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King Edward I
You scored 62 Wisdom, 81 Tactics, 55 Guts, and 45 Ruthlessness!
Or rather, King Edward the Longshanks if you’ve seen Braveheart. You,
like Edward, are incredibly smart and shrewd, but you win at any
costs…. William Wallace died at his hands after a fierce Scottish
rebellion against his reign. Despite his reputation though, Longshanks
had the best interests of his people at heart. But God help you if you
got on his bad side.

My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

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You scored higher than 45% on Unorthodox
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You scored higher than 86% on Tactics
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You scored higher than 53% on Guts
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You scored higher than 39% on Ruthlessness

Link: The Which Historic General Are You Test written by dasnyds on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test

I can deal with that. Although I would have liked some more options on the questions: if your enemy has retreated to highly defensible positions around the city you’re supposed to be attacking, you may want to consider making a fuck of a lot of noise at the city gates while your main forces sneak around and attack them from behind, rather than simply weighing a frontal assault against waiting them out.

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Published in: on October 28, 2005 at 22:04  Comments (6)  

6 Comments

  1. Well, the question is whether or not the city is the enemy capital…

  2. Well, the question is whether or not the city is the enemy capital…

  3. Very true. But if you can sneak around and hit the enemy when they’re not looking, the taking of the capital becomes a much more straightforward matter.

  4. Very true. But if you can sneak around and hit the enemy when they’re not looking, the taking of the capital becomes a much more straightforward matter.

  5. If properly defended, there shouldn’t be any sneaking around to the other side of the city.
    If time permits, then surround the city, hunker down, and begin seige preparations.
    If time doesn’t permit… well, sometimes circumstances don’t allow for anything but direct assaults. Depending on whether or not you want the city intact, aerial and artillery bombardment can be used to good effect. After all, there’s nowhere to hide in a place that doesn’t allow one to withdraw.

  6. If properly defended, there shouldn’t be any sneaking around to the other side of the city.
    If time permits, then surround the city, hunker down, and begin seige preparations.
    If time doesn’t permit… well, sometimes circumstances don’t allow for anything but direct assaults. Depending on whether or not you want the city intact, aerial and artillery bombardment can be used to good effect. After all, there’s nowhere to hide in a place that doesn’t allow one to withdraw.


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