Hello Scribes, before I ask this question, I'd like to give some context. I'm nearing the end of the Second Act in a novel that became a Million times larger than I intended it to be. Now, let me get some assumptions you might have out of the way. No, I'm not falling out of love with the story. Nor am I becoming burnt out. Rather I'm a tad scared. I enjoy this story. It is near and dear to my heart. However, with the scale it's taken on, I've run into the occasional contradiction, plothole, and abandoned subplots/characters. I've handled them decently enough in my opinion, in the perspective of creating temporary solutions for finishing my first draft. However, it goes without saying that MASSIVE structural changes will have to be dealt with once I am done. So, I would like to hear about your experiences with revision. In particular, I'm interested in hearing about the largest-scale changes you've had to make to a story during the revision process. I'd like to measure some of the things I'll probably end up doing in my revision to the trials that you guys have already gone through. Just to make sure that I'm not exagerrating the extent of my issues. Also, I'd like opinions on the following writing advice: "Anything can be fixed in revision." I feel that sometimes writers give advice that is rather easy, and forgiving, if only for the sympathy they share for fellow writers. Now, I'm not saying what I personally think about the example provided, however, I see merits to both potential sides of an argument regarding it. I would just like to hear your opinions.