A friend of mine defined Arc Fatigue as "When the enjoyment of the story is increased or decreased by the pace in which one sees a story." Not sure if that is a proper term. I sort of just wonder your guys general thoughts. I find it fascinating, and kind of wonder if anyone thinks this is something we writers who plan to traditionally publish should think about. Okay, encase my opening wasn't perfectly clear. Let me give a couple of examples. A TV show called Dragonball Z had a very slow rate. Little happened in any one episode. So if you restricted your viewing to once per week, it would feel ridicously slow, and would ruin most of the fun. A more personal example is my current work in progress. The climax of the story has a group of friends split up. And I switch POV to each of them. Because all their moments are exciting, and they aren't together. I figured the enjoyment of the scene might make up for any little distractions the switching POV caused. Which, has gotten mixed reviews. Some, hate or dislike it. Others love it! Mixed reviews made it a lot harder to judge how to go about editing these scenes. I noticed a trend though. People that read the material fast(under a week) are the ones that loved it. While people reading at a slower rate are the ones that didn't. Hence the title of the thread being Arc Fatique. I wonder if from a publisher standpoint that I am dead in the water! I also want general thoughts. @dreamersky1212 Tagging Dreamer because we discussed this a bit in a private. So thought she might find it interesting.