It was kind of hard to come up with a good title. So, what do you think about a radical plot twist, e.g, where a comrad of the main protagonist suddenly turns out to be the antagonist of the story? I'm afraid that it's too far-fetched, but on the other hand, it's unexpected and followed by another plot twist that will explain the traitors lack of motive. Plot twist #2 includes the protagonist figuring out that the comrad who betrayed them is being controlled by their team's leader, who had planned this from the beginning. But how could the protagonist figure it out, if even the reader had no clue about it? To answer that, the writer would've hidden subtle hints throughout the story, but never emphasized or indicated them to be relevant, so they were just events and patterns that normally would go unnoticed. These hints would reveal to the reader as the story comes closer to its end, when the protagonist explains how he find out the identity of the person behind all of this. I'd like to hear your opinion about this. Specifically whether you'd be satisfied because you didn't expect it but the hints were always there, or disappointed because you never noticed those small hints? And by all means, don't just answer this one question. I'd like to hear thoughts about plot twists like these in general too, not specifically only about this one. I'd be satisfied because I think it was unpredictable. I hate stories where you can predict how it ends before halfway. After the explanation, I couldn't believe that the hints were actually there all the time, which would make it even more satisfying.