[INTP] what are the most important traits in a good person

what are the most important traits in a good person

View Poll Results: Pick three important traits in a good person:

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  • Brave

    8 33.33%
  • Charitable

    9 37.50%
  • Curious

    21 87.50%
  • Romantic

    3 12.50%
  • Funny

    9 37.50%
  • Honest

    19 79.17%
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This is a discussion on what are the most important traits in a good person within the INTP Forum - The Thinkers forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; In a horror computer game, there are six characteristics that define the characters in the game: Brave Charitable Curious Romantic ...

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    what are the most important traits in a good person

    In a horror computer game, there are six characteristics that define the characters in the game:

    Brave

    Charitable

    Curious

    Romantic

    Funny

    Honest

    Pick three you think are the most important and explain why you could do without the other three.
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    Unknown

    In a horror game?

    I would choose: Funny, Brave, and Honest out of the 6 choices.

    I would not pick these for a horror game because:

    Romantic: No. Just no. The human species can die out for all I care in this game.

    Charitable: No. Ain't nobody got time for that. Every man for himself. I'll even steal your share of resources when it comes down to survival of the fittest.

    Curious: Curiosity killed the cat. Not good in a horror game.

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    These are traits that get characters killed in horror settings, so it doesn't really matter which ones you pick.
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Not being bad.

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    ENTJ

    The "good" people last like five seconds, it's always the ones you want to die that make it to the end.
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    Unknown


    Good is relative. Often people who see themselves as good and perfect are the least tolerable, isn't it?

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    Romantic, curious and funny so that they can discover the monster's lonely heart, fall in love with them despite their horrid appearance and terrible misdeeds and then funny so that they can charm the monster turning the horror game into a romcom. Which may or may not be a different kind of horror. The game ends where they stroll off into the sunset eating people together.

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    None of those are related to being good.

    Also is good in this case not bad or can you be both not bad and not good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DemonD View Post
    None of those are related to being good.

    Also is good in this case not bad or can you be both not bad and not good?
    What is then?
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    Unknown Personality

    Quote Originally Posted by anarchitektur View Post
    These are traits that get characters killed in horror settings, so it doesn't really matter which ones you pick.

    Where's Patience in that list?

    I can sit there watching the same frame hoping something gets done, but doesn't. Patience is the only option that doesn't get the character killed, but also gets the character no where... yet still alive.


     
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