Functional Order: Te-Si-Ne-Fi
Judging Functional Axis:
Extroverted Thinking (Te) / Introverted Feeling (Fi)
Prudence is the undisputed queen of her “sisters.”
She gives orders and expects others to obey them. She can also put aside her
personal differences with Sabrina, to work toward a common goal (her enjoyment
of “torturing human boys” overcomes her anti-Sabrina bias, to get revenge for
them tormenting Sabrina’s friends; later, Prudence works with her to find out
the truth behind her being chosen as the Sacrifice, and then decides to stand
back from the honor, to keep her life and thwart Lady Blackwood’s attempts to
kill her). This shows detachment, the ability to work with others toward a common
goal, without personal feelings getting in the way, of which she has a few.
Prudence does not share her feelings, but she shows low Fi vulnerability when
interacting with her father (and clear hurt, when she sees him devaluing her); she
has formed a strong bond with him, which increases once she knows her true
parentage. She also has strong feelings about witches, and right and wrong (in
terms of others being wrong for killing witches and taking their land, which is
her beef with Sabrina’s boyfriend).
Perceiving Functional Axis:
Introverted Sensing (Si) / Extroverted Intuition (Ne)
Prudence tends to value her own experiences with people, but also liken herself to witches in general throughout history; she does not deviate from any of the longstanding traditions of the school, and carries over a subjective bias toward Sabrina because she is half-human and therefore undesirable in her mind; her studies have taught her this. Her prejudices are all built up of traditional witch prejudices toward humans. She desperately wants approval and recognition within witch ranks, but believes the only way she can do this is to be “chosen” by Satan to be the Sacrifice – to step into the shoes of a witch that has come before her, and honor herself with her own death. Prudence does not think about the wider implications of this, or who might be behind her being chosen, until Sabrina raises the possibility that Lady Blackwood might want her out of the way, if she’s Lord Blackwood’s bastard daughter. Then, her Ne latches onto and shows interest in the idea (someone else’s explanation) and she opens her mind to the possibility of changing her focus.
Enneagram: 3w4 social
Prudence is all about how she comes across; she likes others to see her as powerful, as unemotional, as in charge. She actively fights to keep her role as queen bee, and admits that her greatest desire has always been for the devil to choose her to be the Sacrifice. Even though it means dying, she frame it in a positive, glorious light (to go be with him and be part of all witches everywhere, for all eternity). It is only when Sabrina challenges this, and poses another possibility (“What if there is none of that? What if you are just… dead?”) that her doubts start to creep in. She wants the other witches to admire her. Her 4 wing brings in a sense of elitism and individuality. She cannot imagine, unlike Sabrina, having “nothing to believe in.” She believes in the Church of the Dark, in Satan, in their traditions, and cannot imagine otherwise.