A SelectSmart.com Selector by osu992 Last Updated: 06/07/05
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy...One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
One Ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them...It is obviously not too advanced, as the options available in the construction process are limited, but it is pretty much better than the others and one of the best Lord of the Rings Personality Tests that you will find. Others have question and answer flaws that I hope to more or less improve upon. That, along with making new quite original questions that help with the dishonesty factor, are intended to make a selector of overall accuracy. This Selector has questions more realistic to human life (obviously you aren't immortal, so asking you if you are is foolish). Answer now to discover the character whose personality resembles you most from... ****You will encounter follow up questions to some of the questions asked below. Treat them only as guides to make inferences from as to aid in answering in the original question.***** Oh and try to be honest so you don't get inaccurate results. If your personality is leaning at all toward one way, but you don't want to pick it because it may make you look bad, put it that way anyway. No one else is going to see and telling the truth will give accurate results, which is why your here right?
If you want even more accuracy, have a friend answer these based on you to see others' opinions of you. If your friend has any clue want they are talking about, then average those results together and see which character's personality you reflect the most. Items from Amazon.com you might like. See the poll based on this selector.
This SelectSmart.com Lord of the Rings selector, a free online personality quiz, is a creation of osu992 and for amusement purposes only. The implicit and explicit opinions expressed here are the author's. SelectSmart.com does not necessarily agree.
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