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Via MK Hobson...and hmm, I wonder just how many fantasy writers will get exactly this same result? Because it does kind of makes sense... ;)

Your result for The What Middle Earth race do you belong to Test...


You scored 0% Size & Strength, 76% Morality, 35% Aggression, and 88% Intelligence.

You scored high in morality and intelligence, but lower in physical strength and aggression, which means you're probably a Wizard. Counted among the very wise and (with that one exception) good creatures of Middle Earth are the Wizards, or Istari. Though they appear as old men, the Istari are actually powerful Maiar spirits sent from Valinor to Middle Earth to act as caretakers of the land and guides to men and beasts. Their supernatural heritage means they're also the only line of defense against rogue Maiar like Balrogs. Though only Gandalf, Saruman and Radagast are named through the novels, there are two other Wizards at large in Middle Earth, quietly working to bring tranquility to their surroundings.

Your polar opposite is the Urûk-Hai.

Take The What Middle Earth race do you belong to Test at HelloQuizzy


In non-meme news, I woke up WAY too early today, was convinced that I was far too sleepy to write...then had a really good writing session and finished a new chapter of Kat by Starlight. Hooray! Better yet, I took a lovely café trip later with a friend I hadn't seen in way too long. And hey - now I get to be a wizard, too! Maybe tonight's the time to pull back out my LotR Trivial Pursuit game in honor of my new status...

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