| You scored as Character Player. The Character Player enjoys creating in-depth characters with distinct and rich personalities. He identifies closely with his characters, feeling detached from the game if he doesnâ??t. He takes creative pride in exploring different characters, often making each new one radically different than others heâ??s played. The Character Player bases his decisions on his character’s psychology first and foremost. He may view rules as a necessary evil at best, preferring sessions in which the dice never come out of their bags. For the Character Player, the greatest reward comes from experiencing the game from the emotional perspective of an interesting character.
Which, frankly, is hooey.
It all depends on the campaign, the group, what I feel like doing that day… Hell, I’d even take exception to some of the language (what is this levelling up of which you earth people speak? How do you mean “optimal”?)
If it was titled “What Robin’s Laws character type are you, given that you play D&D and are inflexible to your game needs / play agenda?” I’d be happier.