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    What is Princess Leia's type?







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    I'd say ENTJ for Leia.

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    I'd say mild ESTJ

    Leia definitely seems to be more an E person.

    S or N seems debatable, Leia seems a more direct action type of person, so I'd go with slight S

    T seems more likely than F, I can't really say why, but the character does seem more oriented towards achieving goals and has a hardness to her, which seem more Tish than Fish

    P vs. J could go either way.

    Leia seems to be more of a protocol person than not. She also isn't a very "dominating" type of character, though she does tell people what to do, she doesn't seem like a character that can out argue someone or has the force to get people to follow who don't really want to, which argues against strong ENTJ.

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    Leia? ENTJ or INTJ, depending.

    Han Solo - I was going to sat ESTP until I remembered Lando Calrissian. OK - Lando, ESTP; Han, ISTP.

    How about Darth Vader? Emperor Palpatine?

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    Darth Vader is debatable. Emperor Palpatine is a total ENTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Darth Vader is debatable. Emperor Palpatine is a total ENTJ.
    nah, the Emperor HAS to be INTj.
    Vader? how does ISTJ sound?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zergling View Post
    I'd say mild ESTJ

    Leia definitely seems to be more an E person.

    S or N seems debatable, Leia seems a more direct action type of person, so I'd go with slight S

    T seems more likely than F, I can't really say why, but the character does seem more oriented towards achieving goals and has a hardness to her, which seem more Tish than Fish

    P vs. J could go either way.

    Leia seems to be more of a protocol person than not. She also isn't a very "dominating" type of character, though she does tell people what to do, she doesn't seem like a character that can out argue someone or has the force to get people to follow who don't really want to, which argues against strong ENTJ.
    isn't she a little emotional to be a T?

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    This thread is hilarious. The Star Wars characters tend to be rather one-dimensional, and so kinda resist typing because of being so minimalist. Darth Vader has two dimensions to him, but both are pretty simplistic.
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    Leia: ENTJ
    Luke: INFP
    Han Solo: ISTP
    Chewbacca: ISFP
    Yoda: INTP
    R2D2: ISFJ
    C3P0: INFJ

    Emperor: INTJ
    Vader: ISTJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by toonia View Post
    This thread is hilarious. The Star Wars characters tend to be rather one-dimensional, and so kinda resist typing because of being so minimalist. Darth Vader has two dimensions to him, but both are pretty simplistic.
    One dimensional types of people will probably be easier to stick a type onto, since a lot of stereotypes have pretty obvious qualities and often fit pretty obviously into certain MBTI types.

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