Ok, the plot is "man fights the fabric of reality, the way things happen". So I suppose it's an "ascension" kind of plot. Does it mean the man's victory is to finally reach enough understanding to see the futility of his actions and leave reality alone? That's not the story I want to tell. Hmm, let's reimagine that as "man vs god". So... Should I personify Reality? Could I antagonize the man with a non-responsive foe. It seems ok, there has to be thousands of stories about man versus an unresponsive god. But, I think it's pretty much required to then not overcome the god. So it's "man vs unresponsive god that eventually loses, but doesn't care becaues it's not actually sentient." Hmmm, does it mean Reality doesn't really lose, as it doesn't really care? What is what remains constant when reality is changed under it? Facts? History? If ∫all is reality, what's ∫reality? Well, at least I've got a nice title out of all this crap.