Why hasn't someone added a section on the hero cycle? This would seem intergral to any discussion of a hero, especially the literary or film hero. I know that a link was crafted for Campbell, but I think this page needs more.
Why has my latest addition been reverted? Why aren't they heroes? All right, one of them is technically a heroine. PatGallacher 17:44, 2005 July 10 (UTC)
Might it make more sense to seperate the different definitions or types of heroes? This page just seems confusing since it's a conglomeration of so many different definitions (some quite different). It seems that there is a traditional mythological hero, Another type might someone who does outstanding deeds. Another might be roughly equivalent to the protagonist in a story. Glomming all the definitions together just makes for confusion. And then the hero list has all the different senses jumbled together as though they all mean the same thing.
An editor has changed the current picture of Raoul Wallenberg to Florence Nightingale. I reverted back, arguing that there are no sources in Nightingale's article describing her as a hero, but plenty in Wallenberg's. Can other editors please weigh in? --NeilNtalk to me 15:39, 4 July 2013 (UTC)
I fail to see why it matters whether Nightingale is described as a "hero" in her Wikipedia article? Jesus is a hero to lots of people, but he's not described as a hero in his Wiki article. Does this mean he is absolutely not a hero? 188.8.131.52 (talk) 09:09, 13 July 2013 (UTC)
WP:NOR is a Wikipedia policy. We do not make assertions and interpretations based on personal feelings. I don't care if Wallenberg is used as the example of a hero. I care that whatever picture is used, there is supported non-trivial text in the subject's article which indicates that they are regarded as a hero. --NeilNtalk to me 14:06, 13 July 2013 (UTC)