Wingfeather MBTI

One of my favorite artists and authors, Andrew Peterson, has this amazing Kickstarter campaign to turn his series The Wingfeather Saga into a TV series. There are only 32 hours left to the campaign, and they’re $36,178 from their largest stretch goal. In honor of the campaign (and as a way to advertise for it because everyone should check it out and back it), I tried to type the characters from the saga. As hard as I tried, I couldn’t think of any ENTJ characters, so if any of you have suggestions I’d love to hear them in the comments. =D Also, a lot of these are tentative guesses since I haven’t read the books in awhile.

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INFP – Leeli
INFJ – Janner (and Nia)
INTJ – Guildmaster Clout
INTP – Oskar N. Reteep
ISTP – Thorne and Kelvey O’Sally
ISTJ – Artham
ISFJ – Sara Cobbler
ISFP – Amula Rainwater
ESFP – Kalmar
ESFJ – Rudric
ESTJ – Podo
ESTP – Maraly
ENTP – Bonifer
ENTJ – [give your idea in the comments!]
ENFJ – Gammon
ENFP – Armulyn

Cognitive Functions: Night Owl

NOTE: I’ve got a few of the cognitive function posts written, so keep your eyes out for them in the near future. =D I’m just a little nervous because I’m not positive I’m describing them all completely accurately . . . but hopefully they can help explain functions at least a little bit. Until then, enjoy this:

INFP is working on things and looks at the clock to see, much to her surprise, that it’s already 11:45.

Fi: Oh no. It’s late. Our parents don’t like us being up this late, and it’s important that we respect their wishes.

Ne: But look at all the stuff we’re getting done! After we finish this collage we could jot down a poem and still be in bed before midnight.

Si: I don’t know, guys. Last time we stayed up this late we were really tired in the morning. We should go to sleep.

Ne: Aw Si you’re no fun. If we don’t write the poem now, we never will.

Si: That’s true. Based on past experiences, we have a hard time picking up ideas again if we don’t address them immediately.

Ne: See? Let’s write this!

Fi: And I do want to express my emotions on its topic…

Ne: You know you want to, Fi.

Fi: But still, we shouldn’t be up.

Te: You’re wasting time arguing. You could have finished the poem by now.

Ne: Te’s right. Or we could make another collage. Or write a story. Or––

Fi: Poem. That’s all. Then we’re going to bed.

Ne: *grouches*

INFP finishes the poem and is now lying in bed.

Fi: We’re still in bed before midnight, and before our brother. We’re fine.

Si: Unless we wake up tomorrow and are exhausted.

Ne: Guys I have another story idea.

Si: We stayed up too late three nights ago and regretted it. It’s going to happen again.

Ne: Guys we need to write it.

Si: And then we’re going to feel bad because we knew we should have gone to bed anyway.

Ne: Guysguysguys it’s a really cool story idea.

Fi: But at least we wrote the poem. We didn’t squander the time we were up.

Ne: GUYS––


Conversations: J vs. P

Note: Only three people in the group (of about seven or so) knew about MBTI, and only ISFJ and your resident INFP knew about the cognitive functions.
INFP: *sitting on counter swinging legs while deep in thought*
ISTJ: Are you silently judging us all?
INFP: What? No, I’m a perceiver.
INFP: ISFJ’s a judger though! *points finger*
ISFJ: Bah, perceivers. My introverted sensing collects all the memories you forget about.
INFP: But my extroverted intuition collects ALL THE POSSIBILITIES. *sticks out tongue*
ISFJ2: Did you just stick your tongue out at her?
INFP: Uh, yes? This is a rather frequent occurrence when we get in arguments.
ISFJ: *nods*
ISFJ2: Good to know.

MBTI and Love Languages

I’ve been wondering for awhile if people’s love languages have anything to do with their personality types. Comment with your personality type and your love language, and maybe it’ll help us find out. If you have more than one love language, put your second/third ones in parenthesis after your first. I’m not going to do my exact one for an example, since I don’t really know what my love languages are, but:

INFP, quality time (touch, acts of service)

If you don’t know your love language, there’s a quiz here, though I can’t say how completely accurate it is.

Shopping With The Cognitive Functions

{Life Experiences of an INFP}

INFP walks into a craft store.

Fi: Oooh which supplies are my favorite?


Si: What colors have we used frequently before? We should get the most of those types since we’ll probably use them the most.

Te: Just choose something already.

Conversations: Going Out

ESFP: INFJ! Can we go out?
INFJ: Go out to do . . . ?
ESFP: I don’t know. Just go out. We could go to Target and drive around and everything!
INFJ: I need to clean the fridge and do the laundry. I don’t think so.
ESFP: Buuuut . . .
INFJ: Maybe Thursday. I can’t promise, in case I fall ill and die, but we’ll see. Plus, didn’t we just go out?
ESFP: What? No . . .
INFJ: Yeah, on Saturday.
ESFP: But that’s like three days ago!
INFJ: I need some time inside, ESFP.
ESFP: *sighs* Okay.

Art Media

Behold, my first types list! Or, well, my first finished one. I’ve got some others in the works too. 0=) But, since it’s my first, I apologize for any errors I might have made. It’s purely for amusement.

MBTI as art media/writing utensils

INTJ: graphite
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INTP: erasable pens

INFP: watercolors

INFJ: oil pastels

ISFJ: white pencil

ISTJ: charcoal

ISTP: chalk

ISFP: colored pencils

ESFP: crayons

ESTP: spray paint

ESTJ: pens

ESFJ: highlighters

ENFJ: oil paints

ENFP: markers

ENTP: whiteboard markers

ENTJ: sharpies