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Oda Nobunaga MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Oda Nobunaga'
Oda Nobunaga MBTI type

Politicans and Leaders


ENTP - 6
ESTP - 3
INTJ - 2
ENTJ - 2
ISTP - 2

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5W4 - 1
5W6 - 1
8W7 - 1
8W9 - 1

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Historically, ESTP is what I get from him. He doesn't care about tradition in ranking(shows a favor of Ti over Fe) and was interest in of other culture. He was very pragmatic. He is seem by other daimyou and scholar as some sort of monster.

MBTI type of Oda Nobunaga

. He plowed his against all obstacle from a minor daimyou that will later gave way to Hideyoshi and Tokugawa to unified japan. I can understand if he was ENTP.

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. But I favor inferior Ni over Si. Because it was his lack of hindsight that Hidemetsu Akechi will betray and cause the death of him.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Oda Nobunaga.Thats weird, i've actually played one of these games (Nobunaga's Ambitions : Sphere of Influence) and even there i can't see. He was postrayed during his youth like a disgraceful person like i said here but after that the player is the one to take the decision so his personality isn't that developed.Which of the 16 personality types is Oda Nobunaga?. But surely, NTJ for him isn't a good representation . NTJ in fiction is often depicted as the perfect type or at least the perfect general.Most people think of his video game representations, which NTJ make sense thereI don't understand the votes here. Oda Nobunaga was certainly not NTJ. For many different reasons ESTP is the best fit. First we are talking about a man who overtly acted with disdain against tradition and religion during his youth. He acted in a way that wasnt in conformity with his status, in a carefree attitude hanging out with people without regarding their social class. His awful demeanor earned him the label of "the fool of Owari". Even if when he grew his behaviour became more compatible with his status, he remained an individual with little concern for unifying people under a great banner. It can be seen on how he ruthlessly destroyed the Tendai and burnt their sacred land (few would have dared do such a thing in this traditional country). He was also known for organizing debates between christian priests and buddhist monks and let them defend their beliefs without taking any position. About his politics, his main concern was conquest. Making war again and again and expand his territory. He payed little attention in the creation of institutions that would solidify his dynasty. If Toyotomi hadn't brillantly taken the power after him and made profound and crucial changes all of his work would have fallen appart just like with Alexander. The little touch he had was setting up concrete economics law that would provide sufficent ressources to support the war effort and also engage as his men people without taking into consideration their origin (which was a good move, since one of the main reason Sengoku-Jidai occured was peasant revolts).