Novel planning – Characters: Wilder Avery

Today I’ll be sharing my second character, Wilder Avery. I’m using the same Myers-Brigg Personality Tester again. It will be in the same format as Elaina’s was. If you’re interested in learning about Wilder, keep reading ūüôā

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Wilder is a black, British guy who has a chiseled jawline and prominent cheekbones. His eyes are golden brown and like the first picture, he has slightly arched eyebrows. Like the second picture, he has a little stubble on his chin and along the jawline. Also, as the two pictures above, Wilder looks older and younger at the same time.

  1. You are almost never late for your appointments: yes
  2. You like to be engaged in an active and fast-paced job: no
  3. You enjoy having a wide circle of acquaintances: yes
  4. You feel involved when watching TV soaps:¬†uncertain (because he doesn’t watch them)
  5. You are usually the first to react to a sudden event: the telephone ringing or unexpected question: yes
  6. You feel that the world is founded on compassion: uncertain
  7. You think that everything in the world is relative: no
  8. Strict observance of the established rules is likely to prevent attaining a good outcome: no
  9. It is difficult to get you excited: no
  10. When making a decision, you rely more on your feelings than on analysis of the situation: yes
  11. You often think about humankind and its destiny: yes
  12. You believe the best decision is one that can easily be changed: yes
  13. You often ponder the root cause of phenomena and things: no
  14. You prefer to act immediately rather than speculate about various options: YES
  15. You trust reason rather than feelings: yes
  16. You are inclined to rely more on improvisation than on prior planning: YES
  17. You spend your leisure time actively socializing with a group of people, attending parties, shopping, etc.: no
  18. You usually plan your actions in advance: no
  19. Your actions are frequently influenced by your emotions: YES
  20. You are a person somewhat reserved and distant in communication: no
  21. You know how to put every minute of your time to good purpose: yes
  22. You often contemplate the complexity of life: no
  23. After prolonged socializing you feel you need to get away and be alone: yes
  24. You often do jobs in a hurry: yes
  25. You easily see the general principle behind specific occurrences: no
  26. You frequently and easily express your feelings and emotions: no
  27. You find it difficult to speak loudly: no
  28. You get bored if you have to read theoretical books: no
  29. You tend to sympathize with other people: yes
  30. You value justice higher than mercy: yes
  31. You rapidly get involved in the social life of a new workplace: yes
  32. The more people you speak to, the better you feel: yes
  33. You tend to rely on experience rather than theoretical alternatives: yes
  34. As a rule, you proceed only when you have a clear and detailed plan: no
  35. You easily empathize with the concerns of other people: no
  36. Often you prefer to read a book than go to a party: no
  37. When with a group of people, you enjoy being directly involved and being at the center of attention: yes
  38. You are more inclined to experiment than to follow familiar approaches: yes
  39. You are strongly touched by the stories about people’s troubles: no
  40. Deadlines seem to you to be of relative rather than absolute importance: yes
  41. You prefer to isolate yourself from outside noises: no
  42. It is essential for you to try things with your own hands: YES
  43. You think almost everything can be analyzed: no
  44. For you, no surprises is better than surprises Рgood or bad: yes
  45. You take pleasure in putting things in order: no
  46. You feel at ease in a crowd: yes
  47. You have good control of your desires and temptations: yes
  48. You easily understand new theoretical principles: yes
  49. You usually place yourself nearer to the side than in the center of the room: no
  50. When solving a problem you would rather follow a familiar approach than seek a new one: no
  51. A thirst for adventure is something close to your heart: YES
  52. When considering a situation you pay more attention to the current situation and less to a possible sequence of events: yes
  53. When solving a problem you consider the rational approach to be the best: uncertain
  54. You find it difficult to talk about your feelings: yes
  55. Your decisions are based more on the feeling of a moment than on the thorough planning: yes
  56. You prefer to spend your leisure time alone or relaxing in a tranquil atmosphere: yes
  57. You feel more comfortable sticking to conventional ways: no
  58. You are easily affected by strong emotions: no
  59. You are always looking for opportunities: YES
  60. As a rule, current preoccupations worry you more than your future plans: yes
  61. It is easy for you to communicate in social situations: yes
  62. You rarely deviate from your habits: no
  63. You willingly involve yourself in matters which engage your sympathies: no
  64. You easily perceive various ways in which events could develop: yes
  65. Age: 19
  66. Gender: Male

Wilder is an ESTP:

Extravert (25%) Sensing (1%) Thinking (6%) Perceiving (9%)

  • You have¬†moderate preference of Extraversion over Introversion
  • You have¬†marginal¬†or no preference of Sensing over Intuition
  • You have¬†slight preference of Thinking over Feeling
  • You have¬†slight preference of Perceiving over Judging

The Doer

  • primary mode of living is focused externally via the five senses
  • secondary mode of living is internal, as things are rationally and logically dealt with
  • outgoing, enthusiastic, and excitable
  • lives in a world of action
  • blunt and straight forward risk-taker
  • lives in the present
  • has an uncanny ability to perceive people’s attitudes and motivations
  • the very few types that can pick up on little cues such as facial expressions
  • has a “do it and get on with it” attitude when something needs to be done
  • tend to have their own strong beliefs in what’s right and wrong in which they doggedly stick to their principles
  • has a strong flair for drama and style
  • fast-moving, fast-talking people who have an appreciation for the finer things in life
  • usually very good at story-telling and improvising
  • typically makes things up as they go along instead of following a plan
  • loves to have fun and is fun to be around
  • can sometimes be hurtful to others without realizing as they generally don’t know/care about the affect their words have on others
  • not that they don’t care about people, but their decision-making process doesn’t involve taking others’ feelings into account
  • decisions are made based on facts and logic
  • their least developed area is their intuitive side
  • doesn’t trust their intuition and is suspicious of other’s intuitions as well
  • often has trouble in school
  • gets bored with classes they feel they won’t gain useful material from
  • may be brilliantly intelligent, but school is a difficult chore for them
  • needs to keep moving so careers where they are not restricted or confined will be¬†more suitable
  • will become stifled and unhappy dealing with routine chores
  • has the ability to motivate others to excitement and action with their own excitement
  • has extraordinary talents for getting things started, but not so good with following through
  • practical, observant, fun-loving, and spontaneous

Again, this is purely for my own reference, but if you join in on this series then I would love to learn about your characters as well! Leave a link in the comments if you decide to ūüôā

Have a great day,
Ember ‚ô•


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