Most stories in which the character is proven a hero or heroine, the audience is allowed to see the character at the beginning of the story would not have been able to have triumphed against the challenges they face at the end of the story, unless they grew in study, skill, knowledge or sensitivity. The characters at the end of the story are better informed and more ready than they were at the beginning. They have learned and grown more practiced and educated. Through the course of their adventure, the skills of both the heroes and their opponents improve and their readiness is mustered. This affirms the gain and the heroes may prove themselves capable if they had endeavored to this type of gain.
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