Quiz: Which Game Of Thrones Character Are You?

 

 

Netflix indeed has been one of the most popular advancements when it comes to providing ease and comfort while watching a movie. As much as they are about entertainment, they also provide us a break from the reality even if it is just 2 hours. With rom-coms and high school drama, below listed movies has all that we need for a break covered. With sappy dialogues and cringe storyline they also have drama, tragedy and thrill to make us feel something different from stress.

  1. Love, Simon

As Nick Robinson as Simon Spier who is a closeted gay teenager, the movie is based on a renowned Young Adult novel, “Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda” by Becky Albertalli. Simon prefers saving drama for the school musical theatre hence keeps his sexual identity a secret from everyone. But the action picks up when his mails with someone special get to someone they shouldn’t have. As he gets threatened, we come across some of the best and worst decisions that Simon makes.

2. Crazy Rich Asians

Only when you think you have seen all the crazy in the world, a movie like this comes up and proves you wrong. The story of a young badass professor at NYU, Rachel Chu who was unaware of his boyfriend’s background especially the financial one till she travels to Singapore with her boyfriend for his best friend’s wedding. Despite of being overwhelmed by the riches of Nick’s family and his mother’s cruelty, she manages to win everyone’s hearts. A movie with so much luxury and drama that will make you come back to it again and again.

“You’re not friends. You’ll never be friends. You’ll be in love ’til it kills you both. You’ll fight, and you’ll shag, and you’ll hate each other until it makes you quiver, but you’ll never be friends. Love isn’t brains, children, it’s blood — blood screaming inside you to work its will. I may be love’s bitch, but at least I’m man enough to admit it.”
― Joss Whedon

“They should.”

“Should be like a wood bee,” she said.

It was a private joke, a mocking appreciation of the slipperiness of even the simplest hope, a nonce catchphrase like so many others lifted from favorite movies or TV shows that served as a rote substitute for conversation and bound them like shut-in twins, each other’s best and, most often, only audience.”
― Stewart O’Nan, The Odds: A Love Story

“I lived through those books, songs, television shows, and movies – the way the characters talked, looked, acted. I thought that could translate over into reality, that I could make their world my world. I wanted so badly to run away from my life. But you can’t bury yourself in other people’s pages and scenes. You aren’t David Copperfield or Tom Sawyer. Those love songs on the radio might speak to you, but they’re not about you or the person you pine for. Life is not a John Hughes film.”
― Jason Diamond, Searching for John Hughes: Or Everything I Thought I Needed to Know about Life I Learned from Watching ’80s Movies

“It’s funny how we think life works a certain way because of TV and movies. Most people don’t really think about how scripts are edited and how people get to practice their lines and rehearse. If one doesn’t get it right they get to redo the scene until they do. In real life what’s missing or not working only comes up when we’re going along full blast. We end up being the editors of our lives only while we’re running in real time.”
― Mark Kendrick, Desert Sons


“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    First of all, what is your greatest characteristic?

    • Loyalty
    • Intelligence
    • Kindness
    • Organisation
    • Ruthlessness
    • Patience
  • Question of

    What is your worst characteristic?

    • Foolishness
    • Easily Manipulated
    • Easily Tempted
    • Selfish
    • Cruel
    • Stormy
  • Question of

    What is most important to you?

    • Me, myself and I
    • Power and success
    • The approval of others
    • Peace throughout the land
    • My goals
    • Friends and family
  • Question of

    Which of these would be you preferred location?

    • Snowy mountains
    • A tavern
    • A hot and dry climate
    • A bustling city
    • A castle
    • A small, remote village
  • Question of

    What is your usual demeanour?

    • Frowning
    • Happy
    • Focused
    • Angry
    • Worried
    • Calm
  • Question of

    You see a child being threatened by a guard. What do you do?

    • Watch with enjoyment while laughing
    • Walk over and threaten the guard to leave the child alone
    • Challenge the guard to a fight, in order to protect the child
    • Command the guard to leave the child alone, before taking them for a meal and wash
    • Come up with a plan to save the child from the guard
    • Leave them to it. The fate of the child is of no concern to me
  • Question of

    What are you most afraid of?

    • Not accomplishing my goals
    • White Walkers
    • Being alone
    • Losing respect and power
    • Confrontation
    • I’m not afraid of anything!
  • Question of

    Choose a favorite animal:

    • Wolf
    • Human (Flayed, that is)
    • Lion
    • Dragon
    • I love all creatures
    • Stag
  • Question of

    How much do you actually know about Game Of Thrones?

    • Every single thing. I have read all the books countless times!
    • I have a pretty good knowledge of the universe, I’d do well in a quiz
    • I love the series and have watched it countless times, but have never read the books
    • I haven’t read the books, but I’ve seen most of the series and have a pretty good idea of what’s going on
    • I’ve seen a few episodes, but have no idea who some of the character are
    • Nothing. I’ve never even watched it in all honesty
  • Question of

    Finally, who is your favourite character?

    • Jon Snow
    • Tyrion Lannister
    • Daenerys Targaryen
    • Cersei Lannister
    • Ramsay Snow
    • Arya Stark
  • Question of

    You catch your significant other cheating on you. What do you do next?

    • Demand that he/she return all your gifts and then move on to find another plaything.
    • Get falling down drunk.
    • Accept his/her apology and try to move on, but always remember how bad it felt.
    • I don’t have a significant other.
  • Question of

    You find a friendly pit-bull with no tags on the side of the road. You…

    • Throw a rock at it.
    • Call the animal shelter, knowing that it will probably be put down. But that’s still better than a death on the street.
    • Raise it as your own.
    • Do nothing at all.
  • Question of

    What is your ideal adult drinking establishment?

    • Something upscale, like a wine bar
    • Any bar will do, so long as you can get drunk there.
    • A bar that allows pets.
    • How about a lemonade stand instead?
  • Question of

    What is the key to success?

    • Money.
    • Knowledge.
    • Empathy.
    • Family.
  • Question of

    In your better moments, others may describe you as…

    • Loyal.
    • Clever.
    • Kind-hearted.
    • Devoted.
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