How Ancient Civilised Are You?
Do you believe in one god and one god only, or do you believe in more than one?
What tools would you have used to fight with?
What is your perception of life and happiness?
What is your desire in war?
Do you find it hard to adapt to new situations?
If you were sat down at the dinner table, what would it look like?
How do you like to entertain yourself?
What is the finest form of luxury?
How should one be punished in your mind?
How do you feel about the future?
You are just as civilised as the Ancient Egyptians. You believe in education and learning new ways of the world. Gold is your luxury and you want to build as many structures as possible and have a rich and luxurious happy life. You could definitely sit down and drink snakes blood while the baddies of the town are banished away into the desert.
You are as civilised as an Ancient Roman. You love fine dining and all things cultural. Sports are your passion and there is nothing more that you love that sitting down and watching the chariots brawl. You are an educated being and believe in love, leisure and literature. We must civilise the world with our Roman ways and you are the one crusader to do so.
You are an ancient Persian prince. Set in the desert storm, you believe that life is about survival and spice is the flavour of life. Life is simple and you have a hunter-gatherer mentality. When things don't go your way you believe in bloodshed and sacrifice. An eye for an eye is the way you like to live and you definitely could dine with Persian kings and queens on a daily basis.
Modern Day King
Modern Day King
You are a modern day marvel. Unfortunately you are not as civilised as the ancient world. You like modernity with it's guns and goods. You are such a millennial that you can't even imagine a world that wasn't focused on peace and the quest for happiness. You believe in justice and a criminals should be sentenced to a fair trial. Even if you wanted to live in the past, your modern day morals and ethics would make it a hard compromise.