I had a plan for a scene, I had descriptions of how certain actions were to be performed. But then as I was writing, something happened in-story that diverted the protagonist's and hence the PoV's attention, so I did not get to 'show' how things were done in the other locations. I am trying an 'after action' briefing, but it feels less fun. I know how the things were done, I suspect a reader might be able to guess but I 1. don't think they should have to guess 2. want them to enjoy the action but 3. cannot use it in a present time setting because although the PoV can view multiple encounters at a time, when the PoV itself is engaged in an encounter that encounter recieves full focus. So in short, I hope I am making sense here. How do you explain things after the fact? My PoV already knows what they were supposed to do.