yes, that's what I intended to say
imagine I'm encoding a problem of Pursuit.
I choose to use Control to justify Pursuit.
The police chief is seeking to control the pursuit of an investigation against a prime suspect in a murder because that criminal and the police chief have collaborated on drug trade in the past. The chief is concerned that if that criminal is caught, he could expose their previous dealings together.
This causes them police chief to hire a hitman to kill the criminal before the police get to him.
Is the process of conflict here control or pursuit
Justifying element + the source of conflict element + and this is a problem because
Dream (justifying element) + pursuit (source of conflict) + and the pursuit is a problem because
A boy has a dream of getting married to a certain girl in his class. This causes him to pursue a relationship with her. She tells him she's not interested but he doesn't let up on the pursuit because he believes the dream he had shows him they are meant to be and he should never stop fighting to make that a reality for as long as he lives.
Girl: justify element: avoid + source of conflict (pursuit) + and this is a problem because
The girl pursues different methods of avoidance. She talks to the guy on several occasions to leave her alone but he doesn't listen. She eventually goes to the administration but they're not able to offer much help beyond talking to the boy. She tells her parents about the situation. The parents tell her they can move her to another school but she doesn't want to live that school because it has the best music program in her city.
My mind is running wild now.
Is it possible to use elements from a single quad to justify different instances of a source of conflict for another element?
For example using faith, disbelief, support, and oppose to justify a problem of pursuit.
Source of conflict element is a problem because of justifying element
Pursuit is a problem because of a dream
Or should one use the problem quad alone as sources of justification for the source of conflict element in a throughline.
Can multiple justifications all coming from different characters or even the same characters be used to encode the problem of same dramatica element for example pursuit?
Can instances outside the dramatica terms be used to justify a source of conflict?