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Griffith MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Griffith'
Griffith MBTI type
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Berserk

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TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 39


ENTJ - 28
ENFJ - 5
INTJ - 3
INFJ - 1
ESTJ - 1
ESFJ - 1

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 32


3W4 - 26
3W2 - 5
8W7 - 1

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They are the true elite, as dictated by the golden rule of the universe. " And they say you can't type from a single quote. He's kind of forceful, the guy said to Guts that he owns him (what kind of INTJ do that to someone they barely know . ), and he raped Casca in public, that's not something very introverted.

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. 3 will make someone more well-mannered comparatively but still for an ENTJ he's too well-mannered. If he was an extravert he'd be energetic forceful.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Griffith. If he was ENTJ he'd be similar to Pegasus from Yugioh as Pegasus is ENFJ 3w4And Markz had said that before,Who ignore arguments now. XDSecond.Which of the 16 personality types is Griffith?. . . First. Griffith is a character close to a real human, that is why he is too deep, and all types of personality have high depth,are not superficial cartoonsThey're not prejudices, they're facts. I like how you conveniently ignore my other arguments though and fixate on those two. "He's too deep to be ENTJ" "he's too well-mannered to have tertiary Se". . His charisma comes from the 3, he's more extraverted because he's a 3. Still an ENTJ 3 would be much more extraverted. Gutts is the only one really close to him. His search for meaning is N+Fi. Also he's too well-mannered to have tertiary Se. Ni is his defining trait. Caska and plenty of other members of the Hawk don't have Se yet are good at combat and like it. Griffith appreciates the pleasures and knows how to get involved in the environment using charisma and intimidation [Se-ter] without showing indifference and withdrawal like Roose Bolton or Hannibal - an INTJ type 3. An ENTJ type 3 may seem quite a '' gentleman '' than an typical ENTJ type 8 or 1. Really no. . . . . he is not only future-thinking as Ni dominants. . . He has traits of dominant Ni. His Se is clearly inferior. An INTJ would be more individual and would not be so present to the group and would spend more time manipulating behind the curtains. He even said that in a war it's ridiculous to hide behind the curtains. That's the only view he has. He is practically a 'perfect' example of the prince of Machiavelli. The 3 makes him appear more extraverted and charismaticTe doms can often show lots of Fe traits. It is not rare or unusual. It may seem a sociopath ENFJ and idealistic at first, but he just wants the world to him; does not show great affection to his subordinates, and even though some empathy with Guts, he wants to control it for themselves only. Not to mention that the competitive vision and the way you see it would be a friend to me it seems somewhat Te-Ni. From what I remembered in the 13 first books of the manga, he did not really had regrets for sacrificing all of his friends (which could be the indication of inferior Fi). He's ready to do everything to reach his goal (being "raped" by a adult). The Ni is obvious, he's focused on the futur, has a clear vision of what he thinks he should be, So yes, ENTJ.

People not typing griffith as infj lol

INFJ?? Griffith is Very decisive, Machiavelli anexo, fast, strategic, tactic and fight for yourself.

Griffith is INFJ why? He's closer to ENFJ if he were an xNFJ. In fact, I could even see Griffith as an ENFJ but not in the traditional sense. His demeanor and personal convictions make me consider him as more of a feeler than a thinker, though he has done some pretty awful stuff. And come on, look at this smile! 

I'm pretty sure Griffith is ENTJ. The confusing between with Te and Fe is that they are good with social interaction. The more reclusive ENTJ tends to look like INTJ. While the more socially one looks like ENFJ. The idealistic one looks like INxJ. And finally the rare one that acts impulsivel looks like ExxP.

@mike ike Listen to his speech to Princess Charlotte about who could be his friend. It's VERY Fi driven. If you do not have a dream of your own like Griffith you are not worth Griffith's attention. He does not care at all about his men as Casca once told Guts.  He sees them as being dead "for they have no dreams" and justifies exploiting them to build his own kingdom - which is again Griffith being very attuned to his Fi values and using aux Te to achieve it. In the earlier chapters, he's also been described as being very high and mighty in an arrogant way according to Guts. Griffith is very much a man concerned with building himself up instead of building others or at least trying to accomodate for them in some way. A dom or aux Fe type would've at least tried to be accomodating of the men under him even if they had differeing values. Griffith didn't. Now we know why he had no problem sacrificing them during the Eclipse. ENTJ is a popular vote for him. Granted, INTJ could as well given his philosophical nature and atteunement to Fi principles. An ENTJ would've appeared much more forceful than the relatively more elegant Ni-driven INTJ like Griffith.

I can see INTJ in all honesty. Griffith's appearance in Berserk leaves little to the deciphering of whether he's an extrovert or introvert where as NTJ is obvious.

xNFJ is the image he gives to the people. He's an obvious xNTJ 3

Now that it seems his type is solid, what could be his tritype? 3 is his obvious heart type, I considered 5 or 6 for his head type, and more like 8 or 9 for his gut type. I could see 368 or 369 as most likely for Griffith, he's not intellectual or analytical like 5 and is very unwavering from his dream in a way that would imply 6, he feels insecure if he has no dream or if he's forgotten it.

3w4 8w9 6wX

Greatly inspired by Satan from Devilman, both being inferior Fi. They don't give a shit about anything.

He definitely seems more introverted but his function stack is definitely an ENTJs particularly the tertiary Se and inferior Fi. As for enneagram, he's like the poster child of 3w4.

Griffith is INTJ. Less forceful than Te doms - and more in touch with his Fi values than inferior Fi ENTJs. Despite doing terrible things to himself Grffith is nonetheless willing to show his more vulnerable Fi side than an inferior Te ENTJ.  Whether it be philsophizing infront of Charlotte or telling Guts he wants him, he is certainly willing to show his more humane side to the people he deems worthy.  He rationalized his pain as a sacrifice to for his dream to others but not so much to himself - bathing to wash off the filth and gouging his skin in disgust after sleeping with Count Gennon for example. He wasn't exactly motivated by money or power - but because of a child who died while serving under him. Griffth felt a connection with the child who dreamt big like he did when he was younger and decided in order to prevent more men like the child from dying he had to find means of more resources - so he prostituted himself for Count Gennon. He calmly rationalizes his actions to Casca but despite repressing his feelings, it's not the same thing as inferior Fi repression by ENTJs. He handles his Fi feelings rather well if you pay attention - quickly returning to normal infront of Casca. Inferior Fi would've more likely been a lot more emotional if they went through with what Griffith had to go through with - granted that's a lot more complicated and would depend if said ENTJ was bisexual like Griffith and whether or not they would've prostituted themselves at all. So that's tertiary Fi instead of inferior Fi. He can repress it because he has auxiliary Te over Fi however given his ability to regulate his emotions well he can't be inferior Fi. ENTJ Emperor Ganishka threw a fit at the mere thought of bowing to reincarnated Griffith (inferior Fi) - Griffith probably wouldn't have reacted similarly in he was in his place. Yes, despite the ironic "Griffith did nothing wrong" memes, he did indeed sacrifice the Hawks during the Eclipse because he realized that the deaths of the many men who died under him would be rendered meaningless if he didn't make this one last sacrifice. He made his choices due to his Fi morality. Even if unethical in the end, Griffith certainly did have a functional Fi core that indicates it wasn't inferior. It would be easy to characterize him as a heartless psychopath but it plays even more to the theme of fate and freewill in Berserk if we acknowledge that Griffith did indeed have a semblance of morality and empathy. After all, It did take the Godhand to emotionally manipulate him so he could go on with the sacrificial ritual.

No Se-inf, he use more Te than Ni.  he does not focus entirely on the perfect plan, he makes things happen fast and panes sequentially and simultaneously what he should do. He does not have to close himself completely and step back, he is always present as a leader. He also demonstrates much more If with appreciation for combat, being present and fighting alongside the troops, acting immediately and impulsively after losing the Guts in order to feel the world to overflow and not isolate and reflect as an INTJ would.  

*he does not focus entirely on the perfect plan, he makes things happen fast and panes sequentially and simultaneously what he should do. He does not have to close himself completely and step back, he is always present as a leader. He also demonstrates much more If with appreciation for combat, being present and fighting alongside the troops, acting immediately and impulsively after losing the Guts in order to feel the world to overflow and not isolate and reflect as an INTJ would

much more Se*

He is more fast than an INTJ 3w4... Littlefinger is the INTJ 3w4 who is more individual and indirect way

People, Griffith IS VERY FAST TO BE AN INTJ WITH SE-INF... an INTJ 3w4 is more like Littlefinger. GRIFFITH IS ENTJ 3w4

Agreed with Chaotic. He use more Se than Fi, and when Guts left the band. He simply decided to have sex to vent and forget the frustration. An INTJ would be much more reflective of all this and would isolate himself.

"more fast"?

Yes. He is extremely fast and decisive in the plans, and acts simultaneously while planning. More Te>Ni 

I don't think Griffith is that fast and proficency is Se - or physical combat - is not necessarily a sign of higher Se. Se in your stack speaks to your preference for it not exactly your proficency at it. You might as well argue that Serpico has Se because he's acrobatic and good at fencing as it requires an intuitive wariness of your rapier and blade flection despite the fact he's an Si driven ISTJ.  Combat is a combination of various functions at play and Se and Ni don't always have to be present in order to be a good combatant. Te with a introverted percieving function can make for a pretty strategic fighter like Griffith and Serpico and saber combat and rapier fencing are more effective with the efficiency of Te to work around the need for greater dexterity those combat styles require.  Yeah, he does seem like Littlefinger doesn't he? Griffith is always showing that calm and pleasant face to everyone that Littlefinger does.

Kevin, inferior Se can retreat to charge Ni or abuse and indulge in Se to somehow satiate Ni. Isn't screwing Princess Charlotte just that? Griffith recklessly indulging in inferior Se? It's also after he loses Guts, whom people could argue Griffith legitimatley did have romantic feelings for, that he does this. It's as if he needed to find some way to reforge that connection and having sex with Charlotte was the closest thing he could do. You could justify it like that. Chaotic, when exactly did Griffith never complete a plan to complete fruition and let things slide due to teritary Se? He's was present in strategic discussions but was never at the forefront of dicussion with other generals. Look at how Griffith behaved before planning the attack on Doldrey. Griffith waited until other generals have discussed and exhausted formations of attacks and potential losses, at the end he suggests he's going to bring in the BotH alone to get it done and formulates his solution. A Te dom would've been more present in the discussion. Griffith wasn't. As for his presence in battles, it could go either way, because a commander's role is to organize and lead his men in battle and not participate in direct combat as much as his men which is exactly what Griffith does. It could speak to either ENTJs or INTJs. Again, that specific example might seem like inferior Fi, but given the other instances I've described Griffith's overall character and behavior suggests INTJ. He doesn't have the forceful charisma of an Te dom ENTJ and is much more gentle in his demeanor. Wouldn't an ENTJ have lost his shit after losing to Guts instead of getting on his knees at the realization of his loss like Griffith does?

Edit: proficiency in Se - or physical combat - is not necessarily a sign of higher Se.*  

Enough training can make any type good at physical combat.

A Se-inf, remains inferior even trained. Griffith likes to take risks and expose himself at the hour of improvisation, something that an INTJ does not do because he does not know how to deal with these situations. Littlefinger plans completely in the shadows, while Griffith plans outwardly and uses the shadows as a complement and at the same time says that in war the battles should not be fought in the shadows, for it is a cowardly thing.

He is extremely fast and decisive in the plans, and acts simultaneously while planning. More Te>Ni 

I actually agree with Chaotic lmao

Chaotic, I'm actually interested in when Griffith demonstrated what you're saying in the series. As far as I'm concerned Griffith usually plans ahead of doing something. He did it for Doldrey, he did it when assassinating the Queen and manipulating Foss before hand. He even played out how he's going to engage Guts in combat when he left. I don't think Griffith ever actually let things slide or improvised in the middle of battle.

Proficiency in combat is irrelevant to Se placement in a stack - it doesn't even matter; any type can become proficient at fast combat if trained properly. For proficiency, Se placement in a stack would at best determine how likely one is to adopt an Se lifestyle like physical combat. However, it doesn't exactly determine how proficient one can become at it if they did. An determined Ni dom, despite having inferior Se, can become very proficient at physical combat if trained properly and could become even better at it than dom/aux Se types who would be less concerned about improvement and more on fun whereas the Ni type would be concerned about development.  

Griffith says there no cabins in the battlefield when he kill the quuen. Basically he show that he don't need be an individual and keeping hidden like an true INTJ 3w4. Griffith shows that he is an present leader and control everything in external and internal game. He is very charismatic and can be very intimidating ... An INTJ 3w4 are more cautious and snaking.  Griffith also says that the true friend somewhere who can destroy his dream and fight against him for the world. That is basically an perspective of an Te dom and Fi inf no Fi-ter who fight to preserve and connect with values. 

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I'm honestly being swayed to INTJ. First and foremost Inf-Se would not make him a weaker fighter, slight example tangent but Batman is a monstrously effective fighter, excellent a quick planning and also an Ni dom. If anything having inf-Se would be indulging in sensory pleasures during times of stress like when Guts leaves and Griffith is utterly broken and proceeds to uncharacteristically act on impulse and sleep with the princess. Griffith is a man whose main trait is his dream. The more I look at him the more I see and Ni dom and while his Te is obvious it's second to Ni. He's lived his entire adult life driven by a "knowing" of his destiny (the behelit), it was an almost unconscious belief in his own success and a prime example of why he's Ni dom the military strategy and planning (Te) is all to get to the end goal. In terms of tertiary Fi, it was far more apparent in the early days I feel people see what he became and did and thus dismiss any kind of Fi. In the beginning, though he idealistic and moral although it would take a backseat to his ambition. I think it could honestly be argued that at times his goals were just he just eventually lost his way.

Saying there are no "spectator seats on the battlefield" when he kills the Queen (or whatever translation you're referring to - mine is the Dark Horse translation. It means the same anyways.) is Griffith responding to the Queen after one of her men tells him he's not responsible for poisoning him. Griffith tells them than in war everyone is responsible for things they do to others. Directly or indirectly responsible it wouldn't matter; there are no back seats. I don't understand why an INTJ has to be hidden shadows all the time. I don't understand why an INTJ can't manipulate other people into their plan either. Might be an archetype you're refering to but we're talking about well written humanized characters here, not archetypes. An INTJ doesn't have to literally stick to the shadows like a stereotypical INTJ in this case. Griffith kept his plans well hidden before the assassination and made sure the blame would fall elsewhere and the people who helped him manipulate Foss would die at the hands of Guts when it does happen. So there's that. Again. Griffith being more comforatable expressing his Fi values shows he's not Fi inferior. I doubt an ENTJ would philosophize as freely as Griffith does when he talks about his friend being someone who can fight him for their own dream.  //"no Fi-ter who fight to preserve and connect with values"// I don't actually understand what you're saying here. I need you to elaborate.

Griffith from an early age was expressive and charismatic. He was able to assemble and inspire several soldiers in a short time, and these interactions did not overwhelm him. An INTJ even having tendencies to charisma would not be so fast and charismatic and present when it comes to creating a group, especially from early on. Not to mention that having Fi-ter he would have greater loyalty and understand the individuality of the members, he would not be obsessed with controlling them (Te-dom). Se-ter is more obvious because he knows how to enjoy the instant and uses it for quick application, not to mention that he raped Caska in front of everyone. Se> Fi. Even Hannibal who is an INTJ 3w4 (show) would find this extremely exaggerated, rude and vulgar.

doodlepoodle = Everyone in m fav manga is a Ni-dom like me

No shit, Formerly. Berserk is written by an INFJ. It deals with Ni-Se conflict and attributes humanity to ones connection to their loved ones.

It wasn't just his charisma, Chaotic. It's more so because he was an extremely successful mercenary general and any mercenary looking to make a sucessful career would consider joining Griffith and his Band of the Hawks. It didn't take him a short time either. If you calculate the time it took in between Casca being found by Griffith and when the BotH is as large as it is during the later parts of the Golden Age. It took Griffith about 3 - 4 years to assemble his army. Tertiary Fi would have a greater appreciation for the individuality of his men - relative to the inferior Fi of an ENTJ. Which is still under the subject of Ni and Te in an INTJ. The sensitivity to personal values and individuality you're trying to get at might be more apparent in dom/aux Fi users not as much in xxTJs. INTJs would still be control freaks. We know for a fact that despite saying otherwise Griffith did at least put some value in the lives of his men otherwise the Godhand wouldn't guilt trip him into accepting the sacrifice by reminding him of the lives of many men that was lost under his command. What does raping Casca in front of Guts have to do with anything? Everyone was dead it was just Guts and Casca and Griffith had a perfect opportunity to inflict his resentment onto a helpless Guts. TV Hannibal INTJ is a very complicated character with his Fi impulses and trauma. I'm not going to go into comparing him with Griffith.

B-b-but, Formerly Brainer, why so angery?    it's not my fault that i'm right and y'all are wrong

Cool story

I am ENTJ and compared to my INTJ friends I am much more like Griffith than they are. I am extremely inspiring, charismatic and more decisive than them.

I am ENTJ and compared to my INTJ friends I am much more like Griffith than they are. I am extremely inspiring, charismatic and more decisive than them.

The only argument for INTJ is his philosophical basis? Spare me, you fools. I've never met an INTJ, even 3w4, who can inspire and create a group quickly with his charisma. I have never met an INTJ who decides, throws himself in danger and plans simultaneously. I've never met an obsessed INTJ for controlling a group and being present, because they all live in hiding. Griffith is a fictional character, so use probability to compare which features he has more. ENTJ> INTJ

Doodlepoodle thinks INTJ are those badass motherfuckers when you don't hear them at all in real life

Well INTJs hold the highest percentage of American Presidents (Jefferson being a standout). You also have people like Karl Marx all who thousands (even millions) of people. So to say they lack charisma or the ability to control a group is just wrong.  Also Maxx we know you're Chaotic. If you resort to making extra profiles it weakens your argument.

Well INTJs hold the highest percentage of American Presidents (Jefferson being a standout). You also have people like Karl Marx all who thousands (even millions) of people. So to say they lack charisma or the ability to control a group is just wrong.  Also Maxx we know you're Chaotic. If you resort to making extra profiles it weakens your argument.

Karl Marx was lazy and use more theory. These presidents was lazy and rude. Julio Cesar was more charismatic, Stanlin and Napoleon also. Griffith act more like an militar ENTJ than InTJ. You're probably an intj who thinks all glorious character are intjs like you

just some infjs off the top of my headINFJ: Sasuke, Eren, Gaara, itachi , Erza, Geralt. Zuko, Lelouch, L, Kurisu

So Chaotic's two other accounts are Kevin and Max. What are you doing man? Control that Fi, brother.

Griffith was as present as his job as a commander needed him to be. He otherwise usually took the back seat. He took part in raids if he could and took a more active role during Doldrey but those are the only other exceptions.  He's an NTJ military leader but he's more in line with INTJs like Hannibal Barca; the ones that pull off the seemingly impossible feats like crossing the alps to attack Rome or conquring Doldrey.

Sometimes I wonder have people even encounter a real Ni user. Cognitive functions speaking of course. Ni relies on actual surrounding (Se) to infer. Ne relies on recalling sensation (Si) to generate new ideas. But meh whatever.

INTJ 5w4

Hannibal was ENTJ. Very tactical and opportunist to be Se inf

Control your mystic Ni who see bullshits like Guts and Zodd infj and Griffith Se inf. Go read your tarot 

Actually, no, Chaotic, now that I look back. Griffith did always plan in secret - like an INTJ.

Actually, no, Chaotic, now that I look back. Griffith did always plan in secret - like an INTJ.