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.
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
Word-for-word conversation from a car ride.
INFP: Look at that sunset! Isn’t it gorgeous? With the cream and yellow and blue and violet and orange.
INTP: Sunsets on mars are blue.
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.
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
INTP: erasable pens
INFJ: oil pastels
ISFJ: white pencil
ISFP: colored pencils
ESTP: spray paint
ENFJ: oil paints
ENTP: whiteboard markers
Slowly getting through these fact sets. We hath reached the extroverts! On another note, I feel rather bad saying this, but I don’t think I’ll be doing a post on each letter (E/I, S/N, F/T, P/J). I think it would be more helpful to instead take a look at each cognitive function, since those are really what make the types what they are, not the letters. *nods*