Time to eat some humble pie. I'm having a hell of a hard time figuring this out, but here's my best shot at trying to illustrate the story engine for Wrath of Khan...
OS Domain: Activity
a space battle
OS Concern: Obtaining
The super humans seek freedom from exile. Their leader seeks revenge. The scientists seek to create habitable worlds out of dead planets.
OS Issue: Self Interest
Regarding genesis, is it in everyone’s best interest to have so much power, to be like gods? The science team suspects it was never in their best interest to work with starfleet. The second in command wonders if it’s in their best interest to go after the enterprise when they’ve already escaped exile.
OS Problem: Pursuit
Khan pursuit of revenge ends up killing him and his minions.
MC Domain: Situation
Kirk is an aging starfleet admiral
MC Concern: The Future
Kirk is concerned over whether he should command a starship again
MC Issue: Delay
Kirk delays making a choice, taking back the captain’s chair only for the duration of the mission, he doesn’t commit to it
MC Problem: Pursuit
Kirk keeps returning to moment in his life when he was able to cheat death, reprogramming the simulator to cheat death and win
IC Domain: Fixed Attitude
The needs of the many, outweigh the needs of the few, or the one
IC Concern: Innermost Desires
Spock’s primary concern is the well being and safety of the ship
IC Issue: Hope
Spoke pins his hope on Kirk leading them safely through the mission
IC Problem: Logic
Spock addresses every problem through the prism of logic, always taking a cold and analytical approach
RS Domain: Manipulation
friends / fellow officers (captain ~ admiral)
RS Concern: Changing One's Nature
RS Issue: Commitment
RS Problem: Conscience
I have to admit the relationship through line still flies pretty much over my head. I understand the theory, but taking the knowledge and applying is still beyond me. Can anybody help?