Hotel Transylvania: Mavis Dracula-Loughran [ESFP]
OFFICIAL TYPING by Lex / Co-Mod
Extroverted Sensing (Se): Mavis is tired of being locked up in the hotel all her life by her father; she just wants to go out and explore the world! She’s not wholly willing to believe what Drac has to say about humans, because she hasn’t personally experienced them herself. Only when she meets them herself does she believe what her dad told her, but she changes her perceptions again when Johnny tells her about his own personal experiences with humans. She is agile and adept, fully able to merge herself into her environment, and is extremely good at things she’s never tried before (skateboarding). As soon as she moves out into the human world, she is eager to try out everything.
Introverted Feeling (Fi): Mavis wants to be her own person, and struggles to find her own individuality, much to her dad’s chagrin. Throughout, Mavis wants to make her own decisions, whether Drac likes it or not: she wants to marry Johnny, she wants the two of them (and Dennis) to move out into the human world, and she wants Drac to change his old, traditional ways. Because of this, she is highly respectful of people who don’t try to mold her into someone she’s not (Frank). When she finds out the truth about Johnny and the human village, she explodes with anger, and then goes off to process her feelings alone. She feels a “zing” with Johnny, so she decisively decides to…
Extroverted Thinking (Te): fall in love with him, and marry him. To this end, she takes immediate action to make sure her goals come to fruition, including having random encounters with Johnny, spending time with him to get to know him better, and trying to convince her dad. When she finds out about Drac’s putting Dennis in danger, she immediately rushes over to try to stop him. Relatively speaking, she is very good at organizing Dennis’ birthday party, and she can be blunt when she wants to be.
Introverted Intuition (Ni): When Mavis pursues something, she pursues it. She will not allow Drac to stop her, and is very good at knowing exactly what she will do when she moves out, having visualized every single little detail of her plan. However, she doesn’t catch onto the truth about Johnny, the human village or Dennis’ “baby-sitting”, until it’s too late.