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STAR WARS MBTI types and personality profiles.

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MBTI types of Star wars characters.

. ESTJ seems more likely, due to lack of foresight and family pride.
-----Admiral Ackbar an INTP.

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. Secondly, he's a uniform wearing strategist who feels comfortable having a simple and practical plan. " He is also very confident, assertive, and effortlessly strategic, with a main focus of controlling his environment and using his resources to accomplish the goals of the rebel alliance, which sounds to me like a Te-dom to me rather than a Si-dom.Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Star wars characters.. Think about Ackbar's tone of voice, it's loud and domineering rather than slow and quiet, and he would have to get energy from people to do things the way he would do. ) rather than hiding in the background and giving orders only when necessary ESTJ is my vote.Which of the 16 types are each of Star wars chars?..
-----Are we sure he isn't a 2w3. However, since he becomes an 8w9, how do you explain how he gets from 4w3 to 8w9. 2w3's when unhealthy become 8w9's. And you are jumping too far numerically when you say Anakin goes from a 4w3 to an 8w9. The Clone Wars does a great job of making his turn to the dark side seem less forced, while also showing how idealistic he was at the start of the war. But (based on the movies, Jedi Apprentice books, and Clone wars) he has actually more of a fear to be worthless. For sexual four's this fear is hard to recognize, because it changes into anger. His MBTI type is the ESFP, he thinks in the way of an ESFP. It's what the council and Obi-Wan are constantly reminding him of. And even though he would says he turned to the Dark Side to save Padmé's life, everything does and the way he treats her when he thinks she betrayed her at the end of Episode 3 suggest he deals with more deeper anger issues and an inferiority complex : sexual 4 through and through. “Like Eights, they have easier access to anger than most types, but they differ from Eights in the wider range of emotions they regularly feel. They may express envious anger as a way to establish or assert power when they feel inferior at a deeper level, which can be a way to manipulate situations to their advantage. They want things immediately and have little tolerance for frustration. In the face of the pain of feeling misunderstood, an arrogant attitude is adopted as overcompensation—a means of being recognized. ESFP + 4sx. He is in touch with his own morals and feelings. Some ENFPs I have known had absolutely no control over their emotions. Anakin reminds me of them. For anakin Skywalker, the debate should be between the Fi types, byt ENTJ. This is typology gone wildly berserk. He is a Si type because he values the responsibility of the empire over Ideas and future possibilities. wait, he's ENFP turns INFJ. A clear example of an ISFP. When he's young, he's extremely talkative and doesn't keep any of his feelings to himself. And he's very idealistic and wants to spark change. Not all of this is exclusively N related but seems to weigh heavily in that direction. Yeah, you just completely ignored the main point of what I was saying. He doesn't "use" Ne or Se because he is a fictional character from very poorly written movies and because those "functions" are just as fictional as he is in the final sense, certainly not to be used to try to type him. Clearly his impulsivity and physical response to everything, his love of working hands-on with tools and ships, is so obviously "Se. Prequel Anakin is ISFP.
-----I think I agree, but it might be too early to call ENFP over ESFP. The whole time I was watching the movie I was thinking ENFP.
-----Almost Everything C3-PO does is typical ISFJ.
-----Kind of hard to type a character who is barely in a movie don't you think.
-----As for the two ENTJ votes, I'm assuming they're troll votes because I don't remember him ever exhibiting any Te, Ni, N, T, or J traits at any point in any of the films. One could think ISFP because of his devotion to Han (and no one else) but he's hot-tempered and is sometimes rash, getting others into trouble in the process, implying he acts before he thinks.
-----ENTJ is most common type for sith . he desintegrate to 5 at the end of his life.
-----Going just by TPM I'd guess ISTP, as he's a (badass) Sterotype. An indicator the experience got to him emotionally and that he decided to value these emotions (Fi) more than the practical logic behind it (Ti). Doesn't bring his legs back anyway. (Not saying ISTP's are emotionless, just far more practical).
-----Duplicate, vote here http://mbti-databank. page=pperso&idperso=536.
-----George Lucas really took "shadow type" seriously, huhDo we think that Anakin underwent severe personality change during his transformation to Vader. Not a 1 at all. 8w9s can sometimes look a bit like ones as they try to bottle up their anger, but he was definitely an 8, just like he was before he became Darth Vader (although Anakin was 8w7 sx/so ENFP and Darth Vader is 8w9 sx/sp ISTJ). He's definitely a TJ type. In addition, Anakin is probably an ENFP and becoming the complete opposite (ISTJ) when he turns to the dark side fits the film thematically.
-----ENFP is my vote. ENFP/INFP makes the most sense to mealso im sure he is a 6. ive always seen him as having fi somewhere in his function stack. It's obvious that Finn is Fi somewhere high in his functional stack since his decisions are rationalized "because it's the right thing to do" He also has no desire to order his surroundings, proving his perceiving nature. Even though he is naïve in his thinking, that is more to do with inferior Te than intuition.
-----He will be a fine addition to the ESTJ collection.
-----I wouldn't type him as Fe-dom only based on his speech and the role as a propaganda leader in overall.
-----Alright, got it. He's not future oriented and his organisation is entirely based on procédures and bureaucracy. A narcissistic ISTJ might have more wit and ruthlessness than the average ISTJ, and I don't see him as audacious on his own—if I remember correctly, most of his decisions are orders from Vader (who again is an example of a more ruthless and bold ISTJ).
-----I agree with what Hisoka saidI agree with this post about him being ISTP: https://zombiesruineverything. They have to really force out that inferior Fe so it's quite straining for them to ACT out charm. He's ESTP. You simply don't understand the difference between an ISTP and an ESTP. More with the F/T dichotomy, Basically ExTx are independant, while IxFx are dependent. Becase the true difference between E and I is if you are energised or drained by the external world. It's not the case of Han. So we can say that one was an iSTP oand the other an eSTP. It's as irrelevant as when you comapare an ENTJ like Lando wit an ISTJ like Darth Vader. Here are the diifferences: ESTPs like Han are Type B peole: they prefer to go with the flow and deal with détails without having oo muc responsabilities. Harrison Ford anyway has clearly more introveted personality tan Han, and in the manga version the character is unleashed of the inroversion of Ford, we can see that he is extrovert. There is balance and variation. He is really probably more of an ambivert, but from my observations he leans clearly toward the introvert side. Jung himself said that most people fall closer to the middle and he was right. No evidence from the limited information in the movies AT ALL that he likes leading for the sake of it, having a project or structure, sitting in an office ordering people and not getting his hands dirty. Hefits the image of the energetic, gambling, smooth talking, shady snake oil salesman ESTP perfectly. I would expect an ENTJ to be less of a smooth talker, less of a risk taker, more direct, purposeful, intellectual, and domineering and in control. Wow, you read a manga. And in them, Han is clearly an introvert. He is not energized by people. Everything you said is just straight up wrong. There is tons of variation within every single type. ) The way you type, it's as though everybody of a type MUST fit a preconceived description of that type EXACTLY or else they cannot be that type. It's not set in stone like that. Clearly, Han does not fit the ESTP stereotype perfectly either. So how then can you say they can never be charming. ISTPs can have friends, they can have charm, etc. That's what seperates him from Lando, a smooth talker who deliberately puts the moves on people and is a true extrovert. It's as though he has charm precisely because he has no charm, a lot like House MD. Harrison Ford was such a good fit because both he and Han are ISTPs. Han just doesn't match either. He just wants to fly off with Chewie in the Falcon and not get involved in others' affairs. And again, any type can have or develop social skills or be charming, and what you say about Han does not remotely match up with what is shown in the movies anyway, so I have no idea where you are coming from. Honestly just about everything in your "argument" is completely false. Lando is an ENTJ. ESTP are individualistic and independent. That's whan an ESTP is: independent and cold, yet charming and energized by people without need to recharge alone and with very good social skills. Also, the type of the actor may confuse people. He is the textbook definition of ESTP. Han is pretty short with people and an absolute loner. And he is a lot like many ISTP heroes, including many of Clint Eastwood's characters and of course Indiana Jones. There is wider variation within the type than that, assuming Fett and Maul are ISTP in the first place. As the latter, Lando is much more of a true snake charmer who is more expressive and more of a people person than Han, who doesn't try to impress people and doesn't care what they think. Good points; I agree. Han Solo is charming, cocky and funny and never need to spend time alone to recherge his energy. Beign an hero or a vilain does not matter. So they're naturally going to appear more emotionally distant or "inferior Fe" than a well-developed major character like Han Solo. Compare with Boba Fett and Darth Maul (who are trues ISTPs). Lando is an ESTP.
-----Yes that shows his sensualistic immoderacy is deeply ingrained and that intellectual stimulation is not high on his priority list or a big influence on his personality. yeah I know there is no way to verify it, I was just suggesting an idea without the expectation of someone considering it, just to bounce something off of someone and make more ideas or possibly change the way this character is typed all over the typology world. The meat of your argument, though, is speculation. He very well could be an ENTP if your theory is correct, but there's no way to verify your theory. If anything he seems more Ne-ish, because instead of focusing on one thing all the time his mind is blatantly unfocused and out there somewhere. He still could be a Se-dom with ADHD and that could explain why he's so dang scattered and indifferent towards the present moment. If you think about it, a Se-dom would be more interested in keeping the person around for more entertainment, but Jabba gets sick of them so quickly because they aren't new anymore. He had no visible rank to do this for him, just a bunch a grunts that implement his visions, and that sounds highly Ne to me.
-----@espumisa the most voted type here is ESFP. Because it apppeard 9 or more votes at the same time. It was one person spamming. Where do you get that idea. Definite Fe, and a noticeable lack of either Pe function. Ne is nowhereIn the first film he's an ESFP 6w7.
-----I would say ENFJ rather than INFJ. (Actually I think every type is important for an organisation/group for different tasks etc.
-----and abvious 468 4w3 6w5 8w9 EXACTLY LIKE ZUKOexactly like zuko infp in estj shadowHow could u type him. We don't know exactly why he is on the dark side, why he idolizes Vader and turns against his parents, we just know that he does. When we know them it's clearer to work out his thinking style. Te inferior is very visible. For me, Kylo Ren is a good example of INFP in shadow ESTJI don't doubt that INFPs can be practical and systematic, but I personally don't see much Fi/Te in him. I can not see* not see more Ti than Te*Well, I can not get Fe him . He may have been shaped by the external - Fi and Ne can be infected with it- but I think he looks more an internal value [Fi] to follow, and it does not even full shows confidence in what is following, but still follows because it is obsessed with the legacy and try to be good like your grandfather. I know it's hard to find that there INFP's trying to be systematic and practical, but he's trying to follow something, trying to repress other angles, is an unhealthy personality, however, shows an internal despair. His behavior is stereotypically INFP but his process is ISFJ. He instead whines about how he thinks things should be like the past his grandfather strived for and he tries to convince others of this. I think INFP with a huge loop with Si and a certain demonstration grip Te. He's trying to prove something to himself, something internal, connected to legacy, as if he could actually follow and appreciate the dark side and show himself that he is capable of. I do not know if Ne could relate to such questions and crises, or the scene where he talks alone saying it will be able to maintain the legacy, in short, I see no problem of Ne be suppressed outside and keep only the fi creating an interpretation Si-Te . I was talking this over with a friend the other day. All he wants to do is reestablish his "Grandfather's Legacy" and preach to others that this is the correct path, so his entire approach to everything is Si/Fe. An unhealthy Fi user would have quite a difficult time kissing ass like that, as their Te would come out bearing claws in an attempt to use it defensively, and they'd most likely cause an argument and strain relations. It wouldn't necessarily change our typing of Kylo, though; it pretty much affirms the opinion that he is an INFP. :-)Just saw The Force Awaknes, I believe that Kylo Ren is an INFP, he is still very immature, despite being in his late twenties he still behaves like a teenager, he has frequent outbursts of anger which destroys objects (uncontrolled Fi rage). He's a completely different INFP from INFP classic (as Luke). 29 years old and still not a grown-up person, certainly an INFP. I mean, he's like the stereotypical INFP teenager. Kylo Ren: INFP He's much more focused on his personal journey, which is Fi to me. So much so that he tries to model himself after Vader. I watched some Zuko stuff, and i gotta say, i have to agree with you. why do you think he's an INFP. I'm not even saying i can't be convinced he's an INFP i just don't see the evidence for that either. I don't have evidence i just watched the movie and thats what i though :< MBTI is just a theory it doesn't have empirical evidence. You still have given no evidence of Kylo exhibiting Fe over Fi. Ni is very hard to see from the outside, so i understand, but the Fe creating function is pretty obvious. Shadow functions are in order of strength not preference, and an INFJ is likely to exibit strong Fe by consequence of Ni and Fe interacting. and INFJ's demonstrable function in socionics is Fi. The fact that you think knowing how or understand fear is INFJ is pretty vague. No he is not an INFJ. He doesn't care how his actions may affect others. Also compare him with Dooku(an INFJ) he is extremely chaotic. His Fi is his most obvious function and these spam votes are absolutely ridiculous. INFP's simply aren't this forceful. He throws tantrums when it strikes him. No way he is Fe over Fi. INFP for sure. Say what you want about TFA : it was freaking refreshing to have a main non-TJ villain in that saga (Anakin doesn't count, since he becomes a pure ISTJ as Vader).
-----He acquired the Cloud City by winning at Sabaac. ENTJs and ESTPs can sometimes appear similar at a certain level, both being aggressive, energetic and forceful but ENTJs are more focused and result driven and like structure as opposed to ESTP being more spontaneous, competitive and freewhirling opportunism. ENTJ can be scoundrel too. ENTJ with some ESTP tendencies. And when the Empire arrives, he subtly arranges an ambush by the Cloud City guards to save Leia/Chewbacca. Developed ESTPs could be like this but ENTJ makes more sense.
-----Some INFJs are so driven by their ideals that they can be extremely Blunt, confrontatinal and directive liek a Te-dom. Yes when she has to be. She can easily be warm and caring and confort people and she 's also very good at diplomacy. Comparing her with Padme, Leia is more extroverted, blunt, logical, and direct but less gentle, soothing, and idealistic. I see no reason to assume so. And now some no life spamming INFJ votes here. And an INFJ. Inferior function or not. She's INFJ, just because she is "commanding" does not mean that she is Te-dom. She didn't choose the rebellion as her vision. She is also very commanding & quite critical.
-----He's the idealized INFP. But I've always loved airplanes like SR-71 and generic too, and I'm also a terrific car driver. :P As Dracu said it earlier, he's basically an INFP with no Ne and lots of Se . Hmmmmm, I wonder what type Luke could be. I'm rather surprised by the low number of ISFP votes here. This doesn't mean INFP can't be physical, but there's no trace of Ne in him at all.
----- His tertiay Ti maintain a reserved and logical profile, but he has not any special Te ability and easily has that warm and understanding Fe prone to concession when it's time to be. Never raises his voice or speaks out of turn, but when speaking is always very matter-of-fact, logical, and calm. They both are masters of the Jedi arts, are calm and soft-spoken, and believe the Jedi code should be constant, static, and enforced. He also rarely (if ever) talks about the Force conceptually.
-----Honestly one of my favorite Star Wars characters.
-----Actually ESFJ might be a better choice than ENFJ. Fe-dominant.
-----In my opinion, he's INFJ, even in the clone wars: "When Kenobi realizes that he cannot help those around him, his spirit will break. Absolutely not an ISTJ. Also quite surprised to see I'm the first INFP vote. His weakest function is Ti, and Fe-Se are the functions he uses more than Ni-Ti. With age he gets more blanced with this. It makes sense to me he developed high Ni bc that's what the Jedi value, and ENFJ often value to be what is expected and right in the eyes of society. He's very idealistic and focused on helping people. For Tritype I would guess 125, the Mentor Archetype. In the books he's more concentrated on the bigger picture and concepts of rules, he sees behind it at the end result). Also on his ennea Type. I've read in a forum article that it's quite possible to come off as an INFJ after years spend alone in the desert, and with age Introverts tend to become more grounded and solid, as Extroverts lean to observing introversion. As we see much less of him in the original series, it is much more likely that his few personality traits seen there are deceptive. T is not based on whether or not someone experiences emotion, it is based whether one's most natural instinct is to make decisions by one's understanding of logical, objective truth or some sort of emotionally appealing truth. This was more likely an Fi moment than it was an Fe moment. I believe you are right about Si over Ni though, as the prequel trilogy shows that he is very pro-authority, rule-bound, and security-oriented rather than a mystic and a long-term planner who can magically jump to conclusions. But the main reason Obi-Wan chose anakin as his padawan was because of his beloved master Qui Gon's dying wish "train the boy". Also think about Obi wan's last words to anakin in episode 3, "you were my brother, anakin, I loved you". To clear up the difference between prequel obiwan and trilogy obiwan. His witty insults towards darth vader are not Ni based, but sound like they would come from an experienced Ne user, specifically the kind of Ne that well developed SJ's show. I vote ISFJ, who's with me. Young Kenobi played by Ewan McGregor plays Kenobi close to an ISTJ and a 6. I agree, he's not an Ni-user. ISTJs are faithful, cautious, rule-bound, logical, pragmatic, and honorable, all of which describe Obi-Wan well. Does he do any of that. But I agree with Speed Gavroche; he's too dutiful and not perceptive enough to be an INxJ type. Obi-Wan is Si as hell:. So he's not an Ni-dom. That's total Fe. Obi-Wan never felt any emphaty for anakin's "rebellion" when he says that he is arrogant ad immature, he is deliberately objective and logical, and vever seek to empathise or seek some apologies for him. Obi-Wan even said his abilities make him arrogant. He only trained Anakin because Qui-Gon made him promise, even when Obi-Wan believed he shouldn't be trained because he's dangerous. That to me shows Fe. Not all Te types would punish their pupils in the same manner. But whether or not he's Ni rather than Si is debatable as well. and seems to wish Obi-Wan was much more lenient. If that's not indicative of Obi-Wan's tough-mindedness, I don't know what is. Instead, he just tries to teach him. If one had never seen the prequels, NJ would make sense but within the context of the whole series he's definitely an ISTJ. There's virtually no scene where he seems like an F type, as far as I can recall. He is an SJ and that's very visible in the prequel. He doesn't think you need to add onto the code as time goes by.
----- 3 integrate to 6 . Seems like an extrovert to me. Ni-second could do that just as easily. I suppose he was awefully reserved for an ENTJ, even the humane ENTJs have this overpowering staunch, overconfident presence about them compared to the reserved calm demeanour of the INTJs. Once more, the Sith will rule the galaxy. Yes but their visions are much more vague because their inferior Fi isn't able to assign any vision much moral backing. INTJs vision is coupled with his deep routed emotional convictions however ENTJs have no such baggage. he just wants power. Generally E_TJs and E_FJs are likely to lead. INTJ's only seek power when they feel like the leader is incompetent otherwise they don't care for power. ENTJ's are power hungry INTJ's are notTo whoever voted ENFJ: keep in mind his public persona and alleged sympathy/empathy for people is all an act to further his plot.
-----he is the most obvious character to type. Even showing Finn how to use the ship was based on logic, worrying about getting their ass out of target rather than out of concern for Finn. Definitely ESTP, he's intrepid, bold, adaptive, practical, levelheaded, skillful, and down-to-earth.
-----This is my first post- better make it good lol. That's obvious enough, he does what he believes is best, no matter what the damn council has to say. he disregards the council saying that anakin is too much of a risk to take based on the possibilities for the future, which supports this too. de/amp/s/zombiesruineverything. Many martial artists despite being intuitives will say that focusing on the moment is the most important thing just like many scientists will say that being logical is important and Christians will say that being empathetic is important, but that doesn't mean that they have a natural preference for it, it just means they are willing to be open to their lower functions for the sake of their passions and for the greater good. Even Obi-wan wouldn't see past the jedi code, preferring to use things right in front of him as criteria and believing that the chosen one would be chosen by the council and not some magical force wielder destined by fate to end the sith's treachery. Vote changed to INFJ until another argument is presented. Yoda said the same thing about Luke when listing the reasons why he couldn't teach him "This one a long time have i watched. to the future, to the horizon, never his mind on where he was, what he was doing". If the midi-chlorian test was any kind of evidence that Anakin was the Chosen One, no one would be against raising him as a Jedi. Qui Gon : "He is the Chosen One , you must see it " ( no dude, this is your intuition - these Si, Ne guys cannot see it), Yoda's reply : " Clouded this boy's future is" (Ne's uncertainty). Ni-types can be in situations where they don't have a plan B (there are many examples), specially when they have the certitude that their plan will work. When dying, the first and only thing he found to say was 'He is the Chosen One, he will bring balance, train him". He's definitely INFJ. The Ti comes from his conclusions that he trusts and inferior Fe plays the role in his protection of Anakin. A Fi user would be more focused on its own beliefs rather than its own logic, and his conclusion about Darth Maul would look more value based. What everyone is describing as Fi is really more Ti based, as he rebelled against the council and trained Anakin because of a logical conclusion and a concern for the well being of society. Feel, don't think. His betting on Anakin in the podrace was extremely risky, especially since he had no plan for if it failed. Qui-Gon: The Queen does not need to know. Qui-Gon: I shall do what I must, Obi-Wan. Qui-Gon does not decide to train Anakin out of loyalty to anyone, but because it is what he thinks is the right decision, regardless of the opinions of anyone else. I voted ISFJ, as I can definitely see him as having strong Fe. However, he acts like a J and he certainly did not seem Fe or Te inferior, so I think an ISFJ with well-developed Ti is the best option. Obi-Wan: "but Master Yoda told me to be watchful to the future" Qui-Gon;: "yes, but not at the expense of the present moment, your mind must be focused on the Force, Obi-Wan" Qui-Gon is actually a Sensor, an ISFJ. It's only after that Obi-Wan send him Anakin's medichlorian rate that he's conviced of Anakin's potential. Take in account that Qui-Gon in the Episode I is about the same age of Obi-Wan in the Episode IV (about 60 years old) so they are both likely to be mistyped as INFJ, but they are ISFJs and ISTJs.
-----It's a robot that makes bleeps and bloops and occasionally adds to the plot, could be INFJ for all I knowWhen was R2-D2 built. Even if my theory about C3-PO is wrong, I have shown several signs of R2's introversion. I just included that as a possible explanation for his extra-developed Fe. Denying it exists doesn't count. He is an ESTP. I said "explaining himself" which Han does sometimes but R2 pretty much doesn't ever. For manipulation, again, I pretty much can only think of one character he does that to: C3-PO. For the functions, I meant Ti-Se-Ni-Fe but with Fe stronger than Ni because of accelerated development of the inferior and slowed development of the tertiary, due to his constant hanging out with C3-PO, who is an Fe aux with no Ni. But not so impulsive that his actions are indicative of Se dominance. None of those things occur. To recap, ESTPs are independent, intrepid, are energized by people, and solve problems in a quick, instinctual manner. Like R2-D2, who always solves the problem calmly and correctly while often actually ignoring other people when doing so even when they're giving him input. ESTPs would know what to do but because their manner of problem solving is instinctual aka Se dom, they are more open others' input and pay more attention to it. R2 don't ask, not because he is introvert, but because his the most ressourceful of the team and there fore don't need others to know what to do. You're basically inventing a type who'd be Ti-Se-Fe-Ni. But he's impulsive, scattered and versatile, sometimes too much intrepid for hos own good. But there is always variation within type and R2 is an example of a Ti-Se with (possibly) Fe-Ni instead of Ni-Fe. I'm talking about the consideration of others while making decisions. ESTP Han Solo (Fe tert) is independent and doesn't really explain himself on his own accord but occasionally does and if asked by others basically always does. As for his occasional excitement, yes that's indicative of Fe but could still be developed inferior Fe. C3-PO going along with his decisions doesn't count because he doesn't try to get him to do so. With an ISTP, Ni develops earlyer than Fe. And ESTPs don't care about what others people think, however they kie to make fun of people, and are energized by people, just like R2. So R2 is an ESTP. As I have ever said, ESTP are independent (as much as ISTPs or even more) while ISFJs are dépendent. ", an ISTP would have been much more calm. Introversion is more than just quietness. Not sure where you get that 10% statistic but that depends wholly on your def. An ESTP would probably say something back as he proceeds. He's not as reckless as Han either. So he is ESTP. And therefore can't be a I. But ESTPs are cool-headed AND expressive, while ISTPs are just cool-headed. So Fe is his tertiary function and Ni his inferior and therefore R2-D2 is an ESTP. So I couldn't decide. He isn't "always" joking or making fun of people either; though he does do that often, he doesn't do it in a manner or frequency that precludes ISTP. " But for me he's not quite energized by people enough to truly be E. The Fe is more noticeable because (a) Xe functions are oriented toward the outside world, (b) Px functions are perceptions, not judgments, and thus are harder to discern, and (c) Fe can be observed regardless of language while Ni is difficult to derive if you can't understand the language. I know this doesn't preclude ESTP but given his detachment from others' feelings and calm problem-solving ability, it makes ISTP somewhat more likely. He's also tertiary Fe and inferior Ni. He is intrepid and opportunistic, but he also is calm and self-contained. The fact that he never modifies his thoughts for the sake of tact, is extremely blunt to C3-PO especially but also others, and always does what is necessary in spite of other characters telling him not to points to his increased emotional overtness being a developed inferior rather than a tertiary. As for "clearly more Fe than Ni," expressing emotions is not necessarily Fe anyway, and he very rarely considers others' feelings; he actually ignores them to do what is necessary. In fact, given his blunt detachment from everyone's feelings and his brilliant problem solving ability, it may be the opposite. Calm, self-contained, logical, a great problem solver, rather spontaneous, and definitely an S, not an N.
----- What's the deal with these votes. I think she needs to be more fleshed out which will happen on the second movie. ISFP seems like the most likely option. ISFP all the way. No where because she doesn't have any. She's always scanning her present environment. For that reason, she's not an ESTJ either. Rey is DEFINITELY an introvert. HOWEVER, upon deeper reflection, I think she is 100% ISFP. ) In order to SURVIVE on her own during her early teen years, she picked up and developed her Se. ) Even though she has inferior Te, by the time we meet 19-year-old Rey, she has developed a very strong Te, which she had to develop in order to survive. ) I'm not sure how to explain her tertiary Ni. Her initial fear of the abstract could be because she's a sensor, and not because she's inferior intuitive. She's obviously the leader in her relationship with Finn and she keeps up with other Extraverts like Han while draining people like Finn and Kylo with her playful remarks. Anyone would begin to accept and experiment with the force if they were going to die otherwise. I think the arguments for ESTJ are great, I just want to know how you would explain her use of Fi and Ne in favor of Ne being tertiary rather than inferior, and maybe I'll retort to my "interaction is necessary" argument since it can go both ways. But I think she's more Se user than Ne. Agree with ESTJ. This leaves four possibilities: ESTJ, ISTJ, ESFP, and ISFP. I disagree. Yearning for her family for as long as she did during her formative years could easily cause a sense of idealism in regards to that even if she were inferior Fi. Everywhere else she is practical, efficient, focused on the bottom line, non-idealistic, and logic-driven. ISTJ, like Jlee-blue says below she is not a patient person and is quick to act. This becomes clear once she leaves Jakku. In fact, I think her successful, intuitive (colloquial def. A lot of times in MBTI, you need to break down how the letters interact/how the cognitive functions of each type work. She shows Te (Effective, blunt, has a take-charge attitude, and quickly leaps into action), Si (she frequently thinks of her past and her family and relies on her tried and true scavenger skills to get the job done. What's your opinion of her Enneagram type, Typer. I just don't see where her Ne (generating ideas really, really outside of the box) comes into play in the movie. You're so insecure that you mentioned you are in grad school to get a point across on a typology forum. I didn't even comment until someone asked about an INFP vote and I responded. I have evidence of these Rey votes happening in a time span right after you and other multiple accounts have commented. You jumped from ISFP to ISTJ to ISTP. I'd say it's more likely you who created multiple accounts to vote for INFP. You're pretty much the only one who's commented saying anything about INFP. That's not that shocking for a couple votes going one way for a character from a movie that just came out. Seriously, dude. Nobody cares that much. This is getting ridiculous. Considering a lot of these comments have similar writing styles and pop up like this in such a quick time span I am assuming there are a lot of multiple accounts here. I am also wondering why people are using 0 examples from the film to justify their votes. Weird logic. she is 100% about ACTION. also, just having ideas does not make you an Intuitive. INFP seriously. I am just saying whether you are in grad school or not is inconsequential to this debate. I'm also an ENFP so I know that we are not that aware of our physical environment. She also saved him immediately when this nomad was trying to capture him. This myth that INFPs can't do anything but dream in Lala land is false. I am pretty sure if an NFP were left alone to survive in a huge desert planet they would learn to develop Si and Te. You keep mentioning her practicality but you haven't at all mentioned her strong idealism. Earlier you said you don't see where she has Ne and I gave you evidence from the film that you are not even acknowledging. I'm a grad school dude too. But to make a few points: - She wasn't immediately attached to BB8 as you said. Then you're on your own. I don't see why you think INFP's are that great at thinking on their feet. We're not that aware of our surroundings. While I'm not anywhere near dumb, as an ENFP let's say I drive a mile down a street and turn left. Rey is that kind of person. In order to save Finn she came up with the brilliant idea of waiting for the perfect timing to close the doors at the exact moment where Finn could be separated from the Rathtars tentacles. I thought that was pretty Ne of her. I personally think she could be INFP, ISTJ, or ISFP so far but right now I see her more as an INFP who learned to be pragmatic to having to survive alone and years of isolation. I see you saying ISTP or ISFP and someone saying ESTJ or ENTJ with no evidence from the film to support those claims. In her situation it seems that all types could benefit from mechanics. I also don't know why people think INFPs are incapable of being independent. It was a little similar to the tantrums Kylo Ren has. That struck me as strong idealism. Typer, I have no idea where in the universe you see her Ne. It's probably most likely she is ISFP with a developed Te, due to all the time she spent alone. She is 100,000% definitely more sensing than intuitive though. Not her though. More people conclude she is ISTP than anything else. htmlOkay Kylo I can see INFP but Rey. Not a very convincing argument. Also knowing how to use the force well without a lot of training is not an example of Se at all. Also the fact that you don't think INFPs can have developed Te shows lack of understanding of MBTI. You have not even backed your Ti argument with facts from the movie. I agree with darkflower. INFP's inferior function is Te. You can see her "Se" when just after realizing she has a connection with the force, she is able to use it pretty well, even without training. So you can see her Ti there. Its their weakness. Its their weakness. She lacks the logic to be an ETJ or an ITP. That is not T dominant behavior. Although she is an idealist you can see that she has objectiveness in her. I will admit that she does come across as an introvert and after watching the movie several times I had to admit that she shows more introverted behavior than extroverted behavior. Also you see glimpses of her Fi imagination when at the beginning she is playing pilot with herself. Also her quick way of fixing problems showed strong Ne. Perhaps someone can change my mind. this is some terrible typing. First, let's address this terrible notion of INFP with one quick question: how diluted do you have to be to vote that. Is this like an INFP at all. She's not subversive or witty like a TP, nor does she exemplify any regard for social tact. I'm led to believe that she's an ESTJ based off her Si-like knowledge of the Falcon and her hands on attitude, but I'm sure an ENTJ argument could be made. She is no INFP. She is no INFP. @Typer I disagree with the notion that she could be an extrovert. She is an obvious NF to say the least. Also I really don't think it is possible to give a solid argument for her being an Si dom. I think there was a surprising amount of Fi doms in this film. Someone explain to me again how she is INFP. She seemed to display extremely strong Te. Luke was a freaking INFP. She has the natural skill and gift as a mechanic. unlike your typical mechanic ISTP, Rey has Te clearly. And she thinks according to the way things are externally to her. She is definitely an Introvert. She seems to definitely have Ne so the ISFP votes don't make much sense. She may be an extrovert who due to years of being alone has introverted tendency.
-----I wish you could vote for Tritype. @Speed Gavroche - good arguments, changing vote to INTP. Yoda believe in the jedi code in the regard that he believe in the principle of detachment. always in motion is the Future" Sooo NP. He tries to repress most emotions and not just negatives one like fear, also 'sentimental' ones as he considers them shadows of a negative counterpart. What's his functions, let's stick to the functions. Yoda is not a Feeler. Like Carl Jung, Yoda is an INTP 9w1 who's mistyped as an INFJ because of the "gentle professor" aura that INTPs often release. He's involved in growing varrious possibilities that he analyses with detachment, not a one big supreme vison that he foresee and want to impose for humanitarian reason. Always in motion is the Future". No clearly not INTP. Can't decide between INFJ and INTP. Intuitive functions sometimes are mistaken for thinking functions. Set in stone, he doesn't look at possibilities to change it. I could see INTP because he's unusually logical for an F type but he's mystical, shows quite a bit of empathy, and, especially during the battles of Geonosis and Kashyyyk, seems to be a competent leader and comfortable/fairly natural in that role.
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Anakin Skywalker

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Yoda

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Han Solo

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Rey

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Leia Skywalker

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Luke Skywalker

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C3PO

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Finn

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R2D2

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Jedi

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Sith

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General Hux

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