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Archetypes

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Leslie Sechler

on 24 August 2010

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Transcript of Archetypes

Quest Hero: hero goes on a great journey
where he must perform impossible tasks Secret Hero: Hero who appears simple, but waits
for the right moment to reveal identity Sacraficial Scapegoat: sacrafices self for
the good of the cuase or group The GREAT Mother: (Earth Mother) associated with
birth, warmth, protection, and family The TERRIBLE Mother: witch, siren associated with
fear, danger, death The TEMPTRESS: provides
a temptation The TRICKSTER: distracts or tricks
character into making a different choice. ARCHETYPES Quest Hero: hero goes on a great journey
where he must perform impossible tasks Secret Hero: hero who appears simple, but
waits for the right moment to reveal identity Sacraficial Scapegoat: sacrafices self
for the good of the cause or group. Terrible Mother: witch, associated with fear
danger, death. Villian/Bad Guy:
evil always tries to harm
the hero or destroy something Trickster: distracts or tricks character
into making a different choice Innocent: Pure and simple, unknowing. Soul Mate: princess, hero's inpiration,
often in need of being saved Helping Character: helps either the good or bad characters Mysterious Stranger: never quite trusted, shows up
at the right moment with important info. Never
the center of the story. The Fool: nobody takes them seriously,
laugh at him but he is often wiser than
he appears. The Stalwart: the best friend. Everyone
can count on this character. Not very wise, not
the center of the story. Jolly friend. Something seen often enough in life and literature
that it becomes universally recognized
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