Apologies if this was covered elsewhere, but I couldn't find it when I searched the forums:
The Dramatica software forces the Story Goal (static plot point) to be the same as the OS Concern. However reading the Dramatica: A New Theory of Story book, it says the following:
An audience sees a story's Goal as being the central objective of the story. The goal will be of the same nature as the Concern of one of the four Throughlines. Which one depends on which throughline an author wants to highlight in his storytelling. For example, suppose your Main Character and his experiences are the most important thing to you, the author. Then you will most likely want to make the Main Character's Concern your story Goal as well. On the other hand, if your story is about a problem that is affecting everyone, you will probably want to make the Overall Story Throughline Concern (from the chapter: The Art of Storytelling Stage One)
So has the model itself been reconsidered such that the Story Goal must be identical to the OS Concern? Or does the software not reflect the flexibility of the model?