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ENFJ - The Genie Archetype

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ENFJ Personality Type, Genie Archetype
ENFJ Personality Type

The Genie Archetype

Vitality (E), Wit (N) Charisma (F) and Initiative (J)

The Genie, the wish-granting race. Known to offer plenty cheer, enthusiasm, and gifts to those who have proven themselves worthy.

Classes

Bard
Wizard
Priest
Druid

Elements

Earth - Steadiness
Air - Influence
Fire - Dominance
Water - Conscience

Description of The Genie

The Genie race is one of the four magical races, alongside Elves, Avatars and Fairies. They represent energy and potential and tend to possess the power of inspiration and influence. They can use this to bring out the potential of any person and to make it real.

They often show a proficiency for spellcasting and tend to have a head good suited for study and focus. This helps them memorise and cast long-range, large scale spells that require long focus and careful planning.

They are often highly attuned to nature and possess the gift of transformation. They can use this to change the nature of something and to transform themselves or others in some way or form.

ENFJ - The Genie Archetype

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