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    What are some of the distinct differences between the INTJ and the INTP?

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    I propose keeping INTJs and INTPs out of this thread if you want to learn anything at all.

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    Isn't there this thread all the time?

    Correct answer: Learn about the cognitive functions. INTJs are Ni-dominant (and Te-auxilary), INTPs are Ti-dominant (and Ne auxilary).

    Short answer: INTJs like D&D to crush other people. INTPs like D&D for other reasons.

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    That makes sense, then. I'm INTP, and when I play RPGs like that or the ones on the computer, I don't appreciate PVP as much as others do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colors View Post
    Isn't there this thread all the time?

    Correct answer: Learn about the cognitive functions. INTJs are Ni-dominant (and Te-auxilary), INTPs are Ti-dominant (and Ne auxilary).

    Short answer: INTJs like D&D to crush other people. INTPs like D&D for other reasons.
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    It's the same as the difference between ESFPs and ESFJs, only with different letters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    It's the same as the difference between ESFPs and ESFJs, only with different letters.
    Haphazard makes an interesting point.

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    I concur.

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    I'm not going to go into it, I'm just going to post the functions:

    INTJ -> Ni, Te, Fi, Se
    INTP -> Ti, Ne, Si, Fe
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    INTJs will tell you what a moron you are while INTPs just silently think it.
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