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

To me, an excellent way to compare Se “volition” against Fe “mind over body” is to type Harry Potter as Se lead, and type Black Panther as Fe lead.

Black Panther’s story is very clear Fe – he becomes a King, steps into the shoes of his father for the sake of community, and learns discipline along the way.

Harry Potter never feels comfortable in the leadership role, though he takes it on when the moment calls for it, which I’d see as Je development, though he’s not characterized by it. He finds himself in a certain position, due to his past, and despite his Pe-ish tendencies toward “exploration” and “fun” he gets his shit together.  After the fight with Voldemort, which is mostly improvised and disorganized, he returns to a non-leader position.

Black Panther is a much better Fe character. Leadership, stepping into his father’s shoes, representing his society – is his role.

 

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