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    ¡MI TORTA! Amethyst's Avatar
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    ENTPs are more entertaining IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tawanda View Post
    ENTPs are more entertaining IMO.
    Seconded.
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    INTP's would be great villians. but it wouldnt be clear who they were. in The Usual Suspect kevin spaey was an INTP, Leonardo in Catch me if u can was an INTP.. we're just villians who work alone and even when we're witha group we do things to benefit ourselves more than the group. If u cant see an INTP as a villian than most likely u've been affected by one and not know it... We're that good
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    And I think Joker is an INTP. He shows emotion like an ENTP but he isnt seen outide his activities so he withdraws to gain energy (introvert) nor is he egotistical nor is he quite and methodic like INTJ... he has back up plans for his plans, and if it fails he tries to do something spontaneous, and likes a challenge
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    Quote Originally Posted by tawanda View Post
    ENTPs are more entertaining IMO.
    Depends on the form of entertainment you like. You can laugh with the ENTP or at the INTJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
    Depends on the form of entertainment you like. You can laugh with the ENTP or at the INTJ.
    Best get those laughs in while you can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kra View Post
    Best get those laughs in while you can.
    Exactly.
    ENTPs are much more likely (or just more quick) to forgive than INTJs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky_Rabbit View Post
    And I think Joker is an INTP. He shows emotion like an ENTP but he isnt seen outide his activities so he withdraws to gain energy (introvert) nor is he egotistical nor is he quite and methodic like INTJ...
    There's a reason for him not being seen outside of his "activities": he's the most wanted criminal in the Batman world
    You claim he's not egotistical (clearly disputable) and that this somehow points away from either ENTP or INTJ, but the lousy sentence structure makes it impossible to decipher which one. In any case, I'd like you to explain how being egotistical is inherent to certain MBTI types and not to others.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky_Rabbit View Post
    he has back up plans for his plans, and if it fails he tries to do something spontaneous, and likes a challenge
    This seems wildly self-contradictory. I'd say he has one overall plan, but no real contingency plans, which would have been a J trait anyway. Everything else is spontaneous once things have been set in motion. I honestly don't see how this points to INTP rather than ENTP.

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    INFP's would make the best...because we are so secretive and hidden and intuitive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weber View Post
    This seems wildly self-contradictory. I'd say he has one overall plan, but no real contingency plans, which would have been a J trait anyway. Everything else is spontaneous once things have been set in motion. I honestly don't see how this points to INTP rather than ENTP.
    While I retain my stance that Joker is a deranged ENFP, I also don't see him as INTP. His goals seem like they aren't empirically or materially beneficial to himself, which I could see in an INTP villain too, but they're also much more to do with changing the feelings and attitudes of others and (at times) just for the thrill of it (Joker's probably more willing to die pursuing his goal, and may even see that as a kind of way of achieving it, which I doubt an INTP villain would be into).

    Both the Joker and an INTP baddie would probably be hard to bargain with just because, in theory, you don't have anything more appealing to them than achieving their initial goal is, however (the Joker would enjoy killing and torturing you, the INTP would probably only torture or draw out your pain if it was necessary to help understand whatever idea or concept he's after. He wouldn't particularly enjoy it, but it wouldn't bother him either). An INTP probably wouldn't have that same sense of theatricality as the Joker, either, unless it specifically added in his purpose. Essentially, I think the INTP would be efficient, foregoing the sense of real joy/pride/"artistic fulfillment" or occasional random act of violence characteristic of the Joker's actions.

    If you want an INTP villain in the Batman universe, I'd look to Scarecrow. Virtually everything he does isn't for any real power or influence, but to satiate his insane obsession with better understanding fear. He doesn't even seem to know what he'll do with that understanding once he feels satisfied with it. Maybe he'd just write a book. Scarecrow doesn't have victims (or as I sometimes think the Joker would think of them, works of artistic, ideological or emotional expression and/or just having a little fun) so much as 'involuntary test subjects'.
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