Here's an interesting thing people might be able to help me with: I'm working on a blog post on an organized way to find ways characters can influence and manipulate each other. I've got a basic structure for it that can apply to everything from finding common ground and negotiating to threats, bribes, and military deceptions. But the key is the contrast between what a person normally does (search the hold, attack the enemy, compete with a rival, etc) and the other behavior (take the bribe, attack the decoy, form a partnership). And I'm slightly balked on what to CALL these two actions. Right now I'm leaning toward "the Standard" and "the Offer" or maybe just A and B, but there has to be something better than that. Thoughts?