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    Episode 213:&nbspThe Commander? Peabody's Meyer's Briggs Personality Type
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The Protagonist: Roarke’s Meyers-Briggs Personality Test

AJ June 15, 2024 56


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In this emergency episode of Podcast in Death, we delve into the Myers-Briggs personality test for the Roarke. We previously assessed Eve, finding her to be an ISTJ (Logistician), and now we turn our attention to Roarke to see how his personality compares and contrasts. After taking the test for Roarke, we conclude that he is an ENFJ (Protagonist).

The ENFJ personality type is characterized by a natural charisma, creativity, and a strong desire to help others—traits that Roarke embodies throughout the series. He is both an extroverted leader and a supportive partner, showing a deep emotional connection and empathy, especially towards Eve. We discuss how Roarke’s leadership qualities and his proactive nature in making decisions align perfectly with his ENFJ profile. We also talk about the dynamics of Roarke and Eve’s relationship, noting that while they have fundamental differences, their personalities complement each other, fostering growth and understanding. It was a good discussion that provided a deeper understanding of Roarke’s character and his integral role in the series.

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