It’s alright. Seems that I cross-cross-posted… Plus, you answered a part of the question I missed. The fact that those articles will sometimes skip through a level, and hop to the bottom of the model. Thanks!
Subtext is run by @jhull and relies on reports from the Dramatica program, and analyses done using the Dramatica theory. If the Dramatica theory is Mathematics, then Subtext is Physics. The theory holds the information and structure, while Subtext focuses on the application. I use it for that very reason.
In addition, there are a couple of terminology changes from Narrative First and Subtext that help clarify some things:
- MC Resolve of Change --> MC Resolve of Changed
- Element of Uncontrolled --> Element of Free
- Element of Non-Acceptance --> Element of Rejection
- Problem Solving-Style --> Search this forum for information on this one.
These are the only changes that I am aware of currently, but you’ll find that they mean effectively the same thing. The truth is that some stories are more amenable to the original terminology, while others are more amenable to the switched up terminology. Overall, though, you’ll be fine using the original terminology.
As @Lakis, said, though, Jim is a Certified Dramatica Story Expert, so that’s important to know, too.