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    Alexander the Terrible yenom's Avatar
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    The Joker is a retarded villain, don't mention him as a classic example of ENTP villain, he is an example of someone whose brain got hit by a brick.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    Ok you are right
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    House MD

    classis example of ENTP/INTJ confusion
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    the INTJs can have house. he's nothing but a cheap, comparatively boring as shit, knock off of sherlock holmes anyway.

    of his, i've been a fan for years. house entertained me for a month or two.
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    Another example:

    Edmond Dantes from Count of Monte Cristo.

    I should have renamed this thread INTJ/ENTP confusion.

    I say Ti is a great tool for plotting and reading people's hidden motivations and behavior. (but not so great at predicting the future). That is why i say ENTP has the capability to be an evil genius.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloud View Post
    Another example:

    Edmond Dantes from Count of Monte Cristo.

    I should have renamed this thread INTJ/ENTP confusion.
    I would say anybody locked up in isolation (especially with no books or entertainment) has the time to come up with a meticulous plan or otherwise just go crazy.
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    I do try to manipulate a lot yeah. Never done it to hurt people, I use it to get what I want. I wish I was better at it.
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    Any type can be a villain. They would bring their specific strengths to bear. The ENTP would excel at appearing to be someone else (reality distortion) while pursuing a secret life. Like the Green Goblin.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aramis View Post
    I don't know how one could confuse an INTJ and ENTP, unless the ENTP were "acting" like an INTJ on purpose.

    I think the ENTP may rely more on opportunity (and/or create opportunity) to enact revenge/manipulate etc. An INTJ would already know all the elements at hand before taking any kind of action to manipulate the situation or people. The INTJ would not tolerate surprises ie: a monkey-wrench in their evil scheme.
    Many ENTPs I talk to say they have had shadowy periods in their lives where they felt very INTJ-like. For some of them this was a long term affair (ENFPs would be shadowy INFJs), for some Te seems to be just a tool used under stress that can kinda get pulled outta the basement.

    I met an ENTP like this once-in an INTJ shadow mode. I didnt understand him as I couldnt find his Fi. I didnt know what Fi was then, I just knew he seemed INTJ, but without the sweetness. He was a total douche. I ignored him as an anomaly until he went out to a work party and went into insane Ne mode. An ENTP? What???

    Then i ended up here as I couldnt understand him based on the simple MBTI letters.

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    i could see how someone would confuse me with an INTJ when i'm in my introspective modes. i have to have those moments, or i'd go crazy, and i prefer to be alone when experiencing them, but that can't always happen. so, if someone stumbles in on it, they usually turn around and leave pretty quickly.
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