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When the Types Hate Someone


You DO have someone you do not like, don’t you? Probably because he or she has done something horrible to you, or it is just his or her bad qualities that you cannot stand. The following list describes shortly how each type reacts to someone they hate.

ISTP: ‘You are just SO BRILLIANT!’

Hey, shouldn’t it be expressing hatred and dislike? Well, actually ISTPs will be very sarcastic around people they don’t like. So, brilliant on that line is equal to idiot, that’s why it is capitalized and ultimately equipped with exclamation mark.

ESTP: ‘I am out.’ (Talking to himself)

They prefer to avoid any possible interactions by fleeing as quickly as possible once they sense the presence of people they hate.

INTP: ‘…. I don’t feel well.’

It is not a lie to escape from an awkward situation when they accidentally meet the hated one. They DO feel bad just to see their nemesis. 

ENTP: ‘I couldn’t agree more.’ (nods enthusiastically)

You misread it. It is actually read like this: ‘dude, you and your idea should have been burnt in hell.’ ENTPs won’t show their hatred. They will pretend to like you and agree with anything you say.

ISFP: (remains silent)

They won’t say anything. They will suddenly be even quieter than usual. Some people will think they are sick. They are. They are sick of you!

ESFP: Err… I have to take my cat to the vet. He is fine. Actually I need to see the vet. BYE.

They will make up a weird story as an excuse to stay away from people they don’t like. Pretending to have another appointment, pretending to be sick and so forth. However, they are not really good at it. They should learn from the experts: Ne dominants.

INFP: ‘Would you mind to leave me… alone?’

I don’t know what kind of satanic demons that make INFPs hate them, but INFP will politely ask them to stay away. Seriously, just go. Don’t say anything.

ENFP: ‘Ah actually you are better. Who am I to handle this?’

(5 minutes after person they hate has gone) ‘He isn’t alpha male. Not even close. He is douchebags… He is…..’

I want to impersonate more but it will make this post NSFW. ENFP will pretend to be nice until they reach their limit. They recharge their patience and chill out by making such rude comments behind people they don’t like.

ISTJ: (Says nothing and moves away)

Similar to ISFPs, they will not say anything, but ISTJs will move away and keeps the distance far enough between them and their ‘enemy’.


I assume you read in Donald Trump voice. ESTJs will disagree with anything you say and anything you do. Enough said. They hate you anyway, so just go away.

ISFJ: (Sigh) ‘well…’ (sigh)

They will sigh a lot and probably throws fake smiles continuously until those people go away. Like seriously? Why would you make ISFJs hate you?

ESFJ: ‘Umm.. I don’t … think that I share the same opinion with you… Sorry.’

They will try so hard to express disagreement. But they do hate you so they will say it with ‘sorry’ at the end of their speech. It’s okay ESFJs, it is normal to hate sometimes.

INFJ: (Remain silent during the meeting with person they hate)

(With his buddy) ‘He shouldn’t be like that. It is just so rude and inappropriate.’

They will remain silent around people they don’t like. However, they will remember and share it with their inner circles.

ENFJ: ‘He might be so late but at least he DID come.’

ENFJs will try to find out what’s good about those people they don’t like. Dear those people, SHAME on YOU.

INTJ: ‘Bye.’

They will literally say bye, adios, farewell, sayonara, or whatever the language to express that they need to leave you at once.

ENTJ: ‘Shut up. You are so wrong.’


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Assassin’s Creed: MBTI

Which type of assassin are you?

Before going further, I would like to tell you that this is purely an observation based on the point of view of an ENTP, who misses playing video game on his PC so much, about other types supported by several theories that you can click on the top of this page.

How do different types act as members of assassins’ fraternity?  You may agree or disagree with the following descriptions.

ISFJ- The Defender

Mostly found at: The headquarter, near the headquarter.

What they do: Scouting on the tower, going patrol, be prepared for intruders, taking care of the wounded comrades. Making sure that everything is protected firmly.

Typical Assassination style: They prefer not to use their swords, hidden blades and archery kits to kill, but should they had to, they will make it quick and painless. They will aim vital spots for instant death for sure.

ISTJ- The Spy

Mostly found at: The city, spreading everywhere even in unexpected places, enemy’s territories.

What they do: Eavesdropping rumors, collecting information, spying with ESFP, hanging around local bars, delivering information, discussing with INTJ for possible strategies, assassinating after a long careful observation.

Typical Assassination style: ISTJ will hunt with a set of organized and detailed plans. Their strategy is based on their experience and it is carefully sequenced. They value traditions, so as assassins, they will more likely to stay incognito instead of rushing into an open battle and they will often use the hidden blades instead of other weaponaries.

ENTJ- The Captain

Mostly found at: The battle field, conflict areas,the headquarter.

What they do: Leading a large group and giving orders to them about what to do and how to make everything runs as it has planned. While if they are at the HQ, they will be busy with long term plan about anticipating future threats or passing their wisdom to young assassins.

Typical Assassination style: ENTJs always seek for the most efficient way to solve problem including assassinating. They won’t waste any bolts or arrows in their quiver. They won’t delay a mission because of something personal. Therefore, a quick stab to the neck, a tube of deadly poison, an arrow or bullet to the head or anything that will kill quickly are the options.

ENFJ- The Mentor

Mostly found at: The battle field, conflict areas,the headquarter.

What they do: ENFJs are good at pointing out other people’s potential. A responsive mentor to the ally yet a fearsome combatant to the enemy. In some occasion they are in charge to organize smaller group under the supervision of ENTJ.

Typical Assassination style: As a mentor by nature, ENFJs are more likely to assist their apprentices in an assassination quest by luring the enemy to certain point where another assassin is waiting to assassinate that poor target. Should they have to kill, they will refer to something very basic about the assassin’s order: the hidden blade.

ENTP- The Rogue

Mostly found at: Almost everywhere

What they do: ENTPs does not like rules and routines. They will fool around blending with people, gathering information by pretending to be a double agent, messing around working ISTP, compete with ESTP comrade in chasing robbers or preaching along with ENFP to recruit new member.

Typical Assassination style: They hate something repetitive. Thus, ENTPs will be very happy to try new weapons, poisons or berserk potion to finish their enemy. In some occasion, they don’t mind to manipulate an enemy to kill another one by pretending to be very friendly.

ENFP-The Vigilante

Mostly found at: The town, battle field.

What they do: ENFPs are the vigilante who clean the city from criminals with purposeful intention of recruiting new members. During the peaceful time, they will recruit new member with a help from information that was gathered by ISTJ and ESFP. During the assassination quest or battle, they are flexible combatant who are adept in almost every weapon and usually team-up with other type.

Typical Assassination style: Smoke bomb, explosive stuffs, and any other distractions are their favorite before the final blow.

INTJ-The Strategist

Mostly found at: battle field, head quarters.

What they do: Their authentic thought and ability to quickly understand pattern drive them to be natural strategist either for the battle needs or for negotiation. INTJs are also independent that they often take mission on their own.

Typical Assassination style: INTJs have high standard and value efficiency on their action. It is uniquely similar to ENTJs and ISTJs combined, their assassination scenario is effectively well-planned.

INFJ- The Counselor

Mostly found at: The city, enemy’s territory, head quarter.

What they do: INFJs are good communicator. They can be counselors who will be very helpful to boost the morale of the other comrades while on the other hand, they can be summoned as negotiator to the Knights Templar’s quarter.

Typical Assassination style: INFJs often kill their target in a busy crowds and quickly blend to the other side of the crowd without getting detected. They are not natural killers, so remain anonymous is the best way.

ISTP- The Craftman

Mostly found at: The headquarter’s workshop

What they do: Upgrading their panthom blades, figuring out how to increase the range of their crossbow or developing new type of gun.

Typical Assassination style: They will happily utilize their invention and developed weapons to assassinate.Therefore, without forgetting efficiency, peculiar weapons are their primary choices on a mission.

ESTP- The Bounty Hunter

Mostly found at: The city, almost everywhere.

What they do: Looking for something exciting to do like chasing robbers or even trying to take over a tower guarded by the enemy. ESTPs assassins are also interested in looking for hidden relics or being a mercenaries to get extra money.

Typical Assassination style: They are adrenaline junkies. Air assassination is their favorite.

ESTJ- The Observer

Mostly found at: The battle field and head quarters

What they do: Assembling and organizing the guild and making sure everyone is on their duty as they are, too, busy with plans with ENTJs and ENFJs.

Typical Assassination style: They prefer to summon ENTP or ESTP to get the dirty work done. However, they can be merciless killer who will do anything if it is needed to be done on their own.

ESFP- The Joker

Mostly found at: The city, the bar, enemy’s territories.

What they do: They can work along as spies with ISTJ, being an undercover assassin by performing music in local bars or working as bartender who poison the target and even used as decoys in battle field.

Typical Assassination style: ESFPs are adept at hiding their assassin’s alter ego for they are mostly cheerful and very warm. Thus, they can take advantage on this to use poison to kill their enemy slowly or very small darts with berserk potion to create chaos.

ESFJ- The Provider

Mostly found at: Battle field, conflict area

What they do: Covering others, guiding the citizens to the safe places, providing support to the comrades, fighting side by side with everyone are what ESFJs more likely to do.

Typical Assassination style: They prefer not to kill unless there is a very strong reason to do so. similar to ISFJ, it will be quick and painless.

INTP- The Alchemist

Mostly found at: The headquarter, the battle field

What they do: Creating deadly poison, effective berserk potion, and testing them are what INTP more likely to do. However, they are also vicious warrior.

Typical Assassination style: Letting the enemies go mad because of his berserk potion and start killing each other or shooting every target with poisonous arrows.

ISFP- The Artist

Mostly found at: Battle field, conflict area.

What they do: They fight elegantly as they dance. They understand the arts of killing.

Typical Assassination style: Swords are mostly use for the weapon is highly related with the arts of painting and dancing. They enjoy one on one sword fight or a clean hidden blade assassination.

INFP- The Visionary

Mostly found at: Battle field, conflict area, head quarter

What they do: Battling with no reason is not typically INFPs’ character. They dream of harmony and peaceful outcome. Sometimes they even negotiate to avoid bloodshed.

Typical Assassination style: INFPs will utilize what they have around them as weapons to kill. Even so, they often use any kind of hidden blade as a quick solution to end their enemies’ life without being detected.

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The Types in MMORPG



I have been thinking of this since long time ago. Wondering how we can identify the type of MMORPG  (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Play Game) players based on their class and the way they interact with others.

ISFJ: The Cleric

It might sound stereotypical but ISFJs are good at taking care of others and taking part as the supports who heal and cast spells that strengthen the other players. Their dominant Si also help them in thinking about how to carefully keep everyone safe. They won’t let you die twice, though.

ISTJ: The Sniper

Si and Te respectively with Fi as the tertiary function make ISTJs extremely meticulous and logical strategists as well as sharpshooters. They are very potential in deciding who and where to shoot by observing the weakness of the enemies. Relying on what can they learn from the external logic and the past, they won’t let a single arrow miss the target.

ENTJ: The Summoner

ENTJs are natural commander and strategic leader. Their dominant Te makes them an adept observant on what’s surrounds them. Thus, ENTJs are great in deciding which monstrous creatures to be deployed in a battle field and controlling them to defeat the enemy, or even taking control over the enemy as well.

ENFJ: The Paladin

They won’t let people they care about hurt or die miserably. Protecting and healing their comrades and sticking on the justice are what ENFJs would gladly do and they are dying to do so. It obviously suits the role of a fearless Paladin who is both a healer and a tanker at the same time.

ENTP: The Rogue

Tricky, agile, can be so quiet and loud as they please, always seek for possibilities in any situation, and full of crazy unpredictable ideas. ENTPs are surely an unpredictable and cunning ‘blade in a crowd’. They do not like orders and rules. They can hide anywhere you’ve never imagined. You didn’t see  them coming until the dagger is slitting your neck.

ENFP: The Hunter

Ne dominants value freedom. Hence, ENFP, as ENTP is, is a soloist who tend to go on hunting and killing others individually or in a small group with no compulsion of following rules or orders. ENFPs gladly learn new things and tend to observe their surrounding to connect it with their inner values. Making them incredibly innovative and capable in using any kind of weapons, traps, even poisons.

INTJ: The Witch Doctor

Genius, very genius and vicious. You do not ask for mercy to INTJs during a PvP. You will die before you know it. INTJ will kill you without making any unnecessary movement because they have gone ten steps ahead when you launch your first attack. Good luck in negating the dark magic.

INFJ: The Priest

Along with the ISFJ on the back-line, INFJ are they who heal not only phisycal wound but also depressed morale. Their charisma boosts the confidence of their comrades as well as intimidates the foes.

ISTP: The Craftsman

Turning any scraps into valuable and useful equipment is what ISTP naturally expert at. Instead of hunting monsters to level-up, ISTPs tend to hunt for what they can find and what they can make out of their loots.Thus, sometimes mining and digging soil is interesting to find materials.

ESTP: The Mercenary

Two-handed sword, twin swords, a sword and an axe, war-hammer or even a scythe are some possibilities of ESTPs’ weapon of choices. They do not like something mainstream and they are good at taking advantage on their talent. Exciting quests and epic battles are what they always seek as they have no fear.

ESTJ: The Knight

ESTJs are they who fight side by side with the ENFJs on the front line. If their paladin comrades tend to defend the line behind wide shield and battle flail while making sure no one gets horribly hurt, the knights are they who thrust and push the enemy by slaying them with their sword or spear while at the same time trying to take control over the brutallity of ENTP, ENFP and ESTP. Their interest is on organizing the mess and sticking to moral values.

ESFP: The Jester

Cheerful and very provocative during the game. Using handy and practical tools as their weapon is what ESFPs more likely to do. Their uncontrollable happiness might sometimes annoy other classes especially the knights, the witch doctors and the summoners.

ESFJ: The Guardian

ESFJs plays to protect and bear others’ burdens on their shoulders. You might say no, ESFJs, but you cannot ignore a lower level player who is chased by a monster. They stand on the same line as the paladins and the knights to protect both of them.

INTP: The Alchemist

The very curious nature of INTPs makes them very potential in creating such lethal formula to perish their enemy or even powerful elixir to support their fellows. INTP and ISTP work together may produce super rare and deadly weapon.

ISFP: The Blade Dancer

The strong extroverted sensing collaborating with the dominant introverted feeling make ISFP a curious player who is always excited to try new things. Combining swordsmanship and the elegance of dance is what ISFPs more likely to be interested in for they have a very strong desire and passion on arts.

INFP: The Druid

INFPs seek for harmony and value. More than that, they are surprisingly energetic and also very creative. Their extroverted intuition also help them in observing and expanding different possibilities. Thus, using the power of nature and some elemental spells to create strong variations of chaining attack and build impenetrable defense might suit them well.

After all, those are seen from the perspective of ENTP. Cheers.

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The Dominant Functions in General


I have been busy in the ‘Danger Room’ since the semester is damn tough. Meanwhile, this blog keep haunting me for I have abandoned it since more than a month but here I am, coming back with MBTI and cognitive functions to be shared with you. Just in case you skip it, please read the title because the following stuffs will be what I have written on it.

This is basic but just in case you have misplaced the information in the brain, Carl Jung has divided the functions into eight: introverted thinking (Ti), extroverted thinking (Te), introverted feeling (Fi), extroverted feeling (Fe), introverted intuition (Ni), extroverted intuition (Ne), introverted sensation (Si) and extroverted sensation (Se). Each of them, however, has general traits that are peculiar to each other. Thus, the following descriptions are gonna help you understand a bit about how dominant functions work in different type.

Extraverted Thinking (Te) : ENTJ and ESTJ

”What’s your reference?”

Inductive reasoning is the main weapon of everyone with dominant Te. People with high functioning Te will often put facts on the top of their priority. Their objectivity in thinking will not let them argue without dozens of accurate facts. Thus, most Te users prefer to keep calm and quiet while at the same time gathering as much resources of information as possible if they are trapped in a discussion with unfamiliar topic.

Introverted Thinking (Ti) : INTP and ISTP

“You give me Astrophysics article. I can turn it into a science fiction.”

Opposing the Te, people with Ti (especially the dominant one) are more likely to rely on their intrinsic device that allows them to critically analyze and develop very minimum factual information into analytical and broad ideas.  Their subjectivity in thinking sometimes extremely useful in developing ideas and analyzing theories but lack of factual data will lead Ti user to produce nonsense.

Extroverted Feeling (Fe) : ESFJ and ENFJ

“I am here to help you to feel better. Let’s get started.”

That line above is said by them with highly functioning Fe. People with extroverted feeling are people who are sincerely happy to help others for they will feel the relief and the happiness of the person that they lend their hand to. Everyone’s joy is their source of happiness and everyone’s problem is their burden. High functioning Fe people are experts in understanding emotions making them sometimes overly tolerant even though they do not like it, an expert in pretending to be ‘fine’.

Introverted Feeling (Fi) INFP and ISFP

“I keep my inner circle small yet very comfortable.”

When a dominant Fi person considers you as his or her best friend, there are two possibilities: you share too many similar points of view and interests as she or he is, or you know too much about him or her so that letting you go is as dangerous as giving your social media passwords to a stranger. Unlike Fe people, they who have Fi as a dominant function value morals and individual beliefs. Thus, they often neglect what against the values that they believe and will not easily get too close to strangers who do not share the same perspective.  If Fe people prefer to hide their dislike towards you, Fi will say it in your face once they find something that they hate.

Extroverted Sensation/Sensing (Se) ESFP and ESTP

“Sky diving sounds fun.”

Dominant Se is adrenaline junkie and risk taker. They live in the present time and love to experience genuinely new things. People with Se tend to be very bold and take every risk as a valuable lesson that unconsciously evolves them into people with sharp instinct in making decisions. Dominant Se user might have developed Spider-sense as the fictional hero Spider-man has.

Introverted Sensation/Sensing (Si) ISFJ and ISTJ

“I remember my first time on roller coaster. No more pizza before riding such things.”

Si users have a great ability in recognizing and playing such flash back past memories and factual information in their mind. They believe that experienced is the best teacher and they should not make the same mistake. Learning from the past is their genuine ability. However, driven too much by this function will turn Si users into timid and doubtful.

Extroverted Intuition (Ne) ENFP and ENTP

“I am ready to talk about anything. Tell me more about that idea of living in Mars. ”

They are the brainstormers. Ne users see how everything in the universe is interrelated and have various perspectives about single thing. Their expertise in understanding the external environment leads them to be highly curious. Seeing if there are some possibilities to take everything a step further is what they are always excited about.

Introverted Intuition (Ni) INFJ and INTJ

“You are mad, aren’t you?”

They analyse everything internally by firstly taking abstract pieces of information and making sense of it. Ni users are very good at understanding patterns and also an expert in sensing something when it goes off. They are very good at recognizing someone’s habit and will draw conclusion over something peculiar if the unusual patterns of habits come up.

That’s all folks. Gotta back to work. Henry McCoy is chasing me. Until next time!

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