"Game of Thrones" has become a phenomenon in modern society: a series of books by the American writer George R. R. Martin "A Song of Ice and Fire" has become a bestseller, and the series has received millions of views and has been nominated for many prestigious awards.
Psychologists explain such huge popularity not only with an unpredictable plot and a fresh narrative style but also with carefully written psychological portraits of characters. After all, the actions of heroes are often a projection of the unrealized desires of modern man.
Which Game Of Thrones House Do You Belong In?
You probably at least once have imagined yourself as a member of one of the Great Houses and thought about how you would act in this or that situation. Are you a Stark, Lannister, Targaryen, Arryn, Greyjoy, Tyrell, Tully, Martell, or Baratheon? Professional psychologists have compiled a general psychological portrait of each of the Great Houses’ characters, and today we can find out how much you share the values of the main families of Westeros.
This test is based on an assessment of your personal qualities but it is designed for entertainment purposes only and should not be taken too seriously.
You will be asked 40 questions; answer honestly, without thinking for too long. Note this test is intended solely for entertainment purposes; its results should not be used for making any decision or as a specialist's advice.
1. I like to think about how one could improve the world.
2. I like order and regularity.
3. I often have a feeling of irritation towards my family.
4. My friends often consult with me.
5. I'm quite a sentimental person.
6. I demand the recognition I deserve.
7. I find it hard to admit I’m wrong.
8. I can pretend to be friendly with important people to look better in their eyes.
9. I strive to get more pleasure in life than other people.