Kiwi Crocus (cranky__crocus) wrote,
Kiwi Crocus
cranky__crocus

Erm...

Your result for The Remarkably Thorough Harry Potter Character Test...

Albus Dumbledore

“It is the unknown we fear when we look upon death and darkness, nothing more.”






You are Albus Dumbledore, the Headmaster of Hogwarts and one of the most powerful sorcerers of all time. Dumbledore is coy, a little odd, and very friendly. Although he has a benevolent and peaceful disposition, he is assumed to be dangerous because of his intelligence. The ones who fear him are the ones who misunderstand him, much like Cornelius Fudge and Dolores Umbridge. He could be compared to people like Mahatma Gandhi or Martin Luther King, Jr.; while most honor and respect him, everyone else hates and ostracizes him. You are like Dumbledore in the sense that both of you are caring, open-minded, and always trying to put others before yourself. Dumbledore has his bad side, of course, what with his entanglement with Grindelwald, and so do you. You are not perfect, although you strive to be. You have a certain air of dignity about you, but you are not conceited or judgmental. Everyone seems to be drawn to your charm and whimsy, even if they’ve already decided that they dislike you. Keep doing what you're doing. It's working!



In short, you are more:



Cautious than impulsive


Mature than immature


Modest than arrogant


Weird than normal


Extroverted than introverted




Your polar opposite is Narcissa Malfoy.

Take The Remarkably Thorough Harry Potter Character Test at HelloQuizzy



I think I may require a bit more remarkable thoroughness. I must just be missing the likeness here.

Though I have always wanted a phoenix friend, or a unicorn friend, and I doubt this Remarkably Thorough test includes a one Wilhelmina Grubbly-Plank. Alas.

[Crossposted from dreamwidth.]
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