Quizzes Old/Young Quiz Old/Young Quiz July 1, 2021 Back Dear Students, Gone are the days when you wasted time with Good — either learning it OR learning how to fight it. After your inconsequential first and second years, no longer are the schools divided into Good and Evil. They are fully united in villainy and mayhem, separated only by generational experience. Welcome to the School for Old and New. This entrance exam will determine where you fit into the new world order we are creating. Each question is designed to delve deep into your soul to determine how much of it is Old and how much of it is Young. Take it as many times as you wish. Each time, the questions will change. But you are Evil through and through, or on your way to becoming so. There is no alternate option. All that is left is to determine is your path going forward. If you enter the School for Old, you will refresh your memory with courses that will remind you of all the ways you can rewrite your tale endings, and additionally prepare you for newly undead life. If you enter the School for New, you will learn how to use your energy and youth to bring glory to villainy. Just remember: wherever you are placed, Evil will prevail. Which school is yours? The School Master During a class in the Blue Forest, your arch-nemesis finds something rotted on the ground and dares you to touch it or admit you're a wimp. With the rest of your classmates egging you on, you:Bristle at the challenge to your pride and touch itTurn it into an opportunity to challenge him to a bigger fight outside of classTurn it back around on him, saying he found it first and he'd only ask you to touch it if HE'S scaredCall him a goon, refuse, and walk awayThe most popular kid in the class is your partner for a huge project. When they end up wanting you to do most of the work, you:Do it in the hopes it’ll help you earn their favorOnly agree to do it under the terms that they help boost your own popularityManipulate them into thinking they’re cooler if they do most of the work insteadStay firm on having them do their fair shareOn the first day of school, it’s your only chance to make a good first impression. Do you:Pull some kind of stunt to impress everyoneGo with the flow so no one finds anything objectionable about youGo in confident but make sure you’re friendly to everyoneDo your own thing instead of trying to fit inDuring a school picnic, clouds suddenly roll in and the temperature drops. Do you:Do nothing and stay outside since you run hotRun a few laps to shake off the tiny chill and also show offHuddle a little closer to your crush to keep warmGo back inside for a coat because you know you’ll be freezing coldWhen a friend points out that you’ve been walking around with toilet paper hanging out of the back of your pants:Hide in your room for the rest of the day out of embarrassmentLeave it when you see other people noticed and act like you did it on purposePull it out and pretend it never happenedWave it off and tell everyone you’re saving it for laterSomeone picks up the last copy of the library book you need for a project right before you can reach it. Do you:Knock out your classmate with a spell and take the bookRant about why you need the book nowAsk your classmate if you can share the bookGo to the front desk and place a hold to make sure you'll get the book nextBetween being cold during class and wearing a sweater that’s ugly but keeps you warm, you choose to:Bury the sweater in your closet and just pretend you’re not freezingTake the sweater off periodically so you only have it on for half the dayTurn ugly sweater-wearing into a trendWear the sweater all day — you refuse to be coldYour usual stop on the Flowerground is closing, and you can either use a dangerous, experimental spell to get to school or travel an extra half-day to reach the next nearest Flowerground stop. Do you:Try the experimental spell -- the risks are worth saving the time!Force your parents to move so you're closer to the next stopStay with a friend who lives closer to the next stop so you can travel togetherPlay it safe and just plan for an extra half-day of travelWhen you’re falsely accused of sneaking off school grounds and you get in trouble but it also makes you look cooler:Pretend it’s true and reap the social rewardsConvince your friends to share the blame so you’re not alone in being punished or looking coolerQuietly prove to the teachers that it wasn’t you while letting everyone else think it wasStill deny everything loudly and with outrageAt dinner, there's a new, pungent dish being served that all your classmates hate but you actually love. Do you:Act disgusted and pretend to hate it just like everyone elseSay nothing but sneak a helping into your bag to eat by yourself laterShrug and quietly finish what's on your plateDeclare defiantly that you love it and go for seconds and thirds11 out of 10Time is Up!