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    Default WoW type statistics

    A major guild in World of Warcraft did a survey+type test among gamers.

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    INTJ 23.26%
    ENTJ 12.77%
    ISTJ 9.61%
    INTP 8.47%
    ENFJ 6.70%
    INFJ 5.82%
    ISTP 5.18%
    ESFJ 4.05%
    ENTP 4.05%
    ISFJ 3.92%
    ESTJ 3.79%
    INFP 3.67%
    ENFP 3.29%
    ISFP 2.28%
    ESFP 1.77%
    ESTP 1.39%

    I 62.21%
    N 68.03%
    T 68.52%
    J 69.92%
    Ne > Ti > Si >> Te > Se >> Fe > Fi > Ni
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    Chaotic Neutral/Evil

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    Most good starcraft players are INTJ


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    Wait, are you sure that's right? Due to the insane amount of belfs, I find that INTJs being the top type is weird...

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    ENTP's score 1st @counterstrike. That's a game for real men

    [youtube="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuG7KNglgcM"].[/youtube]
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    ENTP's score 1st @counterstrike. That's a game for real men

    [youtube="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuG7KNglgcM"].[/youtube]
    I read a story about this guy who was playing counter strike ....and a guy he knew pissed him really bad in the game, so he went to his house and shot him. Don't know why I found this story fucking hilarious.

    It's interesting how Js and Ps will play in starcraft.
    The J has a very solid strategy and pays much attention to most of the game's details, while the P does some crazy move, attacking him in the first minutes.

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    Yea counterstrike got victimized for all psychopaths. In Germany it was banned after another shooting at a school, still the shootings wouldnt stop.
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Well at least they were pros. Who would want some noob shooting the wrong person. : ))))


    Nobody goes on a killing spree because of Wow. It's so not fun.

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    Kind of interesting.. And it seems in general that ISTPs are the only SP who could get heavily into gaming.. I don't know why that is.

    I wonder why the heck ENFJ and ESFJ is so high and INFP so low though..

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    ^ Js tend to stick with stuff, Ps tend to binge for a while and then leave, is my guess.

    seriously, though, i found that when i haunted the gaia forums as a teenager, i had a hard time because i'd get REALLY drawn into the forums, lose track of real life, and then swing back into real life again and lose track of gaia. i feel like J's steady regulation is better-suited to that kind of thing. NFPs tend to be so dreamy anyway, we'd just get sucked into that world...

    i dunno though. personally, i played WoW for a couple days. it was interesting, but way too involved and removed from daily life to capture as much of my attention as it would need for me to do well.

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    You make a good point. I've never stuck for very long in an MMO either... although I've experimented with a few. That all said, I love fantasy settings. And I can't say that I care about daily life much. I mean, I always have some hobby or some interest that's at the expense of socializing or doing something in daily life. I might just write my own fantasy stories one of these days. I could probably stick with MMOs though if they improve the storytelling and RPG stuff. A lot of quests just seem like pointless tasks. The whole thing becomes a grind after awhile.

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