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INFP Characters

This article will look at 21 INFP characters you'll probably identify with if you have the same personality type. Some of these personalities exemplify the finest features of INFPs, while others exemplify the worst.

I. The overview of INFP characters

Because of their eccentric and whimsical personalities, INFPs make for some of the best fictional characters. They are idealistic and imaginative, with a strong desire to see their beliefs and discoveries reflected in the actual world.

INFP personality types are warm, personable, unselfish, and inventive, making them a perfect love interest for the majority of people. That being stated, below are some important characters from fictional, anime, and Disney films who exhibit INFP traits.

Let's look at twelve 21  INFP characters to whom may deeply identify.

II. INFP Anime characters

1. Alphonse Eric from Fullmetal Alchemist

Al, who is kind and idealistic, does his best to assist anybody who crosses his path. His tenderness and inner sense of morals lead him in whatever he does, and he frequently acts as a verbal conscience to his brother Edward. Many INFPs will identify with Al's honesty and protective nature. Al never wants to abandon someone who is in pain. Under reality, he conceals little, stray cats in his armor to keep them safe.

2. Kaneki Ken from Tokyo Ghoul

Ken Kaneki, in classic INFP characters, struggles against all odds to be loyal to himself. His greatest worry is losing his personality and violating his moral code. While all personality types may connect to this to some level, INFPs experience it most strongly. 

INFPs want for authenticity and personal independence in all aspects of their existence. They never want to be swayed by the outer world into changing their essential personality. This internal conflict plagues Ken Kaneki for the majority of Tokyo Ghoul. 

He is kind, timid, and selfless, doing everything he can to protect people close to him, even placing himself in terrible risk for their sake.

3. Gaara from Naruto

Gaara had a terrible childhood, and as a result, he possesses both positive and negative traits. Gaara was a pleasant and warm youngster as a child, but after going through traumatic circumstances, he embraced the dark part of his nature. He has a tendency to disregard other people's pleas for compassion and feels compelled to murder others in order to establish his own existence. 

Gaara, on the other hand, returns to the right path and attempts to build a world of harmony and togetherness among the Shinobi. Because of the agony and torment he endured as a child, he is one of the sympathetic villains.

4. Shinji Ikari from Evangelion

Shinji Ikari is a quiet, altruistic guy whose sole goal in life is to defend mankind. He is afraid of getting too close to others and seeks solace and togetherness in music. Throughout his ordeal, he searches for his motivations and seeks guidance and direction inside himself.

5. Akane Tsunemori from Psycho-Pass

Akane is insightful and idealistic, inspired by a strong sense of justice and morality. She is quiet, as are many INFPs, but she is prone to outbursts of rage when individuals do things she finds morally abhorrent. Throughout her detective career, Akane goes within to strive to explain why she does the stuff she does and what her life's ambition is. INFPs will identify strongly with her contemplative, intellectual attitude.

6. Tamaki Amajiki from My Hero Academia

Tamaki Amajiki is the epitome of an INFP hero. He uses his abilities with humility, follows his heart, and does the right thing at the appropriate moment. His honesty, compassion, calm, and idealistic attitude distinguishes him and sets him apart from others.

7. Shizuku Tsukishima from Whisper of the Heart

Shizuku Tsukishima is motivated by her enthusiasm and creativity, as one of the characteristic INFP characters. She, like other INFPs, enjoys reading and enjoys borrowing piles of fantasy novels from the library. Her distractibility and vivid inner world will resonate with many INFPs. Others will recognize similarities between her and themselves as they recollect their own adolescent problems.

8. Mitsuha Miyamiz from Your Name

Mitsuha Miyamizu is driven to travel the world, learn new things, and experience what life is like in different countries. When she discovers that she can trade her soul with another person, she is able to fulfill her goal. Miyamizu's is a really kind and supporting company.

9. Euphemia Li Britannia from Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion

Euphemia, who is passionate and imaginative, embodies the INFP's idealistic and open-minded attitude. Unlike the bulk of her family, she cares about the "Elevens" and believes that everyone should be treated equally. With her intuition, she is able to think beyond the box in order to discover answers to humanity's issues. Her ethics and moral compass drive her, and she is regarded as one of the greatest INFP characters in anime films.

10. Levy McGarden from Fairy Tail

Levy McGarden, a cheerful and kind-hearted woman, makes decisions based on her heart and principles. In true INFP manner, she enjoys reading and builds connections based on a common love of storytelling.

One of Levy's distinguishing characteristics is her ability to find goodness even in the most heinous individuals, even going so far as to forgive Gajeel Redfox after he tormented her earlier in the series. She considers the interior rather than the exterior appearances and actions.

III. INFP Disney characters

1. Sadness from Inside out

INFPs are never hesitant to express their emotions since they are bursting with emotional intelligence. They absorb all of their feelings to such an extent that others may find it frightening.

INFPs find solace in crying. They, unlike most others, are not scared to feel everything. As a result, they are far more prone to sorrow than most. For example, if they come across a dead ant on the street, they may grieve for a week about it. Sadness is the best character to portray these mediators from Inside Out.

2. Violet from The Incredibles

Violet from The Incredibles is a core INFP character. She, like other INFPs, loves to be left alone to her own devices. Rather than loneliness, she feels comfort when she is alone. Violet doesn't require the company of others to keep her occupied; all she requires is her imagination.

Despite being a superhero and someone who is "amazing," this young woman chooses to remain anonymous. It's no surprise that her superpower is being invisible. Many INFPs wish they could have this power since they prefer to spend their time with their heads in the clouds rather than engaged in real-world activities.

3. Tiger Lily from Peter Pan

Tiger Lily from Peter Pan seems like the ultimate INFP. While she may come across as rather reserved to those around her, deep down she is a wild child, filled with a deep lust for adventure. INFPs may seem prim and polite to the outside world, but inside their minds, they are secretly praying for a chance to go on the most exciting journey imaginable.

Like Tiger Lily, INFPs refuse to be restrained by the rules and conventions of society. This is what leads them to be so free-spirited and full of life. Their need for a dangerous thrill is so fervent, yet you would never think so due to their quiet nature. This is what makes the INFP so enticing.

4. Bambi from Bambi 

In this famous Disney film, Bambi epitomizes all that is pure. The INFP - the MBTI type is most likely to radiate Bambi-level innocence. They, like the animated fawn, have a natural sense of awe.

Many people feel that INFPs have a wide-eyed appearance, and the phrase "Bambi eyes" clearly applies to this personality type. Perhaps it's their young attitude, or perhaps it's their desire to absorb everything around them to the fullest. If we've ever seen an INFP, it's Bambi.

5. Aurora from Sleeping Beauty

Many individuals believe that INFPs, regardless of gender, are similar to Disney Princesses. This is due to their ability to be gentle, dreamy, and compassionate. Essentially, they are the types of folks that would sing to the birds and small animals in an open field while dancing to no music.

No one would be surprised if an INFP began singing about their dreams in the middle of an enchanted forest, like Aurora did. It's just part of their personality. Furthermore, as INFPs, we cherish our sleep time. Most people of our kind had previously been dubbed as "sleeping beauties" since we sleep more than most. It's possibly because we have such a strong need to fantasize.

III. Other INFP fictional characters

1. Dwayne Hoover from Little Miss Sunshine

Dwayne from Little Miss Sunshine is an INFP who is youthful and trying to figure out who he is and what his mission in life should be. His ultimate ambition in life is to become a pilot, to the point that he refuses to speak until his parents allow him to begin training. He's a calm, clever, and creative individual who stands out among his strange family.

On their disastrous journey to the beauty contest, he discovers that he is colorblind and may not be able to pursue his ambition of becoming a pilot. Although he's sad, he's hopeful that he'll work things out.

2. Frodo Baggins from The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy

Frodo was the major character in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, and he was in charge of destroying the ring with malevolent characteristics. He didn't want to be a hero; he simply wanted to live a normal life free of drama and adventure.

He, like any INFP, is uneasy in unexpected situations and lacks confidence in himself. But it is his optimism and readiness to risk his life for the greater good of the world that distinguishes him as a real hero and INFP.

3. Tom Hansen from 500 Days Of Summer

As one of the major protagonists in 500 Days of Summer, Tom's devastating split with his longtime girlfriend (Zoey Deschanel) and his efforts to heal are the focus of the film. When he is in a relationship, he seems possessive and used to a specific schedule that he follows every day.

Tom exhibits several of the most negative INFP characteristics, such as taking things too personally and refusing to adapt, as well as his lengthy mourning phase. He also has some positive INFP characteristics, such as creativity and a life-long desire of peace and harmony.

4. Hermione Granger from The Harry Potter Series 

Well known for being the "brightest witch of her class" Hermione was a very important part of the famous trio. In the beginning, she seemed like she might be a bit obnoxious and annoying due to her know-it-all attitude and her lack of social skills, but as she got more comfortable, she became a loving and loyal friend.

Hermione displays a lot of INFP qualities, like their tendency to have a small circle of friends, her introverted personality, and her open-mindedness.

5. Cinna from The Hunger Games

Cinna was a minor character in The Hunger Games, yet he made an indelible effect on both the audience and Katniss. He was the sole Capitol official who believed in Katniss and always treated her with respect and affection, serving as a driving force behind the revolution. He even dies with integrity, being executed for his involvement in the revolution and remembered as a source of inspiration by Katniss posthumously.

6. Luke Skywalker from Star Wars

This next hero is self-explanatory. Luke Skywalker, perhaps one of the most renowned figures in pop culture, was the hope that defeated the Empire and restored peace to the galaxy in Star Wars.

It took him a time to accept his fate since he lacked confidence and experience, but his optimism and principles led to his becoming a hero and the most powerful Jedi to ever exist.