- INTJ: The quiet person who sits in the corner and glares. Probably doesn't know how to smile. Or flirt. Might kill people
- INFJ: The nervous overly tidy dependable person, alternatively the quiet wise person, alternatively the one that yells a lot.
- ISFJ: The good one. The 'group mom', usually. Very loyal and cautious. Might be overprotective.
- ISTJ: The protector. Dependable, tends to focus on protecting loved ones above all. Traditional.
- INTP: The nerd. The kind you put in their own locker. Very smart. The person who keeps talking even when everybody already stopped paying attention.
- INFP: The good person. An idealist. Really enthusiastic about morals. Good protagonist.
- ISFP: The artist. Very laid-back, casual and chill but also caring. Also a good protagonist.
- ISTP: The person who's into things like vehicles. Needs to be active. The kind of person to jump on buildings or have a bow with arrows.
- ENTJ: The perfect leader unless they're the antagonist which they quite probably are. Might also kill people. Good planners.
- ENFJ: Very sweet people. Everybody likes them and they like everyone. Very determined. Know how to get what they want.
- ESFJ: Usually highly value morals. Want everyone to have a good time. Family/friends oriented kinda people. You could say selfless.
- ESTJ: Logical administrator, good planner. Might be workaholic. Probably will be. Not very good with feelings.
- ENTP: The witty one. Probably also yells a lot. Very spontaneous. Very likely to be the greedy yet lovable halfway antagonist.
- ENFP: Very enthusiastic and optimistic. Not a big fan of planning. Very spontaneous. Very fun. Comic relief character, sometimes.
- ESFP: Party people. Want everyone to have a good time. Easily bored. Feel v. comfortable in a group.
- ESTP: Good protagonist material. Might be kinda manipulative. Very casual and kind of carefree.
Anonymous said: Who are your top 3 favourite historical figures?
Alright, these are all going to end up being writers, but I’m not going to include early modern/modern writers in this, because that would double my prospects, but If you want to hear about them to, just shoot me another as and I’ll get on it
- Niccolò Machiavelli
thebearinthecamp said: the way i do the math is actually the traits total (so, 4) times each multiplier, so 4*2*1.5*1.5*1.5, which gives you 27 instead (we don't care that much about the math, but i feel like you deserve all 27 of those gays)
Wowie zowie that’s like double the gay I had before! What’s that bank’s motto? You’re gayer than you think? Yes that should be a bank