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V MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'V'
V MBTI type
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Movie Characters

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V for Vendetta

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TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 67


INFJ - 53
INTJ - 12
INFP - 1
ENFJ - 1

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 19


6W5 - 9
5W4 - 4
4W5 - 3
1W9 - 1
4W3 - 1
6W7 - 1

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an Fe user would follow the rules and consider moral what everyone else considers moral. he does seem like an Fi user, however, but he is too organized and methodical to be a prospecting type. (in order to be visible and to become a symbol of revolution). INTJs are in a sense idealists too and it would make sense to have him typed like that, because apparently his Fi was violated.

MBTI type of V

. Rather than plan for a future that can be controlled with a more or less stereotypically sounding “iron fist” of a present INTJ, he trusts and gifts his product of vision to the realm – a hopefully perfect and idealistic world for the people as he willingly sacrifices himself. After he dies, Evey becomes the symbol, as a Si dom she learned his ways and can act from the shadows when the guidance is needed.

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. V is most likely an INFJ. (also because Alan Moore seems like an INFJ to me as well, so V is his way of expressing his distrust in the Te systems, whilst having a fictional disguise).Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of V. I can definitely see him as an Ni-dom, but the line between Thinker and Feeler is blurred in this one. Both INFJs and INTJs can plan and equally use violence as means to achieve their goals, like a mean to an end.Which of the 16 personality types is V?. He has a way with words which made me think of more Fe than Te. Definitely N-dom. . . NFs can be just as rational as NTs then. Or are NTs some kind of super human breed that can take on all kinds of traits without breaking a sweat. Although alot of what Debaser said holds weight but he has always been biased in favour of NT and conveniently ignore anything in favour of V. Now both INTJs and INFJs love symbolism but INTJs are more likely to take an efficient and effective way about it, relying mostly on their own sense of perfection and never loosing control of their project. An INFJ would be more drawn to archetypes and symbolic message than actual effectiveness of their mission. They would try to rile up the masses towards a common goal and like V, would trust the masses and others in execution of it. That said I again concur there is no one type for most fictional characters. And here its not definitely INTJ or INFJ. He's not. Definitely INTJ. IMHO I think he's INFJ. I don't think INFP would go so far as to kill people to accomplish a goal (even a very deeply felt one). I don't think he's INTJ either. He's too idealistic and too emotionally involved with his goal. Found an interesting post. . . He determines who he intends to kill by those who have been behind institutions that caused himself and others harm. He takes away Evey’s fear through tactics employed on himself while in prison, believing that she will emotionally connect to and understand him. He makes his own rules and gravitates toward those who share his alienation and pain. Ne: He is a visionary who looks toward a greater London than the current government. He discerns how best to enlist the people to support him; he knows what will drive them to action and spur on the resistance. He comes up with dozens of ideas and plans for the unexpected. Si: Every one of his actions is driven through horrific past experiences; V remembers his time in the containment testing facility and is determined to avenge the wrongs weighed upon him and others. He also loves the things of the past. He uses his own past experiences to try and reach out to Evey, to take away her fear and make her strong. V constantly quotes old books. V determines the best course of action and sticks to it. He comes up with elaborate schemes and works faithfully to make them happen. He chooses to plan in such a way as to accomplish every single one of his goals – even if it takes his final breath to do it. You realize that absolutely nothing you said as supposed INFJ evidence is actual INFJ evidence, right. INTJs want to change the world too. Pretty much all N types do. If you have read the graphic novel, you know V allowed himself to be killed for exactly why I said: He knew he was a cold monster who was destructive, not constructive, that he would no longer be needed and would be detrimental to rebuilding. It was a calculated decision. You say he did it so that Evey would be "sure of herself" and "empathize with the woman," but you conveniently omit the part where he literally tortured her. It was all about making the ends justify the means and using whatever methods it took, ignoring all feelings that get in the way. That is not what NF types do. And moreover, V DID try to reason with Evey. Evey had a typical F type reaction to it. The contrast between them is clear. NF types would definitely put the feelings of the other person first above their own goals and would not try to force them to do what they wanted them to like that. V was, again, all about the result and making the ends justify the means. V never really even had cared about anyone before Evey; that whole "created a monster" scene, the parts you omitted that I mentioned about his ignoring the human element, focusing on revenge and entirely looking toward his goal. V is an INTJ not because he is a mastermind or because he "envisioned the ideals," but rather for many reasons including both (yes both, INTJs are visionaries with ideals and V's were much more personal, his methods much more impersonal and ruthless as INTJ rather than INFJ) of those and for everything else I argued, most of which you did not or could not bother to address. I impose my opinion because it is the RIGHT one, and I want people to vote the RIGHT way. It's not that I have no respect for others' opinions, and I listen to them if I am not sure I am right. He does want to change the world and doesn't live to see his goal as he is sure the people he was doing it for Will bear the fruits. Such kind of missions are usually if not always NFish. Also I don't think what V did to Evey was devoid of feeling. Instead its exactly what is was, instead of reasoning like an INTJ would do, he psychologically manipulated Evey to be sure if her self. Saying that INFJs are unable to do that or that NFs aren't capable of cruelty is wrong as well. Atleast I see a vengeful INFJ in INTJ. Regardless that's why I voted INFJ. My choice maybe flawed but thats why the voting system is here for. INFJ does not make much more sense. V was driven by a personal vendetta, not feelings for anyone else (Fi for you. He also did not pick up on the social subtleties the way Evey did; he was surprised she could tell the reporter was lying. Not saying that is typical of all INTJs, but it is very atypical for INFJs. That was about as opposite of "Fe" as it gets. V set aside all feelings, all sympathy and empathy and emotions. I would not really call him "poetic" or "artistic" either, not beyond what an INTJ is capable of, an INTJ may be symbolic as much or more than INFJ. He wasn't really even "self sacrificing" so much as he was just prepared to die. He would have to be destroyed with the rest of the old world after his mission was complete. Poetic, Symbolic, Self Sacrificing, Artistic. An INFJ gone mad. His vision is very Ni-Ti. I can see INTJ but INFJ makes much more sense.