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Odin

You scored 64 Wisdom, 50 Sexuality, 36 Strength, and 53 Goodliness!

The Allfather, the head of the pantheon, blood-brother to Loki, you are the enigmatic, one-eyed man who heads everything. Thought and Memory are your ravens, who tell you everything on the planet. You hung from the world tree to learn the secrets of the runes, you seduced your way to the mead of poetry, and even cast your own eye into a well to receive the water of wisdom. You try everything within your awesome power to prevent the end, but your own efforts only serve to hasten it. You are capricious, but never malevolent. You and your mysterious brothers fashioned this world, and you will go down with it, victim of the foul wolf Fenrir.

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • Wisdom Distribution

    They scored 64% on Wisdom, higher than 62% of your peers.

  • Sexuality Distribution

    They scored 50% on Sexuality, higher than 41% of your peers.

  • Strength Distribution

    They scored 36% on Strength, higher than 38% of your peers.

  • Goodliness Distribution

    They scored 53% on Goodliness, higher than 39% of your peers.

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