So, let me explain my situation: I want to write a book in the Warhammer 40k universe (Warhammer 40k being a wargame I play) and I want to get it published. Since it's in a universe property of Games Workshop, the company that owns Warhammer, I must get it published through them, giving me one shot at it. So it's important that it's as good as it can get, and while I know that entirely up to me, the nature of my question is; how difficult would it make this, if I do this? Earlier in my life, I followed the One Year Adventure Novel curriculum. I decided to use it again to build my outline. But it does not give me long enough to develop the story world as much I would like, so I have to stray from the outline described in the curriculum. Specifically, what I want to do is take the outline for the second act, the middle, and do it twice: so it goes Middle Chapter, a Failure, Lessons from the Failure, an Achievement, and instead of the Black Moment; Middle Chapter, a Failure, Lessons from the Failure, and an Achievement again, then the Black Moment. Would doing this make it harder to write a compelling outline?