Today, the main character has failed his test. His character arc is in ruins. In the sequel to the second plot point, the new belief crumbles.
The second pinch point is the beginning of the collapse. Whatever you decide to do to ruin your hero’s plan, make it a powerful one.
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Your main character is ready to make her battle plans. Whether these battle plans are literal or figurative, make sure they reflect the character arc.
Recommitment is the midpoint of your novel. The hero must decide to abandon his safe but uncomfortable existence or continue his journey.
Your character’s lie has survived its first battle, but it took some damage. The next steps in the transformation arc begin with the false new normal.
You’ve just challenged your character lie, now determine how the lie fights back. A breakdown of character responses by plot structure and hero type.
The character lie is the reason your character can’t get what he wants. Challenge that lie with the first pinch point.