I'm pretty sure she was INFP. Just because she was a fighter and brave and passionate DOESN'T make her an extrovert or a thinker or whatever. That's the stupidest stereotype ever. I know four other INFPs apart from myself (4w5) and one of them is the president of her school and she's overcome nerves and awkwardness and now everyone respects her. I am a really passionate and expressive and I won't stand back and just contemplate about doing stuff - I'm all for taking chances and being brave. The other INFP I mentioned is a 4w3, I'm a 4w5 - I've read 4s tend to be more assertive. Most INFPs are 9s though and those types are peacekeepers and closer to the archetypical INFP. Joan of Arc was probably INFP. Just because someone might be shy or awkward or introverted or whatever doesn't mean they're not brave or plucky.