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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    I propose:

    The King: ENTJ
    The King's Bishop: INTJ
    The King's Rook: ENTP
    The King's Knight: ESTP
    The King's Merchant: ISTP

    The Queen: INFJ
    The Queen's Bishop: ENFJ
    The Queen's Rook: INTP
    The Queen's Knight: INFP
    The Queen's Confidante: ISFP

    The Bishop's Clerk: ENFP
    The Bishop's Innkeeper: ESFP

    The Knight's Blacksmith: ISTJ
    The Knight's City Guard: ISFJ

    The Rook's Citizen: ESFJ
    The Rook's Hawk: ESTJ
    Sounds right on all accounts.

    I had thought my result was ISTJ until I read the Blacksmith one.

    I like the idea of ESTP and INFP being different types of knights.

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    The Queen
    Congrats! Only 2-3% of the population score this!

    Queen’s are the rarest of all types. They are quiet but hold the deepest of convictions regarding the matters of the world. They are frequently activists for their cause, they will do what’s right but not for glory, not for political power. It is why they are the Queen. They are the champions of the oppressed and the downtrodden. They are found in the wake of the aftermath rescuing those in acute distress. They may even fantasize revenge on those who victimize the defenseless. Think of ‘Poetic Justice’ and you’ll have appealed to the Queen.

    You can’t lead the Queen if only because they are right in suspecting others motives. You cannot fool this individual even if they are sympathetic. The Queen selects a few for friendship – these are friends that transcend the very word. They promote harmony with their very presence and typically make their surroundings more beautiful by just being there to clean up the mess. Don’t mistake them for extroverts – they are special in their diplomacy. They are ‘doers’ and dreamers. They can only be intimate with a chosen few. They will withdraw suddenly if pressed and this is necessary for them.

    The Queen excels with writing and communication. They are often the counselors of home, of public service and the good face of politics for the King. They look at the global perspective and are better at spotting patterns and relations. They think of the future and strive for meaning and purpose.

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    This sounds like an INFJ description, if you ask me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Sounds right on all accounts.

    I had thought my result was ISTJ until I read the Blacksmith one.
    I was wrong. According to this site, the Rook's Hawk is the ISTJ. It also makes more sense.

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    I think it's rather funny if INFJ's are supposed to be the rarest types. I have met probably 5 INFJs for every 1 INFP I have met in my life. I currently have two that work for me and one is married to another INFJ .

    Meanwhile I am serverely lacking in the INFP infestation department....

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    I got Castle.





    Sand Castle






    and so castles made of sand


    Fall in the sea


    Eventually
    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"

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    LOL yes, these are the types in chess form. If the test itself didn't give it away for me, the description for my result as the "King's Rook" did

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    Dude, why did I get King's rook, then???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Dude, why did I get King's rook, then???
    Have you seen 'Zelig'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Have you seen 'Zelig'?
    Oh, dear god. No, but something tells me if I did, I would relate to the guy, which would probably be a cause of worry.

    Seriously, some guy was calling me a rational, logical person today and I thought, "Oh, crap, here we go with the student persona again."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Dude, why did I get King's rook, then???
    Simple answer: look at the amount of times these online quizzies get people's types wrong :P

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