Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Which Stand Do You Have?

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Jojo

A Stand and the personality of the Stand User are strongly intertwined. Take this quiz to find out what yours will be!


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Highway to Hell

You receive the stand, "Highway to Hell." Although it lacks any combat ability, Highway to Hell can share damage between the user and whomever they target. For example, if the user slashes their wrists, the target will also receive the same injuries. In the hands of a pathologically suicidal or masochistic person, this stand can be extremely dangerous.   Eventually, you loath yourself but also possess a great deal of self-pity and narcissism. You believe society is against you, but this observation most likely comes from your lack of interest in anyone other than yourself. You prefer to give up rather than make an effort to see a positive side of anything, but yet take pains to make your miserable state the center of attention. Your self-hatred is sad, pathetic, and entirely justified.     Destructive Power: C Speed: C Durability: C Precision: C Range: A Development Potential: C

The World

You receive the stand, "The World." Enormously powerful, The World is capable of immense strength, speed, and precision. However, its most powerful asset is the ability to freeze time for several seconds, allowing only the user to act within that space of time.   Personality traits associated with this stand are ambition and a certain level of callousness. You do not have a problem stepping on others to make it to the apex of your potential or even pushing aside those closest to you. You acknowledge yourself as superior to many people and view the success of others as obstacles. You are a strong-willed and determined person, but know how much dedication to your goals could twist you.      Destructive Power: A Speed: A Durability: A Precision: B Range: C Development Potential: B
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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Select one of the following adjectives that best suits a positive aspect of your personality.
    • A. 

      Brave

    • B. 

      Caring

    • C. 

      Resourceful

    • D. 

      Determined

    • E. 

      Harmless

    • F. 

      Curious

    • G. 

      Energetic

    • H. 

      Creative

    • I. 

      Focused

  • 2. 
    Select one of the following adjectives that best suits a negative aspect of your personality.
    • A. 

      Nervous.

    • B. 

      Irrational.

    • C. 

      Short-Tempered.

    • D. 

      Paranoid.

    • E. 

      Selfish.

    • F. 

      Lazy.

    • G. 

      Distant.

    • H. 

      Jealous.

  • 3. 
    You're staring absent-mindedly out the window of a taxi on a gloomy evening. A song crackles from the radio, lifting your spirits. It's -
    • A. 

      A folk song, filled with wise lyrics and strong imagery. The singer's voice is rough, but they are a master storyteller.

    • B. 

      Euphoric, wailing guitars, surreal images, distant and dreamlike, but strangely comforting.

    • C. 

      A groovy number from the mid-70s. It immediately makes you feel better about the rain outside.

    • D. 

      An arena-rock anthem from the glory days. A ballad played on piano, but with power and pride, that tugs at the heartstrings. You've sung it in the shower countless times.

    • E. 

      Nothing. The radio crackles and falls silent. You look out the window, at the rain, at the traffic, barely moving. So still.

    • F. 

      An eerie song. The instruments feel detuned, ominous. The lyrics are disjointed and unsettling. It makes you feel a little paranoid as if someone had just stepped over your grave.

  • 4. 
    After a tiring day, you enter a late-night bar. The bartender asks you what he can get you?
    • A. 

      Whiskey, neat.

    • B. 

      A non-alcoholic beer.

    • C. 

      Triple Vodka and Red Bull.

    • D. 

      A glass of red wine.

    • E. 

      Cheap beer.

    • F. 

      Tap water. Or ask the bartender to piss into a glass. That's the best you deserve.

    • G. 

      Mojito!

    • H. 

      Ask the bartender to serve you whatever they would drink.

    • I. 

      Orange Juice.

  • 5. 
    As you sip your drink, a drunk stranger pushes you in a confrontational manner. You notice the jacket slung over the man's bar stool - he is a paramedic. The bartender does not look like he is about to intervene.
    • A. 

      Invite the man to settle this in a civilized manner, in the empty parking lot behind the bar. Once you are there, slit his throat with a concealed knife.

    • B. 

      Smash the man's head off the bar, knocking him out cold. Then finish your drink. You'll take this one on the house.

    • C. 

      Ignore the man, pay for your drink, and leave. If the man follows you outside and continues to bother you, he will deeply regret it.

    • D. 

      Throw your drink in the man's face. While he is briefly stunned, escape.

    • E. 

      Offer to buy the man a drink in an effort to diffuse the situation.

    • F. 

      Shatter your glass on the bar, then slash the man's eyes out. While he screams in pain and terror, demand another drink. You leave a generous tip for the bartender.

    • G. 

      Beg the man not to hurt you. Tell him you have a heart condition, and if he hits you, it could be fatal.

    • H. 

      You wonder why a man who saves lives as his day job is so aggressive on his time off. Perhaps he's had a rough week, and it might be better not to take it personally. Ask him what his problem is. It'd be best if you could resolve this peacefully.

    • I. 

      Apologize to the man for whatever offense you've caused him. On your way out, take his wallet.

  • 6. 
    You arrive home late, to discover a pair of thieves in your living room. When they hear you enter, one of them accidentally knocks a vase containing your mother's ashes onto the carpet, where it shatters. There is a hunting rifle mounted on the wall within your reach, which you know is loaded.
    • A. 

      You turn and run. They might be armed and desperate. Your personal safety is what's most important.

    • B. 

      You don't normally think of yourself as a materialistic person, but these imbeciles just crossed a line. The police can take care of them, but you'll teach them a lesson first, no need for a gun.

    • C. 

      You let out a strangled cry and charge forward, caving the first thief's skull in with the rifle butt. The second thief panics, sprinting out the front door. You calmly walk to your car, drive after him, and ran into him at full speed, reversing over his lifeless body several times. How dare they ruin your carpet.

    • D. 

      You take the gun and order them not to move, waiting for anger to wash over you to pass. Undoubtedly they came here to rob you, but breaking the vase was most likely unintentional. It's best to think before you act impulsively. There may still be a way to turn the situation to your advantage.

    • E. 

      You fall to your knees and burst into tears, pitifully grabbing handfuls of your mother's ashes and - with a whimper of despair - curling up into the fatal position on the carpet. The thieves look down at you with a mixture of horror and disgust. 

    • F. 

      You take the gun from the wall and shoot the two thieves. For all you know, they could have been armed and were probably planning to commit further robberies.

    • G. 

      You take the gun and shoot the thief who broke the vase in the leg, both as payment for his disrespect and to inhibit him from moving. You kick the other thief to the floor and keep them both there until the police arrive.

  • 7. 
    Distracted while driving, you cause a collision with another vehicle. A pedestrian is killed in the accident. As you step out of your car, you encounter the other driver, who is in a state of panic. In the confusion of the moment, they believe they were responsible for the death of the pedestrian. There are no witnesses. What do you do?
    • A. 

      You own up to what happened. The other driver does not deserve to take the fall for what you were ultimately responsible for. If you comply with the authorities honestly, the court will take that into account.

    • B. 

      Feign ignorance. If the other driver believes they were responsible, there is no reason for you to suffer the consequences and have this on your criminal record. If they don't even know what just happened, surely that is their fault. Right?

    • C. 

      Both of you are equally responsible for the death of the pedestrian. If the other driver is confused about the details of what has transpired, you can take control of the situation as you know all of the information. Calm them down and tell them the story that the police need to hear. The pedestrian caused the accident by running out into the street without giving either driver enough time to react.

    • D. 

      You caused the accident because you're pathetic, worthless slime. The police need to take you away and execute you, so you can finally be free and won't ruin others' lives.

    • E. 

      Kill the other driver, and remove the evidence of everything that has transpired. Whether the result is good or bad for you, there are too many loose ends here. There are things to do, and you can't be worrying about this.

  • 8. 
    One night, you find yourself trapped in a dream, walking through a vast, mysterious expanse. Out of the nothingness, a nightmarish being emerges. It deeply frightens you because -
    • A. 

      It is towering and powerful, heaving with fury. It will crush you like an insect.

    • B. 

      It defies logic. It is a mysterious creature of dizzying complexity that makes your head spin and your thoughts lose focus.

    • C. 

      It takes the form of those closest to you, warping their faces and tormenting you with visions of them in pain and sorrow.

    • D. 

      It is a ghost, made of mist and air. You try to destroy it, but it fades and reappears when you try, humiliating you with sneering laughter. Even with all the strength in the world, you are powerless.

    • E. 

      It is you when you were at your weakest, your most frail. You despise the memory of that person. You wish it would no longer stain who you have become.

    • F. 

      Every day of my life is a nightmare.

  • 9. 
    You awake from the dream, still delirious and unnerved. Or are you truly awake? Your body is frozen, unable to move. In the murky darkness of your bedroom, you see an unfamiliar shape.
    • A. 

      A tall figure, like a person. It stands at the foot of your bed.

    • B. 

      A shape you can't fully determine. It moves quickly around the wall near the window. Is it just one creature... or more?

    • C. 

      Is it in the air or on your skin? There is a presence somewhere in the room, but you can't figure out where.

    • D. 

      As your eyes adjust, you realize the room is empty, but outside on the street, you can faintly make out a shape in the glow of the streetlamps. Someone, or something, is watching you.

  • 10. 
    You are perusing a family jeweller's. An old woman leaving the shop stumbles and falls to the ground. As you move toward her, you see the glint of a necklace in her handbag - clearly stolen.
    • A. 

      Help the old woman to her feet - and report her theft to the cashier. Perhaps she needed the money, but she should be dealt with in accordance with the law.

    • B. 

      Option 2

    • C. 

      Option 3

    • D. 

      Option 4

    • E. 

      Option 5

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