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You scored 50% maturity, 23% horniness, 61% stability, and 78% intellect!

You're Scheherazade, the storyteller of "The Book of One Thousand and One Nights" (around the 9th century).

As the daughter of an unnamed vizier, you're living in a world where the persian king Shahryar, angered and disillusioned by his former wife, has decided to marry a virgin each day, and to decapitate her the next day. Feeling for your fellow citizens, and willing to put an end to this horrible situation, you decide to volunteer as one of these one-day spouses.

During one thousand and one nights, you'll manage to keep the king from killing you by starting a story every night, and stopping at dawn at a cliffhanger: if the king wants to hear the end of the story, he'll have to wait for the next night (and to keep you alive, of course). At the end, you've restored the kings confidence in women in general, and he'll give up wanting to kill every woman alive. Nice work.

Your exact opposite would probably be Mme Henriette

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • maturity Distribution

    They scored 50% on maturity, higher than 27% of your peers.

  • horniness Distribution

    They scored 23% on horniness, higher than 21% of your peers.

  • stability Distribution

    They scored 61% on stability, higher than 40% of your peers.

  • intellect Distribution

    They scored 78% on intellect, higher than 59% of your peers.

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