exceptionally capable, but tempered that with a profound respect for the rights and the feelings of others; or someone who had a strong will to power and a willingness to exploit others to achieve their goals?

The former. They make you want to do your best and when they need it, you don't find going the extra mile.

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Quote:

Your gamerDNA is EXPLORER

Explorer: 73%
Socializer: 63%
Achiever: 33%
Killer: 27%

I agree I'm an Explorer, but I think there were some dimensions missing. It's like the old political tests that used to try to identify where folks landed on a Conservative-Progressive scale. There was always a large group of folks who didn't make sense to the testers until they started adding options for Libertarian, and realized those folks consistently tried to be pro-Freedom and were often forced to choose the least-bad choice between Conservative and Progressive.

My Achiever score should probably be much higher, but they're measuring it based on acquisition of Gear, which has never been very important to me.

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This was taken May 5, 2013:

Explorer 80%
Achiever 53%
Socializer 40%
Killer 27%

This was taken just now:

Explorer 80%
Achiever 60%
Socializer 40%
Killer 27%

I was curious whether playing DFUW (since then) had changed me much.

Goblin Squad Member

Bringslite wrote:

This was taken May 5, 2013:

Explorer 80%
Achiever 53%
Socializer 40%
Killer 27%

This was taken just now:

Explorer 80%
Achiever 60%
Socializer 40%
Killer 27%

I was curious whether playing DFUW (since then) had changed me much.

You have become more of an achiever, if the results are accurate. Not sure if that could be a negative?

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Authority: 6.00
Self-Sufficiency: 0.00
Superiority: 2.00
Exhibitionism: 1.00
Exploitativeness: 2.00
Vanity: 0.00
Entitlement: 0.00

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Bluddwolf wrote:
Bringslite wrote:

This was taken May 5, 2013:

Explorer 80%
Achiever 53%
Socializer 40%
Killer 27%

This was taken just now:

Explorer 80%
Achiever 60%
Socializer 40%
Killer 27%

I was curious whether playing DFUW (since then) had changed me much.

You have become more of an achiever, if the results are accurate. Not sure if that could be a negative?

The way that I played DFUW, that makes sense. I will try and turn it into an asset, but we will see. :)

Edit: for some time I think that the "Explorer" facet will be the hardest to satisfy.

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I answered this the way I thought Bluddwolf would:

Your Total: 29

Between 12 and 15 is average.
Celebrities often score closer to 18.
Narcissists score over 20.

Here's how you rated on the seven component traits of narcissism:

Authority: 7.00 + 1
Self-Sufficiency: 5.00 +3
Superiority: 5.00 +4
Exhibitionism: 3.00 +2
Exploitativeness: 3.00 +0
Vanity: 0.00 +0
Entitlement: 6.00 +5

Quote:

My original:

our Total: 14

Between 12 and 15 is average.
Celebrities often score closer to 18.
Narcissists score over 20.

Authority: 6.00
Self-Sufficiency: 2.00
Superiority: 1.00
Exhibitionism: 1.00
Exploitativeness: 3.00
Vanity: 0.00
Entitlement: 1.00

It is interesting to see how Self-Sufficiency and Superiority may be connected. But, also how an increase of Self Sufficiency does not have the expected impact of Entitlement, which also increased?

I just had a vision of some Psychologist / Psychiatrist using evaluation tools like this, while getting paid $200 per hour and then coming to the conclusion.. "You're a freak, come back every week for the next 6 months".

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Bluddwolf wrote:

I answered this the way I thought Bluddwolf would:

Your Total: 29

Between 12 and 15 is average.
Celebrities often score closer to 18.
Narcissists score over 20.

Here's how you rated on the seven component traits of narcissism:

Authority: 7.00 + 1
Self-Sufficiency: 5.00 +3
Superiority: 5.00 +4
Exhibitionism: 3.00 +2
Exploitativeness: 3.00 +0
Vanity: 0.00 +0
Entitlement: 6.00 +5

Quote:

My original:

our Total: 14

Between 12 and 15 is average.
Celebrities often score closer to 18.
Narcissists score over 20.

Authority: 6.00
Self-Sufficiency: 2.00
Superiority: 1.00
Exhibitionism: 1.00
Exploitativeness: 3.00
Vanity: 0.00
Entitlement: 1.00

It is interesting to see how Self-Sufficiency and Superiority may be connected. But, also how an increase of Self Sufficiency does not have the expected impact of Entitlement, which also increased?

I just had a vision of some Psychologist / Psychiatrist using evaluation tools like this, while getting paid $200 per hour and then coming to the conclusion.. "You're a freak, come back every week for the next 6 months".

lol. Exactly.

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Bluddwolf wrote:
I just had a vision of some Psychologist / Psychiatrist using evaluation tools like this, while getting paid $200 per hour and then coming to the conclusion.. "You're a freak, come back every week for the next 6 months".

Or every week for the next 6 years, fortunately the government paid for it. :P

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On the GamerDNA Bartle test, if your total comes out to more than 200, there may be a problem. I think that comes from going back to change an answer once you've gone on to another. Try taking it without backing up, or if you change your mind, restart it.

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Pax Keovar wrote:
On the GamerDNA Bartle test, if your total comes out to more than 200, there may be a problem. I think that comes from going back to change an answer once you've gone on to another. Try taking it without backing up, or if you change your mind, restart it.

Mine hung around question 22 and I had to refresh the page to try again. They moved the answers and I noticed I had the wrong answer as I clicked Next.

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The gamer test I am consistently Socializer/killer.

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I'm an Achiever Explorer/Killer. I always get 53% for exploring and killing (pve and pvp) on that test. Every time.

Socializer Killer? Remind me not to go to your birthday party Hannibal.

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Bluddwolf wrote:
I answered this the way I thought Bluddwolf would

Oh look self-sufficient me did something and Bluddwolf copied it. Get used to that.

In other news, I totally started a trend. +1 Vanity.

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Proxima Sin wrote:
Bluddwolf wrote:
I answered this the way I thought Bluddwolf would

Oh look self-sufficient me did something and Bluddwolf copied it. Get used to that.

In other news, I totally started a trend. +1 Vanity.

Actually, I stole it, that's what you need to get used to.

;-P

/kidding

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