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    What about stewie from family guy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    Kirk and Bart Simpson are both ESTP.
    I've considered that Bart is an ESTP, but I think he's too much of a rule-breaker.

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    Merged INTJ Fictional Characters thread

    Merged ENTP Fictional Characters thread
    Last edited by proteanmix; 06-02-2008 at 09:04 AM. Reason: merged posts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Royal Xavier View Post
    I've considered that Bart is an ESTP, but I think he's too much of a rule-breaker.

    ESTP's love to break rules- it's often fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    I'm rereading One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and not very far in, but I just want to throw it out there that Chief Bromden is totally looking like an INFP.

    McMurphy is looking like an ESTP I think, but it's early days yet. It wouldn't surprise me much if he turns out to be an ESFJ.
    Okay, still reading this and yeah it's taking a long time. But now I'm starting to think McMurphy could be some strange ENTJ or possibly ENFJ. Firstly: he immediately wants to take charge of all the inmates when he arrives. He is very open about this. Secondly: he finds it impossible not to feel responsible for the welfare of the other inmates, even after he's realized that intervening is definitely not in his best interests. He's always trying to bring them out of their shells and standing up for them.

    Still only halfway through the book, but he's an interesting character to type.

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    Just cause I've been rereading it a lot lately:

    Fruits Basket:

    Tohru: eSFJ
    Yuki: INFJ
    Kyo: IStP

    Shigure: ENTP
    Hatori: ISTJ? (but also very compassionate and aware of other's feelings!)
    Ayame: ESFP
    Akito: crazy (probably extraverted, intuitive)
    Kureno: ISFJ

    Hanajima:INFP
    Uotani: ESTP
    Momiji: ENFP
    Hatsuharu: INTP?
    Rin: INFP
    Kagura: ESFJ
    Hiro: EnTJ? (or an INTx going through that obnoxious sarcastic preteen stage?)
    Kisa: ISFP

    Kakeru Manabe: ENfP
    Machi: ISTP?
    Kimi: ESTp
    Nao: ESTJ

    I feel like I might have over-typed the characters as Fs given the stories that they inhabit. Considering the saga consists almost entirely of people dealing with their emotional traumas (likely caused by their poor parental figures) through reflection and referencing the past into the present... It's a surprise I wasn't convinced they were all INFJs!
    Last edited by Colors; 06-09-2008 at 04:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddo View Post
    The Emperor (Star Wars): ENTJ
    ; Voldemort (Harry Potter): ENTJ
    Severus Snape (Harry Potter); INTJ
    Gandolf (Lord of the Rings); INFJ
    Dale Cooper (Twin Peaks); No idea
    Fox Mulder (X-Files); ENTP
    The Smoking Man (X-Files); No idea
    Magneto (X-Men); ENTJ
    Dr. Strange (Marvel Comics character); No idea
    Dr. Doom (Fantastic Four); ENTJ
    Ben Linus (Lost); No idea
    John Locke (Lost); No idea
    Adam Cartwright (Bonanza); No idea
    Michael Corleone (The Godfather); No idea
    Batman; INTJ
    Jean-Luc Picard (Star Trek NG); INFJ
    Artemis Fowl (Artemis Fowl series); No idea
    Wesley Wyndam-Price (Buffy/Angel); No idea
    Rupert Giles (Buffy); No idea
    Clarice Starling (Silence of the Lambs) INFP

    Most of your classic villains are ENTJs.

    In fantastic fiction, comics, anime, TV and movies, there are plenty of INTJ villains who are decidedly not ENTJs. Darkside INTJs often make more interesting bad guys because of their dominant, twisted Ni function, while ENTJs are the more “normal” villians. Consider Emperor Palpatine in Star Wars and his primary focus: Introverted Intuation (INTJ) or Extraverted thinking (ENTJ)? Grand visions, sorcery and possibilities or left brain logic and structuring? Seems pretty clear that his first function is Ni and that he used his second function Te to help impliment, plot and structure his visions of empire. Voldemort from Harry Potter likewise fits this mold.
    "Space was big, and the boys from Earth were awed despite themselves by the things they found there: but worse, their science was in a mess. Every race they met on their way through the Core had a star drive based on a different theory. All those theories worked, even when they ruled out one another’s basic assumptions. You could travel between the stars, it began to seem, by assuming anything.”

    —M. John Harrison, “Light”

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightwatcher View Post
    James T. Kirk (Star Trek); Indiana Jones; Dumbledore (Harry Potter); JR Ewing (Dallas); Lando Calrissian (Star Wars); The Joker (Batman); The Wizard (Wizard of Oz); Sawyer (Lost); Daisy Adair (Dead Like Me); Hannibal Smith (The A-Team); MacGyver; Eddie Haskell (Leave it to Beaver); Dr. Zarchary Smith (Lost in Space); Tyrion Lannister (George R.R. Martin's Ice and Fire epic); Garfield; Loki (Norse Mythology)
    I’m a big fan of ENTPs, at least as fictional characters, so here are a few more to savor:

    Freddy Krueger (Nightmare on Elm Street)
    The Remover of Inconvenient Obstacles (“War of the Flowers”
    by Tad Williams)

    Locke Lamora (Scott Lynch’s “The Lies of Locke Lamora”)
    John Constantine (Vertigo comics “Hellblazer” series)
    Jack (Vertigo comics “Fables” series)
    Ralph Kramden (The Honeymooners)
    "Space was big, and the boys from Earth were awed despite themselves by the things they found there: but worse, their science was in a mess. Every race they met on their way through the Core had a star drive based on a different theory. All those theories worked, even when they ruled out one another’s basic assumptions. You could travel between the stars, it began to seem, by assuming anything.”

    —M. John Harrison, “Light”

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    Quote Originally Posted by nozflubber View Post
    What about stewie from family guy?
    Stewie’s an INTX, though I’m leaning towards INTJ, as he has an insatiable urge to rule the world -- and implements his theoretical fantasies into action.
    One by one, over the months, the other bulbs burn out, and are gone. The first few of these hit Byron hard. He's still a new arrival, still hasn't accepted his immortality. But on through the burning hours he starts to learn about the transience of others: learns that loving them while they're here becomes easier, and also more intenseóto love as if each design-hour will be the last.

    Thomas Pynchon - Gravity's Rainbow

    I can't go on, I'll go on.

    Samuel Beckett - The Unnamable

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    stewie is a blatant NTJ. probably I, maybe E.

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