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S: By: Jackie and Amanda

FC: Braveheart

1: Table of Contents | 1. Ordinary World 2. Call to Adventure 3. Refusal of the Call 4. Meeting with the Mentor 5. Crossing the First Threshold 6. Test, Allies, Enemies 7. Approach 8. Ordeal 9. Reward 10. The Road Back 11. Resurrection 12. Return with the Elixir

2: Ordinary World | In the beginning, it starts out as William as a boy. He lives in a little hut with this dad and older brother. They had cows and other farm animals. His dad and brother die in battle, and he has no one left so his Uncle takes him to live with him. where he trains him to know everything there was to know about fighting.

3: Call to Adventure Years go by, and William returns to his Scotland home. He gets married to the girl he's always loved but kept it a secret because he didn't want to have to share her with an English Lord. | She assaults a solider and gets taken to the lord. He slits her throat for her assault and being secretly married. William Goes back and kills them all defending his wife and begins his battle to fight for Scotland's freedom

4: Refusal of the Call After they were being chased because she assaulted the solider, he tells her to go to where they got married and he would meet her there. | so he rode back to where he'd last saw her and killed every soldier there, including the English Lord because he knew what had happened. | William realized something was wrong when he got there and she wasn't there,

5: Meeting with the Mentor In the beginning William goes to live with his uncle who teaches him everything he would need to know about fighting. With what he learned, he assembled a huge army in the hopes of fighting for Scotland's Freedom.

6: Crossing the First Threshold When he returns and kills the English men who killed his wife, he decided to go on and fight for the freedom of others so no one would have to share their wives with them again.

7: Tests, Allies, Enemies | Tests: Two battles against the English men. Ireland joins in on the second one. Allies: All his friends who joined his army to fight and the soon to be Queen Enemies: The Noble man who betrayed him, The King and English Soldiers.

8: Approach After their first victory, William's group set off to the Kings nephews village where William beheaded him and sent it to the Prince. That starts up the battle directly towards the King and his men. The king had other clans join his army in the fight against William.

9: Ordeal Their battle resulted in them being greatly out numbered. William got shot with an arrow and it looked as if he wasn't going to make it.. He got up, rode off on a horse to chase the king down, he got knocked off his horse and jumped to kill the English solider but realized once he took off his helmet it was the Noble Man who had promised to join his army in attempts of defeating the King.. He sat back fell over, he was ready to die right there.

10: The Reward When it looked as if they were totally out numbered, the king sent Ireland to attack William's clan first, but to the kings surprise Ireland stopped moments before reaching the Scotland Army and shook hands with them all. They joined together to try to take the English men down.

11: The Road Back After loosing against England, the Noble man wanted William to go to his village to talk about what had happened. He was ambushed, attacked, beaten and taken to the prison cell in the King's Castle.

12: Resurrection William is tortured, hung and stretched The man working for the king told him he only had to say "Mercy" and it will be all over, he would die quickly. While Williams insides were being ripped out, he used his last breath, and shouted, what seemed to be Mercy, was actually, "FREEDOM!!!"

13: Return with the Elixir Though William Wallace died, Scotland went on and fought the King's men, in the control of the Noble Man who betrayed William. They won their freedom. Scotland was now its own country. William's strong will and passion for what he believed in made it all happen. Scotland never would have been free if it weren't for William Wallace.

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  • Title: Braveheart
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