Dunno if there already is such a thread, I hope not, I'll start (dont have much knowledge about DS9 and Enterprise though.)
Caiptan Jean Luc Picard : INTJ
Commander William Riker: ESTJ
Lieutenant Commander Data: ENTP or INTP
Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge: ENTJ
Doctor Beverly Crusher: ESFJ or ENFJ?
Councelor Diana Troy: ENFP (or ENFJ?)
Wesley Crusher: INFP
Lieutanant Worf: ISTJ ?
Chief O' Brien : xSTJ
Barclay : INTP
Zephram Cochran: ENTP
The Borg: ENTJ
Caiptan Kathryn Janeway: ENFJ
Commander Chakotay: difficult, ISFJ?, or INFJ?
Tom Paris: ESFP
B'elana Torres: ESTJ
Harry Kim: ENTP
Seven of Nine: INTJ
Tuvok: INTJ or ISTJ
The Doctor: ENTP
The Borg: ENTJ
Spock: INTJ or ISTJ
I dont have watched enough DS9 or Ent to try any typing there, so please feel free to add series and characters I havent mentionend yet .
Thread: Type the Star Trek Characters
07-28-2007, 02:54 PM #1
Type the Star Trek Characters
07-28-2007, 03:12 PM #2
My guesses are as follows:
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Jean-Luc Picard: INTJ
William T. Riker: ESTP
Beverly Crusher: ISFJ
Deanna Troi: INFP
James Tiberius Kirk: ENFP
Leonard McCoy: ISFJ
Mr. Spock: ISTJ
07-28-2007, 03:26 PM #3
07-28-2007, 03:32 PM #4
07-28-2007, 03:47 PM #5
My guess is either INFJ or possibly INFP. But she's portrayed as the most mature character on the show, which means she's gonna come across as pretty balanced in all areas.
Bartending isn't as sociable a job as it may seem, but it's the perfect job to watch people from without getting especially involved. Especially with all the dim lights. Plus, she rarely seems to seek out other people's company unless they have a problem she has to fix. She seems to prefer to stay in the background. So I don't think she's an E.
She's always giving people the bigger picture and how their problems fit into that (giving them perspective), which suggests N. And she's usually helping people with emotional problems especially, which suggests NF to me.
No clue when it comes to J/P. Leaning towards very balanced J. But she could easily be a P, because she seems (as has been mentioned) to see many different perspectives and she never seems to judge people for their failings.
Edit: I don't think she's a T because she seems more concerned with people than with anything else. And if she were an NT I think she would display a drive towards competence which I don't see in her character.
07-28-2007, 04:09 PM #6
I'm not sure if F fits the bill or not.. Whenever Picard or someone would come to her with some big ass moral decision, her response would usually be "Do what's right (from a universal good point of view)". Picard might be like "Should I bomb the shit out of this planet to eliminate evil at the cost of the greater good?" and she'd be more inclined to answer "Yes, we must eliminate evil FOR the greater good" instead of "ZOMG - no way man, you'd totally be killing innocent people".
But then again, I don't really know many (any?) NFs in real life.
Post-script: I think we were totally debating the T/F divide simultaneously. :high-five:
Post-post-script: Maybe as a 500 year old NT, she's developed all the competence she cares to develop? Hrmm...
07-28-2007, 04:14 PM #7
ESTJs can be "gung-ho" as well, if their sense of justice is threatend or attacked they can become very crusader-like.
Guinan might be ENTJ , Q is probaly ENTP.
07-28-2007, 04:17 PM #8
Post-script: Was "Q" anyone else's favorite character?? He was such a sweet bastard!
07-28-2007, 04:27 PM #9
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