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Kallen Stadtfeld MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Kallen Stadtfeld'
Kallen Stadtfeld MBTI type
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Code Geass

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TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 17


ISFP - 7
ESTP - 4
ISTP - 3
INFP - 1
ENTP - 1
ESTJ - 1

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 6


8W9 - 3
6W7 - 2
7W8 - 1

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If we connect ISTJs 6 with ISFPs 6, something seems wrong, they both show themselves very loyal but fears others won't be to them, however, ISTJs doubt it with logical reasoning and straight lines of reasoning, ISFPs like Kallen will be more on a 'faith rope' that will be unbalancing and balancing the person on it, cutting the most of the times their reasonings as their feelings are variating. Kallen is not stable or precise, indeed, she's irrational and sometimes out of herself. She's a really strong 6. You can compare her to other 8w9 STJs and see how things doesn't fit at all.

MBTI type of Kallen Stadtfeld

. I do agree with arminalert, STJ makes sense. She's a pure STJ.

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. STJs are the most black-and-white perception types out there, focused on a down-to-earth objectivity rather than passing subjective judgments. Please, ISFP.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Kallen Stadtfeld. Ah, of course, she's ISFP. Compare her to ISFJ Suzaku.Which of the 16 personality types is Kallen Stadtfeld?. In the other hand, Suzaku keeps himself out of subjectivities, instead, he believes he's not doing the right or the wrong thing but the right/wrong is much more orbital and shaded, instead of believing Zero is completely bad, he wants to apprehend him, but once he was threaten he knows that Zero is doing the wrong thing for him. She's a very obvious 6. As she's very loyal herself has extreme trusting problems(from completely believing Zero is not Lelouch to give her all to strike Suzaku down) and sometimes paranoidal problems as struggles with other people's identities. ISFP. Not Ti.