The Resolution caps character arcs like the cherry on top of a banana split and bookends the opening scene.
In character arcs, as in plot, the Climax is the dot on the end of the exclamation point. The Climax is the reason for the story.
If you had pick the single most important moment in characters arcs, what would it be? The Third Plot Point, you say? Well, you'd be right.
The Second Half of the Second Act is where you cue the hero music in character arcs. But this story ain't over, not by a long shot.
Your protagonist's personal revelations are going to lead him up to a very special turning point at the story's Midpoint.
In the structure of character arcs, the First Half of the Second Act is where your character ventures (or is thrust) into uncharted territory - and gets lost.
The effect of the First Plot Point on your character arc can be found in three important decisions your character must make.
Discover six major elements of the positive change character arc that need to be included in the First Act.