Are you a Sith or Jedi? Find out whether your personality best matches varying types of Jedi or Sith. Jabsticles published on January 31, 201327 responses 4 5.0★ / 5 Questions in vertical order The greatest strength is... Strength of mind Strength of body Strength of soul Strength of resolve Your friend falls off a cliff at the beach, landing in water. He cannot swim due to a heavy rip, and is barely staying afloat. How do you react? Dive right in after them! Together, you are certain to be able to swim back to shore. Climb down the cliff face and pull them back up to the wall, they can climb up with you. Run to get help, or enlist the assistance of a nearby bystander. Call for an ambulance, then scale down the cliff wall and keep them afloat until help arrives. You find a homeless family on the street. They have recently been evicted from their home by a landlord, yet they have done nothing wrong. What is your response? The landlord is well within his rights to evict whomever he chooses to. An unfortunate but legal situation. Direct the family to a homeless shelter or charity, and attempt to negotiate with the landlord. Give them directions to a homeless shelter or charity, and buy them some food. Then, let'shave a "talk" with this landlord... Escort them to the homeless shelter then contact the charity, informing them of the family's situation. Attempt to contact the landlord to let him know of the trouble he's caused. The person you love most is dying. There is a cure to the disease they have, but the government refuses to administer it because it has not passed all the tests, and has a small chance of causing more pain. What do you do? Stay with the person and grieve when they are lost, but eventually move on. Blackmail the official in charge of the cure to give it to you, then administer it. If it doesn't work, you can place the blame on the official. Steal the cure and give it to the loved one. You cannot just sit there and watch them die! Help desperately with the trials and research, so that the bureaucrats can give it to them. You sit an exam for your favourite subject, but the teacher did not cover the content that is included. What do you do? Walk out of the test immediately, contact the Education Department and report the teacher. Bring the error to the teacher's notice immediately and attempt to do it based on logic and previous knowledge. Refuse to sit the test and encourage others to boycott it too. Let the teacher know after the exam, trying to complete it in the meantime. Laugh and troll the answers. A drunk man begins to threaten a young lady with a knife outside a restaurant, demanding she return his phone. She defiantly yells back she has not got it. What do you do? Demand the lady return the drunken mans phone, without hesitation, or provide him with something of equal worth. Call the local authorities. Call the local authorities and attempt to disarm the man. Disarm the man and ensure he stays down with a well-placed knee to the groin. Call the authorities, attempt to coax the man into dropping his knife and get both sides of the story. A child runs past you, stealing a wheelchair-bound lady's handbag. You confront him, and he says he only wanted to buy a toy. What do you do? Knock the kid on his ass and give the lady back her bag. Give the lady her bag, and lecture the child over the morality of his decision. Take the child to the police and ensure he gets punished for thieving the bag. Give the bag back to the lady and let her deal with him. You find a wallet on the ground. It has precisely $30 in it, yet no identification at all. What do you do? Take it to the police station. Pick it up and ask around the local area for the owner. Take the money, and leave the wallet. Leave the wallet. You need not concern yourself. If you could have one wish out of the following, which would it be? Greater wisdom to make decisions with. Compliance with your ideals, so that none may argue or pose a threat. More compassion and wisdom in civilisation. The ability to protect who you care for, regardless of all others. Which of the following best describes your attitude towards loyalty? Loyal to a code of honour and to those of a greater cause. Loyal to your own honour and the honour of your friends. Loyal to yourself, you will protect yourself from harm by any needs. Loyal to your friends, you would break any code to save the ones you care for. A child at your school beats you up daily,and humiliates you with degrading insults to family members. How do you deal with this? Teachers never work. I'm going to make sure he pays, next time he throws a punch, I'm throwing them back. Harder. Report him to the teacher and attempt to resolve the problem by bringing in parents as mediators. Defend yourself, and attempt to talk him out of bullying through moral arguments. Allow him to beat you one last time, then tell the teacher, exaggerating the injuries. When at home, tell your parents too, and stir up as much trouble as you can for the brat. Your friend is going out with your crush. They both know about your feelings for the crush, but have decided to pursue their own. How do you deal with this? Continually cause fights between the two in any way you can, making their life a misery. Accept that they have betrayed your trust but remain friends. You will not let your emotions break you or a friendship. Give their relationship your blessing and support it whenever you can. It is rare for love to happen. Be bitter, but accept their relationship. Do not see your friend when they have your crush with them. A mentally ill child begins to have a temper tantrum at a local shopping centre. They inadvertently hit you, not understanding. What do you do? Ease away from the child and attempt to calm them down with the advice of the carer/guardian. Block any of their attacks and restrain them until they calm down, trying not to hurt them in the process. Call security to assist you and the carer/guardian calming the person down. Stare with the rest of the crowd in cold curiosity.