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This is a discussion on The Japanese Demon Profile Test within the Personality Test Resources forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; Hello, and welcome to the "Japanese Demon Profile Test." This test will determine which demon from Japanese folklore most resembles ...

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    The Japanese Demon Profile Test

    Hello, and welcome to the "Japanese Demon Profile Test." This test will determine which demon from Japanese folklore most resembles your darker side. One thing you must remember about demons is that they are ALL harmful on a certain level; demons are deities or spirits which have degenerated over time into the monstrous beings which they are today, whether from divine intervention, human interference, or natural processes. Demons are closely tied to humanity, and most, no matter how malicious or shy, will at one time or another walk unnoticed among men. They are all supernatural, passionate, and unpredictable, much like human nature. SO! Let us begin...
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    Tengu
    You scored 9 in Malice and 21 in Chaos!

    Tengu are birdlike demons which inhabit the woodlands and mountains. They come in two classes: Higher tengu and lower tengu. Higher tengu occupy their own kingdoms which mirror those of humans; they dress in fancy clothes, beautiful silks, and wear jewelry and crowns. Lower tengu are little more than bird/human hybrids who flit from tree to tree and serve the higher tengu. Both higher and lower tengu have red faces and long noses.

    Tengu are very mischievous creatures who love to torment humans-- not out of cruelty, but because they find practical jokes amusing. They often interrupt those who take their work seriously in media res by swooping down and hanging their 'victims' on tree limbs by their pants. They have a very strange sense of humor. At times, however, they can overstep the boundaries of good taste and cause genuine harm, as in cases where they kidnap and traumatize children.

    Tengu are also fierce warriors and highly skilled archers and hunters; they will gladly take any worthy humans as disciples and train them to be good rulers and soldiers. They will also teach supernatural arts to priests, although at a cost; those who use these newly acquired supernatural powers for their own benefit become tengu themselves.
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    Tengu

    You scored 12 in Malice and 22 in Chaos!

    Tengu are birdlike demons which inhabit the woodlands and mountains. They come in two classes: Higher tengu and lower tengu. Higher tengu occupy their own kingdoms which mirror those of humans; they dress in fancy clothes, beautiful silks, and wear jewelry and crowns. Lower tengu are little more than bird/human hybrids who flit from tree to tree and serve the higher tengu. Both higher and lower tengu have red faces and long noses.

    Tengu are very mischievous creatures who love to torment humans-- not out of cruelty, but because they find practical jokes amusing. They often interrupt those who take their work seriously in media res by swooping down and hanging their 'victims' on tree limbs by their pants. They have a very strange sense of humor. At times, however, they can overstep the boundaries of good taste and cause genuine harm, as in cases where they kidnap and traumatize children.

    Tengu are also fierce warriors and highly skilled archers and hunters; they will gladly take any worthy humans as disciples and train them to be good rulers and soldiers. They will also teach supernatural arts to priests, although at a cost; those who use these newly acquired supernatural powers for their own benefit become tengu themselves.
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    Tengu

    You scored 10 in Malice and 21 in Chaos!



    Tengu are birdlike demons which inhabit the woodlands and mountains. They come in two classes: Higher tengu and lower tengu. Higher tengu occupy their own kingdoms which mirror those of humans; they dress in fancy clothes, beautiful silks, and wear jewelry and crowns. Lower tengu are little more than bird/human hybrids who flit from tree to tree and serve the higher tengu. Both higher and lower tengu have red faces and long noses.

    Tengu are very mischievous creatures who love to torment humans-- not out of cruelty, but because they find practical jokes amusing. They often interrupt those who take their work seriously in media res by swooping down and hanging their 'victims' on tree limbs by their pants. They have a very strange sense of humor. At times, however, they can overstep the boundaries of good taste and cause genuine harm, as in cases where they kidnap and traumatize children.

    Tengu are also fierce warriors and highly skilled archers and hunters; they will gladly take any worthy humans as disciples and train them to be good rulers and soldiers. They will also teach supernatural arts to priests, although at a cost; those who use these newly acquired supernatural powers for their own benefit become tengu themselves.
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    Yuki-Onna

    You scored 22 in Malice and 16 in Chaos!

    Yuki-Onna manifests herself as an irresistably beautiful maiden clad in a white kimono, pure and inviolate. However, appearances are deceiving; her skin is pale and her breath like frost; she appears to mountain travelers in the midst of terrible blizzards and hovers above them while they sleep, slowly but inevitably sucking the life from their lips and breath. She is a terrible demon who, once attracted, cannot be repelled.

    However, she is also susceptible to the charms of the opposite sex; if a man is handsome enough, she may spare his life on the condition that he swears never to reveal the encounter to others. This promise, once made, must be kept; for, like an obsession, Yuki-Onna will follow the man for the rest of his natural life, perhaps even disguising herself as a future wife, waiting and watching for any hint of betrayal. If the man ever breaks her trust, the consequences are fatal.


    So I'm a chick. Huh.
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    Yuurei

    You scored 14 in Malice and 22 in Chaos!

    The Yuurei are the lost souls of those whose lives were abruptly ended in the midst of great distress or emotion. They are pale, white spectres nearly indistinguishable from humans, except that they possess no legs, indicative of their detachment from the earthly world. Yuurei haunt the place of their deaths, waiting for the opportunity to fulfil some incomplete purpose.

    Yuurei are more commonly female than male, victims of male cruelty or neglect. Those who become Yuurei typically die violent deaths, whether by suicide or by murder; they become trapped on earth until they have taken care of unfinished business. Male Yuurei are less common, although a slain warrior may become one in order to set the record straight regarding the manner of his death, i.e. to clear his name from disgrace.

    Although most Yuurei are relatively harmless, some may become "Obake-Yuurei," or monster ghosts. Obake-Yuurei, instead of restricting their passions to reasonable limits, are wont to loose their rage and sorrow on any people who happen to be unlucky enough to pass by.
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    Kappa
    You scored 17 in Malice and 19 in Chaos!

    A Kappa is a "suijin," or water demon of Shinto mythology. They may be found in or near large bodies of fresh water, e.g. lakes, rivers, and streams, where they live and hunt. Kappa look like a human/turtle hybrid; they have a small depression on top of their heads which holds a strange liquid substance which, by all accounts, appears to sustain the life force of the Kappa.

    These demons are parasites and carnivores, preferring to feast on the flesh of humans whenever possible, pulling them into the water and sucking the internal organs through the anus, although they may also drink the blood of other animals in times of deprivation. Kappa also seem to enjoy cucumbers and eggplants.

    Although Kappa prey on humans, they are also notoriously polite; one may hope to escape a Kappa by bowing to it, whereupon the Kappa may return the bow, only to spill the liquid atop its head, which leaves it enervated and lethargic for the rest of the day. Kappa are not necessarily evil, like many demons; they are simply predators, nothing better, nothing worse. If one is brave enough, one may even approach a Kappa for healing or teaching; it is not altogether uncommon for a Kappa to resist its appetite and choose instead to assist a human.
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    Kitsune
    You scored 17 in Malice and 25 in Chaos!

    You are the Kitsune, or "Fox demon," the ultimate doer of mischief. Kitsune belong to a class of demons known as "Henge," or animal shape-shifters, along with the Tanuki, or badger-demon. They are uncanny creatures who are notorious as much for their malevolence as for their wild and unpredictable behavior; a fox demon may help a human, only to betray him in deepest consequence at a later date. Kitsune are known to frequently possess women or pose as humans, causing chaos and catastrophe where ever they go. They are mischievous creatures who take great pleasure in playing terrible tricks on unsuspecting mortals; however, this behavior indicates that they are more perversely playful and apathetic to human suffering than genuinely evil and desirous of harm.
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    Your result for The Japanese Demon Profile Test ...
    Yuurei

    You scored 18 in Malice and 23 in Chaos!

    The Yuurei are the lost souls of those whose lives were abruptly ended in the midst of great distress or emotion. They are pale, white spectres nearly indistinguishable from humans, except that they possess no legs, indicative of their detachment from the earthly world. Yuurei haunt the place of their deaths, waiting for the opportunity to fulfil some incomplete purpose.

    Yuurei are more commonly female than male, victims of male cruelty or neglect. Those who become Yuurei typically die violent deaths, whether by suicide or by murder; they become trapped on earth until they have taken care of unfinished business. Male Yuurei are less common, although a slain warrior may become one in order to set the record straight regarding the manner of his death, i.e. to clear his name from disgrace.

    Although most Yuurei are relatively harmless, some may become "Obake-Yuurei," or monster ghosts. Obake-Yuurei, instead of restricting their passions to reasonable limits, are wont to loose their rage and sorrow on any people who happen to be unlucky enough to pass by.
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    Kappa

    O_O
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    Ryu

    You scored 12 in Malice and 25 in Chaos!

    Japanese dragons, or "Ryu," are very different from their Western counterparts; where the Western dragon is typically reptilian, with a heart as cold as its blood, the dragons of the Orient actually tend to err more on the side of beneficence. This should not, however, be construed as a license to treat them with disrespect; Oriental dragons are extremely powerful beings who do not tolerate impudence.

    Ryu, like the dragons of the West, are known to have a fondness for shiny objects and treasure. Some Ryu are willing to part with their treasures if they deem a mortal worthy of inheriting it. Other dragons may also, like gods, grant wishes and supernatural powers to those who seek them.

    At the same time, one must be wary when dealing with dragons; some may be extremely temperamental, and others even harbor a hatred for mankind and its desecration of the earth. Most dragons are by no means evil, but must still be treated with extreme caution.
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