Character Creation

How to write an ESTJ Character

How to write an ESTJ Character

Creating well-rounded and relatable characters is a cornerstone of engaging storytelling. One personality type that offers a plethora of opportunities for dynamic character development is the ESTJ (Extraverted, Sensing, Thinking, Judging). Known for their strong leadership skills, logical thinking, and organizational prowess, ESTJs can add depth and authenticity to your narrative. In this guide, we’ll delve into the key characteristics of ESTJs and explore how to craft a compelling ESTJ character that resonates with readers.

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How to write an ENFJ Character

How to write an ENFJ Character

How to Write an ENFJ Character  Series: The Psychology of Character Creation Writing an ENFJ Character: Tips and Tricks for Authenticity Greetings, fellow storytellers! Are you ready to delve into the enchanting world of character creation? Today, we embark on a...

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How to Write an INFP Character

How to Write an INFP Character

How to Write an INFP Character  Series: The Psychology of Character Creation   Writing an INFP Character: Tips and Tricks for Authenticity Creating a well-rounded and relatable character is essential for any writer, and understanding the INFP personality type can...

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How to Write an INFJ Character

How to Write an INFJ Character

As an INFJ myself, I’ve noticed a recurring trend in literature and media where INFJ characters are depicted as all-knowing, level-headed mentors who seem to have it all figured out. Unfortunately, this portrayal perpetuates a misconception that INFJs are perfect characters, which couldn’t be farther from the truth. In reality, INFJs are complex individuals with their own struggles and imperfections.

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How to Write an ENTP Character

How to Write an ENTP Character

Playfully pragmatic, these characters love to challenge the status quo and have a talent for compelling others to question their methods. Their strong insight and quick thinking make them handy in a pinch, but don’t ask them to sit through long lectures or to write a tedious theist paper. These personalities work best in a heated debate, unweaving social constructs and exploring possibilities. Here are some tips to help you create an ENTP character that’s both believable and engaging.

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How to Write an ENTJ Character

How to Write an ENTJ Character

One of the most interesting personality types to explore in fiction is the ENTJ – also known as the “Commander” or “Fieldmarshal” – because of their leadership skills, ambition, and strategic thinking. If you want to write an ENTJ character, here are some tips to get started.

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