Teen Wolf: Victoria Argent [ENTJ]

Functional Order: Te-Ni-Se-Fi

Judging Functional Axis:

Extroverted Thinking (Te) / Introverted Feeling (Fi)

Victoria isn’t afraid to call the shots, to take matters into her own hands, or to be the leader of the wolf-hunting pack. She always chooses the most objective, tactically-advantageous, immediate and logical solution to any problem, which sometimes means flat out killing anyone who gets in her way. She doesn’t hesitate to act. Though Victoria desperately wants to tell Allison what is going to happen, she can’t find the right words and accepts her daughter’s brush-offs in the hours before the full moon rises; she laments that she must die, but hates that her suicide will be seen as “weak.” Her relationship with her husband is highly emotional for both, but she is far less inclined to show her feelings on the surface, or to admit to them (inferior Fi).

Perceiving Functional Axis:

Introverted Intuition (Ni) / Extroverted Sensing (Se)

She senses more about her daughter than she lets on, and knows her better than Allison believes she does; her mind quickly leaps forward and forms an idea of what she wants to do in a situation, or what the future holds, and she shifts toward that end (her desire to kill Scott, and her intention to not let the full moon transform her into the thing she hates). Her knee-jerk reactions (such as trying to kill Scott) inevitably kill her; Victoria rushes into action, to confront situations in very physical, very hands on ways (slicing open her arm to get in to see Melissa McCall, summoning Scott to the office and discreetly threatening him by sharpening pencils, luring him into a trap and trying to poison him with wolfsbane, etc).

Enneagram: 8w9 social

Victoria is fearless, willing to buck authority and take charge; she wants her daughter to be just as ruthless, courageous, and strong as she is. She sneers when her husband suggests she take “pills” to commit suicide after a bite; she prefers to do it with a knife, dying dramatically the same way she lived – all in. She shows resistance toward growing toward 2, only admitting her deeper feelings when she’s about to die. Her stress points are to become analytical and distrustful (8 moving to 5) and then react with hypocritical methods (7 moving to 1) by eliminating the threat. Her 9 wing can be detached and numbing. She isn’t hedonistic or pleasure-seeking, like Kate (an sx/so 8w7).