Wang Kon was commercial and scientific. Emperor Montezuma was religious and militaristic. What are your traits? This is a cool little quiz I decided to make up when I was bored one day, and I feel like sharing it with you. Basically, it works to determine your civilization playing abilities with your two greatest focuses, which are discovered by answering several questions about how you play the game. I'm not going to post how to score this particular quiz until I see a bunch of people answering it, and even then I might just e-mail the people to tell them their score. Hopefully, this becomes popular and I can have a lot of fun with it... Anyway, here comes the test of time!... but mainly, the test of traits! 1. Let's say you played a game where you started with no techs. Which of the following would you research first? A) Bronze Working B) Alphabet C) Cerimonial Burial D) The Wheel E) Masonry F) Pottery 2. When you meet your first other civilization, the first thing you do is... A) Begin building offensive and defensive units for an upcoming war. B) Try to trade techs with them if possible. C) Try to beat them to a certain wonder. D) Place an embassy in their capital and continue friendly diplomatic relations. 3. What unit would you most likely build the most of during the ancient age? A) Swordsmen (includes civ-specific swordsmen like legions) B) Settlers C) Workers D) Libraries 4. During a war, if you happen to capture an enemy city over 3 pop, what do you find yourself doing most often? A) Razing the city and replacing it with your own settler. B) Keeping the city and rushing an improvement to keep the area cultured and happy. C) Building roads to the area if possible to connect it to a luxury source, in hopes of changing the mood of the newly captured people. D) Leaving a garrison and continuing onward. 5. What is your favorite government type in the ancient age? A) Despotism B) Republic C) Monarchy 6. What is your favorite government in the industrial age? A) Democracy B) Communism 7. What is your favorite government, period? A) Democracy B) Communism C) Monarchy D) Despotism E) Republic 8. Out of the following, what wonder would you consider the most valuble? A) The Great Library B) Sistine Chapel C) Leonardo's Workshop D) Universal Suffrage E) United Nations 9. You usually get your golden age... A) With a unique unit win. B) With a wonder. 10. In your opinion, what is the most valuble thing to have in Civilization? A) A large military. B) A large amount of land. C) Ahead of the pack in technology. D) A large amount of gold. E) Culture. 11. What's the most valuble resource out of the following(assuming there were no unique units that allowed you to ignore the resource needed)? A) Iron B) Horses C) Saltpeter D) Uranium 12. What city specialist do you create the most? A) Entertainer B) Scientist C) Tax Collector 13. What tech do you research first in the middle ages? A) Monotheism B) Feudalism C) Engineering 14. What tech do you research first in the industrial age? A) Nationalism B) Steam Power C) Medicine 15. What tech do you research first in the modern age? A) Ecology B) Rocketry C) Fission D) Computers 16. In wars, you are usually... A) The aggressor (the person declaring war) B) The defender. 17. How do you usually aquire luxuries? A) Building colonies to them. B) Going to war with another civilization for them. C) Trade for them. D) Build cities to them. 18. When you are confronted with a large amount of jungle, you... A) Build roads through it if needed to eliminate the high unit movement cost, then maybe clear it later on. B) Ignore it, and try not to build any cities within it. C) Clear it out right away. 19. When first laying down a city, your first priority is usually to... A) Build an improvement for it. B) Get it connected to the rest of your empire. C) Build a defense unit for it. D) Get it started in building another settler. 20. During peace negotiations, you find yourself primarily demanding the enemy for... A) Gold. B) Cities. C) Techs. D) Nothing - I'm usually not in a position to bargain. 21. When fighting an enemy, what do you feel is the greatest stregnth out of the following? A) Great offense. B) Great defense. C) Great mobilization. D) Great culture. E) Great amounts of money. 22. When walking into a barbarian goodie hut, you are the most pleased to find.. A) Disturbed warriors (for the experience). B) A settler willing to join your government. C) A technology. D) A combat unit. E) Gold. 23. Most of your cities before the industrial age have... A) Greater than 1000 culture. B) Greater than 100 culture. C) Greater than 10 culture. D) Less than 10 culture. 24. When you earn a leader in battle, what do you usually spend it on? A) Rush an improvement. B) Build an army. 25. You usually win the game with... A) Domination Victory B) Diplomatic Victory C) Cultural Victory D) Space Victory E) Conquest Victory So concludes this quiz. I'll post your civ-specific ability if I get much interest in this topic, or if you simply fill it out. ;-) Thanks for reading!