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Homura Akemi MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Homura Akemi'
Homura Akemi MBTI type

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Puella Magi Madoka Magica

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INFP - 22
INTP - 10
INTJ - 2
ISFP - 2
ISTJ - 2

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At the same time, her motivation remains always the same, and I don't think it has much to do with Si or Ni, her motivation and obsession are feeling based, Madoka is not important for her because she's simply part of her past (Si) or because she finds some potential that needs to be developed in her (Ni) but purely because she cared for her. Whether the obsessive nature of her feeling is proof of high Fi or inferior Fe, I'm not sure, but she doesn't lead with Ni and Te, those are traits she was forced to develop along the way. Her most defining function seems to be Ni, but this could just be attributed to her obsession with protecting Madoka. I can also see traces of Ti, Te and Ne.

MBTI type of Homura Akemi

. I'd say she started out as INFP. Later on, she seems to have become an INTJ.

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. Good points, but I object to the idea of her being in any way authoritative. I feel like her character has detached herself so much from other people because she has went through so many times of not being able to save Madoka, that she would be content to only save the one person, and most of her "attitude" is more just like "get out of my way, I'm doing things my way by myself, don't interfere".Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Homura Akemi. Fe. The whole "comes off as" just seems like it's coming from "sack of potatoes" external stereotypingAlso I try to not bring factor arguments in here too much but she is close to zero on a conscientiousness scale which is pretty much unheard of for INTJs.Which of the 16 personality types is Homura Akemi?. She just expects them to be logical, and gets frustrated when they aren't. That is waaay more of a Ti than Te trait. And not saying ''love'' could be her being afraid it's not requited. Someone who can't even say the word "love" while constantly protecting Madoka. And then people suggest there is spam. No, people just came to their senses for a bit and realized she is INTP. Hm, butterfly has some point here. She come off as much more Te than Ti. INFP who had to strengthen her Te to its limit to achieve a Fi goal makes more sense that way. Always were. Were there always that many INTP votes or are those spam votes. INFPs don't usually wear their feelings on their sleeves either. I don't think you will see an INTP going to the point of unreasonableness that Homura does though, for some kind of strange, inner, emotional fixation she has on a single person. That is pure Fi. As for your quote, I think I remember the context and I think taking that as evidence that she is a Thinker is reading far too much into it. IIRC she is trying to get a SP character to calm their temper by taking perspective of the situation. https://www. reddit. Especially a pubescent girl who watched her [insert relationship here] die enough times to eventually give her god powers. You should really watch it again though; it's best not to type characters that you have forgotten. Homura isn't even expressive, or good at dealing with her own feelings. "Homura: I'm on the side of those who think rationally, and the enemy of idiots who pick fights. " I think it's different in the sub/dub/whatever, but the idea is the same. The thing with Inferior Fe, though, is that INTPs don't really have that strong feelings. Loving someone so much that you don't care if you destroy the world is a peculiar, conscious, highly personal value. I just think there is no way that is anything except Fi. It's been a while since I watched, so I can't remember anything like that. ^^I definitely can, not considering about the pain it causes other people seems like a perfect example of inferior Fe. By the way, can you imagine an INTP destroying the world (or whatever is going on the third movie) just because they are in love with someone. That's some serious Emily Brontë going on. She is this clumsy geek and then when she is pushed into a corner, she snaps (Te-rage) becoming a remorseless fanatic for her goal. Whenever there is a dark INFP or something, people often grab for INTP, but honestly INTPs are usually just harsh in a off-handed, casual way. For example a stressed out INTP will just let other people think for them, going with the crowd until things even out, whereas INFPs become unbalanced doers with "tunnel vision". INFP 5w6 sx/sp or 6w5 sp/sx. Saying "Well, Homura is pretty detached" does not mean she is an Fe-inferior. 5s tend to detach from their emotions as well, especially paired with 6. Now, someone who believes she is an INTP tell me, where is the Ti. (And don't give me "she's rational" 'cause that's irrelevant to Ti)She's definitely an Fe inferior. Ti doms like her are absolutely terrible at handling emotions so it's no wonder Moemura seemed so awkward, and she even declared herself that she was "on the side of those who think rationally. "I think Ti-doms can be among the worst at handling their emotions. There's really only one thing she recognizes in that regard anyway, and it's Madoka. It works with the "Fe grip" theory anyway. Doesn't seem like something out of an F type's playbook. The "sensing" vs "intuition" dichotomy is probably poorly named because sensing functions have to do with what we consider "intuition" as well, perhaps even more. Ni will pay more attention to the meaning of the picture and store that as well, while maybe overlooking a few non-essential details. Both Ni and Si are "storage" functions, while Se and Ne are more like a real time video image. Ti and Fi are like filters on a video camera which are more adaptable to moving surroundings. Si and Ni store pictures and information which is used as internal guidance, while they use Te and Fe methods to figure out how to use this storage. I would say that Homura is more of someone who uses a logical filter above all which is why she is underdeveloped in the Pi storage and feeling areas. Her real-time video camera is also not very grounded in the sensory reality as she detaches herself from her environment. Well, from what I read on the Internet, take back my last comment, interpretations of Si are all over the place, ranging from "traditions and rules are great" to "it's subjective sensation"Si is subjective sensation, not "learning from past experiences. "I also don't really understand the ISTJ typing or her looking like one. ISTJ are behaviorally the furthest you can get from INFP while still being an introvert. Maybe I should reconsider INFP, since that'd explain why she looks like ISTJ as present day Homura. Part of what drived Homura was what Madoka said to her, to keep her from contracting with Kyubey. Of course, being her best friend, Homura went back over and over. Also I didn't really doubt that she was INTP, I found it quite plausible. I just wanted to propose another type and get people's input on it to further the debate lol. . . INTP are much more prone to overanalyze and rethink the past in a scattered and unhealthy way due to the divergence of Ne and weaker Si. ISTJ are good at compartmentalizing the past and using it to calmly plot a common sense pathway. I think she's ISTJ. As a magical girl her powers are by default geared towards the future, but regardless I don't see much Ni. Her mind is literally scattered with unhealthy and obsessive ideas by the end of the anime. Si+Ne. (I think Madokas an ISFP, not sure where people are getting INFP for Madoka from). I still think of her as INTP, since she seems to display more Ne for me, I guess we could have different perspectives on her. I don't see ANY Ni for Homura what so ever, so I doubt ISTP, but it could work for her since Nis a lower function for ISTPs. I think she shows traits of both Ne and Se. I'm down to INTP and ISTP. Fluorine's comment about Fe makes sense too. That is a sensible typing. I don't think she has strong Te because she doesn't have the strongest "does it work. " filter. She has the kind of independence of mind most associated with INTP and INTJ, although an ISTP with strong Ni can achieve similar status. Now that you brought up her lack of Fi, and your comment seems to point towards low Fe, I actually am starting to think INTP. I don't think it's dominant. If she has Ni it would be the tertiary of ISTP. Listening to your desires is not Fi, especially when you have an underdeveloped moral system and barely care about other people's feelings. How does Homura have Ni. Although she could be fullfilling her Ni vision of a Future with Madoka (Her actions in Rebellion are very very Fi)She shows all the signs of POORLY developed feeling alongside highly developed thinkingI changed my mind, but not for Si. Her ability doesn't really allow for much else. I don't really think there is evidence for underplanning or overplanning, but thinking of the ability itself is kind of going outside of the boundaries of known wishes which seems more like Ne. I guess she doesn't quite take control and try to over protect Madoka, but rather take a more reactive rather than proactive approach. Yeah, I think it's a good exampleISFP who turned to INTJ because of the new context of situations, similar for example to Edmond Dantes in the book "The Count of Monte Cristo", or his anime adaptation "Gankutsuou"Homura is Fi as hell, no doubt about it. Maybe one of the most Fi characters I've ever seen. Everything else doesn't matter, except herself in the third movie. She will do everything it takes to get Madoka with her, even if she has to suffer a lot (the time loop) or even coerce Madoka (3rd movie). Yeah she does do b) to some degree but only after staying strong through a completely nightmarish path. Fi/Te. I see a lot of Fe on her end. She has a great handle over her emotions as she is able to keep up hope in the face of adversity many times and still stays devoted to protecting Madoka. Whereas Madoka is Fi + Ne. Exactly. Like was Ni always there, or did she start obsessing with Ni because of her situation, even if it's not one of her four functions. I hadn't thought of it but perhaps she could be ISFP. Dang, I might have to rewatch as well. Not that I mind :)Yes she is hard to type, even harder that it shows what she was like before the events which is a near 180 degree turn in her personality. I think INTJ is a fair typing to make based on the majority of her actions in the show, but it's important to remember how unhealthy she is from the stress of her situation; when she first meets Madoka she's an entirely different person, more INFP-ish. At the same time she'd spent so much time alone away from school because of her heart disease, which might've affected her personality too. Definitely Fi-Te somewhere in there though. Anyone want to add their thoughts.