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This is a discussion on Disney MBTI within the Guess the type forums, part of the What's my personality type? category; Lion king: Scar- INTJ Mufasa- ENFJ Nala - ESFJ Simba - ENFP probably, maybe S Timone- ESTP Pumba- ISFP Zazu- ...

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    Lion king:
    Scar- INTJ
    Mufasa- ENFJ
    Nala - ESFJ
    Simba - ENFP probably, maybe S
    Timone- ESTP
    Pumba- ISFP
    Zazu- ISTJ
    Rafiki: INFJ

    Winnie the Pooh:
    Winnie the Pooh: ISFP
    Christopher Robin: INFP
    Piglet: ISFJ
    Tigger: ExFP
    Rabbit: ISTJ
    Kanga: ISFJ
    Roo: ESFP
    Owl: INTP
    Gopher: ISTP

    Aladdin:
    Aladdin: ESFP
    Jasmine: INFJ
    Sultan: ENFJ
    Jafar: ISTJ
    Genie: ENFP

    Robin Hood:
    Robin: ENFJ
    Little Jon:ISFJ
    Maid Marion: ISFJ
    Friar Tuck: INFJ
    The Sheriff of Nottingham: ESTJ
    Prince John: ExFP
    Sir Hiss: ISTP

  2. #22
    ISTJ - The Duty Fulfillers

    Quote Originally Posted by tine View Post
    Owl: INTP
    My god, the tertiary Si... I swear sometimes he's in a Ti-Si loop.

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Owfin View Post
    My god, the tertiary Si... I swear sometimes he's in a Ti-Si loop.
    Haha sometimes XD He's so scatterbrained though!!! Reminds me of INTP friends I have, sweet but drive you mad! XD
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  5. #24

    Quote Originally Posted by CorgiGirl View Post
    Yeah, looking at it again I think Belle's an INFP as well. I put Cogsworth as an E because he fights with Lumiere over leadership.
    I think casting Belle as a P is a huge mistake. A lot of people saying "INFP" here seem to be coming at it from some roundabout reason.

    The P/J factor in MBTI is about open-ended vs close-ended. it not only is a personality-style trait, it's an organizational style trait. Look at Belle; there is nothing "unfinished" about her. Her N is internal -- it deals with her dreams, and it's a vision, not a process -- and meanwhile her external expression of self (if you examine her interaction with other characters) is entirely Fe. Cinema often forces the directors to extrovert someone's internal perceptions and processes so that the audience can see it, which is how we get a glimpse of her N... but in all of her interactions with others, she is blatantly Fe, and responsibility defines her... everything is controlled, processed, and put back out in terms of her social relationships. It's amusing to watch how she handles Gaston's proposal (through an Fe style process), and we never see her real feelings until everyone has gone and she actually expresses how boring and pompous she thinks her is.

    In any case, she operates under very explicit, definable rules of "how people should behave if they are decent people." The Beast violates those social rules by his anger, rudeness, and disregard for her relationship with her father; I think a difference between ISFJ and INFJ is when Belle decides she's had enough and leaves the castle; yet the Beast showing up to save her is another kind of social contract she can't deny even if she has been offended by him, so she goes back with him.

    Anyway, ISFJ and INFJ look very much alike on the outside; Belle looks right on the outside but everyone knows she's different (because of the dreamy N inside, that comes out when she gets lost in her internal fantasies) and they don't know what to make of her; ISFJ would have more easily fit in. Meanwhile, Ne-dom and Ne-aux look different in how they interact with people and how they present themselves. They also engage morality through the more rational derived Fi process; Belle very much operates according to social code of what is proper, and inside she isn't rationalizing, she "sees" the way things are (to her), she doesn't have to logic through ethics. This is why the IJ's seem more sure of themselves externally than the IP's.
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  6. #25
    ISTJ - The Duty Fulfillers

    Quote Originally Posted by Jennywocky View Post
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    1. Fe is just as rational as Fi.

    2. Might Belle be an enneagram type 1?
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  7. #26
    INTJ - The Scientists

    The Princess and the Frog:

    Tiana: ESTJ (painstaking Si user, haha)
    Naveen: ESTP
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  8. #27

    Quote Originally Posted by Owfin View Post
    1. Fe is just as rational as Fi.
    it is, but it operates externally, not internally.

    2. Might Belle be an enneagram type 1?
    Yes, I would class her as a type 1 moralist -- usually associated with INJ.

  9. #28
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    I see Belle as an INFJ. She reminds me alot of my INFJ sister, very patient, caring, looks after everyone but will stand up for things she believes in.
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  10. #29
    INTJ - The Scientists

    The P/J factor in MBTI is about open-ended vs close-ended. it not only is a personality-style trait, it's an organizational style trait. Look at Belle; there is nothing "unfinished" about her. Her N is internal -- it deals with her dreams, and it's a vision, not a process -- and meanwhile her external expression of self (if you examine her interaction with other characters) is entirely Fe.
    I don't see this. All of the songs she sings are like the ultimate reflection of her Ne dom nature (she wants something grand and novel, but doesn't know what - it's interesting really...even her approach to falling in love with the Beast is exactly this). There is a very good discussion thread about this on the ENFP forum where some people pointed this out. As an Ni dom, I don't get Ni from her at all. Both her and her father have the flighty nature associated with dominant Ne, which makes them look like they're "insane" to the villagers. I never see the deep-thinking, perspective shifting occurring with her that's often a major characteristic of Ni doms - she seems to need to actually experience change for herself rather than alter any aspect of her perspectives.
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  11. #30
    INTJ - The Scientists

    In any case, she operates under very explicit, definable rules of "how people should behave if they are decent people.
    This could be Fi also. Fi users also have issues with decent behavior - in fact, they're probably stricter about it than Fe users, who tend to tolerate others until others negatively impact others in any way. Fi users are the more rigid moralists overall though, while Fe users are more situational in their use of the function (they adapt it to external variables more - they don't have a rigid internal moral compass that they dictate so much upon individuals). After all, she was rather sheltered from much experience with diverse people where she grew up, so perhaps she thought this approach made the most sense to her (individualistic Fi reasoning). Unlike Fe users, she barely seems concerned about offending the mores of her village - never did I see that thought once occur to her in the movie.


     
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