The Neverending Story is a particularly harrowing kids movie, but do you have the bravery and cunning to escape The Nothingness and restore Fantasia?
You find a mysterious tome with bizarre engravings, what would you do with it?
- Your curiosity gets the better of you and you flick through it and take some notes before you leave it for its owner to find
- You call a friend and ask them to come and take a look with you, you make decisions better with the help of others
- You tuck it in your bag and take it with you, there is something about it that compels you to pick it up
- It looks valuable and probably belongs to someone else, I should hand it in to someone
You wake up one morning in a strange new realm, how would you react?
- I would be eager to explore, but I wouldn't wander far at first in fear that I will never get back
- I would take note of the position of the sun and start walking in one direction while drinking in the strange new surroundings
- I must be dreaming, I would have to pinch myself hundreds of times to accept it!
- I would run off to explore and find if there are any inhabitants here, a whole new world is no fun alone
Do you operate well under pressure?
- I'm calm under pressure
- I tend to panic when the pressure is on
- I take some time to get in the zone and think, and then I'm fine
- I worry that I will make the right decision, but I can remain relatively clear headed
You encounter a strange looking creature who offers you advice, what do you do?
- You politely decline it's assistance for now, you want to find your own way for a while
- It seems trustworthy so you take the advice to heart immediately
- You ask as many questions as possible about the strange land your in and decide to accept help if the creature's answers seem knowledgable
- You aren't sure whether you totally trust the creature, but you are prepared to give it a chance
What would say is your best quality as an adventurer?
- An open heart
You encounter a desperate animal in stuck in the mud, what do you do?
- You run back the way you came to try and get help, you don't think your strong enough to do this alone
- You scribble a plan in your notepad to make a lever to try and pry it out
- You do everything you can for the stricken animal, but your careful not to endanger yourself
- You throw yourself into trying to save the panicked animal, nothing else matters right now
You wake up with your head throbbing from an injury you don't remember and a giant beast looking over you, what do you do?
- Something deep inside you says this beast is your friend, and you decide to accept it for now
- It hasn't harmed me yet, so logically I'm safe, but I keep a weapon in my bag just in case
- Naturally, you're terrified, but it hasn't eaten you yet so that must count as something
- You are so desperate for comfort in this strange place that you accept the beast with open arms
Are you able to trust your own intuition?
- I find it hard to know when to trust my gut instinct or not
- I don't believe in intuition
- If it is strong enough, I can't help but go with it
A creature emerges from the darkness and you have a feeling it's not friendly, what do you do?
- I don't think it's seen me yet, I hide and try to learn from its behavior
- I go on the offensive, better to be safe than sorry
- I speak to it before I decide whether to fight it, even if it's evil it might have something useful to stay
Would you say you have a vivid imagination?
- 100 percent, but I do have a tendency to get lost in a dream world
- No, I'm a more logical sort of person
- I do, but I prefer to be grounded in the real world
- Yes, it's one of my strong suites