My personality came out as:Galadriel
Possessing a rare combination of wisdom and humility, while serenely dominating your environment you selflessly use your powers to care for others.
Even the smallest person can change the course of the future.
Galadriel is a character in the Middle-Earth universe. You can read more about her at the Galadriel Worshippers Army.
Link to more of her personality at Galadriel.
Take the test at: Which Fantasy/SciFi Character Are You?
First I would like to thank Bill for providing the link and bringing up an interesting profile analyser. My character profile seems like a nice character with high moral standards but am not that familiar with the story and she fits into it.
Since my answers did not change for question:
You try to be guided and ruled by your:
* thoughts and logic.
* feelings and sentiments.
You are more likely to enjoy:
* a personal discussion of feelings.
* a sophisticated philosophical debate.
I am assuming that characters from the original Star Trek show are not included as possibilities. Before I took the test and even after I feel I am most closely like James T. Kirk. As Kirk's character was more or less a compilation of the personalities of both Spock and McCoy, he would have trouble answering the above two questions. Kirk also tried to use the best of both sides of his brain to accomplish tasks. He most often was not the one 'doing' but trusted and relied on others to get nearly every thing done.
Although when needed he rose to what needed to be done single handedly. As in the episode Arena where Captain Kirk fights in a bare-handed duel with the lizard-like, alien captain of another ship.
Of course this is not meant as a criticism, but I do want to give my 2 cents worth. I have never gotten into the story of Star Trek: The Next Generation even though I thoroughly enjoyed the original as well as Deep Space Nine and Voyager and Enterprise (have not had a chance to see all the episodes). I always felt the characters in The Next Generation were more or less cardboard cutouts that had no personality. They were nothing more than stereotyped characters in a Sci-Fi plot.
And the one episode that made me turn off the episode as well as the serious was an episode where a couple of businessmen were unfrozen from the 20th century (don't know name). Captain Jean-Luc Picard explained that there was no longer need for money and that there was no longer any wants and needs not fulfilled. This is more liberal thoughts IMO. Not within 5 minutes he gets upset with the men and orders them off 'his bridge'. So I felt the character had portrayed himself as a hypocrite. It is not a socialist perfection in the perfect because some still 'own' more than others. Once there is a have and have not grouped then there is not an equal division of resources.
I know it seems like making a mountain out of molehill, but not even holding to the beliefs in a 5-minute span as well as the obnoxious character of William Riker makes me not enjoy The Next Generation.