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Ordinary World - 1
The hero begins in an ordinary world, living an ordinary life like everyone else around him.
Call To Adventure - 2
The hero is called away from his ordinary life. A message or challenge or event happens that sets the hero on his adventure.
Refusal Of The Call - 3
The hero might first try to refuse the call to adventure, but ultimately decides (or is forced) to take up the adventure.
Meeting The Mentor - 4
Mentors are people who help a hero by giving them knowledge, tools, or skills to succeed on their adventure. This is where a hero usually first meets his mentor.
Crossing into the Unknown - 5
Once the call is accepted, the hero must enter the unknown world where his adventure will take place.
Trials, Allies, Enemies - 6
The hero must struggle against a series of challenges that makes him stronger before his big, final test. Along the way, he often meets friends help him succeed and makes enemies that try to stop him.
The Approach - 7
The hero prepares to face the biggest test, his worst fear, the great evil.
The Supreme Challenge-8
The hero fights the ultimate fight against the great evil. Often the hero faces crisis during this time, he is knocked down or dies, but he comes back stronger and perseveres.
After passing the Supreme Challenge, the hero gets his reward. This could be real treasure, a beautiful princess, a kingdom, or the thing he needs to save his world from destruction.
With the reward in hand, the hero journeys back to his home, the ordinary world where he started. This is always a smooth journey. Sometimes new challenges face the hero on his return.
After facing his journey and facing his greatest fear, the hero is changed. He has grown in spirit and strength. Proving his mastery of the outside world has made him a giant at home.
All the final questions and problems are resolved and the hero tries to pick back up with ordinary life waiting for his next call to adventure.
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