Functional Order: Ne-Fi-Te-Si

The Doctor is very good at seeing multiple perspectives at once and remaining open-minded when dealing with situations – she’s cautious in revisiting a companion’s “personal past,” and tells her to take care, in case some action or decision “erases you from your own timeline.” She’s better at keeping this larger picture in focus than any of her companions, such as the several times in her first season where she says they must let things happen, so history stays intact and does not alter earth’s timeline (even though she hates staying seated on Rosa Parks’ bus, and not standing up for her, she knows they have to do so). She theorizes on things as she encounters them, and is sometimes on point (intuitively figuring out what’s going on with the bubble wrap) and sometimes quick to abandon a half-baked thought. Thirteen explores the universe for her own interests; she does not feel rooted to anything, although her low Si shows on occasion when she’ll toss in a personal story to go with whatever is going on (I met this person, I did that, we encountered this on that planet). Unlike her former incarnations, this Doctor has a strong moral center. She sometimes becomes so fixated on “fixing something” with tert-Te, that someone will call her out on it (when told “You are being selfish right now,” she reels in shock, then admits its true and apologizes). She moralizes at a companion for grabbing a gun, since she thinks there’s always a more peaceful solution rather than violence. She shows concern for her companions’ emotional states and often appeals to others on an emotional level, but the fact that she has to check with them to make sure they’re okay shows her preoccupation with her own feelings (Fi). When the TARDIS phases in and out of their world, the Doctor just plain gives up – her Te sees no solution to the obvious problem, and she thinks about apologizing for stranding them all on a distant planet, rather than trying to figure out a “hack” to get the TARDIS back.

Enneagram: 2w1 so/sp

The Doctor’s main motivation is to help people in some form; she often asks how people are feeling and tries to cater to their needs. She leaps into action to save others from terrible threats. She is good at soothing people’s feelings and offering them encouragement. She has no real ego and repeatedly apologizes for her mistakes. She is able to stay calm even when telling someone to stop what they are doing. This Doctor welcomes a variety of companions and fosters them as a group, maintaining an emphasis on teamwork, while singling no one out as more special than another one. The Doctor can be a bit moralistic at times, since her bottom line is always to do “the right thing,” even when it is hard (wing 1).