Date of publication: 2017-09-01 02:16
The Hero's Journey is a framework that scholar Joseph Campbell came up with that many myths and stories follow. Many storytellers and story-readers find it a useful way to look at tale. (That's actually putting it lightly. Some people are straight-up obsessed.) Chris Vogler adapted Campbell's 67 stages of a hero's journey, which many screenwriters use while making movies. Vogler condensed Campbell's 67 stages down to 67, which is what we're using. Check out a general explanation of the 67 stages.
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Our hero comes face to face with the Oracle of Delphi, who's kind of a crap mentor. Instead of answering his question, the Pythia tells him that he's destined to kill his father and sleep with his mother.