Happy New Year, everyone!
I have a question about implementing slicing and dicing and especially how it's used in the Pixar short Piper. @jhull says on Narrative First that Piper has all four throughlines, although the IC and RS are somewhat light, and the eight dynamic story points. He mentions a couple of these story points in his analysis, such as Resolve, Outcome, Judgement, and "guideposts" (I'm not certain which throughline they're for), which include the Potential of Inaction, the Resistance of Reaction, the Conflict of Protection, and the Outcome of Proaction.
Assuming that these guideposts refer to the MC throughline, then what is the MC Domain? Strategy, the variation that the guideposts fall under, or is that the OS Domain? Also, what are the other Domains? Are they Prerequisites, Analysis, and Preconditions, the other variations under Learning, or something else?
While there are many approaches to slicing and dicing for short stories, I think that knowing the Domains of a concrete example such as Piper would be beneficial to those who wish to apply these concepts to their short stories.