Question 1: An attack on a village by their neighbours is the inciting incident, causing the OS-people to hate their neighbours, and not allowing any neighbours in the village for years to come. In which domain belongs such a story? One thing that I do know is that my MC is a be-er, so that would mean that the OS would be Situation or Activity.
Question 2: Outcome and Judgement
Because of the attack and all that will happen in the story personal to the MC, the MC at the end of the story is giving up her life in the village to become happy at the neigbours for her personal reasons, which none in the OS-people understands, as the OS-people don’t allow neighbours in any more. The OS-story succeeds in this, and the MC is choosing, in the end, to join the neighbours to become happy, what kind of Outcome and Judgment is this then?
Everything is back in balance, OS people happy, MC is forced to move, in the village where she was happy but going to pursue happiness at the neighbours. This seems Succes/Good, but it doesn’t feel that way.
Question 3: Is Outcome seen from the OS or the MC?
Question 4: Is Judgement seen from the OS or the MC?
By the analysis of Eastern Promises, and if I understand Chris correctly, he seems to say around 1:33:00 that in his view it’s about the MC and not the OS