7+ INFP-T Anime Characters

In this article we will explore INFP-T personality type anime characters. This article will also explore the evidence of what makes them fit the INFP-T description.

INFP-T Anime Characters

Here are a few INFP-T Anime Characters:

  • Legoshi (Beast Stars)
  • Ken Kaneki (Tokyo Ghoul)
  • Nagato Uzumaki (Naruto)
  • Alphonse Elric (Fullmetal Alchemist)
  • Shigeo Kageyma  (Mob Psycho 100)
  • Armin Arlert (Attack On Titan)
  • Shinji Ikari (Neon Genesis Evangelion)
  • Hagumi Hanamoto (Honey and Clover)
  • Shōko Nishimiya (Koe no Katachi)

Legoshi (Beast Stars)

The characters in Beast Stars are animals who live, dress, and speak like humans. The story’s central idea is that they haven’t lost touch with their animalistic instincts. Legoshi, the INFP character, is a wolf. Wolves are widely regarded as one of the most fierce and vicious predators. Legoshi’s disposition, on the other hand, is far from predatory.

Legoshi is unobtrusive and easygoing. He is not one of the predators who are dominating, sadistic, or bloodthirsty. He is a vegetarian who has been demonstrated to be moderately depressed (INFP-Ts are more likely to be depressed than their Assertive counterparts) and he also follows the wishes of others like a true INFP-T. He is not ignorant and can distinguish between good and bad, but he can easily become trapped in what others drag him into, which causes him distress.

Ken Kaneki (Tokyo Ghoul)

Kaneki is an INFP through and through, making him one of the most sad yet awesome protagonists in modern fiction. He is polite and kind, with a strong desire to learn. Kaneki turns into a link between the human and ghoul worlds after transforming into a half-ghoul, as he can see and feel both.

Towards both his human and ghoul companions, he is seen to be a very kind and caring figure. He finds love with Touka Kirishima, a ghoul with whom he subsequently gets married and starts a family.

Kaneki later goes through a period of soul-searching. He wants to restore his “human” side, but he is unsure about the path he had followed to get stronger. In order to understand the events that have occurred around him since he turned into a ghoul, he begins to interrogate and seek answers from people like Uta, Yomo, and Yoshimura which is typical of an INFP-T looking into other’s opinions.

Nagato Uzumaki (Naruto)

Nagato was a sensitive child who was prone to crying (No.1 INFP-T trait) over his own and others’ tragedies. He tried to give up this tendency when he met Yahiko by adopting Yahiko’s idea that crying wouldn’t change anything, but he failed.

Jiraiya afterwards told him that his sensitivity was an asset since it enabled him to truly understand pain and, as a result, be kinder to others. Nagato was moved by this perspective, and he decided that he wanted to bear all of his friends’ suffering so that they wouldn’t have to. As self-sacrificial as an INFP-T.

Despite his past belief in Akatsuki’s ideals, Naruto Uzumaki persuades Nagato to reconsider his earlier pacifism. Naruto Uzumaki feels that the fight for peace is worth any personal sacrifice, even if it means giving his life to atone for his misdeeds This shows that he had been at war with himself like a true INFP-T.

Before being sealed away, he describes himself as the failed middle volume of Jiraiya’s trilogy. Typical INFP-T guilt, despite doing the right thing at the end he has to be self-critical to stay true to his INFP-T personality.

Alphonse Elric (Fullmetal Alchemist)

Alphonse Elric is the deuteragonist of Fullmetal Alchemist, one of the top anime series of all time. Even though Alphonse appears to be a massive guy in his heavy metal armour, he is shown to be a compassionate and level-headed man.

Alphonse is more soft-spoken and innocent than his combative elder brother, Edward. To his own detriment, he is kind, gentle, and remarkably patient, as he is shown to be empathetic toward even his enemies. He is a selfless character who is willing to risk his life for the sake of those he cares about.

Alphonse, who has lost his physical body, is also plagued by insecurities (INFP-T Alert). We see him struggle with his artificial body all through the series, and he is terrified of losing himself at some point. He not only has a likeable personality and a strong sense of morality, but he also has cats hidden under his armour. You can’t get much more INTP than this now.

Armin Arlert (Attack On Titan)

Armin Arlert is one of the protagonist’s childhood buddies. Despite being introduced as a quiet and weak kid who was repeatedly bullied, Armin is regarded as the series’ “brains.” Eren, the protagonist, is driven to seek freedom thanks to Armin’s insatiable curiosity about the outside world. Whenever his friends’ emotions get the best of them, he is very kind and compassionate and keeps both of them in line.

He can be hopeless at times, but he strives to see the world in a positive light. He still wishes to see a world where true “freedom” exists.

Armin has a major inferiority complex (more likely in INFP-T personality types) and is emotionally sensitive (don’t forget he cries easily, INFP-T ALERT), while being such a wise guy with amazing analytical ability. He may have a high level of trust in his comrades, but he regards himself as a useless individual. Self-doubt comes easier to the INFP-T personality type.

When he’s in the spotlight, he gets nervous and feels undeserving of the accolades he’s received. He has repeatedly been depicted as a person who is willing to throw his life away since he thinks of himself as ‘not good enough’. Isn’t he a true blue INFP-T?

Shinji Ikari (Neon Genesis Evangelion)

In the psychological genre, this is one of the most iconic and dramatic anime. The main characters get their say in the ongoing complex psychological drama. It’s fun to dive into their thoughts and feelings as they’re expressed in the show.

Shinji Ikari is an INFP-T who is well-known on the internet. Asuka supporters describe him as neat, laid-back, and docile, even calling him a “cry-baby” (INFP-T in other words lol). He enjoys listening to music late at night while reflecting on his day.

Shinji was unexpectedly recruited by his father, the man behind “NERV,” to pilot “Evangelion,” a robot-like machine. These Evangelions are the only ones capable of combating “Angels.” It’s a mission to save the human race.

Shinji considers the obligation to be an enormous burden. At first, he suffers from poor self-esteem (another INFP-T trait), believing that he is incapable of succeeding.

He is unconcerned with the recognition he would receive because he is aware that he is not “the chosen one.” But he is concerned with being of value to himself and, in particular, his father, which is another INFP-T trat because he cared about people’s opinions and his father’s in particular. He has a lot of complicated anxiety that needs to be dealt out and watched carefully across the show.

Hagumi Hanamoto (Honey and Clover)

If you adore the slice-of-life genre, Honey and Clover is a show you won’t want to miss. The drama in the lives of art students at college is the subject of the show. Hagu was presented as an eighteen-year-old first-year art student in the first episode. She is short in stature, with long, flowing golden hair and large eyes. Her demeanour is generally gentle and subdued. She is a quiet girl with a lot of talent.

Hagumi is a sensitive person who often gets stressed and this is what makes her a classic  INFP-T personality type. She is easily overwhelmed by a variety of external causes, and even though she doesn’t express or say much about her moping, she has always been effusive and will convey it emotionally.

Shōko Nishimiya (Koe no Katachi)

Shoko is an INFP-T through and through. Despite the fact that she has been unable to hear or talk properly since birth, she strives to see the world in a positive light. She never harboured grudges towards the male lead, Shoya, and others, despite being bullied by them as a child. She is depicted as a real good person eager to learn more about people and from them despite being shunned by them so badly.

Shoko cries like an INFP-T and even comes to view herself as a burden, and at one stage, she even considers suicide since she believes she is a pitiful human being. Many INFP-Ts can identify with her cheerful but insecure side, that’s always eager to learn more. Her heartbroken yet courageous persona is what sets her apart in this movie.

Conclusion

In this article we will explore INFP-T personality type anime characters. This article will also explore the evidence of what makes them fit the INFP-T description.

Frequently Asked Questions: INFP-T Anime Characters

What is Itachi’s personality type?

INFJ

Itachi is an INFJ.

Is Kousei’s mom bad?

Kousei’s mother is not a bad person in her own right. Kousei, on the other hand, has only dark memories of her. Saki, for example, forbids Kousei from playing with his friends and forces him to learn piano. The Negative: It’s not difficult to figure out what this memory’s negative aspect is.

What personality type is Kakashi?

Kakashi HatakeINTJ (The Strategist) 

Dominant Function: Introverted Intuition – Kakashi is incredibly target-oriented and committed. He is always considering the next move or plan to take in order to follow the optimal form of action.

Is Levi an introvert?

Levi possesses all of the characteristics of an introvert and a thinker. He is calm and collected. He doesn’t let his feelings get in the way of doing the right thing, and he despises it when others do it.

Will Mikasa kill Eren?

The final chapter verifies that he was slain — this time for real. As the dust clears, Mikasa lifts his head to Armin, who weeps with her over their loss. She then takes it off the battleground, knowing that Eren will not be given a decent burial because of the devastation he inflicted with The Rumbling.

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