This is a discussion on Interview with the Vampire within the Guess the type forums, part of the What's my personality type? category; Originally Posted by Reclusive But was it to taste the fear and adrenaline or simply because he wanted to screw ...
That does make sense. So was an ESTP who relied heavily on Fe for dealing with people, both mortal and immortal.
Umm agree with the whole Lestat thing as an ENTP. He always crossed me as one, but then again I've also read a bit of the books (note: a bit of one book....)
Louis I'm not sure about. Maybe INFP, because he doesn't seem to have Ni or Fe most of the time :/
As for Ji and Je:
Louis: Fi-Te / Te-Fi (FP / TJ)
Lestat: Fe-Ti / Ti-Fe (FJ / TP)
The reason I give Louis a J and not a P is because he condemned his own actions and that of his peers. He hated what he was, having lived out his own judgment. Lestat by contrast didn't care about what was right or wrong at all. He simply took note of what he realized and attempted to use it to fulfill his desire.
I fail to see how you can take what I have said as something subjective, when it could not have been more objective. There should not be a reason for you to be upset by what I say or have previously said: If we were to follow Keirsey's stereotype, and yours, you seem far more F than F's do since what you spout is so badly thought out. That is all there is to it, it should not be personal.
Just because I use what you have written to point things out it does not mean that it is a personal attack directed at you through a passive-aggressive, childish and irrelevant act. I pointed something out that should not be disregarded. That way, you, me, and people in general could learn from it. I didn't demand you, I made you aware. But instead you took it personal which again shows that as a T you act more F than an F do, which calls for fail in stereotypes often used within MBTI/JCF.
Last edited by SyndiCat; 04-02-2011 at 06:44 PM.
I merely though it interesting that you focused on that part of what I said when my message was about the book, not types in general. It was not irrelevant to "Typology", it was irrelevant to "to the purpose of this thread", as I have already stated (and you even quoted). You continue to lead the conversation away from the purpose of this thread: the typing of the characters in Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice.