you are wrong,twilight sparkle is INTP,applejack is ESTJ,rainbow dash is ESTP,pinkie pie is ENFP and rarity is ENFJ.
While this certainly is interesting, I'm not taking it at face value. A lot of the characterizations given in your chart I feel could fit better somewhere else. Of course psychology can be a bit subjective, but I think my views remain unchanged by this chart. I'd rather have tangible examples or explanations of why I'm wrong as opposed to someone else's broad sweeping generalizations (though it was probably researched and watered down a little for the purposes of making a nice table like that).
For Twilight Sparkle, I said she was a J
as opposed to P
to emphasize her shadow function. Information
are heavily interrelated with respect to logical processes, so there exists a dominant, auxiliary, tertiary, and inferior(shadow) function, which basically are ideas of what values are the most commonly used by someone. Here a J
emphasizes extroverted intuition
(EI) as the shadow function as opposed to extroverted feeling
. I say this because Twilight Sparkle seems to be extremely straightforward in how she gathers information and how she understands things. Her decisions however, while still heavily reliant on her logic, can be swayed by her friends and she can be convinced to accept things, even if she can't understand it (Feeling Pinkie Keen)
ISTPs also tend to not hold strict goals and rules, and we all know how much Twilight loves her checklists. Their source of conflict often comes from defying authority, whether unintentionally or to release tension that they feel was put on them "unfairly" by rules and regulations. They tend to be more flexible than ISTJs.
So THAT'S my thoughts for Twilight Sparkle.
For Applejack, I will admit that whether she is an E
or an I
is debatable. She is in general a very moderate pony with few exterme personality leanings. Applejack usually does end up being second pony in command from Twilight Sparkle out of the Mane 6, but I'd argue that that comes from being more tempered and cool than the others. For N
, I again refer to the Rarity-Applejack dynamic from the sleepover on their interpretations of proper social action. For T
, I again refer to Rainbow Dash-Applejack, and note that F
eelers tend to be more empathic than say the hot headed Rainbow Dash, who quickly analyzes a situation and makes a fast decision. For J
, refer to the dominant/shadow function argument.
For Rainbow Dash, on N
, I will argue that her decisions, while she makes her decisions based more on logic than feelings, where she gets her premises from (Information
) is probably more based in intuition
. Something more naturalistic and quick for her.
Pinkie Pie: For P
, you could say that she often overextends herself in terms of responsibility and that she is a P
(Baby Cakes). Her overextension as we see can cause physical and mental anxiety, but I'd argue more that she is a J
. Her conflicts lead to not a loss of her identity as a person, but rather a dissociation from stressful situations in order to hide the truth from oneself (Party of One supports this strongly). In Party of One, her failure to please her friends and make them happy (source of stress) leads her to go pretty crazy. And there is also the shadow function argument which is still valid.
And last but not least, for Rarity, ENFJ
fits her perhaps a bit vaguely. We have seen that she can lose sight of her own interests (Art of the Dress) due to her need to help others, but contradicting this, we see her take on her own interests at the expense of Twilight Sparkle's dress (Sweet and Elite). She still feels bad about it of course, and Rarity is probably the one I had trouble with the most, with her psyche being the most complex (as is fitting for a mare like her I guess : P). However, she can be quite logical in how she gathers information and she tries not to show emotion, though when it comes out it is very strong (Sisterhooves Social, her and Sweetie Belle). Again, the dynamic between Applejack and Rarity and how they make decisions on dealing with people contrast nicely in this episode. ENFJ
is also uncomfortably close to Pinkie's personality in your given chart (and an exact match in my book) and I doubt many would say that Rarity is just a milder version of Pinkie Pie. Or maybe you would. But I wouldn't.
Hope this cleared things up a little and clarifies my justifications a little more.