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  • Lawful Good

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  • Lawful Neutral

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  • Lawful Evil

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  • Neutral Good

    4 16.67%
  • Neutral

    9 37.50%
  • Neutral Evil

    2 8.33%
  • Chaotic Good

    5 20.83%
  • Chaotc Neutral

    4 16.67%
  • Chaotic Evil

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    I'm not saying it.. It's just that I did a google search earlier and saw a debate about it. I thought it was lame. Just like saying MacGyver is ENTP...he's a total ISTP. Or Jack Sparrow as well. Or Tyler Durden. I swear...a bunch of people want to think they're ENTP.

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    true... being able to use Ne doesn't make you any less of an Sensor, just the same as being able to use Se doesn't detract from Intuitiveness... it all boils down to where you feel at home hanging your hat in the end
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    I can't remember what I got when I took this before, might have been Neutral Good.

    Anyway, this time I got straight up Neutral.
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    Self interested
    Neutrals (this is where ISTPs are so much cooler)
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    ISTP - Spike Spiegel, James Bond, Lara Croft, Leon the Professional
    ISFP - the Dude, Meatwad, Silent Bob, Jughead

    edit: Go back to Neutral Good Jeffster

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    depends on who's playing James Bond really

    the present one is awesomely badass ISTP... but some of the older ones were more ESTP
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    There's a lot of cool ESTPs, but the ones I keep thinking of are Chaotic Neutral or Neutral. [note to self: Do not screw with these people ]




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    Alright, so admittedly I'm not SP, but I got the P part down, and am an artist (so I'm allowed in the arthouse right? =D ) and this topic was too good to pass up ^^

    That being said, I'm chaotic neutral myself, and my characters tend to be similar.

    I didn't put the answer in the poll though, don't want to spoil yeur poll answers ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    true... being able to use Ne doesn't make you any less of an Sensor, just the same as being able to use Se doesn't detract from Intuitiveness... it all boils down to where you feel at home hanging your hat in the end

    But SPs are so creative to find solutions in order to fix a problem, especially when they feel in danger, that they seem Ne-ish.

    depends on who's playing James Bond really

    the present one is awesomely badass ISTP... but some of the older ones were more ESTP
    From the Ian Fleming's novels: ISTP 5w6
    Played by Sean Connery: ESTP 8w7
    Played by Roger Moore: ESFP 8w7
    Played by Pierce Brosnan: ESTP 3w2
    Played by Daniel Craig: ISTP 5w6

    The ISTP James Bond is a True Neutral, but the ESP one is more of a Lawful Neutral: sometimes a good guy, sometimes a bad boy, but at all case, he saves the Queen!
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    E=60% S=55% T=70% P=80%

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    Out of those ones discussed earlier, I might call Jack Sparrow ENTP. Kind of little of both. Hell, besides Se and Ne, he even has Ni or something, whatwith looking in his compass all the time. I mean, what is that? Cpt Kirk though? Uh..

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    in the 2009 movie totally! he's a thrill seeking, drinking and fighting man whore who's also brilliant at thinking on his feet... that's pretty impressively ESTP stereotype there
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