You fought so bravely for it.
In this sentence, the verb 'fought' is followed by two dependents: so bravely and for it.
I thought that for it was a complement whereas so bravely was an adjunct. But then, I remember hearing that an adjunct cannot come between a verb and its complement.
Does this mean that so bravely here is a complement as well? Or that an adjunct can come between a verb and a complement? Or that actually both these dependents are adjuncts?