[Jayfeather, Hollyleaf, and Lionblaze look up as they walk side by side]

Enneagram Types of Lionblaze, Jayfeather, and Hollyleaf by Eaglefrost

Eaglefrost introduces enneagrams and assigns enneagram types to the Power of Three littermates.

[Jayfeather, Hollyleaf, and Lionblaze look up as they walk side by side]
Official art by Wayne McLoughlin
[Jayfeather, Hollyleaf, and Lionblaze look up as they walk side by side]

Today, I will be discussing which Enneagram the main Power of Three characters, Lionblaze, Jayfeather, and Hollyleaf, are.

To start off, the Enneagram is a personality typing system that consists of nine numbers, One-Nine. Each number has a wing, which makes the overall personality look a little different. For example, a One’s wings are One wing Two and One wing Nine. The Two wing makes the One more interpersonal and compassionate whereas the Nine wing makes the One more aloof and heady.

The One is called The Reformer and is idealistic, principled, perfectionistic, rational, and self-controlled. Fictional Ones include Steve Rogers from the MCU and Mycroft Holmes from Sherlock.

The Two is called The Helper and is caring, interpersonal, people-pleasing, and possessive. Fictional Twos include Kanga from Winnie the Pooh and Isabella Garcia-Shapiro from Phineas and Ferb.

The Three is called The Achiever and is success-driven, pragmatic, adaptive, excelling, driven, and image-conscious. Fictional Threes include Tony Stark from the MCU and Randall Boggs from Monsters Inc.

The Four is called The Individualist and is sensitive, withdrawn, expressive, dramatic, self-absorbed, and temperamental. Fictional Fours include Loki from MCU and Raj Koothrappali from Big Bang Theory.

The Five is called The Investigator and is intense, cerebral, perceptive, innovative, secretive, and isolated. Fictional Fives include Severus Snape from Harry Potter and Sheldon Cooper from Big Bang Theory.

The Six is called The Loyalist and is committed, security-oriented, engaging, responsible, anxious, and suspicious. Fictional Sixes include Narcissa Malfoy from Harry Potter, Rocket Raccoon from the MCU, and Heinz Doofenshmirtz from Phineas and Ferb.

The Seven is called The Enthusiast and is busy, fun-loving, scattered, spontaneous, and distractible. Fictional Sevens include Michelangelo from TMNT and King Julian from Madagascar.

The Eight is called The Challenger and is powerful, dominating, self-confident, willful, and confrontational. Fictional Eights include Thor from the MCU and Perry the Platypus from Phineas and Ferb.

The Nine is called The Peacemaker and is easy-going, receptive, reassuring, agreeable, complacent, and conflict-avoidant. Fictional Nines include Bruce Banner from the MCU and Winnie the Pooh.

I think Lionblaze is a 1w9. He has a deal of perfectionism, wanting to train with Tigerstar to become the best warrior he can be. But he is afraid of his powers. His ultimate fear is that he is “bad,” which is a One’s basic fear. I feel like he is more aloof, working behind the scenes, though he still dislikes injustice.

Hollyleaf is another One, but she is a One wing Two. She is far more outspoken than Lionblaze is, especially about the warrior code. When she discovers that she was born from a forbidden romance, it devastates her because her basic fear is that she is “evil.” She does everything by the book. She is the Hermione Granger of the Warriors World: outspoken, rule-oriented, and social justice warrior.

Finally, that leaves Jayfeather. Jayfeather is the Severus Snape of the Warriors World and is a Five wing Four. He is cerebral, isolated, moody, sarcastic, and angry, all traits of a Five wing Four.

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