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Auburn
Keymaster
  • Type: TiNe
  • Development: l--l
  • Attitude: Adaptive

Serj Tankian

Spoiler:

The most tricky part about this guy is telling if he’s Alpha or Beta. But I’m mostly sure he is Alpha:

^ He does many Ne Quirky Perk-Ups, facial parodies, etc. He has Naive Eyes, a Relaxed Eye Area, etc.

And energetically:

Pe

0:34

^ P Eye-Centric + Pe Perk Ups + Ne Naive Eyes + Ne Balloon Energy

0:30

^ Pe Bubbling Momentum + Pe Perk Up

Later in life he seems to have developed more Fe in vultology as well as focus, making him appear FeSi. He’s now doing political activist work. But I would leave FeSi open as a possibility nonetheless.

Margin of Error:

  • Most likely: NeTi l-l-
  • Less likely: FeSi l-l-, SeTi l-l-
  • Unlikely: Anything Else

Jack White

Spoiler:

The most apparent thing about Jack White is his Se. We can see Se and Pe vultology in many places, such as at:

2:08

^ Pe Body Swaying + Se Eye-Head Parallel Motions + Se Bodily Awareness

6:28

^ Pe Casual Hands + P Eye-Centricity

These GIFs and others show his fluidity of body, the dominance of his gaze, and his casual hands + pendulum swaying. Se-lead seems clear from here. But there are also times when he shows stronger Ji usage:

7:43

^ Ji Momentum Halting

3:32

^ Ji+Je

I think he’s Se ll– in development.

As for his J axis, I am not wholly decided on it but I think he may be SeTi ll–. I vaguely remember my first impression of him, years ago, was SeFi. But I think this was over-biased towards a pinched nose area anatomy — which is a signal that’s being phased out due to so many false positives for Fi. In any case, SeFi is still within the margin of error:

Margin of Error:

  • Most likely: SeTi ll–
  • Less Likely: SeFi ll–
  • Unlikely: Other dev level of Se-lead.

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