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When you watched cartoons as a kid, like Disney movies, you thought the hero was untouchable, and would always win at the end. This category will put you into doubt.A martyr is a character that suffers many near-death experiences, and (almost) lethal injuries. Actually, they sometimes go through so much pain (some even lose body parts) that the audience starts to wonder whether they'll survive.Note: Do not mix Tragic heroes and Martyrs. While the first category suffers psychological torments, the other suffers physicalpains. For example, a Disney hero is often tragic, but less often a Martyr (to avoid shocking young viewers).
 
When you watched cartoons as a kid, like Disney movies, you thought the hero was untouchable, and would always win at the end. This category will put you into doubt.A martyr is a character that suffers many near-death experiences, and (almost) lethal injuries. Actually, they sometimes go through so much pain (some even lose body parts) that the audience starts to wonder whether they'll survive.Note: Do not mix Tragic heroes and Martyrs. While the first category suffers psychological torments, the other suffers physicalpains. For example, a Disney hero is often tragic, but less often a Martyr (to avoid shocking young viewers).
 
[[Category:Misanthropes]]
 
[[Category:Misanthropes]]
[[Category:Suicidal Characters]]
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[[Category:Characters by Personality]]
 
[[Category:Characters by Personality]]
 
[[Category:Characters by Type]]
 
[[Category:Characters by Type]]

Latest revision as of 16:22, 13 July 2020

When you watched cartoons as a kid, like Disney movies, you thought the hero was untouchable, and would always win at the end. This category will put you into doubt.A martyr is a character that suffers many near-death experiences, and (almost) lethal injuries. Actually, they sometimes go through so much pain (some even lose body parts) that the audience starts to wonder whether they'll survive.Note: Do not mix Tragic heroes and Martyrs. While the first category suffers psychological torments, the other suffers physicalpains. For example, a Disney hero is often tragic, but less often a Martyr (to avoid shocking young viewers).

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