Your Score: House Tully
45% Dominant, 63% Extroverted, 81% Trustworthy
Dutiful. Affable. Total doormats. The kindest and gentlest of the houses, you are of House Tully.
You are a submissive personality, meaning that ruling is not something that intrigues you. You posses an odd kind of wisdom in knowing that the throne has too many drawbacks; your interests are far more domestic. You are no threat to the ruling powers, but your strong loyalties to hearth and home make you too difficult to be bought--and if you can’t be bought, you’re usually destroyed.
You are also introverted. You don’t enjoy broadcasting your devices and ambitions to the entire world; instead, you prefer to confide in a close-knit support system of friends and family. You’re very talkative with those you trust, and you’re the type of person who will review plans endlessly. Trust from you must be earned, and you’re very cautious around new people. In Westeros, that’s probably a good thing.
Perhaps most notably, you are trustworthy. Once you are connected to someone, you will stick with them, come Hell or high water. Your loyalties run very deep, and you’re definitely not the type to run willy-nilly betraying friends and destroying alliances. Unfortunately, you lack both the physical strength and the cojones to stand up to those who do you wrong. To those seeking power, you’re an obstacle--but a lawn mower doesn’t fear the garden gnome. Lions, dragons, and krakens all eat fish like you for breakfast.
Representative characters include: Catelyn Stark, Edmure Tully, and Brynden "Blackfish" Tully
Similar Houses: Stark, Targaryen, and Tyrell
Opposite House: Greyjoy
When playing the game of thrones, you play it as best you can, even when your best isn’t good enough.
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I got to think way too make about the questions, probably spent fifteen seconds on each, and that ending sentence is making me look at my personality because of all the hard times I've been going through.
Yay personal life!
All of that other stuff - I find completely me, which is weird for a quiz. But that last sentence...it makes sense with all the other stuff, but I'm not like that. Now, at least. Sophomore year and below, I was exactly like that, enough to compared to being one of those annoying little tarriers who wouldn't just let go of your damn leg. But...I seem to have lost that spirit. Occasionally, I'll feel it and it will run it's course, but then suddenly get wiped out, either from me just falling asleep, random emotions coming up, or environmental affects. I knew this had happened before, but never had I considered it so directly. I think I'm getting better, though, even with a couple of new major set-backs.