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Central figures in stories. Everyone is the hero of his or her own myth.
Villains, enemies, or perhaps the enemy within. This could be the repressed possibilities of the hero, his or her potential for evil (THE SHADOW).
Characters who help the hero throughout the quest.
The hero’s guide or guiding principles.
The one who brings the Call to Adventure. This could be a person or an event.
The forces that stand in the way at important turning points, including jealous enemies, professional gatekeepers, or even the hero’s own fears and doubts.
In stories, creatures like vampires or werewolves who change shape. In life, the shapeshifter represents change.
Clowns and mischief-makers.
Sometimes a female character offers danger to the hero (a femme fatale)
The princess or "beautiful lady "
A vulnerable woman who needs to be rescued by the hero. She is often used as a trap to ensnare the unsuspecting hero.
An animal, or more usually a human, whose death in a public ceremony expiates some taint or sin of a community. They are often more powerful in death than in life.
The helper figure that prepares the hero in some way for the trials to come.
Associated with birth, protection, warmth, fertility, growth, abundance.
The hero must disguise himself as the enemy.
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