Myers-briggs types?


Im a balimorian, INTP-A although i also tend to get INFP-A.

Type 1: The Reformer. The rational, idealistic type. : 5
Type 2: The Helper. The caring, nurturing type. : 5
Type 4: The Artist. The intuitive, reserved type. : 5
Type 5: The Thinker. The perceptive, cerebral type. : 6


Gosh. Alot of people are excited about this. Such a good idea!


I got INFP


Flinterforge and INTJ. I have a feeling the INTJ/ISTJ type may pop up quite a bit for Flinterforge :stuck_out_tongue:


INTJ/P and Thornmouth


This came up at my work, sparking my interest again. I tried running some rudimentary statistical analyses but the sample size for most guilds is too small to draw any meaningful conclusions, other than @Revenir and I having the same personality type.


Not that ill help much but here’s my personality type: INTJ-T (The Architect) and Thornmouth


Okay, I don’t really put much stock in personality tests, but for the sake of research, I’m a Balimoran, and INFP, -A -T.


Here’s what I was able to come up with. I used polyguild self-identifications to pad the sample size a little bit. What it shows is not surprising: There’s a stronger tendency towards introversion in the “moon” guilds (but apparently, we’re mostly all introverts anyway - except those zesty Weatherwatchers!).


I just realized I never did this, even though I thought I did. :yum: So I’m INFJ-T (The Advocate)


Thanks Augo! I’ve been meaning to do that but didn’t know how.


Oh look, I never posted in this, and am going to throw off Augo’a lovely graphs.

Ebenguard and INFP


I love that Weatherwatch messed with the Sun guild average as heavily as it did.


Thought I’d put mine in too :slight_smile:
I am a Weatherwatch and my result is: ENFJ


Go team ENFJ!


In recent months I tested ENFP, but it fluxuates often between INFP and ENFP.


Yo, ENFP bros.


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I’d like to update this, I am still ambiverted but some days I get INFP-T. I’m also a Balimouth, Balimora and Thornmouth polyguild. Still a Hufflepuff though :blush:


It is genuinely a little scary how accurate this is.