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An ArchetypalCharacter is a character who appears over and over in legends far and wide, even in cultures that have shut themselves off from the world. The [[OurVampiresAreDifferent blood drinking risen dead]] are an {{Archetype}} as almost every culture has come up with their own legends independent of each other. ''Series/{{Angel}}'' is an archetype: the tragic hero trying to overcome the evils of their past. [[TheTrickster Coyote]] is an archetype. Xena is an archetype. Any of these may be disguised as a SpaceAlien.

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An ArchetypalCharacter is a character who appears over and over in legends far and wide, even in cultures that have shut themselves off from the world. The [[OurVampiresAreDifferent blood drinking risen dead]] are an {{Archetype}} as almost every culture has come up with their own legends independent of each other. ''Series/{{Angel}}'' is an archetype: the tragic hero trying to overcome the evils of their past. [[TheTrickster Coyote]] is an archetype. Xena [[XenaWarriorPrincess Xena]] is an archetype. Any of these may be disguised as a SpaceAlien.
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->''It may seem redundant at first as strictly speaking an archetype is simply an example of something, in short every trope is a story archetype. However here we are using the term in reference to a concept in [[CarlJung Jungian]] Psychology of the same name.''

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->''It ->''"It may seem redundant at first as strictly speaking an archetype is simply an example of something, in short every trope is a story archetype. However here we are using the term in reference to a concept in [[CarlJung Jungian]] Psychology of the same name.''
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