Fi: Clark does what he believes is right, whether or not others approve of his behavior. He has a very strong set of personal values and finds it difficult to forgive those who fail to live up to similar standards. He takes things extremely personally, often to the point where others have to assure him that everything bad that happens in Smallville is not his responsibility or his fault. Clark very strongly identifies with others, and tends to have immense compassion for anyone he believes “understands him” (other meteor freaks). Clark often laments that he must keep his secret, since it makes him alienated from other people. He hates lying to them. On Red Kryptonite, he is self-centered, self-serving, and vindictive.
Se: He often rushes into things before thinking them through. Clark lives entirely in the moment – everything that happens to him is a big deal, because it’s happening right now. He doesn’t like to think about the past, or linger there, but instead focuses on what’s going on around him. Clark is drawn to beautiful things, fast cars, and somewhat admires Lex’s rich lifestyle. He is sometimes reckless in his desire to save other people, which means he makes dangerous mistakes that puts his secret at risk.
Ni: He fixates on one dream that encompasses most of his teenage years – imagining himself the quarterback of the high school football team, and dating Lana Lang. Clark tends to see people as he wants them to be, rather than the brutal reality. He envisions Lex as different than he is, and is disappointed when Lex can’t live up to Clark’s expectations.
Te: Everything he does is for a purpose – either to save someone or keep his secret. He can be a little controlling in his desire to protect his friends. Clark struggles to be rational until he gets older, and then he weighs his options more carefully. Even then, he is purpose-driven – become a reporter, marry Lois Lane, defeat Lex Luthor (and all other villains) and… well, save the planet.