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    Sixes seem more passive, and maybe less likely to commit for fear of a negative outcome. I'm guessing eights are more brazen, and thus more likely to engage, even if skeptical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Opal View Post
    Sixes seem more passive, and maybe less likely to commit for fear of a negative outcome. I'm guessing eights are more brazen, and thus more likely to engage, even if skeptical.
    Especially very heavy cp6 can be as committing except it's not done for the same reasons 8s do it. 8s have little disregard for safety and security and only commit if they think there's a genuine payoff, but 6s often commit to prove that they aren't afraid and that they are strong. 8s already inherently assume that they are strong so committing to a cause to prove one's capabilities is a non issue. Again, 8s commit more if they sense any real benefits from doing so, so they are when compared to cp6, probably less outwardly brazen actually. 8s weigh the costs for the returns more but their issue is more often an underestimation of their own power and they may as a result over commit.

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