“Oh, Moses, I shall be with you when you go to the king of Egypt. But Pharaoh will not listen. So I will stretch out my hand and smite Egypt with all my wonders! Take the staff in your hand, Moses. With it, you shall do my wonders. I will be with you, Moses.” The Prince Of Egypt, Dreamworks, 1998.
Two individuals who are significantly linked together (as friends, siblings, rivals, etc.) and have contrasting personalities and approaches to the world.
The Red Oni is associated with passion, wildness, and defiance. A red oni character is extroverted, enthusiastic, determined, and filled with a zest for life. The Blue Oni is associated with serenity, control and observance of authority. A blue oni character is proud, traditional, and introverted.
While many expressions of this trope play it straight, it is also not uncommon for the Blue Oni and Red Oni to mix traits.
Pharaoh has the power. He can take away your food, your home, your freedom. He can take away your sons and daughters. With one word, Pharaoh can take away your very lives. But there is one thing he cannot take away from you: your faith. Believe, for we will see God’s wonders.
The Prince of Egypt (1998) dir. Brenda Chapman, Steve Hickner, and Simon Wells
Moses, hear what I say. I have been a slave all my life, and God has never answered my prayers until now. God saved you from the river, He saved you in all your wanderings, and even now, He saves you from the wrath of Pharaoh. God will not abandon you. So don’t you abandon us.