1 I don't understand why the IC Crucial Element is on the MC, and why the MC Crucial Element is on the Antagonist. The IC is not the Antagonist.
2 It's also unintuitive to me that the Crucial Elements are in the Evaluation set.
I just read the formulation for Crucial Element - if change and success, MC CE is Problem, so that actually checks out here. But his Problem is assigned to another character.
I guess I just don't understand how to read this graphic.
... a few minutes later...
ok, I think I am making this too complicated in my head.
the MC CE is indeed unproven. That is all that red triangle means. There's no relationship to the Antagonist just because its being labeled in the Antagonist's tile. it's a separate piece of information.
Ditto the IC characteristic. Also, the that it has not been listed in the IC's problem/solution is fine. The IC CE is the Dynamic pair's other element, the Solution. Just the way it works. And as with Antagonist, it's just a labeling of the element -There's no relationship to the Protagonist just because its being labeled in the Protagonists tile. it's a separate piece of information.
IOW the triangles are just saying, very simply, 'hey! these are the Crucial Elements! Right here! Look no further!'