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Doctor Who: Eleven [ENTP]

OFFICIAL TYPING by Charity / the Mod

Extroverted Intuition (Ne): Eleven is an eclectic, wildly imaginative personality who is fascinated by ideas never encountered before; his imagination leaps quickly to the most interesting solution, rather than the most practical. His excitement fires up when introduced to a new concept, species, or experience (ghosts! vampires in Venice! dinosaurs in space!). The Doctor is also extremely good at guessing people’s unseen motives and intentions; he jumps to wild theories that are often correct, and switches between a high-minded idealist and a time-wearied cynic at the drop of a hat. His perception of time is “rubbish” (he never goes where he intends to), and he struggles to differentiate between his perception and reality at times, as the case with Amy and Rory’s relationship and his belief that he must “fix it.”

Introverted Thinking (Ti): His interests are primarily scientific, and he has a knack for fixing just about anything, even if there are “bits left over.” He tends to internalize his plans and schemes, and doesn’t want to waste time explaining them, when he can present them as a “finished product.” The Doctor is curious about the why of everything; how it works, what the motives are, and has a somewhat detached approach to life. His rudeness is often more from excitement, or pulling an idea or belief system apart, rather than deliberate.

Extroverted Feeling  (Fe): Ah, the Doctor’s ego. He admits that he brings along companions as much so they can “stand around looking impressed” when he’s “being brilliant” as for the enjoyment of their company; but the truth is, the Doctor loves people. He loves hanging around them. He feels a certain amount of moral responsibility for their feelings; when Amy and Rory are separated, the Doctor frets about it and tries to reconcile them. He is prone to fits of aggressive “moralizing” at his enemies. He feels such a strong need to impress others that he “climbs to his greatest heights… and falls the lowest he has ever fallen.” Even his insistence that “bow ties are cool” is a subtle nod to his need for external affirmation and for people to agree.

Introverted Sensing (Si): His past is painful and he doesn’t like to talk about it. The Doctor can be sentimental; in one of the greatest episodes in the series, he believes he may have “mail” from the Time Lords, and becomes excited about a chance to reunite with some of his own kind, and perhaps return to a sense of normality among his people. It’s short lived. The Doctor is not always realistic about his own past, his experiences, or the people he cares about; but he has some deep-rooted biases and negative thinking from his many years of time travel.

Note: Where did this profile GO? I could have SWORN I updated his at one point. Ah well. Excuse to talk about him again. :)

Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Enneagram 7w6

  • Basic Fear: Of being deprived and in pain
  • Basic Desire: To be satisfied and content—to have their needs fulfilled

The Eleventh Doctor embodies the Doctor’s more childish, escapist side. He can never stay put, and gets bored spending too much time in one place, or even on one idea. Essentially he feels that if he stays in one place, or dwells too long on something, he will be trapped. This is why in The Day of the Doctor, he is the one who tried to forget how many children died on Gallifrey. He blocks out and avoids his most painful experiences so they won’t “trap him.“

Fortunately he has the TARDIS, which allows him to explore the universe and maintain his freedom. He becomes a fascinated scientist, (type 5 integration) eagerly observing and experiencing the universe and looking for things no one has seen before.  

He can also become critical of the normality that he feels trapped by (“Is this always how you experience time? Slowly…in the right order?”) But when truly cornered he becomes self righteous and emotional (Type 1 disintegration) Like when he sacrifices himself to Akaten or when he realizes he can’t run from his “death” in season six. (“Time never laid a finger on me!”)

Enneagram by intj-the-cynical-idealist

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You’re good with kids, right?

It wasn’t the question that made him nervous–it was the look on the other Resistance member’s face when she asked. The fact that there was a person in the hallway nursing a bloody cut to his forehead explained the look on her face, but raised a whole slew of other questions. “…did she throw something at him?” Poe asked finally.

“That’s what he said. She seems more scared than hostile. We think.”

You think. They were lucky he was crazy. Poe holstered his weapon–no sense in looking threatening. “Through there?”

“Yeah.”

The door was unlocked, but shut. Poe approached it carefully, BB-8 at his heels. There was a button on the control panel for an intercom. Okay, let’s start there. He pushed it: “Hello? Listen, if you’re still in there, I don’t want to hurt you. I just want to talk. Okay? I’m gonna open the door now. Please don’t throw something at me.” 

He stayed to the side of the door as it opened, just in case she decided to ignore that last bit.