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MBTI: Light is an ENTJ

Posted in MBTI Rationals, MBTI Stuff, MBTI Whatever with tags , , , , on 04/08/2015 by McCutcheon

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I’m far from perfect when it comes to typing. When it comes to spelling errors, I’m king, but typing is way different even though I usually combine the two.

But some things, man, I just know. And one thing I know is that Light Yagami, of the show/comic Death Note is an ENTJ. I would think it petty to write an entire article arguing what many others don’t believe but I see it more as bringing up a different perspective. Sure, I’ve covered this before but it wasn’t enough. I love the show too much to not bring it up enough to annoy you. Continue reading

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MBTI: Typing the “Insane”

Posted in MBTI Stuff, MBTI Whatever with tags , , , , on 11/24/2013 by McCutcheon

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After typing so many characters, some historical figures, people I know and inanimate objects, it has come to my attention that often times characters will get labeled “insane” and thereby rendered untypable.

How valid is this? That an insane character can’t typed? Or more interestingly- what qualifies a character as insane? A couple conversations with a few people recently have made me feel the need to address this. Serious issues, people! Serious issues. Continue reading

MBTI: Light and Near- ENTJ and INTJ

Posted in MBTI Rationals, MBTI Stuff, MBTI Whatever with tags , , , , , , on 07/30/2013 by McCutcheon

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As far as rivalries go, there’s really only a few noteworthy examples in the massive world of fiction. It’s easy to write characters that have opposing goals but few succeed in making the antagonist and protagonist stand out in the crowded house of film, TV, and literature.

So while Death Note’s ultimate rivalry was undoubtedly between L and Light, Light’s continued battle with Near was also filled with suspense and excitement. Many take Light as an INTJ which is understandable to a point- until you meet Near. Here are some key differences and similarities between the two, as characters and their respective types.

For further reading on Light’s type, check this out. Continue reading