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This is a discussion on Alice in Wonderland within the Guess the type forums, part of the What's my personality type? category; if you've read the book or seen the disney movie, please guess the types of these characters. here are my ...

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Alice in Wonderland

    if you've read the book or seen the disney movie, please guess the types of these characters.

    here are my thoughts:

    Alice- INFP.
    The White Rabbit- ISxJ.
    The Caterpillar- INTP.
    The Ugly Duchess (not in movie)- ISFJ.
    The Cheshire Cat- ENFP.
    The Mad Hatter- ENTP.
    The March Hare- INTP.
    The Red Queen- ESTJ.
    The King- ESFJ.
    The Mock Turtle- ISFP.
    The Gryphon- ESTP.
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    lol that is hilarious
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    ENFP - The Inspirers


    Your spot on with everyone except Alice.

    I think Alice is an INFJ.
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I'll have to go with Happy on this one - I believe Alice to be INFJ. Although I can't remember most of the characters (which is a shame, as I'm looking to order Through the Looking Glass right at this moment), I believe the Red Queen to be, yes, ESTJ, and the Hare strikes me as a very rushed ISTJ.

    Why is it that ENFPs get all the crazy characters? There's no doubt that the Chesire Cat is an ENFP.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Grey View Post
    I'll have to go with Happy on this one - I believe Alice to be INFJ. Although I can't remember most of the characters (which is a shame, as I'm looking to order Through the Looking Glass right at this moment), I believe the Red Queen to be, yes, ESTJ, and the Hare strikes me as a very rushed ISTJ.

    Why is it that ENFPs get all the crazy characters? There's no doubt that the Chesire Cat is an ENFP.
    you mean the white rabbit. yeah, looking back, i believe him to be an ISTJ. after all, what other type would have a nervous breakdown if they weren't exactly on time?

    ENFPs are fun incarnate. that's why.
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    The Hare is definitely an ISTJ. I would think the White Rabbit is an ISFJ, seeing how he's just as racy as the Hare, but with an insecurity about the consequences to be bestowed upon him for being late. The Chesire Cat is most certainly an ENFP. I think the Caterpillar is an ESTP.

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Ha! Everyone is so sure. We'll I for one believe the Cheshire Cat is an ENTP. Especially from the Book. Lewis Carroll is an ENTP Enneagram 2. Did you know the Cheshire Cat originally didn't have a point? It is a character that Lewis went back and created so that the audience could have a guide through wonderland. A little thing that would follow you around. The cat is not illogical either. It is the most logical of all the characters in wonderland. It is intuitive, and it expresses Fe when helping or not helping Alice. It rarely showed concern for its own feelings instead it showed passion for his riddles and illogical logic.

    The Cheshire Cat is without a doubt an ENTP. What surprises me is that you said the mad hatter was without a doubt ENTP. The Mad Hatter is the one that I'd be questioning.

    Anyone want to fight me on why the cat is ENFP? I've had a 3 page debate on this before and won.

    "Slowly, the grin disappeared, until nothing was left but the cat. This is nearly as scary as the other way around."
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    INTJ - The Scientists


    Quote Originally Posted by Cheshire Wolf View Post
    Ha! Everyone is so sure. We'll I for one believe the Cheshire Cat is an ENTP. Especially from the Book. Lewis Carroll is an ENTP Enneagram 2. Did you know the Cheshire Cat originally didn't have a point? It is a character that Lewis went back and created so that the audience could have a guide through wonderland. A little thing that would follow you around. The cat is not illogical either. It is the most logical of all the characters in wonderland. It is intuitive, and it expresses Fe when helping or not helping Alice. It rarely showed concern for its own feelings instead it showed passion for his riddles and illogical logic.

    The Cheshire Cat is without a doubt an ENTP. What surprises me is that you said the mad hatter was without a doubt ENTP. The Mad Hatter is the one that I'd be questioning.

    Anyone want to fight me on why the cat is ENFP? I've had a 3 page debate on this before and won.

    "Slowly, the grin disappeared, until nothing was left but the cat. This is nearly as scary as the other way around."
    Said to intimidate people into not challenging you, eh? You cannot be certain that you won when the type of any character is impossible to verify. Alice is, uh, complex.

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Actually, quite the opposite. I figured people would respond unkindly to that threat and thus debate me about it. I'm always up for a good fight.

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    ISFP - The Artists

    Alice is an INTP in my opinon, or possibly ENTP.
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