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    Senior Member ThatsWhatHeSaid's Avatar
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    Whoever has an ENTJ on their team will win.

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    I'd probably bounce around from group to group helping whoever I could.

    Until they piss me off..
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    I don't want it, I just need it, to breathe, to feel, to know I'm alive.

    Never take life to seriously.. No one gets out alive in the end anyway.

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    I would just do my own thing until everyone started calling me a God.
    "When a resolute young fellow steps up the great bully, the world, and takes him boldly by the beard, he is often surprised to find that it comes off in his hand, and that it was only tied on to scare away the timid adventurers." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    I would probably be helping everyone at first, but once the ExTJs start killing all the other types and eventually eachother, I'll be moving in with the ISFPs to start an egalitarian commune in a cave.

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    4 you say? Ok I'll play.

    ENTP (I'd have to be there, so I cannot start by killing myself off, right).
    ISFJ - They would be good for ensuring some order for daily survival and remind us when to eat and what cannot be eaten (other team members).
    ISTP - They'd probably be equipped to help the group survive, practical and quick. But I'd want a loyal one, with high Ni.
    ESFP - They'd provide a glue that binds a group together. You always need someone like that. A developed Te though.

    This is not a killing bunch, but it'd be a bunch that's hard to kill because they'd be team players, and a bunch that knows how to play low-key and is flexible/adaptable. I could also throw the ESFP to charm people and I guess I could help on the alliance-making.

    I'd also have gathered most of the functions within the dominant and auxiliary, except for Ni, and Te methinks. Hence the qualification for the last two with higher tertiaries.

    With xxTJs, you'd be lucky if they do not eat you in your sleep, methinks. And they'd be warring so unsubtly that all manner of revenge would be headed their way, so the focus would be on fighting, vs survival first of all, which on a deserted island, your focus should be.

    And most importantly, it'd be a group that be fun to spend 6 months with, to me at least.

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    It seems as if you're the only one who can follow directions ae...

    Badlands: Why ISFP? I'm curious as to the rational behind people's choices... Also I question whether EXTJs will kill everybody off... afterall they need followers to be happy.

    Ae: Is it likely that the ISTP will want to stay within the group? We have two ISTPs here indicating no desire to be in a group...

    Also are there any thoughts from the Js? I'm only getting responses from Ps...

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    oh god. all i know is that the INTP would be dead.
    You gave me hyacinths first a year ago;
    They called me the hyacinth girl.
    Yet when we came back, late, from the Hyacinth garden,
    Your arms full, and your hair wet, I could not
    Speak, and my eyes failed, I was neither
    Living nor dead, and I knew nothing,
    Looking into the heart of light, the silence.

    --T.S Eliot, The Wasteland

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    If you wanted a quite time:

    ISTp INFj ESTj ENFp

    Fancy a party?:

    ENFj ESTp INFp ISTj

    Can't really think of any threesome mixes that would overly work well. Ahem.

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    I predict that the team with the most balanced people would win, regardless of type, but only if at least one had some basic knowledge and experience in survival.

    :sad: Elfie, you can be on my team then. This INTP is going to make the best of this little tropical island vacation!

    If we like the island, are we allowed to stay when this is all over?

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    Would people mind giving me rationals to their selections? Although it certainly looks as if people favor balanced type groups.

    Quote Originally Posted by elfinchilde View Post
    oh god. all i know is that the INTP would be dead.
    It's hypothetical elfie... now go pick out your groupies! You can pretend to be a different type if you wish.

    Quote Originally Posted by bananatrombones View Post
    If you wanted a quite time:

    ISTp INFj ESTj ENFp

    Fancy a party?:

    ENFj ESTp INFp ISTj

    Can't really think of any threesome mixes that would overly work well. Ahem.
    Explanations? Also are you referring to socionic types there? I'm not overly familiar with them...

    Quote Originally Posted by JAVO View Post
    If we like the island, are we allowed to stay when this is all over?
    Yes yes! Make it tropical paradise!

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