“The Game is like Wicked Grace played to the death.
You must never reveal your cards.”
Extraverted Feeling (Fe): As the Inquisition’s chief diplomat, Josephine must appease the organizations patrons and form alliances. She does this quite naturally, as she prefers to avoid conflict. Understanding the social atmosphere of a room has never been a challenge for Lady Montilyet.
Cullen and Josephine, explaining Thedas’ political tensions with only
their facial expressions.
Introverted Sensing (Si): Josephine has extensively studied the history of Thedas. She draws on the kingdoms’ past experiences to solve problems, often mentioning what mistakes or faux pas could lead to war. Her personal experiences have taught her that diplomacy must be used to avoid bloodshed, and she stands true to this view throughout the game.
Extraverted iNtuition (Ne): Josephine always understands the “feel” of the environment around her, and can use it to her advantage. She constantly monitors the political situation of nearby kingdoms and city-states. The diplomat considers how each potential alliance could impact the Inquisition.
She is also quite good at Wicked Grace, apparently.
Introverted Thinking (Ti): The Lady Montilyet is a proficient speaker and negotiator. She is able to organize her thoughts in a way that makes them simple to present to others. She frequently observes issues that others miss, and can find clever ways to solve problems.
However, Josephine’s Ti frequently takes a back seat to her extraverted feeling and intuition. She frequently lets rules, customs, and others’ feelings take precedence over her well-being.
As Leliana observes, “It’s so like you to take the longest course of action, even when your life is at stake.”