Somkith Muneath, IR Project (2018 - 2019)

Somkith Muneath, IR Project (2018 - 2019)

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  •                      Initial Event
  • “Wrongly chosen, wrongly slain, A hero Valhalla cannot contain. Nine days hence the sun must go east, Ere Sword of Summer unbinds the beast” (Page 102).
  • How the event propels the action
  • I've gotta go I don't want to be here.
  • RUNNN!
  •                     The Outcome
  • In the text Magnus (main character dude) is told a prophecy from the Norns, fortune tellers you never want to hear from and is told that  everything that’s happened to him shouldn’t have occured and that's he’s gotta make the sun go east, even though it goes east to west. Also if he doesn’t do this a sword if gonna be used to unbind some mythic creature probably. (He already found the sword, but last time he had it he died with it not in hand)
  • Initial Event
  • The prophecy told by the Norns gives Magnus a quest/goal even if he hasn’t realized it yet. By trying to understand the prophecy it becomes clear what Magnus must do however the characters in the book haven’t come to that conclusion yet considering I’m only at the 1st 100 pages. The higher ups who hear the prophecy are convinced the part about Magnus coming was a mistake, but aren’t convinced that the prophecy itself is all too important. All of this gives Magnus a sense of urgency and hope to get out which wasn’t as prevalent before all these events. And boy Magnus sure does escape.
  • How the event propels the action
  • Magnus actually leaves and with help from some friends goes back to the mortal world.
  • The Outcome
  • Loki shows up and gives Magnus some important info, also giving advice and encouraging Magnus.
  • “The thing about fate, Magnus: even if we can’t change the big picture, our choices can alter the details. That’s how we rebel against destiny, how we make our mark”(132).
  • The information Loki gives is more of an explanation of the actions of others in the story, like why the villain wants the sword. However what actually pushes the story is the advice that Magnus gets meaning that no matter what he does it probably won’t change what truly matters, but Magnus’ future is changed. Magnus takes this advice as even though his fate has been changed he’ll always try to change the details and make it his own. 
  • Also, don't free my wolf son, Fenrir and your dad's gonna get killed by the same person that killed you, but that's not important. Yet.
  • Magnus makes some "reckless" moves and perhaps cause of his encounter with Loki, treats his daughter better.
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