@jeantown Because the MBTI has been mentioned here before, and because the official profiles are so complimentary it’s difficult to relate them to villainous characters, I thought I’d share this cool thing I found.
The Dark Side version of every personality type!
And because Mordred, from his description, always sounded like an ENTJ to me…
“Destructive ENTJs are dominating, aggressive, and quick-tempered. They have a clear vision for the future and will force everyone to follow their vision, caring little for other people’s perspectives and views. They have fiery tempers and can be intimidating bullies, using their quick wits and cold hard logic as a weapon to humiliate and silence their opponents. They will consider themselves above emotions and subjective feelings, but will become temperamental and wallow in self-pity when things don’t go their way. They consider the feelings and values of others stupid or silly and they are exceedingly proud of their logical superiority. They like to control other people, and enjoy using their intuitive perceptions as a way to play mean tricks on others. Domination is a game to them, and they are increasingly power hungry as they become more and more unhealthy.”
Since you’re, after all, his writer…does the proverbial shoe fit?
And I have no idea if this one would fit or not, since Morgana’s possible alignment shift is so far in the future, but here’s what it says about Darkside ISFJs.
“Destructive ISFJs believe everyone must instantly conform to the traditions and values they’ve accepted as their own. They may seem friendly at first, but underneath their soft-spoken demeanor they are manipulative and passive aggressive. If you rebel against tradition or interrupt their practiced routine, they will shut you out of their life without a second thought or find underhanded ways to get you demoted or punished. They do nice things for people simply for validation and praise, and are hateful when they don’t receive the praise they were expecting. When people question them, they will retreat into self-pity and impose guilt trips. They are hard workers, relentless in their sense of duty, even if that duty is to a corrupt power structure or societal construct.”
(Um, unless you’re still mad at me and want me to go away. I can leave if unwelcome.)