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So I did Disney princesses before, I am only doing the so called 'Princes' not going into the extended ones or any of the non royal Princes.

The Prince- INFJ- (Incredibly hard, I know, but only someone supremely romantic would have the guts to serenade a girl in broad daylight.)

Prince Charming- IXFJ- (Again, no idea, he had like, one line in the movie. But I just think he fits this type for some reason.

Prince Phillip- ENTP- I don't know why, he just seems really smart and is more logical about things. For instance he doesn't flinch once from the period of being taunted by Maleficent, going to the castle and then slaying her.

Prince Eric-ISFP- He loves his surroundings and he is very romantic also.

Beast- INTJ/ INFJ-
I think he seems very angry at first and kinda INTJ, likes solitude, shut off from everything. Although he could always be a very bitter and angry INFJ. Since he shows some naive traits early on like not knowing how to ask Belle to dinner.

Prince Adam- ENFJ
- He seems to change so dramatically by the end of the movie. The way he hugs everyone reminds of of an EXFP. But he is obviouslly very happy in that moment so I would be fine with ENFJ.

Aladdin- ENFX
- Sometimes he seems more ENFP (Dreaming about living in the castle.) Then other times he seems more ENFJ during his forward action fighting scenes. But more likely, he was just comforting Abu, so maybe he is ENFJ.

John Smith- ESFJ- - I don't know, he just seems very selfless and caring of others. He seems genuiniely interested in learning about others.

Li Shang- ISTP- - Quiet, Serious, focused on one thing, training, isn't good with emotion and prefers to do things rather than talk.

Prince Naveen- ENFP
- He seems really fun and I was tempted to say ESFP, but he seems pretty quick on his feet and clever. (Not to say ESFP's aren't.)

Flynn- ISxP- For some reason, I keep thinking ISFP. Although he doesn't seem to be romantic in anyway. But I'll stick with that for now.


I will look forward to doing the extended prince/princess, hero/heroines of Disney some time soon.
 

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I am actually really intrigued by this thread. I have never thought
of trying this out. I will probably continue to think about it.

Probably, because if there is a trend in Disney Princes' personality
types- it may mean this is a secret deep-rooted ideal?
 

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I'm pretty sure the Beast is an E throughout. Just a really unhealthy one from being isolated in that castle so long. I would say ESFJ. He does plan things out, (there's the J) but often ruins them by letting his feelings get the best of him. (F) He's also kept the castle as it is and has the rose displayed. (This struck me as Si, so S)

Aladdin, I think he's an ESFP. He has strong Se and was so caught up in thinking that he needed to present himself as a prince.

Flynn, xSTP?
 

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I am actually really intrigued by this thread. I have never thought
of trying this out. I will probably continue to think about it.

Probably, because if there is a trend in Disney Princes' personality
types- it may mean this is a secret deep-rooted ideal?
that would kind of go along with the whole theory--they're portraying an archetype, or a "perfect vision" of an archetype (that is, less balanced in but still for some reason seen as "ideal").

and yeah, i was actually thinking earlier while i was looking at a thread that you made about Fe that maybe why some people have such an aversion to it is because of the social aspect of Fe in certain cultures.

if you're american i'm sure Fe and Te are seen as "what's expected" as the cultural ideal(maybe in every culture, who knows?). what we've turned that process into, what our culture has morphed the archetype into is something that is outdated and overdone (and possibly not even realistic)... maybe that's why some people have an aversion to certain functions, or the state of mind that we associate with certain functions is because a certain culture may attempt to assimilate a "state-of-mind/function" and actually take it past the point of being "realistically re-producable". so... we get an ideal that no one can live up to, but since it's the ideal, it's still forced on others who find it unnatural... i don't know, cultural ideals are kind of up in the air right now anyhow--back on topic!
 

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Flynn is totally an ESxP, ESTP specifically. Aladdin could be ENFP or ESFP depending on how you interpret him..... similar thing with Prince Naveen probably. Beast... maybe IxTJ? Much of the other princes/heroes are kind of underdeveloped to type.
 

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The point of Princes is to have them be chameleons - therefore able to mold to be any girl's dream.

Therefore, they're all ISTPs. :D lol
 

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INFP

ESFJ

ENFP

INFP

INTJ

ENFP

ESTJ

ISTJ

ENFP

ESFP

Not as much of a pattern as I expected...
though, it does seem that considering my typing
of the Disney Princess', too- there is a slight XNFP
preference for Disney main characters in general.
 
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