Archetypal Characters - Part II

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Part II of my presentation on Archetypal Characters. The eight main Archetypes are broken down into their corresponding motivation elements.

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  • disregard for practicality
  • acceptance without proof
  • Not just lack of faith, but that something is not correct
  • Author’s view of morality - conscience means do the right thing
  • Author’s view of morality
  • Archetypal Characters - Part II

    1. 1. ARCHETYPAL CHARACTERS Part II
    2. 2. ELEMENTS OF CHARACTER
    3. 3. PROTAGONIST Pursues the goal PURSUIT CONSIDER (Action) (Decision) Considers the necessity Pursues the goal of achieving the goal
    4. 4. ANTAGONIST Prevents the goal PREVENT/AVOID RECONSIDER (Action) (Decision) Urges others to Prevents the goal reconsider their attempts to achieve the goal
    5. 5. REASON The logical one CONTROL LOGIC (Action) (Decision) Calm or controlled Makes decisions based Can also be controlling on logic
    6. 6. EMOTION The emotional one UNCONTROLLED FEELING (Action) (Decision) Frenzied or Makes decisions based out of control on emotion
    7. 7. SIDEKICK The faithful cheerleader SUPPORT FAITH (Action) (Decision) Indirect assistance Unwavering belief
    8. 8. SKEPTIC The cynical disbeliever OPPOSE DISBELIEF (Action) (Decision) Argue against or Belief that something object to is untrue
    9. 9. GUARDIAN The helpful teacher HELP CONSCIENCE (Action) (Decision) Aids the effort to Restraining oneself; achieve the goal forgoing immediate rewards
    10. 10. CONTAGONIST The hindrance HINDER TEMPTATION (Action) (Decision) Undermines the effort Indulging oneself; to achieve the goal embracing immediate benefits
    11. 11. ARCHETYPAL CHARACTERS Presentation by Jim Hull storyfanatic.com Some materials based on the Dramatica theory of story www.dramatica.com

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