Then another question about the PSR:
Has the PSR any connections to the “elements of the character, in which I mean the Purpose, Evaluation, Motivation and Methodology” or has these two nothing to do with each other?
As Example SP2 of The Fugitive:
- It’s RS / MC&IC is in Fixed Attitude/Mind
- Signpost 2: Impulsive Responses.
Say that I was writing the RS SP2 for The Fugitive, should I then look at all of the character elements of Dr Kimble and Sam Gerard in combination with the PSR to come to such a text as currently?
(Character elements are for the length of the story I guess).
> While in the bowels of the dam, Dr. Kimble’s behavior doesn’t jive with what
> Gerard expects. When Dr. Kimble gets Gerard’s gun, Gerard expects to be
> shot immediately. Instead, Dr. Kimble turns and runs (after some exchange of
> words). When Gerard corners Dr. Kimble at the exit of the sewer, Dr. Kimble
> unexpectedly jumps to an apparent death.
Signpost 2 PSR: Fact, Security, Threat, and Fantasy
As a reference:
Dr Kimbley Purpose Elements are: None
Dr Kimbley Evaluation Elements are: Theory
Dr Kimbley Motivation Elements are: Consider, Pursuit and Help
Dr Kimbley Methodology Elements are: Reaction and Possibility
Sam Gerard Purpose Elements are: None
Sam Gerard Evaluation Elements are: None
Sam Gerard Motivation Elements are: Reconsider
Sam Gerard Methodology Elements are: Certainty and Proaction
Helen Kimbley Purpose Elements are: Chaos