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    I personally think shes a T.

    True she is there for harry and gets emotional- but she does it mainly for people she is close to or see's a larger picture for - its not like Ts are completely devoid of feeling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Eh, I don't think he was able to piece things together faster than Hermione. In the first book, he needed her to work through Snape's defense of the philosopher's stone (and in the fourth book, when he encountered a similar puzzle situation, he wished Hermione had been there, and was only slowly able to work it out for himself.) Throughout the majority of the book series, it was Hermione who insisted that Snape was not a part of nefarious plans to kill Harry (in the face of Harry's strong "intuitions" about him.) It was also she who knew that treating the House Elves poorly would lead to bad consequences in the long run (which Harry did not realize, nor care to realize.) In the fourth book, she worked out how Rita Skeeter was managing to get inside the castle grounds. And in the fifth book, it was Hermione who suspected ahead of time that Voldemort was manipulating Harry's emotions to lure him to the ministry (which he pigheadedly denied, and which ended up getting his Sirius killed.) But Harry is always too dense to take her advice. Many aspects of his thinking style literally made me cringe.

    I'll grant you Ron, though. But that's because Ron was basically an idiot.

    Anyway, I always thought that the whole reason that Harry was able to impress Dumbledore was with his courage and depth of caring, not his cleverness or mental acuity. Well, that and his unfailing ability to blindly follow the orders of Dumbledore.
    You have managed to convince me, honestly. You prove a very good point. I think you are right and I am wrong, I guess I wasn't looking into it enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    You have managed to convince me, honestly. You prove a very good point. I think you are right and I am wrong, I guess I wasn't looking into it enough.
    Hmmm...I'm not sure how to interpret these words. So for now I'll just take them at face value. Thanks, and glad I could be of service.
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    Okay, here's my master list (based on the books, not the movies):

    Harry - ISFP
    Hermione, Aberforth, Scrimgeour, Kreecher, Moody - ISTJ
    Ron, Tonks - ESFP
    Luna, Neville, Lupin, Pettigrew - INFP
    Xenophilius - INTP
    Ginny, Dudley, James, Rita Skeeter - ESTP
    Fred, George, Mr. Weasley, Slughorn(?) - ENTP
    Dobby, Umbridge, Mrs. Weasley, Hagrid, Lockhart, Aunt Petunia - ESFJ
    Snape, Voldemort - INTJ
    Draco, Lucius, Bellatrix, McGonagall, Uncle Vernon, Percy - ESTJ
    Dumbledore, Ollivander, Trelawney - INFJ
    Tonks, Sirius - ESFP
    Lily, Fleur, Slughorn(?), Nearly Headless Nick, Myrtle - ENFJ
    Fudge - ISFJ
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    I am beginning to think that Luna is an ENTP.
    Although she seems to lack Logic i think her stpic logic is logic enough for her.
    and she manages to prove her points doesn't she?
    wait.............. i can't remember.
    i take it back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nunki View Post
    Okay, here's my master list (based on the books, not the movies):

    Harry - ISFP
    Hermione, Aberforth, Scrimgeour, Kreecher, Moody - ISTJ
    Ron, Tonks - ESFP
    Luna, Neville, Lupin, Pettigrew - INFP
    Xenophilius - INTP
    Ginny, Dudley, James, Rita Skeeter - ESTP
    Fred, George, Mr. Weasley, Slughorn(?) - ENTP
    Dobby, Umbridge, Mrs. Weasley, Hagrid, Lockhart, Aunt Petunia - ESFJ
    Snape, Voldemort - INTJ
    Draco, Lucius, Bellatrix, McGonagall, Uncle Vernon, Percy - ESTJ
    Dumbledore, Ollivander, Trelawney - INFJ
    Tonks, Sirius - ESFP
    Lily, Fleur, Slughorn(?), Nearly Headless Nick, Myrtle - ENFJ
    Fudge - ISFJ

    I think htis discussion has gotten as far as it will go.

    Luna is INFP, get over it.

    Harry has not a single N fiber in his body, thats right NTs and NFs, YOUR HERO IS AN S!!!!(OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!!111!!!!one!!)

    I admit dumbldore is still up for debate but Id say he definitly NT of some sort.
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    ^ I've always said he's ISFP.
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    Okay, I'm not going over all of them - just the controversial ones.

    Harry: ISFP
    Hermione: IxTJ
    Luna: INFP (where do you guys get the impression that she's a Ti-dom???)
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    harry is NOT infp, i can tell you that much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Hmmm...I'm not sure how to interpret these words. So for now I'll just take them at face value. Thanks, and glad I could be of service.
    I was not being sarcastic, actually. I was being ignorant to begin with and you brought up a good point. It's typical of an ENFP to sometimes make this mistake and change opinions quickly.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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