Questions like this are fine...to a certain point. When you're asking to this level of detail, it really becomes a question as to why you don't simply buy the software.
For $100, you skip decades of trial and error in constructing a concrete narrative.
As someone who knows the entire model by heart, I can tell you that whenever I can, I turn to Dramatica Story Expert to quickly and effectively make all the connections and answer all the questions you're looking to have answered.
In other words, it's the worth the $100 I spent in 1994.
Actually, I think I probably spent close to $200 then...which means I've spent $10/year or less than a $1/month.
When I put that up against the income I've received because my original investment, the film I sold to Dreamworks, the various films and television series in current production, and of course, my own business, that $1/month fee is ridiculously low and beyond worth it.
To be clear, questions or revelations about why a Story Consequence is the same thing as the Relationship Story Concern, or why Influence Character and Relationship Story Problems and Solutions are sometimes in strange places are totally legit here--because you're discussing theory and the thinking behind it and why it all works out so well.
Questions like the one above border on simply talking your way through the application software and therefore cross the line when it comes to utility and supporting those who make it possible for something as revolutionary as Dramatica to exist.