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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    Yay! Humanitarian missions only, right?

    This thread is already a good example of why ENFPs succeed a lot of the time. People underestimate us because we seem cute and kind of airheady. Juice has the right idea though. When motivated, we can be terrifying.
    Im always up for tag-teaming with you, both on humanitarian and disarming missions. We work well together, I find
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Im always up for tag-teaming with you, both on humanitarian and disarming missions. We work well together, I find
    Agreed!

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    So how long do we give @Juice before he is consumed by his very own army, btw

    /Queen Bee grab for power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    @Amargith

    Yay! Humanitarian missions only, right?

    This thread is already a good example of why ENFPs succeed a lot of the time. People underestimate us because we seem cute and kind of airheady. Juice has the right idea though. When motivated, we can be terrifying.
    I think you over-estimate yourselves. There is only so much one can do after some hired goons have given them a pair of cement shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Standuble View Post
    I think you over-estimate yourselves. There is only so much one can do after some hired goons have given them a pair of cement shoes.
    Thanks for adding forces to my infantry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Standuble View Post
    I think you over-estimate yourselves. There is only so much one can do after some hired goons have given them a pair of cement shoes.
    I think you misunderstand the sorts of missions that an army of ENFPs would agree to. Do you really want to stop us from building schools in poverty-stricken zones, or stopping child warfare, or infiltrating and busting sex trafficking rings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    ..nothing like a bunch of INTJs to keep you focused, safe and on schedule
    Of course. Every army needs order and discipline.
    You lose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    I think you misunderstand the sorts of missions that an army of ENFPs would agree to. Do you really want to stop us from building schools in poverty-stricken zones, or stopping child warfare, or infiltrating and busting sex trafficking rings?
    As a matter of fact I do. All three help keep populations docile. Muhahaha!

    Schools in poverty-stricken zones: Uneducated people only have what you say as truth and the oral Chinese whispers of the only mindless masses. If you're doing business with the administrator/dictator/leader etc. of a poverty stricken region (for example resources) then you want the dictator (who is amiable to you considering he is getting quite rich from your association) to be the sole voice of what to believe. Thus what people will believe is that either you are a really nice guy or that you don't even exist and tell them to go on living their lives.

    Child warfare: Helps define them in a way that they are useful to your needs. Ties in with the above point. Once a person travels down a path of warfare it is hard or even impossible to turn back. Thus they shall become soldiers as adults. They will either be rebels who you can treat as a boogeyman to rally public support in your favour or they will work for you and not look for greener grass as experience tells them that they will find their way back to war and conflict.

    Sex trafficking rings: It's business. As "Jenny From the Block" once said "Everyone's got to make a living."

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    I would not mind being conquered by an army of ENFPs. Would not mind at all.

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    I think you've already taken over the INJs, who are expressing doubt only because they hope to be enlisted, or at least invaded.

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