I see left-bias because of the particular wording, as many of the questions are worded in extreme ways, for example, one question asked "Because corporations cannot be trusted to protect the environment, they require regulation." The wording implies that corporations cannot be trusted to protect...
I have a pretty big problem with how many of these questions are worded. There is a very strong bias towards the left in the text of the questions. I also find the lack of a neutral option troubling.
Economic Left-Right: 0.88
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -2.41
I would probably be a wizard. While I am stronger and more agile than most people that I know, my intelligence is my defining trait. I see myself as a pyromancer, specifically, due to my confident nature, coupled with my tendency to berserk when angry.
I would probably most enjoy existing in Huxley's Brave New World, assuming that I exist as an Alpha, rather than a Beta or less. I think I fit the description of an Alpha pretty well.
Otherwise, probably Pokemon, for reasons already stated.
This is a little more complex than yay or nay. I, personally, would allow them to deify my, though I would try to convince them that I was not. Freedom of religion is something I consider important, as is truth.
Frankly, I couldn't imagine a Game of The Decade Award for this last decade going to anything but World of Warcraft. Nothing else has made it's mark like WoW. It's still relevant 7 years after initial launch, and millions of people are still playing it.
I was going to be upset if nobody had yet mentioned Shakespeare's work in this thread. Iago of Othello, in my opinion, is the greatest villain in any work of literature I have ever read, watched, or otherwise consumed. Lady Macbeth was pretty nasty, too, for the first couple acts, anyway...
I'll probably focus on One-handed, Block, Destruction, Restoration, and Heavy Armor, myself; I like to have the option to cut my enemy's testicles off, or melt their faces Raiders of the Lost Ark style.