I am writing a play in which there are four main characters. I like the idea of character archetypes and three of the four characters are warrior, shadow king and shadow magician. The woman who is the love interest is a warrior archetype. She has been abused and the protagonist wants to save her from her self-destructive life. He fails in doing that. The father is a shadow king archetype and the boss is a shadow magician archetype. The protagonist is highly oppressed by the father. The warrior woman pushes him to embrace his own vitality. The boss puts him in a precarious situation out of which it is impossible for the protagonist to get out. He asks for moral support from the father and father condemns him for straying away from father's worldview and agenda. At this point, the protagonist finally speaks up for himself and cuts himself off the abusive relationship. I am really confused about the protagonist here. Is he the lover archetype? He does not seem to be the hero archetype because there is no real objective to be achieved here. He has been thrown into a situation that is not to his liking and he is only trying to come out of the situation clean. But he can't. He can be a rebel archetype but that is only in the concluding act of the play. He has not always been a rebel. He might turn into a perpetual rebel post the conclusion of the play. Does that make him a rebel archetype? Is there any other archetype that he can be? What am I missing here?