Let the bloodbath begin.
Souji-senpai (AKA: MC): IXXX
- He's definitely an introvert, just because he seems to get so drained despite having only a few things to do each day. Other than that, you can decide the other 3 depending on your actions! Endless possibility!
- Oh Chie, you never let us down with your martial artsery. I say she is an ISFP solely because she is very much an S, and very much an F - her P comes into play in that, she's often very unforceful with her feeling judgements. You have to really make Chie mad in order to make Chie mad. And her Se is very high, very high indeed. She could be an ESFP, but she's more of an introvert - her and Yukiko are best friends, and to be honest, not much is ever made of them having or wanting friends beyond themselves.
You never really get to see the N/S dichotomy with Yukiko, but I'm leaning N because of the fact that her intuition is usually there, and usually good. She's an IXFJ of some sort by default - her character archetype is that of the "perfect Japanese woman", stereotypically ISFJ. But her N is definitely more prominent than her S.
No explanation required.
She is such an ENFJ it's not even funny. Though, like always for me, the S/N dichotomy could be different. The reason I'm leaning towards N is because of the role she takes in the party - her persona's very power is the power to analytically figure out what enemy weaknesses are.
Oh Kanji, you're so hard to figure out. You're all gooey on the inside, but hide it all behind a facade of manliness. Even so, you're likely still a T - your Fi, however, is definitely third. You rebel you. Go sew.
"Just say the word, and it's BEAR TIME!"
"What a teddieous fight!"
"I'm all limp -_-*"
He's total Fi and Extravert. I'm leaning towards the N with Teddie, mostly because his entire reason for having a shadow was due to his obsession with figuring out why he exists. He comes to the truth, though, and rejects it.
She's a total INTJ. Like, the stereotypical INTJ.
NPCs but Goodies
Should have been a playable character. ISTJ detective stereotype.
Nanako-chan: Cute Little Girl (I?FJ)
She keeps the house clean and always wants her daddy to come home. She's learned to deal with being forced to be in all the time, and doesn't really mind just staying home and watching TV. She could be an extravert, however, but you can't really say because she's never really placed in a context outside her household. She's most happy when she's with people she's close to.
Adachi-san: Damaged ESTP
He's basically a goofball detective on the surface, but inside, he begins to convince himself that everything is worthless and meaningless. ESTP works for him, I think.. but it could be any other type. We only see his false persona; we never see Adachi as he truly is, except for his final battle. In that state, he could be anyone who was truly damaged.
There are more interesting ones, but those are the main characters.