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    ⒺⓉⒷ Eric B's Avatar
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    Know what just occurred to me?
    Since this is a Halloween party, and everyone is dressed up in disguises, then the disguises could have represented the archetypes! Hero or heroine, villain (i.e. opposing personality), clown or jester (trickster), and of course, witch and demon!
    You have a witch there. Which type is that? You could portray her using her 6th function!
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    That would also be a good idea... but I'm not going to work out other people's ideas. If you want to work it out, you may use all the drawings!

    This is actually true for everyone - you may use my characters (well, the *characters* aren't mine anyway, maybe only their appearances are) and the drawings in any way you like! Cut out heads, paste another text, whatever... I'm looking forward to your creations!

    Now, in this Halloween party the types are not disguised as their archetypes. On the contrary, they want to win the disguise contest and they try to look (and even act) as different as possible. Some of them would succeed (and if you know the type descriptions, you know which ones), some of them fail terribly at it.

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    ESTJ and er... another Type are counting the scores of the disguise/typewatching contest.


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    Hello, people?
    Are you still following the comic?
    Because drawing those is quite a lot of work, especially as I use a touchpad... I'm not going to buy a scanner just for this.

    I'll explain the scoring first with an example. The contest consists of two parts.

    Due to the previous page, you all know the witch with the ribbon on her hat is ESTJ.

    First: the disguise part.
    If another Type fills in: "witch with ribbon - ESTJ": ESTJ gets zero points.
    "witch with ribbon - ESTP" - ESTJ gets one point.
    "witch with ribbon - INFP" - ESTJ gets four points.
    That way, ESTJ can get a maximum of 60 points (if all 15 other Types thought she was INFP).

    The typewatching part:
    If the witch with the pentagram was indeed ESFJ, ESTJ gets four points because she got everything right.
    If the witch with the pentagram was ESFP, ESTJ gets three points.
    If the witch with the pentagram was INTP, ESTJ would get zero points for that one.
    Again, ESTJ can get a maximum of 60 points - get every trait of every other Type right.

    Here, the top three of the disguise part are announced.

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    Yeah, INFP dressing up as ESTJ makes more sense to me than INTJ dressing up as ESTJ, for some reason.

    And I'm still following! Just not on here as much due to stupid homework.

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    These are awesome, keep it up. I can totally see them being helpful for people new to MBTI, if I had these when I was new to the concept I probably would've understood way faster. It's good to kind of, ah, show how real life examples of the types would act, rather than just reading those boring type descriptions.

    Edit: Whoops. Posted after only reading the first page... *facepalm*
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    Thanks! I was thinking the comic had become too difficult, with those types being unrecognizable and all. I would like to make one without disguises, such that the interacting would be more clear. Probably that would be more useful to people new to MBTI.
    I'll finish the halloween comic first, though.

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    I love these!!! "both the child and the monster under the bed"

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    @ Rebe: "Both the child and the monster" are not my words, they are Runvardh's. I've asked for help on the Idealist's subforum... and I liked the imagery. It seemed a quite INFP way to describe an INFP.

    Meanwhile, all the types take off their masks.


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    Very - thanks for creating these.
    "How can I be, all I want to be,
    When all I want to do is strip away these stilled constraints
    And crush this charade, shred this sad, masquerade"
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGeq5v7L3WM

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