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This is a discussion on Game of Thrones Character Types within the Guess the type forums, part of the What's my personality type? category; I find Margaery Tyrell really attractive lol, but the typings for her have a huge range. From ENTJ, to ISFP ...

  1. #141
    INTJ - The Scientists

    I find Margaery Tyrell really attractive lol, but the typings for her have a huge range. From ENTJ, to ISFP or ESTP. I definitely see Se more than Si in her, but I can't really say. She reminds me of Tywin Lannister in some ways in her political style so Te wouldn't surprise me, but ESTP is really plausible too. She's really withdrawn for a thinking function dominant if ENTJ imo (all her expressions seem to be a gesture, rather than thinking out loud or organizational etc) and selflessly politically focused for an ESTP (though that could be a given when you look at the setting...?). I really have no clue on what her dominant function could be.

    Anyone got expanded reasoning on their typing of Margaery?

  2. #142
    INTP - The Thinkers

    I'm starting to like Cersei. Great villain (esque). Love the scene with her and Baelish. "Power is power," haha. Anyways, I think she is an ESTJ.

  3. #143
    ESFP - The Performers

    Ned Stark - ISTJ
    Catelyn Stark - ESFJ
    Robb Stark - ESTJ
    Sansa Stark - ISFJ
    Arya Stark - ISFP
    Bran Stark - INFJ
    Rickon Stark - ESTP
    Jon Snow - INTJ
    Samwell - INFP
    Ygritte - ESTP
    Lyanna Stark - I don't know. From what I've heard, she seems like she's a ISxP. Very much like Arya.

    Asha Greyjoy - ??
    Theon Greyjoy - ENTP

    Lysa Arryn - INTJ
    Petyr Baelish - ENFJ
    Sandor Clegane - ISTP? INTJ?

    Tywin Lannister - ENTJ
    Cersei Lannister - ENFJ
    Jaime Lannister - I would argue he's a ISFP. He kills Aerys because it's what he sees as the right thing to do, without regard for the moral fiber of "honor" that people like the Starks hold dear.
    Tyrion Lannister - ENTP
    Joffrey Baratheon - It's kinda hard to type crazy.
    Myrcella Baratheon - ESFP
    Tommen Baratheon - INFP

    Robert Baratheon - ESTP
    Stannis Baratheon - ISTJ
    Renly Baratheon - ENFP

    Olenna Redwynne - ENTJ
    Loras Tyrell - ESFP
    Margaery Tyrell - INFJ

    Daenerys Targaryen - INFP
    Jorah Mormont - ISTJ

  4. #144
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Margaery > ENFJ

  5. #145
    ENFP - The Inspirers

    There seems to be an overabundance of "N" typing. I wonder if it's because "N"s are more likely to be interested in personality theory, and while typing a person is likely to be biased towards his or her own type. According to Keirsey's numbers, "N"s make up only 10-15% of the population. Then again, I found there to be ALOT of "SP"s, but then again, the show does have a substantial amount of politicians and swordsmen.

    Anyways, here's my two cents:

    Tywin Lannister - ESTP
    Margaery Tyrell - ESTP
    Littlefinger - ESTP
    Robb Stark - ESTP
    Robert Baratheon - ESFP
    Theon Greyjoy - ESFP
    Arya Stark - ISTP
    Jaime Lannister - ISTP
    Bronn - ISTP
    Davos Seaworth - ISFP
    Renly Baratheon - ISFP
    Jon Snow - ISFP


    Cersei Lannister - ESTJ
    Mance Rayder - ESTJ
    Jeor Mormont - ESTJ
    Catelyn Stark - ESFJ
    Sansa Stark - ESFJ
    Stannis Baratheon - ISTJ
    Ned Stark - ISFJ
    Barristan Selmy - ISFJ
    Jorah Mormont - ISFJ
    Samwell Tarly - ISFJ

    Tyrion Lannister - INTP
    Varys - INTJ
    Olenna Tyrell - ENTJ

    Daenerys Targaryen - ENFP
    Bran Stark - INFP
    Jojen Reed - INFJ
    Last edited by NFChampion; 04-24-2013 at 12:28 AM.

  6. #146
    Unknown Personality

    According to the series:

    House Stark
    Eddard: ISTJ 1w9-6w5-3w4
    Robb: ESTJ (I could see some inferior Fi) possibly 8w9-5w6-2w1?
    Sansa: ESFJ 6w7-9w1-2w1
    Arya: ENFP (I see lots of inferior Si in her) 7w6-4w3-8w9/1w2
    Brandon: INTJ 5w6-1w2-4w5
    Jon Snow: ISFP 4w5-1w9-6w7
    Cat: ISFJ (inferior Ne all the way) 6w7-2w1-1w9


    House Lannister
    Tywin: INTJ 8w9-3w2-5w6
    Jaime: ESTP 3w2-7w6-1w?
    Tyrion: ENxP (Very honestly, I am not sure if he uses Fe or Fi. He strives me as Fi user - I am open to debate his type) 7w6-1w9-3w4
    Cersei: ESFJ 2w1-8w9-6w5


    House Tyrell:
    Loras: Heavy Se user
    Margaery: ISFJ 2w1-7w6-9w1


    House Targaryen
    Daenerys: INFJ 6w7-9w8-2w3
    Vyseris : ESTP 8w7-7w8-3w2


    Greyjoy
    Asha: ESTJ
    Theon: ESFP

    Baratheon

    Joffrey: ESFP 8w9 or 9w8; 6w5 fixed?
    Robert: ESTP 7w8-8w7-3w2
    Stannis: ISTJ
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  7. #147
    ISTP - The Mechanics

    Eddard Stark - ISTJ
    Cat Stark- ISFJ
    Robb Stark - ISFJ
    Jon Snow - IxFP
    Bran Stark - INFP
    Sansa Stark - ESFJ
    Arya Stark - ISTP
    Tywin Lannister - INTJ
    Tyrion Lannister - ExTP
    Jaime Lannister - ISFP
    Cersei Lannister - ENTJ
    Joffrey Baratheon - A terrible version of Fe/Ni
    Littlefinger - INTJ
    Robert Baratheon - ESFP
    Stannis Baratheon - ISTJ
    Davos Seaworth - ISFP
    Daenyrs Stormborn - INFJ
    Margaery Tyrell - ENFJ
    Theon Greyjoy- ESFP
    Asha Greyjoy- ESTP

  8. #148
    ENFP - The Inspirers

    All these typings differ so much from one another. I wish real people were so hard to type it would make life much more interesting. MBTI is an interesting concept, however, it is only good for corporate use I'm afraid.

  9. #149
    INTJ - The Scientists

    Eddard: ISTJ
    Catelyn: ISFJ
    Robb: ESTJ
    Jon: INFP
    Arya: ISTP
    Sansa: ESFJ
    Bran: INFP

    Cersei: ESFJ
    Tywin: INTJ
    Tyrion: ENTP
    Jaime: ESTP
    Joffrey: ESTJ
    Margaery: ENFJ

    Daenerys: INFJ
    Jorah: ISFJ
    Rhaegar: INFJ

    Stannis: ISTJ
    Robert: ESTP
    Renly: ENFP
    Brienne: ISFJ
    Gendry: ISTP

    Quote Originally Posted by NFChampion View Post
    There seems to be an overabundance of "N" typing. I wonder if it's because "N"s are more likely to be interested in personality theory, and while typing a person is likely to be biased towards his or her own type. According to Keirsey's numbers, "N"s make up only 10-15% of the population. Then again, I found there to be ALOT of "SP"s, but then again, the show does have a substantial amount of politicians and swordsmen.

    Anyways, here's my two cents:

    Tywin Lannister - ESTP
    Margaery Tyrell - ESTP
    Littlefinger - ESTP
    Robb Stark - ESTP
    Just because intuitives realistically make up a small population doesn't mean GRRM knew this and typed his characters accordingly. And in any case that isn't the point because most characters in ASOIAF are obviously sensors. I just don't agree about your ESTP typings. How is Tywin Lannister even remotely an extrovert? He doesn't speak, barely smiles, hides in his solar all day plotting some trick. If anyone is a "mastermind" in this series it's Tywin. Tyrion is an improviser most of the time. Tywin is known for being an expert planner. He is a man of little words and even fewer smiles. I highly disagree about Tywin. The other three I'm not going to argue about.

  10. #150
    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by Persephone View Post
    Eddard: ISTJ
    Catelyn: ISFJ
    Robb: ESTJ
    Jon: INFP
    Arya: ISTP
    Sansa: ESFJ
    Bran: INFP

    Cersei: ESFJ
    Tywin: INTJ
    Tyrion: ENTP
    Jaime: ESTP
    Joffrey: ESTJ
    Margaery: ENFJ

    Daenerys: INFJ
    Jorah: ISFJ
    Rhaegar: INFJ

    Stannis: ISTJ
    Robert: ESTP
    Renly: ENFP
    Brienne: ISFJ
    Gendry: ISTP



    Just because intuitives realistically make up a small population doesn't mean GRRM knew this and typed his characters accordingly. And in any case that isn't the point because most characters in ASOIAF are obviously sensors. I just don't agree about your ESTP typings. How is Tywin Lannister even remotely an extrovert? He doesn't speak, barely smiles, hides in his solar all day plotting some trick. If anyone is a "mastermind" in this series it's Tywin. Tyrion is an improviser most of the time. Tywin is known for being an expert planner. He is a man of little words and even fewer smiles. I highly disagree about Tywin. The other three I'm not going to argue about.

    I agree that a writer might not consciously do it, and it does depend on the "world" that they're writing in and their own personal temperament (Fitzgerald's flappers and Hemingway's action heroes seem to match the authors).

    Form what I've seen in the series, Tywin seems to be more tactical than strategic. Of course, if you asked him, I'm sure he would say otherwise, which I've often found to be the case with some artisans.

    I don't think that planning is necessarily strategic, as I'm sure tactical commanders like Lee and logistical ones like Washington planned ahead. Like Littlefinger, Tywin's state of mind always seems geared on present or immediate future gains, not long term goals. For example, most recently on the show, he doesn't seem concerned with the financial future of the realm and it's debt as much as the politically advantageous moves that he's making. It also doesn't seem to occur to him the slow burn of bitterness and dissent that seems to be brewing within his children. As Jaime says, he never picks losing sides, which makes his sack of King's Landing a perfect example of tactics: opportunistic and with no regard to any specific code of conduct.

    The "N" vs. "S", intuition vs. "common sense", abstract vs. concrete, determination is always interesting. Tywin seems to follow the standard train of thought. As Cersei tells Littlefinger, Tywin listens only to facts, which seems true. He dismisses Robb from the beginning, as opposed to Tyrion who basically warns him that he might be surprised. It's only when Rob keeps winning that Tywin is convinced. He is with the Tyrells because they help advance his "present" ends, without concern for what they "might" be doing. Only when given clear information, he pulls a 180 and starts putting into place things that will secure his position. His speech is very concrete, as opposed to the irony of Tyrion, the riddles and stories of Varys, or Dany's proclivities for metaphor.

    "E" vs. "I" is hard to gauge. I know Keirsey says it's not about speaking as much as where one gets their energy. However, not reading the books, I didn't know that he "hides in his solar all day plotting some trick", which actually sounds a lot like an ISTP crafter, which is how I typed Jaime (despite his feigned flamboyance, the tool he uses is a sword, not people, and I can imagine he's spent a fair amount of time "in the gym" working on his swordsmanship). Tywin probably is an introvert.

    Other things that I think are important:

    - Tywin's temperamental bonding sessions with Arya (SPs usually respect boldness and cleverness) which I've read were not in the books, but were probably the best scenes from the 2nd season.
    - Tywin seems much closer to a seeker of "impact" as opposed to "knowledge".

    One of my favorite bits of dialogue in the show is when Cersei says that Tywin is great with strategy, and Tyrion corrects her, by describing it as tactics.

    Of course, these are only my opinions. I do think these thought exercises regarding temperament are fun.
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