Tag game: characters who share the same personality type as you
i was tagged by the lovely, reallivemannequin. 8)
If you don’t know your personality type, take the test here.
Rules: Find out what characters share the same personality type as you here and list the characters that you find relevant below. Then tag five friends and let them know you tagged them!
From TV Tropes’ write-up: ISFJs are loyal, orderly and sensitive. They can be very shy around people they don’t know, but are the sort of person who will always remember your birthday, and are never accidentally offensive.
- Suki from Avatar: The Last Airbender
- Shirley Bennett from Community
- Joan Watson from Elementary
- Olivia Dunham from Fringe
- Ann Perkins from Parks and Recreation
- Setsuna Meioh/Sailor Pluto from Sailor Moon
!!! oh man this is gonna be interesting:
INTJ: the mastermind: INTJs are clever, analytical, pragmatic and logical, and are not scared to tell someone (or themselves) when they’re being stupid. they emphasize efficiency, making them simultaneously loners and excellent leaders. their natural talent for planning and system-building often makes them the perfect villains.
- ben wyatt, parks and recreation
- rosa diaz, brooklyn nine-nine
- ross geller, friends
- kurt hummel, glee
- severus snape, lord voldemort, harry potter
- arthur, inception
- amon, unalaq, the legend of korra
- scar, the lion king
- loki, marvel
- GLaDOS, portal
- professor james moriarty, sherlock holmes
- tywin lannister, game of thrones
- raven, teen titans
- atticus finch, to kill a mockingbird
!!! just saw this sorry roomie
ENFP: the champion: ENFPs are fiercely independent, and much more than stability and security, they crave creativity and freedom.
- Aang, Avatar: the Last Airbender (!!!!! me!!!!)
- Marty McFly, Back to the Future
- Linda Belcher, Bob’s Burgers
- Genie, Aladdin
- Anna Bates, Downton Abbey (??? u certain tv tropes?)
- Jenny Curren, Forrest Gump
- Phoebe Buffay, Friends
- Ellie, The Last of Us
- Courfeyrac, Les Misérables
- Eliot Spencer, Leverage
- Pippin, The Lord of the Rings
- Capt. James T. Kirk, Star Trek: The Original Series (???? really??)
- Rapunzel, Tangled
- Ariel, The Little Mermaid
- Cecil, Welcome to Night Vale (???!!!!!!!!)
So my teacher told us that two blue eyed people can’t have a brown eyed kid and this kid in my class said “but both my parents have blue eyes and I have brown eyes”. The teacher said “so you’re adopted”. THe next day the kid came in and told us that he confronted his parents about it and that they said he was adopted but wanted to wait for the right time to tell him.
btw if youre ever stressed there’s this website that plays the animal crossing music according to your time its really relaxing: http://tane.us/ac/nl.html
oh and if you prefer the original ac soundtrack: http://tane.us/ac/
and if you fancy wild world or city folk, here’s theirs: http://tane.us/ac/wwcf.html
I had no idea how much I needed something like this in my life until now
The thing is with worldbuilding is that you have to reinforce the narratives you present or they make no sense.
Have you stated in your writing that women are better at a particular job or practice in the military? Alright, then why is there a dearth of women who are commanding officers or have higher ranks? Where are the women war heroes venerated in this setting for their skills in this setting?
Does your setting have a monosexed race coded with feminine pronouns? If they reflect the common narrative of human sexism, why or how did that get transmitted to an alien society, especially if they’re oriented in a position of cultural and economic power according to the text?
Is your cast meant to be primarily girls or women? If so, why is there a slanted focus on relationships between men in your story? Are there women lacking in position of power? Is there a lack of diversity among the cast? You can’t state one thing and do the opposite without seeing backlash or dissonance.
You can’t just say ‘X is equal’ or ‘X isn’t divisive’ in a fictional setting and then proceed with business as usual. Changing a narrative away from current prejudice takes active reinforcement of the equality being presented, lest it slip back into old tropes and problems.