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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    I know. It was an answer.

    I'd better go before you claim that Filch is my ultimate sexual match.
    I'll give you a 10-second head start.
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    Aleksei, I absolutely love it when you get into debates, it's highly entertaining

    About the characters:
    I'm interested in your thoughts on anyone you like, but I struggle with these in particular:

    Peter: Quite minor, slimy little character, I have him down as a very unhealthy 6w5 sp/so at the moment, but I can't see a type that would exhibit that much of a tendency to betray their friends, before becoming fiercely loyal to someone else without a second thought. Who chickens out of life for 13yrs? As far as I can tell, he did nothing for the Marauders, apart from learn to turn into a rat, which wasn't all that helpful for what they needed it for. He seems to to do the bare minimum for his new master, but still finds it ok to want his best friend's only child dead, hence no remorse at all for betraying them. Surely no type could bring themselves that low, even if really unhealthy.

    Lupin: Genuinely very endearing 9w1, seemed to connect to everyone on their own level, each student feeling pretty individual, Neville, Harry, Hermione.... Then he felt he was dragging Tonks down, and on thinking he might 'afflict' his baby, disintegrated to 6w5, which apparently is the natural deterioration point of Type 9. His variants are now very open to interpretation taking into account book 3 aswell....My guess was sx/so..buthis general earthiness is sp so I dunno. The difference between himself and Peter in this case was that Remus wasn't considering his own gain when he thought about abandonment.

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    Oh and Filch is everybody's sexual match, can't you just feel the raw sx energy radiating from his being? Lol

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    Aleksei, I absolutely love it when you get into debates, it's highly entertaining
    Thank you. I do my best.

    Quote Originally Posted by FalseHeartDothKnow View Post
    Peter: Quite minor, slimy little character, I have him down as a very unhealthy 6w5 sp/so at the moment, but I can't see a type that would exhibit that much of a tendency to betray their friends, before becoming fiercely loyal to someone else without a second thought. Who chickens out of life for 13yrs?
    Hmm... To my knowledge no Enneagram type is portrayed as being cowardly, so it's more of a matter of determining in what way he's cowardly. I would agree with 6w5 sp/so; he's concerned with saving his own hide above all else, and rationally determined that joining Voldemort would be the best way to do this. I'd have guessed sp/sx (he doesn't seem all that so), except he's 100% unconcerned with his close relationships -- he's very disloyal. Stabbed his friends in the back to save his own ass.

    Quote Originally Posted by FalseHeartDothKnow View Post
    Lupin: Genuinely very endearing 9w1, seemed to connect to everyone on their own level. Then he felt he was dragging Tonks down, and disintegrated to 6w5, which apparently is the natural deterioration point of Type 9. His variants are now very open to interpretation taking into account book 3 aswell....My guess was sx/so...but the carrying chocolate thing, and his general earthiness is sp so I dunno.
    I think 9w1 sx/so. He carries chocolate in case anyone else needs it rather than himself -- if I remember correctly he didn't eat any on the train.
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    Hmmm...Peter I think we definitely have right. I'm still concerned as to whether an sx dom would consider running from, and in a sense regret his main ties, though I suppose if he thought they'd be better off....'it's all my fault' mentality, he might...I guess this is his issue here:

    a)If I can maintain position and inclusion in the group/world, b) I can keep up and escalate all this merging/intensity."

    At Hogwarts part a) was already covered because he was included by default, so he felt comfortable in doing part b) and became a passionate, intense and well-liked teacher.

    Outside HW, he finds he can't do a) because society is cruel, and therefore won't b) get too close in case it tarnishes those around him...

    Does this seem accurate?

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    Sounds right.
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    Cool, so how about Filchy baby? lol

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    Obviously sx-sominant... look at that sexy sexy figure

    In all seriousness, Filch is, err, 1w2 sp/so (ISTJ). Like Hermione or McGonagall, but a helluva lot grumpier.
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    You mean to say that the most uncaring, apathetic man in HW has a Two wing? Lol

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    You're right what was I thinking. 1w9?
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