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    Lawful good villains are the best villains

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    id say intj's would make the better villains. they know what theyre doing.
    entp's would just be chaotic troublemakers. they act on impulse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsherlockholmes View Post
    Going back a few pages, while I agree the Joker is ENTP, are we saying it is impossible for an INTP to have a non-knowledge based motive? Why would the joker being sadistic and enjoying inflicting pain stop him from being INTP?

    And Johnny the homocidal maniac is an INTP villain I think.

    And I prefer INTJ villains, but ENTPs can be good too.
    I don't know much about him and can't comment. I don't know if it is the only motive, but personal curiosity seems like the most probable motivation for an evil INTP to me.

    Alternately, expression of some deeply held belief despite society generally condemning the practice could also be a motive, probably not quite as interested in converting other to their way of thinking as the ENTP baddie may be.
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    The INTJ villain has, to me, become stereotypical. On the other hand, I love ENTP villains - Jim Moriarty from Sherlock is my favourite villain ever because he does everything on a whim (I sometimes consider him an ENFP gone horribly, horribly wrong, though). The creative and unpredictable ENTP villain who will always pop up and do something weird and totally creepy when you least expect it is something I'll never tire of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goodgrief View Post
    They're practically your staple villains, with a few ENTJ's and other types occasionally thrown into the pot. Probably, apart from their NT, because of the way they often rebel against society in a way that ENTJ's and INTP's don't. Anyway, which do you think is the best at being evil?

    Some INTJ villains include:

    Professor Moriarty
    Hannibal Lecter
    Light Yagami
    Mr Glass
    Darth Sidius (Maybe Vader also)
    Lex Luthor
    Voldemort

    Some ENTP villains include

    John Simms as The Master
    Tho joker (Though I have heard a pretty convincing argument he was INTJ)
    Count Olaf

    Uh... hit a mental blank but there are quite a few more. Anyway, which type do you think are more effective and/or more entertaining as villains?
    ENTJ's are my favorite villains

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    I will always love the ISTP-INTJ dynamic.

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    If an INTJ and ENTP fight each other, who wins?
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    The INTJ, of course. But the ENTP will think he won, and go around telling that to everyone.
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    INTJ =



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    Which one is more fearsome?

    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    The INTJ, of course. But the ENTP will think he won, and go around telling that to everyone.
    Totally. Did you ever watch The Powerpuff Girls? Mojo Jojo was totally like that.

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    Hmmm... They're both good villains. Actually watching Palpatine scheme was one of the better parts of the prequel trilogy.

    Who would I rather go up against? I suppose the Emperor. I might be able to guess what he's playing at, and do something he wouldn't expect. With the Joker, it doesn't matter what he expects, because Ne would come up with a response anyway. As much as I love Ne, the unpredictablity and difficulty of "systematizing" Ne run amok can be terrifying to a Ti dom.

    So, ENTP's make better villains, because they are so inscrutable.

    Come to think of it, does anyone know of an ENFP villains?
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