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The Field Marshal

ENTJ Characters

ENTJs have plenty of confidence, strong wills, and the ability to inspire others. Therefore ENTJ characters are very popular in many fictional movies.

I. The overview of ENTJ characters

The same MBTI methods may be used to define the personality types of fictional characters. Some of the most well-known and interesting fictional characters from novels, movies, television series, and anime have been identified as ENTJ characters. They all have similar attitudes and actions, and it's fascinating to watch their evolution throughout the course of their stories. This provides us with a comprehensive picture of not just this type's strengths and shortcomings, but also insights into how ENTJs behave in various situations. So, without further ado, let's get started with this enormous list of ENTJ characters.

II. 10 ENTJ Anime characters

1. Tobio Kageyama

Tobio Kageyama is acclaimed as the “king of the court” in the program All World Alliance, due to his authoritarian attitude toward the squad he commands (as is common of ENTJ characters). Because of their natural leader, and their obsession with their plans and the information they have about achieving a given objective, they might come off as harsh and dictatorial at times.

2. Rei Hino

Rei Hino is one of the ENTJ characters from Sailor Moon, and while it would be a stretch to claim that she possesses all of the ENTJ characters qualities, her powers and some of her behaviors reflect normal ENTJ personality types.

Rei Hino possesses abilities such as precognition and archery, which may be interpreted as metaphors for ENTJ characteristics such as a single vision of a goal and the brains to carry out their plans.

In classic ENTJ form, Rei Hino is also passionate and speaks up for what she believes in.

3. Reinhard von Lohengramm

Reinhard von Lohengramm is an ENTJ anime character who features in the show Legend of the Galactic Heroes.

This man’s major ENTJ characteristic is the natural tendency to lead. He wins a war after collecting various different cultures under one goal, after which he makes himself the new official leader, and brings out radical changes in all sorts of policies under his command. That kind of commanding quality is seen often in ENTJ characters. 

4. Lloyd Asplund

Lloyd Asplund, one of the typical ENTJ characters in Code Geass, may not be an ENTJ in and of itself, but he does exhibit certain characteristics that might be classed as ENTJ.

ENTJs are also capable of eliminating emotion from a situation, including certain relationships, when emotion appears to be complicating things, and this is something Lloyd excels at since he sees people as machines and objects to manage or analyze.

He is not an Extrovert, since he tends to keep things about himself to himself, but he does have certain other qualities that make him a very accurate ENTJ.

4. Spectra Phantom

Spectra Phantom is an ENTJ anime character from the Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia series, and he is yet another character that exhibits the traditional ENTJ trait of being a leader, although a little hostile one.

His qualities of not being frightened by opponents or unfavorable situations, as well as his confidence, or even overconfidence, in his skills, can be found in many ENTJ characters.

He's also clever and understands how to get his way, and he keeps this trait even after he's no longer an enemy.

5. Charles Vi Britannia

Charles Vi Britannia is included in the list of ENTJ characters because of his strong leadership position and the emphasis he places on being powerful in order to survive in society.

It is worth noting, however, that his hostile beliefs and ideals appear to originate from his terrible childhood, since he frequently watched his relatives killing each other in quest of the kingdom while he was a youngster.

This experience may have pushed his natural, healthy ENTJ tendencies of wanting to gain power and be in a dominating position via hard effort to the forefront of his mind as something everyone must accomplish or perish.

6. Uncle Iroh

Because of his traits such as being a crown prince and master of his chosen skill of Firebending, as well as his occasional thirst for power, Iroh from the show Avatar can also be included in the ENTJ characters category.

He was highly strategic and cunning, and he led his army into numerous successful endeavors, which speaks to commandant or ENTJ qualities.

7. Neji Hyuga

The show's Neji Hyuga Naruto begins as a stoic, philosophical individual who appears to fit on the INTP list, but his final drive to become as powerful as possible and ensure that he has the capacity to conquer any obstacle via practice and training makes Neji a suitable ENTJ anime character as well.

Neji also has some terrible experiences in his past that influence his behavior, such as his stoicism, which may be a result of early losses he had, and as he begins to emerge out of his shell, he is able to care about freedom again and is shown reacting to birds soaring in the sky.

8. Shikamaru Nara

Shikamaru Nara, another Naruto character, has certain characteristics that make him look similar to other ENTJ characters.

The fact that he is able to mature and begin doing what is required indicates that he possesses the strength to complete tasks that are assigned to him, which makes him quite similar to an ENTJ.

An ENTJ does not always get what they want since they are stubborn and determined; then they'd have to do things they don't want to do and take on obligations they would prefer avoid, as Shikamaru demonstrates.

9. Misaki Ayuzawa

On the Kaichou Wa Maid-Sama, we find another ENTJ character named Misaki Ayuzawa, who exhibits ENTJ characteristics such as leadership and a desire to reach positions of power such as President, hard work, and being proactive when things need to be done.
She also has a gentler side and is helpful, but what actually motivates her is a desire to succeed in life and overcome the challenges she has faced throughout her life.
She is fearless and driven, and she has a natural proclivity to throw herself wholeheartedly into anything she undertakes. These are very ENTJ characteristics.

10. Misa Amane

Misa Amane is another D-Note character who shares certain characteristics with other ENTJ characters.

For one thing, she is a lot more extroverted and popular than her goth or punk appearance would imply. Her outgoing personality places her solidly in the ENTJ camp.

She also exhibits unusual emotional responses, as do several ENTJs, and warns Light that she would kill any ladies he dates. She may also be harsh on occasion, which people may notice in ENTJs since their obsession with oneself and their own objectives can sometimes make them insensitive to the needs and desires of others.

III. 10 ENTJ Disney characters

1. Tiana from The Princess And The Frog

Tiana defies all preconceptions by being a strong, independent, analytical thinker who likes to make decisions based on logic rather than emotions. She is a textbook example of an ENTJ lady. Tiana is extremely opportunistic, pushing herself into any scenario in order to achieve her objectives. Although she might be impulsive at times, her activities are well-planned and ultimately lead to her achieving her ambition.

2. Princess Kida from Atlantis

Princess Kida is yet another excellent example of the ENTJ personality type, sometimes known as the "commander." While Kida appears to be lovely and graceful, her demeanor is far from that of a conventional Disney Princess.

Kida is forceful, aggressive, and a little bossy. She is the sort of person that will never be afraid to speak precisely what she is thinking, even if it is improper or vulgar. Despite her outspokenness, she has a kind side, and the people she meets along the road come to admire her go-getter nature.

3. Marie from The Aristrocats

Marie from The Aristocats is a fantastic example of an ENTJ villain from the Disney world. Despite the fact that she is cute and fluffy, with a precious pink ribbon, she is one hell of a cat that refuses to be underestimated merely because she seems innocent to the outside world. Don't be fooled by her cuteness.

This cat bites. Marie is the type of cat who requires dominance over all other felines and will always portray herself in the best light possible. She expects perfection from everyone around her, and she wants to be flawless herself. This is a characteristic ENTJ attitude in which people strive to be the greatest versions of themselves.

4. Edna from The Incredibles

ENTJs are recognized for their tremendous work ethic. Commanders are among the most likely of the sixteen personality types to succeed in their jobs.

This is due to the fact that they push themselves as hard as humanly feasible. They will not stop until all of their highest ambitions and objectives are realized. This is why Edna is such a force to be reckoned with, and why she is one of the most accomplished and skilled costume designers the world has ever seen. Don't be fooled by her little appearance. This woman is on top of the world, and it's all owing to her ENTJ personality type.

5. Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story

Buzz Lightyear is a Disney figure that is frequently categorized as an ENTJ, and it's easy to see why. Buzz is the ideal "commander," strong and forceful. He is also a very devoted friend, and ENTJs are recognized for their commitment to the ones they care about the most.

6. Woody from Toy Story

If ENTJs are to be recognized for anything, it will be their leadership abilities. Because of their confidence and aggressiveness, this commander personality type understands how to take the lead in any scenario. They are the epitome of "Type A," and people appreciate their innate ability to take command of any situation.

Woody enjoys setting a positive example for his friends, and he wants everyone of his best friend to reach their full potential. He and Buzz may occasionally squabble over who gets to be in control, but at the end of the day, everyone gets to contribute their two cents.

7. Galleria from The Cheetah Girls

Raven Symone's character in The Cheetah Girls is one of other ENTJ characters. She is the sort of person that demands the best not just from her peers but also from herself. She's a bit of a perfectionist, and she's always quick to encourage her friends to give it their all in their performances.

Nevertheless, because Galleria occasionally pushes her pals too hard, this leads to some friction among their buddy group. Her motives, on the other hand, are excellent. She simply wishes for everyone to realize their full potential. It ends up being a success since The Cheetah Girls thrive as a consequence of Galleria's unwavering efforts.

8. Winifred Sanderson from Hocus Pocus

Winifred Sanderson from Hocus Pocus is undeniably an ENTJ character trait. Winifred has always been the smartest guy in the room, which is typical of the commander. She has effortlessly assumed the position of leader among her sisters, and she will not accept foolishness under any circumstances.
She is frequently spotted rolling her eyes at her "idiot" sisters' antics, but at the end of the day, she needs them to get by. She is the ultimate badass and the epitome of an ENTJ.

9. The Beast from Beauty And The Beast

The Beast from Beauty and the Beast is clearly an ENTJ. In contrast to Belle, who has her head in the clouds and is an idealist, The Beast has a more realistic attitude and may help Belle see things more clearly. He is open-minded enough to appreciate her worldview, no matter how diametrically opposed it is to his own.

He may appear cold and controlling at first, but as the two get to know each other more, Belle discovers he's actually rather nice and giving. It simply took him a little longer to show that part of himself.

10. Nala from The Lion King

Nala from The Lion King undoubtedly exemplifies all of the most classic qualities of the ENTJ personality type, which we're glad for since who knows what might happen at Pride Rock without her aggressive persona? Nala informs Simba that in order to serve as king and do his part, he must give up his carefree lifestyle.

ENTJs think that everyone has a function in life that must be performed with considerable effort. Simba may be hesitant at first, but Nala is able to steer him in the correct path so that the natural successor of the kingdom may finally rescue the day.

III. Other ENTJ fictional characters

1. Sauron from The Lord of the Rings

Sauron is often regarded as one of the most reviled fictional  ENTJ characters. Unlike most ENTJs, he wields his authority for nefarious purposes, and his motivations are far from pure. His preoccupation with dominance and control distorts his perspective, isolating him from the broader picture. 

He is a strategist and planner, which is characteristic of an ENTJ. The fact that someone is wicked and cruel does not imply that his behavior is chaotic. His well-crafted plot to conquer all of Middle-Earth. He employs his extensive understanding of magic to attain his objectives in a methodical manner. Although we are relieved that he did not succeed, we must admit that he was a heck of a fighter.

2. Anakin Skywalker from Star Wars

The majority of ENTJs are capable of devising effective answers to any challenge. This aspect of their personalities, when paired with their outgoing disposition, makes them exceptional leaders. That is exactly what happened to Anakin Skywalker. During the Clone Wars, he is a great general who intuitively upholds the Jedi Order heritage.

However, he, like many ENTJs, has powerful emotions that he is unsure how to deal with. This results in an incapacity to deal with his dark side, resulting in an unstable mental state. Because of his inability to question himself or the decisions he has made, he is one of the most heinous fictional villains.

3. Lord Voldemort from Harry Potter

Voldemort, like other ENTJs, is a person who takes action. He expresses himself through his actions rather than his words. On his quest to rule the globe, his ability to organize and control others served him well. His ENTJ traits are most evident in his intention to maintain his soul and, in effect, make him eternal. He demonstrated that he is a textbook example of ENTJ by creating the 8 Horcruxes, each carrying a bit of his soul. Despite the fact that the battle did not go as planned, he was on the verge of enslaving the whole wizarding world.

4. Barney Stinson from How I Met Your Mother

Barney would rather be remembered as a shallow-minded party animal whose highlight of the week is a hook-up with a female at the neighborhood pub. The truth, however, is lightyears distant. He's actually an emotional and intelligent person who developed a protective mechanism as a result of a traumatic experience. If anything awful happened to an ENTJ, they would respond in the same way. Because of their unwillingness to open out emotionally to others, they frequently have to cope with whatever they're going through alone. However, ENTJs (including Barney) are frequently stronger than they think.

5. Bernadette Rostenkowski from The Big Bang Theory

Bernadette initially appears while she is working with Penny at the Cheesecake Factory while pursuing her Ph.D. in microbiology. She's a petite, charming, and aspirational lady who knows precisely what she wants out of life. She's advancing her profession as a microbiologist, and she's clear about what she wants from her relationship with Howard. In the end, she gets her way in all aspects of her life. She not only became a great scientist, but she also persuaded Howard to leave his mother's house! Her capacity to prepare ahead of time and stick to her goals is a typical ENTJ trait.