Objective Story Throughline

the objective point-of-view in regards to conflict

In order to properly address our mind's understanding of conflict, a complete story must account for four distinct perspectives. The Objective Story Throughline offers the objective third-person "THEY" point-of-view. Typically referred to as the "plot", or "A-line", of a story, this Throughline represents the Author's understanding of conflict from a distant and impartial point-of-view.

Notions of "good" or "bad" are significantly absent from this perspective.