If the Marvel Universe Was a Zodiac Which Would You Be?

By: Ruby Scalera

If the Marvel Universe Was a Zodiac Which Would You Be?
Image: Marvel Studios/ Paramount Pictures

About This Quiz

"I still believe in heroes." — Nick Fury 

Whether you've long been a fan of comic books or you've recently come to love the Guardians of the Galaxy and the Avengers on the big screen,  you know that Marvel shows us many things. The Marvel Universe tells us that we can all be heroes, that our pasts do not define us and that found family is just as strong as blood. From the first "Iron Man" film to the iconic coming together of heroes from all around the world in the final battle of "Avengers: Endgame," we have laughed, cried, cheered for and lamented for our favorite characters. 

Who you love most doesn't just speak to your Marvel Universe opinions, either. It has meaning outside of the world of heroes and heroines, a deeper sentiment about who you are and your role in the universe all around you. What do you value, and how would you act if you had the strength and ability to save the world — or destroy it?  

Pick your favorite quotes, choose your top superheroes, design your villain-fighting suit, and take this quiz about your Marvel Zodiac to find out what the hidden meanings behind all your Marvel favorites say about you! 

Question 1 - strength What do you think is the most valuable weapon in battle?
Brute strength
Healing powers
Strategic planning
An ability to command

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Question 2 - Avengers Which of the original Avengers do you most identify with?
The Hulk
Hawkeye
Iron Man
Captain America

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Question 3 - Guardians of the Galaxy Who is your favorite Guardian of the Galaxy?
Drax
Mantis
Rocket
Star-Lord

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Question 4 - Steve Pick a Marvel quote:
"I don't want to kill anyone. I don't like bullies. I don't care where they're from." — Steve Rogers, "Captain America: The First Avenger"
"It's not about how much we lost. It's about how much we have left." — Tony Stark, "Avengers: Endgame"
"Faith is my sword. Truth is my shield. Knowledge my armor." — Stephen Strange, "Doctor Strange"
"Today, we don't fight for one life, we fight for all of them." — Black Panther, "Avengers: Infinity War"

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Question 5 - transform What scares you the most?
Injustice going unchecked
Losing those I care about
Never finding the answers to life's questions
Not fulfilling my potential

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Question 6 - Hela Which Marvel villain would you most want to fight?
Hela, in "Thor: Ragnarok"
Ego, in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2"
Loki, in "Thor" and "The Avengers"
Thanos, in "Avengers: Infinity War" and "Avengers: Endgame"

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Question 7 - strange How will you help to keep your troops' spirits up?
With rallying cries and calls for justice
With an appeal to empathy for those who need our help
With strong and reliable battle plans they can trust
With my commanding control and confidence

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Men have died for lesser causes.
Love is the strongest force in the universe.
There are some human truths that do not need answers.
Love makes a person vulnerable.

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Question 9 - natasha How much of your past are you willing to share?
My past has made me who I am now, but the decisions I make today will determine who I am tomorrow.
If it helps others to heal, I'm willing to open up.
I use my experiences as a way to better understand the world, and I'm not afraid of sharing them.
I don't want to make myself vulnerable, so I keep my past secret.

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Question 10 - weakness What do you consider to be your biggest weakness?
I tend to make up my mind about an issue and not change it.
My need to care for others can be used against me.
I can be indecisive or slow to respond, due to overthinking.
I don't like to share control or power, so I can seem demanding.

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Thor's hammer
Captain America's shield
Spider-Man's web-shooters
Iron Man's suit

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Question 12 -  dust If you survived the dusting, what would you do?
Gather task forces to try to keep the peace
Join therapy groups and try to help others hold on
Work with scientists and engineers to try to find a solution
Help society by taking control and starting anew

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I'll wear whatever will keep me most protected in battle, in dark colors to keep me hidden.
I like to have a lot of space so I can carry necessary items. Blues and greens suit my look.
Honestly, whatever's most comfortable for developing strategies will be fine. It seems like everything I own is blue, though?
I like to stand out in a crowd, so give me something shiny and bright that will keep me safe.

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Question 14 - sins Which pairing of deadly sins best describes you?
Envy and wrath
Sloth and gluttony
Greed and lust
Pride and greed

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Question 15 - workout When you're not saving the world, what do you like to do?
I like to work out and stay in shape.
I like to volunteer and spend time with others.
I like to read and write stories.
I like to watch the news and follow politics.

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Question 16 - genres Which film genre is your favorite?
Action and adventure
Romance
Documentaries
Drama

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Question 17 - ship As a superhero, how would you get around?
I fly my own plane.
I pilot the spaceship.
I use my magic abilities.
I can fly.

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Question 18 - stan lee Which of these is your favorite Stan Lee cameo?
Hugh Hefner in "Iron Man"
"Tony Stank" in "Captain America: Civil War"
Sakaar hairstylist in "Thor: Ragnarok"
"I thought he'd be taller" in "Captain America: The First Avenger"

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Question 19 - ego If you could be better at anything, what would it be?
Not letting my ego control me
Saying no when the time is right
Accepting that I won't always know the answer
Ceding control to those I trust

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I best it in battle.
I help those it harms.
I take it down from the inside.
I undermine its power and take it for my own.

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Question 21 - food What would you eat after a long battle?
A pile of hamburgers
PB&J
Fruits and nuts
Shawarma, of course

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Question 22 -  argue How do you respond to criticism?
I can handle constructive critique, but I don't like it when people are mean for no reason.
I try to understand where the criticism is coming from and use it to better myself.
Criticism is another opportunity for learning and growth.
I don't want others to see me vulnerable, so I don't allow criticism.

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Question 23 - perfect How would you describe your perfect world?
One where everyone is fairly and equally represented
One in which everyone is provided for and cared for
One where academics and scientists control policy for the good of all
One run by a competent leader — and I know just the person

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Question 24 - era If you could live in any era, which would you choose?
Ancient Greece
Enlightenment France
Renaissance Italy
Ancient Egypt

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Question 25 - phone Who do you call when something goes wrong?
I rely on myself.
My family
My mentor
My group of friends

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Question 26 - expression How do you express yourself?
I use my strength to do the talking.
I talk openly and freely.
I'm strongest when using the written word.
My strength comes through in my speeches.

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I'm not afraid of anything.
I like to look first and leap second.
I tend to hold back and prepare, rather than dive in.
I like to show signs of strength, so yes.

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Question 28 - hero What does the word "hero" mean to you?
Standing up for those who can't stand up for themselves
Showing compassion and kindness, even when it's difficult
Finding a way to a peaceful and stable world
Leading others to freedom and independence

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Question 29 - civiL war Which Marvel movie inspires you the most?
"Captain America: Civil War"
"Avengers: Endgame"
"Guardians of the Galaxy"
"Captain Marvel"

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Question 30 - job If you could have any of these jobs, which would it be?
An athlete
A nurse
A writer
A politician

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