Limitations are those things that have not yet been tested in our lives.
A writer, sometimes as an unfortunate consequence of ordering the chaos of their imagination, is a philosopher. At
Threads come together, the world or the characters adjust to the theme's truth. They are rewarded with a wisdom to help them survive future hardships, or they are punished ultimately by the truth they ignored to the end.
The final tests.
The peak. The midway point. The final turning point. The beginning of the end.
The second Act defines, once your protagonist has been forced or chosen to engage with the plot, your leads' desires--their tangible goals.
At this point, you may already know what kind of story information fits into this first building block.
Five Act Structure. Three Act Structure. The One Act Play. The number of Acts you use to accomplish your stories' goals and to articulate its moral argument can seem arbitrary when people throw around these numbered terms.
The pressure has been released. The explosion has exhausted all its fuel. The dust has settled and the physical and/or emotional landscape that surrounds our characters is different. This is the Resolution.
After the decision at the moment of Crisis is made, there comes the explosion, the 'climactic' fight, the breakup--the consequences of the decision.