It’s no secret that INTJ’s are masterminds, but there’s more to them than just their superior intelligence. They’re rarely found in the world, with only about 0.3% of the population (around 10 million people) falling into this personality type — but you’ll find that 0.3% to be mighty interesting indeed. INTJ women are especially difficult to spot, as they can be easily miscategorized as both INFJ and INTP.
Dominant Intuition The INTJ drives his or her decisions with a strong understanding of patterns, theories and abstract observations . The INTJ seeks to find ‘the answer,’ whether it’s the ultimate combo in Street Fighter IV, or the perfect way to run their fantasy football league. The INTJ must see and understand how the facts fit into a theory or pattern, no matter how abstract.
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1. Lust (Fullmetal Alchemist)
Lust is a popular villain from the anime Fullmetal Alchemist. She’s well-known for both her outfit and personality, which are both a little sadistic and manipulative—and that’s not even mentioning her ability to get information by talking seductively! You’d think she’d be an ideal leader of a military organization or something…
2. Makise Kurisu (Steins;Gate)
Makise Kurisu is a supreme genius, and in my opinion one of the best anime characters out there. She’s very serious and mature, with a sharp mind and a good attitude. She’s also highly intelligent, and her confidence matches her ability — which is why she’s so great at her job. However, she’s easily annoyed by those who don’t match up.
3. Yelena (Attack on Titan)
Yelena is a quiet girl. She’d be the type to sit alone at lunch, and get bullied to no end by the other kids who, while they were just making fun of her all along, wish they knew how sad she actually was. But
there’s one thing that she won’t close up about: Attack on Titan. She loves it — and she’ll talk your ear off about any of its characters who come up in conversation.
4. Motoko Kusanagi (Ghost in the Shell)
Motoko, the antihero of Ghost in the Shell, is well-known for her stern and stoic attitude. She is a dedicated woman who will do anything to bring justice to the table — even if it means risking her own life. This strength is evident in her incredible skills and ability to overcome any challenge (or get around any obstacle) with ease.
5. Homura Akemi (Puella Magi Madoka Magica)
Homura Akemi is very intelligent and observant. She has a reserved and quiet nature, which can make communication with others difficult. During her schooldays, she was known to be a very underconfident and depressed girl, often facing schoolyard bullying and harassment. Physiologically, she is a little bit frail due to her heart complications, because of which she was unable to perform certain exercises.
6. Shinobu Kochou (Demon Slayer)
Shinobu is a bit of a riddle. She appears to be the typical girl next-door, always smiling and well-behaved. Not unlike other girls, she loves fashion and meeting new people. However, Shinobu harbors a deep hatred of demons and will go to any length to destroy them. This has led her to join Demon Slayer, an organization bent on protecting humans from demons.
7. Hitagi Senjougahara (Bakemonogatari)
Hitagi is a prime example of the Anime Characters Personality Types. Known for their tendency to wear their heart on their sleeve, INTJ’s tend to communicate truthfully and assertively, and often hurt the feelings of others in the process. But they wear it on their sleeve, so to speak — they’re not ashamed of their communication style or the effects it may have on others, and in fact are frequently unaware of how negatively they come across.
8. Teresa (Claymore)
Teresa is one of the boldest and dangerous characters on this list, maybe even in the world. She’s got a violent personality, often seen killing without a single thought or regret — but that’s just how she rolls. She’s deadly in combat, but also has a bit of a rattlesnake quality about her, meaning she strikes before you even realize she’s coming. Teresa’s an assassin through and through, with a vicious streak not many can match.
9. Re-L Mayer (Ergo Proxy)
INTJs are curious and independent characters, like Re-L. She’s an amazing role model for anyone who thinks gender should have nothing to do with the types of roles you play — a perfect example of the phrase “be whoever you want to be.” Re-L is the perfect independent character, one who proves that women can be strong, powerful people in society.
10. Kaguya Shinomiya (Kaguya-sama: Love is War)
Kaguya is one of those characters whose INTJ-ness is expressed in her actions rather than her words. She is always calm and respectful, but when she sets her mind on a goal (in this case, making Miyuki confess) she becomes a highly strategic mastermind. There is no drama for the sake of drama — Kaguya draws upon her knowledge to come up with solid plans that rarely fail.