I think that the classical interpretation of a hero, the Joseph Campbell if you will, is a great touchstone for...discussing the hero's journey, I think holds true without regard to whether you're a village elder telling stories around a campfire, or you're an author writing prose in a book, or you're a filmmaker creating linear narrative, or if you're an interactive storyteller putting a challenge before a player to allow them to ultimately triumph over. I think it is a fundamental arc of the human experience to say that the universe is grand and full of what appear to be unachievable obstacles that I am a single, small speck of a human with clearly limited capabilities and flaws. But that through a journey I can understand myself, I can understand the challenge, I can intelligently or through a process, improve myself. Intelligently overcome those challenges, and ultimately conquer the challenge and emerge at the backside having grown immensely. That is a fundamental aspect of the human existence that I believe is still a foundation of fireside storytelling and interactive storytelling.