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Anakin Skywalker MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Anakin Skywalker'
Anakin Skywalker MBTI type
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TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 93


ENFP - 40
ESFP - 37
ISFP - 4
INFP - 3
ESTP - 3
INFJ - 2
ENTJ - 2
ISTP - 2

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 71


2W3 - 33
8W7 - 19
4W3 - 7
3W2 - 3
6W7 - 2
7W6 - 2
1W2 - 1
2W1 - 1
3W4 - 1
7W8 - 1
9W8 - 1

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He seems to want a lot of praise and validation in the prequel triloogy. Plus it's easy to explain how ENFP Anakin becomes ISTJ (the converse of ENFP) as Vader. . .

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. . That would explain Vader in a nutshell.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Anakin Skywalker. Vader is such an 8w9. Rather, 2w3 to 8w9 is way more logically coherent.Which of the 16 personality types is Anakin Skywalker?. Bad character writing aside, Anakin is an idealist and really does care about people. He's a typical 4 sx. I thought for a while he'd be 8 because of his rebilliousness, he seemed to have a fear to be controlled. Because of this fear he strives to be unique, in the sense of "the chosen one". He sees his strong force abilities being a way to be more unique. (Like Moolfreet described) I believe his tritype is 478, the messenger. It really fits to his personality. Primary realizing the environment he's in and jumping into action. (Se) His love for droids, and machines comes from his (Se and Te), and the weakest function Ni, foreseeing and thinking about possible scenarios and perspectives. (I'm sorry for my crappy english)The Se is obvious, and the way he acts in Episode 2 just screams ESFP. everything he does in the Episodes 2 and 3* when he thinks she betrayed him*Yes, and also I forgot to say he's the ultimate romantic, so 4sx fits perfectly well. I think Anakin is a good example of sexual 4 in the enneagram. He is seen as an 8 because of his anger but type 8 is a thinker type, and he says himself in Episode 2 he can't repress his feelings and emotions, they lead him. Naranjo points out that Eights often don’t need to get angry, whereas this Four frequently feels misunderstood or envious, so they may show anger more often. ” Sexual 4 is the type that shows anger the most : "Naranjo says that this Four subtype can be the angriest personality among the Enneagram types. ” He was very resentful at the counsel for being denied the rank of Jedi Master in Episode 3, which lead him in part to his rebellion, and at Obi-Wan in Episode 2 for not thinking he was ready for it : a four angry at the world. “And Sexual Fours can be very impulsive. Naranjo calls this type ‘Competition,’ (and called it “the mad four”) and Ichazo called it ‘Hate. ’” / “Sexual Fours are usually arrogant, despite having an underlying sense of inferiority. These Fours like to be part of 'chosen’ group, and they can be very elitist. ” : He is extremely arrogant, feels misunderstood by the counsel and becomes part of the elite of the Sith because he was "rejected" from the Elite of the Jedi he was seeking. Esfp who occasionally uses he. Se he lives in the moment and he does not think of the consequence s of his actions. Fi. Te very direct, he has a it is what it is mentality. Ni inferior him seeing visions of padme dying and he sees Luke as a representation of him facing the truth about himself. Sometimes breaking down in tears (frustration, anger) for apparently no reason. They also have a very conservative shadow side IMO Si could be the hardest inferior function there is. He seems impulsive in a Se way at times, but that's just repressed Si and him being impatient. Immature Fi out of control. ESTP. ISTP. I personally think Anakin is ENFP, not only because I related to him well as a kid, but because the arguements for ENFP are backed with evidence rather than assertions and stereotypes. The ISFP argument was very weak and Vader is not an ENTJ. Besides, wouldn't it make sense for a jedi to transform into his repressed type through the toture of his wife just dying and the guilt of him betraying the order for a vision that happened anyway whether he would'be joined or not. Mytr - If you mean his transformation into Vader, he is ENFP turns ISTJ. A clear example of an ISFP. Moody,introverted sensitive. Moody,introverted sensitive. I actually think he's ENFP too. When he gets older, he's less talkative but still is extremely overt in his feelings and is never afraid to voice his sentiments. E rather than I. He's allured by the dark side in part because he finds the Jedi way limiting. He also sees flaws within the Republic's system of government and proposes that a dictatorship would be better (in general terms, he notices a big picture problem and thinks of a solution). So N rather than S. ENFP. Everything you just said as "evidence" for ENFP (you actually haven't even offered any really, not even for Ne, which is a totally wrong way to type anyway), I could easily argue by spouting the same psychobabble back at you from my side. That's what I'm getting at. And no, Vader is an ENTJ, not ISTJ. No, don't you see. " And his "prophecy," "chosen one" mystic stuff is so totally "Ni. " Yeah, it's ridiculously easy to spout off pseudoscientific psychobabble and make an impressive sounding but utterly hollow argument for any side, isn't it. An incredibly dumb ISFP for that matter. Becomes the complete opposite, ENTJ, as Vader, and he gets an intelligence boost as well.