Which MBTI type are the characters from Game of Thrones?

As you well know, I am publishing many of my MBTI articles over the next few days. I have started with four of my articles, including Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, music genres and best writing type. Now, I am going to post four articles on popular TV shows: Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad and Pretty Little Liars. First in line: Game of Thrones.


  • Eddard Stark- ISTJ
  • Catlyn Stark- ISFJ
  • Robb Stark- ESTJ
  • Jon Snow- ESFP
  • Sansa Stark- ESFJ
  • Arya Stark- ENFP
  • Bran Stark- ESTP

Other Characters:

  • Tyrion Lannister- ENTP
  • Jamie Lannister- ESTP
  • Cersei Lannister- ENFJ
  • Tywin Lannister- INTJ
  • Joffrey- ENTJ
  • Littlefinger- INTJ
  • Stannis Baratheon- ESTJ
  • Renly Baratheon- ENFP
  • King Robert Baratheon- ESTP
  • Varys- INFJ
  • Daenarys- ENFP
  • Samwell- ISFP
  • Theon- ESFP
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Hello, my name is Tim! I am an INFJ interested in psychology currently residing in Australia. My aim is to provide you with information on MBTI and how it can be related to real life situations. Enjoy :)
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20 Responses to Which MBTI type are the characters from Game of Thrones?

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  4. Davos says:

    I’m not sure about this, I’d agree on most of them but Arya strikes me as more of a thinker than a feeler I’d guess ESTP. Also Jon snow being an ESFP, where did that come from? He seems way more introverted than that. Other than that though good work.

    • tatl33 says:

      I was borderline ISFP/ESFP with Jon Snow, but he seems intune with his environment and good at adapting (aka season 3!) But Arya, I can see your point

  5. Anonymous says:

    This is some of the worst typing I’ve ever seen, especially with such developed characters as subjects.

  6. Tyler Babydoll says:

    Arya & Dany speak to me as an ENFP and remember people have shadow functions and act different under stress!

  7. xloq says:

    This list is good and I agree with most of it. However, is Stannis really an ESTJ and not an ISTJ? He seems to be more like an ISTJ to me.

    • tatl33 says:

      I guess I could see Stannis as an ISTJ. He is serious, concentrated and has that Fi more dominant (as evidnent in ISTJ’s)
      I also see him as ESTJ due to his prevalent Te, but I could see him as either

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  9. Charity says:

    Interesting typings! I have only a few contradictory ideas, which I’d like to discuss!

    Sometimes, I wonder if Catlyn is an ENFP, for the reasons that she has a bigger picture than her son does of what’s going on and usually instinctively knows if something bad is going to happen; she relies a lot on her feelings paired with intuition and cautions everyone not to do things, without really knowing why (she doesn’t want her husband leaving, her son to marry his wife, etc – it seems like Ne, which an ENFP has a lot more of than an ISFJ)?

    Jon Snow… I can see ISFP for him, but then again, he is leadership—material, and thinks before he acts, so you may be right about that.

    Sansa uses Fi – it’s all about her when she’s young; her wolf, her wants, her love for Joffrey. My guess – ISFP; she loves beautiful things, she can’t seem to get herself out of a bad situation like a J could.

    Joffrey – sociopath who goes totally on his own emotions and lives utterly in the moment. ESFP, like Caligula. No foresight, no rationality, all knee-jerk reactions.

    Stannis – I can see ISTJ, very rigid, very rule-abiding, lets Melassandre dictate to him.

    Daenarys I have a hard time with… her ability to adapt to cultures when she’s young, and her unwillingness to defy her brother implies Fe (others type her as INFJ all the time), but she really does develop an internal vision later, so yeah, I can see ENFP.

    Hope you don’t mind all my comments in a row. I just stumbled across your blog this morning and it’s a snowy Saturday at home, so… comments galore!

    • tatl33 says:

      That’s great! I love it when someone posts lots of interesting comments, especially in depth comments :) it starts an interesting discussion!
      i definitely agree with u about stannis! joffrey is an interesting thought as esfp- rather than an irrational TJ, he could very well be a disturbed hence coldhearted fp… i see where ur coming from
      catelyn im having troubles grasping… she seems very rigid and dutiful, so i find it hard to believe enfp. at the same time, i understand exactly what u mean by her use of ne… further persuade me :D

      • Charity says:

        I gave Catelyn more thought and you’re right — she’s Si-Ne; her treatment of John Snow as a child has everything to do with holding a past grudge against him — which isn’t even HIS grudge, but resentment for her husband’s infidelity, and her Ne kicks in through her desire to protect her kids. ESFJ.

        Glad you like conversation. So do I! I’ve monitored this blog for awhile (it comes up in searches when I’m looking for discussions on mbti for fictional characters) but finally got over my “why should I stick my nose in and give my opinions? this person has clearly thought about it and it’s rude to contradict them” phobia and am interacting! ;)

        • tatl33 says:

          Yay! I convinced you haha but you’ve convinced me on a few characters too so its mutual ideas flowing between us :P

          It’s great that you’ve been reading the entries. There are some older enneagram ones you might like as well as some new ones I’m publishing. Any ideas for future blog entries? A few suggestions have been about superheroes, so do you have any personal preferences?

          Yeah I love that you are interacting! I am okay with being contradicted it makes things interesting! There are a few narrow minded commenters who say everything about the article is wrong, but it’s people like you who enjoy exploring MBTI that make me want to keep discussing MBTI in every blog :)

          • Charity says:

            What do you think about Margaery Tyrell? I’m wondering if she’s ESFJ (her plan for the future is rather vague, but she gets along really well with people – Fe, but I don’t know that I see a lot of Si in her).

            On other notes: I’m slowly working my way backward in your blog. Future ideas — offhand, I don’t know. That will take some thought. Have you discussed the differences between Ne and Ni, or Se and Si yet? (I’ve recently started up a character typing tumblr — funkymbtifiction.tumblr.com, so I’m always looking for good examples to inspire me.)

          • tatl33 says:

            I see her as an ENFJ type personally. She is great with people and also seems to have Ni- she has a vague vision most likely because:
            1. sharing her vision is hard to do in King’s Landing. You have to keep that sorta stuff to yourself in GOT
            2. the plot doesn’t wanna spoil what she’s planning next- this is George R. R Martin we are talking about! :p
            3. Ni can often mean vagueness. Whereas Si is about concrete and specific examples, Ni is often hard to understand and more easily understood in the future. In other words, her vision may be unclear of how she plans to run King’s Landing, but I think we’ll find out soon.
            So I personally think she’s ENFJ. Her dominant Fe is pretty clear, and I slightly lean to Ni over Si.

            And I’ll check out your blog. It sounds interesting :)

          • Charity says:

            I can buy that. I kind of identified with her, but in the past have been accused of “claiming” characters as INFJ’s too soon! ENFJ does make sense — more so than the ESFJ some are pushing.

          • tatl33 says:

            Yeah, she’s a tough character to type, that’s for sure!

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