This storypoint defines where the Author sees the Main Character solving their problems. In this case, the Main Character prefers to adapt themselves to their environment. For example, a high muckety-muck who drinks to quiet the voices in their head.
Illustrating this storypoint helps the Audience understand the Main Character's preferred method of general problem-solving.
The following narratives share a similiar of Be-er:
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