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The Which Historic General Are You?

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Another quiz from the same site. Hat tip once again to Andrew.


Genghis Khan
You scored 73 Wisdom, 78 Tactics, 61 Guts, and 44 Ruthlessness!
Genghis Khan was a Mongol conqueror, originally named Temujin. He succeeded his father, Yekusai, as chieftain of a Mongol tribe and then fought to become ruler of a Mongol confederacy. After subjugating many tribes of Mongolia and establishing his capital at Karakorum, Temujin held a great meeting, the khuriltai, at which he accepted leadership of the Mongols and assumed his title. He promulgated a code of conduct and reorganized his armies. He attacked the Jurchen-ruled Chin empire of North China and by 1215 had occupied most of its territory, including the capital, Yenching (now Beijing). From 1218 to 1224 he conquered Turkistan, Transoxania, and Afghanistan and raided Persia and East Europe to the Dnieper River. Genghis Khan ruled one of the greatest land empires the world has ever known. He died while campaigning against the Jurchen, and his vast domains were divided among his sons and grandsons. His wars were marked by ruthless carnage, but Genghis Khan was a brilliant ruler and military leader. Timur was said to be descended from him. Other leaders like yourself include Julius Caesar and Tecumseh Sherman.
My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

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You scored higher than 88% on Wisdom
You scored higher than 75% on Tactics
You scored higher than 68% on Guts
You scored higher than 28% on Ruthlessness

Link: The Which Historic General Are You Test written by dasnyds.
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September 23, 2005 at 8:52 pm

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The Which Historic General Are You?

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Another quiz from the same site. Hat tip once again to Andrew.


Genghis Khan
You scored 73 Wisdom, 78 Tactics, 61 Guts, and 44 Ruthlessness!
Genghis Khan was a Mongol conqueror, originally named Temujin. He succeeded his father, Yekusai, as chieftain of a Mongol tribe and then fought to become ruler of a Mongol confederacy. After subjugating many tribes of Mongolia and establishing his capital at Karakorum, Temujin held a great meeting, the khuriltai, at which he accepted leadership of the Mongols and assumed his title. He promulgated a code of conduct and reorganized his armies. He attacked the Jurchen-ruled Chin empire of North China and by 1215 had occupied most of its territory, including the capital, Yenching (now Beijing). From 1218 to 1224 he conquered Turkistan, Transoxania, and Afghanistan and raided Persia and East Europe to the Dnieper River. Genghis Khan ruled one of the greatest land empires the world has ever known. He died while campaigning against the Jurchen, and his vast domains were divided among his sons and grandsons. His wars were marked by ruthless carnage, but Genghis Khan was a brilliant ruler and military leader. Timur was said to be descended from him. Other leaders like yourself include Julius Caesar and Tecumseh Sherman.
My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

free online dating free online dating
You scored higher than 88% on Wisdom
You scored higher than 75% on Tactics
You scored higher than 68% on Guts
You scored higher than 28% on Ruthlessness

Link: The Which Historic General Are You Test written by dasnyds.

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