As another anon said in the last thread, their words may not be their defining traits, but what traps them. Mottom believed herself to be at the mercy of her guilds and their opulent lifestyles. Mammon was so obsessed with his wealth and independence from the world that he became senile and wasted away in his bank. Solomon must devote all of his time to being perfect and surrounded by a perfect society. Incubus is less clear, as we don't exactly know how he's trapped. Perhaps his desire to "bring war to them" is part of a need for constant conflict, which consumes and destroys everyone and everything around him.
BLADE could fit with Jadis because of Royalty being "a continuous cutting motion" and her constant reaching for greater understanding lead to her going from a productive and ambitious scientist-wizard-god-queen to the Lady of Infinite Repose. This too is from the last thread.
Through this lens, I think Jaggs would get MIND. The PTSD, his origin as a child soldier, and his drive to reignite the multiversal war are what trap him. He is bound by war being what he's most accustomed to, and his belief that violence, warfare, and devastation are the direction in which the entire world is drawn. That he is apparently correct in this belief means that he is trapped by what he KNOWS, and his ways of coping/perpetuating his cycle involve building and improving on technology, which is very intellectual. Also, people with shell shock tend to be preoccupied with their memories and ruminations, essentially being stuck in their own heads.