Their result for The Homeric Character Test ...

Pandarius

You scored 45 Strength, 60 Cunning, and 40 Homliness!

"So Athena fired the fool's heart inside him. Then and there he unstrapped his polished bow, superb equipment--bending it back hard the archer strung his bow... Squeezing the nock and string together, drawing the gut back to his nipple, iron head to the handgrip til he flexed the great weapon back in a half-circle curve the bow sprang! the string sang out, arrow shot away razor-sharp and raging to whip through Argove ranks! Spurned on by Palas Athena, you shoot Menelaus after his fateful duel with Paris, thus prolonging the war.

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • Strength Distribution

    They scored 45% on Strength, higher than 61% of your peers.

  • Cunning Distribution

    They scored 60% on Cunning, higher than 62% of your peers.

  • Homeliness Distribution

    They scored 40% on Homeliness, higher than 22% of your peers.

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