1. Sterling Archer – ESFP. The only thing that keeps Sterling Archer alive is the fact that he is the main character on his TV show. Otherwise, he’s an absolutely dead secret agent, all because of the unfortunate side of his ESFP traits.
Personality. Archer is a extremely narcissistic, arrogant, selfish, insensitive, egocentric, and sex obsessed man who is constantly focused on himself and his own needs and desires. He arrogantly believes he understands every situation better than his colleagues.
ESTJs, often referred to as “Captain” or “Executive,” make up approximately 8.7% of the US population. Known to be productive, task-oriented, and pragmatic, they tend to thrive in the corporate world, where they are considered the highest-earning personality type.
8 OLIVER QUEEN: ISTP (VITRUOSO)
It’s a good thing that Oliver Queen is the ISTP guy, otherwise we’d be reluctant to think about him with would handle everything he’s been through. The so-called virtuosos enjoy mental and physical challenges and patiently perfect their craft through practice.
Although she is an ISFP (who can be quite independent), Zelda has friendships throughout Hyrule that encourage her growth as a ruler and as a person.
When he states such facts, another character will often ask him in surprise, “How do you know?” to which Archer replies in disbelief, “How do you NOT know?”. In Season 4, Archer admits that his uncanny ability to do this may actually be evidence of autism.
Tony Stark’s “Iron Man” personality type is ENTP, one of the “Big 4” personality types. The ENTP personality type is referred to as “The Visionary” by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and the CPP. ENTPs are born innovators and thinkers.
Okay personality nerds, today I’m going to do something different and talk about a fictional MBTI® character. Loki, the “god” of mischief and the offended younger brother of Thor. He’s one of the most versatile villains in comics history and a very obvious INFJ.
Batman’s personality varies slightly by episode, but the comics usually portray him as an INTJ.
Barry Allen “The Flash”‘s personality type is INFP, with a secondary INTP. Barry Allen is a shy and introverted boy who is uncomfortable with his own feelings and has trouble expressing them. He is very intelligent and an expert in mechanics and electronics.
10 SUPERGIRL – ENFP
Her idealism makes her more of an intuitive type; She sees a better future for the world and fights for it every day.
Felicity Smoak’s personality type is ENTP, meaning she is extrovert, intuitive, thinking, perceptive, and sometimes empathetic.
Link (BoTW) Personality type is ISTP, as high as possible. “ISTPs are known as the ‘inventors’ of the world because they are very creative and have very vivid imaginations.”
Introverted Feeling (Fi): Link is a man of very few words….
Mipha is a red skinned Zora, slightly smaller than Link. A member of the Zora race, Mipha has fins, webbed feet and the appearance of a humanoid fish.
Archer probably suffers from what is known as a borderline personality. Lacking self-awareness, he evades decay by adopting personalities that give him identity. Such people often feel most real when they live “as if”.
Rather than changing the name of the central agency, Reed changed the entire concept of the show. “Well, if we’re going to” change the name, Reed said, “why don’t we just spend a season selling cocaine?” That led to the series Archer: Vice. first real deviation from his central imagination.