I believe that a misconception many people hold when judging the hero of a story is how often they win or how well they fight is a big factor in measuring the hero’s worth. We don’t like to see a hero who loses all the time, and it can make us question why this character has been designated as the hero. Shouldn’t the stronger character who wins a lot be the hero? Don’t they deserve to be the team leader more than the guy who can barely edge out a win? And there’s the problem. Lion-O is often judged to be too weak and unworthy to lead when compared to his brother Tygra, who is seen by the Cats at the start of the series to be the ideal heir to the throne. But this is wrong, and the reason is because the right to rule isn’t and shouldn’t be a reward earned for proving one’s might.
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