Fi: Luke cares first and foremost about being authentic to himself and understanding himself. The root of his unhappy times is always an inability to do whatever it is that makes him happy. He often over-reacts emotionally to various situations, but over time, learns to bridle his immaturity. He cares deeply about his friendships and is kind to them. His system of beliefs is based internally and he doesn’t care what the norms are. He doesn’t like to show vulnerability, even when others aren’t around.
Se: Luke is a natural pilot (like his daddy) and is good at using his environment to his advantage. When solving a problem, Luke seeks the most immediate solution (not always the best one) and caries it out swiftly. He tends to be a bit impulsive, often jumping into situations without thinking the consequences through first. Training to become a Jedi is hard for him because he’s so used to relying on his natural reflexes that he has trouble paying attention to the force.
Ni: As Luke matures and gains more training, he learns to place more value on the non-tangiable parts of life. He genuinely wants to do something important with his life in order to benefit the universe as a whole. Luke’s premonitions about situations and people are not…great, and in fact, are rarely right.
Te: If theres one think Luke is not, it’s a planner. He doesn’t like schedules, hard facts or details, but does take an interest in maintaining control over his environment. As he matures, he learns to pay more attention to the consequences of his actions and becomes more diplomatic. Still, he never gets really good at it.
I’ve seen him typed as INFP, but…um…honestly, Ne? Really? Luke is hardly an out-of-the-box thinker.
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