the combination of one of the four viewpoints with one of the four Classes

To complete the creation of one of the four perspectives (or Throughlines) for any particular story, a viewpoint must be matched to a Class so that the place which the perspective is looking from is defined and the nature of the perspective is defined. The four viewpoints include the Overall Story, the Relationship Story, the Main Character, and the Impact Character. Situation (Universe), Activities (Physics), Manipulation (Psychology), and Fixed Attitudes (Mind) are the four Classes which represent the four broadest classifications of story issues. In every complete story, each viewpoints is assigned one Class, creating four Perspectives. Only by fully exploring all four Perspectives can a Grand Argument Story be fully developed.