Giving Infernal Devices Characters MBTI Personality Types

The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare

A few weeks back we gave Cassandra Clare’s Chain of Gold characters Myres-Briggs personality types we thought fitted them. And we enjoyed it so much, we thought we’d follow it up by doing the same for her Infernal Devices characters 🙂 Each of the personality types is made up of four letters, each representing a personality trait. Here’s a quick rundown of their meanings:

Introverted/Extroverted

Introverted individuals are more reserved and can be quite shy, whereas extroverted individuals are more outgoing and sociable.

Observant/Intuitive

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/Feeling

Thinking individuals are logical, critical and highly independent, whereas feeling individuals express their emotions and are more empathic.

Judging/Prospecting

Judging people prefer order and planning and are very organised, whereas prospecting people spot opportunities and are good at improvising.

So, let’s get into it…

The Characters

Tessa Grey: ISTJ – Logistician. Logisticians are down-to-earth, logical and reliable individuals.

Will Herondale: INFP – Mediator. Mediators are kind, idealistic people who also tend to be quite poetic 🙂

Jem Carstairs: ENFP – Campaigner. Campaigners are very creative and adventurous free spirits.

Charlotte Fairchild: ESFP – Entertainer. Entertainers are enthusiastic and passionate about life (even their very busy ones in Charlotte’s case!)

Henry Branwell: INTP – Logician. Logicians are curious and inventive, always looking to learn and discover new ideas.

Jessamine Lovelace: ISFJ – Defender. Defenders are protective and reliable, always looking out for their loved ones.

Cecily Herondale: ESTJ – Executive. Executives are highly organised and require structure and routine.

Gideon Lightwood: ENTP – Debater. Debaters are smart and witty and can’t resist a challenge.

Gabriel Lightwood: ISTJ – Logistician. Logisticians are down-to-earth, logical and reliable individuals (hmm… Same as Tessa…).

Sophie Collins: ISTP – Virtuoso. Virtuosos are practical and confident, very skilled with their hands.

Magnus Bane!!!: ENFP – Campaigner. Campaigners are very creative and adventurous free spirits ( we just had to include him…).

Let us know if you agree with our choices 🙂

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