A lot of us have come to admire those characters invented by George Lucas for his Star Wars Legion and have also been captivated by their stories on screen. The thing that many fans are not aware of it is Lucas (pretty evidently an actual Plant) was heavily influenced by mythological archetypes to help guide his character's development while creating these characters now well-known.
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Star Wars Legion character creator frequently consulted with his close friend, and famous folklorist and mythologist Joseph Campbell. Lucas was able to explore the intricacies of Campbell's classic writings, including "The Hero with 1,000 Faces" to gain a better understanding of the path of the heroic.
For those who love Campbell's work The insights from his "Hero's Journey" are evident in the character traits of a variety of the principal Star Wars characters such as Luke. There's a great amount in "truth" that lies beneath every major character regarding their weaknesses and strengths. Like many of the characters in well-written fiction, they've been derived from a mix of real-life examples, as well as a classic villain or hero archetypes drawn from mythology and folklore.