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Faex
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In short: Voldemort’s Je vision gets ruined by Harry Potter, the trickster. That is the “hero myth” of the story.

OMG- This is so true! Voldermort has a total “destiny” arch. Harry doesn’t.

Another story where it’s the villain rather than the protags who has the destiny arch is Avengers 4 (Infinity War). The mighty Thanos is all about his destiny to save the universe! An anti-messiah (but sacrificing his child rather than himself). Unlike Voldermort, Thanos completes his arch. The protags aren’t able to stop him.

Also, I like the Chosen One, as it has a more neutral feel. I can be the Chosen One to save humanity, or to bring about its destruction.

I agree with this suggestion by @faeruss. “Chosen” has that “destiny”/”trajectory” thing in it. I think that’s the essence of Fe heroism: conscious becoming. Other heroisms don’t have that.

  • This reply was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by Faex.
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