Heh, the opinions of the internet. I've seen some really wacky ones.I googled these two and saw in a couple of places that they were ENFJ. I am stumped now. Where are all the ENFJ fictional characters? and why couldn't Elizabeth Bennett be ENFJ? :sad:
I'm also quite a *Smallville expert*Oh no no no no Lana is NOT an ENFJ *Smallville expert*
Maybe in the first two-three seasons, though.
I'm also quite a *Smallville expert*
Lana is without a doubt an ENFJ, through and through. The first five seasons were nothing but ENFJ, when the original creative team had such a clear vision of the character.
Even in season 6 and 7, everything she ever did was to protect others - especially Clark - even when it was something that seemed really bad (except that one time she ran off to paris, but come on, who wouldn't run off to Paris after high school when their boyfriend wouldn't stop being shady?).
Granted, I don't much hold any stock in the crazy tangents that happened on Smallville because of the writer's strike between season 7 and 8. As far as I'm concerned, seasons 8, 9 and 10 are a completely different spin off show with some of the same actors and characters - and the same name.
though this makes me want to derail and type the whole Smallville cast.
Lana made a few mistakes, yes, but Clana was good for each other. A little forgiveness and it would be ideal. And you are aware of everything that Lana has been through on that show, right? I think we can afford her being a little 'unhealthy' from time to time. And the fact that she acts like an unhealthy ENFJ when she is unhealthy is even more proof that they wrote her well. Sorry that you don't want her in our camp, but she's one of us. I certainly don't want Jude Law in our camp, but I can see it more than a few roles.I HATE LANA. I really don't think she's an ENFJ, she's very manipulative and secretive, goes behind people's backs and cheated on Clark. Not a very ENFJ behavior. Or a very very unhealthy one. Oh no, a Clana fan on Personalitycafe *runs away holding "PRO LOIS" signs*
Clearly an extrovert led by his feelings, clearly an intuitive, and definitely a J. If you want to break it down, Gandalf knew pretty much everyone and was able to get along in any given group, quickly adapting to their cultural norms - so long as they did not offend his clear sense of "shoulds" or "us vs. them". He had that classic ENFJ chameleon ability. He was also a profoundly strong willed leader (Fe dominant + Se tertiary). Furthermore, Gandalf clearly had Ni (as opposed to Si) as his secondary. A flaming bad ass when it came down to the actual fighting part (tertiary Fe), and fascinated with how things work (inferior Ti) but there were plenty of instances where he chose Fe, Ni, or even Se ("it smells better this way") over Ti.Gandalf? :/
Awww... you don't have to agree with me. :laughing: I still heart you! :laughing:Let's agree to disagree. Clark and Lana's relationship was immature and angsty, they just couldn't be happy for more than a minute. Oh well.. Who cares, because Lois and Clark are together now and they're not gonna break up a gazillion times like Clark and Lana did! If you like boring or manipulative characters, then fine, Lana is your gal (I still very much doubt she's an ENFJ). Personally, I think Lois kicks ass and is absolutely awesome.
Edited to add: I don't wanna engage in those stupid "shipper" wars because honestly, I enjoy the show the way it is, and I don't really care enough to defend myself.. eventually in the comics and all mythos, we know who Clark ends up with. If you're unsatisfied, don't watch the show. Some liked the early years, some the last ones, to each their own.
Aww here is the ENFJ spirit. I was expecting you to be upset at me, but I forgot that if I never hold grudges, you probably don't either! : )Awww... you don't have to agree with me. :laughing: I still heart you! :laughing:
Besides, this way *I* get to date Lana, which is cool because I need a woman with powers like my own that rival those of a Kryptonian.