Dual-type theory: LII and ESE
I'm still trying to find some good examples for the types I'm interested in (LII and ESE). For example, I want to know how to distinguish between LII-IEI and IEI-LII. Or between LII-IEI and LII-ILI.
- Comander Data (once I mistyped him as LII-ILI)
- David Banner (Hulk, not the "Bruce Banner" from the later movies)
- Fox Mulder (X-Files)
- Vince Larkin (Con Air)
- Che Guevara (I mistyped him as LII-IEI for a long time)
- Charles Xavier (X-Men)
- Mister Spock
- Peter Parker (mistyped him as LII-IEI)
ESE-SLE (should be my favourite type, theoretically):
- William Wallace (Braveheart)
- Cameron Poe (Con Air)
- Camden Konreid (In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale)
- Wolverine (X-Men)
- Lewis Hamilton (Formula 1)
I'm quite confident in those 13 cases. Other opinions?
Last edited by JohnDo; 09-05-2011 at 03:58 PM.
Nice to have you back, Che.
Why are you confident in these typings? What is your reasoning for each?
There was a character featured in Legacy of a Thousand Suns a few weeks ago, "Wing Commander Sasha" who VIed quite like an ESE and styled herself the defender of her home world, which upheld ancient Judeochristian mythology. She wore armor with wings on the back, like those of an angel.
Now that I think about it, there should be someone like that involved with the Libyan NTC, given their emphasis on avoiding repeats of Gadhafi's atrocities. That, and the NTC is headed mostly by LIIs, I believe.
Last edited by tcaudilllg; 09-05-2011 at 05:30 PM.
Check out the Facebook groups for each type. Thousands of members.
yeah but you can VI and mostly distinguish the obvious ones from the wrong ones. Not that I have ever tried