I was very young when the first three Star Wars movies made their appearance in cinemas but was fascinated by the movies since then. This changed a little bit with the release of the last three movies which were a total disappointment in my opinion.
Nevertheless I like Star Wars and everything that surrounds it. I'm not a die hard fan but someone who can watch the movies over and over again without getting bored (again, that is Episode IV to VI and not the first three episodes).
Now, when I first read about the Star Wars Personality test I decided to give it a try immediately to see which Star Wars character I resembled the most. Sure, it is not an accurate test and it is probably without value but it is still fun to take the test and see who you are. I'm sorry for those who have a personality of Jar Jar for instance. What can I say, I'm the coolest guy in town - Boba Fett. Head out to Liquid Generation and find out who you are..
We had to replace the link as it seems to have changed. The test is still available on the site, and you can still find out if you are more the Han Solo type, or Darth Vader. The personality test displays a series of questions, 18 in total if I have not miscounted, before it presents you with your Star Wars personality.
Update: The original Star Wars personalize test does not seem to be available anymore, at least, I can't find it anymore on the Internet. There are however other Star Wars tests that fill the gap. Try Which Star Wars character are you or Matt's Star Wars Personality test for two alternatives. Both tests ask you about 30 different questions that you need to answer using multiple choice. Once you are done you get to know which Star Wars character you resemble the most.
I had to replace the image with a new one from another test as it was not working anymore. Turns out I'm more like Obi Wan in that one.
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