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Animal
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  • Type: SeFi
  • Development: lll-
  • Attitude: Unseelie

The profiles are describing Fe as a function, not necessarily Fe dominants. So to say Harry Potter is not an Fe-dominant is irrelevant. What I am pointing out is the mythical narrative of Fe in the story itself, which I think is valid and present.


@Auburn
Sorry – Our posts crossed there. I was continuing my argument and hadn’t seen yours yet *hides*

I see what you’re saying with this.  Point taken re: not typing Harry as Fe.

But… hm, this begs another question:  are you making the case that a mythical narrative of a hero story is always Fe, regardless of the types of the characters?  Basically, let’s say a hero of my story is SeFi – and he rises from the ashes to defeat a Fe lead villain. Is this still a Fe mythical narrative?

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