I assumed that the OS domain is activities - problems stem what the activities that are occurring, but the only "problems" resulting from Activities are the problems she faces in what is done to her.
The OS domain MIGHT be a situation or environment, the situation being that arrogance isn't tolerated.
The OS domain MIGHT be a fixed attitude, they all have a fixed attitude about how to be.
The OS domain MIGHT be a way of thinking, they each have a belief regarding arrogance.
The MC domain seems to be a situation, because the external problem is her captivity. But her internal problem is either her Fixed Attitude about how to be, or her way of thinking that makes her arrogant.
The IC domain could be Activities because the activities they pursue cause her problems. Or the IC doman could be Fixed Attitude, since they have a fixed attitude regarding arrogance, and thus their impact on the MC and the punishment is an outcome of the fixed attitude. Or....
And that's why this is frustrating.
And then it's back to whether she should be treated as the protagonist - no, since she is not moving the story along. should she be the antagonist? closer than protagonist, she doesn't want what's happening, but she's not externally doing anything to stop them, only internally disliking it and choosing to react with the least painful outcome.
If I can't reliably map the character into Dramatica to find the holes to fill without changing the character into someone else, it does me no good. Which is why I posted this question in the first place