more on your version Harry & hermoine?Sure, no prob.
He's clear-headed except when under stress - which, given who he is, is rather common in his life. "Gut instinct" is, further, not what defines N, it defines P. The MBTI definition of intuition is not the same as the dictionary definition; Harry's pretty far from abstract.
you almost have me. so... ESTP... what is there description? I would still say he's a FEELING T lol
It's not like she had a choice, and she was rather reticent about it, and in any case that'd be more of a case for switching her classification to ISTP (Seriously, would an INTJ do that any more than an ISTJ?). In any case I'd argue that being around Harry and Ron too long changed her, which was actually rather noticeable throughout the series.
yes, INTJs arent as bent on the rules, are they? they're more defined by their OWN values, where as istjs are typically more drawn to society's values. I see a bit of abstraction in her, much more so than Harry or Ron. when she describes all of Cho's complex feelings, very intuitive, when she problem solves for them using not ONLY past experience but her own innovation... and istj's have very little N. I think its their inferior, yes? what of isfj or intj? I cant be sold on istj for her yet.
No, no, he's not any kind of Feeler. Would a Feeler remorselessly manipulate a kid for 6 years, without letting on that his destiny was to get himself killed so the world would be saved?
You're right. INTJ.
Yeah, you're right. ESTP it is.
I think young Sirius was an ENTP - very Fred/George-like. The trauma of years in jail turned him into an F.
I agree young Sirius was innovative, but a bit colder. He became a fairly typical ENFP post-azkaban. gosh i love him
I finally found someone to debate mbti AND harry potter with, gosh I'm happy lol