Sup everyone. So, I got an idea for a novel that I'm really excited about and am going to start working on soon. I've got a lot on it in terms of details and whatnot and now I'm in the stages of producing an outline of the story's plot and whatnot. However, I've come across a bit of a roadblock. I'll explain what I mean: I have come up with two different versions of the same story, it seems. To summarize, they both revolve around the story of a young guy who, after a tragic event in his town, finds that he and some of his peers now have superhuman abilities. They then come together and form a compact to help the city and they end up having to prepare for the arrival of a beast that wants to open the doorway to another dimension so it can take over the world. The first version is basically that story, told in the third person and focuses on the main character mentioned before. The second version of that is the same story, but instead focuses on a non-superhuman girl who stumbles upon the secret of these new superhumans and joins them in their compact. I really like the second version because its told from the side of a non-superhuman surrounded by superhumans and all of what comes with that circumstance. However, I feel like the story wouldn't be as good as the first version - why would anyone want to read about some person who can't fight alongside her friends when they could just read the same story that focuses on one of the superhumans? I really like the idea of having this story focus on the girl and her being alongside these people but not one of them, but I have doubts that I'll be able to capture the story in the best possible way if the story focuses on the girl instead of one of the superhumans, that I won't be able to capture important relationships between the superhumans and each other or their antagonists if the story does not focus on one of them. Am I correct to be doubtful?