Captain Underpants: Harold Hutchins [ENTP]
OFFICIAL TYPING by Iron Man / Co-Mod
Functional Order: Ne-Ti-Fe-Si
Perceiving Functional Axis:
Extroverted Intuition (Ne) / Introverted Sensing (Si)
Between the two boys, Harold is definitely the more wildly imaginative of the two. As the artist of the comics, he has a weirdly unique mind, which thinks that Captain Underpants should be raised by dolphins, the future will be filled with robots once his and George’s friendship is done for, and that Krupp is so cruel that he probably killed a kitten by setting it on fire; it didn’t really happen, but it might as well have! Between the two, Harold is also the one more aware of the possibilities of the future, warning George against ruining Melvin’s inventions, sensing that Krupp is really serious about it, this time around. He is also incredibly optimistic, and is also willing to participate in all of George’s chaotic pranks, more than willing to rebel against authority. His inferior Si shows in his adherence to some habit: it’s always the same weird thing (dolphins) that he wants to include in the comics, robots in the future is based on what movies and TV shows constantly portray, and he believes that like-liking someone leads to marriage, based on what happens and is talked about in his household. The potential end of his and George’s friendship quickly sends him into a depression.
Judging Functional Axis:
Introverted Thinking (Ti) / Extroverted Feeling (Fe)
Harold’s weirdness has a unique logic about it; he believes that Krupp’s character is a dead give-away for him having killed a kitten in the past, he draws an underpants half of the Earth in order to signify it being Underpanty World in the comics, and he figures, just like George, that they can turn Krupp into Captain Underpants, because he looks just like him! He’s a very creative individual, and keeps as cool a mind as he can in the most dangerous of situations, but Harold, more often than not, is prone to fits of panic and stress. He vents his emotions very easily in public, be that joy, sadness, anger, disgust or fear, but, ultimately, Harold is as good of an individual as one can be. Like George, he feels the plight of his fellow students, and takes part in all of his pranks in order to make them feel better. Occasionally, for the sake of emotional peace and stability, Harold is willing to compromise.
Hogwarts House: Hufflepuff
Values: hard work, patience, loyalty and fair play.
Harold is the most loyal best friend that one could ever ask for. He’s always there by George’s side, and is more than willing to be his companion, in George’s pursuit for the students’ happiness. He’s ultimately patient throughout all the zany situations revolving around Captain Underpants, is hard-working when it comes to the comics, and wants fair play for his fellow students.