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I very much love Garcia Flynn. Definitely too much. We don’t deserve a character so complex and tragic. But also yes I do. Give me more. I earned this. I’ve sat through so many black and white characters. Give me all those shades of gray.

As for the group picture near the end, you know I’m on the Lucy is Flynn’s wife train. All aboard. I will hold out for this until they blatantly tell me no. Probably not even then really. And if it isn’t true, boy, do I have enough observations and theories to make a kickin AU.

Imagine Richard Castle meeting Flynn Carsen and finding out that magic is real and starts freaking out in glee.

Imagine Kate’s skepticism and Eve slowly easing to her that yes, it is real and yes, it is annoying at some points but yes, it is useful.


The Librarians: Flynn Carsen (ENTP)

UNOFFICIAL TYPING by tyranamiros

Extroverted Intuition (Ne): As the Librarian, Flynn is a true polymath, seeing connections and patterns between fields as disparate as theoretical physics and the Egyptian pyramids.  Solving puzzles and riddles is something he’s not only good at, but enjoys, except when he’s been distracted by a new pattern or idea.  And he does get easily distracted—pausing in the middle of a gun fight, for example, to let everyone know of a new pattern he just noticed.  Flynn also throws himself into his work from right off the bat. He likes to get into the problem before he stops to think about what he needs to do, so much so that he often ignores social graces and details in doing so.

Introverted Thinking (Ti): Flynn works best when he has a problem to solve, and when he does, he quickly focuses on its essence.  He learns quickly by learning selectively, figuring out what he needs to know and ignoring the extraneous material unless it becomes relevant.  He’s good at delivering explanations for things—but he’d rather give a dubious, cagey explanation than having to admit he doesn’t know. This often gives him the impression of insensitivity: he’d rather push people away and figure things out on his own than turn to outside support.

Extroverted Feeling (Fe): Though Flynn can act smug and self-satisfied, he relies strongly on the way others respond to his ideas.  In conjunction with his extroverted intuition, he’s constantly seeking feedback and often tests others on whether they catch on to the methods in his madness.  For all his claim that he prefers working alone, he’s quick to accept help when the skills are complementary.  He also can’t stop himself from offering other people advice and suggestions, especially on intellectual problems.

Introverted Sensing (Si): Flynn often misses details when dealing with the outside world.  He walks right into traps because he’s not sensitive to such tangible details as who sent a document or whether someone might be a mole.  He often misses subtle cues from others’ reactions to him.  Nevertheless, he’s constantly drawn back to the Library as a place where he feels safe and comfortable—to the extent that he panics and overreacts when the Library is unmoored.  It wasn’t even that he spent a good deal of time there, but the idea of it as an unchanging, safe place serves to ground his yen for exploring the world’s magic and possibility