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I was wondering if anyone could try to guess the type of solid snake (from metal gear solid) and dante (devil may cry)
they are both badass characters and I always wanted to know their types...

EDIT: oh and Alucard from castlevania symphony of the night
 

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I think solid snake is an INTJ with a weak N. Anybody else?
I really dont see snake as an NT...he is not the guy who will try to impose you a certain way of doing things or to see them...at least thats what I think
 

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Alucard (sotn) seems intj to me. Ni-Fi going on. istp for snake and estp for dante work too. Dante could very well be entp though, its been a long time since I played them. Here is a bit from the wiki on dante's creation:

Dante debuted in Devil May Cry, a game originally intended to be a sequel of Capcom's Resident Evil franchise.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dante_(Devil_May_Cry)#cite_note-Interview-7 Series' creator Hideki Kamiya has said that the titular character from the manga series Cobra by Buichi Terasawa served as the basis for Dante's personality. Kamiya based his idea of Dante on what he perceived as "Stylish" -- with a long coat to make the character "showy", witty like a "British guy", and a non-smoker since Kamiya sees that as more cool. The character wears red because in Japan it is a traditional color for a heroic figure.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dante_(Devil_May_Cry)#cite_note-DMCgraphic-5http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dante_(Devil_May_Cry)#cite_note-cvg.com-8Kamiya has also stated he perceives Dante as "a character that you would want to go out drinking with", someone who wasn't a show-off but instead would "pull some ridiculous, mischievous joke" to endear audiences to him. He added that this aspect was intended to make the character feel familiar to audiences.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dante_(Devil_May_Cry)#cite_note-9
 

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They're both S types for sure.
 
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