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Harry Potter RPG Leaks Hint At 8 Wizard Types, Morality Paths, & More

Information leaks concerning the supposed open-world Harry Potter RPG, and the type of game it will be, have once again resurfaced. Back in 2018, a Reddit user shared leaked footage showcasing the game and plunged the internet into the endless rabbit hole of speculation. The footage has since been removed from YouTube by Warner Bros. due to copyright infringement, however it has apparently popped up around the internet multiple times since then. Aside from the short clip which only a small handful of Harry Potter fans were actually able to see, little to no information has been officially released about the upcoming Harry Potter RPG video game.

Although Warner Bros. Entertainment Interactive quickly removed any traces of the game footage from YouTube, the company has yet to confirm whether or not this Harry Potter RPG is truly in development. Warner Bros. recently started a new game development label known as Portkey Games, named after the magic portals created from everyday objects within the Harry Potter universe. So far, Portkey Games has only released two mobile video game titles, but has confirmed it will be releasing software for consoles in the future. It is unclear whether Portkey Games is behind the Harry Potter RPG or if Warner Bros. has entrusted the game to another studio.

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According to IGN, the information from past leaks reveals this new Harry Potter video game RPG will be a third-person, open-world title in which players can create their own witch or wizard. As most RPGs incorporate a class system, there are apparently eight different types of playable wizards in the game. Speculation suggests players will specialize in one of the various schools of magic from the Harry Potter series, such as transfiguration or potion brewing. Players also are given the opportunity to choose a moral path and lead their character towards good or evil. This could lead to some very unique character customization options, and players may not have to create a snobby Slytherin student in order to become a dark wizard.

One interesting piece of leaked information suggests that the Harry Potter RPG may take place long before Harry’s birth. The game apparently takes place during the 1800’s. If this is true, fans would be able to explore parts of the wizarding world never seen or spoken of in the films or novels. The studio behind the game would have the freedom to put its own spin on the world and add a new layer of historical charm to the Hogwarts we know and love. The game’s time period will have a massive impact on the characters and familiar faces players interact with from the Harry Potter series. If the game truly takes place in the late 19th Century, players could potentially encounter a teenage Albus Dumbledore.

Fans also speculate that a Harry Potter video game taking place in the past could further build upon the ancestry of Tom Riddle, the former Hogwarts student who would one day be known as Lord Voldemort. Many of the characters in J.K. Rowling’s fictional world have elaborate family history, such as Harry’s godfather Sirius Black. The amount of untouched material just waiting to be expanded upon within the universe of Harry Potter is seemingly limitless. Fans of Harry Potter and RPGs alike eagerly await this title’s official announcement, and the chance to explore a completely original world within J.K. Rowling’s fantasy.

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Source: IGN


2020-03-13 01:12:52

Thomas Mazzaferro

Myers-Briggs® Personality Types Of Disney Princesses

Binge-watching Disney movies on the weekends is kind of a tradition with us, and on our last marathon, we got to wondering, what’s the Myers-Briggs® type of each of the Disney princesses? Far from cookie-cutter reproductions, each Disney princess has a personality all their own. They’re not just archetypes, they’re all different, each with their own set of traits that make them uniquely lovable.

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Disney could’ve made heroes and heroines that were all the same, but they didn’t. They made complex characters for each of their stories, and that’s what makes them so great. Let’s take a look at these ten leading ladies and examine their personalities to determine how they fit into the MBTI® world.

Updated by Madison Lennon on February 21, 2020: Disney has a large number of lovable characters but rarely are any quite as popular as their princesses. We thought we would revisit this list of Disney princesses labeled by MBTI type because there are 16 different personality types and a large variety of princesses.

By adding more to this list, it gives more people a chance to find the Disney princess that they feel most connected to. From newer princesses to some of the older ones, hopefully, you’ll be able to find the princess that you share a kinship with.

15 Megara – ISTP

Meg is one of the most beloved Disney princesses of all time, and also one of the most intriguing and complex. She originally begins as something of an antagonist, since she secretly works for Hades, but she has a heart of gold. Meg is very cynical at times, she’s also intelligent and quick-thinking.

She has a dry and witty sense of humor that is often a trademark of someone who is an ISTP type. That said, while Meg doesn’t reveal her true emotions often or wear her heart on her sleeve, she is adept at knowing what she’s thinking, even if it takes her a while to truly trust someone enough to let them in.

14 Esmeralda – ISFP

Esmeralda is another underrated Disney princess and definitely an ISFP. Out of all the Disney princesses out there, Esmeralda is one of the most fiercely independent. Sher certainly marches to the beat of her own drum and defines her own philosophies about the world.

Her manner of thinking and her confident demeanor actually makes her something of an outcast, despite her beauty. Esmeralda is also drawn to those who are down on their luck or ostracized by society, which makes her connection with the Quasimodo all the more understandable. She is driven to help those in need.

13 Kida – ENTP

Kida is an underrated character from an underrated Disney film: Atlantis: The Lost Empire. Her character is extremely intuitive and intelligent. That said, her skills are varied, rather than focusing her concentration and intellect on just one thing, Kida prefers to have knowledge about a myriad of different subjects.

She is known for being a skilled linguist and excellent leadership abilities. Kida is strong-willed and enjoys being able to do what she wants when she wants. That said, she also longs to have some kind of stability in her life, which can create inner conflict within her as she tries to balance her sense of self with a desire to connect to another person.

12 Aurora – INFP

Aurora, otherwise known as Sleeping Beauty, doesn’t get a whole lot of character development in her original animated film sadly, due to her being asleep for the majority. However, one thing we know about her is she has a keen fascination with exploration.

She likes to traipse through the woods and chatter with the animals. It is her keen sense of curiosity that inevitably leads her to prick her finger. That makes her an ideal INFP. She’s also very sweet and charming, another thing that INFP’s have in common.

11 Ariel – ENFP

Ariel is a perfect example of an ENFP thanks to her overall enthusiasm and excitement over brand new ideas. One of the little mermaid’s main personality traits is her zest for life and obsession with all things pertaining to the surface world.

She collects items from the human world up above and is generally a very happy-go-lucky and adventurous person. She has big dreams and even bigger ambitions, all of which are trademark traits of the ENFP personality type. It also helps that she is creatively-inclined, given she really loves to sing.

10 Moana – ENFJ

From the very beginning of Moana, we learn that the title heroine is a caring individual with a thirst for adventure. She’s torn between wanting to stay on her island and take care of her people as her father wants her to, and the desire to follow her gut instinct, which tells her the answers to all her peoples’ problems lie just over the horizon on the ocean blue.

Obviously, you could argue any of these princess’s personalities any which way, but because of her empathy, intuition and strong will, we say Moana is an ENFJ. This type is charismatic, warm and altruistic. They’re natural born leaders with the ability to create a long-term plan and make it a reality.

9 Elsa – INTJ

Princess Elsa of Frozen can be hard to read. She’s quiet and reserved, but beneath her regal exterior, she’s actually afraid of herself and her powers. Of course, as the film plays out and the story unfolds, Elsa learns how to harness her capabilities and mends her relationship with her sister, all through the power of song.

Elsa has an image to maintain, but when she’s with the people she loves, she lets her hair down. She’s the mature sister, true, but she can be as big a goof as Anna when she wants to. To anyone she doesn’t know, Elsa is stoic, only warming up to her friends and family. She’s logical, analytical and often uncomfortable dealing with her own emotions, much like the INTJ.

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8 Merida – ESTP

Merida is, well… Brave. But brave isn’t all that Merida is. She’s also headstrong and rebellious, determined to throw off the binds of tradition and cut her own path in life. Though Merida’s determination to be the master of her own fate lands her (and her mother, for that matter) in some hot water, everything turns out well in the end. Thanks, Disney!

Merida’s a thrill-seeker, a real adrenaline junkie, and she has a habit of jumping into situations with both feet before testing the waters first. She’s a bundle of energy, she’s got a sense of humor even in the most serious of times and she just marches to the beat of her own drummer in general. That’s an ESTP all over.

7 Belle – INFP

Compassionate, idealistic, and gentle, INFPs are sensitive souls, but don’t make the mistake of thinking they’re all cinnamon roll, no sin-namon roll, because au contraire. When these people feel threatened – say, when one of their personal values has been violated, or when a loved one is in jeopardy – they have no problem standing up for what they believe in.

All of these personality traits fit Beauty and the Beast‘s Belle quite well. She’s an imaginative girl who never quite fits in. She’s always got her nose in a book and loves to romanticize things. Adaptable, friendly and accepting, Belle is an INFP if ever we saw one.

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6 Jasmine – ESFP

Much like Merida, Jasmine, of Disney’s Aladdin, dislikes that her position as princess means she’s basically just a tool in a male-dominated game. She’s definitely sassy and opinionated, and she has no problem telling people exactly what she thinks. But just because she’s got a mind of her own doesn’t mean this Disney princess is uncouth. She’s actually very persuasive when she wants to be.

Fun-loving, spontaneous and with a wonderful sense of humor, Jasmine fits right into the ESFP Myers-Briggs® personality type. ESFPs don’t just want to have a good time, they want to make sure everyone else is having a good time, too, and they have a way of bringing the best out of people.

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5 Pocahontas – INFJ

INFJs are often called social chameleons because they have the ability to mirror the personality types of the people that they encounter. This isn’t done because INFJs are fake, rather, it’s the INFJ’s attempt to make the other person feel more comfortable with them. Making people feel welcome, that’s one of the things the INFJ is all about, and that sounds a lot like Disney’s beloved Pocahontas to us.

Even when the rest of her people were against fraternizing with the white man, Pocahontas just wanted everyone to get along. She’s curious, independent, idealistic and perpetually seeking deep, meaningful connections, not only with other people, but with the world and her place in it, too.

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4 Tiana – ESTJ

Tiana may seem like she’s all work, no play, but to the ESTJ, work is play. This is a type that loves to take charge and see a task through to completion. ESTJs value hard work, which makes them quite the force to be reckoned with at times.

Tiana is ambitious, yet she’s also realistic. She’s got big plans to open up a restaurant of her own, but she doesn’t just sit on the sidelines daydreaming about that reality, she puts her nose to the grindstone and makes it happen. By waitressing at other restaurants, she gains experience, illustrating the ESTJ’s ability to create long-term, practical plans to achieve their ultimate goals.

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3 Cinderella – ISFJ

The ISFJ Myers-Briggs® type has a deep-rooted sense of responsibility, and this is what drives them. They feel duty-bound to take care of their loved ones, always eager to do what is expected of them, whether it’s in terms of societal expectations or tradition.

Cinderella is an ISFJ. We mean, how could she not be? She takes all of the abuse from her stepmother and stepsisters in her stride, preferring to focus on her duties and remaining optimistic, even in a situation that would drive other types to madness. She waited patiently for her Prince Charming, she stayed humble, loyal and loving. Yep, Cinderella’s an ISFJ all over, if you ask us.

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2 Rapunzel – ENFP

Half Belle from Beauty and the Beast, half Moana from Moana, Rapunzel from Tangled is like a hybrid princess, a wonderful mixture of the two. The ENFP shares many traits with the INFP and the ENFJ. This type is warm, altruistic and is tremendously idealistic, which only adds to their charm.

The ENFP is enthusiastic when it comes to achieving their own dreams and when it comes to helping others achieve theirs—Rapunzel definitely fits that bill. They’re imaginative and enviably creative, each with an infinite well of ideas they’re just itching to flex their artistic muscles with. ENFPs are people-oriented, but enjoy exploring their inner world, too, so they’re social butterflies who know how to entertain themselves when they’re alone.

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1 Mulan – ISTP

When Mulan’s father was too feeble to join the army in the fight against the Hun, what did she do? Cut her hair with a sword in one of the most GIF-worthy moments in cinematic history and ran off to take his place, that’s what!

Mulan’s just gotta be an ISTP. This type enjoys finding practical solutions to problems. Though they’re reserved and sometimes shy, these people are action-takers. They generally have no problems abiding by the norms, but they’re not afraid to break rules if they think they’re stupid or if it’s obvious that they’re not doing anyone any good. When Mulan took her father’s place even though that wasn’t for girls to do? Total ISTP move right there.

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2020-02-26 02:02:33

Michelle Sanders

Pokémon Go: All 7km Eggs Now Mysteriously Only Hatch Fossil Types

Pokémon Go, the popular Niantic mobile game, is having a fossil fest, as 7 kilometer eggs now only hatch fossil Pokémon. These eggs require players to incubate them and then walk a specified distance; for example, some eggs require just 2 kilometers of walking, whereas others require 10 kilometers. Though players normally find these eggs at PokéStops, they can only receive 7 km eggs as gifts from friends. This requires them to add real-world friends who play Pokémon Go as friends in the game, who then become known as fellow Pokémon trainers, and then send and receive up to one gift per day.

Different types of eggs hatch specific types of Pokémon. In the past, 7 km eggs have shaken out baby Pokémon, such as the popular little Pichu, as well as Alolan Pokémon, which are unique forms of existing Pokémon. More recently, during the game’s Valentine’s Day Event, 7 kilometer eggs revealed pink Pokémon such as Alomomola, Cleffa, Happiny, and Porygon, to name just a few.

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According to Pokémon Go‘s website, 7 kilometer eggs are now only hatching fossils. Specifically, the Pokémon players can find from these eggs are Omanyte, Kabuto, Aerodactyl, Lileep, Anorith, Cranidos, Shieldon, Tirtouga, and Archen. These Pocket Monsters will no longer hatch from any other eggs, which means if players want to obtain one, they need a friend to send them a gift and hope it contains a 7 km egg.

Pokémon Go players know that with this game, any day can bring a change that will shake up their Pokéball-throwing routines. That’s part of the fun of the mobile Pokémon title: It thrives on community events and updates that generates buzz among players, many of whom have been logging in since the game first came out in 2016. Players love the game so much, one even went so far as to bake incredibly detailed treats for fellow Pokémon Trainers on Community Days.

The Pokémon series has long hosted these Prehistoric fossil-type Pokémon, with some being more coveted than others. Every player has their own favorites, but a few of the fossil Pokémon now available from 7 km eggs are sought-after. For instance, the shrimp-like Anorith evolves into Armaldo, a strong tank with a set of gorgeous armor, and Aerodactyl, a Pokémon resurrected from Old Amber rather than plain old rocks like the rest of them, is one of the more imposing figures in Pokémon battles, with his gigantic wingspan and dragon-like mouth. Players keen on obtaining these rare Pocket Monsters soon should grab their friends to start gift exchanges. As is so often the case with Pokémon Go, nobody knows how long this particular hatching rule will last.

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Source: Pokémon Go Live


2020-02-18 05:02:16

Ashley Hagood

Myers-Briggs® Personality Types Of The Circle Characters

Netflix’s new reality competition series The Circle has taken off in a serious way and became an instant smash hit. Executive producer Tim Harcourt made a point to cast a very diverse bunch of characters, noting he wanted the show to be nothing like Real Housewives or Jersey Shore where the cast all fit into similar backgrounds. The Circle contestants are a medley of unique individuals from entirely different backgrounds, but it’s their varying personalities really make them compelling.

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Thirteen contestants (plus Tammy!) participated in The Circle, and there’s no better way to analyze their identities than to assign them each a Meyers-Briggs personality type, so let’s dive into these zany contenders!

13 Alana: ESFP “The Performer”

Alana made it known within 1.2 seconds that she was a bathing suit and lingerie model, and feels natural as the center of attention. Alana matches the personality of an ESFP, which are usually popular and well-liked. Alana is gregarious, adventure-seeking, and an overall people-person, traits of a typical ESFP, known as “The Performer.”

These Performers can also be distracted too quickly, easily bored, and impulsive, which all describe Alana! Idealistic and good-natured, she had faith her competitors would believe she was who she said she was, but, unfortunately, revealing herself as a model led to her demise.

12 Karyn a.k.a. “Mercedeze”: ISFP “The Artist” & ISTJ “The Inspector”

Karyn is probably the most difficult personality to pin down. While she deceived the other contestants throughout the game by playing “Mercedeze, “she promised Chris during her exit that she was 100% Karyn in every other way. Karyn seems like an ISFP, which exhibits strong values and beliefs, a keen awareness of their environment, and a disdain for confrontation—all qualities of a true catfish!

By contrast, “Mercedeze” is much more feisty and confrontational—an ISTJ, “The Inspector.” Inspectors are focused on the present, observant, and organized, but can also be judgmental, insensitive, and blame others. “Mercedeze” tried to throw others under the bus to further hide her true identity! Fun fact: The real “Mercedeze” reached out to Karyn after the show, and the two are now friends!

11 Chris: ENFP “The Champion”

Chris is one of the season’s standout characters, an instant fan-favorite. ENFPs exhibit a great deal of empathy and warmth, much like Chris. They are communicative, caring, spontaneous, and highly creative—we saw Chris’ creative prowess shine during the cake decorating challenge!

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While ENFPs have a plethora of positive traits, they can also be overly sensitive, tend to overthink things, and get easily stressed out. Chris wears his heart on his sleeve and reacted dramatically to a lot of the game’s revelations.

10 Shubham: INTP “The Thinker”

Shubham was clearly the brain from the very beginning and has quite an impressive resume: a UCLA graduate, a virtual reality designer, and he even ran for governor of California in 2018, with a platform to destroy social media! Shubham is an INTP, described as logical, objective, abstract thinkers who think before they act.

INTPs are labeled as “The Thinker” because they value intellect over emotion, and, once they trust someone, they can be loyal to a fault. Shubham admits to sacrificing his own game to Joey, his number one ally throughout the game.

9 Sammie: ESFJ “The Caregiver”

Sammie came in tough as nails, but, behind that titanium exterior, she’s a tender-hearted, sensitive soul who works with developmentally disabled children. The ESFJ archetype describes her perfectly, portrayed as “The Caregiver.” ESFJs can be defined as dependable, loyal, considerate, and helpful. They can also be sensitive to criticism, which Sammie admits to during the ‘Rivals’ game in the penultimate episode.

Sammie mentioned she made most of her decisions in the game based on her instincts and snap judgments, which encapsulates the qualities of a true ESFJ.

8 Antonio: ESTJ “The Director”

As a successful athlete, Antonio has always felt in charge of his life, akin to an ESTJ, known as “The Director.” They both have strong morals and expect others to uphold similar principles and beliefs. Remember Antonio’s unnerved face when others admitted to peeing in the shower?

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Antonio is hard-working, self-confident, and a strong leader, much like an ESTJ. These “Directors” can also be stubborn and argumentative, which Antonio began to show through his feud with Joey during his short stint on The Circle.

7 Seaburn a.k.a. “Rebecca”: INFP “The Mediator”

Seaburn entered The Circle as a catfish using his girlfriend Rebecca’s photos. He declared that playing as a woman would give him an upper hand and the ability to tap into emotions much more than a man would be able to. Seaburn insists he was genuinely himself the entire game, so both he and Rebecca would be INFPs. Known as “The Mediator,” INFPs are sensitive, loyal, and considerate of people’s feelings.

They can also tend to take things personally, be reserved and/or shy, and be difficult to get to know, which viewers saw firsthand as “Rebecca” had a hard time opening up at first.

6 Sean: ENFJ “The Commander”

Sean came into the game using her good friend’s photos, worried that her true identity as a larger woman wouldn’t benefit her gameplay. Unlike any of the other catfish this season, Sean decided to reveal her true self to the contestants halfway through her game, displaying a great amount of bravery and courage, which harmonize with the ENFJs role as “The Commander.”

ENTJ’s are also confident and trust their intuition and instincts. Sean explained that she only catfished at first because she knows how ruthless social media can be. But, in real life, she’s full of tenacity and pride, knowing she doesn’t need to hide behind someone else’s photos.

5 Joey: ESTP “The Persuader”

Bro-ey Joey! Love him or hate him, Joey definitely has a distinct personality. A straight-shooter with wonderful charisma and fiery energy makes Joey an ESTP, known as “The Persuader.” ESTPs are adaptable, resourceful, action-oriented, and influential.

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Joey was a top contender from the beginning, and every other contestant agreed. Joey was able to persuade and influence his opponent’s decisions while remaining jovial and seemingly harmless. Though incredibly authentic and personable, ESTPs can also be competitive, which suitably helped Joey win the game!

4 Alex a.k.a. “Adam”: INFJ “The Advocate” & ISRP “The Crafter”

Alex, better known in the game as “Adam,” played a duplicitous game, so it’s hard to tell what Alex’s genuine personality type would be versus Adam’s in-game demeanor.

While Adam is extroverted and much more provocative than Alex IRL, Alex is more reserved and sensible. Real-life Alex fits the INFJ personality type, which values deep relationships (ex: his 11-year-long relationship with his wife) and is sensitive to the needs of others, known as “The Advocate.” In contrast, the contrived-superstar Adam is an ISRP, which tend to be much more action-driven, self-confident, and have commitment issues, unlike married Alex.

3 Miranda: ENTP “The Debater”

Miranda had an uphill battle coming into the game later than the first eight contestants. Her bubbly demeanor helped her formed connections with others fast, making her an ENTP—otherwise called “The Debator.”

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Miranda definitely debated in The Circle, defending her identity to be true. She made a romantic connection with Joey and was ultimately eliminated halfway through. Though the pair aren’t officially dating, they still have plans to go out and they talk every day.

2 Bill: INTJ “The Architect”

Basic Bill remained under the radar throughout his time on The Circle. Reserved, quick-to-judge, and rational in his decision-making, Bill is an INTJ, sometimes called “The Architect.” He called out the OG contestants for their smarmy fakeness, claiming they were afraid to speak the truth.

1 Ed & Tammy: ENFJ “The Giver” & ISFJ “The Protector”

Ed and his mom made quite the impact on viewers, who got a first-look into two contestants playing as one. Ed, an ENFJ, is outgoing, encouraging, and organized, demonstrated by his methodical note-taking. ENFJ’s can also be approval-seeking and indecisive.

Conversely, Ed’s mama Tammy exemplifies traits of an ISFJ, a.k.a.“The Protector,” which makes sense considering her role as a mother. ISFJs are sensitive, reliable, and have an eye for detail.

NEXT: 10 Reality Shows to Watch If You Like Netflix’s The Circle


2020-01-27 01:01:30

Briana Kranich

That ’70s Shows Characters: 9 Types of Intelligence | ScreenRant

That ’70s Show is full of quirky, hilarious, and unique characters. We love spending time in Eric’s basement with the gang, and we especially love laughing along with their wild parents. However, it’s pretty obvious that not all of the characters excel at the same things the others do. At the very least, they all have their own talents, and some of them rely on their brains a bit more than others.

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In case you’re wondering which characters think the same way you do, we’ve made a list. We know there are many facets to intelligence, so we’re here to figure out which of the 9 types of intelligence this crew excels the most at. Without further ado, here are the main characters from the show, and their main type of intelligence.

10 Michael Kelso: Bodily-kinesthetic

It’s pretty safe to say that Michael Kelso has fairly limited mental intelligence. Of course, that leaves only a few options, and he certainly excels in this category the best.

This type of person has a variety of physical skills, which makes them good athletes, or anyone that relies on their hands or body more than their brain. Of course, that’s Michael, because we’d be a bit concerned if he had to use that mind of his. But really, he’s actually pretty good when it comes to this type of intelligence.

9 Midge Pinciotti: Intra-personal

Midge also isn’t the brightest tool in the shed, but she does excel pretty well in intra-personal intelligence. This type of person has a high capacity to understand one’s own thoughts and feelings.

Essentially, they know the direction they want to take, and they appreciate themself and their own goals. We know this bugs Bob, but Midge finds her ambition and her heart, and that makes her pretty strong in this category.

8 Red Forman: Linguistic

Red has a pretty particular kind of mind, and we think it’s strongest in this form. He certainly knows how to use words to express himself, and we certainly don’t want to be on the wrong side of that mouth of his.

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Of course, he’s an effective speaker, and his words are always meaningful and powerful (even if they’re a bit blunt and insulting). In this way, we think Red is certainly linguistic.

7 Fez: Spatial

Fez is always stealing our hearts, but he also has pretty limited intelligence when it comes to discerning what he wants OR what others want. Because of this, we think he excels the most at spatial intelligence.

This type of person has an active imagination, and they’re often fascinated by images and possibilities. Of course, this intelligence also involves a lot of daydreaming, which certainly applies to Fez. Now, he just put in some action.

6 Jackie Burkhart: Intra-personal

Jackie also isn’t super-intelligent, but she is super strong-minded when it comes to her own self. She understands her own feelings and thoughts better than anyone we know, and she certainly is confident and comfortable in her own skin.

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She’s very aware of what motivates her and what makes her feel the way she does, which also makes her pretty blunt and honest. We love this about her, and she’s actually super intelligent in this category.

5 Bob Pinciotti: Naturalist

Honestly, we don’t really know how Donna is so smart. Bob is an interesting character, but he certainly struggles with people (and any other type, really) intelligence. So, we think he’s a naturalist.

He likes the outdoors, and he certainly obsesses over things in nature. As well, this type of person is noted to be totally swindled by consumerism, which is quite literally Bob in a nutshell. He likes anything that makes his natural mind swell, doesn’t he?

4 Eric Forman: Logical-mathematical

It’s no secret that Eric doesn’t know what he wants, nor does he usually know what others want. For this reason, he fits best into this type of intelligence.

He’s very symbolic, meaning he usually views relationships in abstract ways. He’s caught up in his mind, and always overthinks everything. He using deductive thinking and tries to find logic in everything he says and does. We wish he’d get out of his head a bit, but right now he excels mostly in this type of intelligence.

3 Steven Hyde: Existential

Hyde was actually pretty difficult to place. Honestly, we think he’s one of the smartest characters on the show. While we think he has many talents and many skills, we think he fits best in the existential intelligence category. Even if Hyde can be pretty pessimistic, he’s always looking at the “why” to things.

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He understands the deep problems rooted in society, and he’s always thinking about why things are the way they are. He wants to know why we’re living, and he has pretty creative ways to live this life to his fullest. Hyde may hide this type of intelligence, but he certainly excels at it.

2 Kitty Forman: Interpersonal

Kitty is our favorite sitcom mom, and she certainly excels at being just that. She’s pretty impressive at discerning the thoughts of others, including both verbal and nonverbal communication.

She understands how everyone’s feeling, usually before they even do themselves. She’s sensitive and kind, and she’s always one step ahead of everyone. Because of all this, Kitty is certainly high in interpersonal intelligence. She’s also very open-minded and is incredibly understanding.

1 Donna Pinciotti: Existential

Donna has many types of intelligence and is unarguably the smartest character in the series. However, we think Donna is always focused the most on the bigger picture.

While she excels in most of the other categories, she fits here the best. She is the one that’s always tackling deep questions, and she’s never satisfied with the regular life course or the “just because” response. She wants to know what life is about, and she wants to achieve so much more than just living and dying. Donna is one smart cookie, and she certainly excels in existential intelligence.

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2019-12-22 03:12:41

Meah Peers

The Myers-Briggs® Types Of Twin Peaks Characters | ScreenRant

Twin Peaks is one of those TV shows that is both brilliant and also confusing. Even the biggest fans can admit to saying “huh?” a few times while watching the two seasons, along with the 2017 revival. But that’s part of the fun, and when a series looks so beautiful and is so interesting, fans are always going to want to come back for more.

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Part of the show’s success is the great characters, who are unique and different. Here are the Myers-Briggs® Types of the main characters on Twin Peaks.

10 Margaret Lanterman/Log Lady: INFP

Catherine E. Coulson’s Twin Peaks character, called the Log Lady, seems like she would be an INFP or “Thoughtful Idealist.” These personality types have “moral commitments to what they believe in” and are “creative” and “introspective.”

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These traits describe this character, as she is never seen without her trusty log, and she says that the log tells her different things. She’s definitely someone who has very strong opinions and she’s also “deep” and “original.”

9 Bobby Briggs: ENFP

Dana Ashbrook played Bobby Briggs, Laura Palmer’s boyfriend, although the two didn’t have a great, loving relationship. Instead, she liked that he was a drug dealer. He was more interested in Shelly Johnson and the two started dating behind both of their partner’s backs, that was a truly bad idea since her husband Leo Johnson was a violent, abusive jerk.

Bobby is the kind of person who thinks that he can move through life because of his physical attractiveness and his charm. He also seems to want to improve his financial situation, although he doesn’t care if he does so through illegal means. Bobby seems like an ENFP or “Imaginative Motivator.”

8 Maddy Ferguson: ISFP

Since Maddy Ferguson (Sheryl Lee) comes to town to assist Laura’s friends James Hurley and Donna Hayward into looking into what happened to Laura, her MBTI would be ISFP or “Versatile Supporter.”

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She’s “cooperative” especially when people say that she looks a lot like Laura, who is her cousin, and she uses that to try to discover what really went down. She’s also “observant” and “attuned to others.”

7 James Hurley: INTP

James Marshall’s Twin Peaks character, James Hurley, was having an affair with Laura Palmer, and he became really invested in solving her death. He’s the strong, silent type, and seems like a bit of a hopeless romantic, as he has many love interests throughout the show. But nothing ever works out for him and it’s unclear whether he’s mysterious in a good way or up to no good.

Because he doesn’t always talk a lot and comes from a terrible family, he seems like an INTP or “Objective Analyst.” He’s “reserved” and “detached” as well as being “intensely curious,” especially about Laura’s murder.

6 Leland Palmer: ISTJ

Ray Wise’s Twin Peaks character, Leland Palmer, is Laura’s dad. He’s a popular lawyer and everything in his life is going just fine until Laura is murdered and he starts acting really weird. Fans learn that he’s been taken over by “BOB” (the evil spirit).

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Before this happens, though, Leland’s MBTI would most closely align with ISTJ or “Responsible Realist.” As a lawyer, he’s “systematic” and “orderly” as well as being “calm” and “reliable.”

5 Donna Hayward: ISTP

Donna Hayward (Lara Flynn Boyle) and Laura are the best of friends before her death.

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Donna’s main goal is locating Laura’s killer and solving this big mystery, so her MBTI would be ISTP or “Logical Pragmatist.” She sounds like this description: “They can remain calm while managing a crisis, quickly deciding what needs to be done to solve the problem.” She’s someone who will “lead through action” and she has other traits of this personality type, including being “independent” and “confident.”

4 Shelly Johnson: ISTJ

Shelly Johnson (Mädchen Amick) has quite the troubled home life as she’s trapped in an abusive marriage. She works at the diner as a waitress and she’s searching for true love and a much better situation than the one that she’s in. That is what draws her to Bobby, as they have a secret romance, and later, they become husband and wife after she manages to get away from Leo.

Shelly’s MBTI would be ISTJ or “Practical Helper.” She fits the ISTJ description of someone who will “enjoy serving the needs of others and providing practical assistance.” Shelly seems to have good intentions but she is weaker than she means to be, and she even realizes that her child, Becky, is in a similar abusive marriage to the one that she had with Leo.

3 Audrey Horne: INTJ

Audrey Horne (Sherilyn Fenn) isn’t a very likable or nice character. She comes from a wealthy home but unfortunately, her dad never treated her well and so she has spent her whole life looking for the kind of compassion and connection that she needed from her family.

Audrey sounds like an INTJ or “Conceptual Planner.” She’s “original” and “objectively critical” and is known as the person who is always looking out for number one. She’s also “firm” and “independent.”

2 Laura Palmer: ESTJ

Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) is a tricky character. Fans know that at first, when Twin Peaks viewers learn about her death in the pilot, she seems like the typical girl next door/Homecoming Queen/popular girl. But it seems that Laura led a double life as she was on drugs and involved in some illegal businesses.

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Because of everything that she had going on behind the scenes, Laura’s MBTI would be ESTJ or “Efficient Organizer.” These personality types “often have an extensive network of contacts and are willing to make tough decisions when necessary.” They’re also “direct” and “impersonal.”

1 Dale Cooper: ENFP

Kyle MacLachlan’s Twin Peaks character, Special Agent Dale Cooper, is known for his love of coffee and pie, but he’s also determined to find out what happened to Laura Palmer.

Dale seems like an ENFP or “Imaginative Motivator.” ENTPs are “willing to consider almost any possibility” which is what he does for this case, especially when he records himself all the time. He’s also “expressive” and “curious” and “friendly.” Dale is one of the best, most popular characters on Twin Peaks and his quotes about coffee have been turned into many memes, which isn’t surprising.

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2019-11-03 01:11:18

Aya Tsintziras

The Myers-Briggs® Types Of Keanu Reeves Movie Characters

Keanu Reeves has always been one of the biggest stars in Hollywood, but 2019 has been an especially big year for him. Not only has he starred in a number of huge acclaimed movies, but the public, in general, seems to have clued into how great of a person he is in real life. Reeves has become a sensation on the internet, making him a beloved figure beyond the movies.

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As charming and kind as Reeves seems in real life, he has also created some classic cinematic characters over the years. Reeves can play the heroic action star just as well as he can play the lovable goofball. If you want to find out which of these characters best fits your own personality, have a look at the Myers Briggs Type Indicator of personality types for Keanu Reeves characters.

10 John Constantine (Constantine): INTP

John Constantine is one of the darker characters Reeves has played. He is a man who is cursed to live among demons and angels while on earth and who knows he must go to Hell when he finally does die. He is also a very determined man who works extremely hard to accomplish his goals.

Like most INTP personalities, Constantine is not an easy person to get along with. He is reserved and doesn’t like getting close to people. He prefers to work alone, but when he is on the job, he’s highly effective. He creates workable theories and investigates until he can find effective solutions to the problems.

9 Duke Caboom (Toy Story 4): INTJ

Duke Caboom is one of the new characters introduced in Toy Story 4 and completely steals the show. Voiced by Reeves, Duke is an action figure who is dubbed as Canada’s greatest stuntman. Sadly he has some trouble following through on his stunts after being rejected by his former owner for not following through on the promise of the commercial.

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Duke’s outrageous personality is a clear INTJ type. Despite his shortcomings, he is a very determined toy that wants nothing more than to give his full effort. He has great vision for his plans and turns them into actions. As we see with his criticism of Woody’s plans, he holds himself and everyone else to high standards.

8 Don John (Much Ado About Nothing): INFJ

Reeves doesn’t often get a chance to play the villain, nor flex his Shakespearan acting muscles, but Much Ado About Nothing gave him the opportunity for both. Reeves plays Don John, the bastard brother of the respected Don Pedro. Don John is bitter about how his bastard status makes him an outcast and devises a plan for revenge.

As an INFJ personality, Don John stays in his own company rather than follow others. He is intuitive about others and is able to exploit that. He is quiet, but driven and will not stop until he sees his plans carried out to the end.

7 Johnny Utah (Point Break): ISTP

Point Break is one of the many classic action films Reeves has starred in and his character of Johnny Utah is one of his best hero roles. Utah is a determined and driven young FBI agent but his ISTP personality really begins to shine through when he gets involved with a group of extreme sport outlaws.

Utah naturally takes to their wild lifestyle as ISTP types are known to be risk-takers. As he becomes closer to the group he’s attempting to shut down, he develops a strong loyalty to them, as well as staying loyal to his job. But despite being a lawman, he’s unconcerned with breaking the rules when needed.

6 Ted Theodore Logan (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure): ESTP

These days, we don’t often get to see the silly side of Keanu Reeves, but that is how he was introduced to many moviegoers with his role as Ted in Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventures. As a lovable yet dim wannabe rockstar, Ted is one of Reeves’ most entertaining characters and a clear ESTP personality.

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Ted is a doer, not a thinker. Long explanations bore him and he’s more interested in getting the straight answer as quickly and easily as possible. He is a very loyal friend and with great people skills. He is fun-loving and enjoys a fast-paced lifestyle.

5 Keanu Reeves (Always Be My Maybe): ISFP

Always Be My Maybe is a charming Netflix romantic comedy starring Ali Wong and Randall Park as two friends who begin falling for each other. However, it is Reeves who steals the show as an exaggerated version of himself. Reeves is having a lot of fun poking fun at his image and he presents himself as a definite ISFP personality.

Reeves is seen as an incredibly open-minded and thoughtful person, even to an extreme. He is a great admirer of beauty and has a very easy-going approach to anything. He makes a big deal about following his own path and being a free-spirit which feels like it might be close to the real Keanu Reeves.

4 Kevin Lomax (The Devil’s Advocate): INFJ

In The Devil’s Advocate, Kevin Lomax is an extremely successful young lawyer who is hired to work for a big-city law firm. Kevin gradually discovers his new job and new boss are much darker than they first appeared. As we see Kevin’s descent into darkness, we get a sense of his INFJ personality.

Lomax is a noble man who strives to do the right thing. He is continually tested and tempted with sin throughout the film, but ultimately, he resists and does what he thinks is best. He is an extremely hard worker and wants to serve in positions that recognize his talents. He is also intuitive of others which helps make him an excellent lawyer.

3 Neo (The Matrix): INTJ

Neo is a man who goes through some huge changes over the course of the Matrix series. He begins the story as a mild-mannered office worker and gradually becomes the savior of humanity. However, his INTJ personality is quite clear through his entire arc.

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Like other INTJ personalities, Neo looks at the bigger picture and searches for meaning. When he discovers his unique abilities, he strives to become better and pushes himself to extremes. Despite being the person everyone looks to as a leader, he is comfortable following those he trusts.

2 Jack Traven (Speed): INFP

INFP personalities are interested in serving humanity. This fits quite well with the hero-cop character of Jack Traven from Speed. Jack is someone who wants to help people and keep them safe. He is willing to put himself in dangerous situations to ensure he succeeds in his mission of helping the innocent.

Jack is a quick-thinker, able to problem solve in high-stress scenarios. He is also good at adapting. Sometimes his solutions are creative (maybe even dangerous) but he can read a situation and determine the best possible outcome.

1 John Wick (John Wick): ISTJ

John Wick has quickly become one of Reeves’ most iconic characters. Appearing in three movies to date, John Wick is an extremely deadly man who is unstoppable when he sets his mind to something. That certainly sounds like an ISTJ personality.

ISTJ people are very thorough and dependable. If you wrong John Wick, you can depend on him to make sure you’re punished appropriately. He prefers a peaceful life, but when his values and beliefs are targeted, he fights back. He is organized and has clear goals. And he will complete whatever goal he has in mind, no matter how many people he needs to kill.

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2019-07-11 01:07:34

Colin McCormick

The Myers-Briggs® Types Of Saved By The Bell Characters

Every ’90s child has a happy memory of Saved By the Bell. There was something about the theme song, the colorful clothing that the characters wear, and the corny situations. Sure, this might not be a show that we watch regularly (and we might not even be able to find re-runs very often) but we still can think of it while smiling.

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The characters on Saved By the Bell are kind-hearted and it’s cool to think about their Myers-Briggs® Personality Types. What would Kelly, Zack, Slater, and Jessie be, along with the rest of the gang?

Here are the MBTIs of the Saved By the Bell characters.

10 Violet Anne Bickerstaff: ISTJ

Tori Spelling had many high-profile roles back in the ’80s and ’90s: she was Donna Martin on Beverly Hills, 90210 and she was also Violet Anne Bickerstaff on Saved By the Bell. We might remember her as the girl who dates Screech.

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Fans of Saved By the Bell will recall her patterned, grandma-style dresses, along with the two high braids that she always wore. Violet is presented as a dork, just like Screech, and there isn’t a lot more to her. When it comes to her MBTI, it would have to be ISTJ or “Responsible Realist.”

ISTJs are “sensible” people who “focus on tasks.” If Violet had a school assignment to do, we bet that she would do it totally perfectly. She can always be relied on.

9 Stacey Carosi: INTP

Stacey Carosi (Leah Remini) is a Malibu Sands Beach Club employee and fans will recall that the Bayside High gang was all employed there over the summer. Those were some good times.

She’s a fairly minor character, but fans will probably remember that she and Zack have crushes on each other. There’s some drama since her dad isn’t big on her dating him, and she’s not even super sure about him at first. She actually makes fun of him for a little while.

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Since Stacey is a girl who is self-assured and knows what she wants, her MBTI would be INTP or “Objective Analyst.” INTPs “think strategically” and “typically adopt a detached and concise way of analyzing the world.” This is exactly what Stacey does: she thinks that Zack is too much of a chill California guy at first.

8 Tori Scott: INTJ

Tori Scott (Leanna Creel) is another minor character on Saved By the Bell who was only on the series for a short amount of time. When she was on it, she and Zack dated, and she was always in a leather jacket. This was definitely a stark contrast to the styles of the rest of the Bayside High kids as we can recall their very colorful outfits.

Fans will definitely remember one thing about Tori: she was in ten episodes of the show… and Jessie and Kelly weren’t on it during that time. People call this “The Tori Paradox.”

What would Tori’s MBTI be? We don’t know a lot about her, but we do know that a.) she marches to her own drummer since she wears leather jackets in a sea of colorful patterns and b.) she’s a pretty strong character. That would make her MBTI INTJ or “Conceptual Planner.” INTJs are “decisive” and “original.” They get worried by “mindless rule followers” which is totally Tori.

7 Mr. Richard Belding: ISTP

There are certain fictional teachers or principals who remain in the hearts of fans years after they watch the show. Mr. Feeny on Boy Meets World is one of them, and so is Mr. Richard Belding on Saved By the Bell.

Richard Belding (Dennis Haskins) is your typical tough principal. He cares about the rules and is convinced that Zack and the gang are always up to no good. He always says, “Hey, hey, hey, hey! What is going on here?”

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Mr. Belding’s MBTI is ISTP or “Logical Pragmatist.” ISTPs like to fix something that has gone wrong, and more than that, they stay perfectly chill the whole time. They’re also “factual” and “careful observers.” That sounds like Mr. Belding who rules the school and has to make sure everything is running smoothly.

6 Samuel “Screech” Powers: ISFP

Screech (Dustin Diamond) is one of the most memorable characters on Saved By the Bell. His MBTI is ISFP or “Versatile Supporter.” He’s a dork, sure, but he’s also totally there for everyone (Lisa Turtle most of all since he has a big crush on her). This personality type is described as “loyal” which is definitely Screech.

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The most interesting thing about Screech is that while he’s incredibly dorky, he’s not trying to be popular or trying to change his personality. He accepts who he is. That sounds like an ISFP, too, as they have “strong values.”

5 Lisa Turtle: ENTJ

Lisa Turtle (Lark Voorhies) is an ENTJ or “Decisive Strategist.” She adores several things, from dressing well to being a beloved member of the Bayside High School student population, and she’s not one to change her mind or back down.

ENTJs “think strategically about the future” which is what Lisa is like since she has ambitions to be a designer. We know that she will do that and if there was ever a reboot about the characters a few decades after the show ended, she would be working in fashion.

4 Jessie Spano: INFP

Elizabeth Berkeley’s Saved By the Bell character, Jessie Spano, is definitely an INTP or “Thoughtful Idealist.” She cares about a lot of causes and people, including her pals and her boyfriend A.C. Slater.

INTPs are “complex” and “devoted.” We always got the feeling that Jessie was super intelligent and that she was a fully developed character, and she was the star of many crucial episodes, like when she took caffeine pills.

INTPs don’t like “open disrespect” which sounds like Jessie, too, since she is always on Slater to be more respectful.

3 A.C. Slater: ESTP

A.C. Slater (Mario Lopez) has a nickname for his best friend, Zack Morris — “Preppy” — and he seems like a pretty happy-go-lucky kind of guy. Anyone who watched Saved By the Bell back in the day will remember the core group: Slater, Zack, Kelly, and Jessie. Slater’s MBTI would be ESTP or “Enterprising Explorer.”

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Slater’s into sports and his girlfriend, Jessie, and seems like a really friendly, extraverted person.  “Outgoing” and “enthusiastic” are two of the ESTP descriptors and that would be Slater, too.

2 Kelly Kapowski: ENTP

Kelly (Tiffani Theissen) and Zack (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) are Mrs. and Mr. Popular at Bayside High School, which makes them a perfect pair. She’s a cheerleader and seems like a sweet person, even though many popular TV and film characters are often total jerks.

Kelly’s MBTI is ENFP or “Imaginative Motivator.” These types have a “zest for life” which sounds a lot like Kelly since we always see her in an amazing mood and ready to take on whatever is going on. It’s cool that Kelly is so much nicer than the typical popular girl in many teen dramas, and she’s easy to like.

1 Zack Morris: ENTP

Zack Morris is an ENTP or “Enterprising Explorer.” He’s often making mistakes and coming up with ideas, like when he wants Lisa to be a kind of Agony Aunt figure and help others out with their problems. Unfortunately Zack is always trying to get more money than anything else, so it doesn’t work out well.

There’s always one kid who is trying his best to have tons of fun at school and he convinces everyone else to join in. That’s definitely Zack. He has many of the traits that an ENTP has: he’s “clever” and “curious.”

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2019-04-25 03:04:52

Aya Tsintziras

The Myers-Briggs® Types Of Travelers Characters

Travelers is an exciting and interesting Netflix show about, well, travelers – consciousnesses sent back in time to host bodies. These people are also working to save humanity, but they come into these existing worlds, taking over lives filled with spouses, fights, babies, homework, addictions, health issues and more.

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And MBTI is the Myers–Briggs Type Indicator, with differing psychological preferences. There are different categories, and based on personalities, behaviors and other traits, people can be sorted into these MBTI groups. Of course, there is more to humans that just these identifiers – but most people will identify with one group over the rest.

How would the characters of Travelers be sorted…?

10 Grant MacLaren – ENFJ

Grant MacLaren is an ENFJ. He is responsive and responsible. He knows what will motivate people. He can find potential in any circumstance and in any person. That is a big part of his job – helping others fulfill their potential and acting as catalysts for growth. As fans watch Grant deal with his Travelers and with Kathryn, they see that he can be a loyal and kind friend and husband (since, like all of these others, his host had a life before all of this) but that his leadership position is the most important thing to him in his life.

9 Carly Shannon – ESTJ

The next Traveler, Carly Shannon, seems most like an ESTJ, since she is practical, realistic and decisive. Her personality helps her move quickly to implement strategies and organize projects, which all quite handy for the team tactician. Whether Carly is working or dealing with issues at home, she is focused on getting results in the most efficient way possible, showing off skills relating to routine details, logical standards and systematic flows. She also does not take anything from anyone, so she can sometimes be forceful in implementing her plans and is a fiesty, smart and bold leader.

8 Trevor Holden – ENFP

It can be hard to place someone inside just one of these categories, but Trevor Holden seems like an ENFP. His host is a popular jock, and his role is the team engineer.

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Therefore, he has these fun and warm traits combined with these practical and efficient ones. Through it all and for the most part, Trevor is enthusiastic, supportive and flexible. He can make connections between events and information very quickly and confidently, which also makes him good at improvising. Trevor is also a caring individual who shows consideration in many different moments and episodes, which is refreshing.

7 Philip Pearson – INTJ

As an INTJ, Philip Pearson has an original minds, with a unique personality and style. As the team historian, he can quickly see patterns in events and develop explanatory perspectives that help the Travelers. He is organized and can get his job done… even with his issues, weaknesses and struggles in life. Philip can also be sort of skeptical, because he is an independent guy with that sort of bad boy, no-nonsense, all-I-need-is-me thing going on (within himself and within his host). When he does trust someone, though, he is there for them and will slowly open up to them, too.

6 Marcy Warton – INTP

An INTP, like Marcy here, is more interested in ideas than in social interaction. These people are quiet and contained, focused, logical and analytical. Since Marcy is a medical professional and since she is dealing with some really abstract things, as a Traveler, these traits seem to be quite helpful. However, as someone who already had a life and then had a love interest, being this skeptical and critical means that Marcy can come across as sort of cold and uncaring. She is in a unique position, but a viewer can’t help but feel sorry for David, which brings about the next point…

5 David Mailer – ISFP

David Mailer is also an introvert, as he is quiet and a little awkward at times but super kind and caring. As an ISFP, he likes to have his own space and time, but when it comes to duties – like his work and his relationships – he is loyal and committed.

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David has a sensitive personality, one that doesn’t like disagreements or conflicts, so he would never force his opinions on anyone. However, he could only take so many secrets and mysteries from Marcy and the other Travelers, so he does have limits – yet remains so sweet and patient!

4 Grace Day – ENTP

Grace Day is stimulating, alert, outspoken – an ENTP! Her quick ways make her resourceful in solving challenging problems (whether she is guiding students at school or helping the Travelers), as she is analytical and good at reading other people. Her energy makes her get bored by routine, which is good, we suppose, since on this television series, anything can happen at anytime. Grace definitely adds some zest to things, whether anyone else wants to hear what she has to say or not. She means well, though, as a guidance counselor and as a counselor of sort to those around her as a Traveler.

3 Kathryn Maclaren – ESFJ

As an ESFJ, Kathryn Maclaren is warmhearted and cooperative. She works with determination to have a happy and harmonious life. She enjoys being organized and keep things orderly. She is loyal and considerate, noticing what others need in their day-by-day lives and trying to provide it. Along those same lines, she wants to be appreciated for all of this… yet she is with a Traveler! Grant’s body is a host, so this disconnect caused even more issues for this couple. When she needs to, Kathryn is not afraid to speak up and say what she is needing in life and in her relationship.

2 Jeff Conniker – ESTP

Not everyone will show off every trait when it comes to MBTI, but out of all of them, Jeff Conniker seems like an ESTP. He always wants immediate results. He does not care about theories or long explanations.

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He is always energetically living (whether he is on the job or with Carly), focusing on the here-and-now and acting spontaneously, without really thinking everything through all the time. These types can often be found being active with others and learning through doing, which we suppose Jeff did… He just did some other, bigger, not-so-great things, as well.

1 The Director – ENTJ

And then there is The Director, an ENTJ. People in this category are frank, decisive leaders, which certainly sounds like this unique character. ENTJs can quickly see illogical and inefficient procedures and policies and then can come up with detailed solutions. They enjoy planning, are well-informed and serve as educators of sorts, passing along information and strategies. However, they can also be forceful when presenting their ideas, as they are logical beings who just want efficiency seen in everything, all the time. Although The Director is a complex entity, these traits all sound like a fit here!

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2019-04-25 03:04:24

Bri Thomas

The Myers-Briggs® Types Of Fuller House Characters

People often say that TV has gone pretty wild for reboots in the past few years, and that is definitely true. When it was announced that there would be a Netflix reboot of the popular sitcom Full House, ’90s kids were curious to see what it would be like.

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While Fuller House is ending its run soon and the fifth season will be its last, there are plenty of cute (and, yes, cheesy at times) episodes to watch. The best part about Fuller House is that some of the old characters are back, along with some new faces. Let’s think about the Myers-Briggs® Personality Types of the gang.

Here are the MBTI of Fuller House characters.

9 Danny Tanner: ISTJ

Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) only appears in a few episodes of Fuller House but he’s a solid addition to the Netflix reboot. Fans remember him as the neat freak who looks after his daughters with so much love and compassion. It’s always good to see a familiar character on a reboot since it reminds viewers why they love the series so much.

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Danny’s MBTI would be ISTJ or “Responsible Realist.” The official description says, “They typically enjoy working within clearly defined systems and processes in a traditional, task-oriented, decisive way.” That is exactly how Danny approaches cleaning. He’s also “thorough” and “practical.”

8 Matt Harmon: ISTP

Matt Harmon (John Brotherton) is one of DJ’s love interests, and fans who don’t want her to end up with her former boyfriend Steve definitely root for DJ and Matt. They work together and he’s very kind toward her.

Since Matt is a doctor, he’s an organized guy who seems like a good, loyal person. His MBTI is ISTP or “Logical Pragmatist.” He’s not one to freak out when something goes wrong, which is good since he’s a vet who works with animals and there are some mishaps that happen at the clinic. ISTPs are also “confident” which describes Matt, who knows that he loves DJ and even proposes to her.

Kimmy Gibbler’s husband, Fernando (played by Juan Pablo Di Pace), is sweet and funny. The two make an awesome couple, and it’s refreshing to see a sitcom pair who have their ups and downs. They are both equally quirky but we can tell that they’re figuring out how to make their marriage work, which is fairly realistic.

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Fernando is exactly who he is and not concerned about what others think of him. His MBTI would be ENFJ or “Compassionate Facilitator.” Fernando is a wonderful husband and really wants what is best for Kimmy and their daughter, Ramona. ENFJs “make decisions that respect and take into account the impact on others” which is exactly him. He composes a song “Kimberlina, Mi Amor” so he’s an artistic person as well.

7 Jackson Fuller: ESFJ

DJ’s son Jackson Fuller is a sweet kid who is fairly typical. He wants to go out with Lola, he wants to be popular, and he loves his family (even if they drive him nuts all the time… just like the good old days on Full House).

Jackson is an ESFJ or “Supportive Contributor.” He would do anything for the people that he loves, particularly Lola, and is the kind of person who would definitely change his looks or personality in order to be liked. Jackson is also much more vulnerable than he appears, and he sounds like an ESFJ in that aspect as well: this personality type doesn’t like having a “lack of emotional support.” He may try to look cool but he still needs his mom.

6 Max Fuller: ENTP

Elias Harger plays the adorable Max Fuller, DJ’s other son. Max is totally hilarious. He is especially confident and loves being around his family. He’s even got a crush on a girl named Rose (McKenna Grace).

Max is often dreaming up plans, which makes him an ENTP or “Enterprising Explorer.” He may be young but that won’t stop him. For instance, in the second season, he creates a farm in his backyard.  ENTPs are “questioning” and they can find artistic and different ways to approach a situation, which is the way that Max operates for sure.

5 Ramona Gibbler: ISFP

Soni Bringas plays Kimmy’s daughter Ramona, who is a super talented dancer and performer. She has the quirks of her mom (watching the two of them break into a dance sequence is both cheesy and amazing) and she’s a good kid.

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Ramona is as sensitive as any young girl who is experiencing crushes and the weird stuff that happens in middle and high school, and she fluctuates between being self-assured and being insecure. Her MBTI would be ISFP or “Versatile Supporter.” These are people who assist other people without losing who they are. Ramona is always there for her mom and dad, but she’s her own girl, too.

4 Jimmy Gibbler: ENFP

Jimmy Gibbler is played by and his MBTI would be ENFP or “Imaginative Motivator.” The description of this type — “Their energy is stimulated by new people and experiences” — is exactly Jimmy. He’s fun, friendly, and he falls in love with Stephanie Tanner, which is sweet to watch.

Jimmy could be called “gregarious” which is one of the descriptors for this personality type. Jimmy also dislikes details and he has that in common with ENFPs. Like his sister Kimmy, Jimmy is a bit weird, but it works and he’s fully himself.

3 Stephanie Tanner: ENTJ

The girl who once said “How rude” (along with many other hilarious things) is now an adult who is still living in the Tanner house. These days, she dreams of becoming pregnant, is a DJ, and also writes songs.

Jodie Sweeten plays this character with a certain kind of ditzy charm. Stephanie would be an ENTJ or “Decisive Strategist.” While she often seems like she’s happy-go-lucky and would be fine with anything that happens, she actually sets goals for herself. She wants to start a family and find some success. ENTJs are “take charge” people who are “tough when necessary” and that’s totally Stephanie. She’s a sister that D.J. can count on and a good friend to Kimmy (and probably never imagined she would be Kimmy’s pal).

2 Kimmy Gibbler: ESTP

Kimmy Gibbler definitely has to be an ESTP or “Energetic Problem-Solver.” She’s larger than life, very artistic, and likes being with a large group of people. It makes sense, then, that she would become a party planner.

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ESTPs aren’t ones for “isolation” and they are “fun-loving” and “versatile.” We all remember Kimmy as the next door neighbor who drives Stephanie and Michelle nuts (and, okay, the rest of the family, too). She’s best pals with D.J. so everyone is somewhat okay with her. Kimmy gets her due for sure in Fuller House and we get to watch her come into her own as a smart woman who may be quirky but that is her whole charm.

1 D.J. Tanner-Fuller: INFJ

INFJs or “Insightful Visionaries” are “quietly inspiring” which is definitely D.J. Tanner-Fuller. She’s smart (she runs her household perfectly and also her own vet clinic), she’s sweet (she’s impossible to dislike), and she even has two guys who want to marry her.

D.J. doesn’t like when things are messy (she got that trait from her dad) and she’s also someone who won’t rest until she makes something happen. It’s fun to watch D.J. as an adult running the Tanner house.

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Aya Tsintziras