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    Default Type my characters.

    I'm curious about how characters from my book fit into types. I've gone through them before, but I'd like a bit of insight from others. I will start off with the ones who are the most developed as of right now, and perhaps add more later.

    Character A
    -is male
    -has feminine behaviours and mannerisms, and can be very self-critical of them
    -clumsy
    -lacks self-confidence
    -quiet; generally keeps to self
    -disorganized
    -loves beauty; tries to be surrounded in it
    -frail
    -very rarely initiates conversations
    -blushes easily
    -submissive, usually goes with what others say; pushover
    -at his very worst (times of extreme stress): judgemental of others, sees others as pieces on a chess board
    -does not mind routine
    -despite being disorganized, dislikes messiness and finds being in messy surroundings stressful
    -needs to be in "perfect" surroundings to recharge
    -fond of literature, reading; loves poetry


    Character B
    -is female
    -is very fashionable without even trying
    -experiments; goes with the flow of things
    -appears confident
    -generally quiet, but does initiate conversation when necessary
    -constantly trying to reinvent herself
    -sexually experimental; considered promiscuous
    -sexually experiments to find connection
    -constantly taking in information from around her
    -tries living life day-by-day
    -interested in the performing arts, specifically acting
    -strongly dislikes authority; rebellious towards parents
    -despite often speaking in figurative speech, is a realist
    -very fond of being in high places (such as the roof of tall buildings)
    -at her very worst (times of extreme stress): sees herself as above others, strong trust issues, no sense of danger, ignores conscience

    Character C
    -is female
    -eccentric
    -is openly affectionate with the people she cares about; tightly hugs friend in public, gives long kisses to significant other in public...
    -can be seen as a "cheerleader"; bubbly and enthusiastic towards people she cares about
    -constantly disorganized
    -known to be a tacky dresser
    -very interested in music and is a talented guitarist and songwriter
    -can not stand people she cares about being hurt by others; she may impulsively throw a strong, violent punch if she thinks someone will or has hurt someone she cares about
    -some would say she has a split personality of sorts: 1. cute, bubbly, sweet, innocent, calm; 2. (upon any threat by someone else to someone she cares about) aggressive, full of rage, unpredictable, frightening, impulsive
    -very interested in human rights issues
    -hates being bored, always wants something going on
    -dreams of being a music teacher
    -loves children; easily relates to children
    -hates being alone


    Character D
    -is male
    -very quiet; spends most of his time in his very rich and vivid internal world
    -has a strong sixth sense: "sees" dreams, sees spirits, able to telepathically implant images/feelings/dreams into people's minds
    -is able to get very close to people
    -aspires to be a god and transform the world into a beautiful and balanced place
    -constantly taking on different personas, depending on who he is with
    -described as "beautiful, yet almost invisible"
    -is constantly searching for deeper meaning in his surroundings
    -constantly taking in detailed information from his environment and analyzing it to find its emotional, spiritual, and logical meaning
    -tends only to interact with others if he sees them as a step he must take or is experimenting
    -does feel sympathy afterwards for the people he uses
    -is very involved in reading (especially non-fiction involving philosophy, religion, spirituality, psychology, and the paranormal)
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    do you have any more information on them?

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    Character 1: probably INFP, or a very shy ENFP.

    Character 2: ENFP, or maybe INFP.

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    Just want to throw it out there, that more information would be useful as well.

    Yay! Post 700!

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    I added a bit more information. Hopefully, it's enough for a better idea.

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    character 1: INFP or INFJ. 6w5
    character 2: ISFP 4w3 (almost certain of this one)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    character 1: INFP or INFJ. 6w5
    character 2: ISFP 4w3 (almost certain of this one)
    Why the Enneagrams for each?

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    Character one, INFP or INFJ.

    Character two, ISFP.

    But I think the enneagram for the first one is 1w9 or 9w1, too concerned with peaceful things not to be 9, but not dominate enough to be 8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonflower View Post
    Why the Enneagrams for each?
    the first character is anxious, shy, cautious and hard on himself. totally 6
    the second character is creative, confident, sees herself above others when stressed (very wing 3-ish) and is constantly trying to express/reinvent herself. reading between the lines, she probably cares what people think of her, but not too much. totally 4w3

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    I added a Character C and Character D.

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