Antigone

Antigone
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  • Tragic Hero
  • Hamartia
  • Hubris
  • Prince Atlas (Yellow) is the son of King Lotus and Queen Roosevelt of Hogwarts. He is also the twin brother of Prince Kap (Red). Since they were little, they have always been in competition with each other. For example, when they were six Kap raced Atlas and Atlas won. Kap felt irritated and wanted to race him again.
  • Peripeteia
  • Atlas believes that he will become King after his father because he thinks he is more of an achiever than Kap. Atlas is the person who strives to be the best at any cost. He won't stop until he claims the crown. Kap is jealous of Atlas because Atlas possess incredible talent.
  • Anagnorisis
  • Atlas is a very arrogant person because he is the Captain of the army and he is very athletic. He also thinks no one will stop him in any kind of situation. Throughout his life, Atlas has been known to be daring, fierce, and spontaneous.
  • Catharsis
  • Kap wants to challenge Atlas to a Lance battle for King. He agrees on battling Prince Kap. Prince Kap recognizes a weakness about Prince Atlas that could easily make him defeat-able. Although Atlas is the more skillful brother, Kap is a much wiser person than Atlas will ever be.
  • Before the fight, his father told him that he noticed his arrogance, and he warned Atlas that he would face a disappointing fate if he continued with his attitude. Atlas was yammering about what he would accomplish as King. He was gloating about how much more successful he would be as the new King. Prince Kap started the fight when Atlas wasn't prepared. Atlas was taken down fast and easy. Prince Kap won and Atlas was enraged.
  • After their father passed away, Kap became King. The lesson learned from Atlas is that one should not be vain and arrogant while putting one's own needs and desires ahead of others. Instead, he learned to be more understanding of other people's feelings and opinions, and understand that everyone has something to offer. The audience realizes that arrogance not productive, and being open-minded is more effective.
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