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Monomyth cycle: Road of trials

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Lynette Castaneda

on 29 October 2014

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Transcript of Monomyth cycle: Road of trials

Importance of the stage
The Road of Trials stage is a very important part of the Hero's jounrey because without it, the Hero wouldn't have the confidence to move on and face new obstacles. Also, if there wasn't a road of trials, the hero's journey wouldn't be that hard to complete and it would be very short.
Example #4
Chicken Run
Chicken Run is an example of the road of trials stage because the chickens are trying to run away from the farm in order to stay alive and they had to go through many obstacles to get close to leaving.
Example #3
Example #1
Example #2
Lilo and Stitch
Lilo tries to fix stitch and by putting him through a series of tests to try to make him more civilized and more trained.
Road of Trials
By: Lynette Castaneda
Road of Trials
The road of trials is when the hero has to face many obstacles in order to challenge them.

Hercules
In order to prove to Zeus that he is worthy enough to be a god, he has to be trained by phil and defeat many beasts.
The Hunger Games
Katniss and Peeta struggle through all the tests inside the actual hunger games. Such as kill people and avoid being killed.
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