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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    Mary Poppins 8w9 sx sp so
    pure Sp dom, I think she's Sp/So but she could be Sp/Sx, I sort of see her more as a 1w9 though. her anger is more subtle, under the surface and, as @EJCC likes to put it, "chained". as for her MBTI type, definitely TJ of some sort. ESTJ is my best guess
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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    Emporer Palpatine (Star Wars): INTJ 8w9 sp/so

    Well I'm sure he's INTJ and 8w9, but sp/so should be right IIRC.
    Palpatine is a 5.

    Mary Poppins is either Sp/So or So/Sp. Possibly a 2, or 1w2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    pure Sp dom, I think she's Sp/So but she could be Sp/Sx, I sort of see her more as a 1w9 though. her anger is more subtle, under the surface and, as @EJCC likes to put it, "chained". as for her MBTI type, definitely TJ of some sort. ESTJ is my best guess
    No she flies on a parasol and pulls shit out of a magic bag because the laws of physics are arbitrary and meaningless to her. Hence, 8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    No she flies on a parasol and pulls shit out of a magic bag because the laws of physics are arbitrary and meaningless to her. Hence, 8.
    But that's due to her metaphysical nature, not her temperament, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    But that's due to her metaphysical nature, not her temperament, no?
    If her temperament is metaphysical, then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Palpatine is a 5.
    The guy who spends years manipulating dozens of individuals so that he can rule over the galaxy is a 5? lolwut?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    The guy who spends years manipulating dozens of individuals so that he can rule over the galaxy is a 5? lolwut?
    So what? 5 are concerned with power too, and their megalomany can be without limit. He is not driven by guts, and is not an asserter or a protector, he is not a 8.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    So what? 5 are concerned with power too, and their megalomany can be without limit. He is not driven by guts, and is not an asserter or a protector, he is not a 8.
    5's are more concerned with aquring knowledge and gaining independence via their own abilities; they see the world and think 'ZOMGZ this place is dangerous! I'd better hide somewhere where I can observe and study shit so that I have better chances of being safe'. 8's on the other hand not only want power but desire to use it to at least a certain degree.

    8w7's are typically the more agressive power hungry types of people, the wing 7 makes them far more energetic, which leads to tempers the 8's desire for power with assertivness and recklessness. 8w9's however are far more calm and controlled, the wing nine makes them far more careful and deliberate. Of course that also can make them appear 5w6-ish, which is why some people may mix 8w9 with 5.

    In which case, Palpatine is 8w9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    5's are more concerned with aquring knowledge and gaining independence via their own abilities;
    And you think Palpatine is not like this? Big mistake.

    they see the world and think 'ZOMGZ this place is dangerous! I'd better hide somewhere where I can observe and study shit so that I have better chances of being safe'.
    Look at his bio, he was totally like that as a child, and tryed to overtake it by withdrawing and intense study of the Dark Side, and he values far much his holocrons than his lightsaber.

    8's on the other hand not only want power but desire to use it to at least a certain degree.
    Palpatine don't want to use his power. And it is a big difference with the true 8w9 Darth Vader. He has not this instinctove force who drives him to take risk, protect the weaks and indulge in excess. He is withdrawing, cautious, planner, controling, greedy and ascetic: 5.

    8w9's however are far more calm and controlled, the wing nine makes them far more careful and deliberate

    No, 8w9 are not more cafeful, the wing 9 gives more emphaty, make them more quiet, but also more go-with-the-flow, and, at time, outright ebulient. That's not him at all.

    In which case, Palpatine is 8w9.
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    I'm going to disagree with both of you and say I think he's an Sp/So 8w7
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