If the main character is steadfast/stop (waiting\Holding for something pressuring him to stop), he will be motivated by order/MC Problem, and his motivation will be calmed by chaos.
He focuses on Actuality\MC symptom as he sees it’s the problem that must be solved, and the solution in his view will be Perception\MC response.
Then his problem will not be the same problem as OS Problem\knowledge, and the solution will not be the thought, but his symptoms will be the same with the OS symptom, and then the change regarding the OS problem will be for IC.
If what I built is right - because it might be wrong if I haven’t used the program yet - my question is:
This Storyform belongs to the Pilot. If the main character is steadfast in this Storyform, then the symptom (or what he thought was a problem) would be the real problem, because he maintained his belief and kept steadfast, and thus Actuality would rise from the symptom area to the problem area in the rest of the Season or Storyform for the whole work?
what is the relation between changing in IC and the OS Problem, how that could reflect on the story and the MC?
And what I want to know more than anything apart from that storyform is only for the first episode, is it possible in the case of a Steadfast character that what he thought was the problem was actually the problem, because he’s a Steadfast person.
I am concern with that because in my story The father\MC\Protagonist throughout the story focuses on actuality that it is the problem and that people have to see things as they are because what they think they see is not what is happening in reality, the world is an up side down version of what really is (what is inside their minds is not what is outside their minds for the same thing).
If he succeeds in this in the Pilot by holding his ground and his son IC will surrender and change, he will change in the Storyform Season and respond to his son/IC\Gurdian\Contagious\sidekick that the problem is not in the reality of things outside his father’s mind, nor how he sees things that happen as they are, because the father’s head and soul\internal world is the source of evil and inequity that revolves around him and not what is just outside. The father has been blinded by his unique ability/sense of self from seeing the real problem which is himself.
I told myself i shouldn’t annoy dramatica kind people with my questions but i am stuck in here while i am writing and I just can’t figure it out by my self.