Well, this was a fun test.

BTW, If my sub-class is Mastermind-Conqueror, does that make me a Sharktopus? :)

Your BrainHex Class is Mastermind.
Your BrainHex Sub-Class is Mastermind-Survivor.

You like solving puzzles and devising strategies as well as pulse-pounding risks and escaping from hideous and scary threats.

According to your results, there are few play experiences that you strongly dislike.

Learn more about your classes and exceptions at

Your scores for each of the classes in this test were as follows:

Mastermind: 20
Survivor: 17
Seeker: 14
Daredevil: 9
Socialiser: 9
Conqueror: 8
Achiever: 3
I agree with the results. I had trouble with answering a few questions because it depends on the game I'm playing. I really don't like being dizzy but I do like speed.

Very interesting- feels like a close match.

Great quest!

The "tone deaf" causes are very duiifcflt to identify. Some of the singers always unable to sing in pitch every time without knowing reasons why. They can't differentiate one musical frequency or pitch from the other. Singers find it duiifcflt to sing in harmony with others or to accompany notes of some instrument of the music or the pitches.Do you know the causes that make you a "tone deaf"? Actually, it might be possible as a child you were not involved in enough musical activities. You might not have got the training in your childhood. But it's not a problem. It is never too late to learn singing on pitch. In case of singing on pitch, tone deafness and actual deafness should be differentiated. Tone deaf people can hear the music and the other audible sounds like street traffic, noise etc but they are not able to differentiate one pitch from another. There is "ear training", a special form of training that can help you in singing on a pitch. Ear training can help you in the personal development of areas that are a bit lacking. If you want to put yourself at ease of singing on pitch, you have to learn the difference between singing and hearing. Both these terms are very much dependent on each other. Dr. Alfred Tomatis, a French audiologist, had established an important relationship between the two terms. He told that if a person cannot produce a particular sound, he cannot hear it. He gave this reason for the change in the voice of older people. As they lose their hearing ability, their voice changes. So hearing on pitch plays an important role in singing on pitch. You fail to copy the pitch, unless you learn to distinguish it. You have learn to hear pitch before you ever think about of singing in pitch. You must start from hearing the pitch. If you can hear, you can move to the next step to differentiate between the sounds of different pitches. For it, you need to find some good ear training exercise or you can hire a good coach to teach you the same. They can provide you an aid to improve your singing technique. Singing on pitch needs lot of practice. So keep practicing. Don't give it up. It is in your reach.

Hmm... I got tagged as a Mastermind-Seeker, with Mastermind and Seeker both scoring 18 points. I feel more like a Seeker than a Mastermind though, so would I be fine saying I'm a Seeker-Mastermind instead, since my scores were exactly the same?

I liked this quiz, this result absolutely describes my gaming preferences very well!

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Not really sure this is me; however, the test is interesting and adds to my schema. My subclass Achiever puzzled me as the score was the same as Conquerer. Not sure how the results figured subclass.

This makes sense

I'm a mastermind-socialiser which describes me quite well I love zelda half life and animal crossing (surprised fire emblem and civ aren't here but I live those too) and like a socialiser I used to love tf2 (recently switched to csgo) left 4 dad and I've played pokemon my while life well done researcher(s) I am impressed!

Your BrainHex Class is Daredevil.
Your BrainHex ClassYour BrainHex Sub-Class is Daredevil-Mastermind.

The things that were on the computer were not accurate

Okay but this seems like the most impossible type for someone with ADHD like me. I don't think this translates accurately to life, just because I like puzzles doesn't mean that I am a "Mastermind" in life. I normally make terrible decisions, look for dopamine everywhere to supplement my natural lack of it,, and go for a quick fast fix as far as pleasure goes. However puzzle solving is also challenging, which is a major component in making things interesting.

The addictive aspect is interesting. I also raced motorcycles most of my youth and life, snowboarding as well. Always looking for a rush. Even at 50 y/o now.

I think concentration on puzzles in test misleading. I dislike puzzles in games but enjoy planning, building builds, strategies, teams and so on.

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