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Cersei Lannister MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Cersei Lannister'
Cersei Lannister MBTI type
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Game of Thrones

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TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 105


ESTJ - 43
ESFJ - 36
ENTJ - 11
ENFJ - 11
INTJ - 2
ESTP - 1
ISFJ - 1

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 46


3W4 - 23
6W5 - 10
8W9 - 5
8W7 - 3
2W3 - 2
4W3 - 2
7W6 - 1

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That's also why I like Varys, he actually cares about the people more than about some pair of buttocks on a throne. I love recent Cersei, since she cut her hair and D/D gave her an IQ boost. Cersei is a bitch, arrogant, vindictive, evil, manipulative, but she's a good villain and that's why I love her. My true team is Team Jon Snow thoughI never liked Daenerys, I think, but she is becoming so arrogant it's unbearable, always relying on a name to get what she wants.

MBTI type of Cersei Lannister

. I actually like Euron, but I'm biased because he's much more awesome in the books, I think. Yes, Jaime is one of the best characters in GoT.

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. Though Euron I don't like. Jamie's probably the one I feel I have the most affiliation with.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Cersei Lannister. I hate her and I hate Daenerys, but they both have allies that I like. I guess I'm just going to watch them fight hoping characters I like don't die too prematurely.Which of the 16 personality types is Cersei Lannister?. she reminds me of an esfj teacher I knowAlso if any of you have ever met any unhealthy alcoholic ESFJ's (. . . They often get caught up over every little thing you say that could be interpreted negatively against you and won't let the grudge go. And they get bent over making sure (driven by their Fe) that no one can be happy if they can't. But they don't hold onto their emotions the way Cersei does. The problem with typing her as ESTJ, is where does she use Te. Tyrion will point out the logical decisions for the crown to make, and Cersei is hung up over vengeance as opposed to putting emotions aside. All decisions she makes are purely based on emotion. And vengeance is VERY much an "Fe" thing. You see Fe in how she cares more about her children than anything else. She appears to be more ESTJ than ESFJ. What. She doesn't have any Fe in my opinion. I thought at least more than one person saw her as ESFP . . . . . She's not consistent with that. No way Cersei is an ENTJ. Her father is a good example of an ENTJ in the show. She tries to be like him but fails at it. I didn't mean to come off so strongly for ESTJ in particular because I see her as more of a general Te dominant, it was just that ESxJ were the leading vote getters. ENTJ typing actually makes a ton of sense to me despite being unpopular here. Yeah, good point, outside of her love of her children she's kinda forceful in how she talks with others. Compare to Margaery who uses feminine charm. It's as if nobody has actually seen an ESTJ mother before. You also see Fe in how she always thinks of her children. She just concentrates all her Fe-energy on nurturing her children and no one else. Definitely Fe and not Fi. She's not ENTJ. She definitely has Si and not Se. She never lets anything go. That's ESFJ in a nutshell. But most definitely not her. ENTJ is pretty clear. In the show she could be an ESTJ after episode 6x10. Tywin is too much of a fast decision maker to be INTJ, INTJs are patient and build things up to the perfect out-come. As for INTJ: Roose Bolton. Robb had no idea what was about to happen. . . I don't think she's as helpless as Tywin (wasn't he INTJ. ) wants to make her out to be though. Honestly, should there be a page for the characters in the show and one for the characters in the book. Because they could have different types depending on the source. She uses brute force, knowing she can't put up with the schemes of the show's NJ characters. Maybe ESTJ, but ENTJ is quite a baffling type for her. There isn't anywhere. She's not an intuitive thinker at all, and the whole ''she wishes she was an ENTJ'' is so true. She just wants to be one of the guys (which is arguably more TJ than FJ for a woman). Also, look at how Tywin (actual ENTJ) thinks of her: ''I don't distrust you because you are a woman, I distrust you because you are not as smart as you think you are''. Owned. Also compare her to Littlefinger (NTJ), Littlefinger:''Knowledge is power. '';Cersei:''Power is power''. I might change to ESTJ, but ENTJ really doesn't suits her. Lol she wishes she was an ENTJI'm impressed by how much I disagree with typings of Game of Throne characters . . . Her ridiculously intense love for her family, even to the point of incest, seems like a fundamentally gothic thing. She is very in touch with what she wants, no matter what everyone else thinks and how complex it is. Imo she is clearly no Feeler. If she was an ENFJ, she would be more like Margeary. Protective over her children and can't punish them when they're wrong because of her personality. I would like to type her ENFJ but it hust doesn't fit her. Female ISTP's are the hardest to type and ESFJ females are the easiest to typeShe is difficult to type but I figured it out. . ISTP. It didn't come across this way when watching the tv series (I have watched all seasons so far). However, she dismisses traditions, is cunning and doesn't shy away from intrigues and even murder, but she was also accused of making "emotional decisions", which would be strange for an INTJ. Well, I've read all the books, seen the series, etc. In the 4th, you have her point of view about the situation. Why . Because we realize how far she is Fe, and I would add how far she is feminist. As a "bad Fe", she has decided that all her world was doomed to failure, including her in a certain way. Considering that, she wants to save the only people she considers innocent, pure : her children, but also her brother. I have to admit that I only watched the series so far, so I can't comment on the book's version of her. I still think she's Te - FiHave you read all the books, or you have just taken a look on the HBO program . But how does she fit Jung's conception of Fe. Also, other political active Fe-doms: Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela and Pope Francis. Did you vote INTJ . You'r right she can hide her feelings - but smart political ENFJ do it regularly. I think that's her tertiary Fi. I don't see her as having an antisocial personality disorder. feelings manipulator , family oriented. And inferior (Ti) makes sense.