The Judgment seems to tell if the MC’s personal problems (angst) are resolved, but I heard it could be about how the objective characters feel about the goal too, it would say mostly how the objective and subjective characters feel about the success/failure of the goal. Is that true or is it only about the MC’s personal problem? Or maybe it feels that way due to the Story Costs?
Can it also be about how the MC feel about their problem? For example, the MC feels fulfilled, have anything he wanted at the end of the story. But, deep down, he doesn’t know his problems are still there, eventually waiting to reappear. Would it be Good because the MC feels good at the end, or Bad because his problems still are left unsolved? I think the “waiting to reappear” part isn’t important, since the storyform only cares about the story told now, not what would happen next or could have happened, but that it would still be Bad.
It’s been a few months ever since I started to learn Dramatica, and I had some doubts about the Judgment I wanted to end, even though I’m probably overthinking it. I’m asking this because in my story, the objective characters feel bad about the failure of the goal, but the MC feels fine, even though some of his problems are unresolved. So I hesitate between Failure/Good and Failure/Bad.