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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    too many INTP or SJ heroes, I think (at least I can't think of any).
    The buddy cop "older, by the book partner" seems a possible SJ hero type. (There's also Angel in Hot Fuzz, though that may be iffy as a good example.)

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    personally, I think NFs have the most "hero" temperament because we are both ethical and multidimensional. most of us have a strong hatred for oppression of the weak and if you mess with our friends, we will kill you (I tend to keep really idealistic side hidden away because I get crazy intense. the last time I really let it out, someone was messing with my friend and I almost stabbed them with a pencil in the neck. that's why my best friend is an ENTJ, he keeps me level headed and sane) being the hero is almost hardwired into us
    ENFJ: charismatic revolutionary who overthrows a corrupt dictator (think John Brown or William Wallace)
    INFJ: the silent leader or mystic hero who receives "visions" may have psychic powers or glowing eyes. they also fit well into the fallen hero role
    INFP: the prince who slays the dragon and rescues the princess, probably has a few magic powers and a cool sword.
    ENFP: the arch typical disney hero (enfps can be surprisingly serious when our values are violated)

    SPs can make good heros in more light hearted stories. they're usually the badass hero or the wild rebel (maybe a bounty hunter) most of them have an endearing sort of cockiness about them

    SJ heroes are usually the loyal knight or samurai hell bent on serving their lord and/or country and usually neglecting themselves. they make good protagonists in samurai or soldier movies.

    NTs: let's face it, they are usually the villains. not vulnerable or relatable enough to be the protagonist and too practical to be the hero. not that this is a bad thing, NTJs are usually my favorite characters unless the hero is someone I can relate to well.

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    Lets get a list going of examples of a hero and villian of each type

    INTP - Mycroft Holmes - ????

    ENTP - Vash the stampede - The Joker

    ENTJ - ???? - Lex Luthor

    INTJ - Sherlock Holmes - Hannible Lector

    INFP - Luke Skywalker - ?????

    ENFP - ????? - ???????

    INFJ - Roarshach(more of an anti-hero) - John Doe from Se7en

    ENFJ - ????? - ??????
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    Sherlock Holmes, as portrayed by Robert Downey Jnr. is definitely an INTP!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valuable_Money View Post
    Lets get a list going of examples of a hero and villian of each type

    INTP - Mycroft Holmes - ????

    ENTP - Vash the stampede - The Joker

    ENTJ - ???? - Lex Luthor

    INTJ - Sherlock Holmes - Hannible Lector

    INFP - Luke Skywalker - ?????

    ENFP - ????? - ???????

    INFJ - Roarshach(more of an anti-hero) - John Doe from Se7en

    ENFJ - ????? - ??????
    Vash is ENFJ

    INTP villian The RIddler

    ENTJ hero Cable
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valuable_Money View Post
    Lets get a list going of examples of a hero and villian of each type

    INTP - Mycroft Holmes - ????

    ENTP - Vash the stampede - The Joker

    ENTJ - ???? - Lex Luthor

    INTJ - Sherlock Holmes - Hannible Lector

    INFP - Luke Skywalker - ?????

    ENFP - ????? - ???????

    INFJ - Roarshach(more of an anti-hero) - John Doe from Se7en

    ENFJ - ????? - ??????
    That's exactly what I wanted to do a few weeks earlier

    Okay, let's combine!

    ENFP Villainess: Carmen (Carmen opera, Bizet)
    ENFP Heroine: narrator (Yang Phenomenon, T. Lee) (I've doubted about N vs S, but when I reread the book I saw a hell of a lot of Ne)
    ENTJ Hero: Peter (Eye of the Dragon, S. King); Stach (King of Katoren, J. Terlouw)
    ENTJ Villainess: Agatha Trunchbull (Matilda, R. Dahl)
    ISFP Heroine: Mary Lennox (The secret garden, F.H. Burnett)
    ESFP Hero: Dickon (The secret garden, F.H. Burnett)
    INTJ Heroine: Matilda (Matilda, R. Dahl)

    And... where are the ESTJs? (I don't know any ESTJ Heroes outside of my own stories! Why not?)
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    SJ heros
    batman ISTJ
    clark kent ISFJ superman ESFJ
    real life cops, firefighters,doctors, etc.
    SJ villians
    my boss
    the mafia
    NF heros
    disney characters
    social service workers
    SP heroes
    cloud ff series
    real life cops, firefighters,doctors, etc.
    SP villians
    real life criminals gangs etc
    NT heros
    spiderman
    the flash
    mr fantastic
    scientists who work to cure diseases
    NT villans
    all comic villans
    most videogame villans
    most movie villans

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