Jamie: No because Quizilla is for idiots who write the same boring stories and just change around the names and species of the main character's love interest.
However, there are some witty and mature people on the site, though the only "masterpieces" they make are honestly...NOT quizzes at all, rather very long, perennial and boring romance "novels", which usually go by the names of "A date with a vampire - part 45" or "The hot foreign exchange student at Hogwarts - chapter 12". These are all just a subtle way to do the exact same thing as their toddler enemies, as usually they will get "rated" the "highest score" by poor, helpless teenage girls who focus on nothing more than gaining around 5 boyfriends on the doomed website by sending countless numbers of private messages to the authors.
However, not all of Quizilla is bad. Behind the cliche romances, the porn, and the bad Anne Rice fanfiction, there are some really good quizzes. "Claim Your Wings" and "What Color is Your Heart?" are two great ones, but there are countless others.
The other great part about Quizilla is the people. The site is based in Salt Lake City, the home of its sweet, witty owner, who works his ass off on a daily basis. The users, for the most part, are awesome people as well. Chaoscomesatnite, Freyja525, SarahLyn, and Shattered-Sorrow are awesome people, as are the other people who make actual quizzes, not just those terrible romances and porn. (Although the romance writers are the perkiest, kindest people you'll ever meet.)
All in all, Quizilla is definitely worth a visit, despite the awful downtime.
Marie: Well, it's awesome.
Now the site is over-run with cheesey fanfics about fictional characters, and celebraties, written by wanna-be writers who're lonly and decide to share their secret fantasies with the rest of the world.
Sadly, it is now hard to find a decent story quiz, and because of the useless fangirls that have overrun the site, most of the better writers have left.
Now, Quizilla isn't a bad site at all. It offers messaging, creation of your own quizzes, a confused and useless search engine, and a dedicated creator. But if you want to find a decent story among the masses of fanfics, spam-quizzes, and cyber offers, it might take you a bit of time. Of course, a good story is always rare.
78% of the authors on Quizilla
However now it has become a haven for vague RPG's, Fan Fiction and porn, sometimes all three.
For some reason the owners ain't discouraging this. We can only hope they do a fan fiction.net on thier asses.
It's also a cool way to kill time.
"Teacher's pet - part 14 "talking" things out - Harry Potter"