Introverted, perceptive, emotionally focused, and intuitive individuals are known as INFPs. According to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), there are 16 distinct personality profiles that make up the human population. Characters with INFP traits in anime are known for their fairness, generosity, selflessness, and loyalty. No matter where they are in society, they will seek to effect change, and they will be willing to give their lives if it means bringing about that change.
1. Gaara (Naruto)
Gaara, the Kazekage of the secret sand town, is at the top of the list because he exemplifies the INFP personality type. At an earlier age in the Naruto series, he is shown as a sweet and gentle kid. Gaara was shunned by his fellow villagers and turned into a heartless killer once they discovered the tailed beast locked inside of him.
Gaara’s redemptive journey led to him becoming his village’s chief and a close confidant of Naruto. Whenever necessary, he was willing to give his life for him. He is a reserved individual who rarely speaks except around his brothers and Naruto, or when compelled to do so by the needs of his tribe. He’s not quite a wallflower, but he rarely opens his mouth unless he absolutely has to.
2. Alphonse Elric (Fullmetal Alchemist)
As a caring and optimistic person, Al tries to assist everyone he meets. A moral compass and a soft heart lead him on his mission, and he frequently serves as Edward’s vocal conscience. Many INFPs identify with Al because of his honesty and his willingness to look out for others. Al is the type of person who can’t bear to see anyone in pain and will always try to alleviate it if he can. In fact, he once used his armour to shield a few strays from injury.
Al is a really good person who tries to be of assistance to everyone he encounters. His moral compass is firmly set by his upbringing, and he frequently serves as Edward’s vocal conscience throughout their voyage. Intuitively, many INFPs can relate to Al’s trustworthy and protective demeanour. Al’s natural tendency is to aid people in distress. In fact, he once concealed a few strays within his armour to keep them safe.
3. Kaneki Ken (Tokyo Ghoul)
4. Shizuki Tsukishima (Whisper of the Heart)
Shizuku Tsukishima is an imaginative free spirit who follows her heart and her dreams. She, like many other INFPs, is a voracious reader who checks out stacks of fantasy novels from the library. Those who are also INFPs will understand her tendency toward distraction and the depth of her internal experience. As they reflect on their own experiences as teenagers, readers will likely find common ground with her.
5. Levy McGarden (Fairy Tail)
Levy McGarden is an upbeat and generous person who always does what she thinks is right. She is a typical INFP in that she has a deep appreciation for literature and forms strong bonds with people over a mutual love of reading. Levy’s ability to forgive her early serial antagonist, Gajeel Redfox, despite his torment, is emblematic of her remarkable capacity to find good in even the cruelest of individuals. Rather than forming snap judgments based on outer appearances and conduct, she seeks to learn more about the individuals she meets.
6. Mitsuha Miyazumi (Your Name)
Mitsuha’s desire to see the world beyond her rural hometown is a common sentiment among INFPs. Mitsuha is the type of person who, rather than staying in her comfort zone, would instead get out and gain new experiences and perspectives. When she learns she may trade her soul for someone else’s, her wish comes true. Miyamizu is an instant hit with INFPs because of her nurturing, empathetic, and dreamy personality.
7. Yamaguchi (Haikyu)
From the volleyball anime series Haikyu comes the character Yamaguchi. He currently serves as a replacement for the Karasuno High School squad. Yamaguchi puts forth a lot of effort despite his lack of playing experience and his recognition that his talent level is below that of his teammates. Even when practising for his position, the “floater serve,” is over, he continues to work on it.
As he learns and eventually succeeds in helping a once-terrified boy overcome his phobia of exposing his, he pays a visit to a former volleyball star for advice. Except for one teammate, he gets along well with everyone and keeps to himself. Yamaguchi has been there for him whenever he has felt low, questioned his abilities, or experienced frustration.
8. Hinata (Naruto)
You have undoubtedly seen Hinata if you have been watching Naruto. She is portrayed as a peacemaker who is overly empathetic and avoids confrontation at all costs. Like most of her people, Hinata prefers to keep to herself. We also get a glimpse of her internal battle as she remembers the awful trauma she had as a child. There’s zero doubt in our minds that she’s an INFP.
9. Light Yagami (Death Note)
Yagami is a brilliant young man who has never failed a test in high school or college. He wished for the extinction of all criminals because of his hatred for them. When he discovers a mysterious book with the power to murder anyone whose name is written in it, his adventure as a deity who kills those responsible for terrible atrocities begins.
Since then, the general populace has referred to him as Kira and views him as a defender of justice. But some opposed him and sought his elimination. Now that he’s part of the team hunting him down—alongside the Greatest Detective ‘L’—the psychological cat-and-mouse game gets going. Both geniuses utilize their brains to play a game of tug of war to determine who Kira is, but L is convinced that Light is Kira while Light is confident that L is not.
10. Killer (One Piece)
A killer is an imposingly built, stoic, and reticent man. Furthermore, he is a pirate who is extremely loyal to his captain, loved ones, and friends. He’s notoriously secretive but never with his thoughts.
He is the type of person who can remain cool and collected under pressure. And he relies on those closest to him when the going gets rough.
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