- Oct 25, 2017
- MBTI Type
- Instinctual Variant
Multiple ResultsYou appear to have two or more equally prominent matches. It is possible that you are an equal fit for all of those matches. On the other hand, it is also possible that you simply answered the questions in such a way that you ended up with tied results even though, in reality, you do have a definite match. Whether you really are an equal fit for all of these characters or you just happened to get an equal score on all of them, we are unable to say; we are therefore also unable to give you a more personalized description. But you can consult the chart above to see which of the characters you matched the closest.
FrodoA bright-eyed orphan raised by his uncle Bilbo, Frodo Baggins was a humble Hobbit living in the Shire and dreaming of travel and adventure. But his dreams turned into nightmares when he was thrust onto a treacherous journey of life and death, entrusted to bear the cursed Ring of Power to its fated place of destruction in the fires of Mount Doom. Initially innocent and naive, Frodo was nonetheless the most trustworthy person Gandalf the Grey could have hoped to find, for Frodo desired no power, glory, or gold. He simply wished to serve the greater good. Throughout his dangerous trip, he often longed for the comforts of home yet was compelled to complete his task regardless of the sacrifice. Gentle and kind-of-heart, even Frodo was tempted by the One Ring’s ceaseless callings, which had driven his companion Gollum to madness. But with his faithful friends by his side, Frodo eventually saw his mission completed, saving Middle-earth from the dark armies of Sauron and the corrupted wizard Saruman.
A little info. J.R.R. Tolkien, the author of the Lord Of The Rings was an INFP. I read the trilogy and saw the movies at the cinema.
GandalfI am Gandalf.Whimsical yet formidable, Gandalf the Grey is a powerful Istari wizard who appreciates the simple life of the Hobbits.
While sometimes stubborn, the scruffy-haired, pipe-smoking wielder of magic enjoys time spent in thoughtful reflection, knowing that danger and war are always just around the corner.
An excellent judge of character, Gandalf saw hope in the innocent resourcefulness of young Frodo Baggins, the only being he trusted to carry and destroy Sauron’s corruptive Ring of Power.
Ancient, courageous, and the wisest of his peers, Gandalf gave his life for the sake of the Fellowship, only to be reborn more powerful than ever as Gandalf the White.
With renewed strength and a mighty new staff, he overthrew wicked Saruman, the former ruler of their wizardly order, and aided the Fellowship in preventing the Dark Lord Sauron from overrunning Middle-earth.
Humble enough to reject power for himself, Gandalf helped restore Aragorn as King of Gondor before setting off on new adventures with his friends Frodo and Bilbo.
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