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ENTJ 3w2 Sx/Sp here, I was told I the 3w2 creates the illusion of having 'Fe' (8th function for ENTJ), so I glide better in Fe-environments/social propriety/expectations. I (could) look more pleasant/cooperative than normal ENTJ, I suppose. Ruffling less feathers and more likeable.

And I think I can relate to the vulnerability @Easy mentioned. I want to be 'liked', I have the urge to be 'pleasant'. For an ENTJ it's an anchor to drag.
 

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I (could) look more pleasant/cooperative than normal ENTJ, I suppose. Ruffling less feathers and more likeable.
Agreed. When I first scored as an ENTJ I was a bit confused as to whether it was accurate, as most descriptions sound ENTJ 8ish (and I don't rate that high on 8). Once I got into Enneagram it made more sense. Being a 3 I've noticed I'm definitely more people pleasing and generally don't like conflict as much. When there is conflict I'm not one to back-down if it's something I'm passionate about, but I'm not one to seek out an argument for the sake of it.
 

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I'm an ENTJ 3w2 with a 3-7-1 tritype. ENTJs are mostly 8s, 3s, 1s, or counterphobic 6s. The two wing probably takes some of the edge off, I don't usually have trouble getting along with most people and I relate to what was said above it being like Fe. I usually score fairly high on Fe on most function tests and it often does water down my Te in some situations. The 7 in my tritype makes me more fun loving and between that and the pseudo Fe, I've been mistaken for both an ESTP and ENTP.
 

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Anyone know any examples of ENTJ type 3 public figures, celebrities or fictional characters?

The only one that comes to mind is Patrick Bateman from American Psycho (extremely unhealthy 3)
 

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Pretty sure my original test telling me I was a three is more accurate than my recent test on Tax Day indicating a 6w7 is more accurate...

ENTJ type 3 right here; need to update my profile

So be it, so it is.
 

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I might be an ENTJ 3w4. I associate this combination with pre-med Honors students at my Uni. I can't stand people like that in real life. The reason is that I get the sense they are only out for what they can get from you, and if you at any time weren't useful to them anymore, they'd cut you loose in a second. Totally amoral and completely shallow. If they're better than you they make you feel lesser, if they're equal to you or you're better off they flatter you and project parts of their image and try to see what they can get. Ick. I guess I might be projecting . . . or I'm not 3w4. Or they're not 3 . . .
 

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Anyone know any examples of ENTJ type 3 public figures, celebrities or fictional characters?

The only one that comes to mind is Patrick Bateman from American Psycho (extremely unhealthy 3)
Maybe:

Celebrities: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emmanuel Macron, Ted Bundy, George Clooney, L. Ron Hubbard, Fernando Collor, Nancy Reagan, Benazir Bhuytto, Francisco Pizarro, Xabi Alonso...

Fictional characters: Aldrich Killian (MCU), Tobias Beckett (Star Wars), Danny Ocean (Ocean's Eleven), Kevin (Despicable Me), MODOK (Marvel Comics), Mrs. Lovett (Sweeney Todd), Wave the Swallow (Sonic), Gwaihir the Windlord (Lord of the Rings)...

Source: Personality Database.
 
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