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Archetypes in the Crucible
Transcript of Archetypes in the Crucible
The Soul Types:
Core desire: Revenge or Revolution
The character that fits this archetype the best is John Procter
Core Desire: Intimacy and Experience
The person who bets fits this archetype is Abigail.
7 common archetypes
They are broken up into three different categories: The soul types, the Ego types, and the Self types.
These three categories help pave the way for stories to unfold and have interesting plots.
Core Desire: To protect and care for others.
The Self Types.
Core desire: To not be punished for something that they did not do.
Elizabeth fits this archetype the best.
What is an archetype?
A very typical example of a certain place or thing.
There are 12 common archetypes that appear in most film, television, and books.
By; Victory Beard
Rebecca Nurse fits this archetype the best.
Core desire: To live in the moment with full enjoyment
Giles Fits this Archetype the best.
Core Desire: To find the truth
Hale fits this Archetype the best
Core Desire: To have as much Power as possible
Judge Hawthorne and Paris Both fit this Archetype.
Archetypes are needed to make sure that stories are not only interesting, but have some sort of structure. Without archetypes, we might only have one or two characters who neither clash or get along. Stories would be about nothing without archetypes.