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    Nightwatcher a question for you:

    Why should I not combine all these NT Fictional Character threads you've started into the NT Fictional Character thread?

    Because you know, the subject of fictional NT characters and the subset thereof, or fictional NF characters and the subset thereof, or fictional SJ characters and the subset thereof, or even fictional SP characters and the subset thereof has NEVER come up in the whole history of this entire forum.

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    Ben Linus seems like an ENFJ to me. I might be wrong, but he just seems to have the charisma of one and seems emotional to me. However, he is a master strategist, which points to INTJ, but I'm not sure if he really is introverted.

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    Ooh, what fun!

    The Emperor (Star Wars):ENTJ
    Voldemort (Harry Potter):INTJ
    Severus Snape (Harry Potter):INTJ
    Gandalf (Lord of the Rings): INTJ
    Fox Mulder (X-Files): INTP
    The Smoking Man (X-Files): INTJ
    Magneto (X-Men): INTJ
    Dr. Doom (Fantastic Four): ENTJ
    Ben Linus (Lost): ENFJ
    John Locke (Lost): INTJ
    Michael Corleone (The Godfather): INTJ (ISTJ?)
    Batman: INTJ
    Jean-Luc Picard (Star Trek NG): INTJ
    Clarice Starling (Silence of the Lambs): INTJ

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    ^Exactly what I was thinking about Dumbledore!

    Juno is a definite ENTP. I'd also like to nominate Dr. Gregory House.

    I agree with most of the others except Dumbledore (INFJ) and Captain Kirk (ENFP).

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    Captain James Tiberius Kirk is ENFP all the way. He is a total idealist and romantic! Come on...

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    You forgot to include god

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clentizene View Post
    You forgot to include god
    So did reality.

    One of my favourite INTJs is Dr Alan Statham:



    Who is arguably in the grip of his inferior functions most of the time.
    Why do we always come here?

    I guess we'll never know.

    It's like a kind of torture,
    To have to watch this show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort Belfry View Post
    So did reality.

    One of my favourite INTJs is Dr Alan Statham:

    Who is arguably in the grip of his inferior functions most of the time.
    Well, inferior functions are where the party is.
    -Carefully taking sips from the Fire Hose of Knowledge

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    Kirk and Bart Simpson are both ESTP.
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    Dr. Doom is ENTJ in the FF movies, but INTJ in the comic books.
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