"This is all very different from the cloister" -- Emory
You grew up secluded from the rest of the world. Whether you lived on a lonely mountain village, a religious retreat, or in an enclave within a city, the ways of the outside world are a mystery.
You've learned to approach situations through curiosity.
- Solve a problem using your peoples' ways
- Ask naive but insightful questions
- Reveal hidden knowledge or exclusive experience
Flip to get a hit.
"Everything's different out here. That's why it's called a cloister" -- Basler
Your early life didn't prepare you for the sheer variey of people and things the world has to offer. You might make a basic blunder, or ask a troubling question. When in doubt, there might be someone you rely on for answers, or you may rely on your upbringing's incomplete picture of things.
- Violate unspoken rules or cultural taboos
- Cause conflict through misunderstanding
- Fall back on a trusted authority
Flip when a prompt is narrated by anyone.