The Traitor

You are a Traitor. The Traitor is of devious nature, but is smart enough to know that he/she lacks the strength to engage the Hero in open battle. So the Traitor gets close to the Hero, earns the Hero's trust, then betrays the Hero. Because the audience is supposed to hate the Traitor, usually the Traitor gets his/her "come uppance" in the end. Don't feel bad though. Of all the stock characters, the Traitor is by far the most interesting, because it is the most human. If everyone answered all the test questions honestly, I would bet that almost all of them would be Traitors. I'm pretty sure I would be one. Well-known Traitors include Brutus (the dude that shanked Julius Caesar), former President Richard Nixon, and Iago (from Shakespeare's Othello, or the parrot from Disney's Aladdin).

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The Traitor

You are a Traitor. The Traitor is of devious nature, but is smart enough to know that he/she lacks the strength to engage the Hero in open battle. So the Traitor gets close to the Hero, earns the He... Read more

The Sidekick

You are a Sidekick. The Sidekick is morally just as good a person as (if not better than) the Hero, but for some reason just doesn't have the confidence and/or strength of character the Hero has. Bu... Read more

The Villain

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The Hero

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