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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; Originally Posted by Pinina Could you provide a link to the forum? It'd be interesting to read the reasons, I ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinina View Post
    Could you provide a link to the forum? It'd be interesting to read the reasons, I can't really see him as an ENTJ. Do they just type on the letters? I could see that they'd just use that on a forum not dedicated to typology.
    I don't remember particular examples because I read threads about typing GoT characters few months ago but some links I found on Google=
    The MBTI Types of Game of Thrones Characters [Archive] - INTJ Forum
    MBTI: Game of Thrones | Zombies Ruin Everything I like this guy's typings and he mentioned in a comment that Bolton may be ENTP
    Does anyone else think that he might be a fucked up ISFP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hypoglycemia View Post
    I don't remember particular examples because I read threads about typing GoT characters few months ago but some links I found on Google=
    The MBTI Types of Game of Thrones Characters [Archive] - INTJ Forum
    MBTI: Game of Thrones | Zombies Ruin Everything I like this guy's typings and he mentioned in a comment that Bolton may be ENTP
    Does anyone else think that he might be a fucked up ISFP?
    Thanks!
    Why do you think he's an ISFP? (Are you talking about Ramsey or Roose now btw?)

    What do you think of this one everyone?
    MBTI: Game of Thrones’ Houses | Zombies Ruin Everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinina View Post
    Thanks!
    Why do you think he's an ISFP? (Are you talking about Ramsey or Roose now btw?)

    What do you think of this one everyone?
    MBTI: Game of Thrones’ Houses | Zombies Ruin Everything
    Ramsay
    Roose would be anything but ISFP lol. He is an XXTJ (probably IxTJ)
    I think that Ramsay overuses his shadows' functions (Te and Ni) because he is very unhealthy, similarly to the narrator of Fight Club (ISFJ) and Tyler (ENTP if he really is the shadow, but ESTP is also possible) MBTI: Fight Club’s Narrator- ISFJ | Zombies Ruin Everything
    The clues that lead people to interpret Ramsay as a Si-Fe user (sucking up to his father, obsession of titles/power/being a bastard etc.) are actually Fi's efforts trying to find a place to belong in the surroundings + his own twisted values are influenced by the impositions of the society imo. I don't think that he is a Si user who appreciates the rules of the society and order, but his Fi + inferior Te have somewhat led him to believe that if he acquires power, he will be respected and accepted by his father and others. This ideal/vision he embodies also leads me to think he uses underdeveloped Ni
    + I think that he's a SP - Spontaneously decides to torture people and enjoys their physical agony. I know this alone is a futile reason to type someone as a SP, but a deranged J would plan meticulous torture methods/ a deranged NP would ponder to invent unconventional ways to torture a person in many ways. Ramsay's torments are usually aimed to get instantaneous reactions of despair from the victim by the means of physical or emotional violence imo
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    @hypoglycemia I can sorta see ENTP for Roose, but then again I've never considered him too deeply.

    I always thought Tyler Durden was an ESTP, and the narrator was INFJ. Also, I never looked into it deeply. This is what I've heard.

    It's cool knowing that Chuck Palahniuk who wrote the book was a fan of Carl Jung, and that's most likely where he based the book characters off of. So Tyler was actually the Animus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hypoglycemia View Post
    The clues that lead people to interpret Ramsay as a Si-Fe user (sucking up to his father, obsession of titles/power/being a bastard etc.) are actually Fi's efforts trying to find a place to belong in the surroundings + his own twisted values are influenced by the impositions of the society imo. I don't think that he is a Si user who appreciates the rules of the society and order, but his Fi + inferior Te have somewhat led him to believe that if he acquires power, he will be respected and accepted by his father and others. This ideal/vision he embodies also leads me to think he uses underdeveloped Ni
    + I think that he's a SP - Spontaneously decides to torture people and enjoys their physical agony. I know this alone is a futile reason to type someone as a SP, but a deranged J would plan meticulous torture methods/ a deranged NP would ponder to invent unconventional ways to torture a person in many ways. Ramsay's torments are usually aimed to get instantaneous reactions of despair from the victim by the means of physical or emotional violence imo
    This is what I was saying mostly would be psychopathic/personality disorder traits. He is a psychological manipulator that's why he sucks up to his father, and his torture methods show poor impulse control.

    I wouldn't say that is determinative of his type. The thing is, if he is a sensor who possess Ni in the most inferior or tertiary sense, he could barely use it, because it is so repressed. So it wouldn't come out consciously through his actions of torture or the possession of ideals. Ni inferiors or tertiary users would more often, throw them aside for more concrete perceptions than Ramsay does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AverOblivious View Post
    This is what I was saying mostly would be psychopathic/personality disorder traits. He is a psychological manipulator that's why he sucks up to his father, and his torture methods show poor impulse control.

    I wouldn't say that is determinative of his type. The thing is, if he is a sensor who possess Ni in the most inferior or tertiary sense, he could barely use it, because it is so repressed. So it wouldn't come out consciously through his actions of torture or the possession of ideals. Ni inferiors or tertiary users would more often, throw them aside for more concrete perceptions than Ramsay does.
    ISXP's can show adequate Ni (as tertiary) I don't think that he's inferior Ni either. But he isn't Ni dom imo - so either auxiliary or tertiary and he might be on a Fi-Ni loop
    + He is usually portrayed with his personality disorder traits so we don't have much other information to use to type him

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    Ramsay gets a kick out of dominating people and grinding them into submission, through removing who they are -- their identity -- and turning them into whatever he wants them to be. He literally "gets off" on emotionally devastating people.

    Unhealthy Se/Fe. Strongly extroverted. ESTP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by angelcat View Post
    Ramsay gets a kick out of dominating people and grinding them into submission, through removing who they are -- their identity -- and turning them into whatever he wants them to be. He literally "gets off" on emotionally devastating people.

    Unhealthy Se/Fe. Strongly extroverted. ESTP.
    Yes, I knew I could trust u to come thru!! I waffled back and forth between whether I should say something or not, buuuut... He is an Se dom, and that is certain. His Ni is inferior.

    All his displays of dominion, of power and authority, and all those things that can keep him in check: status, station, recognition - all of it drains down into his unconscious intuition. He is not a higher Ni user, who plays on that level - that would be his father, "happy people, quiet land" (or some such), who I see as an ambiverted NTJ - but is rather manipulated by it from behind. Or from below? From the inferior position.

    See his appeals to icons and figures of the things he wishes to emulate - he is sensitive to immaterial meanings, but not conscious of them in any way that allows critique. Cannot interact with them willfully, but is still ever aware of them. Can only take them at face value. (Unbalanced) Se doms do this. Jaime did this. Robert too. Just... not at Ramsay's level of unhinged.

    I agree he is strongly extroverted. I think his Ti is mitigated terribly, and his Ni haunts his cognition in a very inferior manner.

    Ramsay, an ENTJ? Please! I already have that idiot Tywin sharing my type...
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    Quote Originally Posted by daybreak View Post
    Yes, I knew I could trust u to come thru!! I waffled back and forth between whether I should say something or not, buuuut... He is an Se dom, and that is certain. His Ni is inferior.


    Yup. It's there, but... doesn't rule his life and has no foresight, which is why his dad gets on his case sometimes.

    Ramsay, an ENTJ? Please! I already have that idiot Tywin sharing my type...
    Yeah, I'm not too thrilled about sharing a type with Sansa Stark, either. :P
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    melisandre - INFJ or ENFJ?
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