Myers-Briggs Personality Type

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a simple set of four pairs of preferences that you can use to give some idea of your character's personality type. This is not a restriction on how you roleplay your character, it is simple a hint to the GMs as to how your character's mind works (and a tool we can use to help make decisions if needed when resolving turnsheet actions).

Note that we're not using the proper Myers-Briggs Type Indicator; this is a slightly simplified version tuned more for the GMs benefit.

Your character's Myers-Briggs type is a four-letter code, one letter from each of the four pairs of preferences; e.g. ESTJ (Extrovert, Sensing, Thinking, Judging), ISFJ (Introverted, Sensing, Feeling, Judging), ENFP (Extroverted, iNtuition, Feeling, Perceiving)

The Four Preferences

Introverted Extroverted
Sensing iNtuition
Thinking Feeling
Judging Perceiving


Is your character more likely to talk freely to people, or will they generally keep information to themselves?


Is your character more likely to believe the evidence of their senses, or are they going to trust their intuition more?


Does your character prefer to think through a problem rationally and examine it carefully from the outside before coming to a decision, or do they prefer to get inside a problem and make a decision based on what feels right?


Does your character prefer to rely on their thinking/feeling to make quick decisions, or would they rather sense/intuit the situation and wait for the right time to make a move?

myers-briggs_personality_type.txt · Last modified: 2009/10/05 03:27 by gareth
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