An insightful look into what makes a hero! Follow the rabbit trail and take a look! 🙂
If Quintessential Editor could use a few of those greens he consumes so readily to help apply better terms, that would be amazing, but when discussing the contrast between the traditional hero and the flawed hero, I felt inspired (thanks Rough and Ready Fiction!) to offer a few case studies and offer my thoughts and opinions.
There are a lot of sources that describe a lot of hero archetypes. The reason I didn’t narrow down to one source is more because I don’t feel there’s a TON of consistency out there, so I’ll use the terms that make the most sense to me and you can decide on what terms you like best. I’m more interested in discussing my thoughts than I am determining the best terms in this regard.
The Traditional Hero: He’s the nice guy’s nice guy. He’s the white knight. The man of principle. He’s the…
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3 thoughts on “The Line in the Sand: Discussing the “traditional” hero in comparison to the “flawed” hero”
Not even going to admit who I side with here. 🙂
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I like the flawed heroes as well! 🙂
It’s okay to have a side. It’s important to know what you like in a story.
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