CB: Stat yourself! (in Links)


QBOddBird January 20 2011 9:05 PM EST

IDK if we've ever done this before, but this seems like a good community for it - find out what your IRL D&D stats would be!

For me, they would be:

STR: 11
INT: 17
DX: 11
CON: 14
WIS: 10
CHA: 17

AdminTal Destra [Battle Royale] January 20 2011 9:09 PM EST

STR:9
INT:13
WIS:12
DEX:16
CON:13
CHR:16

DoS January 20 2011 9:21 PM EST

STR: 9
INT: 15
WIS: 15
DEX: 13
CON: 11
CHR: 13

Lol @ the spell-checker. I've never played D&D.

Xenogard [Chaotic Serenity] January 20 2011 9:32 PM EST

My stats are:
STR:7
INT:13
WIS:17
DEX:17
CON:12
CHR:17

BadFish January 20 2011 9:36 PM EST

STR:9
INT:15
WIS:11
DEX:15
CON:13
CHR:17

I don't agree with the intelligence or wisdom scores..... and why did it give me a 13 for CON? The way I answered the questions I dont see why it didn't give me an 18. (I've never had/needed an operation, not even taking my tonsils out, I RARELY get sick, I've never broken a bone, and I have good physical endurance...)
Fun, but some of it was pretty arbitrary. But fun!

QBOddBird January 20 2011 9:41 PM EST

I'm shocked I got as much wisdom as I did. I'm the most forgetful person I know. (unless I've forgotten somebody...)

AdminQBnovice [Cult of the Valaraukar] January 20 2011 10:36 PM EST

STR: 11
INT: 9
WIS: 12
DEX: 6
CON: 10
CHA: 14

sheesh, damn thing is hateful

Lochnivar January 20 2011 10:40 PM EST

STR: 17
INT: 19
DX: 18
CON: 20
WIS: 18
CHA: 17

Seems to work for me....

Demigod January 20 2011 10:41 PM EST

Your stats are:
STR:11
INT:13
WIS:15
DEX:14
CON:9
CHR:15

Constitution is jacked up. Can I run at full speed for five minutes?! Why the hell would I? And swimming the Great Lakes? Really? I'll accept that 9. Those of you who want high constitution can have fun swimming for 12 hours straight.

Newlin [SeeD] January 20 2011 11:24 PM EST

STR: 9
INT: 15
WIS: 15
DX: 14
CON: 11
CHA: 15

Kirimori January 20 2011 11:40 PM EST

STR:9
INT:13
WIS:14
DEX:14
CON:9
CHR:8

Lol I feel under average compared to you guys...

subucni January 21 2011 12:02 AM EST

Your stats are:
STR:15
INT:13
WIS:16
DEX:16
CON:15
CHR:17

Xenogard [Chaotic Serenity] January 21 2011 12:08 AM EST

Looks like I'm the weakest of the bunch, guess I'll be the wily halfling rogue that talks his way out of everything ;)

AdminShade January 21 2011 1:55 AM EST

Your stats are:
STR:13
INT:13
WIS:14
DEX:12
CON:11
CHR:12

meh :)

AdminNemesia [Demonic Serenity] January 21 2011 2:04 AM EST

Your stats are:
STR:11
INT:13
WIS:11
DEX:13
CON:15
CHR:15

Not so sure how accurate this actually is though....

BadFish January 21 2011 2:55 AM EST

I've always thought that D&D's interpretation of "wisdom" was a bit skewed. It seems to have everything to do with memory and nothing else. So apparently, if Gandhi had misplaced his socks, or Siddhartha couldn't remember the name of that fly handmaiden, the world would be a very different place...

AdminNemesia [Demonic Serenity] January 21 2011 2:57 AM EST

Not so much so BF because I always forget things and I told it so but I still ended up with 11 wis.

sebidach [The Forgehood] January 21 2011 3:26 AM EST

STR:7
INT:15
WIS:14
DEX:15
CON:6
CHR:15

I'd die pretty instantly. Sad.

Ankou January 21 2011 9:00 AM EST

STR:5
INT:11
WIS:16
DEX:9
CON:13
CHR:10

Yea, i think its rigged.

AdminShade January 21 2011 11:17 AM EST

I think it is giving wrong numbers as well. I can run or cycle for quite long durations and can easily cycle for 6 hours at very decent speeds, am hardly ever ill, no other funny things and i get a mediocre rating for con? Come on!

AdminShade January 21 2011 11:19 AM EST

Oh and Lochnivar just cheated. He wanted to be the over powered elven ranger from baldur's gate :p

QBOddBird January 21 2011 12:56 PM EST

Shade - then you answered "yes" to this one?

Can you swim across the Great Lakes or perform any other act of extreme physical endurance? (Swimming across the Great Lakes usually takes over twelve hours even for trained swimmers, but swimming allows you to float. Figure something taking four to six hours without stopping on land)

Because I would think your CON should be higher than mine if you've got that kind of endurance.

Fishead January 21 2011 1:15 PM EST

STR:11
INT:13
WIS:12
DEX:11
CON:11
CHR:14

That was funny, dexterity is based on clown skills.

sebidach [The Forgehood] January 21 2011 1:29 PM EST

I can run or cycle for quite long durations and can easily cycle for 6 hours at very decent speeds

Yeah. In the Netherlands! ;)

Unappreciated Misnomer January 21 2011 1:29 PM EST

Your stats are:
STR:9
INT:13
WIS:10
DEX:13
CON:9
CHR:14

I want to roll to see if I can talk my way across the great lakes.

Lochnivar January 21 2011 1:47 PM EST

Can you swim across the Great Lakes or perform any other act of extreme physical endurance? (Swimming across the Great Lakes usually takes over twelve hours even for trained swimmers, but swimming allows you to float. Figure something taking four to six hours without stopping on land)

Which of the great lakes are they refering to? I'm quite certain the 160 mile crossing of Lake Superior takes a good bit longer...

53 miles on Lake Ontario is probably the distance they are going with... so yeah, they aren't awarding anywhere near the amount of Con they should for 'swimming the Great Lakes'

AdminQBVerifex [Serenity In Chaos] January 21 2011 2:28 PM EST

STR:11
INT:13
DEX:13
CON:8
WIS:15
CHR:15

AdminShade January 21 2011 2:54 PM EST

Shade - then you answered "yes" to this one?
Yes I did, I've cycled for 6+ hours last year without getting sore muscles.

Demigod January 21 2011 3:46 PM EST

Biking in GTA doesn't count.

Gunny Pew Pew [Red Permanent Assurance] January 21 2011 5:33 PM EST

STR:15
INT:13
WIS:15
DEX:13
CON:12
CHR:14

I've had better while tipsy late at night on teen quiz sites. Don't judge me. :P

Zenai January 22 2011 7:02 PM EST

Your stats are:
STR:12
INT:11
WIS:14
DEX:14
CON:13
CHR:15


Neat :-)
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