Yeah, I've joked for years that I'm some sort of evil villain. That's because, as the personality test points out, INTJs are frequently cast as villains in literature. One of my life struggles has actually been "How do I stop coming across as diabolical?"
Believe it or not, I actually had to learn my conversational style over several years of focused effort and feedback from others. It comes naturally now - that's the thing about INTJs, is that we can learn any "mask", even if it is the right one (or at least I can, heh). Therefore the traits that make us so despicable can actually be used for good - an INTJ will boldly stand up for what is right when others may be more conciliatory, an INTJ who finds creative ways and multiple backup plans to defeat the bad guys, for example. It's just harder to do and gain respect doing it because people think you may have an alterior motive (or 7 - I tend to have multiple motives and know them all, heh). But God saves all people, even the most Palpatine-esque of us.
This is not to say that other personality types don't have struggles - I just don't understand them as well as I understand my own, if you follow, and I'm not going to make generalizations. The bottom line is this - we are ALL reformed villains who needed a savior...some of us are just more obviously that way than others.
While you may not have intended this, @Ariella_Newheart, I find the idea of you not being surprised at @Xonos_Darkgrate1 being a villain and in claiming me being labeled one as unfortunate...there is a strong implication there that you think I'm better than him. I find that to be...icky. I don't blame @Xonos_Darkgrate1 for not putting as much effort into his conversational style as I have into mine. Clearly he has been developing other skills, like writing role-plays, which is actually making a more positive contribution to this forum than my rambling and highly unproductive posts. You might try treating him with a little more respect.