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Petyr Baelish MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Petyr Baelish'
Petyr Baelish MBTI type
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Game of Thrones

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TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 102


INTJ - 64
ENTJ - 21
ENTP - 14
ENFJ - 2
ISFP - 1

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 72


3W4 - 34
6W5 - 21
3W2 - 13
5W6 - 2
7W6 - 1
8W9 - 1

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not even the most confident 3w2 INTJ are like this. What INTJ wants to create that much chaos. What INTJ wants to high key sit on the highest regarded throne. INTJs are known to pick professions that allow them to have influence without profile.

MBTI type of Petyr Baelish

. I haven't seen much of GoT, but his philosophy behind his actions doesn't seem very developed like you'd expect from an INTJ. Instead, they are quite reactive, his motives doesn't seem very introspective and self-exploring much at all.

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. and much closer to real life ENTJs. Remember that ENTx are quite reserved for being extroverts, they often have anti social opinions too, and as said by a previous commenter, being covert is essential for what he does.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Petyr Baelish. . .Which of the 16 personality types is Petyr Baelish?. . . He doesn't have "unshakable faith" that things will go his way. He freely admits that he is taking one risk after another. Anyway, the reason I see him Ni-dom in the show over Te-dom is his patience and unshakeable faith that things will go his way, while an ENTJ would probably need more substancial evidence things will go indeed his way, because they're Te (facts) over Ni (vision). I'm surprised that ENTJ doesn't have like 90% of the votes. The stuff about taking risks too, is not what someone with inferior Se will generally do. But that doesn't mean he is Ne-dom either. Everyone should have concluded by now that he's without a doubt an INTJ, because he pretty much admitted so. "“Always keep your foes confused. Sometimes the best way to baffle them is to make moves that have no purpose, or even seem to work against you. " Doesn't sound like what an INTJ would say, but I could be wrong. You can compare Varys world-view with that of Petyr in that scene, a very NFJ vs NTJ way at looking at the world: Varys says that people should believe in illusions if it keeps them from falling into chaos, recognize allot of what people believe in is illusory but values harmony above all: intuition+Fe. Petyr on the other hand faces that truth for what it is, that everything is illusory except ''the ladder'', that is, the rise towards power: intuition+Te. Of course this is a simplification, and Petyr's speech is more narrow minded than the world-view of the famous philosopher, but the basic premise is still very Ni-Te. He's an ENTP in both the books and the series. He likes chaos as a good ENTP, and also he manipulates emotionally (Fe). As for the film Petyr, I'm not sure since the seems to be less flamboyant and more controlling. These traits are very Fe. Also he's obsessed with the past, with attaining some social statues, it's quite Si(past)/Fe(importance of social acceptation)Well, I see it as ENTJ for it to be quite reason for the purpose of conquest and dominate the exterior and control everything (at least that's what I think he wants), all the indifference and his subtlety can come from a Ni well developed, however, I see that what drives him is the need to control this whole competition. I do not think INTJ's are interested in controlling the outside but manipulate, however, always recharge or act as a right arm and just stay there. But if Enneagram influence that, in my view, it can be an INTJ with Te very well developed. In the books he is much more flamboyant and outgoing and paradoxically less suspicious (he offers to help everyone, is very charming and obsequious) and he is far less present in the books so even us readers are surprised when we see him coming/what he's planned. But TV Littlefinger is far more suspicious and has that creepy plotter introvert vibe to him, he's more obviously a shady vilain on screen, always making contemplative Ni speeches Sansa doesn't get (or with Varys), and we see all the evil things he does behind the curtain, aligning pieces to get what he wants, starting the war in season 1, He fits more the mastermind archetype I think, whereas Tywin is more clearly a decision maker ENTJ in the show (maybe less in the books I don't remember). Littlefinger is definitely ENTJ. He is visibly extrovert and without creating well-laid plans. It's the kind that wants to dip their hands in the gears of the universe and make them rotate at will. INTJ has more focus on perceptual function, it is more contemplative and less active, and give little importance to control. Just because it acts in the shadows and manipupa and thwarts the plan of others. Anyone who is aware of war would do this, attacking the shadows and do not expose is the most obvious thing to do. It is very expressive and charismatic to engage with others. He takes care of a brothel and not so need to withdraw to recharge energy. But I'm going to ENTJ the organization, objectivity and pragmatism. He could not be an INTP planting discord plant and bring chaos to achieve something. Could not be Si lower. Fe users, even when they're completly unhealthy and twisted (like for example Hitler or Jim Jones) wants to reunite people in order to achieve their goal, but Littlefinger does not care about that at all. So, he's not an ENFJ, and even if he's sociable, he seems more introverted than extraveted (similar to Varys for example), so I think he's an INTJ