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This is a discussion on Who Would Thrive / Not Survive On Same MBTI Island? within the Member Polls forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; Originally Posted by JoyDreamer Hmm... Assuming each type had an island in close proximity to all the others, here's how ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoyDreamer View Post
    Hmm... Assuming each type had an island in close proximity to all the others, here's how I think it would go down:

    Likelihood of survival index: Low, Fair, Average, Likely, Good

    ESTP - Would quickly assemble and determine the best course of action. Said action would most likely be to start a brewery with whatever vegetation they could most easily find on the island, and then start a series of competitions to determine who the leader would be (Not that anyone would follow him/her anyway). Becoming restless, many would make a swim for it (whether they make it or not would heavily depend on how much of said brewed alcohol was involved in their decision) Likelihood of survival: Fair

    ESFP - Would probably start off a bit scattered with everyone running about taking in the sights (smaller groups/cliques would form at this time). Eventually hunger would cause them to gather together and create a feast of island fair. Over time they would construct a small village but would probably never get around to electing a leader. Would probably strike off in small groups to discover other islands and adventures. Likelihood of survival: Fair

    ISTJ - Would come together to look at the practical solutions and whether survival would even be feasible. Would create an absolutely functional system of governance with strict rules and laws. Their town would be stripped of everything but the bare essentials, and cooly they would expect that their demise was inevitable. Because of their efficiency though, they would do better than they could ever foresee and would create one of the most efficient islands. Likelihood of survival: Average

    ISFJ - Would start off with nobody wanting to take control. Groups of two or three would form and houses (as traditional as possible) would pop up over the island. A small town would eventually form and a leader selected. Everyone would be expected to follow the rules set down by said leader but no type of enforcement would be created (Unless a ESTP somehow manages to swim over, than a makeshift jail would promptly be created). Likelihood of survival: Fair

    ENTP - Would start out either in a giant fight over who was in charge or with everyone trying to start their own town. Eventually the dominant alpha would take over all these towns and create one large city. Once bored, they would create a navy and go out and start taking over neighboring islands (The INTPs would be the first to be taken). Likelihood of survival: Good

    ENFP - Would start out by throwing a beach party and making friends with everyone. Once the novelty wears off though, they may try to build boats to go investigate other islands. A small town might be started, but no government would be attempted.
    May become the mediators/traders between the different islands. Likelihood of survival: Fair

    INTJ - Would quietly observe their surroundings for a time, and then slowly come together to create a proficient system to live by. Emotion would be kept to a minimum, and everything would be done with firm logical reasoning. Would send out spies to observe other islands and steal/modify the ideas they deemed most proficient. (Would also know that the ENTPs were on to conquest before even the ENTPs knew it, and would quickly create a lethal system of defense) Likelihood of survival: Average

    INFJ - Would tentatively come together, setting up a make-shift governance based on inclusion. Everyone would create their own house in small clusters with others, (I'm guessing there would be a lot of little tree-houses with swinging bridges to connect them) and privacy would be respected. Their main occupation would probably be the writing of books which the ENFPs would happily distribute to other islands for them. Likelihood of survival: Fair

    ESTJ - Would probably start out with a war of words about whose system of governance was better. After an uneasy settlement is reached, some would throw themselves in to create a town and others would set out and establish themselves on another island as a leader or director. There would be absolutely no tolerance for disrupting the system once it was established, and law enforcement would be the highest compared to all other islands. Likelihood of survival: Likely

    ENTJ -Would begin by having a heated debate on whose ideas to follow. Whoever best defended their stance would be respected and followed. Together they would quickly create an efficient government (based on debate) and build a practical town. Would probably become one of the most efficient islands (along with the ISTJs) with everything and everyone having their places. Likelihood of survival: Likely

    ISTP - Would come together fairly easily. Some would establish themselves as directors and a town would probably be built in a matter of days. Governance would be kept to a minimum as well as small talk. Would probably be the best built town/city of all the islands and would soon have electricity and functioning vehicles, not to mention running water and an aesthetic appeal. Likelihood of survival: Likely

    INTP - Would debate with one another over the best way to create a town and system of governance. Neither would ever be created. Instead, individuals would set up whatever shelter they could manage, and a committee might be formed to argue over different issues that would be raised, such as finding food and what to do about the ENTPs that seemed to be set on conquering them (Being conquered would actually be the best thing that could happen to them and might ensure their survival). Likelihood of survival: Low

    ESFJ - Would all pitch in their views on how things ought to be done. Arguments about how to set up their island would inevitably break out. When a stray ESTJ showed up looking for people to direct, they would quickly become organized and fall into the roles assigned for them. An active town would soon be established and the directing ESTJ would have plenty of advice to listen to (this may or may not end with him/her fleeing from the island screaming) Likelihood of survival: Fair

    ENFJ - Would probably come together very easily, listening to everyone's ideas and then creating an agreed upon system of governance. Would soon send out representatives to learn more about the other islands and might join the ENFPs in being mediators/advisers (May also help the ENFPs set up their own governance). Would find they were not welcomed by the INTJs (Remember those lethal traps? Ouch). Likelihood of survival: Likely

    ISFP - Would probably set up individual living spaces tastefully decorated and integrated with nature. There would be little governance, but a booming art district would emerge (once again happily distributed by the roving ENFPs who would also be their biggest market). No big towns would be established, and from a distance their island might look uninhabited (the only indicator being the large colorful art pieces waving lazily in the breezes). Likelihood of survival: Fair

    INFP - Would probably be reluctant to share their ideas, and little communication would happen for a time as everyone would escape into their own worlds. Once they were drawn out by the necessities of life, they might be able to form a make-shift government in order to reach out to their neighbors for help. Might be taken under the wings of the ENFJs and ENFPs and join them in their wanderings. Likelihood of survival: Low

    Disclaimer: All this is said tongue in cheek and should not be taken seriously.

    That was so in depth, it must have taken a lot of thought, haha! MAJOR kudos to you!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Merola View Post
    That was so in depth, it must have taken a lot of thought, haha! MAJOR kudos to you!!!
    Haha yes thanks, it took a bit of thought but I enjoy challenges like this and it was fun to do

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    In primitive conditions: ESTJ
    In modern society: INFJ

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    wouldn't be INTJ's
    we would kill each other after a week on plotting how we are all going to overthrow the island leader

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    INTs would probably get annoyed with each other after a fashion and plan other's demises (out of desperation).

    ENTJs would have conflicting ideas and the lot of them would want a part in leading something, but unless able to find a way for each of them to play a valuable part, they would also probably start offing each other. There is some serious potential of survival, though, but probably short lived...

    IFPs would probably get along very well for the most part, but never get anything done.

    ESFPs would take everything in and enjoy themselves, but ultimately forget that they needed to be looking for supplies and means to live, and die off. Some might take initiative, but quickly become overwhelmed and figure 'Eh, what's the point?'

    STP/J types would be most likely to thrive, I think. ISTP/Js in particular. They'd find a ton of ways on how to live off what they're given, and probably get along for the most part.

    edit: I guess it's safe to assume that everyone thinks INTJs would all participate in some form of homicide...
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    Quote Originally Posted by perpetuallyreticent View Post
    ENTJs would have conflicting ideas and the lot of them would want a part in leading something, but unless able to find a way for each of them to play a valuable part, they would also probably start offing each other. There is some serious potential of survival, though, but probably short lived...
    You see that too idealistic. Fact is they'ld kill each other until there was only one idea left
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    Quote Originally Posted by JackSparroww View Post
    You see that too idealistic. Fact is they'ld kill each other until there was only one idea left
    You NTs have the potential of being so violent with each other. You're probably right, though. I was trying to give the benefit of the doubt, but the thought of ENTJs working together in a harmonious environment makes me giggle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perpetuallyreticent View Post
    You NTs have the potential of being so violent with each other. You're probably right, though. I was trying to give the benefit of the doubt, but the thought of ENTJs working together in a harmonious environment makes me giggle.
    I forgive you !
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    Quote Originally Posted by perpetuallyreticent View Post
    You NTs have the potential of being so violent with each other. You're probably right, though. I was trying to give the benefit of the doubt, but the thought of ENTJs working together in a harmonious environment makes me giggle.
    I have the feeling you do not take me serious

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackSparroww View Post
    I have the feeling you do not take me serious
    Why is this?


     
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