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Kitty Revolver

Calm, Spontaneous, Relaxed, Grounded, and Practical

The Action Components (23%)
The Mastery Components (26%)
The Social Components (40%)
The Creativity Components (20%)


This was fun. It is a bit weird to see creativity so low as I love diving into the creative aspects of creating and customizing (although I did get 64% on the design subcomponent).

melponeme_k

It turns out I'm not much of a gamer at all. Which I haven't been lately. But the survey is very diplomatic about labeling the unmotivated.

Action 5%
Social 26%
Mastery 6%
Achievement 1% (LOL)
Creativity 41% (Meaning I want do anything else other than game.XD)
Immersion 24%

Amanda Dallin

Action 3%
Social 6%
Mastery 44%
Achievement 23%
Creativity 84%
Immersion 90%

seems fairly accurate

sirhc deSantis

Erm perhaps 'Select the ironman / permadeath option when it is available ' was a bit asking for trouble otherwise..

Action 23
Social 12
Mastery 94
Achievement 2
Creativity 95
Immersion 0

Have to get that Social thing down though.
Surprisingly fun.

VokeyDokey

I've been avoiding online and console gaming until recently, when friends in SL urged me to join them in DDO and Rift. These results are from an "old noob".

Action: 31- destruction 23/excitement 44
Social: 25- Competition 22/ community 37
Mastery: 75- Challenge 74/ Strategy 64
Achievement: 16- Completion 12/ Power 29
Creativity: 56- Discovery 73/ Design 39
Immersion: 18- fantasy 55/ Story 5.

Pretty much reflects my RL personality.

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