Myers-Briggs® Personality Types Of Supernatural Villains

Supernatural might be the most successful fantasy television show to ever air on television. The fact that it has reached its 14th season and shows no signs of slowing down speaks wonders for the story of two brothers who set out to hunt down and eliminate demons to save people's lives -- all while being caught in the middle of a battle between Heaven and Hell.

What makes the show so great isn't just the cool monsters that Sam and Dean Winchester hunt every week. The big story is the entire conflict between angels and demons -- where both sides have their fair share of villains. With so many charismatic bad guys on the show, here is a look at the Myers-Briggs® types of the Supernatural villains to see where their personalities rest.


Myers Briggs Personality Types Of Supernatural Villains

One would think that the eldest archangel from Heaven would be a good guy. One would think wrong. Michael might be worse than even his brother, the fallen angel Lucifer. He ended up battling the Winchester clan in his goal of finally facing his brother in a battle that could destroy the world.

Michael is easily the Mastermind when it comes to the Myers-Briggs® types of the Supernatural villains. He is sufficient and cunning and prefers to work alone to achieve his goals. He also is a master at developing and executing his plans and hates failure.

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Myers Briggs Personality Types Of Supernatural Villains

While Michael was manipulative and deceitful and very evil at his core, he was still no Lucifer. It doesn't get much more evil than Satan himself. What is crazy about Supernatural is that they really gave Lucifer a storyline that showed that he believed he was in the right and was trying to do what was best for the world.

Lucifer is a Campaigner -- a man who creates his own methods and chooses to ignore everything that is -- instead, plotting how he feels things should be. He mostly does everything based on emotions and refuses to live inside a box -- preferring to create his own world.

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Myers Briggs Personality Types Of Supernatural Villains

Eve is the mother of all monsters. She not only created the Alpha version of every demon that inflicts harm onto the world but she can control them and see through them. She is older than angels and is one of the most powerful villains the Winchesters ever faced.

As the creator of all demons, Eve is clearly the Architect Myers-Briggs® personality type. Much like Michael, Eve is a mastermind and a creator -- someone who works alone and creates things based on her own ideas and theories. This is scary because her strategies involve creating things like the Khan Worm.

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Myers Briggs Personality Types Of Supernatural Villains

Crowley was not just one of Sam and Dean Winchester's most dangerous villains, but he was also arguably the most popular with the fans. The former King of Hell has helped and hurt the brothers many times over the years. He is also charming and very funny, always a highlight when he appears on the show.

When it comes to the Myers-Briggs® personality type for this Supernatural villain, he easily fits in the Commander role. He is a natural born leader who sees any challenge in front of him as an opportunity to succeed. He is someone who takes control and never stops.


Myers Briggs Personality Types Of Supernatural Villains

There are a lot of Supernatural fans who hated the Leviathans, but their leader Dick Roman was one of the toughest villains for the boys to conquer. He was an Alpha and very smart, plus the vessel he chose was someone very high in power in the world of big business -- making him hard to touch.

As this leader, it is easy to see him as the Executive personality type. Yes, these were very scary monsters that ate worlds, but under Roman, they planned to conquer America through big business, where they were happy to help people, which in turn made these people their food.


Myers Briggs Personality Types Of Supernatural Villains

Meg did some very bad things in her lifetime. She is the "daughter" of Azazel and hurt more people close to the Winchester brothers than almost anyone. Despite all this, the brothers let her live because she actually came in handy helping them over the years. What makes her character so ironic is that she perished doing a good deed.

As a Myers-Briggs® personality type, Meg is a Doer. She is someone who gets things done using logical thinking and reasoning but also tends to make decisions based on her emotions. She had no need for abstract theories and jumped into action without thinking too much about it.

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Myers Briggs Personality Types Of Supernatural Villains

When Sam and Dean first met the archangel Gabriel, he was posing as the trickster god Loki. As a villain, he was antagonistic but never really harmful to the Winchester boys. What he did, he claimed to be because he was trying to teach them a lesson. He was also very funny and the episodes with him as the antagonist were very humorous.

He is a Performer and an entertainer at heart. He likes to capture everyone's attention and is both fun and lively -- often the center of attention. A Performer is also generally concerned for the well-being of others, which explains his protection of the boys through the years.


Myers Briggs Personality Types Of Supernatural Villains

Metatron was not supposed to be a bad guy. He was the scribe for God and knew more than just about anyone thanks to his knowledge of writing the Word. That means that when he decided he was going to take over Heaven, he was one of the real threats to the throne once God left.

It worked for a time, as he booted all the angels from Heaven and then made the mistake of battling the Winchester brothers. He fits the trait of the Idealist the best. He is an introvert who prefers not to talk but instead sits back and plans in silence. He looks for deeper meaning and lives through his own fantasies, which is probably why he thought that clearing out Heaven was a good idea.

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Myers Briggs Personality Types Of Supernatural Villains

When the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse showed it, things looked bleak for the world of Supernatural. However, at the end of the day, three of these beings were not that hard to defeat and the only one who really stood tall was Death -- someone who seemed to always know what was coming and was ready to do what was needed to continue to evolve with the world.

Death is the Thinker. He is an introvert and prefers to be left alone. With that said, he is also probably the most logical minded character on the show, always seeing the big picture and doing what needs to be done to move forward. He is quick to pick up on someone lying and uses his creative genius to always remain one step ahead.

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Myers Briggs Personality Types Of Supernatural Villains

Ruby might not have possessed the powers of stronger demons, but she had one thing going for her. She lived in Sam's head and got him to do just about anything she needed to achieve her plans. She came between Sam and Dean and then used him to ensure that Lucifer was set free.

When it comes to the Myers-Briggs® personality type of Supernatural villains, Ruby was the Craftsman. She played Sam like a fiddle and fractured his relationship with Dean in the process. The Craftsman is also someone who is able to hide who they really are from those around them, which fits Ruby to a tee.

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