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A dark figure conceals itself in the shadow of a building. Its demeanor and observing attitude resembles at first glance that of the INTJ, but you would be wrong: It's a calculated diversion so that you won't see it coming once it strikes (and the sun is kind of a bother to this phlegmatic animal, but it all works out.)

Across the field it observes a dynamic system, Its own intuitive version of Game Theory. Once the cards are all in favor, it makes its anticipated move: sailing through a crowd and fending off smalltalk in multiple directions and modalities. Things have gone well, this animal has now arrived at its object of fixation: shaped to fit perfectly into its appendage, the cipher on the object surface suggests its an alcoholic bevarage.

Despite its successful performance, we are left with the impression that this animal is a lone wolf. It pulls back into the shadows to contemplate the playing field. Data from retrieving this object as well as of the field itself is stored in an internal map, as one of many systems in the ISTPs mind. To remember the data is to remember a logical system within its environment.

What we think we see is a creature which highly values its beverages, and other simple pleasures of life, and simply wishes to enjoy these things without obstacle. In part this is true, but we easily make the mistake of assuming that it evolved to be clever at the task, like its cousin the ESTP.
The truth is that the creature has a passion for systems, and systematic thinking, and desires to improve everything around it... one beverage at a time.
[HR][/HR]I like to do my introductions in the third person, I find it's more interesting that way. :wink: This one took on an Animal Planet narrative.
I'm a 5w6 (538) ISTP from Sweden. People sometimes say I write well for being ESL, but that's because I started teaching myself English when I was 6 (we had american TV). I like to write fiction and poetry; I'm bigender and in love with feminine beauty. I'm androgynous so I've recently delved into the infamous art of making people confused by my appearance, which is a lot of fun. (I'm also practicing the perfect female voice, did you know this is possible? I didn't.)
I study Cognitive Science at University and know a lot about Typology. I'm probably also on the Autistic Spectrum (like, for realz. Not this thing every other INTP claims) but I don't have a diagnosis to back that up. Maybe it's why I overthink introductions, though.
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You're very welcome.
How're you finding things so far?
It seems promising. I've missed the forum environment and Typology is a good excuse to come back to it.
 

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It seems promising. I've missed the forum environment and Typology is a good excuse to come back to it.
I'm pleased to hear you find it that way.
True, but this forum has much more than that. I'm awful at typology, and yet there are so many wonderful people to talk to here. I hope you find the same to be the case.
 

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