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    well JocktheMotie have the obvious one as his avatar and then there's Batman. Hes pretty much an INTP in my book or ISTP. Oh crap, I cant decide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowriot View Post
    well JocktheMotie have the obvious one as his avatar and then there's Batman. Hes pretty much an INTP in my book or ISTP. Oh crap, I cant decide.
    Naw Batman is IsTJ
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    I guess I didnt read many Batman comics as a kid but I do think he is an IxTP. The justice stuff, is too easy to put on an ISTJ and I do think the way he handles himself is more IxTP. But, I could be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xisnotx View Post
    Dexter? Probably not actually..

    lets see..how about Double D from Ed, Edd and Eddie?

    Squidward?
    Double D is most definitely an ISFJ, with a likely 6w5 enneagram type. He's most concerned with establishing social norms, tradition, and order throughout the cul-de-sac, albeit being intellectually curious. He often acted a mediator and voice of reason between Eddy's greed and Ed's stupidity, and for the most part seemed quite introverted. I'd say he does have Ti however, but as a tertiary function that's more evident when he experiements or conducts research.

    I can't see Squidward as INTP at all. He doesn't have an ounce of Ne in him, and just isn't a "perceiver". He's far too uptight and decided. He seems to value normalcy and structure a little too much and, unlike Spongebob, targets life more practically and often reflects on the past. I do think he's a thinker, although he displays more Te, which is more society and structure oriented, than Ti, which is personal and focuses on critical thinking and finding the logical "truth". He also organizes and bases his future on collected sensory data, which could indicate Si. I'd say he's an ISTJ.

    I never payed much attention to Dexter, since I never really got into the show, but I'll assume he's more INTJ than INTP. He seemed very focused when performing laboratory work and clearly disliked being disturbed, particularly by DeeDee. Seeing as INTPs have inferior Ne, I'd think they'd be more open to interchanging ideas and concepts, while Dexter, when experimenting, seemed more solitary and reserved. I guess this focus could suggest he's more of a judger, and perhaps more Ni dominant.

    *sighs* I really have no life .

    P.S. Shikamaru from Naruto seems like an obvious INTP to me (although he's probably been mentioned or suggested too much...).

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    L from Death Note is probably the most common example nowadays.

    I relate more to Daria, though.

    She's a female version of me but with a more monotonous voice.

    "Look Jodie. I'm too sensitive and intelligent to live in a world like ours." - Daria

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hinastarr View Post
    I can't see Squidward as INTP at all. He doesn't have an ounce of Ne in him, and just isn't a "perceiver". He's far too uptight and decided. He seems to value normalcy and structure a little too much and, unlike Spongebob, targets life more practically and often reflects on the past. I do think he's a thinker, although he displays more Te, which is more society and structure oriented, than Ti, which is personal and focuses on critical thinking and finding the logical "truth". He also organizes and bases his future on collected sensory data, which could indicate Si. I'd say he's an ISTJ.

    I never payed much attention to Dexter, since I never really got into the show, but I'll assume he's more INTJ than INTP. He seemed very focused when performing laboratory work and clearly disliked being disturbed, particularly by DeeDee. Seeing as INTPs have inferior Ne, I'd think they'd be more open to interchanging ideas and concepts, while Dexter, when experimenting, seemed more solitary and reserved. I guess this focus could suggest he's more of a judger, and perhaps more Ni dominant.
    Auxiliary, but yes, Dexter seems more INTJ. Now as far as inferior Ne goes, Squidward exemplifies this to a fault. He's so stuffy and hating of Spongebob that he represses it way too much, with hilarious results.

    "Playing.... with a reefblower? That's the most childish thing I've ever heard of! (ten seconds later) This is kind of... EXCITING!!!" (then proceeds to destroy whole town in Ne-fueled rampage)

    Anyways agreed on ISTJ, just unusually pretentious, not at all INTP.

    If CG counts as cartoons, Hiccup of How to Train Your Dragon is a particularly awesome brand of INTP.

    Brian is a pretty good example too. Daria is more ambiguous... I think she could be a INTJ with very mellow Te. I wish I could add Dr. Doofensmirtz (Phineas and Ferb) but he's way too close on the I/E line.

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    Dexter and Daria are too non-responsive to people (i.e. directive or task focused) to be INTP. So I say INTJ for both and Mandark and Professor Utonium as well).

    Double-D is an ISTJ Melancholy-Melancholy (Contender-Guardian or Chart the Course-Stabilizer) with an unusually high tertiary Fi [for that age. Hence, he's so much like an adult]. What appears to be a Fe social norms and ethics focus is really SiFi, but it just seems unusual for a young boy.
    He is clearly more technically focused (a Thinker) on a level with the others I mentioned.

    I've been further thinking bout the social norms issue, regarding Fe and Si. On one of my pages, I had awhile ago added:
    Different aspects of behavior can be described by these different models. For instance, SJ is the temperament that values family cells, and such (Keirsey even associates it with a need to "belong to social units"!) This sounds like Fe, but it is not necessarly so; of course, because there are both SFJ's (who do prefer Fe) and STJ's (for whom it is in the deepest shadow). The common need among SJ's of both stripes is Si, for which a family cell (or other organization) meets their need for something familiar that matches their tangible storehouse of data, rather than an externally set set humane standard of judgment. So two different perspectives lead to a similar need.
    I've been wanting to further add that the difference will be between a rational and an irrational method of reaching the same conclusion regarding a need for social order.
    For the FJ, it will be based on actual evaluations they rationally make, and for the SJ, it will be a matter of almost subconsciously just going with what they know, and they might not even really believe in it. This is especially true with STJ's (I grew up with them), with such things as family and holidays. As Melancholies (the ISTJ's, that is), they really can't be bothered with people much, and stuff like the commercialism of Christmas might actually go against their Fi. Yet for 'some reason', they plug on in the tradition anyway (Until they get older, and their Fi really asserts itself more). Here, you can really sense the difference between "rational" and "irrational".
    Of course, SFJ's are both SJ and FJ, so they will be doubly into social norms.

    Double D is not really merging his ego with the object (people, group) in humane evaluation. He's really splitting concrete data and extracting what's relevant to stored (subjective) knowledge, and also referencing stored humane values in evolving situations.

    As for being 6, he does appear a bit Supine, and that could be a combination of being Supine in Affection (the area left out of the type correlation), and the first Melancholy (Inclusion) might actually be Melancholy-Phlegmatic, which would border on Supine, and thus make him border on ISFJ, and have both 6 and 5 tendencies.

    Linus is the one who seem most likely INTP, perhaps Supine-Phlegmatic in Inclusion, and some sort of 5/6 combo. (He actually supports my notion of NT as Choleric, because he does have a great mount of stubbornness, as Lucy was calling him out on once (he tried to euphemize it as "tenacity" all the more proving her point; and another time, she even compared him to herself ("junior fussbudget" or something like that).

    As for others, I'm not sure of any either. Batman does seem sort of like one though, and was a "hero" figure for me earlier on, with his logical deduction skills. Perhaps Robin, too.
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