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Anti-Hero Test

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Han Solo: Han Solo, a charismatic character from the Star Wars universe, epitomizes the quintessential antihero. Solo is a roguish space smuggler with a heart of gold. He captains the iconic Millennium Falcon, often accompanied by his loyal Wookiee co-pilot, Chewbacca. Han's journey from a self-interested mercenary to a key figure in the Rebel Alliance's struggle against the Galactic Empire is central to his character arc. Known for his quick wit, bravado, and tendency to shoot first (Han shot first!), Han Solo embodies the archetype of the reluctant hero. He's cynical, sarcastic, and often motivated by personal gain, but his underlying moral compass and eventual commitment to a cause greater than himself endear him to both his in-universe peers and the cinematic audience. His romance with Princess Leia and his friendships with Luke Skywalker and other characters in the series add depth to his personality, showcasing his capacity for loyalty and love. Han Solo's lasting appeal lies in his complexity; he's not a traditional hero, but his flaws, charm, and courage make him one of the most iconic and beloved characters in the Star Wars saga and in popular culture at large.
 

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You were tied between multiple anti-heroes.
 

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Anti-Hero Test​

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You are the most like Severus Snape (85%).
 

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Dexter Morgan: Dexter Morgan, the central character of the TV series Dexter, is a compelling and unconventional antihero. Dexter works as a blood spatter analyst for the Miami Metro Police Department, a role that perfectly suits his dark secret: he is a serial killer. However, Dexter is not your typical villain. Haunted by a traumatic childhood and imbued with a strict moral code instilled by his adoptive father, Dexter channels his homicidal urges toward criminals who have escaped the justice system. His targets are murderers, rapists, and those deemed morally reprehensible, making him a unique type of vigilante. Dexter's character is a study in contrasts. Outwardly, he maintains a façade of normalcy: he's a dedicated professional, a seemingly caring brother, and, for a time, a loving husband and stepfather. Inwardly, Dexter grapples with his lack of emotional connection and his urge to kill. His inner monologues, a key element of the show, provide insight into his complex psyche, revealing a man constantly at war with himself. The show delves into themes of justice, morality, and the nature of evil, with Dexter's character embodying these gray areas. Dexter Morgan, with his chilling yet oddly justifiable approach to murder, stands as one of television's most intriguing and paradoxical figures.

I've been compared to this character a few times.
 

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I got very close scores on 4 of the characters, and thus an indecisive rating. The only one I have been compared to IRL is Snape. I don't know who a couple of these folks are.
 

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I got very close scores on 4 of the characters, and thus an indecisive rating. The only one I have been compared to IRL is Snape. I don't know who a couple of these folks are.

I remember I got compared to Snape here once, along time ago. I was taking the Pottermore test, and got Slytherin , which bothered me. Someone reassured me by saying that I reminded them of Snape, who turned out to be good.

(I don't think Slytherin is correct, though. Really, I'm Ravenpuff, who has been leaning very strongly towards Hufflepuff recently. I think part of it was that they had a question about which chest you liked the best, and I picked the black chest with glowing green stuff streaming out of it. Of course I would pick that, since those have always been some of my favorite colors.)

Anyway, who don't you recognize?
 
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Tyler Durden and Thomas Shelby. Sure, I can look them up online, just too busy right now.
 

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Dexter Morgan: Dexter Morgan, the central character of the TV series Dexter, is a compelling and unconventional antihero. Dexter works as a blood spatter analyst for the Miami Metro Police Department, a role that perfectly suits his dark secret: he is a serial killer. However, Dexter is not your typical villain. Haunted by a traumatic childhood and imbued with a strict moral code instilled by his adoptive father, Dexter channels his homicidal urges toward criminals who have escaped the justice system. His targets are murderers, rapists, and those deemed morally reprehensible, making him a unique type of vigilante. Dexter's character is a study in contrasts. Outwardly, he maintains a façade of normalcy: he's a dedicated professional, a seemingly caring brother, and, for a time, a loving husband and stepfather. Inwardly, Dexter grapples with his lack of emotional connection and his urge to kill. His inner monologues, a key element of the show, provide insight into his complex psyche, revealing a man constantly at war with himself. The show delves into themes of justice, morality, and the nature of evil, with Dexter's character embodying these gray areas. Dexter Morgan, with his chilling yet oddly justifiable approach to murder, stands as one of television's most intriguing and paradoxical figures.

I've been compared to this character a few times.
Same. Ive not seen the show yet, so I dont know if its a compliment yet.
 

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Tyler Durden and Thomas Shelby. Sure, I can look them up online, just too busy right now.
I had to look up Thomas Shelby. He's from Peaky Blinders which is a series about organized crime in the UK in the first half of the 20th century. I haven't seen it, but @ceecee enjoys it. I do know Cillian Murphy plays the lead and he's a terrific actor who deserves an Oscar this year.

I'm surprised you haven't heard of Tyler Durden. Tyler Durden is the charismatic stranger in Fight Club who comes up with the concept of fight clubs. He starts out with this anti-consumerist ideology that ends up being a front for something else. I wouldn't say it's a perfect movie, but it's an extremely relevant movie, over 20 years later. Without derailing into politics, there are lots of aspiring Tyler Durdens all over the place.
 
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I had to look up Thomas Shelby. He's from Peaky Blinders which is a series about organized crime in the UK in the first half of the 20th century. I haven't seen it, but @ceecee enjoys it. I do know Cillian Murphy plays the lead and he's a terrific actor who deserves an Oscar this year.

I'm surprised you haven't heard of Tyler Durden. Tyler Durden is the charismatic stranger in Fight Club who comes up with the concept of fight clubs. He starts out with this anti-consumerist ideology that ends up being a front for something else. I wouldn't say it's a perfect movie, but it's an extremely relevant movie, over 20 years later. Without derailing into politics, there are lots of aspiring Tyler Durdens all over the place.

The funny thing is Tyler Durden is just the personification of masturbating to gay porn.
 

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Dexter Morgan: Dexter Morgan, the central character of the TV series Dexter, is a compelling and unconventional antihero. Dexter works as a blood spatter analyst for the Miami Metro Police Department, a role that perfectly suits his dark secret: he is a serial killer. However, Dexter is not your typical villain. Haunted by a traumatic childhood and imbued with a strict moral code instilled by his adoptive father, Dexter channels his homicidal urges toward criminals who have escaped the justice system. His targets are murderers, rapists, and those deemed morally reprehensible, making him a unique type of vigilante. Dexter's character is a study in contrasts. Outwardly, he maintains a façade of normalcy: he's a dedicated professional, a seemingly caring brother, and, for a time, a loving husband and stepfather. Inwardly, Dexter grapples with his lack of emotional connection and his urge to kill. His inner monologues, a key element of the show, provide insight into his complex psyche, revealing a man constantly at war with himself. The show delves into themes of justice, morality, and the nature of evil, with Dexter's character embodying these gray areas. Dexter Morgan, with his chilling yet oddly justifiable approach to murder, stands as one of television's most intriguing and paradoxical figures.
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I've been compared to this character a few times.


Yeah, I got the same character in the end.
 

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You appear to resemble two or more equally prominent Lion King characters. It is possible that you are an equal fit for each of those characters. On the other hand, it is also possible that you simply answered the questions in such a way that you ended up with tied results, even though, in reality, you do take after a definite Lion King character. Whether you really are an equal fit for all of these characters, or you just happened to get an equal score on all of them, we are unable to say; we are therefore also unable to give you a more personalized description. But you can consult the chart above to see which of the characters you scored the strongest on.

Fascinating. I did not realize these are all Lion King villains. *eyeroll*
 
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Same. Ive not seen the show yet, so I dont know if its a compliment yet.
I've watched all of it. I think it's overall a great show and he's a very interesting character. He's complex. And he strives to do the right thing. So it's not not a compliment. lol
 
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