Who's Your Star Wars Enneagram Equivalent?
Start writing a post

Who's Your Star Wars Enneagram Equivalent?

If you're like me, you love Star Wars, and with the new movie just coming out, I wanted to know what Star Wars character I'm most like.

Who's Your Star Wars Enneagram Equivalent?

I love reading about my enneagram type. I'm a 2w3. If you don't have a clue what I'm talking about, click here to take the test and find out what type you are.

It's so cool how that test, if you answered honestly, hits the nail right on the head. When I took it, I was amazed at how accurate the description of my personality was.

If you're like me, you love Star Wars, and with the new movie just coming out, I wanted to know what Star Wars character I'm most like.

1. The Reformer


Coming in as an enneagram 1 is Princess Leia. She has all of the characteristics: rational, idealistic, principled, purposeful, self-controlled, and perfectionistic.

At a one's best, they can become extremely wise. They are also very realistic and know what the best action to take in each moment is. The truth will be heard when they are around.

At worst, ones can be condemning toward others. They can also be mean to try and get rid of whoever they believe are doing wrong. Ones can suffer from severe depression and nervous breakdowns.

2. The Helper


Padme Amadala is the perfect two. A two's personality traits consist of being caring, interpersonal, generous, people-pleasing, and possessive.

When a two is at his/her best, he/she will be unselfish, humble, and give unconditional love. A two will also feel like it is a privilege to be in other people's lives.

If a two is at their worst, you will see them begin to feel victimized by others. They often become bitter, resentful, and angry. They will believe that they are "falling apart" and burdening others.

3. The Achiever


Lando Calrissian is an achiever. He is ambitious and confident. He also wants to be loved and admired by people. All of that is key for a three.

Threes at their best are self-accepting and authentic. They are also charitable and full of energy. Threes believe in themselves while also being able to adapt.

On the flip side, threes are filled with the fear of failure and humiliation when they are at their worst. They can also become obsessed with ruining whatever is keeping them from success or reminds them of their shortcomings.

4. The Individualist


Han... where to begin... Han Solo is most definitely a four. He is expressive, dramatic, self-absorbed, and temperamental.

So, at their best, fours are creative, and able to transform all their experiences into something valuable. They are also self-aware and introspective. They try to be aware of feelings and inner impulses. Fours can become sensitive and intuitive both to themselves and others.

The worst version of a four is a hopeless and narcissistic personality. It's very possible that they will alienate themselves from those around them by pushing everyone away.

5. The Investigator


Yoda is perceptive, secretive, and insightful. He is wise. Yoda personifies a five.

Fives are visionaries at their best. They are open-minded. Fives are extremely alert and able to concentrate on high levels. They can also master what they put their minds too.

At their worst, they become detached and push people away. Fives may become very self-destructive when they hit their worst.

6. The Loyalist


C-3PO is for sure a six. He is security-oriented, anxious, and suspicious.

When sixes are at their best, they are trusting of themselves and others while still being independent. They tend to be courageous and have leadership skills They are very expressive and can think very positively.

On the other hand, sixes can be very panicky and overwhelmed when they are at their worst. They also seek out a stronger authority figure to solve their problems. (I think we see C-3PO more on this end of the spectrum most of the time.)

7. The Enthusiast 


R2D2 is extroverted and enthusiastic which is the basis of being a seven.

Sevens are grateful and appreciative. They are typically joyful and excited. Sevens are typically the most extroverted types. They are lively, talented, practical, and eager.

When sevens are at their worst, they are overcome with anxiety and frustration. They will often give up on themselves.

8. The Challenger


Darth Vader is self-confident, strong, and assertive. Sounds like an eight to me!

Eights are willing to put themselves in danger to achieve what they have put their minds too, and they have a lasting influence. They are assertive, confident, and powerful. Eights are typically natural leaders and are very protective. This is all when they are at their best.

When eights are at their worst, they become completely ruthless, develop reckless ideas about their power, and vengeful. They want everyone around them to conform to their views and values, and when people don't do that, eights will destroy everything in their paths. (Vader is definitely on the unhealthy side of the spectrum.)

9. The Peacemaker


The receptive, agreeable, reassuring nine in Star Wars is Obi Wan.

Nines at their best are content. They feel connected to their inner self along with others. They are usually emotionally stable and not very self-conscious. On top of that, nines try to be supportive and optimistic with a calming effect for people around them.

On the flip side, when they are at their worst, nines can feel incapable of facing the things around them. They tend to try to block out anything that might affect them when they hit this low.

Report this Content
This article has not been reviewed by Odyssey HQ and solely reflects the ideas and opinions of the creator.

A Beginner's Wine Appreciation Course

While I most certainly do not know everything, I feel like I know more than the average 21-year-old about vino, so I wrote this beginner's wine appreciate course to help YOU navigate the wine world and drink like a pro.

White wine being poured into a glass

Keep Reading...Show less
Types of ice cream

Who doesn't love ice cream? People from all over the world enjoy the frozen dessert, but different countries have their own twists on the classic treat.

Keep Reading...Show less
Student Life

100 Reasons to Choose Happiness

Happy Moments to Brighten Your Day!

A man with a white beard and mustache wearing a hat

As any other person on this planet, it sometimes can be hard to find the good in things. However, as I have always tried my hardest to find happiness in any and every moment and just generally always try to find the best in every situation, I have realized that your own happiness is much more important than people often think. Finding the good in any situation can help you to find happiness in some of the simplest and unexpected places.

Keep Reading...Show less

Remember The True Meaning of Christmas

“Where are you Christmas? Why can’t I find you?”

A painting of the virgin Mary, the baby Jesus, and the wise men

It’s everyone’s favorite time of year. Christmastime is a celebration, but have we forgotten what we are supposed to be celebrating? There is a reason the holiday is called Christmas. Not presentmas. Not Santamas. Not Swiftmas. Christmas.

boy standing in front of man wearing santa claus costume Photo by __ drz __ on Unsplash

What many people forget is that there is no Christmas without Christ. Not only is this a time to spend with your family and loved ones, it is a time to reflect on the blessings we have gotten from Jesus. After all, it is His birthday.

Keep Reading...Show less
Golden retriever sat on the sand with ocean in the background
Photo by Justin Aikin on Unsplash

Anyone who knows me knows how much I adore my dog. I am constantly talking about my love for her. I attribute many of my dog's amazing qualities to her breed. She is a purebred Golden Retriever, and because of this I am a self-proclaimed expert on why these are the best pets a family could have. Here are 11 reasons why Goldens are the undisputed best dog breed in the world.

Keep Reading...Show less

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Facebook Comments