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sam988
03-26-2008, 06:31 AM
I'm new to MBTI and now i'm on the phase where i want to know which MBTI everyone is so i get to see how different types interact. I got this list of fictional characters that i would like to know what's you guys' opinions as to what their MBTIs are. Some of them i think i've got figured out but i won't display them so i don't bias anyone because i want to know if i'm right.


Aragorn
Gandalf
Saruman
Legolas
Neo
Morpheus
Mr. Smith
Trinity
Anakin Skywalker (from "The revenge of the sith")
Yoda (from "The revenge of the sith")
Chancellor Palpatine (from "The revenge of the sith")
Mace Windu (from "The revenge of the sith")
Obi Wan Kenobi (from "The revenge of the sith")
Lex Luthor (Smallville)
Lionel " (Smallville)



Hm that's it i guess..


edit: damnit i knew something was missing. add to the list:

Sayid
Ben Linus
John Locke
Sawyer
Desmond
Kate
Jack
Peter Petrelli
Nathan "
Sylar

Tallulah
03-26-2008, 07:25 AM
There are lots of similar threads here:

Popular Culture and Type - MBTI Central (http://www.typologycentral.com/forums/popular-culture-type/)

I'm pretty sure if you dig around, you'll find a Star Wars one. Or five. :smile:

Thursday
03-26-2008, 07:42 AM
Sylar seems xNTJ to me

Peter = INFJ, no bias
i went to the INFP forum and i suggested INFP for him, and they labeled him as such

As for Nathan Petrelli, i would say ISFJ

Wandering
03-26-2008, 08:36 AM
Sylar seems xNTJ to me
"What makes things/people tick": sure sounds NJ.
T, because he feels definitely more AuxTe/TerFi than Fe/Ti to me.
And I'd say Introvert, because he seems to prefer one-on-one conversations to dealing with a large group, and because even as Gabriel Gray he was quite clearly a loner.

So Sylar: INTJ (no wonder I like him so much :D)


Peter = INFJ, no bias
i went to the INFP forum and i suggested INFP for him, and they labeled him as such
You mean as INFP or as INFJ?
Anyway, Peter is mine, MINE I tell you, so INFJ :devil:
Seriously though, he's too other-centered to be an INFP: an INFP wouldn't be running around asking for validation like he does.
But I'm not so sure I see him as an INFJ either, too much Fe not enough Ni.
And I don't see him as an Introvert either.
Which means:

Peter: ENFJ, maybe.

Thursday
03-26-2008, 08:47 AM
ENFJ
Fe orientated
i can see that

LowEnd
03-26-2008, 02:20 PM
I don't know where you're getting the N from.

Peter Petrelli, xSFJ.
He never sees anything that isn't slapping him in the face.
'Fe'ing all over the place.
Either an I, or E with no balls.

Digital Demi-Fiend
03-26-2008, 03:41 PM
Sylar seems xNTJ to me
As for Nathan Petrelli, i would say ISFJ

ISTJ

He's never struck me as an F.

Ever.

Night
03-26-2008, 03:47 PM
I'm new to MBTI and now i'm on the phase where i want to know which MBTI everyone is so i get to see how different types interact. I got this list of fictional characters that i would like to know what's you guys' opinions as to what their MBTIs are. Some of them i think i've got figured out but i won't display them so i don't bias anyone because i want to know if i'm right.


Aragorn - ISTP
Gandalf - INtJ
Saruman - EnTJ
Legolas - ISFP
Neo - INFJ
Morpheus - iNTJ
Mr. Smith - IsTJ
Trinity - INFp

Anakin Skywalker (from "The revenge of the sith") - INFP
Yoda (from "The revenge of the sith") - INfJ
Chancellor Palpatine (from "The revenge of the sith") - INTJ
Mace Windu (from "The revenge of the sith") - IsTJ
Obi Wan Kenobi (from "The revenge of the sith") - ENtP

Lex Luthor (Smallville) - eNTJ
Lionel " (Smallville) - ENTJ


Cheers!

Valiant
03-26-2008, 03:58 PM
Jack Bauer - ESTP
James Bond - ESTP
Bruce Willis - ESTP

I rest my case.:2ar15:

The Ü™
03-26-2008, 04:00 PM
Blofeld: INTJ
Goldfinger: INTJ
Dr. No: INTJ
Hugo Drax: INTJ
Willard Whyte: INTJ

Night
03-26-2008, 04:02 PM
Jack Bauer - ESTP
James Bond - ESTP
Bruce Willis - ESTP

I rest my case.:2ar15:

Exactly - ESTP's are a powerful breed!

Hulk Hogan - ESTP
Bill Murray (Ghostbusters; Lost in Translation) - ESTP
Arnold Schwarzenegger (Predator) - ESTP

;)

The Ü™
03-26-2008, 04:04 PM
I always thought Bruce Willis was more of an ESTJ, and specifically, John McClane is an ISTJ.

Daniel Craig's interpretation of James Bond is definitely ISTP.

sam988
03-26-2008, 05:00 PM
Aragorn - ISTP
Gandalf - INtJ
Saruman - EnTJ
Legolas - ISFP
Neo - INFJ
Morpheus - iNTJ
Mr. Smith - IsTJ
Trinity - INFp

Anakin Skywalker (from "The revenge of the sith") - INFP
Yoda (from "The revenge of the sith") - INfJ
Chancellor Palpatine (from "The revenge of the sith") - INTJ
Mace Windu (from "The revenge of the sith") - IsTJ
Obi Wan Kenobi (from "The revenge of the sith") - ENtP

Lex Luthor (Smallville) - eNTJ
Lionel " (Smallville) - ENTJ


Cheers!


I thought that Lex was an INTJ, being always alone and all....

I agree with the others' types, though.

The Ü™
03-26-2008, 05:03 PM
Lex is an ENTJ in the movies.

Wandering
03-26-2008, 05:22 PM
I don't know where you're getting the N from.
It's the "by default" setting for me ;) I don't need to see the N, I need to see the S.


Peter Petrelli, xSFJ.
He never sees anything that isn't slapping him in the face.
Could be. I don't see neither S nor N, to be honest. Which reinforces the E, actually.


'Fe'ing all over the place.
Either an I, or E with no balls.
What's an "E with no balls" :shock: ??

sam988
03-26-2008, 05:25 PM
Lex is an ENTJ in the movies.

Yeah in the movies certainly, but i'm talking about in Smallville.

Night
03-26-2008, 06:00 PM
I thought that Lex was an INTJ, being always alone and all....

I agree with the others' types, though.

He is a difficult blend.

Lex Luthor is a powerful contrast of external control (Lionel's influence) vs. struggling to achieve stability within himself (Alexander).

This dichotomy is so pronounced that I'd wager his "evil" behavior stems from his extroverted hemisphere overcoming his pensive introversion.

The truly evil Lex Luthor is profoundly E (See his presidential campaign for a Lucifer analogue). When Alexander wins, Lex fragments inward and his genius is channeled into an emotionally recuperative theater.

Either manifestation finds self-service as his greatest motivation; it depends if Lex retreats inward or soldiers outward to achieve this balance, in terms of how he pursues his goals.

Digital Demi-Fiend
03-26-2008, 07:19 PM
Lex Luthor (Smallville) - eNTJ
Lionel " (Smallville) - ENTJ


Lex Luthor (Superman Returns)- INTJ
Superman / Clark Kent- ESFJ/ISFJ

nemo
03-26-2008, 07:29 PM
Obi Wan an ENtP? Really?

Not that I'm complaining, he's one of my childhood heroes, I just don't see it.

sam988
03-26-2008, 07:41 PM
Lex Luthor (Superman Returns)- INTJ
Superman / Clark Kent- ESFJ/ISFJ



Now things are messy. Wasn't it supposed to be the other way around? Lex from Smallville, INTJ.

And Lex from Superman Returns, ENTJ (he's always surrounded by people and in the beggining he was able to court and be some sort of gigolo to that old dying lady to get her fortune). Although an INTJ could also go through all that, it's not very likely.



I think i'll stick to Night's explanation of Lex's type in Smallville. Some sort of mix between ENTJ (being so straightforward and agressive with everyone) with INTJ (being a loner).

Night
03-26-2008, 07:45 PM
Obi Wan an ENtP? Really?

Not that I'm complaining, he's one of my childhood heroes, I just don't see it.

He was my strongest uncertainty.

It was either ENtP or ENFj.


What's your take, Nemo?

nemo
03-26-2008, 08:01 PM
Yeah, I would've thought some kind of NJ for Obi Wan.

I know the OP restricted focus to Revenge of the Sith, but in the earlier prequels I think he showed more Ni than Ne -- the one I'd guess as some kind of ENP would've been Qui-Gon (compare his "living Force" philosophy with the focus on premonitions and foresight of the other Jedi).

Other than that I can't really say. Almost everyone in Star Wars seems like an NJ to me, lol.

Mondo
03-26-2008, 08:51 PM
Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
Jack Bauer - ESTP
James Bond - ESTP
Bruce Willis - ESTP

I rest my case.

ESTP's are an awesome group overall! James Bond and Bruce Willis are definitely ESTPs, but I've always seen Jack Bauer as more of an ISTP. He is an aggressive type but not especially outgoing or gregarious.