Waking up in Wayward Pines can seem a bit of a nightmare at first, but some are more equipped to handle this relative utopia than others. Do you think you can make it in the Pines? Take these 10 questions and find out!
START THE QUIZ!
What is your biggest fear?
Losing my family
I fear nothing
What would you change about yourself if you could?
I'd be more disciplined
I'd take more chances
I'd be more involved
What motivates you to work hard?
The greater good of humanity
What really makes you angry?
People who don't follow the rules
Nothing really angers me
How do you feel about surprises?
I hate them
I love them
How would your friends describe you?
Are you a clean person or a messy person?
I'm a mix of both
Are cultural traditions valuable?
Not at all
Is your glass half full or half empty?
A mix of both
Are you an introvert or an extrovert?
It depends on the day
The brainwashing seems to have worked on you, as you could easily live a happy life in Wayward Pines for at least two years. Sure the dwindling food supply and threat of abby's would likely be a bit irritating, but it's nothing you couldn't endure for the sake of "utopia."
You could survive one year in Wayward Pines! Perhaps you have a cause that you're fighting for or maybe there's some unfinished business you need to attend to. While you would likely loathe living in Wayward Pines, you've got the can-do attitude that would allow you to outlast your fellow citizens.
You would only survive 6 months in Wayward Pines! While you would try to acclimate to regular life in the pines, you would soon go stir crazy. In an attempt to break out of the town you would inevitable scale the fence and then face certain doom via the hands of an Abby.
You could survive 3 months in Wayward pines! Wayward Pines isn't your idea of utopia. Quite honestly you find the people there to be creepy brainwashed cultists. You consider the fact that you laste3 months to be quite an achievement.
You could survive 1 month in Wayward pines! The minute you would step foot in Wayward Pines you would want out. There's nothing about this creepy version of eutopia that suits your individualistic way of thinking. You could never be told what to do and let others get away with it!