Hmmm, Alice has never hit me as an extrovert...Ariel (The Little Mermaid): ENFP
Jasmine (Aladdin): INFJ
Belle (Beauty and the Beast): INFP
Snow White (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs): ISFJ
Alice (Alice in Wonderland): ENTP
Aurora (Sleeping Beauty): ISFJ
Meg (Hercules): ISTP
Cinderella (Cinderella): ISFJ
Esmeralda (The Hunchback of Notre-Dame): ENFJ
Why isn't this dominant Ne though? Keep in mind the time period and the town she was in....... books were probably the only external intuitive catalysts she could get ahold of.Her dominant Ni is shown in her love of losing herself in the worlds inside her books, and the way she's constantly asking questions.
She was rather feely-feely, but Fe? Not so sure.Her Fe is obvious with her father, the beast, and the way she becomes very forceful when she has to.
Dominant Ne is, from my understanding, all about handling possibilities and connections in the external world and dealing with them in creative ways. Dominant Ni is about synthesizing a flexible blueprint of the world internally. If she were Ne dominant (say an ENFP), she would be much more external about her desire for adventure (think Ariel or Rapunzel, ENFPs). As it is, we only know about it because she monologued an entire song. While holding a book. By herself. In a field. (That's basically my whole life story right there.)Why isn't this dominant Ne though? Keep in mind the time period and the town she was in....... books were probably the only external intuitive catalysts she could get ahold of.
Fe is about having externally defined moral values. I know a lot of Fi users (xSFPs, mostly) that are a lot more "feely-feely" than me, or my XXFJ friends. She dealt with Gaston's unwanted proposal in a very Fe kind of way ("Oh gosh, I'm just not good enough for you, you're so great, now get out"), she showed Fe with her unbending loyalty to her father (not that other types aren't loyal, they just show it differently). She showed Fe with the beast by loudly disapproving at first when he violated her moral standards (ex. she didn't get to say goodbye to her father, who she'd never see again), and then again when she took the time to reevaluate him and try seeing how the situation impacted him.She was rather feely-feely, but Fe? Not so sure.
That's very true. I can see her possibly being an ISFJ as well as now thinking Nala being an ESFJ.Hmm, why is Cinderella an ENFJ? She was very sensing dominant from what I remember, accepting the life she had and never really using time to wonder about other possibilities.
Marlin's an ISFJ. He's constantly coming up with negatie possibilities throughout the movie. Kim's probably an ESTP with good Fe while Ron's definitely some Fi user. I agree with you for the most part though.Wall-E: ISFP
Kim Possible: ENFJ
Ron Stoppable: ISFP
That is all I have right now. And I am not very good at this, so I would be happy to see your opinions.
Hm, I'm rather inclined to believe Kim Possible is an ENFJ. But I can definitely agree with Marlin.Marlin's an ISFJ. He's constantly coming up with negatie possibilities throughout the movie. Kim's probably an ESTP with good Fe while Ron's definitely some Fi user. I agree with you for the most part though.