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Not A Lurker Anymore
I agree with rational instead of irrational
I used to think SLI, and even though that's not necessarily "the best fit", I can't see LSI either.
Even though Orcs are strict, they kinda don't care about implementing a STATIC structure in their people.
They are only strict only because they want everyone and everything to work in a elegant and objective way, not because of some sort of rigid agenda that has been passed down for many generations.
Just compare them to the Altmer.
Altmer's are known for their natural refinement of culture(Ti) and strong-willed pursuit of ideology(Se).
Orcs are known for their pragmatic specialties(Te) appended to a focus on convenience and physical things(Si).
Their strong value of "quality" and focus on "functionality and efficiency"(which imo is supplied by their Te and Si) is what makes them the best blacksmiths and warriors.
2020-04-21 08:34:22pm (post #8100)
BasedGOD ESTP 8w9 SLE|
Supreme Cock Leader
They abide by their own rules and code of conduct. Seems like Ti to me
2020-04-19 03:48:15am (post #8030)
Smaller version of my original reply just like I did with the High Elves, I did not know about that thing about killing their fathers to become chiefs, even then that is only the chiefs of the strongholds I believe, not the vast majority of the orcs, I cannot see orcs as Ti users because they don't seem to care about a belief system or ideology, they are very passive to what is going on in Skyrim and do not really care about the political sphere, such "I don't care" attitude we see in the majority of the orcs in the game makes me think of SLI, since I do not see Se value but Se as a strong function, that general cultural aspect can fit delta, the tradition part can be put into value for Fi, it is not core to the majority of the elves, I do agree they would fit Ij better than Ip in socionics terms, but I do not see value in Se (only the leaders of the strongholds, or some members), Ni, or even Ne, but I do believe the lack of ideology and general beliefs other than internal traditional ones probably coming from hierarchy which can be just seen as "let's just accept that and move on" since it does not directly involve the majority of the people.
2020-04-18 04:38:43pm (post #8027)
Amazing, I made two decently big comments in the form of replies and they went to oblivion, amazing.
2020-04-18 04:27:20pm (post #8023)
2020-04-18 04:24:51pm (post #8022)
Vindicator Phoenix INFJ 9w1 so/sx EII-Ne|
I'm blackballing SLI. You could argue that a dislike, of strangers, respresents PoLR Fe. However, killing one's own father, to supersede him, as a chief, simply isn't Delta. Orcs are also strict, better befitting Rationality (j).
Skyrim's Orcs, particularly the stronghold dwellers, consecrate tradition and strength (IJ Temperament; valued Se).
Both the ESI and LSI remain, as candidates, but an LSI would more likely kill one's father, to abide by a collectivized code (Ti, Se).
ESIs are better known for: self-defense and protecting friends/family. I thereby conclude that LSI best correlates with Orc syntality and ideology.
2020-04-18 02:26:10pm (post #8019)