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 school picnic, clouds suddenly roll in and the temperature drops. Do you:
After the Snow Ball a few of your friends want to sneak out one of the huge ice sculpture decorations. You’re tired and don’t actually feel like doing it. Do you:
On the first day of school, it’s your only chance to make a good first impression. Do you:
You go to the Groom Room on a whim and find it full already, with an hour-long wait to use any of the amenities. Do you:
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:
The 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:
Your friend asks you for a favor that turns out to be acting in their two-person musical, complete with awkward choreography and unflattering costumes. Do you:
At dinner, there's a new, pungent dish being served that all your classmates hate but you actually love. Do you:
Given the chance to boost your class ranking with extra credit that involves brewing an easy but time-consuming potion, you:
When a friend points out that you’ve been walking around with toilet paper hanging out of the back of your pants: