June 30th, 2005

Conan the King (Conan the Barbarian)

Yoinked from Suitboyskin

King Nebuchadnezzar
You scored 57% Pride, 35% Envy, 70% Ambition, and 17% Deceitfulness!

You are King Nebuchadnezzar, the emperor of Babylon. You are part of a long tradition of Middle Eastern dictators. Like any good dictator, you possess the attributes of pride and ambition in good measure. Your ambitious nature drove you to conquer much of the Middle East, including the kingdom of Israel. You subsequently put the people of Israel into bondage. You also tend to be very direct with your friends and enemies alike. You prefer to tell people exactly what you're going to do and how you're going to do it. Your position in society and your imperial army give you the ability to do this with impunity. Unlike many Middle Eastern despots, you are a very good ruler and you happen to treat your own people quite well. You might be a biblical villain, but I'm sure you'd make a good dictator in the 21st century, if given the chance.





My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 56% on Pride
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You scored higher than 29% on Envy
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You scored higher than 70% on Ambition
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You scored higher than 0% on Deceitfulness
Link: The Which Biblical Villain Are You Test written by MetalliScats on Ok Cupid


If I'm gonna take a biblical quiz, this is the one to take, eh?
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