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Then there's the Heroes of Olympus era: Annabeth: Percy, where are you? I miss you. *sobs*

Then there's the Heroes of Olympus era: Annabeth: Percy, where are you? I miss you. *sobs*

Zero the Hero helps kids exercise and learn to count to 100. This is a great song to engage your children in movement and practicing how to count to 100. Als...

Zero the Hero helps kids exercise and learn to count to 100. This is a great song to engage your children in movement and practicing how to count to 100. Als...

Legitimate news outlets -print & electronic- are the heroes in this Trump fiasco! Please continue to report the truth & the opportunities for us as citizens to be part of the resistance to this serial-lying excuse for a president!! Thank you!!

Legitimate news outlets -print & electronic- are the heroes in this Trump fiasco! Please continue to report the truth & the opportunities for us as citizens to be part of the resistance to this serial-lying excuse for a president!! Thank you!!

There are HOW MANY Obstacles on the Hero’s Journey?!   Nothing is ever easy for the hero! On the monomythical Hero’s Journey, the main character must endure a “Trail of Trials.” There are an average of 15 obstacles in the middle of the first books of Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, and Twilight.

How Many Obstacles are on the Hero's Journey?

There are HOW MANY Obstacles on the Hero’s Journey?! Nothing is ever easy for the hero! On the monomythical Hero’s Journey, the main character must endure a “Trail of Trials.” There are an average of 15 obstacles in the middle of the first books of Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, and Twilight.

From the Odyssey, to Robinson Crusoe, to Star Wars — why are we drawn to stories about heroes? And what do they tell us about ourselves? This hour, TED speakers explore what makes a hero's journey.

The Hero's Journey

From the Odyssey, to Robinson Crusoe, to Star Wars — why are we drawn to stories about heroes? And what do they tell us about ourselves? This hour, TED speakers explore what makes a hero's journey.

Batman is just so Bad-Ass /\_/\ He is the best hero ever     | I_I | I am Batman

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The Weasley Twins Could Have Been the Heroes of the Harry Potter Series

The Weasley Twins Could Have Been the Heroes of the Harry Potter Series

I-As a Harry Potter nerd-would like to point out that Harry already had the map to see Peter sleeping with Ron, and definitely to see Barty Crouch instead of Moody. So, yeah, check the facts. -Jaylen (Gryffindor)

The Hero’s Journey    Fafa explains Joseph Campbell’s famous theory.    facebook.com/gloveandboots

The Hero’s Journey Fafa explains Joseph

The Hero’s Journey Fafa explains Joseph Campbell’s famous theory. facebook.com/gloveandboots

This is the best version of Hero's Journey I found - as it has so much more detail in it - for better use of photos

This is the best version of Hero's Journey I found - as it has so much more detail in it - for better use of photos

Joseph Campbell describes the journey hero's take in stories, but I believe that we all can learn something from these stages. I hold this belief because we all should be the hero in our own lives ...

Joseph Campbell’s 17 Stages of the Hero’s Journey

Joseph Campbell describes the journey hero's take in stories, but I believe that we all can learn something from these stages. I hold this belief because we all should be the hero in our own lives ...

The Hero’s Journey - Joseph Campbell's seminal work on classic story arc's - this version is based off of Vogler's reinterpretation

The Hero’s Journey - Joseph Campbell's seminal work on classic story arc's - this version is based off of Vogler's reinterpretation

The Hero vs. The Secret Good Guy (or "How to Chase Your Hero Up a Tree and Pelt Stones at Him in 9 Steps) | Better Novel Project

The Hero vs. The Secret Good Guy (or How to Chase Your Hero Up a Tree and Pelt Stones at Him in 9 Steps

The Hero vs. The Secret Good Guy (or "How to Chase Your Hero Up a Tree and Pelt Stones at Him in 9 Steps) | Better Novel Project