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Unicorn

You scored 30% Esotericism, 8% Power, and 20% Malevolence!

The unicorn is a legendary animal. It is usually portrayed as a slender, white horse with a spiraling horn on its forehead, although its appearance and behavior differs, depending on the location. In the west it was usually considered wild and untamable, while in the Orient it was peaceful, meek and thought to be the bringer of good luck. There it is usually depicted as a goat-like creature, with cloven hooves and a beard. In Japan it is called Kirin, and in China Ki-lin. The word "unicorn" is based on the Hebrew word re'em ("horned animal"), in early versions of the Old Testament translated as "monokeros", meaning "one horn", which became "unicorn" in English. The creature is possibly based on the rhinoceros or the narwhal, a marine creature with one horn.

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  • Esotericism Distribution

    They scored 30% on Esotericism, higher than 18% of your peers.

  • Power Distribution

    They scored 8% on Power, higher than 7% of your peers.

  • Malevolence Distribution

    They scored 20% on Malevolence, higher than 36% of your peers.

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