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...e creatures can kill him, yet he is able to see an opportunity arise in all the chaos that is happening within the maze. This bravery can be seen throughout the novel because Minho is portrayed as a brave character, especially when it comes to the Glader’s escape.
In conclusion Thomas is portrayed as a heroic, caring and compassionate character. Thomas proves he is heroic when he risked his life to save both Minho and Alby. He also proves to be caring when it comes to his young friend, Chuck, by acting as a brotherly figure. Minho is portrayed as a brave and intelligent character throughout the novel. Minho can be seen as intelligent when he deceived the entire council of Gladers into agreeing to make Thomas a runner. He is also perceived as a brave character when he ran toward the cluster of grievers, risking his life so he can figure out where their camp is.
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