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mgb
19 Feb 2005, 10:22 PM
This test was pretty fun and proves that all INTPs are evil.

http://piratemonkeysinc.com/quiz.php

Boneca
19 Feb 2005, 10:46 PM
Bah. I've already had this discussion on a Harry Potter-forum (yes. :blush: ), and we all agreed that this is wrong - Voldemort is INTJ.
Think of it - INTP's might plot to take over the world, but would they ever get around to actually try it? Just look at what happened to those threads...forgotten.

coffeezombie
19 Feb 2005, 10:48 PM
Yeah, I got Lord Voldemort. Isn't he a little too efficient at executing his plans for world domination to be an INTP though? I have lots of dreams of dominating the world, but they never get carried out. Heh heh

Edit: Crap, I wrote this before I saw Boneca's post. Yeah, I agree with you, dude.

Niflheimian
19 Feb 2005, 10:56 PM
The description for ISTJ was also accurate though, and I'm wondering why "ambitious" was in the INTP description but not the INTJ (maybe because Voldermort is ambitious, and this site thinks he is an INTP?)
The diagnosis of some characters' types was surprisingly accurate (Hagrid-ISFJ, Dumbledore- INFJ, Snape- INTJ); others did not seem as accurate, such as Olympe Maxime being pegged as an ENFJ: I don't think her character is developed enough in the book to infer her type (and from what is written in the book, ENFJ isn't the best description).

PonderBee
20 Feb 2005, 03:16 AM
LOL I'm like Lord Voldemort

Pointless attempt to malign the INTP :rant:

Shai Gar
20 Feb 2005, 03:59 AM
i agree with it, when did voldemort himself ever demand rigidness in time and that?

his plans got done because he had many many people on his staff to do them, to me i know this has got to be true because of this one clincher, i identify with him but i would rather be snape. as i am intp but would rather be intj

Architectonic
20 Feb 2005, 05:52 AM
Bah. I've already had this discussion on a Harry Potter-forum (yes. :blush: ), and we all agreed that this is wrong - Voldemort is INTJ.


Post a link. :P

But I would say that the quiz results are biased, because the guy who made it is an INTJ and he obviously didn't want to be Lord Voldemort.

PonderBee
21 Feb 2005, 03:28 AM
I see Voldemort as an INTJ - Snape as an INTP. Snape is misunderstood.

QrioCT
23 Feb 2005, 12:00 AM
i dont think there's an INTP in harry potter. voldemort is INTJ, snape seems IXTJ to me, and by the way i thought hermione was an INFJ.

Bugeater
23 Feb 2005, 12:28 AM
I agree, QrioCT. Snape is misunderstood, but I don't think he's a P. He strictly enforces the rules (though he bends them to suit his own whims) and he has the work ethic of a J, even though he's not in his choice of position (he wants to teach DADA, but always gets stuck with Potions). He definitely seems like a IXTJ. And I don't see how Hermione could be anything but an INFJ, as she's definitely an advocate for the oppressed/downtrodden (House Elves, Buckbeak, etc).

Elro
23 Feb 2005, 12:56 AM
What type do you figure Prof. Quirrell was, from Sorcerer's/Philosopher's Stone?

Bugeater
23 Feb 2005, 01:16 AM
What type do you figure Prof. Quirrell was, from Sorcerer's/Philosopher's Stone?
I'd say IXFP, but then again, Voldemort was in his head the whole time, so who knows?

Boneca
23 Feb 2005, 01:22 AM
i agree with it, when did voldemort himself ever demand rigidness in time and that?

his plans got done because he had many many people on his staff to do them, to me i know this has got to be true because of this one clincher, i identify with him but i would rather be snape. as i am intp but would rather be intjBut, if you read about Tom Riddle in the second book, you'd find that he was a model student, always on time, teacher's pet, neatly dressed etc. Doesn't sound like any of the INTP's on this board at least (with the weird exception of myself, but I do have INTJ-ish tendencies).
Also, he must have been quite a strong leader to gather all those death eaters around him in the first place (leadership skills= not INTP).


dont think there's an INTP in harry potter. voldemort is INTJ, snape seems IXTJ to me, and by the way i thought hermione was an INFJ.
Firenze might be INTP (but his character is very little developed). Slightly arrogant about his intelligence, not afraid of authority, seems to be a bit of a square peg in centaur society...and yeah, I like him. :P
And I stand by my opinion that Hermione is ENFJ; she's way too bossy to be INFJ.

Quirrell...eh, I don't know. Since he was controlled by Voldemort most of the time, it's hard to know. Way too curious to be SJ, that's all I can say.

And I can't believe how serious I sound on this subject.

Slider
23 Feb 2005, 05:45 AM
Hermione is enfj, Voldemort intj, Snape intj and Lupin intp.

quirrel seems isfp.

Sackanaka
23 Feb 2005, 06:24 AM
the test said Lupin was infp. :/
am i really more infp?

Warrior413
23 Feb 2005, 07:00 AM
I'm sure You Know Who I got. I haven't read this stuff in a while, I read the first bit before it was popular, thought it was fairly decent.


Here are all the possible results. I've seen several people who come up as INTP who are upset that they got Voldemort. I'm not saying INTPs are evil. But personality type should be neutral - people of any personality type can be good or bad.
Well I'm not upset, I just agree that it's wrong.

Architectonic
23 Feb 2005, 07:38 AM
So what about Harry Potter then?

Bluehaze
23 Feb 2005, 07:56 AM
http://piratemonkeysinc.com/images/ISFJ.gif

Elro
23 Feb 2005, 07:43 PM
So what about Harry Potter then?
I could see Harry as an ISFP. Not sure about Ron being an ESFP, but then again I don't know any confirmed ESFPs.

I also could see Hermione as ISTJ, despite the current consensus. However, it has been a while since I've read the books, admittedly.

As for Lupin being INFP, that's dead on, in my opinion.

echo
23 Feb 2005, 08:13 PM
http://piratemonkeysinc.com/images/INTJ.gif

hmm, close enough i guess.

Winterpark
18 Mar 2005, 08:47 AM
http://piratemonkeysinc.com/images/INFP.gif

Eileen
18 Mar 2005, 12:24 PM
And I stand by my opinion that Hermione is ENFJ; she's way too bossy to be INFJ.


*snort*

INFJs can be pretty bossy, but yeah, ENFJs are even moreso...

I recall taking this test and getting Dumbledore, but I'm not going to go back and re-take it because I have a bunch of crap to do before school.

Albino Sartan
19 Mar 2005, 08:06 AM
This is the second test that has marked me an INTP. This and one at Selectsmart.com. Most common result for me is INFP, though, so I guess I'll stick to that, at least for now.

Miss Padfoot
17 Apr 2005, 04:20 AM
I see Voldemort as an INTJ - Snape as an INTP. Snape is misunderstood.
I say they're both INTJs. Snape is closer to a P than Voldemort, though.

Hermione's an INFJ. Harry is an ISFP and Sirius is an xSFP - in book 5, you can clearly see the similarities between unhealthy SFPs - angst, impulsivity, recklessness, angry outbursts. Ron and both the Weasley twins, I think, are ESTPs. Ginny's an ExFP. I think McGonagall may be an INxJ? And Lupin is an INFP. Dumbledore is clearly an INFJ. Mrs. Weasley is the stereotypical motherly ESFJ.

Percy and Cornelius Fudge are obviously ESTJs. You'd have to be blind not to see it. I get the feeling it's J.K.'s least favorite type, and that's fine with me, because it's mine too.

j4ck
17 Apr 2005, 05:26 AM
Another Lord Voldemort here. I feel so...naughty.

Mua ha ha.

Sally
17 Apr 2005, 05:50 AM
Lupin is totally T. Don't let that manipulative son of a bitch fool you into thinking otherwise.

Miss Padfoot
20 Apr 2005, 01:51 AM
You think so? I say he's a weak F. He's studious and quiet and serious, yes, but that does not automatically mean INT-something. Can you imagine a real INTP being as warm towards Harry as Lupin was in book 3?

Star Cannon
20 Apr 2005, 03:35 AM
<a href="http://piratemonkeysinc.com/quiz.htm"><img src="http://piratemonkeysinc.com/images/INTJ.gif" width=275 height=250 border=0 alt="Pirate Monkey's Harry Potter Personality Quiz"><br>Harry Potter Personality Quiz</a> by <a href="http://piratemonkeysinc.com">Pirate Monkeys Inc.</a>

this seems pretty accurate for me. I think that Snape and Voldemort should have their type's switched. Voldemort is definitely a J.

Star Cannon
20 Apr 2005, 03:37 AM
<a href="http://piratemonkeysinc.com/quiz.htm"><img src="http://piratemonkeysinc.com/images/INTJ.gif" width=275 height=250 border=0 alt="Pirate Monkey's Harry Potter Personality Quiz"><br>Harry Potter Personality Quiz</a> by <a href="http://piratemonkeysinc.com">Pirate Monkeys Inc.</a>

this seems pretty accurate for me. However, Voldemort did say that 'There is no good or evil, only power and those too weak to get it?' That does indicate a P... If that's his belief I'd say he qualify's for THAT sites decription...

Vagabond
20 Apr 2005, 04:42 AM
Lord Voldemort. The description sucks.

coffeezombie
20 Apr 2005, 04:52 AM
Lord Voldemort. The description sucks.

Accept it. You are evil just like the rest of us INTPs.

Vagabond
20 Apr 2005, 04:55 AM
Accept it. You are evil just like the rest of us INTPs. Never. I am unique :P


I am a little angel. (No comments).

April
20 Apr 2005, 05:18 AM
I have to agree with Lupin being typed as an INFP. I never really thought about it until now, but I knew there was a reason for me liking him so much :)

philonightmare
20 Apr 2005, 06:51 AM
I think Hermione's INFJ, she's too much like me...eh, I'm actually less anal than she is, but I fight for causes, studious, etc.

Snape is most definitely an INTJ. Rigid in his thinking, unrelenting in his dismissal of fools.

Voldemort is clearly INTP. Creative in his torture methods and does not go by a schedule when taking over the world. He relies on other people to get the details done and bids his time until he see's fit. He does have a rudimentary sketch of a plan for capturing Harry in almost every book (J), but he is also WAY too creative in coming up with ways to do so (P). He seems much more relaxed than Snape.

Miss Padfoot
20 Apr 2005, 11:12 PM
I have yet to meet an INTP that is anywhere near as power-hungry as Voldemort. I personally wouldn't want to take over the world, and I don't think most of us would... maybe I'm wrong?

Zero Angel
21 Apr 2005, 12:11 AM
No, we just impulsively wish we could boss around all these fools. Doubt we'd go through with it, plus we leave evil to the ENTJs.

ohnoaninfp
21 Apr 2005, 10:22 PM
http:///piratemonkeysinc.com/result.php


Who is he? :huh:

Dempsey
8 May 2005, 02:42 PM
I got Lord Voldemort. I didn't know about the MBTI system as I read the books so I didn't think too much about their personalities in this respect.

Melange
29 Jun 2005, 03:07 AM
I guess Lord Voldemort is my companion according to this ;P

Samantha543
5 Jul 2005, 06:59 AM
Sirius is definitely an E... just recall the pensieve scene from book 5.

attila_the_hunny
5 Jul 2005, 08:34 AM
I've joked about taking over the world...but seriously, I was only joking. Honestly. :whistle:

Shai Gar
5 Jul 2005, 10:49 AM
:) i have planned it.
and it was semi seriously.

joft
5 Jul 2005, 05:29 PM
voldemort does sound like an intp to me, just consider his past as a motivator for his behavior in school (and after). the model-student thing was a show as you can see from the diary in the second book. I come off as a model student, it's just too easy. his crusade against halfbloods can be seen as motivated by his own self-hatred and I don't think self-hatred is common among INTJs. it just took a little bit of a messed up past combined with social isolation to start making him go bad, and at that point the power may have become intoxicating. I don't think intps are easily corrupted by power itself but he also had strong motivations for wanting/using the power (to destroy anything like himself)

and I don't remember book 5 well, but what happened when dumbledore had him in that hold spell seemed to me like a spell (pun) of P-paralyzation. like he was at once faced with all of his motivations and actions and questioned himself. this just made me think of a theory that i'm going to post in the psych forum

EmmaPeel
5 Aug 2006, 02:15 PM
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zhang_bob
5 Aug 2006, 04:22 PM
http://piratemonkeysinc.com/images/INTJ.gif

Carebear
5 Aug 2006, 05:03 PM
Wow, I'm still an INFP! No kidding!

I don't see why you all type Ron as E and Hermioioioioine as I, it might be the movies f''ing up my perception. I'd say Ron is ISxP and miss Granger ENFJ or even possibly a very hard working, intelligent ESFJ.

Snape is a misunderstood INTJ, while Voldemort could be any of these: INTJ, INTP and ENTP, though most likely INTJ.

Lurker
5 Aug 2006, 05:08 PM
http://piratemonkeysinc.com/images/INFP.gif


Ha, more proof that I'm a kinder, gentler INTP.

Neppy
6 Aug 2006, 01:55 AM
http://piratemonkeysinc.com/images/ISTJ.gif

Okay then. >_>

Although I wouldn't have Hermione down as an ISTJ, myself. She's intelligent, but she's a feeler, without a doubt (S.P.E.W and the fact that her emotions control her back me up on this). Snape being an INTJ is very accurate. Harry strikes me as an ISFP, for some reason. And that test agrees with me. He might be an INFP though. Definitely a perciever. Definitely a feeler. Definitely an introvert, although not extremely. His love for Quidditch suggests he's a sensor, but he also has strong N moments. As for Voldemort, he certainly is clever. Very resourceful. He could function as an INTP, but personally I don't think Voldemort can be typed. He's too flat.

demagogic_schizoid
20 Dec 2007, 02:02 PM
Snape is misunderstood.

this proved to be true.

:blush:

I :wub: Snape.

and don't complain about spoilers anyone, you should have read it by now.:2up:

</death eater>

AllAboutSoul
21 Dec 2007, 07:58 AM
You are INFJ - Albus Dumbledore.

pangolin
21 Dec 2007, 09:23 AM
I've done a similar test before, and am always quite offended that Voldemort is considered an INTP, as if any INTP would bother with collecting minions. Such requires way too much interpersonal interaction. Additionally, our P-ness makes us disinclined to direct the activities of others, much less try and take over the world (not that we wouldn't mind creating a model of how it would run for said world dictator...)

pangolin
21 Dec 2007, 09:35 AM
I completely agree that Hermione is and ISTJ. Her primary attribute is memory (Si) and she is bossy (TJ). Plus, she also like Percy, whom we have established is an ESTJ prat. Every time she opens her mouth, something she's read pops out, how S is that, and though she eventually learns to selectively break the rules, she is an extremely rule oriented character, as befits the Accountant.

Camelopardalis
12 Jan 2008, 11:36 AM
I think Voldemort is definitely an INTJ. Snape may be as well, but Voldemort will fit the description more. P.S. I got Snape.


I think Hermione's INFJ, she's too much like me...eh, I'm actually less anal than she is, but I fight for causes, studious, etc.

Snape is most definitely an INTJ. Rigid in his thinking, unrelenting in his dismissal of fools.

Voldemort is clearly INTP. Creative in his torture methods and does not go by a schedule when taking over the world. He relies on other people to get the details done and bids his time until he see's fit. He does have a rudimentary sketch of a plan for capturing Harry in almost every book (J), but he is also WAY too creative in coming up with ways to do so (P). He seems much more relaxed than Snape.

I think the adult Voldemort is clearly deranged. I'd type him as his younger self, Tom Riddle. I think Riddle is more INTJ and changed over time. Yes, I agree with the test that Snape is INTJ.

I think Hermione may be borderline ISFJ or ISTJ. She expresses strong 'T' and strong 'F' at the same time, but she certainly relies on her five senses and her experience. She has a firm belief that all hogwarts teachers are respectable and inherently good (perhaps from her experience) and she does not consider otherwise and dismisses it when Harry and Ron suggest the possibility.

As for Madam Hooch, I don't think enough characterization has been done to really know her type.


this proved to be true.

:blush:

I :wub: Snape.

and don't complain about spoilers anyone, you should have read it by now.:2up:

</death eater>

I love him as well... :boohoo: He needs a hug! Or... He needed... R.I.P. Snape...

Ohdear
14 Jan 2008, 12:49 AM
lolz.

http://piratemonkeysinc.com/images/INTP.gif

Andantino
14 Jan 2008, 05:41 AM
http://piratemonkeysinc.com/images/ENTJ.gif

edel weiss
21 Jan 2008, 12:33 PM
Sirius Black - ENTP.

Yeah, Voldemort's definitely not INTP. Strikes me more as a (very) warped INTJ.

mancroft
21 Jan 2008, 12:42 PM
a (very) warped INTJ.

And that is saying something.

:ph34r:

Acala1
21 Jan 2008, 04:25 PM
http://piratemonkeysinc.com/images/INTP.gif

...

whatever
21 Jan 2008, 07:12 PM
damn them and thier non working link to post the image! *stomps feet* of course I'm too technologically inept to figure that out!

I'm a bad guy as well though! ESTP- Draco Malfoy

(though Snape IS the best :wub:)

Lateralus
21 Jan 2008, 07:31 PM
http://piratemonkeysinc.com/images/ENFP.gif

Always at the center of things, socially? Pfft

oblivion
26 Jan 2008, 02:30 PM
INTP, lord voldemort


On the first test I did I got INTJ (this is my 2nd one)

Camelopardalis
29 Jan 2008, 01:50 PM
Sirius Black - ENTP.

Yeah, Voldemort's definitely not INTP. Strikes me more as a (very) warped INTJ.

Bleh. I definitely claim Voldemort as one of my own; a deranged INTJ. He's too cool to pass up :D I think he was more of a 'normal' INTJ when he was Tom Riddle. When he became Voldy, he became INTx. He can be spontaneous and rigid at the same time.