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The Incredibles Archetypes
Transcript of The Incredibles Archetypes
Examples Of Each Archetype
The Innocent- Violet
The Jester- Dash
Sidekick- Dash, Violet, Elastigirl, and Frozone.
The Hero- Mr. Incredible & Frozone
The Caregiver- Elastigirl & Mirage
The Rebel- Syndrome
The Explorer- Edna
The Orphan- Gazerbeam & Frozone
Summary of the movie
The Orphan- Connects with others (being friendly)
The Innocent- Polite to others
Sidekick- The person that helps the hero accomplish their goals
The Hero- To prove one's worth through courageous acts
The Caregiver- To protect and care for others
The Rebel- Likes to get revenge or start a revolution
The Jester- To live in the moment with full enjoyment
The Explorer- The freedom to find out who you are through exploring the world
Evidence of superheroes saving the day
Violet is the innocent because she's very shy, and has a low-self-esteem. She liked to help people when they were in trouble while using her invisiblity. When using this superpower no-one could judge her.
Bob Parr and his wife Helen
are always saving lives and battling evil on a daily basis. But fifteen years later, they have to adopt civilian identities and retreat to the suburbs. They were forced to retire of being superheroes and to live a "normal life" with their three children; Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack (whom were all secretly born with superpowers).
Syndrome planned to rule the world
because of his hatred for Mr. Incredible. Mr. Incredible did not want him to be his sidekick back in his superhero glory days.
Dash is the jester because he plays pranks on Mr. Incredible, and other people. Dash would hide from his parents and run from place to place at the speed of light.
Syndrome is the rebel becuse he wanted to seek revenge on Mr. Incredible. When Syndrome broke into the Incerdibles' house, and tried to kid nap Jack-Jack, he threatened to kill
Dash, Violet, Elastagirl and Frozone are Mr. Incredibles' sidekicks because they help him out in battle. When Syndrome's robot (Omnidroid) tried to destroy the city of Metroville, the only thing that could destroy it was a remote-control that Syndrome had to control the robot. It took teamwork to get the remote-control, and destroy the robot.
The caregivers are Mirage and Helen (Elastigirl) because they took care of Bob (Mr. Incredible) and The kids. When Bob had to go off to do further research on Syndrome and his robot launching, Helen made sure he had a tracker for (safety reasons), and a papersack lunch. Mirage made sure he had his new combat-proof suit and a private jet.
Edna is the explorer because as a kid no-one liked her and she found something to do that she really loved which was being a Tailor. As Mr. Incredible arrived at her house to discuss the new design of the Incredibles' uniforms, she told him to "Be yourself and NO CAPES!" This kind of explains Edna's personality because she's just being herself.
Gazerbeam and Frozone are the
orphans because they were loved
by everyone. Back in the glory days
when Lucious (frozone) and Gazerbeam defeated evil and saved Metroville, everyone wanted to be like them because they had amazing superpowers.
Mr. Incrdible is the hero because
he's the one that saved the
civillians lives' and actually took
down the evil guys. Such as
bomb voyage, Syndrome, the
muggers, and Omnidroid with the
help of his sidekicks. Everyone
wanted to see hime come out and
defeat evil not anyone else.