Netquiz: What Planescape faction do you belong to?

  • NickoftheNort...

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    Jun 09, 2008 10:34 AM GMT
    Here's an off-the-beaten-path netquiz for those of who enjoy some of these time-wasters:

    What Planescape faction do you belong to?

    This quiz is supposed to figure out which of the philosophical / ideological factions of the Planescape (a Dungeons & Dragons setting) most suits you (pre-Faction War). I got this:

    Mercykillers


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    "Everywhere, even more, there are crimes being committed. As I waste my time talking to you, a woman in the Hive is being assaulted. A merchant in the Grand Bazaar is being extorted out of his last penny. An innocent is about to meet their end at the hands of the Doomguard, the Xaositects, the Anarchists, or another one of those bleeding groups. A million wrongs go unrighted, and a thousand rights are lost in the darkness of the multiverse. I am here to even that score. Let the lawbreakers and the guilty tremble when they see me, for I am here to punish them for their wrongs and redeem the multiverse."

    Post-Faction War, I am going to presume (hope) that I'd be more Sons of Mercy material than that of a Sodkiller.

    NB: I'd recommend against sharing these results with the Share feature on the site; sharing your login info on an unsecured site is risky.
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    Jun 09, 2008 10:45 AM GMT
    I know nothing of D&D. I hope this is a good one, sounds good, lol.

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    Fraternity of Order
    "Order is present in all things. Even in the middle of what some scholars might deem "chaos", there is the presence of order, an underlying scheme to it all. We of the Fraternity of Order know this. We know that the multiverse is based on law, rules that govern everything that we know. Every action can be traced back to the exact laws of the multiverse, as we all operate within the constraints and boundaries of these laws, of Axioms as they are more commonly known. Once we have determined the exact rules that govern the multiverse, we will know all and be able to do anything. Because once you know how to work within the laws, you know how to work outside the laws. Once you know the loopholes of reality... then you truly are the most powerful being in the multiverse."
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    Jun 09, 2008 10:57 AM GMT
    Hm... I like it I guess. ;)

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    Society of Sensation
    "How do I know that something exists? I see it. Hear it. Smell it. Taste it. Touch it. The world is experienced through my senses. And a vivid world it is. Look around you! People of all types, all cultures, everything! The smells here are lush and from all corners of the multiverse... being in Sigil truly makes me feel alive. Music, arts, the whole vast tapestry of the cultural spectrum here... it's glorious, it is. The only way to know truly something is to sense it, feel it, experience it. If you can't do that, then it doesn't exist. To know the multiverse is to experience it. And that is what we seek... knowledge of the multiverse."
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    Jun 09, 2008 6:41 PM GMT
    Not so good hehe:

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    DoomGuard
    "Everything falls. Raise it up all you like, but gravity will pull it down. Build up your house, someone's going to tear it down, and if someone doesn't than time will. Time, the slayer of all things. Look around, the multiverse crumbles no matter how hard you try to stop it. It started crumbling at the beginning, and will continue to spiral down, down, downwards until at the end, we are nothing but ashes. Ashes. That's the Doomguard, we acknowledge that Entropy exists. Some of us want to help it along, some of us want to stop it. Me? I care to stand here, let it crumble without my aid or interference. Anything I do in the end will be pointless anyhow, entropy sets its own pace in destruction as in all things. We are the Doomguard, the Sinkers, and we don't care about what you're doing... because in the end, it all slides away."

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    Jun 10, 2008 2:44 PM GMT
    This must be wrong, it says I'm in the Revolutionary League. The symbol sucks too. What the hell is that thing?

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    Jun 10, 2008 2:57 PM GMT
    John43620 saidThis must be wrong, it says I'm in the Revolutionary League. The symbol sucks too. What the hell is that thing?



    Ummmmm, sadly I agree with john again. I got this as well and at the end it said only 1 other person got this so I now know who icon_razz.gif

    Revolutionary League
    "Burn it, burn it all. It's all been a bleeding error up to this point, just one stupid error after another, and I'm sick and sodding tired of it all. The status quo doesn't care about philosophy anymore, the status quo cares about remaining the status quo. Most corrupted of all are the factols, the Fat Cats. Sitting around in their luxurious apartments, surrounded by their hordes of followers... well, then of course they'll forget about philosophy. Of course they'll be lured by the shine of gold... of course they'll forget belief. They need to be taught that for the real truth to be seen, there must be the destruction of all that the factions hold dear. First their followers, then their prestige, and most of all their money. For when the factions are pulled down, we'll all be able to find the real darks of the multiverse without those sodding thought-guilds in the way."
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    Jun 10, 2008 2:58 PM GMT
    original714 saidI know nothing of D&D. I hope this is a good one, sounds good, lol.

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    Fraternity of Order
    "Order is present in all things. Even in the middle of what some scholars might deem "chaos", there is the presence of order, an underlying scheme to it all. We of the Fraternity of Order know this. We know that the multiverse is based on law, rules that govern everything that we know. Every action can be traced back to the exact laws of the multiverse, as we all operate within the constraints and boundaries of these laws, of Axioms as they are more commonly known. Once we have determined the exact rules that govern the multiverse, we will know all and be able to do anything. Because once you know how to work within the laws, you know how to work outside the laws. Once you know the loopholes of reality... then you truly are the most powerful being in the multiverse."


    I am also of the Fraternity of Order...
    Odd quiz.
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    Jun 10, 2008 3:01 PM GMT
    Planescape was the best expansion to 2nd edition. Crazy fun environment to play in. .. but god this quiz is nerdy. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jun 10, 2008 3:18 PM GMT
    1107111260_Fraternity.gif

    Fraternity of Order
    "Order is present in all things. Even in the middle of what some scholars might deem "chaos", there is the presence of order, an underlying scheme to it all. We of the Fraternity of Order know this. We know that the multiverse is based on law, rules that govern everything that we know. Every action can be traced back to the exact laws of the multiverse, as we all operate within the constraints and boundaries of these laws, of Axioms as they are more commonly known. Once we have determined the exact rules that govern the multiverse, we will know all and be able to do anything. Because once you know how to work within the laws, you know how to work outside the laws. Once you know the loopholes of reality... then you truly are the most powerful being in the multiverse."