O he was attacked by a demon the war between humans

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o He was attacked by a demon The war between humans and animals o Wolves vs. humans for the forest Uses his power to stop the  San from killing Lady Eboshi Forest spirits save his life and land from curse San, princess was raised by wolves
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Ritual Hero’s journey   Prince Ashhitaka travels westward  San, the princess is part of the wolf pack, lives, eats and breathes in the forest Can talk to animals  Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind Myth Fantasy Nausicaa communicates with giant insects o Ohmu, smart carter pillar Giant warrior, and embryo of one the giant creatures of ancient war Mythological figure o Man in blue, who saves all  Post-apocalyptic  world o Seven days of fire war that destroyed civilization Toxic jungle: giant mutuant insects, and plants o Some people tried to take down the jungle, it did not work Animism o Animals equal to humans o Animals as main protectors
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o Spirt in the plants  Ritual  Nausicaa is a good person, warrior that brings insects back to the jungle Hero’s journey Trees cleaning the poison o Jungle has a toxic soil that covers the surface o Plants purify polluted topsoil, produce clean water and sand which  remain underground. Conclusion Animated movies Hero’s journey Humans vs. animals
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