Moana Project

Moana Project

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  • Ordinary World
  • Crossing the Threshold
  • Meeting with the Mentor
  • Moana lives on an island where her family is in charge but she doesn't have the only thing she wants, adventure and to restore her dying island. Moana wears red and green which mean courage (red) and life (green)
  • Tests, Allies and Enemies
  • Moana leaves the island without the approval of her parents after her grandma tells her that she is the "chosen one". The ocean is blue which represents serenity and truth.
  • Ordeal, Death/Rebirth
  • Moana meets Maui, who think of himself as a God but then tries to steal her boat.
  • The Road Back
  • Maui and Moana must put aside their differences to fight the little coconut pirates. They get flaming arrows shot at them but Moana gets the heart of the ocean back, they get to safety, and a new friendship begins for Maui and Moana.
  • Moana and Maui try to destroy the fire monster and almost get killed but Moana realizes that they can only restore the island with the help from the monster. Moana risks her life and ends up restoring the island.
  • After returning the fertility back to the island with the help of Maui and many others, Moana goes back home and is thanked for saving the island. The sand is tan/brown which represents earth tones. Moana's pig, Pua, is pink which represents childhood.
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