What Animal Would Your Daemon Settle As?

Monkey DaemonWhat Animal Would Your Daemon Settle As?
I haven’t done a silly quiz in a long time. Here’s my result:

My MONKEY DAEMON represents a nature that is admired, detail-oriented, and full of curiosity. Some people might call me self-absorbed. I like to plan ahead, and hone my various talents to perfection.

I’m not sure that describes me perfectly, but hey, monkeys are cute and funny! A monkey daemon would rock, as long as it wasn’t a scary evil monkey like Mrs. Coulter’s. (Link courtesy of Marci, who is a hare.)

If you have no idea what I’m talking about, “daemons” are from Phillip Pullman’s His Dark Materials books. Even if you haven’t read them, you’ll learn about them when the movie comes out in a couple years.


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  1. MY EAGLE DAEMON represents an unlikely combination of fierce pride and remarkable wisdom. Though widely admired, you can be very distant at times, and like to stay out of people’s personal lives.
    This describes me somewhat except for that last part, which is false!

  2. I have a TIGER as a Daemon. Not very good really since I chose assassin. I don’t really see the tiger moving about stealthily, do you?

    Now just have to find the combo of answers that brings up the FERRET DAEMON!!! 🙂

  3. Here I am….the hare daemon. Your HARE DAEMON represents your passive, kindhearted, and honorable nature. Though you are occasionally shy with new people, friends admire your unshakable tranquility, even in the face of chaos.
    Not so accurate, in my opinion.

  4. I am also the Hare daemon.

    I guess it is pretty accurate for me.

  5. I turned out to be the Monkey Demon. Not sure if that’s a good thing though, but I guess since our lovely webgoddess got it, it can’t be too bad.

  6. Watch the monkey get hurt, monkey.

  7. i have always thought of my daemon as a barn owl or tyto alba. it has just settled as i have recently turned 13. i am very pleased with his chosen form.

  8. Your WOLF DAEMON shows that you are solitary,
    ferocious, and often intimidating, but not
    without your sufficient loyalty and poise.
    People tend to misunderstand you, but you
    prefer your own company, anyway.

    They described me perfect.

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