|143, 990. Not bad. You’re no Mongol warlord, but to have that many copies of your genetic code running around 800 years from now is pretty impressive.
You’re at the lower end of the scoring spectrum, but, honestly, when you consider that the cheaters, swindlers, and football players of this world are statistically best-equipped to create children, scoring low is something to be proud of. As you’ll see below, some of your lines will die out, but nonetheless your genetic material will thrive here on earth for a long time to come.
A close friend of mine created a program to generate family trees for this test. It’s based on your unique answers. We accounted for sterility, birth rates, death rates, disease, drug abuse, nitwitism, and accidents and came up with this, for you: