Every type as a nicknames. On sites and sources they go by different ones. INFJ and ENFP have been called The Advocate, ISTJ is called The Inspector, etc. I am going to come up with nicknames/titles. Enjoy!
#5: My favorite headcanon… I mean, I love all my children equally, obviously. :-D My favorite headcanon is probably the business about Hera and Cham. Here is part of it: As a child she was in some ways sheltered from the bad attitudes and the actual terror that Twi’leks are subjected to almost everywhere else, because Cham’s group did not put up with that kind of inequality. Nobody really had time to worry about her too much because the adults were busy fighting an actual war. Cham pushed her to be brave and help them with missions even as a young child, and she rose to the occasion because she admired her father and didn’t want to disappoint him. A large part of her early education was dictated by her father, and the philosophers he had her read emphasized our duty to each other above all else. Her workaholism, her near pathological need to put the greater good ahead of her own wellbeing, her confidence in her own skin, and her resourcefulness all go back to Cham.
#12: What’s hard to write? Anything except two people talking. Or one person thinking. Anything else is difficult. Action scenes, with a lot of people doing things at the same time and a lot of pieces to keep in your head, are particularly difficult. And then how to make them realistic?! I don’t fight space battles; I don’t know! Also difficult: Characters I don’t identify with. Ezra. Chopper. What do their voices sound like?
senior year is almost over and for the first time I’m actually kind of sad about it. I’ve made a lot of new friends this year and it’s sad to think ill never see them again. It’s things like this that make me regret being such a workaholic and social recluse for most of high school. I hope this year I can change that.
& not to mention the reality of adulthood and college has been seriously haunting me ever since this semester started. no more do-overs or excuses, this is it. the next four years will determine my future. exciting, but absolutely terrifying.
but in the midst of it all I just hope I make the most of everything from here on out; I’m tired of being a bystander on my own life.