Doodling around this evening, I ran across this. I really like the result . . . not only have I often played a Druid when playing D&D (my all-time favourite character, Rhianna, is a Druid), but I think this actually fits me fairly well in "real life" too - ignoring the obvious, like the fact I'm not actually an elf ::grin:: - but the philosophical stuff is a pretty good fit for me. Bit of a tree-hugger, I am. ::grin::
Anyhow, to see
I Am A: Neutral Good Elf Ranger Druid
Neutral Good characters believe in the power of good above all else. They will work to make the world a better place, and will do whatever is necessary to bring that about, whether it goes for or against whatever is considered 'normal'.
Elves are the eldest of all races, although they are generally a bit smaller than humans. They are generally well-cultured, artistic, easy-going, and because of their long lives, unconcerned with day-to-day activities that other races frequently concern themselves with. Elves are, effectively, immortal, although they can be killed. After a thousand years or so, they simply pass on to the next plane of existance.
Rangers are the defenders of nature and the elements. They are in tune with the Earth, and work to keep it safe and healthy.
Druids are a special variety of Cleric who serves the Earth, and can call upon the power in the earth to accomplish their goals. They tend to be somewhat fanatical about defending natural settings.
Mielikki is the Neutral Good goddess of the forest and autumn. She is also known as the Lady of the Forest, and is the Patron of Rangers. Her followers are devoted to nature, and believe in the positive and outreaching elements of it. They use light armor, and a variety of weapons suitable for hunting, which they are quite skilled at. Mielikki's symbol is a unicorn head.
Find out What D&D Character Are You?, courtesy ofNeppyMan (e-mail)
Oh - and I updated my Sorting Hat quiz a bit, so even if you've taken it before, you might want to go take it again (especially if you were surprised with your response the first time). I added some questions which (believe it or not) are designed to allow you to self-select your house. I think (and had feedback to this effect, as well), that this is very much in line with what we learn in "Order of the Pheonix:" that the hat does take into account a strong preference on the part of the student. So, if you feel strongly that you should be in a certain house, you'll know how to answer the additional questions which would put you there. And if you *still* end up in a different house, then maybe the Sorting Hat is trying to tell you something. ::grin::
In any case my own result hasn't changed:
Professor MacFusty's Hogwarts Sorting Hat
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