Tag Archives: heroism

The Bully Hero: Saving Your Life and Calling You Names

It would be nice if all heroes acted politely, loving, and . . . well . . . ideally heroic even in fiction.  Honestly, I think this is what people expect more so today than when I was growing up.  … Continue reading

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Breaking the Heroic Spirit

Going hand in hand with forgiveness, Charms of the Feykin touches on the breaking of a hero’s spirit.  Betrayal, loss, helplessness, mistakes, and the whole buffet can build up to make even the most honorable champion snap.  This can be countered or … Continue reading

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Questions 3: A Hero to the Very End

A fairly big part of Legends of Windemere: Tribe of the Snow Tiger is about being a hero.  You might be wondering why this is special since this comes into play in every book.  It’s different this time.  Several champions, … Continue reading

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What Do the Heroes Fear?

Asked this question of my heroes: What are you afraid of? Luke Callindor–  Spiders. Timoran Wrath–  Magic. Nyx– Really, you two?  That’s as deep as you’re going to go? Luke–  Well, what about you? Nyx–  Losing my magic, being deadweight, … Continue reading

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