Star Wars: Personality Types!

Ever since I started my personality series on this blog, friends have asked me to type the Star Wars characters. I always promised I would oblige “some day” … and lo and behold, today is that day!

Shout-out to the wise and wizardly Charity @FunkyMBTI, who helped me nail down these typings, and The Sorting Hat Chats, whose Hogwarts House definitions I’m borrowing.

In fact, let’s pause and refresh those House definitions. It’s been a hot minute since I did a personality post, and some of my Star Wars sortings may be controversial (lol), so it’s a good idea to review our terms before we dive in.

According to the Sorting Hat Chats system, your Primary House is your motivation, why you do things. Your Secondary House is your methods and strategies, how you get things done.

Gryffindor Primary: follows their heart and their instincts, needs a Cause to believe in

Ravenclaw Primary: constructs a system of ideals to “make the world make sense”

Hufflepuff Primary: follows their sense of fairness, justice, and community loyalty, because “all people matter”

Slytherin Primary: driven by personal loyalty and close relationships, rather than an ideal, a Cause, or a sense of community

Meanwhile …

Gryffindor Secondary: charges ahead with the most direct solution, prefers to be blunt and honest

Ravenclaw Secondary: relies on planning, strategizing, knowledge-gathering, and tool-building

Hufflepuff Secondary: works hard and builds a support network of friends and allies

Slytherin Secondary: adapts and shapeshifts to fit each new situation, may manipulate behind the scenes

Now we’ve got our definitions out of the way, it’s time for some Star Wars typings!


Luke Skywalker: ISFP 9w1 Ravenclaw/Hufflepuff

Luke is a sensitive kid who feels things deeply, but isn’t inclined to big emotional displays. He prefers instead to brood in private (Fi). He longs for adventure, and seems comfortable jumping into dangerous situations and learning new skills on the fly (Se). His quick physical instincts make him a great pilot.

As an Enneagram Nine, Luke can be withdrawn and passive. He stays on his uncle’s farm for years even though he hates it there. After pushing Ben Solo to the Dark Side, Luke hides in the wilderness rather than face his own mistakes. He doesn’t go on fun adventures and try to forget the way a Seven would; he just … broods. Luke’s 1 wing can be strongly moralistic and even puritanical. He fears the presence of “evil,” and contemplates murdering Ben Solo when he realizes Ben is drifting to the Dark.

Luke is a Ravenclaw Primary, drawn to the firm, fixed rules of the Jedi. He devotes his life to rebuilding the Order, because he genuinely believes the galaxy needs their knowledge and their ideals. As a Hufflepuff Secondary, Luke is hard-working, friendly, and eager to find new allies, even when those allies are smugglers of questionable morals accompanied by giant Wookies. πŸ˜›

Leia Organa: ESTJ 8w7 Gryffindor/Gryffindor

Leia wants to get things done as efficiently as possible, with no excuses (Te). She’s grounded and realistic, and has no use for hare-brained schemes which haven’t been tested (Si). She trusts in experience, authority, and the chain of command, and wants Poe Dameron to learn to do the same.

Leia is a classic Enneagram Eight who takes immediate command of any situation she steps into. She has a big voice and a big personality, and she’s not afraid to use them. She has little use for persuasion or niceties, preferring to rely on force and intimidation. Her 7 wing is drawn by Han’s adventurous nature … until her ESTJ need to “build something” clashes with his endless wandering.

Leia is a Gryffindor Primary who believes passionately in her chosen Cause, the liberation of the galaxy. Even when her son and her husband abandon her, Leia keeps on serving her Cause. While Leia borrows some of the tactics of the Slytherin Secondary when she lies and schemes to evade Darth Vader, she’s happiest when she can just pick up a blaster and start yelling at people. That’s pure Gryffindor Secondary.

Han Solo: ESTP 7w8 Slytherin/Slytherin

Han is impulsive, physical, and easily bored. He seizes the opportunities available in his environment and adapts to fit changing circumstances (Se). He has a logical, detached mind which remains unimpressed by Luke and Obi-Wan’s idealism (Ti). He wants to be liked, but has trouble connecting to others (low Fe).

Like many Sevens, Han is a restless wanderer who can’t stand being tied down. His response to negative emotions and hard, messy situations is simply to run away. After his son Ben turns to the Dark Side, Han abandons Leia and roams the galaxy, trying to forget. Han’s 8 wing can be brash and forceful, ready to grab whatever he wants.

Han is a Slytherin Primary. He is motivated by personal ties, rather than a Cause or an ideal. He helps Luke because Luke is his friend, not because he believes in the Jedi or the Force or any of that mumbo-jumbo. xD Han is a Slytherin Secondary, too, just as ready to fool and trick his enemies as fight them. (Characters with Se and Fe in their MBTI stack are often Slytherin Secondaries, because adapting and wearing a mask comes naturally to them.)

Obi-Wan Kenobi: INFJ 6w5 Ravenclaw/Hufflepuff

Obi-Wan is prone to strange intuitions, such as just “knowing” that young Anakin is dangerous. After the fall of the Jedi, he focuses on a singular goal, pinning all his hopes on Luke Skywalker and waiting nineteen years for him to grow up (Ni). Obi-Wan is unfailingly courteous and concerned with social harmony (Fe).

Despite his misgivings about Anakin, Obi-Wan trains him anyway, out of loyalty for his dead mentor, Qui-Gon. He is a loyal Enneagram Six with a strong sense of duty. He’s cautious and sometimes fearful, and his 5 wing isn’t happy in intense situations (“Flying is for droids!”)

Obi-Wan is a Ravenclaw Primary, a true believer in the Jedi Way. He’s a Hufflepuff Secondary, polite, pleasant, loyal to his friends, and ready to welcome new allies.

Anakin Skywalker: ESFP cp6w7 Slytherin/Gryffindor

Anakin has relied on his physical abilities since he was a young boy, but he’s hampered by his reckless nature and poor foresight (Se). He’s at the mercy of strong, sweeping emotions, and forgets to take others’ feelings into account (Fi).

Anakin is a very counterphobic Six: paranoid, suspicious, lashing out in all directions, and essentially driven by fear. His 7 wing longs for adventure, and is reluctant to consider the negative consequences of his actions.

Anakin is an unhealthy Slytherin Primary. The Jedi Way never mattered to him, and the Cause never mattered to him, and the needs of humanity in general never mattered to him–but Padme? Padme is his whole world. until he, y’know, kills her in a violent rage, so yay Meanwhile, Anakin’s Gryffindor Secondary never listens to advice or caution, preferring to charge in and start stabbing.

Padme Amidala: ISFJ 2w1 Hufflepuff/Hufflepuff

Padme is much more realistic and conscientious than Anakin. She cares “how things are done” (Si) and “what people will think” (Fe).

Like all Enneagram Twos, Padme feels called to help others. She thrives in public service as a Queen and a senator. Padme has a deep need for love and affection. Unfortunately, this need overrides her more sensible side and drives her to pursue a doomed relationship with a volatile young Jedi. Her 1 wing is duty-bound, principled, and shocked by Anakin’s violent excesses.

Padme is your standard Double Hufflepuff, concerned for the community welfare and working hard to make life better for everyone. She’s a genuinely nice person, and I think we can all agree she deserved a happier ending.

Rey: ISFP 9w8 Hufflepuff/Gryffindor

Rey is driven by her inner moral instincts, which are different from the social norms of her community (Fi). Other people on Jakku sell droids for scrap money. Rey insists that droids have feelings and rights. Rey never hesitates to jump into a fight, preferring to strike first and ask questions later (Se).

Like Luke Skywalker, Rey is Enneagram Nine. She spends fifteen years on Jakku just … waiting … for her parents, waiting for something to happen, even though she could’ve left at any time. She shies away from active leadership roles, leaving the bossing to Poe and Leia. She is content with silence and solitude, choosing to travel alone after the war ends. But Rey’s 8 wing gives her an aggressive edge. When BB-8 accuses Finn of stealing, Rey immediately gets in his face and knocks him down.

Rey is a classic Hufflepuff Primary, compassionate to all people and all creatures … even, ultimately, to her greatest enemy. She’s a Gryffindor Secondary who tends to punch her way out of a jam.

Ben Solo / Kylo Ren: INFP 4w3 Ravenclaw/Gryffindor

Ben Solo lets his emotions drive him, no matter how negative, angry, or destructive (Fi). He’s impulsive and curious, often changing plans on the fly based on new information (Ne). He’s wrapped up in his own subjective memories of “how people treated me,” and allows those memories to fuel his resentment (low Si).

Ben is an Enneagram Four who bases his identity on his trauma and pain, and stubbornly refuses to grow past it. The whole galaxy must suffer to make up for his suffering. His 3 wing thrives on drama and, quite literally, “wears a mask” to seem more impressive.

Ben is a Ravenclaw who clings to an ideological system in which Darth Vader was objectively “right” and his parents were objectively “wrong.” When Ben struggles with doubt, he appeals to an external source–Vader’s spirit–and asks Vader to take away his doubts, instead of following his own instincts the way a Gryffindor would. Ben mirrors Anakin’s violent Gryffindor Secondary, smashing any obstacle which stands in his way.

Finn: ENFP 6w7 Slytherin/Slytherin

Finn is very adaptable, comfortable with “winging it” and thinking his way out of problems. He has a hopeful optimism that sees the potential for change (Ne). His inner moral compass is strong enough to override his Storm Trooper training and protect Poe (Fi).

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As an Enneagram Six, Finn is suspicious and often anxious, looking for allies he can trust. He abandons one team (the First Order) and immediately joins another (Poe, Rey, and BB-8). His 7 wing is enthusiastic and ready for fun.

Finn is a Slytherin Primary who bonds with individuals (like Rey) much more easily than he adopts causes. After all, he was ready to abandon the Resistance and ride off into the sunset with Rey until Rose stopped him. Finn’s Slytherin Secondary often turns to lying, bluffing, and fast-talking to get what he wants.

Poe Dameron: ESTP 8w7 Gryffindor/Gryffindor

Poe is brimming with energy. He’s hands-on and often reckless (Se). Poe is fairly logical and willing to ask questions (Ti). He’s warm and genuinely caring, but may explode with temper at inopportune moments (low Fe).

Poe is Enneagram Eight through and through, aggressive, bull-headed, and impossible to intimidate. He laughs in Kylo Ren’s face during torture, and even attempts a mutiny against his own commanding officer. His 7 wing loves a good time and is easily carried away by excitement.

Like his mentor Leia, Poe is Gryffindor Primary, a true believer in the Cause. He’s Gryffindor Secondary, too: “Permission to jump in an X-wing and blow something up?”

Rose Tico: ESFJ 1w2 Gryffindor/Gryffindor

Rose is a caring person who thrives in a community of like-minded people (Fe). She can also make sweeping, harsh emotional judgments. Rose is more realistic and detail-oriented than Finn, and the stories of past heroes of the Resistance make a big impression on her (Si).

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As an Enneagram One, Rose has strong views on right and wrong. She’s outraged by Finn’s selfish plan to abandon the Resistance. Rose’s 2 wing wants to be needed and to serve others. Immediately after her sister’s death, she throws herself into a mission to help the rebels.

Rose, of course, is Gryffindor Primary. She’s devoted to the Cause, even when the Cause costs her sister’s life. She’s Gryffindor Secondary, too, and thinks nothing of shooting Finn to stop his escape.

Jyn Erso: ESFP 7w8 Slytherin/Gryffindor

Jyn is an opportunist who seizes any available tool in her physical environment (Se). She’s driven by strong, passionate emotions, but feels no real need to share them with others (Fi).

Jyn is Enneagram Seven. She spends years running from the pain of her parents’ deaths, throwing herself into new, exciting adventures and daring criminal escapes. Her 8 wing is fierce, aggressive, and will fight you in a parking lot. Any parking lot. πŸ˜›

Jyn is a Slytherin Primary, since she’s consistently motivated by avenging her parents and bringing meaning to their sacrifice. Before the Rebellion became personal for her, Jyn wanted no part in it. Her Gryffindor Secondary will (again) fight you in a parking lot.

Cassian Andor: ISTP 6w5 Burnt Hufflepuff/Hufflepuff

Cassian is quietly logical, analyzing every situation for the best chance of survival (Ti). He’s hands-on, physical, and good at adapting to shifting circumstances (Se). He longs for community and connection, but presents as aloof and detached (inferior Fe).

Cassian is a cautious Enneagram Six: looking for allies, yet holding them at arms’ length once he gets them. His 5 wing makes him a little cold and withdrawn, rather than fun-loving or enthusiastic (6w7).

Cassian is a great example of a Burnt Hufflepuff. He starts the movie as a ruthless spy, but we sense immediately it’s a forced, unnatural role for him. Cassian doesn’t want to be ruthless. He wants friends. He wants a family. He wants teammates he can look out for. He’s a Hufflepuff Secondary, too. “I’ve been in this fight since I was six years old!” Cassian is loyal, dedicated, willing to put in the work–and hurt when Jyn doesn’t immediately respect him for it.

Mando / Din Djarin: ISTJ 1w9 Ravenclaw/Hufflepuff

Mando relies on years of accumulated skills to solve problems. He’s deeply invested in the traditions and rituals of his culture (Si). He’s blunt, pragmatic, and focused on doing the job and getting paid (Te). He develops a strong emotional connection to the Child, but doesn’t voice his feelings (low Fi).

As an Enneagram One, Mando has a black-and-white sense of right and wrong. He thinks nothing of threatening to kill perfect strangers when he suspects they’ve violated the Mandalorian Code. Other than that, though, his 9 wing has a very “mind my business” attitude. He often refuses to get involved in fights which he feels would be a waste of energy.

Mando is a Ravenclaw Primary, as devoted to his Code as Luke or Obi-Wan could ever be to the Jedi Way. Despite his attachment to Baby Yoda, he gives him up at the end of Season Two without a second thought, because … the Code says so. Mando is Hufflepuff Secondary, keeping a running list of friends and acquaintances he can leverage for assistance whenever he’s in trouble.

(This is why the ending of Season Two frustrated me so deeply: I wanted a Slytherin Mando who says, “no way, that’s my KID,” not a Ravenclaw Mando who says, “ehhh … rules are rules.” I respect the creators’ right to develop the character as they see fit–but I also respect my own right not to watch. πŸ˜‰ )


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  1. Oh my giddy aunt. I really AM Obi-Wan Kenobi, just like all the things have always said–MBTI, Enneagram, AND Hogwarts! I thought I’d be like, “Okay so I’m probably gonna be like Obi-Wan here and Luke there and Rey over here,” but NOPE. I’m Obi-Wan, end of story, even down to the Enneagram wing, and I’m absolutely chuffed about it!

    Also: after reading this post I ran posthaste to my handy-dandy Enneagram source to read about what 9’s and 4’s are like in a relationship together (both healthy and unhealthy). By the end of it, I was like…”Yepppppp, Katie nailed Rey and Ben.” πŸ˜‰


    1. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh! You ARE Obi-Wan, and I love it! *heart eyes*

      Meanwhile, I’m basically Rey, except she’s ISFP and I’m INFP. But we share the 9w8 and the Hufflepuff/Gryffindor type.

      Why thank you! *giggles and bows* Yes, yes, our Disney Prince and Disney Princess πŸ˜‰


  2. This is great!! So thorough. Most of them I agree with you. The only one I have to say I disagree with is how you typed Anakin. I would say he is more of a Type 4 not a 6. He’s very much driven by his need to be individualistic, and idealizes people and places (for example: his love for Padme) which eventually is what drives his off the brink….


    1. Thanks!! I’m so glad you liked the post! πŸ˜€

      I would definitely agree that Anakin has a 4 fix, but I don’t think he’s a 4 core. (His tritype is 684.) When you compare Anakin with Kylo Ren, who’s definitely a 4 core, Kylo is much more focused on HOW PEOPLE SEE ME–he’s building his image based on resentment and past suffering. “I was wronged, now I am the dark emo edgelord, fear me.” Young Anakin, on the other hand, isn’t focused on image building: he’s all about reacting to others, seeking those he can trust, and lashing out in anger against those he feels he can’t trust. His greatest fear is what WILL HAPPEN to his loved ones–he’s focused on a scary future (6), not a dark, traumatic past (4).

      Thanks so much for your comment!

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      1. Hmm that’s very true. Good, points you’ve convinced me! That was a good way of putting it, Anakin definitely isn’t focused on his own image – much more on impact on people he loves.


      2. Really like your interpretation here. I’m curious, how do the tritypes work exactly? I’m new to enneagram and I was under the impression that 6’s growth type is 9 and stress 3. Is that different from tritype? I guess?


    2. I notice a curious discrepancy with Anakin, as u type him as ESFP. And I’ve read a lot of sources typing darth Vader (Anakin in the future) as ISTJ. I’m curious what you make of this discrepancy. Was the character of Anakin mis-typed by the writers? Or mis-portrayed by Hayden Cristesen. Or did his type change because of the trauma he experienced?


      1. I love your questions! Okay, I’ve been trying to find a good link about tritypes, and … coming up with nothing. xD Essentially, your tritype is different from your growth and stress numbers. You’re right about 6 moving to 9 and 3 (although a 6 core will always be a 6 core, it’ll just take on a few characteristics of those other two types depending on how healthy the person is.)

        Your tritype is where you have two other “fixes,” or flavors of two other enneagram numbers, after your core. So a 684 [Anakin Skywalker] has a flavor of 8ish anger and intimidation, plus a (fainter, because it’s his last number) flavor of 4ish individualism and emotionalism. So he ends up acting quite different from, say, my friend who’s 692 … she has a flavor if 9ish compliance and 2ish helpfulness. But because they’re both 6 cores, they are ultimately driven by concerns over safety and wondering who they can trust.

        Meanwhile! Anakin Skywalker vs Darth Vader! πŸ˜€ You’re absolutely right, Darth Vader is ISTJ while Anakin is ESFP. I would put this down simply to George Lucas not being super concerned about continuity and consistency in his character’s personality, though, rather than Hayden Christiansen’s acting.

        In real life, the same person keeps the same basic personality type throughout life–you won’t morph from ESFP to ISTJ, even after trauma or mental illness. (although those do have other serious effects, of course)

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      2. All very Interesting! I can see them casting an ESFP (I assume Hayden Christensen’s natural personality), and this brings up another question I have. But for now, I can understand George Lucas wanting an ESFP character bc that type is very exciting to watch. SP’s are athletes and entertainers, right? So I get that change.


      3. Exactly, yes! The protagonists of action and adventure stories are often SFPs, because they combine the physical abilities and impulsive nature of Se types with the “I’ll go my own way” independence and passionate emotions of Fi types. Anakin is ESFP, Luke and Rey are ISFP, Harry Potter is ISFP … and so on.

        Are actors in real life often the same type as the on-screen characters they play? Hmmm. I would say it largely depends on the actor: Some are “chameleons” who enjoy putting on a whole bunch of different personalities, while some stick to playing a certain type, ie, their own type.

        Emma Watson, for example, is an ESTJ who played an ESTJ (Hermione).

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  3. I love this!! I watched the original star wars trilogy and the mandalorian and fell in love with them even though I didn’t expect to lolπŸ˜… love the memes you put in for the characters!! I don’t know much about personality types but I those gryffindor houses were so on point!!

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    1. Thanks so much!! I’m so glad you liked the post!

      Haha, RIGHT? Pinterest came through for me in a pinch–they really have some truly phenomenal Star Wars memes xD

      *Buzz Lightyear voice* “Gryffindors … Gryffindors everywhere.”

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  4. This is awesome! You do such a good job with typing characters. It’s cool that you’re so much like Rey. She’s such a great character.
    *nervous laughter over the fact that I’m most like Kylo*


    1. Thanks, friend! ❀ So glad you liked it!

      Yessssssssssss *hugs for Rey*

      Oh, don't worry! I mean, Kylo is a VERY unhealthy specimen of an INFP 4. πŸ˜‰ Marianne Dashwood, for example, is a much less "extreme" version, even though she still has room to grow (As Do We All xD)

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      1. Yup. I loooove these kinds of posts. Everytime I read one I think that I should do one….and then I forget about it.
        Yeah. I don’t really understand why so many people hate Rey. I mean, different people like different characters, but it seems like lots of the time people are just calling her a Mary Sue, and I don’t really think that she is.
        There are definitely plenty of heroic or less extreme INFP 4s (like Marianne). I just….get scared when I see a villain that’s a lot like me because then I’m thinking, “That’s what I could be like if I was evil.” Since I’m not evil, it shouldn’t be something I have to worry about, but sometimes I do anyway.


      2. *whispers* people (especially people online) hate Rey because she’s a woman stepping into Luke Skywalker’s shoes and they just ain’t ready to accept that she can really fill them πŸ˜‰ Hence, the wailing cries of “MARY SUE!!!!!”

        Aww. Yeah, I hear that! It can definitely be scary to see a villain you can actually relate to, as opposed to a villain whose motivations seem safer because they’re legitimately so far away from you. “Never in a million years would I ever find myself doing that.”

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  5. You did it! *dances around the room* And as usual you NAILED IT! I love reading these. It’s so educational for me! I love how with some characters (aka Finn) I read the typing and think, “That’s not right.” then reading your explanation I’m like, “Nah, she’s got a point. Excellent point(s). The best points.” and then with others (aka Kylo) I read the typing and burst out laughing without even reading your description because I know it is UTTERLY PERFECT. Seriously, dude, how did you nail him so accurately??? I’m now wishing that someone would type me because I always go back and forth on if I’m a 9 (which makes the most sense, but in that case I definitely don’t have an 8 wing) or a 2 (without a hint of a 3 wing). Could I be a 1 with just really developed (er, malfunctioning) wings? I don’t know. This whole thing makes so much more sense of how I relate to Luke, Rey, and Kylo all so deeply. Brilliant, girl! Can’t wait for your next one! Any clues to which books/movies we might we be expecting? πŸ˜‰

    Also, the memes? I’m dying because they are so hilarious! XD


    1. I DID ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT! And I’m so grateful that you suggested it, because I had WAY too much fun compiling these πŸ˜€

      Well, I gotta give a big shout-out to Charity @FunkyMBTI, because I consulted with her on all the types I wasn’t sure about. Here’s the link to some of her SW typings, in fact:

      Finn was one where I wasn’t totally sure. I considered ESFP for him (he can be very reckless, after all), but Charity reminded me that he doesn’t seem super confident in a physical fight, he prefers to fast-talk his way out of problems … which is very Ne. πŸ˜‰ Plus, I remembered his big speech to the former storm troopers about how “we’ve changed, we’re different now” in RoS, and that’s tooooootally Ne.

      Charity and I had MANY DISCUSSIONS about Kylo Ren’s type before we finally settled on INFP after Rise of Skywalker came out xD She was like, “ya know what, he’s Fi/Si. Intensely emotional and fixated on the past. Let’s just go with that.” and I was like, girl, you right … you right.

      If you relate to 9, to 1, and not to 8–I would say you’re 9w1, just like Luke! You don’t seem like a 1 core at all, but I could totally see you as a 9 with a 1 wing.

      *bows* thank you, thank you xD Pinterest really came through for me there.

      Oh gosh! Ummm, I //might// type She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. I also have a hankering to do a “classic” book series, like my Jane Austen typings … hmmm …

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  6. Nice post. πŸ™‚

    Kylo was indeed a brat to type, although I thought NFP with the first movie and got screamed at. πŸ˜› By the end, though, they had proven me right. Bwhahaha.


    1. Thank ye, thank ye ❀

      Ha! Yeah, I remember that! You typed him as ENFP at first, which kinda made sense, but then he showed sooooooo much "it's all about ME and MY FEELS" in the later movies that we were both like, "this can't be anything but IFP."

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  7. Just wanted to rep for the ENFJ’s here and say that Qi’ra is definitely an ENFJ!

    I’ve seem people try to type Padme as an ENFJ and it made me so mad. WHAT ARE YOU CRAZY??? Among other things, an ENFJ would have been all over Anakin’s problems with hugs, hot soup, therapy sessions, and support – basically pinned him to the wall until his woes were fixed. πŸ˜›


    1. Honestly, I could really see EFJ for Qi’ra! Either that or ESFP. She’s so delightful and deserved better at the hand of the writers *shakes fist*

      Nooooooooooooooooope, you’re absolutely right! The ENFJ personality type doesn’t fit Padme at all! She was much too quiet and gentle to suit Anakin, who needed some Firm Handling (and a psychotherapist, let’s be honest :-P)


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