Of course, I'll share. But first let me apologize for what is probably going to be a fairly wordy post. But I love talking about this stuff and have nowhere else to do it.
So this is the superhero story I posted about before. I had decided in that thread to go with a time traveler instead, but that idea got bigger than I wanted to tackle at the moment.
So I chose a few elements I knew I wanted in the story engine and let Dramatica pick the rest. I ended up with a steadfast MC and a Success/Good ending. The Issue is Worth and the Counterpoint is Value. The Unique Ability is also Value.
This story is coming from my daughters request and all she really asked for was a girl who discovers she has a superpower. The reason I wanted a strong thematic argument is because I didn't necessarily want to explore much deeper so I could keep it kind of short. Of course that doesn't seem to be happening.
Anyway, I was encoding MC Worth and Value without much direction. From the OS encoding I knew my story was to take place in a world where Superheroes were no longer new and amazing to everyone. The town takes them for granted and actually is getting a bit tired of the way they handle things (all the super fighting makes people late to work, leaves buildings destroyed, insurance companies no longer cover act of demigod-the first time I wanted to work this into a story it would have been a more adult story). So I had the MC judging the worth of doing the right thing vs the value others saw in it and deciding that both were going to come across as good, but that Worth was better. Something to that affect anyway. And I think an argument about the worth of doing the right thing in a world that no longer values superheroes (that is, ppl who do the right thing) would be an awesome theme to explore. But the way I had it worded at first didn't really resonate. And it's been done plenty anyway.
So when I got down to the UA and realized it was Value as well and that it was the unique ability that would lead the MC to solve the problem and achieve the goal, I decided to take another look at the thematic conflict and see if Value might not be the winner. Having Value decide the thematic conflict because it's the UA felt like it would make it a simpler story somehow as well, and I was okay with that because I'm writing it for a young child anyway.
So now I have the MC wondering of its worth standing against the opposition to do what she values. The answer is the more she wonders if it's worth it, the more value she finds in doing the right thing. So both are still good, but now value wins.
Once I found out what the theme of her throughline was, it had a huge effect on how she would solve the problem in the end, and even what wl motivate her throughout to keep going against the opposition(which works great since it's the UA, I guess).