Teen Wolf: Chris Argent [ISFJ]

Functional Order: Si-Fe-Ti-Ne

Perceiving Functional Axis:

Introverted Sensing (Si) / Extroverted Intuition (Ne)

Chris is a hunter because his family trained him as one; when he meets Scott, he quickly discerns his werewolf nature by comparing his behavior and abilities to everything he knows about werewolves and decades of hunting them. He has a deep respect for the traditions he was born into, allowing the women to lead and strategize. Chris’ experiences with Scott change his mind about him, allowing him to soften toward and even side with him on multiple occasions. Chris does not put much thought into broader thinking, beyond what allowing werewolves to live would do to the natural order. He is methodical in gathering information, but also trusts his instincts – born more of experience than unfounded hunches.

Judging Functional Axis:

Extroverted Feeling (Fe) / Introverted Thinking (Ti)

Though he can set down rules and make threats, Chris is softer and more emotional than his wife, more concerned with his daughter’s emotional state and in fulfilling the needs of his family, even when it hurts him to do so. He is able to help his wife kill herself, rather than become a werewolf, and be there for her in that emotional moment. He knows how to target his daughter’s feelings to stop her from seeing Scott, as well as what threats to make to ensure Scott gets the picture. He is quick into action, but also wants to be prepared and take a calm, rational approach.

Enneagram: cp 6w5 social

Chris lives by the code, a set of ethics and morals dictated by his family dynamics, a ‘system’ he never deviates from that direct his morality; he never breaks it. He refuses to do anything he considers to be sadistic, cruel, or evil. Unlike his wife, he will give people (and teen wolves) second chances out of a sense of greater compassion and willingness to consider people on an individual basis, but his initial tendency is a social 6ish tone of them (werewolves) vs us (hunters). He has a strong loyalty to his family, and feels a strong need to protect them. He doesn’t want his daughter caught up in anything dangerous, and shows suspicion toward Scott, often coming off aggressively in how he deals with him. His 5 wing is studied, cautious, and distant. Highly logical, and even detached, yet the warmth of the 6 always bleeds through into his moral decisions.