I've been continuing to fiddle with the storyform a bit. Here's the current Signposts
OS Signpost 1 Title: The Past: Discovering Ancient Secrets
MC Signpost 1 Title: Playing a Role: Emulating the Role of "the Good Son" and Hiding His Own Pain
IC Signpost 1 Title: Understanding: Being Able to Understand Quickly Through Feeling (that he'll need Loki's help)
RS Signpost 1 Title: Impulsive Responses: Reacting Spontaneously
OS Signpost 2 Title: How Things Are Changing
OS Signpost 2, Scene 1: Knowledge: Failure to take the knowledge of the relic seriously results in a much beloved by all character being murdered (the Prof)
OS Signpost 2, Scene 2: Ability: TDE has the ability to hunt down and murder incarnates. He kills an incarnate whom people were relying upon - perhaps the guy who tells Boone not to get Loki (see Desire)
OS Signpost 2, Scene 3: Desire: Boone's faith in Luke makes Boone an outcast among the other Aesir and Vanir since they are afraid to be too close to Loki
OS Signpost 2, Scene 4: Thought: Boone realizes that there is a spy working for TDE among the Aesir or Vanir. He doesn't know who to trust.
MC Signpost 2 Title: Changing One's Nature
MC Signpost 2, Scene 1: Fact: Luke must accept that he is Loki, but he takes that to mean that he can't trust himself
MC Signpost 2, Scene 2: Security: Luke says goodbye to Tommy, his step-dad, knowing that Tommy would only be in danger if they stayed together
MC Signpost 2, Scene 3: Threat: As Luke begins training, he realizes that the other Aesir and Vanir are threatened by him. This makes it difficult for him to get a training partner.
MC Signpost 2, Scene 4: Fantasy: Tommy introduces the wyrd to Luke, but Luke can't access it
IC Signpost 2 Title:
IC Signpost 2, Scene 1: Obtaining as it relates to Wisdom:
IC Signpost 2, Scene 2: Obtaining as it relates to Skill:
IC Signpost 2, Scene 3: Obtaining as it relates to Experience:
IC Signpost 2, Scene 4: Obtaining as it relates to Enlightenment:
Do you have any suggestions for the IC Signpost PSR scene illustrations? Preferably things that are significant, irreversible, and failures, such that the only way to move forward is to change direction?