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Puella Magi - Madoka Magica MBTI

Homura Akemi
INTJ [The Mastermind]

The INTJ is the patient visionary with a clear view of how the future should look and will work with quiet and logical determination to make it happen. Although quite deep, and mistrustful until they have the measure of people, the INTJ loves an intellectual challenge and will be stimulated by the conceptual, the abstract and the complex. The INTJ loves the complex, the new, the untried and the untested. Facts and figures bore them, and they will be looking to see the ‘bigger picture,’ planning for the future that they create.


Mami Tomoe
ENFJ [The Teacher]

The ENFJ is the people organiser, warm, harmonious and an enthusiastic champion of people who just wants to ‘do good.’ They make sure the needs of the people are paramount, placed in pole position on the agenda, and taken care of. They are excellent networkers who tune into what others want and are generally well-liked and popular among their colleagues. They have an innate sense of what is required and can genuinely make others feel really special. They can generally be found at the emotional heart of a group or body and will be the one making sure things get done.


Madoka Kaname
INFJ [The Counselor]

Serious minded and caring, values are just so important to the INFJ whose word is not just a bond but tied in with who they are intrinsically as people. Integrity is the watchword and they will be excellent listeners, patient, supportive and with a strong desire to ‘do the right thing.’ Their perception and sense of perspective means that others will ‘open up’ and they will be seen as the catalyst for making things better. Although quite gentle, softly spoken and preferring to be out of the limelight, the INFJ will work long and hard behind the scenes to maintain harmony but they are also intensely independent - both of thought and spirit - and will be outspoken in their defence of human values, the downtrodden, the oppressed. INFJs often see themselves on a mission, and they take their missions very seriously.


Sayaka Miki
ESFP [The Performer]

Life-loving, people-centric thrill seekers, the ESFP is interested in people and experiences throwing themselves into relationships and life in general. Their dislike of rules and routine, are justified by their view that their reason for existing is to bring harmony, sympathy and support to peoples’ lives. An ESFP may slide out of rules, regulations obligations on the grounds that, 'I just had to do something to help.’ The keywords here are 'do’ and 'help;’ caring and practical in equal measure. If there is a crisis, the ESFP will be there, taking charge, offering support, revelling in their ability to help, loving the drama. Their energies and infectious enthusiasm, mean that other people will like them and they will build relationships easily and often.


Kyoko Sakura
ESTP [The Dynamo]

The ESTP is the 'committee person,’ constantly looking for the 'next big thing,’ and immersing themselves in social activities with gusto. An ESTP will need such experiences as it is through such activities that they best learn and understand. The imaginative, reflective life is not for them, preferring to jump in and see what happens. The 'P’ aspect of their characters means that they are flexible, but this can also mean they become bored by routine, procedures which they see as irrelevant, and impatient with those who say 'let’s think about it first.’ The ESTP wants to suck it and see and, if it doesn’t work, well there will always be another opportunity around the corner.


Descriptions from Prelude Character Analysis.

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