Book_Keeper Just hi-jacking one of your posts.
I see that you're restructuring your site including some place holders. Point of View goes into TQ. Well, at least it does given the five factors you've chosen.
My experience as a reader on Wattpad, Royal Road and (now) Webnovel is that most authors are all over the place when it comes to picking a narrative voice dependent on the choise of point of view.
Initially authors need to handle FP and TP (and preferably stick to one), and after that it's a matter of understanding the difference between TP omni and TP limited. This, mildly put, isn't done at all.
The last part, where I find many flaws in my own writing, is how narration should change depending on which character we're experiencing the story from when multiple TP limited is chosen. I guess this coud be called narrative voice, even though I'm perfectly aware such a voice is needed no matter which point of view an author decides to run with.
Obviously this, the last part ties in with world (which you chose not to include) and character.
In the hands of an expert author, RL is also affected since the world experienced by a character with a vast vocabulary greatly differs from one shown from the point of view of a character with an equally limited langage tool box. To be honest I've only read a few dozen books where this is done well, and that's out of over 10K titles read.