Paul's Hero's Journey

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  • Call To Adventure
  • Threshold
  • "Leave me alone all I care about is soccer."
  • Guardians/Helpers/Mentors
  • "You're pretty good"
  • "No so bad yourself"
  • Paul Fisher is reluctant on his move to Tangerine, Florida. Paul wants to stay in Texas because he is afraid of moving across the country.
  • Challenge
  • Paul Fisher's got a weird obsession with zombies. But once he starts school in Florida, he's got something much more important, and much less creepy, on his mind—specifically, soccer.
  • Physical Challenges
  • When Paul starts school in Tangerine, Florida, he meets Tino Cruz. Tino is on Paul's new soccer team and is the one to encourage him to finally stand up to his brother, Erik. Tino later stood up to Erik, to show to Paul that Erik wasn't that scary.
  • Mental Challenges
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  • Paul Fisher IEP
  • All Paul can think about when he moves is his old home. Something bad happened to him there. But Paul can't remember what it was. All he knows is that it has something to do with the thick glasses he has to wear. It also has something to do with his brother, Erik.
  • I can't see!!! I can't see!!!
  • •Erik tortured Paul, by holding his eyelids open while his sidekick sprayed white spray paint into them. •A huge sinkhole opens up underneath Paul's middle school, and half of the school buildings collapse. So Paul is moved to another school across town.
  • "Welp, here we go again."
  • •Paul has trouble speaking up for himself, when he is the only one that knows the truth. This delays him from telling the truth about his brother, Erik. •Paul can't play on the soccer because his IEP says he is visually impaired, even though he believes he's not.
  • •Visual incapabilities?
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