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The game is played on a hexagonal board that’s divided into the core personality types. You define your chosen personality at the start, and then answer a series of revealing questions, that will award you points depending on how you answer them. Once the game is over, you’ll be able to see how close you are to your predicted personality.

However for those of you who want a challenge, why not chose to play two personality paths instead of one? Or play as a different personality all together? See if you really are a good judge of character.

Unlike many other games winning isn’t everything: the true enjoyment of Persuasion lies in what it reveals about you. Are you as tough as you thought? Or do you have a secret tender side? The only way to find out is to play this excitingly revealing game.
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