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Lord Voldemort / Tom Riddle MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Lord Voldemort / Tom Riddle'
Lord Voldemort / Tom Riddle MBTI type
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TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 160


INTJ - 82
ENTJ - 71
INFJ - 3
ENFJ - 1
ESTP - 1
ISTJ - 1
ESTJ - 1

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 96


3W4 - 59
8W7 - 23
5W4 - 5
6W5 - 5
4W3 - 2
5W6 - 1
8W9 - 1

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But he always strike to me as an ENTJ 835 sp/sx 8w7 3w4 5w6. I used to think INTJ, but I think ENTJ with inferior Fi makes more sense. Why 8w7 instead of 3w4. The book and movie clearly show his need for admiration.

MBTI type of Lord Voldemort / Tom Riddle

. Also, Voldemort himself said "I've always been able to charm the people I needed. "Why lord Voldemort is an ENTJ: Dominant Te: Tom Riddle is action oriented.

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. He organizes and manipulates others to achieve the ends he needs, saving his personal energy to completing the most necessary tasks (horcruxing. ).Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Lord Voldemort / Tom Riddle. He doesn’t care about anyone but himself and cannot be insulted. Auxiliary Ni: The moment Voldemort knows what he wants, he’s already going after it in a methodical, complicated fashion.Which of the 16 personality types is Lord Voldemort / Tom Riddle?. ) necessary to accomplish what others would think impossible. He has one goal (immortality and total control) and his every action leads him towards that goal. He likes theatricality about as much as Batman does, but has much stronger tendencies toward instant, self-indulgences. The result, Harry survives again and again…pointlessly (sorry, not a Harry Potter fan). What he has is a how-will-this-benefit-me conundrum. He thinks of himself as a victim to abandonment and reacts with revenge. He doesn’t know how to love because he’s so consumed by hate that he can’t imagine anything else –and he can’t understand other people’s feelings either. The only people he can relate to are those who have similar experience. Values his Ni vision of the world and ideals over Te. INTJ, not extrovert. His portrayal in the movies (with the exception of the Chamber of Secrets) was horribly inaccurate (especially the scene where he hugs Draco. . . . . ). It wants to order and manage things and people. Ni dominance is focused on attaining a personal goal or vision. It seeks to manage and improve people and things. The focus is on the world around it, and taking charge of others. The focus is on ITSELF, and it's own perceptions. So what was his personal vision. He wanted to overcome death, the weakness his mother had succumbed to. He was not as concerned with the external world as he was with his own personal vision. It wasn't so that he could be in charge of others, as a Te-Dom would want. It wasn't because he wanted to be a leader. An ENTJ would desire power so that they could gain ultimate control over people and their external environment. But Riddle wanted power for a different reason. His focus and motivations were entirely based on himself, and how he viewed and perceived things. Very Ni-Fi. Compare him to an INTJ Dark Lord, Palpatine, and it becomes clear: for Palpatine, the subjective vision (for the Sith to rule the galaxy) takes absolute priority, but for Voldemort the subjective vision (for the Wizarding world to be completely pure-blood) is of a lower priority than Voldemort's own success. Palpatine was so invested in his vision that he was willing to die for it; Voldemort wasn't even invested enough in his vision to see it realized in the Mirror of Erised. He may have been charismatic, but he shows no obvious signs of extroversion. Also, take a look at all of the grandiose locations he kept his horcruxes. To me, his internal reality seems stronger than his external reality. Finally, I see a very strong sense of self and awareness of how he sees himself in everything Voldemort does, which I interpret as Fi, which causes me to doubt that he is Fi inferior. It doesn't work out quite as perfectly as Voldemort being the exact opposite type from Harry, but I still think he's INTJ. Point taken; vote changed to ENTJ. Also, I have found that checking if the motive is a Grand Vision or a Lust for Power is actually a pretty accurate method to differentiate INTJ or ENTJ. It also makes sense that Voldemort would have the opposite type as Harry, an ISFP. If I remember correctly when he got to Hogwarts he was considered very charming and charismatic. INTJs can have those traits but it usually takes quite some effort to develop them. Also, Voldemort really only cares about his own success. In the Mirror of Erised he sees only himself, all-powerful and immortal. Yet he doesn't. We have to look at how Voldemort behaved as a child to see if he is an extravert or an introvert, since as a child, the auxiliary function is not well-developed yet. The other boys feared him. He was an outcast and a loner, but that didn't matter to him. INTJ. I think he probably is an ambivert, really. More domineering than most INTJs but also more idea-driven than most ENTJs. He's motivated, above all, by power, and leads/plans using power. His vision to make the world entirely pure-blood in my opinion seems secondary to his desire for immortality and unlimited power. Though he trusts some more than others, that's because some are more trustworthy than others, not because he actually prefers to confide in only a few of them while keeping the rest of them somewhat removed. He ideally would have all of the Death Eaters be faithful, close, and loyal to him. Ambivert at best. However he keeps a small group of close confidants. Ideas come before efficiency. ENTJs and INTJ share alot but for ENTJ plans and efficiency come before the actual vision and idea. I don't claim I'm right. Just my opinion. What makes you think he's an introvert. Definitely NTJ. ENTJ. It's fairly close on the E/I but he's always at the forefront (when he can) when he's leading. Both of these things imply E rather than I, though it's very close. And the NTJ is quite obvious. This description is from 16personalities. com:Ask any ESTJ what values are most important to and valuable for any society and you will more than likely hear “order, tradition, and stability. 5% of the population, people with the ESTJ personality type feel a strong need to belong to something—a family, a community, or some other social group. They like “organizing” other people and making sure they adhere to the traditions or rules put in place by an authority figure. Family values are also very important to ESTJs, and they do their best to nurture and defend them. People with the ESTJ personality type are very dedicated and responsible. People with this personality type respect and promote a good work ethic and strongly detest cheating or any attempts to cut corners, especially in the workplace. Positions of authority must be earned. Period. For the world was built to develop character, and we must learn that the setbacks and grieves which we endure help us in our marching onward. Henry Ford ESTJs are usually strong-willed and not afraid to voice and defend their opinions, even if they are facing formidable opposition. ESTJ personalities will stick to their principles, even if everybody turns against them. As Observant (S) individuals, ESTJs live in the world of clear and verifiable facts. ESTJ personalities tend to have a clear vision and understanding of what is acceptable and what is not. This usually makes ESTJs excellent leaders and managers, even though their subordinates may sometimes complain about the resulting inflexibility. Due to all these traits, ESTJ personalities are excellent “model citizens,” guardians of traditions, and cornerstones of families and communities. They are very reliable and trustworthy, even though the inflexibility shared by all Sentinel types may sometimes hinder their efforts. I voted ENTJ. I could be wrong. Psychopaths need recognition. And psychopaths come mostly across as extroverts than introverts. But he did want people's respect a lot. He wanted approval. He was so strong and so powerful people just followed him. He didn't do much with wits. If you want a good example of an INTJ (6w5) villain I would point out at Benjamin Linus on any given day.