Today, we’re giving the main characters from Cassandra Clare’s latest novel, Chain of Gold, Myres-Briggs personality types we think match them. The personalities are made up of four main features, represented by letters. So, before we get into it, here’s a quick overview of the categories.
Introverted individuals are more reserved and can be quite shy, whereas extroverted individuals are more outgoing and sociable.
Observant people are very down-to-earth and tend to be practical, whereas intuitive people are imaginative and tend to look for hidden meanings instead of the obvious.
Thinking individuals are logical, critical and highly independent, whereas feeling individuals express their emotions and are more empathic.
Judging people prefer order and planning and are very organised, whereas prospecting people spot opportunities and are good at improvising.
Quick warning: Chain of Gold spoilers!
James Herondale: ISFJ – Defender. Defenders are protective and reliable, always looking out for their loved ones.
Matthew Fairchild: ENFP – Campaigner. Campaigners are very creative and adventurous free spirits.
Cordelia Carstairs: ESFJ – Consul (could this have hidden meaning?). Consuls are caring and reliable, always looking for a way to help others.
Lucie Herondale: ENTP – Debater. Debaters are smart and witty and can’t resist a challenge.
Thomas Lightwood: ISFP – Adventurer. Adventurers are artistic, curious and open minded.
Christopher Lightwood: INTP – Logician. Logicians are curious and inventive, always looking to learn and discover new ideas.
Anna Lightwood: ESTP – Entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs are sharp, witty and perceptive; nothing is too out-there for them.
Alastair Carstairs: ISTJ – Logistician. Logisticians are down-to-earth, logical and reliable individuals.
Charles Fairchild: ESTJ – Executive. Executives are highly organised and require structure and routine.
Grace Blackthorn: INTJ – Architect. Architects are strategic masterminds with a solution for every problem.
Jesse Blackthorn: ESFP – Entertainer. Entertainers are enthusiastic and passionate about life (or afterlife, in Jesse’s case).
Let us know if you agree with our choices!