Sign Up | Log in |

Arya Stark MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Arya Stark'
Arya Stark MBTI type

Movie Characters

Part of:
Game of Thrones

[Game of Thrones MBTI list]


ISTP - 59
ISFP - 41
ENFP - 4
ESFP - 3
ENTP - 1
ENFJ - 1
ESTP - 1

[Famous ISTPs]

Log in to vote!


8W9 - 39
8W7 - 22
4W3 - 4
6W7 - 4
7W8 - 4
2W1 - 1
6W5 - 1
9W8 - 1

[Famous Enneagram 8]

Log in to vote!

Old (unmoderated comments)

Like an INFP but more practical, Se user. Anyone who has a familiarity with the books knows; she's a definite immature ISTP 8w7, prone to vengeful thinking as much as she is ruthlessly practicality. I guess her image seems ISTP. There's just such a large focus on identity, who she really is, what she really wants and what feels true to her and her values throughout the story in a way that that just seems so Fi to me.

MBTI type of Arya Stark

. She tries to become "no one" but struggles to separate from her identity as Arya Stark, it's too strong and she holds it too closely to her. She also struggles to separate herself from her desires, the ones associated with Arya Stark.

Find out about Arya Stark personality type

. I've started reading the books recently, and even her very first chapter seemed riddled with Fi. Her inner narrative seems fixated on who she is, who others are, what others want her to be, what she desires to be instead etc.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Arya Stark. There's just a lot of "that's not me", "that's not who I am", "that's not who I want to be", "that's not what I value", "this is what I want to do as it feels true to me" talk from her character that seems so very Fi to me. #erisen.Which of the 16 personality types is Arya Stark?. Dylan Klebold saw the rest of people as mindless shallow conformists (zombies) that he wanted to get rid off, Elliot Rodgers wanted to be accepted based on those things he thought will give him acceptance (money, cars, social status, being a ''gentleman'') but when people didn't give him that, he wanted revenge. Elliot Rodgers is nothing like a Fi-dom,much less INFP. He was more like a psycho ISFJ, but I guess people can't see that. Honestly, Klebold and Rodgers killed people because they had something psychotic inside of themselves, not because of their mbti type, but I don't think in a normal case anybody would type someone like Rodgers as INFP. It's not that Fi-doms can't get revenge but they are less likely to, and long-term revenge to them is generally of a more complex nature. What I mean about the machine thing is that when you make very few feeling judgments, you tend to pay way more attention to them, and then the question becomes not "do I feel like doing this. ", and there isn't proper feeling feedback saying "should I really do this. " Yes Ti-dom would be more like "what is the point. My infp friend got revenge on her boyfriend recently and on parents 3 years ago. It happened so suddenly and that was primal kind of feeling judgment, which Fi-doms use more often than Ti types, because they rely on their feelings and belive them to be truth. It's more productive to move on so i will move on and i will be more happy. Why would ti-doms use small judging machine when they have big judging called rationality. Many Fi doms wouldn't say that revenge is so simple and imo Fi-doms usually are more keen on it than others. see: Dylan Klebold, Elliot RodgerAs for ISTP versus ISFP, the way I like to think about Ti-doms versus Fi-doms is that each of them has one big judging machine and one small judging machine. When something comes through the small one, it is rare enough that it gets put in the driver's seat in your brain. An IxTP doesn't rely on feeling decisions often, but when they do, they are absolute and unshakable. She's had people do her wrong and she wants them to pay. Revenge is one of the simplest, most direct, primal kinds of feeling judgment, which is why Fi-doms usually aren't all that keen on it. "Why are we arguing. Lol at even thinking about INTP" We all can be that way :)¤You're the one who didn't give good reasons for being INTP, so the burden of proof is not on me. Anyway, the point was that being tomboyish is probably why she seems like a T type to people, when most of her decisions seem to be based on her personal judgements of right or wrong, not what works or doesn't. *I'm more surprised that you are surprised when you. . . What would an INTP, or even an INTJ, be like in her position. My guess is that your way of looking at things doesn't even allow for an INTx to exist in her circumstances. Inquisitive can be a P thing*. But it's not a definite N trait. And also true NJ's are more inquisitive than ESPsInquisitive =/= N. Inquisitive is a P thing, it correlates with Se and Ne (users). Certain traits don't cancel others, it just means they're more preponderent over the other. ISP for example can think intuitively at times, but it doesn't cancel the fact that they think concretely most of the time. Anyway, you seem to agree that she's most likely ISP anyway, so what are we arguing for. Like I agree that N types are as a rule more inquisitve than S types, and yeah, you're right, inquisitivness is more N than P (I admit I was wrong here) as NJ types are more inquisitive than ESP, but among the S types, ISPs are more inquisitive than the others. #MarkzDemerius, O, hi Mark. She is clearly an ISFP. It has certain moments that she really seems intuitive and rational strategy, but this can be seen more when there are times of stress or decisive - where Ni-Te like to appear. So you're really going to stick to your idea that inquisitiveness is more of a P trait than an N trait. Sensing types are all sensing, none are "intuitive". ISFP is the good guess, even though she could ISTP and that's the way the actress portrays herNo, it isn't, blah blah blah (sorry). But yeah, ESPs are kinda similar with SJs in taking things a bit at face value. No it isn't. inquisitive is just P, not intpIn the beginning she is very inquisitive and idiosyncratic. I think an INTP girl in her situation could easily end up as a "tomboy" simply as rebellion against the life she was forced into. ISTPs can have the traits I mentioned too. But later on that becomes a moot point as she is clearly S, and less clearly T. Ti-doms can be immensely stubborn with their own values so I really see nothing in the whole story in direct contradiction to ISTP, like I would with any other type. She seemed values driven from the first when I first time I saw her, listening to what she felt was right, not what made sense. I think her tomboyshness makes her seem ISTP, but I don't understand how anybody could ever think she's INTP. I thought ENFP at first, but Se is too obvious, she could even be a very serious ESFP due to the harshness of her life, but ISFP works best. The thing is that the character is inconsistent. In the first seasons, she seemed quite analytical, cunning, calm (except for the dumb decision to not directly kill Tywin, but I see it more like a fail made by the author in order to not kill a major character too soon, Tywin dying like that would have been a disappointed death) when in the last seasons she's revealed to be more acting with her feelings or according to what she thinks is right, contradictory to rationality. ISFP makes more sense. I don't see Ti. But she's definitely a strong Se user. Yeah,she does not use any Ti. To me Arya is clearly SP, I'm always surprised to see her typed as something else, she's the first one that comes to mind when I think of XSXP characters (same with Sansa and SJ) The reason why some people dislike her (even me sometimes) is because she's really impulsive and doesn't think of the consequences her actions can have (like in season 2 when she could have asked Jaqen to kill Tywin from the begining instead of stupid subordinates. . ) It's clearly inferior or tertiary Ni so I could see her as a Se dom. I agree there's something wrong with ISTP, her whole story is about identity seeking. She's always trying to stop him from doing amoral things (killing or let innocent people die) not to say that ISTPs are amoral, but usually cynical, whereas Arya is very naive (even in season 5, I think the scene with the other girl making her believe a fake story is a good example). XSFP for sure. ENFP. Only have a couple more to go, but so far I'd go with ISFP probably even more so than Jon Snow. She tends to dwell upon how wrong it was for her to kill even though it was for damn good reasons.