Billy Pilgrim: INTP

Slaughterhouse-Five, Kurt Vonnegut

Factors to keep in mind: PTSD

Slaughterhouse-Five Billy Pilgrim INTP | Literary MBTI

Dominant Ti: Although Billy is not the brightest bum on the street, he’s clearly a thinker who suppresses his emotions. He likes to analyze ideas and many of his beliefs stem from abstract realities in his head, rather than from physical evidence and facts in his reality. For instance, he firmly believes that he has been abducted by the Tralfamadoreans and refuses to give up this belief just because other people tell him it’s impossible. Despite his otherwise, ignorant mindset, Billy has a philosophical mind. Billy’s ideas about death sound wild and absurd to his daughter, Continue reading

Bruce Wayne: INTJ

Batman Trilogy

Factors to keep in mind: PTSD

Bruce Wayne INTJ or INFJ

Introverted Intuition (Ni): As a general rule, Bruce is happiest when he is working toward a specific goal, and as such, he has has a very specific vision of who he wants to be. He is constantly striving to improve the flaws that he sees both in himself and in the world as he gradually builds Batman into the symbol that he intends for it to be. Symbolism is important to Bruce, and he intertwines it deeply within his goals (as is evident in his Batman charade). He places higher value on the big picture than on smaller details (he cares more about saving Gotham than about his reputation/health; he would rather place massive/expensive orders Continue reading