Director - ESTJ

Game: Call of Duty.
Disney movie: Toy Story.
Fictional Character: Hermione Granger (Harry Potter).
Fictional Antagonist: Dolores Umbridge (Harry Potter).
90s song: Big Poppa - Notorious B.I.G.
Book genre: Political, legal, military thrillers.
As the Party Animal: Completely taken aback by the Agent's. However, being the co-host along with the Appraiser, decides to sit in a corner and calculate the loss.

by B. Collie

Developer - ENTJ

Game: League of Legends.
Disney movie: Jungle Book.
Fictional Character: Leia Skywalker (Star Wars).
Fictional Antagonist: Negan (The Walking Dead).
90s song: Larger Than Life - Backstreet Boys
Book genre: Personal development.
As the Party Animal: Gambling with the drunk Results, relieving them off their money.







by G. Shepherd

Results - ESTP

Game: Grand Theft Auto V.
Disney movie: Hercules.
Fictional Character: Thor (Thor).
Fictional Antagonist: Gaston (Beauty and the Beast).
90s song: Vulgar Display of Power - Pantera.
Book genre: Adventure.
As the Party Animal: Completely drunk and broke. Winking at the Appraiser every now and then.





by J. Russell

Inspirational - ENTP

Game: The Witcher 3.
Disney movie: Robin Hood.
Fictional Character: Deadpool (Deadpool).
Fictional Antagonist: The Joker (Batman).
90s song: Chop Suey! - System of a Down.
Book genre: Humour, satire.
As the Party Animal: Multitasking as usual. Debating with the Perfectionist and flirting with the Investigator.






by B. Terrier

Persuader - ENFJ

Game: Life Is Strange.
Disney movie: The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Fictional Character: Moana (Moana).
Fictional Antagonist: Hans (Frozen).
90s song: Semi-Charmed Life - Third Eye Blind.
Book genre: Religion, spirituality, new age.
As the Party Animal: Openly making out with the Achiever after having a huge fight.








by T. Boxer

Appraiser - ESFJ

Game: The Sims.
Disney movie: Snow White.
Fictional Character: Molly Weasley (Harry Potter).
Fictional Antagonist: Regina George (Mean Girls).
90s song: Always Be My Baby - Mariah Carey.
Book genre: Romance.
As the Party Animal: The host, trying to flirt with the Results.










by G. Dane

Promoter - ENFP

Game: Little Big Planet.
Disney movie: The Lion King.
Fictional Character: Holly Golightly (Breakfast at Tiffany’s).
Fictional Antagonist: The High Sparrow (Game of Thrones).
90s song: Wish You Were Here - Incubus.
Book genre: Travel memoir.
As the Party Animal: Doing something unexpected in the washroom with the Enhancer and gets caught by the Perfectionist. Joins in with the Counselor, who is sitting with the now passed out Specialist.

by G. Retriever

Counselor - ESFP

Game: Dance Dance Revolution.
Disney movie: The Little Mermaid.
Fictional Character: Ariel (The Little Mermaid).
Fictional Antagonist: Harley Quinn (Batman).
90s song: Brandy & Monica - The Boy is Mine.
Book genre: Bildungsroman.
As the Party Animal: Pressurising the Agent and the Specialist to join in for a drinking contest.







by A. Poodle

Specialist - ISFP

Game: Ori and the Blind Forest.
Disney movie: Bambi.
Fictional Character: Harry Potter (Harry Potter).
Fictional Antagonist: Darth Maul (Star Wars).
90s song: Time of Your Life - Green Day.
Book genre: Art, photography, graphic novels.
As the Party Animal: Looks at the Persuader making out. Immediately decides to join in with the Counselor.



by S. Bernard

Investigator - INFJ

Game: Journey.
Disney movie: Pocahontas.
Fictional Character: Dumbledore (Harry Potter).
Fictional Antagonist: Melisandre (Game of Thrones).
90s song: You Oughtta Know - Alanis Morrisette.
Book genre: Fantasy.
As the Party Animal: Sitting and giggling every time the Inspirational makes a corny joke. Definitely drunk.



by G. Hound

Agent - INFP

Game: Animal Crossing.
Disney movie: Alice in Wonderland.
Fictional Character: Cloud Strife (Final Fantasy VII).
Fictional Antagonist: Gollum (Lord of the Rings).
90s song: Bjork - It’s Oh So Quiet.
Book genre: Poetry.
As the Party Animal: Confused as to whether to join the Counselor or to bash up the Director for insulting them last night. Decides to do both and then passes out.

by A. Tibetan

Achiever - ISTP

Game: Assassin’s Creed.
Disney movie: Peter Pan.
Fictional Character: Logan/Wolverine (X-Men).
Fictional Antagonist: Clayton (Tarzan).
90s song: Stan - Eminem.
Book genre: Western.
As the Party Animal: Very proud for making out of with the long-time crush. Of course! Sufficiently drunk but not enough to freak out.








by H. Bassett

Practitioner - ISFJ

Game: Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland.
Disney movie: 101 Dalmatians.
Fictional Character: Samwise Gamgee (Lord of the Rings)
Fictional Antagonist: Narcissa Malfoy (Harry Potter).
90s song: I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing - Aerosmith.
Book genre: Historical fiction.
As the Party Animal: Drinking and crying. Realises that they might be single forever.





by A. Malamute

Objective Thinker - ISTJ

Game: Portal.
Disney movie: Mulan.
Fictional Character: Spock (Star Trek).
Fictional Antagonist: Darth Vader (Star Wars).
90s song: Paula Cole - Where Have All The Cowboys Gone?
Book genre: History, biography.
As the Party Animal: Drunk. Blabbering facts they had learned for the final examinations to the Practitioner and the Appraiser.






by B. Mountain

Perfectionist - INTP

Game: Mass Effect.
Disney movie: Sword in the Stone.
Fictional Character: Neo (The Matrix).
Fictional Antagonist: Smaug (The Hobbit).
90s song: Window Licker - Aphex Twin.
Book genre: Science fiction, fantasy.
As the Party Animal: Surprisingly energetic. Fighting with the Inspirational as if it is the last time. Suddenly realises that the Enhancer is missing and goes searching. Finds the Enhancer doing something unexpected in the washroom with the Promoter.

by P. Illon

Enhancer - INTJ

Game: Fire Emblem.
Disney movie: The Great Mouse Detective.
Fictional Character: Walter White (Breaking Bad).
Fictional Antagonist: The Architect (The Matrix).
90s song: Schism - Tool.
Book genre: Mystery.
As the Party Animal: Doing something unexpected in the washroom with the Promoter and gets caught by the Perfectionist. Ends up finishing a bottle in embarrassment. Passes out.






by A. Ghan


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