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    Quote Originally Posted by Standuble View Post
    I don't think Ten was an Fi-user at all. None of them seem to be. The Doctor's values are much more Fe-ish in my view, he is whimsical and analytical much of the time and it is only in interpersonal situations requiring resolution does he seem to give a shit. He doesn't care about his future, himself or his companions seemingly about 90% of the time. Nor does he really care about the mess he is undoubtedly creating up and down the timeline - he only cares when someone or something occurs which will evidently put others at very clear risk. An example I would use would be the End of Time - It was made clear that the Time Lock would disintegrate and the weight of the Time War would cause the destruction of the universe. However his species would be allowed to survive via a process of ascension (and more than likely the Doctor himself). Ten stopped the process without any hesitation and without any later reflection or second guessing. The Time Lords were going to destroy all life and the Doctor saw it rational to stop them.

    An ENFP would not approach such a situation in the same way. They would constantly remember that they are the last of their species - whilst they could be accepting on one side or bitter on the other this truth would sit central in their minds. They would either be working to a) bring back their species b) allow others to benefit from the countless eons of accumulated Gallifreyan knowledge and technology which is otherwise completely lost or c) drifting about and losing themselves in a number of tasks so they don't have to sit and think about their predicament. If your species came back the Fi (if it valued the above in any capacity at all) would realise the conflict - they can return, ascend and perhaps then rebuild the universe after they have done or be allowed to be killed and you be back to square one. Whether both options are good or both are bad they would only act quickly out of impulse and then ruminate about it afterwards.

    I believe he is a ENTP now but just to point this out.
    Sure he doesn't dwell on it because well he is a time-lord... but there are many times when he did many...
    personally as a ENFP my race being dead would bother me but me being the only one left wouldn't bother
    me... I still would be able to socialize with humans who are similar e.c.t but yes I would try to to save my species not to mention my ne wouldn't be very impulsive in that situation.


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    **Unrelated to the Tenth Doctor discussion we were having**

    I find it interesting that the only Doctor that is typed as an xSTP at all is the 3rd, whom I've heard described as the "action hero", the "dapper gentleman" and even once the "Bond like Doctor".

    It's interesting to me since James Bond is known to be a total ESTP (at least the early takes on the character)

    Do you guys think the 3rd Doctor's Bond ish, STP qualities had anything to do with the Bond Craze of the mid to late 60s? Number 3 showed up in 1970, I believe. Just in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt. Pepper View Post
    **Unrelated to the Tenth Doctor discussion we were having**

    I find it interesting that the only Doctor that is typed as an xSTP at all is the 3rd, whom I've heard described as the "action hero", the "dapper gentleman" and even once the "Bond like Doctor".

    It's interesting to me since James Bond is known to be a total ESTP (at least the early takes on the character)

    Do you guys think the 3rd Doctor's Bond ish, STP qualities had anything to do with the Bond Craze of the mid to late 60s? Number 3 showed up in 1970, I believe. Just in time.
    I bet you could be right about that. i see the correlation.


    So nobody has tried to type the 12th Doctor yet?? surely 30 seconds of screentime and 2 or 3 lines of dialogue is enough to go on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Drew View Post
    I believe he is a ENTP now but just to point this out.
    Sure he doesn't dwell on it because well he is a time-lord... but there are many times when he did many...
    personally as a ENFP my race being dead would bother me but me being the only one left wouldn't bother
    me... I still would be able to socialize with humans who are similar e.c.t but yes I would try to to save my species not to mention my ne wouldn't be very impulsive in that situation.
    I would save one the females and court her. I could have the best of both worlds.
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    What type is the 12th doctor?

    He seems fairly J since he has a pretty decent law for dealing with people:

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    Reviving!

    I would say that 11 is an ENTP who looks like an ENFP on a surface level. When it boils down to it, he's supposed to be ENTP, but I think that because of Matt Smith's personality (which I think is most likely ENFP) and the fact that Moffat writes specifically for him, it tends to get mixed around.

    I agree with an earlier post, 10 is balanced T and F. ENxP of some sort, definitely, and a very mature one.

    Amy - I can see ENFP and maybe even ESFP, but I'm actually leaning towards ESTP, to be honest. Seems more Se than Ne to me, and not a majorly feely person, although she can be sporadically Fi-ish sometimes.

    Rory - stereotypical ISFJ

    Clara - ENFJ or possibly ENFP

    Donna - ESxJ

    Rose - my initial thought was ESFJ, but to be honest, I haven't watched much of 10 beyond Donna. ISFP? Or maybe I'm just confusing her with Billie's personality...

    River - ENTJ

    Jack - ESTP

    Martha - I know next to nothing about her, but maybe INFP? I really have no clue. Haven't watched enough of her yet.

    Don't know too much about 9 either, but I'd agree with him being an INTx, or at least a very seriously scarred ENTx of some sort.
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    Reviving...

    So, how 'bout that 12th doctor, now that we've seen a bit more of him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by olivetti View Post
    Reviving...

    So, how 'bout that 12th doctor, now that we've seen a bit more of him?
    INTJ perhaps?

    Too early to say, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amalie Muller View Post
    INTJ perhaps?

    Too early to say, I think.
    You're probably right; I think he leans towards the NT spectrum for sure, but we'll have to keep a casual watch on his cagey ways. I like him, TBH. I started with the 4th doctor and enjoyed some of the more crotchety ones. So it's a throwback to those eras for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olivetti View Post
    You're probably right; I think he leans towards the NT spectrum for sure, but we'll have to keep a casual watch on his cagey ways. I like him, TBH. I started with the 4th doctor and enjoyed some of the more crotchety ones. So it's a throwback to those eras for me.
    This actor has played a few INTJ roles in the past -- it seems to be his specialty haha. So I'm just assuming it'll turn out the same with the Doctor.

    Based on his previous work, I rate him as one of the most talented actors ever to play the Doctor.

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