“You’re all hard work and deadlines, and I’m all snowballs and fun times.”
Jack Frost’s dominant Ti (introverted thinking) can be seen in through his constant seeking of knowledge and his strong logical abilities. He is not only very comfortable in his physical environment: he is practically one with it (Se). Ni (introverted intuition) is also one of Jack Frost’s functions, which appears in his ceaseless questioning and search for the truth about himself and his purpose. He is driven to serve others, but Fe (extraverted feeling) is his inferior function, and it takes some challenges to help him figure out how strongly this can be a part of him.
Nicholas St. North – ENFJ
“So what? As long as ONE child believes, we will be here to fight fear.”
North is the ultimate guardian of children everywhere. He follows his gut instincts, and he likes to be in charge and organize the rest. At his center is an ever wide-eyed wonder, and there are many sides and layers to his personality. He’s good at being in charge, is quite outgoing, and is motivated primarily by wanting to work for others by creating things for children everywhere and helping to keep them safe from nightmares, fear, and darkness.
E. Aster Bunnymund – ISTJ
“Hah, I bet he’s never met a rabbit like me! Six-foot-one, nerves of steel, master of Tai Chi…”
The Easter Bunny is not all fluff and cuteness (though a very soft little side is also revealed). As any more introverted personality, he is most peaceful, happy, and himself when he is in his own world–in this case down a rabbit hole and enveloped in the world of Easter eggs and colorful streams. Bunnymund is often pretty stuck to his ways, and he is often perceived by the others as a rather grumpy and opinionated character. He definitely has his soft side though, as well as a natural inclination towards liking to be in control, visible both in running the Easter world and in his joy in taking command for a time.
Tooth – ESFJ
“I’ve got something for you! Here it is! Look at all the pretty teeth, with little blood and gum on them!”
The Tooth Fairy is attuned to detail and skilled at keeping track of all the memories and teeth of every child. Her focus is mainly outward and oriented around the care of others. Not only does she tirelessly work for all the children, but she also is a natural with her many little fairy helpers–she is very sociable and has clear strong Fe (extraverted feeling). She also has joy and skill in detail work, precision, and organization, and she strongly values memories, all of which can be associated with high Si (introverted sensing).
Sandy – ISFP
As the maker of sweet dreams, the Sandman is incredibly creative. He is quite strong willed and powerful in a quiet yet forceful manner. He doesn’t always have the best of luck communicating is imaginative, golden-sand-made ideas and thoughts to others, and often is off in his world of dreams. He is an artist with his dreams, enjoying making them come to life for every child he visits.
Jamie – ENFP
“Santa Clause? The Easter Bunny? Sandman? The Tooth Fairy! I knew you’d come!”
The only child left in the most dire moment to believe in the guardians, Jamie is extremely imaginative. He believes strongly in the figures he knows in his heart to exist, insisting to other children when they doubt. His strong intuitive side is shown partly through his being so naturally in tune with a world that requires abstract belief, and he is ready to see the possibilities in everything.
Pitch Black – ESFP
“It’s the one thing I always know… peoples’ greatest fears.”
Pitch craves the spotlight, he wants more than anything to be believed in and seen. He is motivated by seeing his nightmares become terrifying realities, and by his desire to affect all with fear and be universally known and “appreciated” for all his horrifying power.