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Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Zuko'
Zuko MBTI type

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Avatar the Last Airbender

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INFP - 40
ISFP - 29
INTJ - 6
ISTJ - 4
ENTP - 1

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4W3 - 20
6W5 - 13
3W4 - 2
8W9 - 2
6W7 - 1
9W1 - 1

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he has Fi for sure but he is far more a Si user . he is ISTJPickup is a fool. When I was growing up I got involved in fights because I knew I could beat bullies, and yes, I was aggressive because I was going through a phase where they were not recognizing my efforts and they were taking me away. I use my Ne for inspiration and creativity and my Si-Te ended up developing by exposure to the environment.

MBTI type of Zuko

. Everyone has identity too but you keep attributing that to 4 among other things so idk what your problem is. You can't say how he has Ne and he acts STJ.

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. It just doesn't work. I always thought Zuko as ISFP.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Zuko. Badum tss. Shadow aux Si over took his aux Se.Which of the 16 personality types is Zuko?. Once rediscover how firebend again with Aang he is able to channel Fi+Se and make use of tertiary Ni. I'm done with the INFP topic, I never voted his MBTI. But mainly to people who humiliate him (Zhao, Azula, the boys on the beach, etc. ), he cannot STAND to be looked down so he inflates himself. I agree he relies on Iroh for guidance, even though he frequently ignores his uncle's advises. Shame and pride are traits of human beings, stop generalizing everything, both MBTI and Enneagram are about HOW, not WHAT. . . . Shame, pride, etc are traits of TJs, STJs more specifically. Where is the Ne. Believe me or not, I just love to discuss Zuko. If you wanna discuss, let's talk about how *stability* is the core of Zuko, cause that's the ultimate desire of a Type 6. In a narrative, you build your characters and show who they are through actions and dialogues, quotes are not random because they reveal stuff a character may be masking (like how Zuko masks his shame with pride) and they offer us their inner perspective. I talked about his behavior and actions long before I analyzed quotes. You just want me to agree with you, the fact that I don't annoys you so that makes me "close-minded" Feeling like you got the short end of the stick is a 6 thing if anything. Zuko doesn't have a need to be special. Identity can be attributed to his Fi. IxFPs are not all about honor. He's always on about the past (Si) He can't relax, he's stoic, goal-oriented, mean, bossy. He's a Te user. That's how they type on Celebrity Types. A site that's notorious for mistypes. @JohnCena Not knowing what to do next can be attributed to 6 or the fact that he was acting out of emotion. E6 needs support and guidance. He found the avatar he caught him and he had no idea what to do due to inferior Te. Madssdsd is right though stereotypes suck. I love taking people down in rugby,mma and when i was younger i was unhealthy i always got into fights and was always the tough guy no one messes with. Their are gonna be different types of INFP. Also that's not even an Ne exclusive thing. I gave my reasons, I met my burden of proof. I may not be an expert in MBTI, but I know PLENTY about Zuko, so I'm ready to listen :)"I also explained how he uses each function and why he's an SJ. " No, you really didn't, can you give examples. He uses "Azula always lies" as a mantra but he always gives her a chance to fool him, doesn't seem like he uses past experiences all that much. Si is also about body awareness. He never plans anything he does, Azula is a dominat Te, we can see the immense difference. Te is organized and prepared, and knows very well what they are doing and what they need to do, and comes up with a backup plan. It's just weird that his SiTe can be messed up but not his Ne (in an Fi-Si loop). Guys, come on. When he asked people to demonstrate Zuko's intuition, no one really stepped up. Zuko spends a lot of time acting like an ESTJ and not a lot of time acting like an INFP. Typing based on how Zuko externalizes his inner turmoil is a slippery slope, but I can absolutely see where Pikup is coming from. You guys are bias, he insults me but I'm supposed to be nice. You're like scotty typing Hisoka as INFP based off of how he dressesPikup doesn't know how to be polite in a casual discussion where no one has nothing to lose. Everyone following this thread knows you've spent more time bashing on us than developing a solid argument. "Serious, a leader, logical, focused, insecure" sorry, who is this, Tenzin. Korra. Hermione. So I suggest you rewatch ATLA and find Zuko's sensibility in "Zuko Alone", taking in account that that amount of emotion is not even allowed in his environment (crying in front of the two most powerful man, grieving his cousin's death), see in Nightmares and Daydreams how hurt he feels because he wasn't invited to the meeting even though he's obviously just supposed to be there, then we talk about "cold", "stoic", "logical". Take in account that he was given an impossible mission, that he wants to believe the man who burned him still loves him, that he lived hiding in enemy territory and found good people suffering there, then we talk about "insecurity issues" and "confusion" as more than a matter of circumstance. Don't strawman my argument just because you're too incompetent to come up with a rational argument, stupid fuck >. >PikupYour. . . He thinks that an INFP has to be victimistic and weak, otherwise it can not be an INFP. Typical sensor. I recommend watching to see how much an INFP can be a leader. I'm INFP 4w3 And I identify with him a lot. Zuko practically has an unhealthy and repressed Ne, where she appears as a way of connecting with the blue spirit and within her dreams. Not to mention that Avatar was given as dead and only he created such a fanciful journey in his mind believing that he was alive. It is not because he is an INFP that he can not be a leader, INFPs also have the same form of judging ISTJs, but as he has a forced TE he ends up having an illogical and sentimental view of something and ends up making mistakes like Kylo Ren - an INFPNice that you read it, hearts. I agree with what you said too, unhealthy Ne is indecisiveness (though Idk enough of MBTI to type him) and I kinda felt Type 4 vibes in your description of him. But for what it's worth, I've agreed with basically everything you've said about him being a Type 4. You have a really great grasp of the character. Hey, more people here. Can someone please explain Type 6. I haven't found good arguments for 6. @Hearts "What do you plan to do with the avatar's bison. "First I have to get it out of here" Zuko. "Then what. This is exactly what happened when you captured avatar at north pole. you had him and you had nowhere to go. or is it someone else forced on you, time for you to look inward who are you. what do you want. And i think Uncle Iron's (ENFJ) relationship with Zuko mirrors a lot of INFP-ENFJ relationships and why they're often considered a good pairing. I really do think the essence of Zuko's character more closely resembles an INFP, but making the functions stack right is hard to do without resorting to cheats like grips or loops. ,Who are you. what do you want. Unhealthy Ne can manifest itself as indecisiveness not as creativity. And Zuko demonstrates a ton of indecisiveness. When he is completely torn between helping Azula and helping Katara. Zuko is constantly torn inside himself; torn between questioning who he is, who he wants to be, and who he thinks he should be. For what it's worth Pikup, I'm kind of with you. I'm not sure if he's an ISTJ or an INFP, and you're arguments for ISTJ are really sound. If we're making a purely function-based argument. I agree with you. His Si is really strong and overpowers Ne easily. I would, he's certainly not warm and friendly and he's always pulling others back down to reality with how realistic and logical he is. Zuko focuses on Fi so much cause it's unhealthy in him. I wouldn't call wanting your father's acceptance an identity thing. Wants and needs can come from a number of areas. If an IxTP wants to form relationships for example they need to develop their Fe. Wanting relationships doesn't make them an FJ type. He displays SiTeFi. Zuko is driven to do what's right which is Si. You know, I wouldn't characterize Zuko as cold or logical. I think with characters like Zuko it is important not to type necessarily on how they behave, because surface level behaviors can be misleading. Rather, we should focus more on their wants and needs. That is the essence of character writing. What would make Zuko whole. Really, the moral dilemma that drives Zuko, the pain in his heart, isn't really a question of appealing to Tradition (SJ) or Rationality (NT) but more of a matter of identity (NF). His heart is consumed by shame. He wants to be the kind of person who is accepted by his father. But the moral lesson that Zuko has to learn is that he will never be satisfied until he reconnects with who he REALLY is. But he's lost, and what he needs is to realign his spirit with the authentic self. Uncle Iroh desperately tries to get Zuko to understand that his actions - how he thinks he SHOULD act - is not really true to his spirit. I just know it really isn't fair to type Zuko based on his actions, because the entire point of his character is that he's not being true to himself. If I were going to make the argument for Zuko being an IxFP, it would be because the question that drives him isn't "What came before. " (Fi)No, counter-argue. You just asserting that I'm wrong isn't an argument. He's ISTJ. Why is he an intuitive in your mind. Your vision of INFPs is very bullshit. Sorry. He is not assertive, he's force assertiveness. The fact that you're typing him by what you believe is inferior Te rather than dominant Fi is very telling. You people see any sort of passion or fire and conclude they must be Fi. Even in the few moments where he's been healthy and/or happy he doesn't act like an Fi dom. Fi-dom is very clear. . . He's Fi-dom IxFP for sure and his aggressiveness it's because of his ExTJ shadow. He has some similitaries with Sasuke from Naruto series. INFPs when acting by stress are quite similar to ESTJs. Which is the case with Zuko. Especially if they are 3w4,4w3 or 9w8. Enneagram 1 ESFPs. Aggressive INFPs who like to impose orders on others. The fuck is this shit. > What's next. ESTP virgins. INTJ non-virgins. @Markz you're reaching, I can give the same amount of reasons for why he's any type I want him to be. He puts his values above all else, especially logic. I am an INFP and I identify with him a lot because I am very aggressive and I like to impose orders on others. PickUp, Zuko's not a real person, he's a character and his essence lies in how he is written, so of course I described his character development (which is complex and beautifully done and cannot be ignored when trying to understand him). Meanwhile you're not really offering arguments at all, so I'm gonna have to stay with Type 4, since there is another discussion going on here and this is getting messy. . . Anyway, I know an INFP who is quite aggressive when he is under pressure and ends up acting as an ESTJ even going for violence. I think he's Fi because he seems to value his feelings a lot. He seems to force the use of Te, he tries to be organized but ends up exploding when something goes out of control. He looks like a Fi that values the environment of the village of fire to achieve acceptance showing that he is good at something. Si-Fi loop. Look, I can name like 10 ISTJs in fiction that are similar to Zuko, can't name any INFPs who are similar to him because INFPs don't act that way. Might as well say Squidward is ISFP because he's a lazy artist who plays clarinet. Squidward has a heart, remember the Christmas episode. His own uncle said that what Zuko showed was practically a mask and that in fact he is a rather idealistic person. I do not think Zuko is more ISFP than INFP because Si is quite visible than SeI disagree but I could see a much better case for ISFP than INFPI always thought Zuko as ISFP, i agree with Fi dom but he doesn't use any Ne. I doubt you'll be able to. Think for a minute, do you really believe Zuko is an introverted version of Aang. 9Love16 caring about image does not indicate enneagram 4 and all you described was character development. Idk where you got this impression that he was "the kind, emotional kid"yeh dude Im a SJ i challenge tradition. About insecurities, they are either very real issues (his mission was always doomed to failure) or image related issues. He goes back home and realizes he is supposed to play a role that isn't himself then starts questioning if it is worth it. Example: when they make a presentation to their grandpa, Azula is awesome so Zuko decides to try even though he wasn't asked to and fails. Envy and shame all over, he needs to prove he is talented, too. For example, Korra is a 6 and her journey is about fear. Zuko's character construction is about how his destiny is tied with his image of himself. Type 4 can't have a meaningless life and Zuko doesn''t want to be "no one somewhere" for the rest of his existence. Again, he still has Fi but it's lower. Going by your logic if an ISTJ isn't say religious and/or a conservative then he must by INTJ or something else. The position of Zuko that makes him act as xSTJ. An INFP will be more sensitive to such attitudes and will question such cruelty, which was in his case. After being humiliated by his father, he was forced to erase the mistake he made to be able to feel good about himself and be looked upon by his father, but then it was shown that this was not his true face and that deep down he Was an idealist with a good heart who struggles for the right - Uncle's wordsYou really are reaching with these arguments. "I'm INTJ but I act ESFP" no. You bitch about stereotypes when they don't fit your narrative and then say shit like "An CHILD ISTJ would NEVER question a military attitude that is inserted in the environment in which he was born" Zuko HAS Fi but he doesn't prioritize it usually. He seeks the Avatar because it's a GOAL. Catch the Avatar, get his father's acceptance. He doesn't at all display Ne. The arguments you're making are scarce in substance. But Ne always appears in the conflicts, in the images, in the blue spirit, where he feels free of truth. The fact that he seeks the Avatar, a being who has almost vanished from nowhere, can be indicative of Ne seeking possibilities. It's not because he is serious and assertiveness force that he is a xSTJ, if you types people and characters using stereotypes this also indicates retard. Come on . . . In the past he himself got the scar because he thought it was cruel military attitudes and was punished for this by making him create a mask and deceive himself. Clear Fi>Te. He's stiff, serious, assertive, a leader, he has little to no Ne and caring about other peoples lives does not indicate feeler, that's retarded. Zuko is an INFP in Fi-Si loop. As a child he questioned his father for making a cold decision without caring about the lives of others, which is clearly Fi> Te. Zuko is an INFP who tries to expose Si and Te making him act like xSTJ. He can mimick an 8 but it's obvious that he's not an 8. He has insecurity issues, he's always confused, he wants to fit in and be apart of something bigger than himself. Zuko is clearly a 4w3 to me. I don't see 5 (much less 7) on him. People need to let go of the idea that all 4s are artists. There are different ways of expression, including the art of swords (when you're a firebender, why) and creating an entire persona out of it. Zuko envies Azula and longs for what he doesn't have, he is still not satisfied when he gets to be back. He is withdrawn and moody, expects Mai to take care of the mess inside of him. I can even see introjection of Iroh's good humor and advices when he joins the gaang. He is 1-ish when he faces his father and so many other times when he was critical and hardworking. Thank you for your explanation, it was very well written out. Yes I agree. He was ashamed for acting in a sentimental way and sought a way to be recognized by his father. He is very attached to facts of the past, thus, be more methodical wanting the work done to achieve such recognition and regain his honor that he lost. What seems to me a Fi-Si loop. Se/Ni users can be quite interested in philosophy. But, I'm still not sure if he's INFP or ISFP. Si and Ti can also do this . . . But it is clearly an INFP that values the philosophy of fire and tries to suppress the use of Ne to pull over to the Si and Te. If it is impossible to deny. Why INFP. He could not be a ISFP. Maybe it didn't come off that way, but I actually valued your contribution (a lot), I love seeing comments lol. Maybe it didn't come off that way, but I actually valued your contribution (a lot), I love seeing comments lol. Sorry there. I must have been drunk then. He's trying to use his lower functions, and failing miserably, but becomes happy when he can use Fi/Ne with Aang and the gaang. INFP's shadow isn't ESTJ though, pretty sure it is ENFJ. Have to agree. He behaves in a very ESTJ-like manner in the beginning of the series. He symbolises very well how INFPs behave after being burned by their fathers :). His uncle is probably one too. It is debatable.