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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo View Post
    I could argue that Hamlet is a neurotic INTP but INFP seems likely too.

    What are you saying? That an INFP looks like a neurotic INTP?
    Kidding.


    I've been rewatching Thin Red Line, probably my fav. war movie, and I think Witt (played by Jim Caviezel) is one of the clearest INFP characters I've ever seen. Maybe that's why I like the movie so much. And the cast. Didn't realize Adrien Brody was in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo View Post
    I agree with most of these except I think Claudius is an ENTJ- NT's can be status-seeking power hungry villains too.. especially the 'villain' part.
    Polonious is an ESTP- his character is definitely Se-dominant and obviously a T.
    I could argue that Hamlet is a neurotic INTP but INFP seems likely too.
    Okay I can agree with these.

    I also read that Horatio is an INFJ, which I can't dispute.
    However the same site here also seems to think that Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are INTJs, whereas I see them as Extraverts, and Laertes as ENFP of all things...

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    Anybody want to type the characters from The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya?

    I'm pretty sure Haruhi herself is ENTJ. Any ideas on any of the other characters?

    I'd almost guess that all of the characters are Ns. I know people tend to over-type Ns (bias, usually) but for the show to function I almost think that'd be the case for the story to get away with all the weird shit it does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamiteninja View Post
    Okay I can agree with these.

    I also read that Horatio is an INFJ, which I can't dispute.
    However the same site here also seems to think that Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are INTJs, whereas I see them as Extraverts, and Laertes as ENFP of all things...

    This is from TypeLogic.
    Do not trust their typings- they are awful!
    MBTI Type: iNTj
    Enneagram Type: 3w4 sp/sx

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    I second that. Unfortunately I can't recall any prime examples but a number of their typings are cringe worthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamiteninja View Post
    Hamlet is INFP (Feeler as his plan to feign madness half crosses into real madness, something which a Thinker would be more likely to avoid, as well as his impulsive actions such as killing Polonius and his outbursts towards Ophelia)
    Somehow I think if a person goes insane, it won't matter if they are Feeler or Thinker. Nietzsche is said to have been a Thinker.

    Don't INTP have shadow Fe outbursts when they get overwhelmed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    Somehow I think if a person goes insane, it won't matter if they are Feeler or Thinker. Nietzsche is said to have been a Thinker.

    Don't INTP have shadow Fe outbursts when they get overwhelmed?
    Given that ESFJ is the INTP's shadow, my guess is yes they have Fe outbursts.

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    John Cusack's character from Martian Child seems to be an INFJ.

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    From Star Wars Saga:

    Obi-Wan Kenobi: ISTJ
    Darth Vader: ISTJ
    Grand Moff Tarkin: ISTJ

    General Grievous: ESTJ
    Master Jocasta Nu: ESTJ
    Watoo: ESTJ

    C3-PO: ISFJ
    Qui-Gon-JInn: ISFJ
    Mace Windu: ISFJ

    Mon Mothma: ESFJ


    Han Solo: ISTP
    Jango Fett: ISTP
    Boba Fett: ISTP
    Darth Maul: ISTP

    Zam Wessel: ESTP
    R2-D2: ESTP
    Jabba The Hutt: ESTP
    Lando Calrissian: ESTP

    Wicket The Ewek: ISFP

    Chewbacca: ESFP
    Dexter Jetsster: ESFP

    Padme Amidala: INFJ
    Bail Organa: INFJ
    Shmi Skywalker: INFJ
    Count Dooku: INFJ

    Wedge Antilles: ENFJ

    Luke Skywalker: INFP

    Anakin Skywalker: ENFP
    Jar-Jar Binks: ENFP

    Palpatine: INTJ

    Leia Organa: ENTJ

    Yoda: INTP

    Sebulba: ENTP

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    lol no

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