Which Character Are You in Red Rising?

Which character are you in Red Rising? Take this quiz to find out.

Michelle
Created by Michelle
On Jan 26, 2017

How will you survive war?

What's your weapon?

What do your friends think of you?

What do you think of yourself?

How will you feel after you killed someone?

Which low-color are you?

Which mid-color are you?

Which high-color are you?

Which one of these quotes do you like?

Darrow (Reaper)

Darrow (Reaper)

Darrow is a charismatic leader, capable of winning friends and allies with his considerable force of personality. His bold nature and skill at delivering speeches wins him the admiration and loyalty of many. He can make rash decisions without consideration for others at times, but he comes to learn from his mistakes and becomes a strong leader. He is willing to take great risks to achieve his goals.

Mustang

Mustang

Mustang is known best for her genius level intellect and high IQ. She is seen as something of a visionary at her age among the Golds, and shows great skill for politics. She has keen political instincts and is willing to befriend, charm, and work with others well, winning friends and allies easily. She is also very loyal to her family, even when they don't demonstrate the same in return. Mustang does her best to ensure the strength and safety of her family.

Sevro

Sevro

Sevro is indifferent to others that he doesn't know, but is very loyal to certain people. He is also cunning and sneaky, having a quick wit and a crude sense of humor which he is not at all shy about. Sevro has a sensitive side which sometimes results in him overreacting. He values loyalty and trust.

The Jackal

The Jackal

The Jackal appears to have psychopathic tendencies, with him denouncing morals as hypocritical. Despite this, The Jackal seems to have some tendencies of affection hunger, often desiring it from his father who he "worshipped and obeyed". He also truly cared for his mother whose death may have actually triggered these urges. This leads to him often becoming dedicated to winning to the point of being manic when he loses. He often views himself as being alone and may actually view power as being a substitute for actual affection.

Roque

Roque

Roque is calm and is known for his quiet nature and composure even in intense situations. As a poet, he is fond of using poetry to get across particular ideas and pieces of advice. Roque is mostly fairly gentle, not one for outbursts of temper. However, when sufficiently angered, Roque is a skilled liar and is more than willing to use extreme prejudice to defeat an enemy. He can be a loyal friend to those he cares for, however, Roque's outwardly compassion and calm hides his firm, rigid beliefs in the notions of the supremacy of the Golds in the Society. While not outwardly cruel to the lowColors, he has little sympathy in them as well, and believes that Golds have a right to be above others.

Nero

Nero

Nero is a very stoic man, he was said to be a mite cold by Lorn au Arcos. Darrow perceived him to think himself above morality and concepts of good and evil: putting concerns for humanity's survival above all else. However, he is not entirely without emotion, as demonstrated by his reactions to his two heirs' deaths. As with most Golds, he is deeply calculatingly and manipulative. Hic Sunt Leones!

Eo

Eo

Eo was idealistic and inspiring to most. She is a one dimensional, perfectly pure, do no wrong girl with an amazing capacity for kindness. But, she was also a young girl who could be spiteful and petty despite her kindness.

Fitchner

Fitchner

Fitchner is gruff and coarse, possessing quick wit, a filthy mouth, and a crude sense of humor that contrasts strongly with his Gold peers. While he seems to be a lazy vagrant to most, Fitchner possesses a a shrewd, cunning mind and was considered by many to be a master strategist and a visionary. Additionally, he considers himself to be brilliant at maths and calculations. Despite appearing to be crude and craven, Fitchner is brave and is capable of loving people very deeply, he never relished the prospect of killing innocents. For all his brilliance and talent, Fitchner was not overly vain, preferring to keep himself as he was, and never resorting to beautifying himself like most other Golds.