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368 - The Justice Fighter Archetype

According to Katherine Fauvre

Community descriptions

Karkino (Personality Cafe)[1]

3+6: The Team Player

  • Double attachment.
  • Paring that is the most hardworking and cooperating.
  • Enhances the natural line of connection to THREE and SIX.
  • Think of any sport team and how each player needs to be aware of their role and be successful for the group.
  • Want to be praised for their efforts and are extremely good at fitting in the mold in any organization.
  • Want to maintain a competent yet cooperative reputation among their peers.
  • Can be doubtful of the authority yet still want to be praised by it.
  • They are found on top the hierarchy unless they lead with EIGHT or ONE.
  • Make great managers, rule-implementers, etc.
  • They want to know the rules so they can implement them to the best of their capacity.
  • Anxious if the authority questions their value or their work.
  • Like to show their loyalty and love through concrete actions.
  • May want to act for the greater good of a community of a group, especially if social subtype.
  • Become very anxious when they are singled-out or lose their jobs, career, etc. since they put so much emphasis on their providing role.
  • Failure to meet requirement can be extremely disruptive psychologically (as an employee, parent, husband, wife, etc.)
  • Can become competitive in order to please the thing that gives them security (bosses, parents, partners, etc.)
  • Can adapt their speech and mannerism in order to conform better to their surroundings.
  • May question authority behind its back but support and perform in front of them.
  • The 6 fix helps the core 3 to pay attention to their environment, who and what can give them success through security.
  • The 3 fix helps the core 6 to be confident in their ability to perform and execute tasks to gain trust and security.

3+8: The Challenger

  • Double assertive.
  • Pairing that is the most aggressive and assertive.
  • Think of a steamroller or a tank: fearsome, bulky, resistant, yet difficult to steer and maneuver.
  • They are often rivals or opponents of some sort in fiction.
  • Can use intimidating tactics in order to win.
  • They often have a determined look on their face.
  • Very committed to their goals and don’t give up easily.
  • They are made to spar and combat in many different forms.
  • Want to give off a fierce and tough image as well as one of a winner.
  • May ridicule and/or belittle those who are more sensitive and emotionally expressive.
  • May think that they are invulnerable at times, that they can take up anything.
  • Often make themselves bigger than they actually are; it’s hard to not notice them in a crowd.
  • Action-oriented person that may skip the details to fast unless they have a FIVE fix.
  • Absolutely hate to lose; very strong egotic stance.
  • Loves a good challenge and can be brash and impetuous.
  • May not know their limits at first and be prone to accidents or burnouts.
  • Know how to make an impact and have it their way despite not always following the rules.
  • Are often disconnected to their heart and more vulnerable side.
  • Hard to deter form their goals and can be too single-minded.
  • See emotions as a burden and a sign of weakness, not realizing that it can be a powerful way of communicating inner desires and intentions.
  • The 8 fix helps the core 3 to rely less on their image and be more independent.
  • The 3 fix helps the core 8 to consider polishing their discourse before standing their ground too strongly.

6+8: The Confronter

  • Double reactive.
  • Pairing that wants to make people state their intentions openly the most.
  • Most confrontational and argumentative pairing (most aggressive tritype is 368).
  • Are usually good readers of situations and people but can be prone to projecting their fears and coming off too strongly.
  • May see problems where they aren't, a bit paranoiac.
  • Wants to get to the bottom of sketchy businesses.
  • Very loyal and protective to those under their wings.
  • Very sensitive to power dynamics (personal and social).
  • Each tritype with this pairing want to be protective and shield others from being misled or taken advantage of.
  • Often know that they are vulnerable but almost always protect themselves from being hurt by others.
  • Often deny that they are overreacting and think that they are passionate or are trying to prove their point.
  • The SIX fix is almost always counterphobic when paired with EIGHT.
  • This pairing denies their fear and may not identify with the most of the SIX traits at first.
  • Fearsome pairing that knows how to argue and speak their minds, appearing confident.
  • Can be reactive and emotional even when the subject isn’t meant to be.
  • Can sense imminent danger and usually have quick reflexes.
  • Want to see the truth in all situations, but often end up imposing theirs (especially with 368).
  • May don’t know how to stop being in attacking mode and may make a fool of themselves.
  • The 8 fix helps the core 6 garner self-confidence and the drive to act on their suspicions and challenge what they see as unfair.
  • The 6 fix helps the core 8 to trust people and bond with like-minded folk.


[1] Karkino (2021), Enneagram Pairings Revised & Expanded Edition

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