The Return with the Elixir is the final Reward earned on the Hero’s Journey. The Hero has been resurrected, purified and has earned the right to be accepted back into the Ordinary World and share the Elixir of the Journey. The true Hero returns with an Elixir to share with others or heal a wounded land.
Once the Hero is back home, it’s time to acknowledge their change in character. “Crossing the return threshold” is the stage in the monomyth where the hero has left the chaos of the outer world and return home. But it’s hard to adjust to the old world.
The Road Back: The hero deals with consequences of confronting dark forces of Supreme Ordeal. Odysseus must “give reward to people”. In this sense, his homecoming is the reward, and he gives it to his father, Laertes. … unless something is brought back from the Inmost Cave, the hero is doomed to repeat the adventure.
Hiro’s mentor for his call of adventure is Tadashi, his brother. Encourages Hiro to use his talents instead of participating in illegal bot fights. Tadashi inspired his brother to join the University of San Fransokyo by creating an invention that will blow Professor Callaghan away.
Hiro has four companions, namely Fred (the funny guy), GoGo (an athletic girl), Wasabi (a well-built guy), Honey Lemon (the girl who is good at chemistry), who all serve to help the hero learn valuable lessons. Fred also embodies the trickster archetype, that he always create chaos.
The magic flight is the stage of the hero’s journey in which the hero’s return home is marked by a chase as the gods seek to regain the elixir that has been stolen from them. The magic flight is stage 13 of Joseph Campbell’s hero’s journey, from The Hero with a Thousand Faces.
Call to Adventure: Gilgamesh believes in justice and wants to “drive evil out from the world” (91). Therefore, he “must travel to the Cedar Forest where the fierce Humbaba lives” (91) Not only does killing the Humbaba “stamp [his] fame on men’s mind forever” (95), it would also help him reach immortality.
He wrote The Hero with a Thousand Faces, in which he outlined the 17 stages of a mythological hero’s journey. … We have an entire Online Course devoted to the hero’s journey.) In the case of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, the Hero’s Journey is actually divided in two.
Crossing the Threshold signifies that the Hero has finally committed to the Journey. He is prepared to cross the gateway that separates the Ordinary World from the Special World.
The Crossing of the First Threshold
“This is the point where the person actually crosses into the field of adventure, leaving the known limits of his or her world and venturing into an unknown and dangerous realm where the rules and limits are not known.”
Think of the Threshold as the boundary between your hero’s familiar, comfortable home and the new, dangerous frontier. It is almost always depicted physically as some kind of boundary, like a fence, chasm, river, or wall.
1. In Book 5 of the Odyssey written by Homer and translated by Robert Fitzgerald, Calypso is a character archetype by being the lover. Calypso saved Odysseus and then ultimately fell in love with him. Since she fell in love with him, Odysseus was trapped there for years.
In The Odyssey, the character of Odysseus changes from the beginning of his quest until the end by becoming more cautious and less arrogant. When Odysseus triumphs over the Cyclops Polyphemus, he displays triumphalist arrogance that puts himself and his men in danger.
He is a favorite of the goddess Athena, who often sends him divine aid, but a bitter enemy of Poseidon, who frustrates his journey at every turn. … Athena often assists him. Penelope. Wife of Odysseus and mother of Telemachus.
Hiro asks what her name is. She asks if parasites even have names. Her code is 002, so everyone calls her “Zero Two.” A soldier says that Mistilteinn’s issued a search request for him.
Krei wanted the Micro-Bots, and Callaghan wanted Abigail. So, Krei(or maybe just someone he payed) started the fire, and ran off, while Callaghan stayed so people would think Callaghan and Tadashi is dead. When Hiro and Baymax were in that warehouse, they saw Callaghan making more of the Micro-Bots.
He has partaken in various illegal acts such as bot fighting, thievery, illegal money lending and murder. With his gruff and powerful demeanor (coupled by his massive physique) Yama has gained a notorious reputation, and is amongst the most feared members of San Fransokyo’s underworld.
Callaghan, who later became the film’s antagonist. Now Tadashi will be back in “Big Hero 7,” but reports says he would also become an enemy and would face off with his very own little brother, Hiro. According to International Business Times, Prof.
Atonement. As the Hero conquers his dragons and emerges from the abyss victoriously, his final transformation becomes complete and he approaches rebirth. This rebirth takes place through the process of Atonement—literally allowing the Hero to become “at-one” with his new self.
The Road of Trials is a series of tests the hero must face to begin the transformation, and often, these are presented in groups of three. In the process, the hero will fail many of these tests.
The hero is rescued from a final plight from an unexpected source. The rescuer may be someone who had previously abandoned the hero or even someone the hero does not know. In mythic stories, this intervention may come from a god.
The atonement with the father of Gilgamesh would be when he meets Utnapistim. When Gilgamesh tells the reason of his journey, Utnapistim teaches him a life of a person with an immoral life so that Gilgamesh could learn uselessness in immoral life. Utnapistim purposely tests Gilgamesh to send him home with lesson.
Gilgamesh’s adventure from the cedar forest to Utnapishtim’s home is full of trials. He must defeat Humbaba, travel through the land of Night, and cross the Waters of Death.
Fluffy is an extremely large three-headed dog, apparently loyal to Hagrid. He is apparently modeled on Cerberus, the three-headed dog who guards the entrance to the Underworld in Greek mythology.