Hi all, I need some advice for my fantasy about a princess. Particularly, I want to make sure that my theme, character arc (positive change arc) and the MC's story goal are all supporting each other as a cohesive whole (and I'm not trying to tell multiple stories at once). The basic idea is that the MC dreads becoming queen because of her Lie that she isn't naturally born to rule, and will never be ready for it/will never live up to her mother's legacy. Her Truth will be having self-belief (although I'm still unsure about this thematic statement supporting the plot). The very basic plot premise is that there is an international magical problem. At the first plot point, a neighbouring antagonistic kingdom wants to forge a marriage alliance with her. They claim to know how to stop the magic problem in exchange. What could be a good initial major Story Goal (Want) for my MC (during Act 1), which her Lie would be at the root of (before the marriage proposal)? What could be a good physical goal based on What She Wants after the events of the first plot point (the proposal for a marriage alliance)? At first glance, these might seem like easy questions to answer. But here is what is causing me to be unsure (from what I've learned about plot and character arc): The theme, character arc and plot arc need to all intertwine. The MC's Lie has to be at the root of her Story Goal(s). Her Story Goal and Truth should be at odds with each other, causing her to choose one or the other toward the end (and her choosing the Truth over her Want is what causes her low point in Act 3).