Eventually, the adventure of every hero comes to a close. The resolve is proven by what the people are willing to do from what the heroes have taught them and exemplified. In a return to normalcy, the any-man must carry forward what the heroes and champions have left behind. The ongoing effort by the any-man, the heroes and society demonstrates their resoluteness. The more significant the resolve, the more important the benefit of the venture. Consider as a storyteller, how much time and emphasis would you spend on closure of such importance? Can your characters be thanked at least with a promise from the community? Will a younger warrior pick up a sword? Does stock trading simply open for another day? Does a vendor carry a new product? Does a custodian turn off the lights in the arena? Consider your storytelling medium. Can a physical example like a ride into a sunset do more than a speech? Does a flower spring? Characters other than your principal characters will often give or teach your hero characters something. How do they comment on the resolve? Do they express approval; whole or part? Consider your arena, your observers and your heroes and allow them their own resolve.
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