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Which Man Would You Be in King Arthur’s Court?

Which Man Would You Be in King Arthur’s Court?

The legendary days of King Arthur were full of love and betrayal, loyalty and ambition, violence and intrigue. Which man would you have been in Arthurian times? Take the test and find out! 

King Arthur

You are a natural leader known for your courage and honor. As the head of the kingdom of Camelot, you defended against invaders and led your Knights of the Round Table on epic quests, including one to find the Holy Grail.
Loyalty is very important to you; you will go to great lengths to fight for what you believe in, and you find it impossible to forgive betrayal from those you trust.

Merlin

You are a man of mystery and influence – sometimes called a wizard or a prophet, sometimes called a madman or a supernatural being. People turn to you for wisdom and advice, and you held great power in the reign of King Arthur.
Your visionary powers allow you to see the world differently than other people, and you are adaptable to many challenging situations.

Lancelot

You are a man of mystery and influence – sometimes called a wizard or a prophet, sometimes called a madman or a supernatural being. People turn to you for wisdom and advice, and you held great power in the reign of King Arthur.
Your visionary powers allow you to see the world differently than other people, and you are adaptable to many challenging situations.

Gawain

You are a man of mystery and influence – sometimes called a wizard or a prophet, sometimes called a madman or a supernatural being. People turn to you for wisdom and advice, and you held great power in the reign of King Arthur.
Your visionary powers allow you to see the world differently than other people, and you are adaptable to many challenging situations.

Perceval

You are hardworking, straightforward and trustworthy, an underdog who people sometimes underestimate. You proved your worth to join the legendary Knights of the Round Table when you didn’t come from a noble background, and you persevered against many challenges in your quest for the Holy Grail.
You believe in loyalty, chivalry and justice, and you try to do what’s right.

Mordred

You are ambitious and will stop at nothing to achieve your personal goals. Family, friendship and conscience can get in your way when it comes to seeking power and glory, so you prefer to avoid them as much as possible (King Arthur is technically your flesh and blood, but that doesn’t stop you from trying to take over his kingdom).
It would be wise for your enemies not to underestimate you; you are unpredictable and dangerous.

What do you do when someone tells you a secret?

Keep it secret, no matter what

Tell someone only if it will help others

Tell someone only if it benefits me

What is your relationship with your family?

We’re very close

We’re not close at all

We get along ok

It’s complicated

Do you believe everyone has a soulmate?

Yes

No

I don’t know

What is your motto in life?

Fight for what you want

Love conquers all

Wisdom comes from experience

Every man for himself

Do what’s right, not what’s easy

How do you react when you encounter someone standing in the way of your goal?

I find a way to destroy the person in my way

I look for a way to compromise or reason with the person

I challenge the person to a fair fight; winner takes all

I outwit the person

You have made a serious promise that, if you keep it, stands in the way of your personal happiness. What do you do?

Keep the promise and remain trustworthy

Break the promise and pursue what I want

It depends on the situation

When should you use violence to solve problems?

Only when absolutely necessary

When it’s clear that it will lead to the greater good

When it will get me what I want

It depends on the situation

When you are pursuing a risky goal, what are you most afraid of?

Failure

Hurting innocent people

Sharing the rewards

Making personal sacrifices

What negative quality have you been accused of displaying?

Stubbornness

Naïveté

Selfishness

Ruthlessness

What kind of friend are you?

I will do anything for my friends

I try to do right by my friends, but my needs come first

I keep friends around when they are useful to me

Need more of an Arthurian fix? Then go to:

Which Woman Would You Be in King Arthur’s Court?

The Origins of the Arthurian Legend

Who gave King Arthur “a crippling blow”? It was St. George, argues scholar

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