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    Quote Originally Posted by subwayrider View Post
    He's not a villain; that's like calling Mini-Me a villain.

    You have an unorthodox definition of villain, then. I don't know Mini-Me, so the comparison does not help.
    I've been called a criminal, a terrorist, and a threat to the known universe. But everything you were told is a lie. The truth is, they've taken our freedom, our home, and our future. The time has come for all humanity to take a stand...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    You have an unorthodox definition of villain, then. I don't know Mini-Me, so the comparison does not help.
    The problem of definitions comes up a lot in the discussions in which I partake. An objective source, like a dictionary, is what I'll invariably turn to.

    Language is a funny thing, isn't it? Even in a ratified source, the same word can mean many different things. One need not be crossing the language barrier for meaning to be "lost in translation."

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    Quote Originally Posted by subwayrider View Post
    The problem of definitions comes up a lot in the discussions in which I partake. An objective source, like a dictionary, is what I'll invariably turn to.

    Language is a funny thing, isn't it? Even in a ratified source, the same word can mean many different things. One need not be crossing the language barrier for meaning to be "lost in translation."
    Language is a tool, like any other, and requires some skill for effective use. Definitions are a problem only when assumed and not clarified. I would be interested in your definition of "villain" that excludes Peter Pettigrew.
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    Bradley Cooper from Limitless
    Lt. Barclay and Geordi from Next Generation

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    Quote Originally Posted by zago View Post
    Bradley Cooper from Limitless
    Lt. Barclay and Geordi from Next Generation
    I thought Geordi was ENTP.
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    L from that anime that makes you question my type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by subwayrider View Post
    All INTPs are in Ravenclaw.
    And all INTPs are 5's.
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    I saw Varys from Game of Thrones typed INTP in one of those MBTI character charts. Not sure I agree though.
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    A lot of people tiped to Gandalf (Lord of The Rings) as an INTJ.

    Gandalf has always seemed me an INTP at their peak of ripeness. Recently I was reading the novel and note that, in the beginning of the story, as he does not tells Frodo frontally what to do. He asks "what have you decided?". That seems more Ti inner control. "Many who live deserve death and many that die deserve to living. Can you give life? So do not rush to dispense death." That seems a good example de Fe philosophy, these profound ideas that INTP to arrive at maturity.

    Other examples of fictional INTP that come to mind are Lloyd from Code Geass, and Nagato from Haruhi Susumiya. Ah, and Data from Star Treek.

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