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Luna Lovegood

MBTI enneagram type of Luna Lovegood Realm:
Fiction

Category:
Literature (Book), Movie and TV Show Characters

Part of:
Harry Potter

TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 205


INFP - 105 vote(s)
INTP - 93 vote(s)
INFJ - 3 vote(s)
ISFP - 2 vote(s)
ENTP - 1 vote(s)
ENFP - 1 vote(s)

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 90


9W1 - 40 vote(s)
5W4 - 30 vote(s)
4W5 - 14 vote(s)
9W8 - 5 vote(s)
7W6 - 1 vote(s)

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  • Posted on: 2018-02-14 23:29:17

    metallic

     

    INTP 9w1. Only typed as INFP because she's dreamy. Her life is completely based around her Ti view of things and her Ne fantasies. Not all INTP's are irritable, society-hating recluses, people!


  • Posted on: 2018-01-26 11:32:37

    Emma

     

    INFJ enneagram 3. 


    • Posted on: 2018-01-26 11:32:57

      Emma

       

      3w4


    • Posted on: 2018-02-14 23:27:13

      metallic

       

      hoping this is a joke


    • Posted on: 2018-02-19 00:28:32

      Snowfrost918

       

      metallic, ignore the generic female name accounts, they're all being owned under the same douchebag


    • Posted on: 2018-02-20 16:42:02

      metallic

       

      thanks for letting me know, do you know who's running them?


    • Posted on: 2018-02-20 20:33:48

      Snowfrost918

       

      josephty1 (he also does the “you are loved” shit but that’s a given) 


  • Posted on: 2018-01-16 23:47:12

    Lono

     

    Clearly INTP. She's certainly not Fi dom.


  • Posted on: 2017-12-08 02:43:58

    bundleofsunshine

     

    9w1 INTP sx/sp. 


    • Posted on: 2018-01-07 23:27:39

      bundleofsunshine

       

      I meant 9w8. She doesn't have a trace of 1 in her.


    • Posted on: 2018-02-18 10:27:46

      Formerly Brainer

       

      No, 9w1.


    • Posted on: 2018-02-18 23:24:56

      bundleofsunshine

       

      I don't care what you think. She has no trace of 1 whatsoever, so how do you explain her being a 9w1? Typing daydreamy people as 9w1s is getting old. 


  • Posted on: 2017-10-22 01:32:35

    WaterFlow

     
    The ultimate Type 9. You feel the inner peace from miles away. She's Positive Outlook., and a mediator, and completly unaware of her anger. Even 5s have less patience for BS than her. Luna takes all the crap and acts like "they're just having fun", the Nine's vice of idealizing life and people.

  • Posted on: 2017-10-20 06:43:40

    Felidaer

     
    INFP 9w1.

    9w1 (positive 2-7-9 triad, denying problems) because she's too unpretentious and optimistic to be either 4w5 (reactive 4-6-8 triad, emotional with problems) or 5w4 (competence 1-3-5 triad, objective with problems). She also seems to have no proper shame or fear, she's too distant and goes with the flow like all 9w1s do. Both 4w5 and 5w4 have sharper edges and are anxious about their role of outsiders, Luna is anything but anxious and kinda melts away all the time. It's also the one case when you can tell enneagram type from the tone of somebody's voice (from the movies at least).

    INFP because only INFPs care about typing her :P

    But also because her quirkiness is mostly fantastical not intellectual. Interest in magical creatures being an indicator of Ti? Why? Somehow the most known characters interested in those creatures are Newt Scamander and Hagrid, both also typed as Fi-doms (in real life that could be called a coincidence, in fiction it could be called author's intention to highlight ethical significance of taking care of animals or nature in general). Neither of the trio seems to care much about being (or being seen as) "intellectual". Luna has very rarely succeeded to prove/explain that things she believes in are factual. If she's an INTP, she would one of the most nonsensical INTPs to ever live. "Hermione was initially frustrated with Luna's belief in all manner of things without logical grounds or proof." xSTJ easily pointing out logical inconsistency of an INTP or a Five?

    Luna displays Fi in: personal beliefs (in weird creatures that no one has ever seen), personal tastes (uncool but deliberate clothing etc.) and personal sense of morality (unbreakable loyalty, peace, but most importantly classic and easily spotted Fi trait of being "herself" just because). On the other hand, she shows little need for logic of any kind or analytical breaking down stuff or detailed examination of the world around her that is needed to qualify someone as a Ti user, let alone a Ti-dom. She's not interested in what makes sense, she's interested more in what makes value to her, what's she passionate about. Of course, she tries to explain who all the creatures are and how they supposedly act, but behind this explanation there's just her whim, not any serious examination. It is Si, detail-oriented but irrational, that desperately tries to back up her galloping Ne, not really Ti that would have to lead her whole decision making process. I think if she was using mostly Ti she would be more critical of The Quibbler that was full of nonsense. That would really be logic first, before beliefs, loyalty, feelings, anything. She's also superstitious and I don't really buy Ti-doms being like that. I'm not saying she doesn't use Ti at all, there are actually moments when her introverted reasoning is really on point, but overall not strong enough for a primary function.

    Te inferior is visible because she generally struggles with demands of being practical, assertive and orderly, however during battles or other critical situations her determination and focus on getting things done when they need to be done is noticable (of course after those situations she comes back to being dreamy). Fe inferior is rather unlikely because "Fe seeks to identify what is moral by identifying what those around them value". It's so opposite to her behaviour. Fe is not about being peaceful individually like Nine, it's about living the lives of others which is so un-Luna. Even for IxTPs, Fe seems superficially like a pain in the ass, but actually they're unconsciously driven to end up somewhat helping humanity with their Ti logic powers by improving universal, external standards of existing. Luna doesn't possess any specific Ti logic powers that could help the world, what she possess is Fi values powers which she reveals in the most delicate ways, except one time when...:

    "someone made fun of her father or The Quibbler, of which he was editor, the airy, dreamy quality in her voice would vanish and be replaced by one of steel (almost as sharp as a double-edged sword), and she would immediately become very angry."

    which is a good argument for her being Fi/Te value/fact internally warm/externally cold axis oriented (you could also make point that it's an argument against her being 9w1, but it's humanly impossible to not get angry from time to time even for 9w1s).

    After graduating from Hogwarts:
    "She discovered and classified many species that had never been encountered before, but was never able to find the Crumple-Horned Snorkack; thus, she had to come to terms with the fact that there are some things that simply do not exist."
    which fits really well with inferior Te narration. When Te gets more mature later in life it's all about objective verification of previously held beliefs and getting more in touch with facts and pragmatic life. She was eventually getting more Thinking, not more Feeling.

    So I guess what mr. Heathcliff understands as "undifferent", "cold", "no connection", "don't care" "not intense" is not something that describes INFPs or INTPs in this case, but Nines: "Nines demonstrate the universal temptation to ignore the disturbing aspects of life and to seek some degree of peace and comfort by “numbing out.”" with possibly some schizotypal disorder tendencies that are more associated with INTPs so it could be either an argument for her being INTP or, an INFP that because of this tendencies looks more like INTP ("Inappropriate or constricted affect (the individual appears cold and aloof); Behavior or appearance that is odd, eccentric or peculiar; Poor rapport with others and a tendency to withdraw socially; Odd beliefs or magical thinking, influencing behavior and inconsistent with subcultural norms; Unusual perceptual experiences including somatosensory (bodily) or other illusions, depersonalization or derealization; Vague, circumstantial, metaphorical, over-elaborate or stereotyped thinking, manifested by odd speech or in other ways, without gross incoherence").

    the funniest thing is that it's my another post that I spend too much time writing and thinking I'm right, but actually I read and watched Harry Potter quite long ago and I could be also wrong.

    • Posted on: 2017-10-20 06:56:00

      fg

       
      "Hermione was initially frustrated with Luna's belief in all manner of things without logical grounds or proof." xSTJ easily pointing out logical inconsistency of an INTP or a Five?" it just Te (need for proof) against Ne (fantasies ), you mix inconsistencies (Ti) for need for proof(Te) . Luna is to detached from her own feeling to be INFP, and she clearly show Ti against harry she understand harry's emotion whereas harry just feel and doesn't try to rationalize this feelings.
      i think she is a 9 instead of a 5 because far more sympathetic and tolerant with people than a 5 would be. INTP tritype (9w1 5w4 4w5)

    • Posted on: 2017-10-20 08:58:49

      heathcliff

       
      I found your analysis very interesting (and long, haha), I can actually understand several points, but I still continue with the Ti-Fe point instead of Fi-Te, assuming that what would be "logical" in the wizarding world is a bit different. The things that Luna believes are not impossible to exist in the magical world, they just have not been proven. For Luna, it's all a matter of internal logic, whether or not it's proven. You compared her interest in magical creatures to Hagrid's (a Fi dom), but Hagrid only puts his intense passion into existing creatures (and who are barely seen by others), but his interest is far more personal than intellectual. He puts his passion when he takes care of these creatures, there is much more feeling than intellectuality in his interest. And he is not so detached of his feelings in general. Luna is not like that. Her interest in magical creatures is far more intellectual than anything. She only wants to know about discovering new and different things in the magical world (not just magical creatures) that have not been proved, but which make sense to her and can exist independently of what has been proven or explained. As I said, it seems more like an intellectual interest, to discover new things, than passionate or sentimental, she is definitely not very tied to his own emotions and tends to leave them aside. I see her inferior Fe in her social ankward, difficulties in relating to the crowds, but still being able to recognize (to some degree) what others feel. The way she talks about feelings is also not very internalized. As for example when she talks about her mother's death (it's something like "yes, my mother was blown up. I'm even sad about it sometimes, because it was quite horrible, I suppose. But I still have my father, right? So it's not too bad.") She's totally disconnected from feelings that should be so profound and meaningful to her, but she still talks about them in a totally ""non-intense"" way, even though she's talking to Harry, who is one of the people who could best understand exactly how she feels (and it is from this similarity in her stories that Harry, as a Fi dom, sympathizes so strongly with Luna: because she, most than others, understands exactly what he is feeling). But Luna still feels a need to collaborate with the general welfare of society and her colleagues, such as when she joins Dumbledore's Army, and opposes Lord Voldemort because it is the right thing to do and the better thing for everybody. She feels gratified to be part of a group, to have friends and can be usefull to them.

      Anyway I can understand the reasoning for the INFP votes at all. And your analysis was so good.

    • Posted on: 2017-10-21 16:07:06

      Nyx

       
      So when harry want to do the right thing, it's Fi. Luna does it, Fe. Harry understands her, Fi. Luna, Fe.
      And coming from someone who also lost a parent, her response is normal. Imagine your car getting totalled without insurance and talking to someone about it, it's just "a previous event".

    • Posted on: 2017-10-21 16:24:12

      fg

       
      Luna is not guided by doing the right thing(Fi) but more by harmony (Fe). Harry understand is motivate by doing what is right luna is motivate by understanding thing around her (Ti).

    • Posted on: 2017-11-26 08:06:18

      bundleofsunshine

       

      She probably is a 9w1 but anyone who is weird or a hermit is typed as a 4w5 or a 5.


  • Posted on: 2017-10-20 02:05:39

    yoka

     
    Yeah im not sure why so many people see her as INFP since she has no Fi. INTP is a better choice since she uses a lot of Ti. She doesn't use feelings in a lot of situations, she uses logic instead of feelings

    • Posted on: 2018-01-04 04:41:05

      bundleofsunshine

       

      They think that cause they think she is nice and cute. People only like to think of INTPs are being trollish tomboys or guys. 


  • Posted on: 2017-09-30 16:28:51

    Apocalypse

     
    I agree with this, she isn't really Fi actually.

  • Posted on: 2017-09-30 12:27:50

    heathcliff

     
    I guess INTP > INFP. She doesn't use Te for sure. Also, I don't think she is a Fi dom at all. She is so undifferent to almost everything what happens, ever being so cold, doesn't seem to have a particular connection to anything, save for her interest in magical creatures, which is obviously a more intellectual interest than anything. and she just don't care for nothing what people say about her and even what they DO with her (like steal her shoes), something that I guess an INFP would give most importance (they can problably does not show this, but will care hardly in core). The way how she talks with people come to me most as Inferior Fe than Fi Dom. At last, I will talk about that scene when she relates and identify herself with Harry's story, an INFP would be so much more INTENSE than she went when finding someone that perfectly understand how she feels

    • Posted on: 2017-11-06 21:05:20

      Frugo

       
      Could you use quotation marks when you're quoting someone, instead of pretending that what you write is your own opinion?

      http://personalitycafe.com/guess-type/164727-luna-lovegood-intp-infp.html

      Elveni, 10-13-2013 08:46 PM (page 1):
      " She doesn't seem to have a particular connection to anything, save for her interest in magical creatures, which is obviously a more intellectual interest than anything. "


    • Posted on: 2017-11-06 23:54:16

      heathcliff

       
      I wrote my own whole opinion, I took only that specific quote because it fits perfectly with what I think and I couldn't say better even bc I don't speak English. But OK, yes it was really wrong I recognize, sorry for that

    • Posted on: 2017-12-03 23:40:12

      josephty1