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    Quote Originally Posted by Valuable_Money View Post
    wether or not ENTPs possess the capacity for even the most basic planning.
    Why wouldn't they? The ENTP wouldn't like to do it, he would postpone it, but if he knows things go better with a plan, he would do it.
    I do prepare my lessons - usually - and the prepared ones are much better than the unprepared ones.

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    Davis Bloome.
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    honestly i could see Bellatrix lestrange as a very broken infp or enfp

    remember she spent a lot of time forced to relieve her worst pain in azkaban

    but its not logic that drivers her, its feelings and ideals, and her inexplicable obession with voldemort (almost adoration which could lead intuitive feelers against previously held values which is common for easily influenced enfps, and lead these idealists to idealize the wrong things.

    SJ makes no sense, she ran away the wizarding world trying to CHANGE all of the current standards based on her own illogical emotionally driven ideals.

    though in the movies she's portrayed vert entp, like the joker, colder than an xnfp.

    so i could be persuaded entp, like the joker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    Yeah that's where the villain part breaks down. Being a villain is obviously forcing your anger outside of yourself.
    Quote Originally Posted by Danse_Macabre View Post
    Also, INFP's tend to get all nihilistic/existential when they're down or dysfunctional which leads to "burn the world" which seems to be far more dangerous than your average power hungry villain.
    Yes yes: take an INFP's sense of morality, break it, replace it with a dash of madness, then combine with existentialism or downright nihilism, and you've got yourself one dangerous world destroyer!

    Quote Originally Posted by Danse_Macabre View Post
    [E]veryone knows it's impossible to be truly evil when one is in the company of a baby animal
    It depends on the villain:

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    Anyway, I've really been enjoying all the Vader and Joker thoughts.

    Also, does anyone remember the villain in Watchmen who wanted to blow up several major cities so he could unite the world against himself to bring about world peace? I could totally see an NF doing that.

    A "good of the many" system of values would make for a very complex form of villainy, and one perfectly suited to an NF or NT.

    Oh, and that purple dinosaur, Barney--like school shooters and emos--he definitely gives INFPs a bad name. :banned:
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    Dexter ofcourse...!

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