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Quiz: Create your perfect fantasy world

Updated Tuesday, 11th October 2016

Inspired by the likes of J K Rowling or are you totally bewitched by witches and mythical creatures? Take this speedy quiz to find out what your perfect fantasy world is like. 

Fantasy landscape with a castle Copyrighted  image Icon Copyright: © Unholyvault | - Fantasy landscape with a castle 1. How do you enter your fantasy world?

A: By boat.
B: Across the Atlantic.
C: Through a coat cupboard.

2. What does it look like?

A: A group of islands.
B: The world as we know it.
C: Wintry.

3. Who lives there?

A: Wizards and dragons.
B: Various deities old and new.
C: Mythical beasts and talking animals

4. Who is/are your main character(s)?

A: A pupil of Wizard School.
B: A convict.
C: Four evacuees.

5. What is their quest?

A: To reunite with a shadow self.
B: To discover why children are going missing
C: To bring in a new golden age.

Select below to reveal your perfect fantasy world...

Mostly As

Your world closely resembles Earthsea from Ursula le Guin’s famous trilogy of the same name. The books explore the theme of power and responsibility: Good wizardry is in harmony with the world, while bad wizardry will upset the balance with catastrophic consequences.

Mostly Bs

Your world is just like the America in Neil Gaiman’s American Gods. The deities, hailing from all the major religions and belief systems fight it out with the new Gods of internet, celebrity, technology and other modern preoccupations.

Mostly Cs

Your world has a lot in common with Narnia, from C.S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia novel, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Lewis said that Aslan, the lion willing to sacrifice himself for the greater good, was an alternative version of Jesus.

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