I need Heroes of the past, Im open for suggestions?
I need a group of Heroes from the actual past and/or Myths and Legends. Not anything completely fictional. Im writing a story and I need a couple of Heroes to add into it.
What I Have so Far:
Gilgamesh (Famous Demi-God king...Came before beowulf)
Beowulf and his magical sword Hrunting
King Aurthur and Excalibar
Joan of Arc
Fergus Mac Roick and Caladbolg (Irish King - Cut down hills)
Merlin (King Aurthur's right hand wizard)
Miyamoto Musashi ( The most famous Japanese samurai)
Any type of Hero would be great. Doesnt exactly have to be a Hero. Just someone of power and that is widely known and famous for his/her actions. Im also considering King Solomon right now. But any famous Assassins/Knights/Warriors/Witchs & Wizards of the past would be a great help. Just try to keep it before guns were invented. Guns,how unimaginative.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
William Wallace, Mr. Braveheart himself.
President Abraham Lincoln-for freeing the slaves
King Leonidas of Sparta
Harriet Tubman-Underground railroad
Dr Martin Luther King- had nothing to do with warfare
Winston Churchill - a diplomat
Clara Barton- battlefield nurse
Florence Nightingale- battlefield nurse
King Alfred the Great
Richard Coeur de Lion (Richard the Lion Hearted)
Hippolyta- Queen of the Amazons
Joshua- of biblical times
Atalanta- a heroine of Greek mythology
Ajax - Trojan War Greek Hero
Rama - Hindu hero
Yamato Take -Japanese prince and a famous hero
Yorimasa -A famous Japanese hero
Roland -Frankish commander of legend
Siegfried (Sigurd) -was the greatest hero in Germanic legend
Just because "guns" were already invented didn't mean they had anything to do with people being a hero or not.
My personal favorites were Queen Boudicca & King Leonidas of Sparta.
Hope this helped you out.
- YunLv 71 decade ago
Jason (of the Argonauts)
David King of Israel
Romulus and Remus
Lord Admiral Nelson
The Duke of Wellington
- vicycatLv 41 decade ago
Can you do fictional hero's without guns say she rs or he man
lol sorry i love she ra, what about
Jason of the Argonauts
Scarlett O'Hara and Melanie from Gone with the Wind
Jo from Little Women
Morgan Le Fey
- SamboLv 41 decade ago
Instead of Solomon, you should really consider David, as he was not born into royalty, slayed the bear, lion, and most importantly, the giant Goliath, and was the warrior king, not to mention poet, musician, and according to the bible, the man after God's heart.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Hector of Troy, Hecules or King ArthurSource(s): My Favorites