I was surprised to see I'm a wizard.
I guess this has a lot to do with how a class is defined. I guess that a bard or rogue would be more of my personal choice, since I tend to look at things from a different perspective than a lot of people. I usually try to see the underlying currents that affect any given situation. When I make a move I try to position myself so that I have the advantage. I manipulate things subtly so that I can get the result I want, and when I move I move fast and accurately. I do read a lot, but I've never been one to study, which I think a wizard would have to. But this was still a good test. I'd be interested to read what were their takes on the classes, what they think were the defining points of them.
I looked around the site to see more of how they define the classes. My question was answered by this paragraph:
Above all, you're a mastermind and a creative thinker. You see the unknown as territory to explore and the mysterious as something to be systematically unraveled. Your imagination soars beyond the limitations of mundanity. You don't have time to waste on fools; you want to spend your time with people who can carry on an intelligent conversation. For you, learning is a joy, and knowledge is the greatest treasure.
By that definition I find it pretty fitting. But at the same time, I'm a natural teacher and enjoy performing. It's a way to stimulate people around, like a catalyst. But it's also as natural to stay in the background and work the scene from the shadows. I don't need to be seen to win the game. It's all about efficiency to me.
Edited by Darian Kheynes, 02 November 2008 - 12:00 AM.
"Fear holds us and binds us and keeps us from growing... It kills a small piece of us each day. It holds us to what we know and keeps us from what's possible, and it's our worst enemy. Fear doesn't announce itself; it's disguised, and it's subtle. It's choosing the safe course; most of us feel we have 'rational' reasons to avoid taking risks... The brave man is not the one without fear, but the one who does what he must despite being afraid. To succeed, you must be willing to risk total failure; you must learn this."
- Raymond E. Feist, The King's Buccaneer