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27. Recognition: Hero is recognized

 

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Symbol: Q

The true hero is at last recognized, perhaps by the resolution of the final task (where used) and perhaps by the mark or brand that they gained during earlier combat with the main villain.

Example

In Star Wars, Darth Vader recognizes Luke through the force, realizing that Luke has true power.

Discussion

After trials and tribulations up to this point, especially including the disappointment of the people at home knowing what you, the reader, knows about the true character of the hero, it is a relief that they at last realize and accept the heroic truth.

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