Saitama Myers-Brigs type - MBTI, enneagram and personality type info
I don't see that same pattern with XNTPs, XNFPs, or INXJs though. Wtf are you on kid You say I’m braindead yet you’re the one who couldn’t grasp the simple point I made. If it makes you feel better, I voted ISTP. Although it seems tedious to the average person, it's still framed such that it's very simplistic in the context of OPM. Quiet, reflective, and idealistic. Interested in serving humanity. Well-developed value system, which they strive to live in accordance with.. Take your time. ISTP seem more like the type of people who get kicked to the moon and be like "Well shit I'm on the moon"Yep, Se is what gives rise to the SP temperament after all. Yup I should be cutting straight to the chase. (especially, if you did that before) It's just fun from living a risky life, not learning something. Thrill seeker or information seeker. Every person’s preference can be found on a spectrum, so just choose the letter you identify with most.. Speaking of his lower two functions, I think tertiary Ni allowed him to contemplate his purpose of being a hero. Discover Array, and more, famous people, fictional characters and celebrities here!. They still derive from subjective foundations such as one's personal experience though. @Formerly Brainer stop attacking mars. During that time, he was trying to discover his upmost reason as to why he should serve as a hero. His INTP attitude and himself. He has the functions of an INTP but they are in a different order. I’ve tried searching for anything that could explain an INTP typing since I see 0 intuition in him n couldn’t find much, most ppl that typed him as INTP justified with “he has that vibe” or are INTPs themselves who claim Saitama is “just like them”Er yeah perhaps his INTP-ness is more of an enneagram distinction. If you act quick, without thinking of every possible turn and because of that recklessness you are fucked at the end, you are xSxP. His minimalist perspective towards life also proves that he is a Ti-Se user; he's not likely to overthink anything, and nor does he really have much concern for motives or intentions. Saitama is an ISTP. You are in the best place to test MBTI and learn what type Saitama likely is!. There's alot of INTP votes going on. To find out what your MBTI personality type is you need to complete the MBTI questionnaire and take part in a feedback session from a qualified MBTI practitioner.. Literally their most common enneagram is type 7 which is your stereotypical "thrill seeker". @Formerly Brainer Hey, don't attack Kawaii_tha_marten, you douche nozzle or i'll kick your butt. " tells that he is into Te. We don't need to write 10+ lines to know that Saitama is ISTP. He just wants to cut straight to the chase. He's still Ti-Se in a sense that he initially remains relatively indifferent about saving people would have rather fought and become strong for the giggles and thrills. And what could be more efficient than getting straight to the point avoiding unnecessary information. Clearly ISFP At least in the anime he does care what others think, he's jealous of Genos's popularity. navigating the maze in Boros's ship). What you can learn from that. I have to agree with INTP. Just going to paste some of what i wrote on personality cafe. He doesnt do it for the greater good (Ni or Fe), he doesnt do it to keep order (Te or Si) and he sure as hell doesn’t do it to learn about his opponents (Ne or Ti). he’s not a feeler nor a judger, you’re grasping at straws hard trying to justify those wacky typings (“he’s a feeler because he’s Te”, “he’s an intuitive judger because he’s Se”, “he doesn’t like drawn-out conversations because he’s Te and only Te cares about getting to the point”) You're also a virgin when it comes to MBTI @mars do you have a proof that i am wrong. His motivation for being a hero also seems more Fi, his desire to just be a hero despite what others think, a very common theme in Sh. I don't know this character, but I must say there's a difference from a character being good at fighting, specially if he has a super power like this guy, and being Se. I hope this helps. He doesnt rly seem to care what ppl think of him (Fi trait) whereas an Fe user would probably care more. @mike ike Yes. then whats my type. You see alot of Shonen heroes in anime, such as Naruto, a Fi-Te user. It was until he saw the condition of the world that he felt obligated to help other people and become recognized for his deeds. He also isn’t very intuitive. So, most likely xSFP or xNTJ, Lol the 20 words or less is not indicative of Te Te is efficientsy, right. the cruel, smart, ambitious, unique stereotypes).
. Even if not directly tested, public voting can provide good accuracy regarding Saitama Myers-Briggs and personality type!. 20 words or less. I'm pretty sure most values and most systems derive from one's experiences--or the "subjective". nen anime despite Saitama being a very unusual protagonist. It's just a matter of history and time that changes the degree of it'sacceptability. Inf-Te: The entire time Saitama was being a hero for fun, he didn’t even bother to find a way to get paid for it, nor did he even realise the hero association was a thing. He doesnt care that his power keeps humanity safe because all he cares about is his thrills. He shows little to no emotion most of the time, keeping his “feeling” inside. In Civ 5 at least ENTJs are making pretty long turns and i can do mine, plus make abreakfast while they are making theirs. Changed my mind to either ISTP or ISFJ. Tert-Ni: As stated earlier he doesn’t have a grand vision and prefers to live life one day at a time. No abstract thought, gets excited about mundane details like weekly sales, pushed himself through a really rigorous training program - maybe I'm missing something that will come later but I'm just not seeing it. Fi dominant is about personal ethics. The Fe isn't the strongest but you can see it in his sacrificing of his reputation for community harmony. Do you understand that if you have 5 stories, 100 word each and you can sum up every one of them in 20, then while you finish listening to one story i'll finish 5. (I think comparing him to Genos or Sonic will help. I know he doesn't have a lot of screentime then, but still. It would be to much physical work. Se makes sense because he's a thrill seeker, but he can't show it anymore, while the "Fuck this shit and fuck you all, I'm becoming a superhero. He's a bit too self-righteous and uses his own experiences (his past life with bullying, all his stories about his comrades dying, etc) to justify his motivation to become Hokage. Saitama also doesn't seem to value, whatsoever, any sort of ruthless procedures or long-winded, consistent, methods to improve his strength. *shocked* Yeah because Ne doms don't seek thrills. He fights as he does based on instinct rather than deconstructing the situation with logical deductions which makes sense with Si. efficiency i seek thrills too am i mistyped @Kawaiii_tha_marten Thanks, mom. He's not INTP because he always seemed to he was, above all, very focused about wanting to be the strongest person (Ni>Ne). " kind of approach seems straight Ne. Fi-Te users, on average, are also a bit more melodramatic and serious. You see that Fi-Te users such as Genos, Sonic, and Fubuki are continuously defeated and devalued against Saitama. can you help me out senpai uwu~ <33333 Lol what a retard @mike ike If you seek thrills, then we already nailed it down to xSxP. I like how Saitama is a new twist from the average Shonen hero. x'DDoes anyone have an argument as to why he could be INTP though. In this case, he's definitely a perceiving type in my opinion. ) Fi-Te doesn't cut it for me because he doesn't, in any way, challenge the values that are inculcated into the society's masses. I would expect them to derive most of their values from personal experiences. His conversation with King especially elucidated a certain time when he wanted to find out why he was being a hero outside of just wanting to have fun. His ethics are still quite harmonious with conventional values, such as not challenging the entire "hero system". Ok so here’s my function by functions analysis of Saitama (feel free to tell me why u disagree). I don't know about this guy tough. I tend to give a little bit more leeway on assessing possible ENXJ characters though, since tertiary Se is quite sensorial and active in nature and their dominant function (Fe or Te) kind of neutralizes the strength of Ni to some degree, thus kind of distracting them away from the theoretical nature of most N types. Sadly, i know for sure one xSxP "celebrity" and it's Mikheil Saakashvili (ESFP). He's very strategic, even so with little to no planning. That aspect is definitely in line with ISTJ. And his "20 words or less. He's extremely capable of thinking on his feet and manipulating the external world according to his personal framework of how everything works (e. Unlike most other characters in the series, he also doesn't merely compete for an end, and instead sees it as a hobby. If you lead with an extraverted perceiving function like Se or Ne then you're likely to be seeking out experiences alot because they want to have as much information as possible because that's what perceiving functions do. If you enjoyed this entry, find out about the personality types of One Punch Man characters list.. I don't always type by appearance, but it is efficient. The only time he shows Ni is when deciding to train for three years and sticking to it. Or is it the same thing now. An INTP superhero, i don't know if it is common though. Free in-depth and practical information on the 16 personality types, including careers and relationships.. Easy - ESFP, very shy, but still can - ISFP, can't - ISTP, don't know how it works with ESTP. And I think ikeman has a good point. The amount of INTP votes are absurd. Seems like an obvious INTP to me. Here you can explore of famous people and fictional characters.. No one would understand without your help. INTJs are interested in ideas and theories when observing the world.. The guy has obvious Se and absolutely no Ne. But he can't work hard or risk his life (since he is invincible) so he became jaded like his pet cactus and starting becoming absent minded and lazy. His Fe is also pretty blatant, manifesting in his desire to advance forward as a hero not for prestige or out of rank, but to help other people. Aux-Se: Saitama wants to be a hero just for fun. Go back, read again. Jung theorized that the dominant function acts alone in its preferred world: exterior for extraverts and interior for introverts.. Damn, what a bully. He tends to live in the moment and cause a lot of destruction. Barely escaping death is an information. Not only that he doesn’t seem to care about what the general public thinks of him destroying the city. That inferior Fe. In general though, typing (or should I say mistaking) anime characters as intuitive is almost too broad and easy (e. Maybe xNxJ, but if you want to roll them out, then play chess or Civ 5. Sonic despises the hero system because he challenges that there really isn't such thing as "morality"--killing is still killing and taking which ever side is all arbitrary. Genos feels obligated to serve the masses because he dealt, personally, with the loss of his parents. He also has some profound ideas about heroes: if the heroes run and hide who will stay and fight. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯I always identified with him and I am ISTP. You guys set a really low bar for yourselves. I've just read a few chapters and don't see the definite traits yet, but let's see. Dom-Fi: Saitama is really a stoic person. And the way Ti works in relationship to his auxiliary function is far more concrete, functioning far more in solving puzzles in the physical world rather than theories. In fact, what OPM does is that it tries to switch our average perception of Fi and Fe users. I believe he's still a Ti dominant. Saitama just seemed to have repeated a work-out agenda and become strong as a result. This is natural for anybody who gets less recognition than they deserve (barely type related), although for the sake of expediency, we can say that this behavior is more commonly associated with Fe users. Welcome to MBTIBase - PersonalityBase, here you can learn about Saitama MBTI type.. An INTP wouldn't be a hero for fun.
. He behaves like an INTP because he has no choice. What is the best option for the MBTI type of Saitama? What about enneagram and other personality types?. He doesn't have 0 intuition, unconscious processes are inevitableAlthough I agree on ISxP I think he is an ISFP. Depends on how easy for you to express your feelings. I didn't really consider ISFP when I was typing him. Se is more about characters who are very quick to react, change tactics and adapt during fighting. So yes, even the intensive training he did to become the strongest person wasn't necessarily contributing to any objective measurement of success per se (not Te). But the rigorous training he endured through to become what he is today could suggest Si, but Ni could do the same thing. Atleast compared to Genos, Sonic, or any other "try hards", it's hard to say that Saitama compares to any of them. Also “Keep it at 20 words or less” @soseductive. lol I was talking about you. Saitama says that he doesn't need attention, but then he's continuously drawn to popularity contests/competitions and other fanbases to prove his worth. We have to remember his original goal. I am an atheist when it comes to enneagram. We ISTP when something is funny we do it, I am an absent mind ISTP, and he is too. (Although come to think about it, the theory is still flawed in the sense that it doesn't really elaborate upon what "subjective" and "objective" is. How can anyone not think this guy has Se. He is a thrill seeker and he misses his old days filled with Se. In this site you can find out which of the 16 types this character 'Saitama' belongs to!. Do you underst that 5 is bigger that 1. Or you with Formerly Brainer are braindead and have a problem with a basic math. Also, ISTPs probably wouldn't show a lot of Fe traits since it's their inferior. The "objective" is really just a construct because it's been reproduced and conventionally accepted within the society. To top it off, as mentioned in his backstory ever since he was a kid he wanted to be a hero (ok that’s common with children but Fi and idealism are very correlated). I don't know about his perceiving functions.