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Vanhempasi haluavat sinun alkavan oppipojaksi. Kaksi paikkaa on avoinna. Alatko:
Vanhempasi haluavat sinun alkavan oppipojaksi. Kaksi paikkaa on avoinna. Alatko:
a) Akolyytiksi hengellisessä järjestössä
a) Akolyytiksi hengellisessä järjestössä
b) Kylän suutarin oppipojaksi
b) Kylän suutarin oppipojaksi

Versio 19. helmikuuta 2008 kello 01.03

Tällä sivulla on toistaiseksi vain Ultimoista tuttuja kysymyksiä, joihin toivon pelaajien vastaavan. Eläydy hahmoosi, ja mieti, miten hän toimisi näissä hypoteettisissa tilanteissa.

Vanhempasi haluavat sinun alkavan oppipojaksi. Kaksi paikkaa on avoinna. Alatko:

a) Akolyytiksi hengellisessä järjestössä

b) Kylän suutarin oppipojaksi


Thy parents wish thee to become an apprentice. Two positions are available. Dost thou:

   * Become an acolyte in the spiritual order
   * Become an assistant to a humble village cobbler


As one of the King's Guard, thy Captain has asked that one amongst you visit a hospital to cheer the children with tales of thy valiant deeds. Dost thou:

   * Let another go
   * Agree and play the braggart


Thy friend seeks admittance to thy Spiritual order. Thou art asked to vouch for his purity of Spirit, of which thou art unsure. Dost thou:

   * Vouch for him, hoping for his improvement
   * Express thy doubt

Thou hast been taught to preserve all life as sacred. A man lies fatally stung by a venomous serpent. He pleads for a merciful death. Dost thou:

   * Heed thy beliefs and refuse
   * End his pain

Thou art at a crossroads in thy life. Dost thou:

   * Choose the life of a Paladin, striving for Truth and Courage
   * Choose the life of a Shepherd, and a world of simplicity and peace

During a pitched battle, thou dost see a fellow desert his post, endangering many. As he flees, he is set upon by several enemies. Dost thou:

   * Let him fight alone
   * Risk thine own life to aid him

Thou hast sworn to do thy Lord's bidding in all. He covets a piece of land and orders the owner removed. Dost thou:

   * Keep thine oath and unfairly evict the landowner
   * Refuse to act, thus being disgraced

Thou hast been sent to secure a needed treaty with a distant Lord. Thy host is agreeable to the proposal but insults thy country at dinner. Dost thou:

   * Bear the slurs
   * Rise and demand an apology

Thou hast been prohibited by thy absent Lord from joining thy friends in a close pitched battle. Dost thou:

   * Aid thy comrades, knowing thou may deny it later.
   * Refrain, so thou may claim obedience.

Although a teacher of music, thou art a skillful wrestler. Thou hast been asked to fight in a local championship. Dost thou:

   * Decline knowing thou art sure to win
   * Accept the invitation and fight to win

Thou art sworn to protect thy Lord at any cost, yet thou knowest he hast committed a crime. Authorities ask the of the affair, dost thou:

   * Silently keep thine oath
   * Break thine oath by speaking

A merchant owes thy friend money, now long past due. Thou dost see the same merchant drop a purse of gold. Dost thou:

   * Give thy friend a portion of the gold first
   * Return the purse intact

Thou art an elderly, wealthy eccentric. Thy end is near. Dost thou:

   * Donate all thy wealth to feed hundreds of starving children, and receive public adulation
   * Quitely live out thy life, willing thy fortune to thy heirs

Thee and thy friends have been routed and ordered to retreat. In defiance of thy orders, dost thou:

   * Give thyself to slow the pursuing enemy, so others can escape
   * Stop to aid a wounded companion

Thou dost manage to disarm thy mortal enemy in a duel. He is at thy mercy. Dost thou:

   * Slay him as expected of a duelist
   * Permit him to yield

Thou art sworn to uphold a Lord who participates in the forbidden torture of prisoners. Each night their cries of pain reach thee. Dost thou:

   * Report the deeds
   * Keep thine oath and ignore the deeds

Thou dost believe that virtue resides in all people. Thou dost see a rogue steal from thy Lord. Dost thou:

   * Personally try to sway him back to the path of good
   * Call him to justice

Thy Lord mistakenly believes he slew a dragon. Thou hast proof that thy lance felled the beast. When asked, dost thou:

   * Permit thy Lord his belief
   * Claim the kill and the prize

After 20 years thou hast found the slayer of thy best friends. The villain proves to be a man who provides the sole support for a young girl. Dost thou:

   * Slay him
   * Spare him for the girl

A local bully pushes for a fight. Dost thou:

   * Trounce the rogue
   * Decline, knowing that no lasting good will come of it

In thy youth thou pledged to marry thy sweetheart. Now thou art on a sacred quest in distant lands. Thy sweetheart asks thee to keep thy vow. Dost thou:

   * Honor thy pledge to wed
   * Follow thy spiritual crusade

During battle thou art ordered to guard thy commmander's empty tent. The battle goes poorly and thou dost yearn to aid thy fellows. Dost thou:

   * Keep thy post as guard
   * Enter the battle to aid thy companions

Thou art a bounty hunter sworn to return an alleged murderer. After his capture, thou believest him to be innocent. Dost thou:

   * Keep thy oath to return him
   * Surrender thy sizeable bounty for thy belief

Unwitnessed, thou hast slain a great dragon in self defense. A poor warrior claims the offered reward. Dost thou:

   * Step forward to claim the reward
   * Go about life, secure in thy self-esteem

Entrusted to deliver an uncounted purse of gold, thou dost meet a poor beggar. Dost thou:

   * Deliver the gold knowing the trust in thee was well-placed.
   * Give the beggar a coin, knowing it won't be missed.

Thee and thy friend are valiant but penniless warriors. Thou both go out to slay a mighty dragon. Thy friend thinks he slew it, thee did. When asked, dost thou:

   * Claim the gold
   * Allow thy friend the large reward

Thou hast spent thy life in charitable and righteous work. Thine uncle the innkeeper lies ill and asks you to take over his tavern. Dost thou:

   * Give thy life of purity to aid thy kin
   * Decline and follow thy spirit's call

A mighty knight accosts thee and demands thy food. Dost thou:

   * Refuse and engage the knight
   * Give thy food unto the hungry knight?