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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    fomg disney!

    snow white - ESFJ
    • she wakes up from sleeping in the dwarves' house, in their beds, looks at them, asks "how do you do?", when they don't answer she asks it again more sternly, then directs them to tell her their names! her only alone time is shared with 50 animal friends. not an I
    I think you may be onto something. In hindsight, I see more Fe in her.

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    cinderella - ISFJ
    Yep, very much devoted to her work/duties, getting home on time... classic Si/Fe conscientiousness.

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    aurora - INFJ
    • i have a hard time seeing aurora as a P, especially an FP - but she's definitely F. the thing is, FP makes her Fi dom/aux, and she doesn't really assert her own feelings that much... if the average NFP were threatened with never seeing their true love again, they'd be PISSED OFF and not only would everyone know about it, they'd probably go kill Maleficent themself. aurora got more passive/avoidant when upset. she's also doesn't let curiosity override listening to the fairies' advice. incidentally, flora - ENFJ fauna - INFP merryweather - ESTJ
    Come to think of it, she does seem to be more accommodating to routines and getting things done. The way she responded to first meeting Phillip seemed like your classic INFJ "Who is this person, and what do they want from me? They are a stranger." and then running away from him. Using her dreams as a method for predicting who would be her true love seems Ni to me. "But if I know you, I know what you'll do/ You'll love me at once, the way we did once upon a dream..." once an INFJ gets to know someone better, the gates open up. Aurora could be a very sheltered and version of INFJ. And yeah, I think Merryweather is ESTJ too.




    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    belle - INFP
    • somewhat tempted to say INFJ, but she's got stronger Ne than Ni. evidence -- Belle: "I wonder what he's hiding?" Cogsworth: "Perhaps nothing." Belle: "Then it wouldn't be forbidden." [proceeds to go to the one forbidden place in the whole castle.] also, more likely for NFP to fall in love with a beast than NFJ.
    Plus, in the beginning of the story, she states flat out that she doesn't care much for routine, the same old thing everyday. Standing up for what she believes in is Fi for sure.

    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    pocohontas - ENFP
    • i've seen her typed as INFJ, but pocohontas seems like such a P. that was the whole kokuom thing, she says her dad wants her to be "steady like the river" but she says the river's not steady at all - "the water's always changing, always flowing... just around the riverbend, i look once more, what i think the day might send..." plus one of her cheif complaints about kokuom is that he's "so serious", lol.
    Yeah, she's more of a free-spirit. Grandmother Willow, on the other hand, is the INFJ (figuring out symbols, and listening to your heart, the one you seek advice from).
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    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousFeeling View Post
    Grandmother Willow, on the other hand, is the INFJ (figuring out symbols, and listening to your heart, the one you seek advice from).
    ooh yes, true

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    Just want to say I love this thread.

    I agree with Belle as an INFP. The primary Fi function shows itself in a lot of places with her doing whatever she feels like, but the whole relationship with the Beast indicates the aux Ne - for example:

    "There's something sweet and almost kind
    But he was mean and he was coarse and unrefined
    And now he's dear and so unsure
    I wonder why I didn't see it there before...

    ...True that he's no Prince Charming
    But there's something in him that I simply didn't see"


    Best female disney character ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousFeeling View Post
    Come to think of it, she does seem to be more accommodating to routines and getting things done. The way she responded to first meeting Phillip seemed like your classic INFJ "Who is this person, and what do they want from me? They are a stranger." and then running away from him. Using her dreams as a method for predicting who would be her true love seems Ni to me. "But if I know you, I know what you'll do/ You'll love me at once, the way we did once upon a dream..." once an INFJ gets to know someone better, the gates open up. Aurora could be a very sheltered and version of INFJ. And yeah, I think Merryweather is ESTJ too.
    What type do you think Prince Philip is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    fomg disney!


    as for atlantis...
    milo - infp?
    kida - estp?
    Milo is no doubt INTP
    Kida is ENFJ, maybe. She reminds me a lot of Esmerelda.

    And I still think Mulan is an INFJ.

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    The Great MouseDetective
    Basil - EXTP
    Dawson - ISFJ
    Olivia: ISFP
    Olivia's father: XNTP
    Rattigan: ENTJ

    Toy Story
    Woody: ESFJ
    Buzz: ESTJ
    Ham: ESTP
    Rex: ESFP
    Slinky: ISFJ
    Jesse: ESXP
    Prospector: ISFJ
    Bullseye: ISFP
    Potato Head: ESTP
    Andy: ENFP
    Sid: ESTP
    Lotso:ENTJ
    Ken: ESFJ
    Barbie: ESFJ

    To the person who said Stitch in L&S was INTP, why? I thought he seemed kind of extroverted and I'm not entirely sure of his T/F.

    Mulan as an INFJ makes sense I think. She had her own vision but did choose to comply with her families when possible. I think either that or ISFP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sherlock Holmes View Post
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    Basil - EXTP
    Dawson - ISFJ
    Olivia: ISFP
    Olivia's father: XNTP
    Rattigan: ENTJ
    Basil is ENTP...he's mostly based off of...well, you lol, who is commonly thought to be ENTP as well.
    Father's an I.
    And Stitch seems more F.

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    There's no way Holmes is an Ne dominant, and he is rarely typed as such, except for in the recent movie with RDJ, in which he probably was. Basil however may be ENTP, but, probably due to the target audience, he spends less time solving clues and more time in the action, which makes me think he's a possible ESTP.
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    Just want to chime in that I think Mickey Mouse is an ENFP.

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    Wall-E: INFP
    Eve: INTJ or perhaps INTP, I'm still debating this one
    Captain McCrea: ESFP
    Auto: INTJ (lol)

    Alice: INFP with some odd SJ moments
    Queen of Hearts: ESTJ
    Caterpillar: INTP
    Cheshire Cat: ENTP
    Mad Hatter: ENFP
    March Hare: ISxJ ?
    Door Mouse: ISFP ?

    Woody: ExFJ (very balanced S/N)
    Buzz: ESTJ (typing made difficult by strong Ne)
    Rex: ESFP
    Potato Head: ESTP
    Mrs. Potato Head: ESFJ
    Sid: ISTP (of pure evillll)
    Jessie: ESFP
    Andy: INFP
    Lotso: (deranged) ENFJ
    Barbie: ESFx
    Ken: ESFJ
    (This is probably one of the only fictional works where the type distribution is similar to the general population)

    (Enchanted)
    Giselle: ENFP
    Robert:ISTJ
    (classic case of opposites attract)

    Quote Originally Posted by sunshinEnfp View Post
    Just want to chime in that I think Mickey Mouse is an ENFP.
    There have been some changes in his personality over the past 80ish years, but overall probably ENFP

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