OD + GIF: Personality
Author: HatedLove6
Content Rating: GA
Published: 2016-10-20 10:01:51
Tags: random generator, personality, myers-briggs, pearson-marr, love, attitude, attachment, philosophy, gif

This is a GIF random generator that chooses a Myer-Briggs personality, the Moral Alignment type, a Love Attitude Scale, an Attachment Style, a Pearson-Marr Archetype, and three philosophies. Have fun.

Author´s Notes and Disclaimers:
These generators are made by me. Do not repost these random generators anywhere. Links to the source are fine, reposting is not.
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OD: Combined Personality Generator
This is a combined version of several smaller generators I had that I plan to make GIF-set generators for that chooses a Myer-Briggs personality, the Moral Alignment type, a Love Attitude Scale, an Attachment Style, a Pearson-Marr Archetype, and three philosophies. I'll talk about these in parts rather than the entire results in several examples.


This is based on the Myer-Brigg's Personality Tests—introvert-extrovert; sensing-intuition; thinking-feeling; judging-perceiving. The results this produces are pretty much straightforward except if it straddles between two results. With myself as an example I'm an introvert and a judger, but I straddle between sensing and intuition; and thinking and feeling, So my result would be I N/S F/T J. If you want the longer version, I would be INFJ, INTJ, ISFJ, and ISTJ. In otherwords, instead of just 16 personality types, this generator has 81 different personality types, for those that frequently straddles between personality traits. If you want a detailed summary of each of these personalities, Truity has great information.


This generates the primary and secondary moral alignment type for your character, which is described fully in Easy Damus's website, complete with a test. As also described on the website, almost no one is completely in one alignment, and can be a conglomeration of two or three, which is why there is a primary and secondary. Like the Random Love Attitude Style Generator, some results will have a blank space before or after the hyphen, so refer back to that chapter because how to read those examples will be the same as this one. And if you get this result: " - ", push the button again to get a different result. This generator doesn't just use the nine standard moral alignment types, there's twenty-five types indicated here, of which, the information can be found on Easy Damus under "tendencies."


This generates the primary and secondary love style described in the Love Attitude Scale test, which you can find with a quick google search. If you want to know more about the results of the tests, The Truth About Deception does a good job briefly describing each love style. The results are fairly straightforward, but there might still be some confusion. EXAMPLE 1:
The primary is first, and the secondary is second, obviously, but in this example, there is no primary. If you get an answer like this, the secondary becomes your primary, and the character is, in this case, completely Agape. EXAMPLE 2:
Like with the above example, there is only one style chosen, except this time the primary was chosen. Because only one was chosen, that one becomes the character's pure love style, in this case, Ludus. EXAMPLE 3:
When you take the test, the directions usually say to only look at the one with the most points; although some people may tie with two, or even more love styles. Well, this generator is basically the character has mostly a Storge love style, but also shows Agape traits. That's really all there is to it. If you ever get " - " as an answer, try again.


This generates an attachment style as described in the Truth About Deception website. Of course, this doesn't just describe about the character in question, but also about their parents or guardians, or even lack thereof. Please keep in mind that just because the character doesn't get a secure attachment style, didn't mean that their childhood is unhealthy or abusive; every person is different and handles situations and relationships differently.


Do not mistake this as stereotypes. These are not stereotypes. This explains it in more detail, but in fewer words, "Although both archetype and stereotype draw from a “type” of person to create character, the difference is that archetype will use the template as a starting place, and stereotype uses it as the end point" (x). As with most of my generators, you get a primary archetype, and you get a secondary archetype. Of course there are alternative names for each of these archetypes, so I'll just give you a quick list of them, and then I'll go over how to read the results.
CAREGIVER: altruist, helper, parent, saint, and supporter. CREATOR: artist, dreamer, innovator,inventor, musician, and writer. EXPLORER: individualist, iconoclast, pilgrim, seeker, and wanderer. HERO: crusader, dragon slayer, rescuer, soldier, superhero, team player, warrior, and winner. INNOCENT: dreamer, mystic, naive, romantic, saint, traditionalist, and Utopian. JESTER: comedian, the fool (in reference to the tarot card), joker, practical joker, and trickster. LOVER: enthusiast, friend, intimate, partner, sensualist, spouse, and team-builder. MAGICIAN: catalyst, charismatic, healer, inventor, medicine man, leader, shaman, visionary. OUTLAW: iconoclast, misfit, rebel, revolutionary, and wild man. REGULAR GAL/GUY: good neighbor, good old boy, everyman, orphan, person next door, realist, silent majority, solid citizen, and working stiff. RULER: administrator, aristocrat, boss, king, leader, manager, politician, queen, and role model. SAGE: academic, advisor, contemplative, detective, expert, mentor, philosopher, planner, professional, researcher, scholar, teacher, and thinker.
Regular Gal/Guy-Hero
This means that the character's primary is the Regular Gal/Guy archetype with the secondary as a Hero. The Hero could be the alter ego of the character, or it could be what the character develops into by the end of the story. You can use the primary and secondary archetype relationship however you want. EXAMPLE 2:
This simply means that the character has an outlaw archetype. It's the primary and secondary. EXAMPLE 3:
I doubt anyone would get a result like this, but if it does happen, just treat it like in the second example.


Enneagram World Wide and The Enneagram Institute go in depth with these personality type. When it comes to reading the results, the primary-secondary examples are the same as above.


This chooses a philosophy for your character. Of course you can choose two or three per character as well as only one. You can find quick summaries of them on posters, flashcards or books called Philographics by Genis Carreras. You can find half of them online, but it's easy to look up summaries or definitions for the other philosophies.
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