A meme, because ASOIAF > HP
Your Score: House Lannister
54% Dominant, 36% Extroverted, 63% Trustworthy
Confident. Dangerous. Unrelentingly sexy. The master of all you survey, you are of House Lannister.
You are a dominant personality—and how! When someone asks "and who are you, the proud lord said, that I should bow so low?" your response is probably, "FUCK YOU! I'm a fucking LANNISTER, that's who the HELL I am!" And then you'd pimp-slap them with your golden hand. All joking aside, you view leadership as your natural, god-given right; it is a trait, just like your golden curling hair and irresistible sex appeal. It's who you are—a Lannister.
You are introverted, meaning that you prefer to keep your ambitions and devices to yourself. Unfortunately, your personality is so vivacious that (despite all your intended secrecies) you are still a very obvious person. Though no one knows what avenues you will travel, your destination is clear to all. And of course, yours is a road to greatness! You have a magnetic, polarizing personality: people either love you or hate you. They also probably find you exceedingly intimidating. Their fear is probably well-placed.
Finally, you are trustworthy. Does this surprise you? Remember your unofficial motto: "A Lannister always pays his debts." Though you enjoy keeping secrets and playing games, everyone knows you are a major player. Underhanded tactics are so expected from you that they don't particularly count as untrustworthyness—it's more of a family legacy than a choice. Your promise is as good as the gold that you shit.
Representative characters include: Tyrion Lannister, Jaime Lannister, and Tywin Lannister
Similar Houses: Greyjoy, Stark, and Targaryen
Opposite House: Tyrell
When playing the game of thrones, you play it balls to the wall.
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