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This is a discussion on Disney Princesses within the Guess the type forums, part of the What's my personality type? category; Originally Posted by sighcantthinkofaname I can see the N After the first day she helps Eric, she is sort of ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sighcantthinkofaname View Post
    I can see the N
    After the first day she helps Eric, she is sort of daydreaming aloud and she goes "I have to see him again!" and then she starts planning this situation where she can get his attention. That seems like Ne to me.
    I also feel like she's definately an extrovert, but not AS extroverted as the ESFP's I know. Ne dominants are more likely to spend time by themselves, and she mainly just hangs around Flounder.
    Another abstract one, she seems to be more intersted in things and the idea of being on land, and I feel ESFP's are more interested in people. (Disclaimer: I don't think one is better than the other, I have ESFP friends and ENFP friends that I love)
    I would also argue that she DOES think of what might happen in the future, she's just willing to take a risk. Ursula flat out tells her that if she can't get Eric to kiss her "You will belong to me", but becoming human is worth it for her, so she decides to go for it.
    The anger helps too.
    Her need for constant new information also screams Ne to me. She can't just have a dinglehopper, she has to know what it is.
    S's are more for action, N's are more for thought. She does both, but her actions are motivated by her dreams, and while that is the Disney stereotype it is still part of her.
    I agree. I was torn between ESFP or ENFP as my type for the longest time, and Ariel has always been the character I was more compared to by people I know since childhood.

    Just because she's really impulsive and loves to swim and sing, doesn't mean she's a sensor. The way she has to know what those objects do and make up names for them is a giveway too.

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    Oh, I forgot I wanted to share this link, I think it shows the case for Ariel being ENFP very well:
    MBTI: The Little Mermaid’s Ariel- ENFP | Zombies Ruin Everything

  3. #33
    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by sighcantthinkofaname View Post
    I can see the N
    After the first day she helps Eric, she is sort of daydreaming aloud and she goes "I have to see him again!" and then she starts planning this situation where she can get his attention. That seems like Ne to me.
    I also feel like she's definately an extrovert, but not AS extroverted as the ESFP's I know. Ne dominants are more likely to spend time by themselves, and she mainly just hangs around Flounder.
    Another abstract one, she seems to be more intersted in things and the idea of being on land, and I feel ESFP's are more interested in people. (Disclaimer: I don't think one is better than the other, I have ESFP friends and ENFP friends that I love)
    I would also argue that she DOES think of what might happen in the future, she's just willing to take a risk. Ursula flat out tells her that if she can't get Eric to kiss her "You will belong to me", but becoming human is worth it for her, so she decides to go for it.
    The anger helps too.
    Her need for constant new information also screams Ne to me. She can't just have a dinglehopper, she has to know what it is.
    S's are more for action, N's are more for thought. She does both, but her actions are motivated by her dreams, and while that is the Disney stereotype it is still part of her.
    Ditto, a lot of enfps could look like Se users or esfp when we were teenagers. The most dominant cognitive function driving us is Ne. I know I did some stupid stuff when I was young. Ariel was bored with her environment; she explored everything, she desired something new- the need for more information, very Ne. But I can see why people would type her as an esfp. She could be both since she is a character, but she mostly acted like an enfp in the movie.
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    ENFP - The Inspirers


    @Scootaloo
    Alice- INFP
    Ariel- ENFP
    yup

    Aurora- ISTJ
    ISFJ

    Belle- INFP
    I thought INFJ. I could see either

    Cinderella- ISFJ
    yup

    Esmeralda- ENTP
    noooo. she's feisty and lives by her passions. ESFP or ENFP

    Jane Porter- ESTJ
    I saw her as a more charming/feminine INTJ

    Jasmine- ESFJ
    I thought ISFP

    Megara- INFJ
    ISTP

    Mulan- ENTP
    INFP

    Nala- ISTJ
    maybe

    Pochahontas- ISFJ
    ISFP

    Rapunzel- ENFP
    yup

    Snow White- ENFJ
    that works

    Tinker Bell- ENFP
    probably

    Wendy Darling- ISTJ
    likely



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    Unknown

    Anna- ENFP. Too idealistic.
    Elsa- ISFJ, but likely INFJ. Got the hero complex but is an artist who can't let go of the past and is dutiful to a fault, heck, it's her fixation on protecting and serving others that ends up making things worse.

    I've been thinking lately and now guess Esmeralda is an ENFJ (she's great with crowds and has a heroic sense of justice) and Alice as an INTP like Belle. I just see a Feeler reacting to the nonsense differently. She's also, of course, very *curious* about why things are they way they are in Wonderland.
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    INFJ - The Protectors


    Snow White - ESFJ
    Cinderella - ISFJ
    Aurora - ISFP
    Ariel - ESFP
    Jasmine - ESFJ
    Rapunzel - ENFX
    Tiana - ESTJ
    Mulan - IXXX
    Pocahontas - INFJ
    Merida - EXXX

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    Princesses:
    Rapunzel-ENFP 7w6
    Tiana-ISTJ 3w4
    Cinderella- INFJ 9w1
    Belle-INFP 9w8
    Ariel-ESFP 7w6
    Jasmine-INFJ 8w9
    Aurora-ISFJ 9w1
    Merida-ESTP 7w8
    Snow White-ESFJ 2w1
    Pocahontas-ENFP 9w8
    Mulan- ISFP 6w7
    Anna- ENFP 2w3
    Elsa- INFJ 6w5
    Giselle (Enchanted)- ENFP 2w3
    Megara- ENTP?
    Sofia the First- INFP 9w1
    Eilonwy- ESFJ

    Non-Disney Princesses
    Esmeralda- ENFJ 1w2
    Alice- ENTP 6w7
    Jane- ESTJ?
    Wendy- ESFJ 1w2
    Melody (Ariel's Daughter)- ISFP 9w8
    Lottie (Princess and the Frog)- ESFP 4w3
    Nala (The Lion King)- ESFJ
    Lilo- ENFP 6w7

    Disney's Frozen (just saw the movie today):
    Anna- ENFP (I also considered ESFP for her, but she seems far too idealistic and romance-bound to be one, since I'd usually imagine ESFPs to be a bit more grounded and motivated by impulse).
    Elsa- INFJ (while some may argue that she's more of an INTJ, she's motivated primarily by fear and the duties imposed upon her as a princess and heir to the throne to appear regal, poised, and self-possessed, restraining her emotions not necessarily due to her being a literal ice queen, but rather, due to her putting the safety and feelings of others before her own in order to uphold her calm, unruffled façade and keep her kingdom secure, even at the expense of what her heart truly desires).
    Kristoff- ISTP 6w7
    Hans- ENTJ 8w7
    Olaf- ENFP 7w6

    Disney Princes/ Male Disney Heroes and Protagonists:
    Prince Eric- INFJ
    Aladdin- ESFP 7w6
    Shang- ISTJ 1w9
    Peter Pan- ENTP 7w8
    Mowgli- ESFP 7w6
    Quasimodo- INFP 6
    Phoebus- ENTP 3w4
    Hercules- ESFJ 3w2
    Tarzan- ISTP 7w8
    Simba- ENFP 3w2
    Taren (Black Cauldron)- ISFP
    Last edited by Peregrina; 12-17-2013 at 12:56 PM.

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    (I'm only going to guess at the ones I've seen recently.)

    Princesses:

    Rapunzel: INFJ. The way she took in a piece of information that led her to a larger conclusion (finding the hidden star clues in her own artwork, remembering seeing the lost princess and recognizing herself, leading to the conclusion that she was kidnapped) felt a lot more Ni (smaller picture = bigger picture) than Ne (big picture all the time, full of ideas). She also used Fe a LOT (... what will mother say? will she be devastated?! oh, how can I do this to her?) but was still introverted enough to hold back a lot of herself from Finn for awhile. Her artwork had a Se bent to it as well, in it being so detailed. She's into routines and is very hard on herself. She's actually more grounded than most of the typical Disney ENFP heroines, and has that Ti-based curiosity to consider all options.

    Belle: INFP. Independent emotions, separate from everyone else, no desire to blend into the village or become what others want her to be (lack of Fe -- just because she exchanges herself for her father doesn't automatically mean Fe). She's smart, but rather short-sighted since she focuses so much on the big picture (I'll show them the Beast, and that'll settle things, as opposed to -- uh, if I show them this, will Gaston storm off to the castle to kill the Beast?).

    Ariel: ENFP. Initially I thought ESFP, but she really doesn't live "in the moment" -- she's always daydreaming about what life COULD BE LIKE above the sea.

    Pocahontas: ISFP. ENFP is a valid suggestion, but I don't see any Si in her at all; she has no real respect for the traditions of her village and is very reckless in her behavior (would an ENFP throw themselves off a cliff?). Her total in-tune-ness with her surroundings and nature seems Se to me, with Ni working as a sub-function only after she gathers more information (the compass is leading me to him!). Some suggest her as ENFJ but... an ENFJ would conform a lot better to village life than she does.

    Elsa: INFJ. Totally obsessing and freaking out about a future that hasn't happened yet, with Fe making her an isolationist, Ti causing her to be so hard on herself, and Se playing into her artwork.

    Anna: ENFP. I thought ESFP at first but changed my mind for the same reasons I changed my mind about Ariel -- she's too much of a dreamer, and doesn't really live "in the moment" much.

    Other Disney Heroines:

    Esmeralda: ENFJ. Can work a crowd, champions them without regard for herself ("God help the outcasts..."). Has good instincts, but can use the world around her to pull off her stunts (Se).


    Disney Princes/ Male Disney Heroes and Protagonists:

    Kristoff: ISTJ. Didn't enjoy being reckless nearly as much as an ISTP would. Very traditional. Hard to type, tho.

    Quasimodo: ISFP. Emotional, needs to be true to himself; uses Se both in his artwork and natural balance/skills in using Notre Dame to his advantage, rather reckless and doesn't think things through; his Ni figures out stuff when other pieces fall into place.

    Phoebus: Not sure. Seems ESTJ, though. Rather traditional and rigid at first, but fun to be around.
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  10. #39
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Anna - am I the only one who thinks Anna may be an I? She gives me "sociable introvert" vibes rather than "socially awkward extrovert". She's been living inside a castle ALONE with only her parents' company - and then they die! It's perfectly natural for an introvert to need to be with others. And she's actually not shown to be very sociable, just overly enthusiastic, eager and hyper; possibly out of excitement due to speaking to people after so many years of being alone. Maybe she has ADHD, which would explain her clumsiness and possibly her awkwardness. I say very hyper INFP - her story is essentially one about doing the right thing and following her dreams, as well as spending them with her sister. She's full of Fi, to an annoying degree. I don't see ESFP typings. I can see ENFP but I wouldn't exclude INFP.
    Elsa - INFJ is perfect for her. I don't see enough Si for ISFJ; her rationality, the intense emotions, the seclusion, etc. are all very Ni+Fe to me.
    Kristoff - ISFJ 5w4
    Hans - ENTJ. Manipulative, very intelligent, intuitive enough to seduce Anna and charm everybody with his "nice guy" facade, etc.
    Olaf - ENFP
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    I can buy Anna as an INFP -- she falls in love too easily to seem like an ENFP, and ESFP doesn't quite fit her.
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