Till I find out what Jane Porter is (could toi help me? I have made a question in the réponses section), I decided to do Meg, as she is easier and I really l’amour her. The difficult thing about her is that she appears to have two personalities, the caring lover who sacrificed herself for a man and the cold chienne who likes playing with people's feelings because she's been hurt. I took plus into consideration her seconde personality, because it's the one we see for the most time of the movie.

Meg is ISTP.

Introverted: Definitely! She doesn't open to people and prefers to keep her thoughts for herself. She is plus comfortable with one-to-one communication and relationships and likes privacy. Hercules was the first person Megara trusted. Also, she's not exactly what we call friendly and social... She claims that she doesn't need anyone, but she's just too scared that she'll get hurt.

Sensing: She's a realist, she doesn't dream of finding her happy ending ou true love. She actually believes that she will always be miserable, because well, life's not fair. Her song, I won't say I'm in love, is a very good example of how she doesn't let her true feelings come to the surface. She assumes all men MUST be the same. And when she's about to make a decision, she counts on her past experience.

Thinking: She is logical and practical. She doesn't make decisions based on emotion, she didn't care for Hercules at the beginning, she didn't even care for her feelings, she just ignored them. She decided that the best thing to do was to follow the logic, if she tricked Hercules, she would be free. I know that at the end she followed her heart, but firstly, it's DISNEY, of course she would and secondly, people do crazy things when they're in love!

Perceiving: Meg is very flexible in my opinion. "I'm a damsel, I'm in distress, I can handle this." She is independent and isn't afraid of difficult circumstances, as long as she doesn't have to deal with emotions. She can easily adopt to new challenges and likes to decide for herself, she doesn't really need a hero. She loves being free and that's her main motivation to trick Hercules.

And now the general description according to the site above about ISTPs:
Tolerant and flexible, quiet observers until a problem appears, then act quickly to find workable solutions. Analyze what makes things work and readily get through large amounts of data to isolate the core of practical problems. Interested in cause and effect, organize facts using logical principles, value efficiency.

I think it fits Meg. If toi think I'm wrong, please explain to me why in the comments. :)

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