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    I am strictly referring to the books, not the movie. The movie made the characters extremely shallow, and you don't see enough about them to type them. There's so much more depth to them in the books.


    Bella: INFJ/ISFJ.
    I think in Twilight and New Moon Bella was an INFJ, then Stephenie accidentally "switched" her type to an ISFJ in Eclipse and Breaking Dawn. It was like Bella had a personality transplant from the first half of the Saga to the second half. (This is possible because they're fictional characters, and entirely how the author writes them.) If you read the books, Bella is in no way a P. She's always planning, saving money, doing her homework in a timely fashion (I doubt she's pulled an all-nighter.) And the whole plan in Breaking Dawn with Jenks was a very J thing to do.

    Edward: ISFJ.
    I'm not really sure he has a concrete personality, as he's written to be ideal for anyone who reads the book. He always wants to do the best for Bella, but can't really see what's best for her. He is in tune to what other people feel/think/what's going on with others (thus his power to read thoughts) so I would definitely place him as an F. He also has difficulty seeing how what he does will affect others; he only thinks about the moment and doesn't understand the long-term consequences of his actions.

    Alice: ENFJ.
    This seems right; the only problem is that Alice has an extremely high Ni (which manifests in her power.) Otherwise, she's extremely ENFJ.

    Jasper: INFP.
    He's completely Fi. He obviously has a very rich inner world, evident when he finally opens up to Bella about his life in the south. He's also quite impulsive (it's only because of Alice that he curtails his desire for human blood). Him and Alice have this epic romance thing going on, and his intense emotional depth is barely covered, even in the books.

    Rosalie: ISTJ.
    If you read the description and all four books, this seems like the best fit. She's not naturally in tune with her emotions (thus the whole Royce King event), and is very obligated to fulfilling her duty. (Especially with having children and helping Bella with the pregnancy.) She is a perfectionist and extremely loyal to her family.

    Emmett: ESFP.

    Esme: ESFJ.

    Carlisle: INFJ.

    Charlie: ISTJ.

    Renee: ENFP.

    Jake: ISTP.

    He wavers sometimes between T and F, but I think he's a T. This one is hard! He's definitely mechanical and a fan of extreme sports. Very live in the moment, and definitely a P. I also think he's an I, because when he needs time to recharge or think he turns into a wolf and spends alone time running in the forest, or disappearing altogether. He's personable, but doesn't need others the way an E does.

    Renesmee: ESFP! lol



    Interesting pattern... the majority of Stephenie's characters tend to be feelers. Perhaps she is a feeler herself?
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    Twilight sucks.
    This is why.

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    I think it makes it a bit difficult to judge the vamps because of their powers. Putting powers aside, I would judge Edward as an INTJ Bella as an INFP

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    I don't get why Edward keeps getting judged as an INTJ. He's like... nothing like one...

    Bella: ISFP

    Edward: INFJ/ISFJ
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    oh and pattinson is a definite INFP.

    I agree with Kirsten being an ISTP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charizmatic View Post
    I think it makes it a bit difficult to judge the vamps because of their powers.
    Since vampire powers draw on a person's strongest personality traits as a human, it makes absolute sense to trait them with their powers in mind.
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    Ugh, I had the unfortunate event of sitting through it last night, but I couldn't help but type the characters. I think it's hard, because a lot of them are pretty two dimensional.

    Bella- ISFP. There is no way I'd put her as an INFJ; honestly, she's incredibly dull and boring and has no personality outside of being ferociously in love with Edward. And she doesn't seem to really care about anything else. She absolutely has no sense of the future (make me a vampire NOW. I want you NOW. I need it NOW. The future will never happen) and doesn't seem to pay any attention to her past, either.

    Edward: ISFJ - Similar to Bella, only better at sticking to his convictions.

    Jacob: I want to type him as an ISTP.
    Alice: ENFJ
    Jasper: INFP
    Rosalie: ISTJ
    Emmett: ESFP
    Esme: ESFJ
    Carlisle: Possibly INFJ.

    I don't think there would be any NT characters in this series with the exception of the Volturi. They are also the only characters that seem to have any real interesting qualities to them (Jasper and Rosalie have interesting pasts, but of course they focus on Edward and Bella instead of developing other characters that have far more depth).

    I don't see how people can find this stuff so amazing. The concept of vampires and such, I understand the appeal, but this particular series of film and books is so poorly written and developed.
    In my defense, I am a terrible person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bowie View Post
    Bella- ISFP. There is no way I'd put her as an INFJ; honestly, she's incredibly dull and boring and has no personality outside of being ferociously in love with Edward. And she doesn't seem to really care about anything else. She absolutely has no sense of the future (make me a vampire NOW. I want you NOW. I need it NOW. The future will never happen) and doesn't seem to pay any attention to her past, either.
    Us ISFPs are so darn boring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bowie View Post
    incredibly dull and boring and has no personality outside of being ferociously in love with Edward. And she doesn't seem to really care about anything else.
    That defenitely don't match with ISFP.
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    The Actors

    Rob Pattinson: InFP
    I thought he was ISFP for a while. After keeping tabs on him though, the guy's a little too much like me, except... y'know male. He is very well-read (into Charles Baudelaire), writes songs, sings the "blues" (or at least a bauched British version of what "blues" is), and the way he went about playing the character of Edward is very INFP.

    Kristen Stewart: IStP
    Emphasis on the I and P. Yeah, the girl's deep, but it doesn't mean she has to be an N to be that. She's more smooth in her movements than Robert is. Where he stumbles and trips over things she does just fine. She has a cool factor that most ISTPs I know have .
    ISTP ef tee dub u.

    Taylor Lautner: ESTP
    He was in extreme martial arts for ages. He works out like a maniac. Perfect teen heartthrob, essentially.

    Ashley Greene: ISFJ
    In interviews she's nice and sweet and doesn't want to hurt anyone's feelings. Marketable ISFJ.

    Jackson Rathbone: ISFP
    I really just wanted to type him as "ridiculous hipster," but I'm feeling nice .

    Nikki Reed: ESFP
    You should hear this girl's life story.
    :crazy:.

    Kellan Lutz: ESFJ
    A lot like Emmett, except I think he's much less impulsive. He's exactly the type your mom deems a "very nice boy." Like many of the male ESFJs I know.


    ..Don't care enough about the rest.


    Characters

    Edward: InFJ
    I was intially thinking maybe INFP, but the INFJs I know definitely have self-control over me any day. I chose NF over SJ because he attempted suicide in the name of love. Very NF. I also thought about IntJ and IStP for Edward but reeeeally don't think so.

    Bella: ISFP/ISFJ
    It doesn't really matter which. Both fit whenever Meyer wants to make the next book more compelling and "sellable" than the one before it. For clarification, I have read all the books and watched the first movie (unfortunately), and Bella is certainly not an INFP. I was just waiting for someone to mistype yet another ISFP/ISFJ as INFP. Happens so often....

    Jacob: eSTP
    I wanted to say Jacob was introverted, but he was always wooting and hollering. I know very many ESTPs and ISTPs, and the "wooting and hollering" definitely goes to the ESTP. Makes the E/I distinction that much easier. Figuring out the STP part was easy. He's into cars and mechanics (Like, duh). Plus, he's prone to say something along the lines of, "I'm ready to have a goood time, guys! Let's do it! *pumps fist in the air*" Too STP!

    Charlie: ISfJ
    I keep picturing John C. Reilly as Charlie. There's just something about him. The only reason I can think of is because Reilly has a slightly goofy awkwardness about him that worked well with the characterization of Charlie. Definitely F but kind of serious, too.

    Alice: ENFJ/ENFP with great use of Ni
    Everyone loves her. Seriously. I haven't met a single person who's read the series and isn't enamored with her. Personally not a big fan. She's certainly cute and fun and zany and exciting, but too happy sometimes for my taste.

    Emmett: ESfP
    Adorable. Cuddly. Bunch of Fun. I was hesitant to put the F there but realized I was just projecting my own "F=female and T=male" prejudice onto it (Yes, I'm ashamed). He's too bright and shiny to be T... although he still could be.

    Carlisle: eNFJ
    One of my favorite characters in the entire series. Gotta love a mature ENFJ.

    Esme: INFP
    She was also one of my favorite characters. Meyer hardly gave her any "stage time" in the books, but there was something about her that I loved. She was definitely Carlisle's cheerleader. The perfect INFP/ENFJ pairing when you think about it.

    Jasper: Creep! ...I mean, ISTP/InfP/ISTJ/ISFP
    I really don't know. It'd be cool if he and Alice could be an ENFP/ISTJ, "opposites attract" pair (and they very well may be), but I get P from him. And on top of that, his vampire power is to sense other people's emotions. That's so INFP it hurts. Or at least something from a F user. On the other hand though, I still think he's a T, hence the ISTP and ISTJ typing.

    ...Wait, scratch that. He changes people's moods as well. That screams "Fe, Fe, FE!!!". InFJ or ISFJ seems like a good assessment. Yeah, I think I'll say IxFJ.

    Rosalie: ISTJ
    Cold as ice. Reminds me of Angela from The Office.
    ISTJ strong on the TJ.





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