Yea.Well, the true ENFP villain would use his intuition and charm to manipulate people for his own ends. Using people for destructive and selfish reasons an ENFP villain is a scary thought.
The whole Fight Club idea seemed to affect people on an emotional level - it was cathartic. He had a cause (anarchy), which seems to fit with the idea of an NF as an idealist. Plus, I think he was intended to be the opposite of the protagonist, who I thought was an ISTJ.The inexact breadth of gnosis that is Ne when in fact exacted unto the sociteal wares of civility does but entreat of Chaos.By way of charismatic treachery does the ENFP(Ne dom shall i say) triumph in the score of the villanous act.......Tyler durton you say?...why not of ENTP?
Sound more like my INFP mum...:crazy: my grandma. She acts all nice but in truth gets under peoples skin and makes them feeel guilty, she twists what people say, manipulates behind their backs...she does this sooo damn well too. It always comes out in her favour, the way she wants it....it's disgusting to watch. She is subtle like a demon infested fox.
ENFx gone wrong is a dangerous foe to deal with. Reading the patterns and anticipating her moves is crucial, as well as the skill to quickly read and understand ppl.
This is why I love ENFPs....Robin Hood? Steals from the rich, gives to the poor.
Morality is subjective - one man's hero another's villain or terrorist.The only way an ENFP could be a villain is if they dud not realize what they were doing or were totally tripped out. I just can't see it. They would have to go "T" in my opinion... I mean, ENFPs can come up with some pretty snappy comebacks but only if you upset them... I don't know...
(Or they would have to go "J", I forgot that one lol)Morality is subjective - one man's hero another's villain or terrorist.
Alternatively, you assume that the emotional drive of an ENFP consists of positive emotions. If you were to make one angry enough to hold a grudge...