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Light Yagami

MBTI enneagram type of Light Yagami Realm:
Fiction

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Anime and Manga

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Death Note

TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 269


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INTJ - 109 vote(s)
INFJ - 32 vote(s)
ISTJ - 6 vote(s)
INTP - 4 vote(s)

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3W4 - 29 vote(s)
1W9 - 19 vote(s)
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  • Posted on: 2018-03-05 11:32:16

    blackboyslovemath

     

    his major  weakness: he cut his hair thats why he lost 


  • Posted on: 2018-02-22 05:40:10

    Ann

     

    What makes me cry is the recent Florida School Shooting Victims

    cry


  • Posted on: 2018-02-11 22:56:30

    Emma

     

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    • Posted on: 2018-03-01 11:13:43

      codine

       

      found the 9w1


    • Posted on: 2018-03-02 12:29:22

      Chaotic

       

      Fuck you, bitch


  • Posted on: 2018-02-11 15:54:33

    Zethmal

     

    ENTJ 1w2 3w4 7w6


  • Posted on: 2018-02-11 03:10:56

    Money and love can be friends

     

    How on Earth is he 3w4?


    • Posted on: 2018-02-11 03:13:48

      Money and love can be friends

       

      2w1 or 1w2 because he wants to improve society. 3s tend to want to procreate life and suceed in career and he is using the death note. e2 might be a possibility but 1w2 is fine definitely more 1w2 than 3w4


  • Posted on: 2018-02-10 00:51:22

    Money and love can be friends

     


  • Posted on: 2018-02-10 00:46:34

    Money and love can be friends

     


  • Posted on: 2018-02-06 23:24:50

    Snowfrost918

     

    I don't know  much about shadow functions but it's funny how L is Light's shadow (ENTJ, INTP) and they're compared so often in the anime 


  • Posted on: 2018-01-26 07:11:09

    Ann

     

    xNTP 


    • Posted on: 2018-01-26 07:36:08

      Ann

       

      he is a perceiver who is smart but relied on the notebook because he is overanalyzing. Too bad he is a thinker type though xSFJ would be also fitting


    • Posted on: 2018-01-26 07:37:51

      Formerly Brainer

       

      Shut your solid hole


    • Posted on: 2018-02-06 05:25:42

      walpurgisnacht

       

      lmao


  • Posted on: 2018-01-19 20:26:30

    DerekTheCleric

     

    Can someone explain to me why Light  would be introverted? He always seems happiest when he’s the center of attention.


    • Posted on: 2018-01-20 01:42:02

      Khel

       

      becuz intj = mastermind also look at how hes not sincere hes feking E is I for truthnes


    • Posted on: 2018-01-20 03:22:37

      DerekTheCleric

       

      Lol


    • Posted on: 2018-03-01 11:18:02

      codine

       

      two reasons people think this. A, he doesn't spend a ton of time with his friends (despite canonically having a lot of friends) and is kind of misanthropic therefore must be an introvert! and B, he actually has values and wants to change the world in a certain way therefore he can't have inferior Fi and it must be tertiary, as clearly dom Te users have absolutely no desire to change or improve systems and are content with the status quo.


  • Posted on: 2018-01-19 00:59:04

    Megatroll

     

  • Posted on: 2017-12-04 02:08:50

    WaterFlow

     

    First, there's no double personality in this show. Kira IS Light, Kira has the same core of Light, which is: fixing the world. It's there since one of his first quotes in the show, "the world is rotten". His drive  to use the Death Note are the constant news about crimes, which are unforgivable for someone like Light who grew up with a policeman as a father, and for >doing the right thing< he thinks he'll be able to call himself a God.

    Second, Light's sociopathy has nothing to do with the Enneagram.  His God complex does NOT mean Image Triad and his readiness to pretend, manipulate and step into a role do NOT mean Type 3.  The fact that he spends the entire show running from the police does NOT mean self-preservation subtype, either. 

    In the end, we type based on >motivation<, and Light's an unhealthy social Type 1, which means he thinks he knows the right way the world is supposed to be and he wants to impose that on everyone. That's what he does throughout the entire story, he tries to eliminate what is evil in HIS eyes and leave only what is "holy", he points a finger at everyone else's mistakes and wrongdoings but never at himself, because he's above judgment, which is very characteristic of unhealthy Ones. 


    • Posted on: 2017-12-04 02:11:04

      mike ike

       

      you're totally going to forget that he was essentially cursed as Kira?


    • Posted on: 2017-12-04 02:30:53

      WaterFlow

       

      ?? Yes, because the show I watched didn't say that using the Death Note changes a person's personality to the point that they become another Enneatype? And because I don't see how Light's motivation changed once he adopted the name of Kira? Can you clarify your point, please? 


    • Posted on: 2017-12-04 02:40:53

      mike ike

       

      Ryuk stated something along the lines of this in episode 10, and I didn't necessarily say he had to change a whole enneatype, I was more coing from the direction of staying true to the story. Light's motivation was the same yes, but just because Kira and Light share the same body and same core motivation does not make them the same person. You can see the contrast when Light gets rid of his ownership (his values and generally demeanor is less antagonistic (like Kira) and more helpful/upstanding like 1w2).


    • Posted on: 2017-12-04 02:58:46

      WaterFlow

       

      Ok, I see your point now. Look, I'm far from a specialist in psychology, but from what I've seen Light just used to be a high functioning sociopath, he had a great upbringing and learned that killing is wrong and never triggered that, up until he found the DN and a justification to use it in order to commit mass murder. Surely there's a difference there, but that's how I see that the DN "cursed" him, by triggering something that was already there, not by turning him into someone else.  Kira still operates by the same idea of "things are wrong here, let me fix it", though.


  • Posted on: 2017-11-29 16:09:47

    scotty

     

    I think part of the confusion for typing him is you can use different approaches and end up with different systems.

    For example:

    If you are looking for a dominant MBTI function, you will probably get Te. Mainly because Te = ETJ, which includes T and J which are by far his strongest preferences.

    His best fit Socionics type is LSI. Socionics is not MBTI but some people like to pretend it is, in ways that would translate it to ISTx. I don't think I need to explain how funny Light as ISTP is though.

    He is IxTJ by letters. I'd even lean S but the point is he's clearly "Introverted" (as an MBTI concept).

     


    • Posted on: 2017-11-29 16:11:01

      scotty

       

      Also if you have brain damage, you may type him as INFJ.


    • Posted on: 2017-11-30 06:00:48

      mbtifan123

       

      Yeah, I agree. Except I tend not to place too much emphasis on the myers briggs (or the four dichotomies, E/I, S/N, T/F,J/P, to be precise) or the socionics as much as Jung's original theory, since Myers briggs (MBTI) and socionics are basically derived from Jung's theories except oversimplified for the sake of  (practical) use in the workforce, schools, and for entertainment. They branch off of the original theory so they do use some (but not completely) different approaches. 

      About the INFJ votes, I decided to explain just to rule out that possibility. Part of my analysis revolves around tackling each potential argument and narrowing them down to the best option. I also don't agree that he is INFJ, but it's worth considering a counterargument for it anyways.  :) 


    • Posted on: 2017-11-30 06:18:16

      scotty

       

      If you're using Jung's Psychological Types, then he's either an introverted thinking type or an extraverted thinking type. I'd guess introverted, but what is your thinking on this?


    • Posted on: 2017-12-04 02:24:46

      WaterFlow

       

      Yeah, the website says "MBTI votes" so people should either vote for MBTI or not vote at all and avoid the confusion. There's still the comment section to start a discussion on other sorts of typing systems.


    • Posted on: 2017-12-06 03:12:12

      scotty

       

      I agree. Jung's functions are incompatible with MBTI which is why MBTI literature describes its own MBTI/Myersian functions differently. Myersian functions are defined more in ways that fit the MBTI letters.


    • Posted on: 2017-12-21 14:48:39

      DerekTheCleric

       

      Why would Light be an introvert by the letters? He’s the most attention-seeking person in existence. ENTJ function and letters in my mind.


    • Posted on: 2017-12-27 09:14:07

      mbtifan123

       

      @scotty

      Sorry for replying late. I actually had to think about this question and retrieve a bit more information.  Defnitely a good question though.

      According to Jung's Psychological types, he'd probably still be an extroverted thinking type because his thinking is an impetus towards application. He's not using data for the sake of maintaining internal consistency or I should say personalized/subjective logic. Introverted thinking concerns itself far less with the need to maintain external consistency through objective laws or facts and instead searches for validity. They may, for example, question if authority is even necessary or if rules that people so often abide by actually make sense. For example, an introverted thinker would argue that rules can't actually create order because they are just shallow norms that people abide by under obligation, nor does it prevent some people's desire to rebel against them. Maybe to them, school grading systems are too flawed because it fails to realize the many facets of intelligence as well as who they personally believe is actually "knowledgeable". I refrain from saying that the introverted thinking type searches for "accuracy", "truth", or "soundness" because that would just beg the question (of truth being possible in the first place). Introverted thinking types might as well all agree that finding truth isn't possible, so even if they interpreted information through their own lenses, that isn't to deny that some foundation of their ideas isn't based off some degree of reproduced, reliable consensuses (aka what Te users trust). So that makes it necessary that introverted thinkings have to accept some sort of logic that is reliable not because it's "truthful" but because it has been reproduced and trusted by people (hinting Te) from generation to generation. In a nutshell, Ti users have a bit of Te; you can't be a pure Ti user according to my interpretation. For example, we can't form the theory that we might not exist unless we accept and use some pieces of widely accepted information (Te), such as knowing what "exists" means according to conventionally accepted definitions...Just because the Ti users tend to have personalized viewpoints of logic doesn't make it necessary that they don't use or care about information that has external consistency. Sorry for veering off topic-- 

       


    • Posted on: 2017-12-27 09:16:57

      mbtifan123

       

      Light uses data for the sake of acting upon it and bringing order in his environment. It's also helpful to note that Te works in accordance with tertiary or inferior Fi. I typed him dominant Te merely because he demonstrates, very blatantly, the mechanism of inferior Fi working behind the scenes of dominant Te. The eschewing of his personal relationships (family, Misa, Takada, etc) for the sake of pursuing an ideal of righteousness and law that only aligned with his own perception of morality (Fi) is an example. He's also a Te user because his goal is motivated by collectivity--a sense of order that brings all people together regardless of whether one person, a few, or even many oppose it. I guess this is the main downside to extroverted judgment functions--its ideals' lack of consideration for individualistic perspectives, needs, feelings, and opinions as opposed to the consensus'. Again, Light was a character that was essentially focused on execution and maintaining order, which backfired because of his selfish and self-derived judgment of right and wrong. I hope this makes sense though!


    • Posted on: 2018-03-01 11:30:35

      codine

       

      ISTP Light would probably be way more entertaining imo. doing the same things as Light does but with the personality of like... Matt. spends most of his narration mentally leveraging really profane insults at Ryuk and L and instead of his tl:dr speech in the warehouse, "consider this: I do what the fuck I want"


    • Posted on: 2018-03-01 11:35:36

      codine

       

      "okay, yagatmi. come on guys, you gotta admit that was funny. no, Matsuda, dude-"


    • Posted on: 2018-03-03 10:58:44

      scotty

       

      Wow it's amazing how I say he's a Jung Ti or LSI and people take that to mean ISTP. Hell no, he's IxTJ in MBTI.

      @DerekTheCleric Light is more just swallowed up by convictions that start from within. Even in normal school life he spends most of his time alone and just magically has "social skills" (it's a stat from some Death Note thing).

      @mbtifan123 Light uses starts from his subjective logic about the way the world is, and then works outward. He uses external data to back up what he already "knows" is true (which is a common theme for Jung's Ti type).


  • Posted on: 2017-11-27 22:43:56

    mbtifan123

     

    I think we can automatically rule out INFJ because he wasn't a fe user of any sort. His morals are internally derived. There really isn't any relevance between the moral itself versus the audience towards which the morals are catered towards. Just because he had rather utilitarianism beliefs that focused directly on improving the world as a whojle (rather than a more personalized approach where he specializes in a few causes) doesn't mean that he's a fe user. We could just suggest that his morals were obviously directed towards benefiting at large, but we can't rule out the possibility that his morals were not derived from a cooperative and socially accepted level. In fact, there's evidence that he was intentionally written as a fi user because he assumes that only his morals and judgements are absolute. The origin of his morals, thus, does not derive from the needs and values of others but rather from himself. The energy and intentions of his values, however, was directed outwardly. I argue he could've been Te dominant because he didn't rule crimes as bad because it was a shared value, but because such morals like not cheating, not killing, no lying, etc. are systematically constructed and are thus, by default, obligatory.

    As far as the ENTJ/INTJ arguments go, I feel (instinctively) that the author could've written him as an ENTJ. I also theorize that the author intentionally used MBTI types to create these characters, given that some characters (L, Near, Misa) were almost cut out versions of their type's profiles. Also because Near was pretty obvious of a INTJ, it only makes it harder to accept that the author could've written Light as an INTJ as well (hypothetically assuming they didn't use enneagram to draw distinctions). If he were an Ni dominant, Light wouldn't be so insistent about controlling his surroundings or manipulating others in pursuit of his goals. He was predominantly goal driven and used Ni to motivate him. Usually, Ni dominants have grand visions as well, but making them a reality isn't their priority as much as it is optimizing a plan to reach their goal. Goals are only an end for most INTJs, whereas ENTJs depend more on achievement, succession, and sometimes power on its very own. 

    For example, Near uses Ni as a dominant function, so he's predominantly focused on perceiving and solving the puzzle rather than executing his plan (which he did during the last two episodes). For Near, his perceptions served as fuel for his final attack--he was predominantly a perceiver who prioritized understanding above all else, which made him far less hasty than Light. He relies primarily on his predictions and possibilties to slowly unravel the most optimal solution to the puzzle, often progressing slowly by accumulating facts and data along the way (aux Te). Light on the other hand, portrayed that far less. He consistently planned and executed (dom Te) and only used Ni to give him directions, motivations, and occassionally, precautions. If anything, he used Se tert more than he used Ni sometimes, especially when he became corrupted by the Death Note. Light was also better at fabricating solutions (lies lies lies) at the moment; whether they failed or succeeded isn't really the point as much as his ability to think and actually rely on these improvisations. 

    I think when it comes to differentiating INTJs and ENTJs, I get pretty confused as well. If someone can argue for him being INTJ with some solid evidence I will probably accept that as well!


    • Posted on: 2017-11-29 14:14:14

      strangeweather

       

      I've had that thought watching anime too, that some consideration of cognitive functions are sometimes made when the authors write the characters. I can't back it up with any concrete proof but sometimes when characters go off in a sort of psychoanalysis mode explaining their own motivations or someone else's, it really sounds like descriptions of types lol. Sometimes characters go out of their way to say something about themselves related to pursuing ideals or whatever that really remind me of the type of language used in typology communities.

      It's probably just a coincidence but it sure makes typing some characters a lot easier, ha.


    • Posted on: 2017-11-29 14:15:57

      strangeweather

       

      Also, good analysis, I agree he's probably an ENTJ. Also, interesting article I mentioned on another page that also types Light as an ENTJ:

      https://zombiesruineverything.com/2015/04/08/mbti-light-is-an-entj/


    • Posted on: 2017-11-29 16:04:18

      scotty

       

      Why are we even considering INFJ in the first place? T is his second clearest letter.


    • Posted on: 2017-11-30 06:07:46

      mbtifan123

       

      @strangeweather Yeah, it's defintiely a possibility! I couldn't be sure, but it's very likely that anime writers use some sort of tool to distinguish and support the process of creating those characters. I know Jung's theory is actually pretty popular, and even if writers used different tools (e.g. Big Five/OCEAN), you can still see some sort of positive correlation with results across various personality type tools. A point with typing characters is to try to understand how the author intends to write them in contrast or comparison to the other characters--I think that always helps me distinguish some type confusions. Like for example, an NT in an action oriented anime/film will be somewhat different from an NT in an anime like Death Note. :) So just because a character is physically adept doesn't automatically make them SPs, for example. It's important to take the context into account. 


  • Posted on: 2017-11-22 15:23:23

    Chaotic

     
    ENTJ, fools. He's the Shadow of L

  • Posted on: 2017-11-20 07:43:14

    Heave

     
    INTJ 3w4 1w9 5w6 sp/sx.

  • Posted on: 2017-11-18 13:08:07

    FDP

     
    C'est évident qu'il est 3w4. Si il parait comme étant un 1w2 c'est justement parce qu’il veut qu'on le voit ainsi et c'est le genre de choses que font les "3" généralement. D'ailleurs ce n’est pas pour rien qu'on les appelle les caméléons. Pour résumer, le vrai Light c'est Kira contrairement à celui que son entourage pense connaître.

  • Posted on: 2017-11-16 23:03:33

    mike ike

     
    Kira seems 3w4 and light is 1w2

  • Posted on: 2017-10-09 21:48:23

    Ryugan

     
    XNTJ 3w4 not 1, people voted 1 because he's idealist and he always talks about justice, but he is truly competitive and image seeker, the reason for his idealism that's because he has Fi.

    • Posted on: 2017-10-20 05:23:05

      codine

       
      He has Fi fourth and Te first, making him more of a standard-enforcer than an idealist. his entire drive in the show is to cleanse the world of evil. if he were a 3, he would have asserted himself in a way that lead him to actually be affirmed and praised by others for his accomplishments, but instead he only interacts with people like Misa, Takada or Mikami on a pragmatic basis. he's certainly a 3 fixer (don't see any 2 or 4) but core 1 fits him a lot better, just very corrupted. when he's not under the influence of the book, at the very beginning and in the Yotsuba arc, he acts like a typical honest, practical 1.

  • Posted on: 2017-10-09 21:00:43

    josephty1

     
    Death note is INFP/INTJ/INTP manga, the three most popular mbti types on this website. Not even the most popular manga, as its ranked around the 80th-100th in the all-time bestsellers (the top 3 being One Piece, Dragon Ball, Naruto).

    • Posted on: 2017-10-09 22:10:18

      scotty

       
      It's arguably the most popular anime in the Western anime community (Pokemon, DBZ, maybe Naruto would beat it overall, but more crossover appeal). Check the most watched on MyAnimeList for example. And just because the premise appeals to INxx types doesn't mean that the characters themselves is INxx.

      Besides, I dislike a lot about Death Note for sort of INxx reasons while I like it mainly for more like ISTP reasons, so generalities don't mean that much.

    • Posted on: 2018-03-01 11:24:58

      codine

       

      hey, we haven't typed the Death Note yet. i feel like it's I because it doesn't talk to anyone, N because it works with names which are more abstract concepts (if it were a sensor you'd have to draw the person's face), F because it is all about expressing your values, and J because it makes judgements. so INFJ. thoughts?


  • Posted on: 2017-09-14 19:12:11

    snowpetal

     
    Light wasn't evil at first, but he always had the potential to be. The death note was just the tool he used to reach that potential. So in a way, yes, it did corrupt him, and had he not ever found it, he likely wouldn't have become such a megalomaniac. But the potential for evil was always there.

  • Posted on: 2017-09-14 18:45:19

    fg

     
    We can see light despise humanity since the start .everyone will be afraid after a first kill .any people who use the death note is destroyed psychologically but no one who used it before light kill so many people (ryuk said that) and he is the only who got a god complex after use it . light's father decide to not use the death note to kill Near a true type 1

  • Posted on: 2017-09-14 18:20:25

    fg

     
    He never was under death note control he was an arrogant megalomaniac teen since the start. the death note just permit him to show her true nature

    • Posted on: 2017-09-14 18:32:50

      strawberrygirl

       
      He was corrupted for the power like everyone in that situation would be. Some characters mention that Death Note is a curse.Light's father once says "Kira is not evil, the power to kill is evil." The first time he killed someone you can see that Light is terrified and takes time to accept it. When Soichiro dies, Ryuuk mentions that even though he came in contact with the notebook, he died happy, "probably for never has writing in the Death Note." Death Note is a curse, changes and destroys those who use it.

  • Posted on: 2017-09-14 18:13:42

    strawberrygirl

     
    INTJ because he is more future-oriented than order/organization whatever. Also he isn't Fi inf, Se inf makes more sense.

    Anyway and what about him when he are not under Death Note control? You know, he thinks and acts totally different without Shinigami Power. Maybe Fi dom? INFP? Kind, good at seeing the big picture, and has decided catch Kira because he thinks that Kira made him "unjustly accused", was made he pass to bad situations, and have caused suffer to his father, probably Si. On other occasion he refused to use Misa's feelings for advance in the investigation because he doesn't love her and didn't think that's right. He was also against waiting for Yotsuba kill someone to prove that the company had involvement with Kira, for the same reason ("It's not right!").

    • Posted on: 2017-12-03 23:39:16

      josephty1

       

    • Posted on: 2018-01-19 01:00:24

      Megatroll

       

    • Posted on: 2018-02-10 00:49:20

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