The Hero

You are a Hero. This means that you most likely lied on most or all of your answers, because the Hero is an impossible ideal. The Hero is what we all wish we were: kind but brave, generous but respected, and strong enough to kick the asses of all the jerks out there. Heroes take the side of right and fight for those who can't fight for themselves, which is why the audience loves them. The downside is that Heroes are pretty boring until they fall. Take Luke Skywalker, for example; he never fell and is the most boring character I can think of. When a Hero does fall it makes for a heck of a story, especially if the Hero comes back strong. (Examples: Gladiator, Rocky, the Boston Red Sox.) I would list some famous Heroes here, but really they are all famous, otherwise they would just be schmucks like us instead of Heroes.

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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

You are a Villain. Villains have great determination and strength of character, but they just happen to choose the wrong side. The Villain is basically just the dark mirror-image of the Hero. This ... Read more

The Hero

You are a Hero. This means that you most likely lied on most or all of your answers, because the Hero is an impossible ideal. The Hero is what we all wish we were: kind but brave, generous but resp... Read more

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