What Do Your Favorite Famous Characters Definitively Say About You?

Who are your favorite heroes & villains and what does it say about your psyche? Are you ready to find out? Let's go!

J. Dalvy
Created By J. Dalvy
On Mar 29, 2017

You Admire The Hero

You Admire The Hero

The most famous of all archetypes, you strive for honesty and to see the best in others. You may not, however, always see it in yourself. Self-doubt is an ever present enemy, but your fondness for 'hero' characters shows a true psychological willingness to do what is right and best for all. These qualities are timelessly embodies in such heroes as Bilbo & Frodo Baggins, Captain America, Luke Skywalker, and Harry Potter.

You Envy The Rebel

You Envy The Rebel

A rogue yourself, you have always held offbeat beliefs and prefer life outside the 'conventional'. You've got a strong rebellious streak, and do very poorly with people you don't respect attempting to give you orders - which leads to an envy of the responsibility-free lifestyle of most rebel characters. You are, however, unbelievably overprotective of those you love and would give your life for theirs in an instant. These tenacious qualities are best embodies in classic rebels such as Han Solo, Tony Stark, Wolverine, and Arya Stark.

You Embody The Optimist

You Embody The Optimist

Upbeat and truly optimistic at heart, you embody the pure wonder and hopefulness seen in such famous characters as Samwise Gamgee, Peter Parker/Spiderman, Ron Weasley, and Anna of Frozen. While most will receive a category that tells them of characters they wish to be like - you are very much like these fictional idols in life. Your energy is infectious, and you very much prefer sunshine to doom and gloom.

You Revere The Independent

You Revere The Independent

One of the most respected and heralded categories of famous characters, you revere the Independence embodied in such timeless warriros as Wonder Woman, Daenerys Targaryen, Aragorn, and Princess Leia Organa. Each of these stoic characters is self-reliant with the heart of a lion, and do not require the support or approval of others. You strive for truth in politics, love, and life, and no matter how many times life beats you down - you ALWAYS get back up.

You Praise The Aggressor

You Praise The Aggressor

This is perhaps the most interesting and morally ambiguous result one can receive. Characters you favor are prone to outbursts and violence; They tend to embody single emotions that you may struggle with yourself - i.e. Hulk embodies Anger, Snape jealously, and Harley Quinn dependence.

Aggressor characters are typically feared and/or respected for their dangerous nature. You praise this quality, and wish to embody it yourself.

You Idolize The Beauty

You Idolize The Beauty

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and you seek it in everything. Physical beauty and aesthetics are very important to you, yet you tend to focus on 'inner beauty' as much as visages. While your love of the finer things in life leads to a fondness for 'lookers's such as Legolas, Thor, and Belle, your tendency to see inner-beauty is embodied by such characters as Hagrid or Brienne of Tarth.

You Honor The Wise

You Honor The Wise

You strive for knowledge and value intellect above all else, drawing you to characters of wisdom, honor, and stoicism. A very distinct archetype, the wise leader is a popular character role that is, however, only mastered in rare instances, such as Gandalf, Professor X, Dumbledore, and Obi-Wan Kenobi. Age does not falter you, as you welcome the wisdom it brings.

You Hail The Fallen

You Hail The Fallen

Your survival instincts are strong - you'll do whatever it takes to get what you want. In no way are you inherently evil, this simply embodies itself in a fondness for "fallen" characters such as Darth Vader, Magneto, and Loki - who have seen and felt enough in life to choose a darker path. Other, more anarchist characters such as The Joker, appeal to your strong self-interest, which longs for the freedom to do as you please rather than ever be ordered around.