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

@Faeruss

I would strongly, strongly agree with “Messiah” for Fe.  To me this seems obvious and it is also not something that I’d see my most ideal self ‘stepping into.’

However I think most people’s most ideal self steps into a hero role in some way, so that particular role should not be associated specifically with Fe.

About Harry Potter: He’s an adventurer who stumbles his way into a quest just because he has to survive and he was born in a certain position where this was thrust upon him. This is not a messiah story. All the adults are pushing him to be a messiah but he doesn’t want to. He just wants to live and let live, but he has to protect himself and his loved ones in order to do so; and does what he has to do (which is very Se-Te, really).  He has strong personal values that he sticks to (Fi) and that’s all there is to it; but he’ll take pragmatic action to protect those values.

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