The EVE Personality Test

No surprise on my results:

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EvE, while not designed specifically as a PvE game, does a good job of it anyway. You enjoy being a space captain tasked with extracting ore from floating monstrous asteroids, or work for the local government, shooting pirates that have infested your home system (not players, of course). You don’t really like PvP, so you stay away from it if you are able, but you realise that kids will do what kids want, so as long as they stay in low- or nul-sec, you accept it.
I play the PvE game and I take the PvP game as part of the environment.

7 thoughts on “The EVE Personality Test

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  2. Scott

    I got, “You enjoy Eve’s economic model and you find that the greatest challenge of the game lies in mastering the market. System security status is a matter of profit/no profit for you, and you always factor in the possibility/probability of PvP in your estimates. To you, Eve isn’t a PvP or a PvE game. It’s a simulation of capitalizm in its purest form, and a place where the savvy wins the day.”

    Couldn’t have been more true. I have both my accounts full with my indy and research alts and earn all my isk with them, while I have my 18.5m pvp pilot blowing my hard earned funds in PvP. I do enjoy the game as a economic simulation, but I do need to get out and PvP for that adrenaline rush otherwise it’d just be too boring.


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  5. bluelinebasher

    Conquest…napoleonic complex?

    Eve is a game about virtual conquest. It’s just like any other strategy game out there, although in Eve, the tokens moved about on the playing field are actual players. Everything in the game is put there to drive the big strategic theater, and although certain things might need to be balanced for the plebs, it’s all small potatoes. What matters is gaining territory and crushing your enemy.


  6. Wilhelm2451 Post author

    I actually think that the questions on the test are the best part of the whole thing. It may give you a moments pause at times, that there are people out there playing the game that view things in a very different way from yourself.

    Just heard from a co-worker who got “Bleeding Heart Carebear” as his result.

    That was me, a year ago or more.


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