- Sep 29, 2016
- MBTI Type
Nagito says he trusts his own luck but he influences it greatly, unlike Naegi's luck that works subtly and unpredictably Nagito's luck is predictable despite being so overwhelmingly powerful. Being predictable means that he can implement it in his own plans with a rather high degree of reliability.
As far as his type goes I already typed Nagito as an ENFP, possibly 4w5 or 5w4. Though there's too much to type here so I won't go into detail, not in this thread at least.
I've thought a bit about Kiyo and I definitely see strong Te and Ni in him, I wouldn't be surprised if I typed him as an ENTJ after a more detailed analysis. It's too early to say anything conclusive however.
I wanted to say the same about Nagito but wondered if it would off as too much of a stereotype? â€œ Heâ€™s emotional and unpredictable. Oh those craxy ENFP!â€ but I do think the functions make sense.
Speaking of; Kiyo as an ENTJ huh? I can see it. Though it defintitley breaks some stereotypes and I am all for breaking that diwn. The extent to which most ENTJâ€™s follow thier own stereotypes....ugh. But I digress; like Nagito, I think the functions make sense.
Though I do want to ask, why not ESTJ? Iâ€™m not suggesting anything here, only that I have a hard time distinguishing the two. I know that both are methods of information gathering, but I get tripped up by the â€œ enjoys real- word stimulation v imagination.â€
I think this is hard with Kiyo because while he clearly enjoys physical stimulation he is also eh...verty imaginative. This is definitley where his severe delusions get in the way of typing.