Do you have short term memory loss. I was using that point to prove.... nevermind you'll forget this too. Probably argue about it too.Reading comprehension fail. Again. II said nothing about Harry (whom all this fucking time I've been arguing is an Fe user). I was correcting the rosy picture you have of ISFPs, which in actuality corresponds more to ISFJs.
Gosh...He was defending others, the catalyst being when Ginny (who was not romantically involved with him at the time and he barely knew) was attacked. There are countless examples like this of disinterested heroics by him in the book, such as when he saved Hermione (which, note, was not his friend and had been insufferable to him and Ron earlier on) from the troll.
He simply felt guilty. As I recall Ron said something to hurt her feelings. He shared Rons attitude towards Hermione. Felt the guilt. When to see that was wrong. And there was a troll in the bloody bathroom. They were not expecting to kick the troll in the but and save Hermione's ass.
they went to tell Hermione that there was a Troll at the school. Get your ass back in your room where you'd be save.
Now if he went to kick the troll's ass and save the girl, then he would have been a ESTP. :workout:
you'd probably forget why I am talking about the troll and ask me why I brought that point up.
Again I must add that you are forgetting why we are arguing about. You shared the sentiment that ISFPs are not heroic (Fi users). I did not agree. And i was also giving you points as to the possibility of how Harry (if not being heroic) could have simply be doing what he was doing for revenge.he would have killed Voldemort on the spot when he reached the Sorcerer's Stone