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Posted on Thursday 5 September 2013 at 7:38 am

The Remarkably Thorough Harry Potter Character Test


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Your result for The Remarkably Thorough Harry Potter Character Test... (yanked from bowl_of_glow)

Gellert Grindelwald

"Kill me, then. Voldemort, I welcome death! But my death will not bring you what you seek…"

You are Gellert Grindelwald, the darkest wizard before Voldemort’s time. Grindelwald’s history with Dumbledore doesn’t emerge until the very end of the series, but we learn enough about him to know that he is not a good guy.

Well that's an odd result. Not sure how I feel about it.

Detailed Results:
Clever, conceited, and dangerous, Grindelwald longs for a world without Muggles. He sincerely believes that witches and wizards are superior, and because of this distorted perception, his idea of “the greater good” unfortunately translates into evil. Although we don’t have a very clear idea of who Grindelwald is as a person, we see from his and Dumbledore’s exchanges that he is actually quite manipulative. It is Grindelwald who convinces the young, trusting Dumbledore that domination is the only way to deal with Muggles, and eventually, extermination. You are similar to Grindelwald in the sense that both of you believe in many of the same things. Instead of telling someone what you want, you choose to get what you want by means of exploitation and/or passive aggression. One could say that you are the personification of the Imperius curse; you are a silent puppeteer, preferring to stay behind the curtain rather than risk your insidiousness being discovered.

You are wise enough to know that it takes a great deal of patience to fulfill your desires, and because of this, you never rush into sticky situations. Unfortunately, your Achilles heel is your cockiness, and at times you sometimes take on more than you can handle. My advice: slow your roll every once in awhile! Your ambitions can wait a day or two for you to enjoy the simple pleasures of life.

In short, you are more:

Cautious than impulsive [I would have thought I'd be more impulsive]

Mature than immature

Arrogant than modest [I don't know that I'd say I'm arrogant or modest either one. I suppose if I have to be one or the other, I'm more arrogant.]

Weird than normal

Extroverted than introverted

Your polar opposite is Harry Potter.

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Comments:

aoife
failte_aoife at 1:29 pm on 05 September 2013 (UTC) (Link)
Interesting and sort of...odd.
I'm Lupin:
In short, you are more:

Cautious than impulsive

Mature than immature

Modest than arrogant

Normal than weird

Introverted than extroverted

Your polar opposite is Bellatrix Lestrange.

(I do not agree with the 'more normal than weird'-bit)

I do remember once doing some kind of online-test that matched Poter-characters with Myers-Briggs personailty-types and I also ended up as Lupin...seems with HP-tests I always get similar results (I also am almost always Ravenclaw in house-tests)
Rachael
bratty_jedi at 8:07 pm on 05 September 2013 (UTC) (Link)
I did know I was a proponent of mass genocide or that I was manipulative and passive-aggressive.

I did the Myers-Briggs Harry Potter thing ages ago but I don't remember my results. I'm very inconsistent on these. Even the closest thing to an "official" sorting we now have, the Pottermore one based on Rowling's on quiz, couldn't decide what to do with me. The last question it asked me was "So... do you want to be Ravenclaw or Hufflepuff? We don't know what to do with you, so your choice."
train_lindz
train_lindz at 4:36 pm on 05 September 2013 (UTC) (Link)
I'm Dumbledore!

You are Albus Dumbledore, the Headmaster of Hogwarts and one of the most powerful sorcerers of all time. Dumbledore is coy, a little odd, and very friendly. Although he has a benevolent and peaceful disposition, he is assumed to be dangerous because of his intelligence. The ones who fear him are the ones who misunderstand him, much like Cornelius Fudge and Dolores Umbridge. He could be compared to people like Mahatma Gandhi or Martin Luther King, Jr.; while most honor and respect him, everyone else hates and ostracizes him. You are like Dumbledore in the sense that both of you are caring, open-minded, and always trying to put others before yourself. Dumbledore has his bad side, of course, what with his entanglement with Grindelwald, and so do you. You are not perfect, although you strive to be. You have a certain air of dignity about you, but you are not conceited or judgmental. Everyone seems to be drawn to your charm and whimsy, even if they’ve already decided that they dislike you. Keep doing what you're doing. It's working!


In short, you are more:


Cautious than impulsive

Mature than immature

Modest than arrogant

Weird than normal

Extroverted than introverted


Your polar opposite is Narcissa Malfoy.
Rachael
bratty_jedi at 8:04 pm on 05 September 2013 (UTC) (Link)
So I'm your unrequited life-long love? Groovy!

Interesting that modest vs arrogant is the only trait difference and that they classify Dumbledore as modest.
The other Weird Al
aeron_lanart at 4:42 pm on 06 September 2013 (UTC) (Link)
I'm Dobby! It's not that far off either...

"You and Dobby are similar in the sense that both of you are somewhat crazy, though in actuality quite endearing. It is likely that you have a good amount of friends, and the reason they enjoy your company is because of your unfailing optimism. Sure, you can be a little weird sometimes, but in the end it is your heart of gold that draws people to you. What’s funny is that you don’t even really care about others’ opinions; you appreciate a compliment every now and then, but you mainly live for yourself. You want to soak up every joyful moment that life gives you so that you can remember the good times over the bad."

In short, you are more:

Impulsive than cautious

Mature than immature

Modest than arrogant

Weird than normal

Extroverted than introverted

Your polar opposite is Draco Malfoy.


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