It greatly depends, in this case, as the diminutive size gives you great flexibility, whether you are going for the more "European Old World" look with actual functioning "King Post" design parameters with oblique bracing all around.
A more contemporary modern and/or "Asian" post and lintel aesthetic. With this later form in design (similar to an "Engwa-Doma" entry area in Japan) the rafter "tails can extend quite a fair distance past the "rafter plate" and the "lower cord" if one is part of the design. Then the "King" carries the ridge beam, and may or may not act as a "true truss" in some of these designs unless there is "pass through" tenons and wedging and/or some other "pass through" beam work such as " Nuki
Good luck and picture, diagrams would be helpful as you seek deeper advice/guidance...