Hello! After clarifying who my main characters are (I went from four POV to two), and considering them equally important for the story, I wonder what to do in the 5 main plot points, specially for the midpoint. I've tried to match the arcs of the 2 characters (and even the other two important characters with no POV) with the 5 main plot points, but since both characters do important stuff around each point, I'm not sure who's chapter should actually be the POV to call midpoint, and if I choose one, then the midpoint arc for the other character has to happen right after or soon the plot's midpoint, which defuses how important it is? I'm a making any sense? How do you deal with two MCs or more fighting for the main focus? Is it ok if the arc of one of them takes precedence in a plot point and in the next the other one is the focus? I know it depends on the plot's need, so I know who should actually have the other plot points, it's the female MC, but the male character has the stronger event to serve as a midpoint. By the way, if the female's POV gets 4/5 out of the plot points and the male just 1, are they really equals? I'm sorry I keep resorting to you kind people to clear my mind. I over-think things too much, plus I've read so much and diverse books and articles about the theory of fiction writing (each empathizing their own preferred method or theory), that sometimes it makes things more confusing that clear, since they don't always work well together. Thank you for reading.