We love getting requests! They allow us to focus our efforts to create articles that you want to read. However, due to the overwhelming popularity of our request list, we’re going to initiate some temporary changes while we try to catch up.
- For the time being, we will no longer accept new free requests with the exception of additions to currently requested shows/movies/series/books. For instance, if you wish to request another Marvel character, we will accept it.
- You can request characters from new shows/series/movies/books/etc. if you intend to expedite. Follow the standard procedure explained further down the page, but include your intention to expedite in the email.
At the bottom of the page, you’ll see two separate queues, one for the characters and one for theory articles. Don’t forget that you can character expedite any request if you want it published sooner! More on that down the page. Note that theory requests are not up for expedition.
Character Request Guidelines
1. We don’t accept all requests.
We reserve the right to refuse a request without offering any explanation. It takes a lot of time and effort to type characters. If the show/movie isn’t to our taste, we probably won’t accept the request. However, we recognize that no one wants to receive a rejection email, nor do they want a rejection without any explanation, so we’re going to ahead and list the two main reasons that will cause us to reject a request.
1. Prevalence of sexual or lewd content (TV-MA rated for sexuality is a guaranteed no.)
2. Horror (horror elements are fine, but pure horror is not our thing)
Otherwise, we accept requests from a variety of different mediums, including historical so if you’re unsure, just give us a shout, and we’ll let you know if we are willing to do it
2. Requests take time.
Our request queue is extremely popular, so we no longer attempt to estimate how long it’ll take to fill your request. If you’re interested, below you can read about the factors going into how long your request will take. (Note: We recognize and regret that the wait may frustrate those who have submitted requests. Until we can gain more support, this is the best we can do.)
– Queue length: For now, we only publish 2 articles a week and not all of those are character typings. (IE: If the queue has 10 characters when you submit your request, you’re going to be waiting at least 5+ weeks.) We reserve the right to fill non-expedited requests out of order, if that ends up being more time efficient or convenient.
– Which Show/Movie: Requesting a character from a series/movie already high on our queue can dramatically decrease your wait time since we tend to publish them in groups.
-Series length: Long series take a longer time developing the characters, while single movies/books or shorter shows jam in information at a much faster rate. (Note: In the case of longer series, we do not need to watch the entire thing to type a character. If we did, the queue would rarely ever progress. We analyze enough to confidently type the character, and then read Wiki summaries to double check for potential contradicting future development. If you think a particular section later on in the series is critical to take under consideration, feel free to point it out.)
– Controversy: If the character is controversial or highly debated, we take our time so we can be absolutely sure of the character’s type.
– Mood: We typically work steadily through the request queue, but sometimes we’re just not in the mood to watch anything on it. When that happens and if there are no expedited requests at that time, then we watch whatever we want.
3. Expediting Your Request
Our writers work best on coffee. 😛 If you wish to see a specific character moved to the top of our queue, Buy Us A Coffee!, and note the character’s name and series in the optional message field. (The general rule is one coffee per expedited character). However, be sure to email us first if the request is not yet on our queue. Do NOT pay to get a request expedited until we’ve confirmed that we’re able to accept the request! If we find out later that your requested character lacks enough development/information to confidently type, we will credit you a future request.
We strive to put out expedited requests in the order received. However, you are literally only paying to jump the line, and we cannot allow a single expedited requested to hold up our posting schedule. Expedited characters from long running shows may still take a substantial amount of time to type. Whereas, an expedited request from a single movie should be ready within a week or two.
These days people have been emailing in more often to request that we write informative articles on very specific aspects of the 16 types personality theory. For the longest time, we were to just taking mental notes of these requests, but they seem to be more frequent these days. SO, to let you guys know that these requests are not getting ignored, we have reorganized this page to include them. However, they will be handled separately from character requests, and thus given a separate queue. There is also no option to expedite theory-related requests at this time, and listing them in the queue does not guarantee that they will be published within a certain time frame. However, if you Buy Us A Coffee and note a specific article that you’d like to see, it’ll certainly catch our attention and encourage us in that direction.
The Request Queues
Character Request Queue
- Seven Deadly Sins – Zeldris, Estarossa (expedited) (paused)
- Marvel Cinematic Universe – Captain America, Peter Parker (expedited) (in progress)
- Maleficent (2014) – Maleficent (expedited)
- Once Upon a Time – Regina Mills (expedited)
- Marvel Cinematic Universe – Tony Stark (expedited)
- Teen Wolf – Scott Mccall, Stiles Stilinski, Lydia Martin, Theo Raeken, Derek Hale
- HunterXHunter – Chrollo Lucilfer, Leorio, Knuckle, Ging Freecss, Hisoka, Bisky, Netero, Pitou, Kite, Meruem, Pouf, Youpi, Shoot, Illumi,Genthru, Ikalgo, Meleoron, Knov, Palm, Morel, Alluka, Pariston, Cheadle, Mito
- 91 Days – Angelo Lagusa
- Marvel Cinematic Universe – Ant-Man, Loki, Dr. Strange
- Sherlock Holmes (original literature) comparative analysis with BBC Sherlock Holmes
- The Promised Neverland – Ray, Norman, and Emma
- Dragon Ball – Piccolo, Gohan, Bulma, Yamcha, Future Trunks, Krillin
- The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) – Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield)
- Into the Spiderverse – Miles Morales
- Gintama – Gintoki Sakata
- Kung Fu Panda – Tai-Lung, Shifu
- Friends – Chandler Bing
- Historical Figures – Lewis Carroll
- Persona 5 – Futaba, Makoto, Yusuke (do not expedite)
- Phoenix Wright – Phoenix Wright, Edgeworth, Godot
- Professor Layton – Professor Layton, Luke, Clive
- Pride and Prejudice – Mr. Darcy
- Hunger Games (book) – Katniss, Peeta, and Haymitch
- Death Note – Misa Amane
- Significant Figures – John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy
- Final Fantasy VII – Cloud, Tifa, Barret, Aerith, Red XIII, Cid, Cait Sith, Yuffie, Vincent, Sephiroth (do not expedite)
- Zetsuen no Tempest – Yoshino, Aika
- Akatsuki no Yona – Soo-Won
- Mathematician – Yitang Zhang
- Agents of SHIELD – Grant Ward
- My Hero Academia – Shigaraki
- Spiderman (comics) – Peter Parker, Mary Jane Watson
- Image Comics – Invincible AKA Mark Grayson, Atom Eve
- House M.D. – Gregory House
- Downton Abbey – Mary Crawley
- Assassination Classroom – Karma Akabane, Nagisa, Korosensei
- Significant Figure – Elon Musk
- Significant Figure – TSM Bjergsen (pending review)
- Classroom of the Elite – Ayanokoji Kiyotaka
- Undertale – Sans
- Re:Zero – Emilia
- Dr. Stone – Senku Ishigami, Byakuya Ishigami, Gen Asagiri, Tsukasa Shishio
- Hyouka – Oreki Houtarou, Eru Chitanda
- Gotham TV Series – Edward Nygma
- TMNT 2003 – Leatherhead
- Inazuna Eleven Go – Tsurugi Kyousuke
- How To Train Your Dragon – Hiccup
- Gravity Falls – Dipper Pines, Zues, Mable, Wendy, Grunkle Stan, Bill Cypher, Ford
- Naruto – Konan
- The Umbrella Academy (2019) – Number Five (pending review)
- 12 Monkeys (2015) – Katarina Jones (pending review)
- Attack on Titan – Eren, Armin, Levi, Zeke
- Leverage – Nathan, Sophie, Eliot, Parker, Hardison
- The Mandalorian – Din Djarin
(pending review) = we’re not sure if we’re going to accept this request yet, but it’s getting listed here so we don’t lose track of it.
1. ESFJ vs ENFP vs ENFJ
2. Inferior Function Comparisons
Breakdown like this
3. INTJ stereotypes
4. Typing Children
5. Typing Those with Neuro Differences
IE: ADHD, ASD, etc.
6. Auxiliary and tertiary function descriptions
7. Series on the Unhealthy Types