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Lucifer Morningstar: ENTP [Lucifer]

Dominant Function, Extraverted iNtuition, Ne: Lucifer is not one for the details or sense based experiences. This may come as a surprise as he sleeps around, drinks, etc. As we see throughout the show is that these activities are short lived for him and bore him. Lucifer longs for mental stimulation and often is bored before actually experiencing anything. He moves from one thing to the next before actually experiencing anything. As a dominant Ne user his mind hops from one thing to the next needing very little to piece the big picture together. Once he has mentally done that he moves on. This leads him to jump to man of his own conclusions and assumptions, which are sometimes very accurate and other times, especially when it comes to self-reflection, can be very off because he ignores the details. We see this a lot on his therapy sessions as he comes to quick assumptions of those outside himself jumping to conclusions about situations in his life. 

Auxiliary Function, Introverted Thinking, Ti: Lucifer isn’t really people focused, but focused on a good challenge. He likes his Ne to be tested and Chloe offers a great challenge to him. He can’t use his powers on her, she is new, she is different. His focus on her and living this new life on earth all feed into his Ne having fun and not being bored and his Ti thirst for a challenge.  

Ti also pushes Lucifer to be focused on systematic logic. It is what has him question the plans of God and his position in life. He questions the system as a whole and finds it to be wrong. Ti looks for the exceptions of the logic of Te, the systems in play. Just as the Fi user seeks to help the individual lost and forgotten by the larger social realms and systems, Ti looks at the problems in logic of the very same realms and systems. This is why Lucifer has so much fun play detective as well. His Ti is strategic in nature but only when it is being used, when Lucifer has to improvise. It is why he is the best when he is on his feet, and his Ne-Ti combo leads him to make connections that those around him can’t see. 

Tertiary Function, Extraverted Feeling, Fe: Lucifer’s tertiary Fe makes him strive for social appreciation for his efforts. This is another contributing functional factor to Lucifer leaving Hell. He is under appreciated in his job and he needs and craves social acceptance. As the one banished to Hell he doesn’t feel he gets this from God or his brothers. His tertiary Fe also makes him great at reading people and helps him know how to push people for specific social reactions he anticipates. As a tertiary function he doesn’t conform to the social decorum of Fe, but he knows how to read it and use it. Some can see right through this and that is Chloe. Another fascination for him with her. She doesn’t react the way he expects her to, she doesn’t conform to typical human behavior he knows and expects. 

Inferior Function, Introverted Sensing, Si: In the inferior position this pushes Lucifer to long for unconditional support from others. Hence, why his Fe pushes him to play with others. However, in constant conflict with the Ne need for freedom and constant options, Si factors can make Lucifer feel utterly trapped. When people try to control or tell him what to do, his Si freaks him out and he pushes people and rules as much as possible, just to float the rules. To prove he isn’t constrained. But again, the unconditional need for approval leads Lucifer to act out to push for the reactions he wants (Fe). Often making others feel uncomfortable like Chloe. It is why when he thinks Chloe does not trust him unconditionally and thinks Lucifer killed people his heart sinks, he acts out. Without that unconditional approval he thinks everyone sees him a certain way, in a certain role. Which just keeps the functional unhealthy cycle going.



an American animated television series based on J.M. Barrie‘s Peter Pan that originally aired on Fox Broadcasting Company from September 8,1990 to September 10, 1991. Repeats continued to air until September 11, 1992. A repeat of the series’ Christmas episode was aired on December 25, 1993. The series was then on Fox in re-run form on weekday mornings from November 4, 1996 to March 28, 1997. Reruns were then shown on Fox Family in 1998.


This is a really cool show!

On it’s own it’s a pretty good adventure series where Peter Pan and the Darling family explore Neverland and get into tussles with Captain Hook and his pirates, the native flora and fauna, and other creatures and people populating Neverland.

What sets this series apart is how it expands upon the lore of the Peter Pan story. There’s so much back story and character development crammed into this, it’s amazing.

We learn so much about so many characters; Peter, Tinkerbell, the Darling kids individually, Captain Hook, Mr. Smee, heck we even learn back story about Captain Hook’s crew on the Jolly Roger, the Lost Boys, and the Indians.

It’s just, wow, every character you’d think would just be there for background decoration gets a chance to be on center stage and outlays their name and personality for us.

They had 65 episodes to fill so I guess they needed some manner of content besides Peter and Hook’s rivalry so kudos to the writers for really making Neverland come alive.


  • A video game titled Peter Pan and the Pirates was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System by third party publisher THQ. The game was generally received poorly by critics.
  • Select episodes from the series were released on VHS in 1992. They have long been out of print.  Select episodes were later released on DVD in 2004. They are also out of print
  • Currently there are no plans to release a DVD box set of the series
  • The series takes a lot of liberties with stories, character designs, character personalities that are different from the original novel and other Peter Pan adaptations.


As far as I know, most people are familiar with Peter Pan from the Disney adaptation and the 1991 movie Hook starring Robin Williams and Dustin Hoffman. Most of the time I either hear of this as a vague recollection or just an “Oh yeah, that existed,” paired with a shrug.

It’s a shame though because this is a really good dang cartoon and I’d highly recommend it.

I run into these “good but forgotten cartoons” a lot on Fox


Super Smash Bros. - First Appearance

  • Mario - Donkey Kong (1981/Arcade)
  • Luigi - Mario Bros. (1983/Arcade)
  • Peach - Super Mario Bros. (1985/NES)
  • Bowser - Super Mario Bros. (1985/NES)
  • Bowser Jr. - Super Mario Sunshine (2002/GameCube)
  • Koopalings - Super Mario Bros. 3 (1988, 1990/NES)
  • Rosalina - Super Mario Galaxy (2007/Wii)
  • Yoshi  - Super Mario World (1990, 1991/SNES)
  • Wario - Super Mario Land 2: Six Golden Coins (1992/Game Boy)
  • Donkey Kong - Donkey Kong (1981/Arcade)
  • Diddy Kong - Donkey Kong Country (1994/SNES)
  • Link - The Legend of Zelda (1986, 1987/NES)
  • Zelda - The Legend of Zelda (1986, 1987/NES)
  • Toon Link - The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Walker (2002, 2003/GameCube)
  • Ganondorf - The Legend of Zelda (1986, 1987/NES)
  • Sheik - The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998/N64)
  • Pit - Kid Icarus (1986, 1987/NES)
  • Palutena - Kid Icarus (1986, 1987/NES)
  • Dark Pit - Kid Icarus: Uprinsing (2012/3DS)
  • Kirby - Kirby’s Dream Land (1992/Game Boy)
  • King Dedede - Kirby’s Dream Land (1992/Game Boy)
  • Meta Knight - Kirby’s Adventure (1993/NES)
  • Fox McCloud - Star Fox (1993/SNES)
  • Falco Lombardi - Star Fox (1993/SNES)
  • Pikachu - Pokémon Red/Blue/Green [JP] (1996, 1998/Game Boy)
  • Charizard - Pokémon Red/Blue/Green [JP] (1996, 1998/Game Boy)
  • Jigglypuff - Pokémon Red/Blue/Green [JP] (1996, 1998/Game Boy)
  • Mewtwo - Pokémon Red/Blue/Green [JP] (1996, 1998/Game Boy) 
  • Marth - Fire Emblem: Ankoku Ryū to Hikari no Tsurugi [JP] (1990/Famicom)
  • Ike - Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance (2005/GameCube)
  • Lucina - Fire Emblem Awakening (2012/3DS)
  • Robin -  Fire Emblem Awakening (2012/3DS)
  • Captain Olimar - Pikmin (2001/GameCube)
  • Ness - EarthBound (MOTHER 2 [JP]) (1994, 1995/SNES)
  • Lucas - MOTHER 3 [JP] (2006/GBA)
  • Little Mac - Punch Out!! (1984/Arcade)
  • Duck Hunt - Duck Hunt (1984, 1985/NES)
  • Wii Fit Trainers - Wii Fit (2007, 2008/Wii)
  • Dr. Mario - Dr. Mario (1990/NES, Game Boy)
  • Samus Aran - Metroid (1986/NES)
  • Zero Suit Samus - Metroid: Zero Mission (2004/GBA)
  • R.O.B. - Gyromite (1985/NES)
  • Lucario - Pokémon Diamond/Pearl (2006, 2007/DS)
  • Game & Watch - Ball (1980/Game & Watch)
  • Mii - Wii Console & Wii Sports (2006/Wii)
  • Shulk - Xenoblade Chronicles (2010-2012/Wii)
  • Greninja - Pokémon X/Y (2013/3DS)
  • Villager - Animal Crossing (2001/N64DD [JP], 2002/GameCube [INT])
  • Sonic - Sonic The Hedgehog (1991/Megadrive [PAL/JP], Genesis [US])
  • Megaman - Megaman (1987/NES)
  • Pac-Man - Pac-Man (1980, 1981/Arcade)
Fools Fall in Love (4/8) (Trixya 50s AU) - Vixen

So I know its been so fucking long since I updated this, and I apologise so much! But hopefully this makes up for it, the relationship is FINALLY going somewhere, and let me know if you guys like it, because I swear, everytime I write this, it goes off in a totally different direction and this chapter is a little shorter, but I didnt want to unnecessarily pad it out. -Vixen

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anonymous asked:

Reaction to a baby fox following them home. That is all.

Ayato: Ha? Where the hell did you come from? I see, you came to acknowledge Ore-sama! If that’s so, then play dead. I said play dead. Tch, just do it, can’t be that hard!! *kicks the fox’s side in attempt to make it fall over*

Kanato: You pathetic being, stop following us! It’s making Teddy uncomfortable and you’re making me frustrated. Now go away. GO. AWAY. *sends a death glare to it and throws a rock after its escaping form* NEVER COME BACK!!

Laito: Are are? If it isn’t a little fox~ Were you drawn to me? Nfu, that’s not the first time animals feel attracted to me. You seem to small to be in heat… maybe you were struck by my charm? *winks at it, receiving a curious tilt of its head*

Shuu: Oi, enough. Leave me alone. It’ll be troublesome if you come with me. Stay put for a second, will you? *sighs as the fox won’t stay still, giving up quickly* So bothersome… I’ll have Reiji dispose of you when I get home.

Reiji: You’ve been following me for long. I am not your mother, so go on now and leave me alone. *as it doesn’t do as told, he sighs and leans down to scratch it gently from a favorable spot* Good boy. Now return to your parents.

Subaru: Tch, where did you come from? Go away, stop following me. Oi, I said stop. Don’t nuzzle up to my leg goddamnit!! LET ME FUCKING WALK!! *tries to kick the stubborn fox off in vain*

Ruki: A fox? Has it been following me all this time? I can’t let it keep following me home. Oi, you. Stay. *commands with a strict tone, managing to stop the fox and keep it put with his icy stare* Excellent.

Kou: Uwaa, it’s a little foxy-chan! Ne, have you been following me? You’re so adorable, like a small kitten! *picks it up and giggles* Ruki wouldn’t let me keep you, but… he doesn’t have to know, does he~?

Yuma: Woah the heck?! A fox? Damn, I didn’t notice you. You’re so tiny, I might step on you, so scram. No really, go away or I’ll stomp on ya! Gah, stop!! *is having a hard time walking as the fox keeps running by his feet*

Azusa: Ah, it’s a fox… ne, Fox-san, why are you following me? *crouches to its level, petting it gently* Do you like me…? I like you too… you’re so soft and cute, hehe. *forgets returning home and keeps playing with it*

Carla: Don’t follow me, you petty creature. Do you not understand me? Leave my sight. Now perish. *stares at the fox with a cold an intimidating glare, scaring it off for good*

Shin: Hmm? What, a fox? Leave me alone, I’m exhausted from all the running. Do I look like a fox to you? Well I am not your father so piss off!! *growls at the fox furiously*