You might have seen the memes online. Or sometimes your friend might tag you in the comments of a picture of a cat described as “Chaotic Evil” telling you that that’s “You AF lol.” So what does this all mean? Is it like the Myers-Briggs Personality Test?
Well, the moral alignment chart actually originated from popular fantasy game Dungeons and Dragons. In short, it’s a chart that categorises one’s ethics and morals which helps you to align yourself with the myriad of characters available for play.
While most online moral alignment charts tend to show you which fictional character you can be, we thought it’d be fun to see what your chart says about your sense of style, or lack thereof. Curious to see where you align? Take out quiz below and then scroll through for your alignment at the bottom!
Additional Reporting: Nicholas Chan
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1. On a scale from 1 to 9, how much of a rule follower are you?
A) 1 (You follow all the rules)
2. Pick the item that you are most likely to wear.
A) A little black dress
B) A mini bag
C) A tasseled skirt
D) A crisp white shirt
E) A fitted pair of jeans
F) A sequinned jacket
G) A sharp padded blazer
H) A bra top
I) A leather harness
3. Which one of these fictional characters appeal to you the most?
A) Captain America from The Avengers
B) Eleven from Stranger Things
C) Buffy Summers from Buffy The Vampire Slayer
D) Ron Swanson from Parks and Rec
E) Jim from The Office
F) Severus Snape from Harry Potter
G) Darth Vader from Star Wars
H) Cersei Lannister from Game of Thrones
I) Joker from The Dark Night
4. What’s your favourite fashion brand?
D) Bottega Venetta
E) Salvatore Ferragamo
I) Comme Des Garcon
5. A colleague you hate is applying for leave at the same time as you, but your boss is only willing to approve time-off for one person because of an ongoing project. Although your colleague applied for leave first, your reason is more urgent. The both of you are told to settle it between yourselves and inform her of your decision. What would you do?
A) Let your colleague take the leave as it’s only fair since she applied first
B) Tell your boss the truth about the leave reasons, and get her to decide who gets to go.
C) Let your colleague take the leave, but tell her and your boss that she needs to be on standby even if she’s away.
D) Let your colleague take the leave, but take full credit of the project even if your colleague helped out. He’s not around to defend himself anyway.
E) Flip a coin and let fate make the decision.
G) Threaten your colleague that if he doesn’t let you take the leave, you’ll quit and he won’t be able to take the leave anyway.
H) Talk to your boss first and tell her that your colleague has agreed to let you be the one to take the leave. And then lie to your colleague and tell her that your boss has made the decision to pick you.
I) Let your colleague take the leave, and then closer to the date, just take urgent leave on your own anyway.
6. You and your friend are up for a promotion. Do you badmouth her to get promoted over her? You’re equal in every way.
A) No. You share your good and bad points. After all, whoever that gets the promotion needs to be deserving of it.
B) No, but you would make sure all of your good points were highlighted.
C) Yes, but only if it were true. After all, if your friend wasn’t capable, your boss should know.
D) No. You want the process to be as fair as possible and based on both of your merits.
E) No. Your boss can decide.
F) Yes, but only by mistake.
G) Yes. Find every single bad quality she has and back it up with evidence so that if you’re confronted, you can show that you only have the company’s best interest at heart.
H) Yes without a doubt. It’s a competition after all.
I) Yes. You’re even willing to exaggerate and lie even if there was no proof. It’s your word against hers anyway.
7. If you were guilty, would you confess your crime?
A) Yes, I’ll even turn myself in.
B) Yes, but only if I were caught.
C) Yes, so that I will get a lighter sentence.
D) Yes, and accept any punishment the court deems fit.
E) I’ll just let the jury or the judge decide.
F) Yes, but only if I can get a plea deal that pardons me. Even if I have to turn someone else in.
G) No. I’d make the court try to prove my guilt.
H) No, but I will try to prove my “innocence”.
I) No, and I’ll find a scapegoat to take the blame.