Ok, so I have a scene written from the Anatgonist's POV in which she is reviewing info about the IC. After reviewing the IC's life history file, she dismisses him as being a low level nuisance to her evil plans and puts his file away.
When I wrote this scene, it wasn't with the storyform by my side.
Later on, as I was reviewing the scenes, I took out the storyform and started mapping my scenes to the storyform. At first, I was like, hold on. This scene is from the antagonist's perspective so strictly it should be coming from the OS throughline. It threw me off.
But then I realized that the IC is having an impact on the Antagonist OS character by her viewing him in a particular way (later on, the antagonist finds out that this IC character doctored his life history files to make him appear like a nobody).
Now, I see that this scene fulfills the IC throughline that explores Sense of Self in terms of Memory.
WOW -that's so weird and incredible.
Who knew the IC could be so flexible in the way the IC impacts!