Are You Crowley or Aziraphale?

By: Ian Fortey

Are You Crowley or Aziraphale?
Image: Amazon Video / BBC Two

About This Quiz

When Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett teamed up to write "Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch" back in 1990, they created one of the most unique and fun comedy/fantasy novels ever written. And was it any surprise? Gaiman and Pratchett are two of the most creative minds in fantasy history. They create incredible, vibrant and amazingly quirky characters that you can't help fall in love with. And, yeah, sometimes you can see yourself in them too, even if they are demons and angels.

The relationship between the demon Crowley and the angel Aziraphale is central to the story of "Good Omens." In the Amazon Prime adaptation of the book, it seems like something more may be going on there. It's a strong friendship that has lasted for centuries, but maybe it's something more intense, something that shows just how deep these two characters can be. But whatever their relationship, they're very different in a lot of ways and yet so much the same in others. But which one is more like you? Are you more of an angel in your soul, or are you a little darker and feistier? Now's the time to find out!

Question 1 If you were down for a full back tattoo, would you be more likely to get feathery wings or bat wings?
Bat
Feathers
I'd rather get a skull or a dragon or something.
I'm not a tattoo person.

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Question 2 You know, when you're an adult, you can eat dessert first if you want. Pick one!
Chocolate cake
Vanilla ice cream
Double fudge brownies
Apple pie

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Question 3 Are you a horror movie aficionado? What's your favorite one?
"The Exorcist"
"Dawn of the Dead"
"Jaws"
"IT"

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Question 4 "Good Omens" is very much a story of good vs. evil. If you were in a fight, what "Good Omens" actor would you want on your side?
Jon Hamm
David Tennant
Nick Offerman
Adria Arjona

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Question 5 David Tennant pretty much kills it as Crowley. What other roles of his impressed you?
Barty Crouch Jr. in "Harry Potter"
Dr. Who
Kilgrave in "Jessica Jones"
Spitelout in "How to Train Your Dragon"

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Question 6 Michael Sheen plays a pretty decent angel. Do you like any of his other roles?
Aro in "Twilight"
Lucian in "Underworld"
William Masters in "Masters of Sex"
Roland Blum in "The Good Fight"

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Question 7 If you're in the mood for a little more Heaven and Hell action, what other show would you watch?
"Lucifer"
"The Good Place"
"The Exorcist"
"Miracle Workers"

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Question 8 If you could get out of work early by telling a little lie, would you do it?
In a heartbeat
No
If I needed out of work, sure
I'd feel weird doing that.

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Question 9 Neil Gaiman has been behind some really cool stories. Which one is your favorite?
"American Gods"
"Stardust"
"Coraline"
"Mirrormask"

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Question 10 If you had the opportunity to go back and live in any time period Aziraphale and Crowley lived in, which would you pick?
The Dark Ages
The Victorian Era
The dawn of time
The '80s

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Question 11 Do you believe anyone can be truly all good or all bad?
Yep!
I think there's a rich diversity.
I don't know everyone so I can't say.
That's probably very relative.

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Question 12 If there's drama going on in the lives of your friends, do you feel the need to get involved?
Oh, absolutely
Only if they need my help
I might mix it up, sure.
I want to avoid that at all costs.

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I like my alone time.
Sometimes I am.
Not at all
Yes

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Question 14 What skills do you bring to a team?
I'm quite crafty.
Intelligence
Strength
I'm pretty good at board games.

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Question 15 What's the most important part of a relationship?
Loyalty
Trust
I'm not really sure.
Honesty

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Question 16 Does violence ever solve anything?
Oh, yes
Of course not
It solves everything if you're violent enough.
I hope not.

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Question 17 Does your heart influence more of your decisions or does your head?
My head
My heart
I'm all instinct.
I dunno. Both?

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Question 18 Crowley is a man with style and a fine automobile. What kind of car would you be using to get around town?
Bentley
Volkswagen
Hummer
Volvo

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Question 19 All things being equal, do you think you'd enjoy immortality?
Oh, very much!
I imagine it'd have some rough points.
I have no idea.
That sounds a bit like a nightmare.

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Question 20 Crowley was the one who tempted Eve with the apple. What kind of fruit is more tempting to you?
I'll stick with apples.
Grapes
Dragonfruit
Banana

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Question 21 If you're a Neil Gaiman fan, then surely you have a favorite book, right?
"The Graveyard Book"
"The Ocean at the End of the Lane"
"Anansi Boys"
"Neverwhere"
I'm not really a fan.

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Question 22 Terry Pratchett had an incredibly long career as an author. Which of his books is required reading?
"Going Postal"
"The Color of Magic"
"Mort"
"The Wee Free Men"

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Question 23 Aziraphale is quite the bibliophile. How many books would you say you own?
Just a few
Hundreds
I'm not really a book person.
I dunno. A few dozen, I guess.

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Question 24 Agnes Nutter could see into the future. Have you ever met anyone with psychic powers?
Too many
I've met people who said they had powers.
Nope
I may have, but who's to say?

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Question 25 If you were planning to have a clandestine meeting with someone you shouldn't be seen with, where would you do it?
A dark alley
A park by the ducks
The woods
A Starbucks

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Question 26 One of the hardest parts about owning a dog is naming it. The name "Dog" is already taken, so what will you choose?
Nephilim
Seraph
Spot
Edgar

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Question 27 Is it even a chase if there's no chase music? Which of these bands would get you pumped for a high-speed chase?
Queen
Adele
Slipknot
Ed Sheeran

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Question 28 Hell may be an awful place, but it inspires some decent music. Which is your favorite Hell song?
"Highway to Hell" by AC/DC
"Sympathy for the Devil" by the Rolling Stones
"Hellraiser" by Motorhead
"What the Hell" by Avril Lavinge

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Question 29 Heaven has inspired a few memorable songs. Which one is your favorite?
"Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin
"Tears in Heaven" by Eric Clapton
"Knockin' on Heaven's Door" by Guns N' Roses
"Heaven is a Place on Earth" by Belinda Carlisle

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Question 30 How long have you been friends with your oldest friend in the world?
A preposterously long time
Forever
Less than a year
I dunno. A few years.

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