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This is a discussion on Harry Potter within the Guess the type forums, part of the What's my personality type? category; Harry - ISFP Ron - ESFP - 6w7 ;] Hermoine - ENTJ Snape: INTJ Dumbledore - INFJ D.Malfoy - ESTP ...

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    ISFP - The Artists

    Harry Potter

    Harry - ISFP
    Ron - ESFP - 6w7 ;]
    Hermoine - ENTJ
    Snape: INTJ
    Dumbledore - INFJ
    D.Malfoy - ESTP


    Now you go type the rest of the characters, or correct me, but you know what to do!
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    Unknown Personality

    What do you think Nymphadora is? She's a sexy beyotch...how about Luna Lovegood?

    And no ENFP's? awwww...
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  3. #3
    ISFP - The Artists

    Quote Originally Posted by queenofleaves View Post
    What do you think Nymphadora is? She's a sexy beyotch...how about Luna Lovegood?

    And no ENFP's? awwww...
    Nymphadora Tonks - ESTP
    Luna Lovegood - INFP

    ENFP's? Hmmmm.
    Gilderoy Lockhart and Fleur Delacour is all I can think of.

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    Unknown Personality

    I was going to say ENTJ no arguments for Dumbledore, but I now you say INFJ...hmmm...Damn...

    I'm inclined to ISFJ for Hermiony, judging from a girl I know...Maybe ahm crazy. The girl's incredibly capable.

    Fred and George? E.....Ps

    Madame Maxime ENFJ I've heard it said.

    Percy ESTJ

    Neville? ISFJ?

    Ginny...

    Lily Potter, ENFJ? She reminds me of an ENFJ friend, when my friend's empassioned about something. I do wonder at her leading with Fi though...

    I've no real speculations myself, but I've always heard people say ENTJ for Malfoy.

    Hagrid ISFJ

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I'm thinking ENFJ for Hermione. Think about the whole rights for house elves thing.

    Doby- ISFJ

    what do you think for Voldemort? I'll say XNTJ (seems introverted, but also strikes me as a dominant thinker...)
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    ESTP - The Doers


    IRL Luna Lovegood is definitely infp as well.

    Just thought I'd share that.

    (she goes to my school and that's what I think)
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    Unknown Personality

    I thought dumbledore was an INFP.
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    Unknown Personality

    Dumbledor's a difficult one for me... the Dumbledor Harry knows, and the Dumbledor as a teen are contrasting things - his letters to Grindelwald about the treatment of Muggles. From wikipedia: "They believed that if they were forced to destroy a few along the way, it would still be "for the greater good", and the sufferings and losses would be rewarded a hundredfold in the end." Also Aberforth's words on Dumbledor - I'm pretty sure Abeforth talks about how he won "every prize of note that the school offered", while neglecting family life, and desperate to go out with Grindelwald, in contrast to Abeforth, who was reluctant to leave his sister...if I remember rightly...

    He is realistic about himself and his own qualities - shortcomings and stregnths, also essentially immune to how the public recieves him, much more focused on the bigger scheme of things, finally a little power hungry deep down, or perhaps, unsuitable for power - he compares himself with Harry, who has never wanted it, but bares such responsibility well, I think, though master of himself as he has matured and learned the losses his potential has created.

    We see no strong emotional ommisions other than after when Sirius dies, and Harry becomes furious, and then when he is forced to drink a mixture that will magically make him express the rather more negative bits and pieces...oh and moments when it seems like Harry is going to die. Also he frowns, and asks for verification when Umbridge brings up the Dumbledor's Army list, and is shocked when Harry's name comes out of the Goblet, runs to Harry at the end of the Philosopher's stone etc.

    Thinking about it, his acceptance of Sirius's innocence is quite remarkable - exceptionally objective, he has a great well of confidence in his own abilities (reading people).

    If I remember rightly, also, Snape says something about him asking too much, regarding what Harry has to do, suggesting Dumbledor is being exceptionally driven in favour of the greater scheme of things - he will make sacrafices where he needs to, though they may be terrible ones.

    I can't help but think he's a thinker who's been humbled by guilt into a softer...ness, has developed something of a persona (eccentric, and wise naturally, but the softer qualities used as something of a wall), has matured (and grown a little in touch with a softer side) and so forth.

    He shows exceptional reasoning abilities - knowing how to deal with all sorts of people, never appearing intimidated, and all sorts of unseen events.

    I'm wavering between INFJ and ENTJ...


    I think I've read Harry Potter a few too many times...

    EDIT: Though apparently too few to get his name right .

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by Liminality View Post
    Dumbledor's a difficult one for me... the Dumbledor Harry knows, and the Dumbledor as a teen are contrasting things - his letters to Grindelwald about the treatment of Muggles. From wikipedia: "They believed that if they were forced to destroy a few along the way, it would still be "for the greater good", and the sufferings and losses would be rewarded a hundredfold in the end." Also Aberforth's words on Dumbledor - I'm pretty sure Abeforth talks about how he won "every prize of note that the school offered", while neglecting family life, and desperate to go out with Grindelwald, in contrast to Abeforth, who was reluctant to leave his sister...if I remember rightly...

    He is realistic about himself and his own qualities - shortcomings and stregnths, also essentially immune to how the public recieves him, much more focused on the bigger scheme of things, finally a little power hungry deep down, or perhaps, unsuitable for power - he compares himself with Harry, who has never wanted it, but bares such responsibility well, I think, though master of himself as he has matured and learned the losses his potential has created.

    We see no strong emotional ommisions other than after when Sirius dies, and Harry becomes furious, and then when he is forced to drink a mixture that will magically make him express the rather more negative bits and pieces...oh and moments when it seems like Harry is going to die. Also he frowns, and asks for verification when Umbridge brings up the Dumbledor's Army list, and is shocked when Harry's name comes out of the Goblet, runs to Harry at the end of the Philosopher's stone etc.

    Thinking about it, his acceptance of Sirius's innocence is quite remarkable - exceptionally objective, he has a great well of confidence in his own abilities (reading people).

    If I remember rightly, also, Snape says something about him asking too much, regarding what Harry has to do, suggesting Dumbledor is being exceptionally driven in favour of the greater scheme of things - he will make sacrafices where he needs to, though they may be terrible ones.

    I can't help but think he's a thinker who's been humbled by guilt into a softer...ness, has developed something of a persona (eccentric, and wise naturally, but the softer qualities used as something of a wall), has matured (and grown a little in touch with a softer side) and so forth.

    He shows exceptional reasoning abilities - knowing how to deal with all sorts of people, never appearing intimidated, and all sorts of unseen events.

    I'm wavering between INFJ and ENTJ...


    I think I've read Harry Potter a few too many times...

    EDIT: Though apparently too few to get his name right .
    I do agree that he would be a thinker, and the way he talks seems very Ni. From his past, his dominant function seems to be Te. It is likely this was the one that developed first, meaning ENTJ. Then again, I question whether he is really an Extrovert. Of course, ENTJs aren't extreme extroverts... probably the most introverted among extroverts. And INTJs usually only step up to lead after they feel the current leadership is incompetent, not power-hungry for its own sake, so I would agree with ENTJ.
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    Unknown Personality

    Ron= 6w7

    Hermione= 1w2

    Harry= 6w5

    Luna= 9w1

    Fred and George= 7w6

    Ginny= 7w6

    Proff Dumbledore= 5w4

    Proff McGonagall= 1w2

    Proff Slughorn= 7w6

    Proff Snape= 5w4
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