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Archetypes

The Waif: a distressed damsel, she bends with the wind. She’s the original damsel in distress. Her child-like innocence evokes a protective urge in the beastliest of heroes. But don’t be fooled, because the waif has tremendous strength of will. She won’t fight back; she’ll endure.

August 16, 2013
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    I didn’t mean it in a negative way, per say. Part of what I love about Whedon’s works are their subversions of tropes...
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    I think most of Joss’ female characters fall under a different archetype (though Tara and Kaylee and Inara could...
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