The ISFJ uses details to their advantage. As Si-dom’s, they have a thorough command of information at their fingertips to use at any given moment to solve problems. This combines with their inferior Ne to make them creative inventors and innovators. Their Tertiary ti makes them analytical problem-solvers. Asami is a great inventor, the CEO of a company, and a tactical strategist, who relies on her intelligence to make her a powerful and dangerous foe in a world full of people with superpowers.
ESFJ: Willow Rosenberg
The ESFJ seeks to understand everything around them, both emotionally and objectively. Their inferior Ti makes them highly analytical and interested in taking apart the world around them. Their love of details and keen memories make them quick learners, and if they apply themselves they’re sure to do well in school. Willow is the nerdy ESFJ, the well-read ace of the school with a gift for computers and a need for social acceptance.
ESFP: Tony Stark
The ESFP has a talent for innovation. They seize the day, see past the outer pretentions of a subject and give their passion their all. The tertiary Te function allows them to organize their thoughts; their inferior Ni brings together a whirlwind of possibilities. Tony is sensitive to his environment, quick to take action, capable of laying out long-term plans, and very straightforward in his assessments of whether or not something will work.
ISFP: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
The ISFP can sense the truth and call out lies. They’re keenly observant and notice their environment, it’s nuances, and any clues laid out before them. They have keen Ni insight, and objective Te analysis. Mozart is a musical genius adn child prodigy from the age of four, and in the film Amadeus he is played as an ISFP. His passion lies in music and composing, and he works at it all day long.
ENFJ: Elle Woods
The ENFJ will use their auxiliary Ni to predict the future actions and intentions of those around them. They will understand things through a pattern of symbolism. They will use their inferior Ti to analyze a problem, and their tertiary Se to understand their environment. Elle from Legally Blonde is disarmingly intelligent, coming across ditzy due to her chipper attitude, but is almost psychically taltented at anticipating and forestalling the actions of others.
INFJ: Niles Crane
The INFJ is dominated by Ni, and has an intuitive understanding of most concepts; they see a situation, analyze and understand it. They use their tertiary Ti to take apart a problem. Their inferior Se gives them a grasp of environments and makes them keenly observant. Niles from Frasier is an elite INFJ, a child prodigy and a Jungian psychiatrist with a keen knowledge of the human psyche.
ENFP: Professor Farnsworth
The ENFP always has a new invention, a clever idea, and a fresh interpretation of a problem, making them consummate scientists. Their Te-tertiary allows them to tackle any problem with logical steps; their Si inferior keeps track of the details to ensure an experiment’s success. The Professor from Futurama is a certified genius - a scientist with dozens of inventions under his belt, but most of which have no real practical use. He’s in it for the thrill of discovery.
INFP: Daria Morgendorffer
The INFP calls others on their bullshit. Fi doms seek truth and veracity in any situation. Their Ne aux makes them analytical questioners who see around problems, their Si tertiary makes them fast learners, and their Te inferior allows them to problem-solve. Daria is top of her class, a brilliant psychologist, and skilled at analyzing the world around her, from people to class subjects to her own moral decisions.
ISTJ: Mr. Spock
The ISTJ learns quickly. Their quick minds, ruled by Si, store incredible amounts of knowledge, which their Te tertiary puts to good use. Their inferior Ne allows them to see various angles of a problem; Fi Tertiary shows them the truth underlying it. They are very careful and extraordinary planners. Spock on Star Trek is famous for always making the logical decision, and can be counted on to supply informative and wise council to his more impulsive co-workers.
ESTJ: Hermione Granger
The ESTJ is the ultimate authority, understanding the logical application of any new piece of information. They recall vast amounts of data due to their auxiliary Si, and see new and innovative ways around problems with their tertiary Ne. Hermione Granger is one of the most iconic fictional geniuses of all time, top of her class, first to answer a question, memorizes the textbooks before class begins, and being the true brains of the Golden Trio.
ISTP: Lisbeth Salander
The ISTP analyzes new data using Ti, understanding and dissection and getting to the true ‘why’ of a situation. They observe their surroundings with Se, and have keen instincts and certain perceptions with their tertiary Ni. Lisbeth , aka The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, is a computer genius, brilliant detective, and mathematician, highly intelligent yet so socially maladjusted she’s listed as an incompetent by the state. But certainly the person to go to if you want a problem solved.
ESTP: Sherlock Holmes
The ESTP is incredibly observant; nothing misses their scanning eyes, no detail is overlooked. Their Ti makes them detatched and analytical, showing them ways around problems others wouldn’t see, and their inferior Ni gives them keen insight into others. Sherlock Holmes, at least on the Sherlock TV show, is the prototypical ESTP genius, sizing up others and getting everything he needs through a simple visual scan.
The INTJ uses Ni dominant to forsee possibilities, read into people’s true natures, and make calculated plans on how events will play out. They are the chessmasters, the strategists; their Te makes them calculating, their Se makes them observant. There are many INTJ geniuses in fiction - this type is known for being clever - and who best to list but the World’s Greatest Detective?
ENTJ: River Tam
The ENTJ is a problem solver, logical, objective and perceptive. Their auxiliary Ni gives them keen intuitive insight into the world around them; their Te/Ni combination allows them to anticipate and subvert the actions of others, with Tertiary Se making them quick to act and observant of their environment. River Tam of Firefly is a scientific and mathematical genius, capable of taking out four gunmen simply by doing the calculus in her head.
INTP: Gil Grissom
The INTP is another type known for their intelligence. They analyze and pick apart problems with Ti, innovate and perceive all sides of that problem with Ne, recall vast amounts of details with their Si, and put it all together to a keen philosophical understanding of the facts. Grissom from CSI is the intelligent leader of the group, with a deep love of insects and encyclopedic knowledge of everything related to them.
ENTP: Fred Burkle
The ENTP is perceptive, filled with ideas, always innovating, always searching. Their Ti auxiliary gives them analytical insight and their inferior Si gives them an array of detailed data at their fingertips. Fred from Angel is a physicist, a keenly intelligent college grad student who’s made fantastic innovations in quantom physics and supplies the sense of offbeat intelligence Angel Investigations needs.
Caged The Queen - a mix for the girl made bird, made queen, made prisoner, all by the hand of the boy she loved.
01. Night Flight - Vanessa Mae || 02. Scarborough Fair - Sarah Brightman || 03. As Long As You Love Me - Carly Rose Sonenclar || 04. I’m No Angel - Dido || 05. Killing Me Softly (Reggae Version) - Fugees || 06. Broken Promises for Broken Hearts - She Wants Revenge || 07. Metal Heart - Garbage || 08. What The Water Gave Me - Florence + The Machine || 09. The Silence - Bastille || 10. Cracks (Flux Pavilion Remix) - Freestylers
Delphine has a chance encounter with a beautiful stranger, leaving her feeling more alive than ever before. But their meeting wasn’t merely a coincidence, for they both have a history neither of them remembers. Cophine AU with elements from canon.
“How happy is the blameless vestal’s lot! The world forgetting, by the world forgot. Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind! Each pray’r accepted, and each wish resign’d.” - Alexander Pope
The black void surrounding Delphine disappeared and was replaced by the glistening tile and high ceiling of the Natural History Museum atrium. Delphine looked up at the T-rex skeleton in the center of the room surrounded by dozens of children, their eyes as big as saucers as their parents attempted to stop them from climbing the display.
“What day is this?” Delphine whispered to herself, knowing this must be another memory but so far unsure of which one it could be. She looked over to the far right, at the little booth set up for tours, and she spotted Cosima. She leaned against the booth, her head in her hand, staring blankly off in no direction in particular.