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People talk to youabout your followers.You identify withone of the Aspects.You take itmuch too far.MEDIATORFactions in the Isolationare often at each other’s throats.You keep the peace the bestyou can.People talk to youabout resolving conflict.People talk to you aboutgetting what they need.You identify with twoof the Aspects.One of our Aspectsis causing the scarcity.ARTISTThe Isolation has a certaincharm to it—thanks to you.You keep us going whenthings look their darkest.People talk to youabout your masterpiece.One of them is your muse.You identify with all of theAspects—at least on thesurface.There’s a right wayfor the Isolation to live.You know what way that is.You will convince the others.Something’s in shortsupply here. We rely on youto provide whatever scrapsof it we can get.You identify withtwo of the Aspects.ZEALOTSCROUNGERYou identify withall of the Aspects.You draw your powerfrom one.One of our Aspectswill be our ruin.People talk to you aboutwhat to do next.A paragon of what it meansto be in the Isolation,we come to you whenwe need decision or action.LEADERYou fear the remaining one.You identify withall but one Aspect.People talk to you about safety.Steadfast and secure,you are the shield that guards theIsolation—either from outsideor within.PROTECTORYou identify withtwo of the Aspects.People talk to youabout predictions.You know what’s comingfor us—and we believe you.At least, most of us do.ORACLEOne of our Aspects is thecause of our pain.You identify withtwo of the Aspects.People talk to you abouttheir pain.When we hurt,we come to you.You make sure we’re readyto serve the Isolationfor another day.HEALERDialect Printable Cards. Page 1.Archetype Cards 1

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SAGEYou know so much of the past.So much that we’redoomed to repeat.People talk to youabout burning questions.You identify withtwo of the Aspects.You fear one of our Aspectsis undermining you.MAGICIANNo one understands howyou accomplish what you do.You have your secrets.People talk to youwhen they’ve exhaustedall rational options.You identify withall of the Aspects.You know there’sundiscovered potential in one.Your secret lies within it.You identify withonly one of the Aspects.You think one ofour Aspects is ridiculous.People talk to youwhen they seek enforcement.People talk to youabout the unknown.You identify withall of the Aspects.One of them meansmore than you realize.One is the sourceof your knowledge.People talk to youwhen they’re worriedabout you.Why is there so much anger?We’re all in this together.If only we could alljust get along.INNOCENTIt made you famous.You identify withonly one of the Aspects.People talk to youabout the latest gossip.We all recognize you.Silence descends onany room you enter.Heads turn.CELEBRITYYou identify withtwo of the Aspects.You identify withtwo of the Aspects.People talk to youwhen they need cheering up.We need you.We need you to help uslaugh through the dark times.You have ultimate power in theIsolation, at least on paper.Your will shouldalways come to pass.We rely on you to venturebeyond where the rest of us do—to push the boundaries anduncover new potential.JESTERRULEREXPLORERDialect Printable Cards. Page 3.Archetype Cards 2

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TERM OFWONDERFULA shared moment of wonderA tender momentshared in secretAn affectionate name to callsomeone in the Isolation.Using this word isdeeply meaningful,and we rememberthe first time we say it.ENDEARMENTA bad omen only someacknowledgeMeeting in anunexpected placeA vision of hope.Milk and honeyand all that is good.May we fill our days with it.When we say this word,we feel how fragilethe Isolation really is.A symbol for our dread.We’ve always had worries aboutthe future, but this thing anchorsit to reality.BAD OMENHow we greet one another.Small rituals to openconversation that reflect whowe are.It may differ based onwho we say it toor when we say it.GREETINGA plan is madeAn important unit of timein the Isolation. Tied to ourroutines, environment,or whatever definesthe rhythm of our days.UNIT OFTIMEA revelation among friendsThis type of friendshipis unique to the Isolation.A bond that comes from a sharedactivity or a particular waywe regard one another.FRIENDSomeone is left speechlessSometimes we needto fill the airand stall for time.This unique way ofgathering space to speak isparticular to us.FILLERWORDProfound happiness for someThe particular feeling we getwhen everything is looking up.Is it tied to our isolation,or in spite of it?HAPPINESSDialect Printable Cards. Page 5.Age 1 Cards 1

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The time has comeTECHNOLOGYA vital tool for the Isolation.It may be something fromthe outside world,or that we’vedeveloped ourselves.Technology gone wrongMONEYCurrency within the Isolation.What do we exchange for servicesand how do we acquire somethingmore than basic necessities?What money can buy hereA celebrated event.It’s either particular to theIsolation or we have a unique wayof recognizing it.SPECIALOCCASIONWorries boil overA feeling, stoked by our fears,that torments us inquiet moments.A particular strand of worry thatafflicts members of the Isolation.WORRYWhat haunts some of usHow we refer to what’scome before and how it shaped us.This may be a specifictime period in the past orthe past as a general concept.THE PASTWe have different visionsHow we refer to what is yet tocome and what it means to us.This may be an important eventin the future, or the futureas a broad concept.THE FUTUREStanding up to authorityA term to show a particular level ofrespect or deferencein the Isolation.It may be earned or given.HONORIFICA moment we’ll later regretOur expletive of choice.A word said in furyor frustration.Some may find it distasteful.EXPLETIVEDialect Printable Cards. Page 7.Age 1 Cards 2

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A vital resource for the Isolation.Without it, we would truly be lost.The Isolation is no strangerto work and toil.Our daily grind and duty.This is how we refer to thatwhich must be done.Desires revealedBuild the word using the “Create a Word”instructions provided in the rulebook.When picking the concept, explainwhy the origin of the word is special.Did it come from another language? Wasit found as a marking somewhere, or is itsorigin simply lost to time?Pair with any Aspect and createa word for an important conceptlinked to that Aspect.You define the concept.Letting goSadness seeks companyA particular weariness and strifemark many days in the Isolation.When we need a word to describehow we feel in the hardest times,this is what we reach to.Our language for ultimate loss.(ACTION)SADNESSDEATHCREATEA WORDWhen good luckis needed mostWhat someone doesto get moreHow we affirm our hope inhappy outcomes. A spokenwish for victory that bonds ustogether.A particular kind of luck orfortune for the Isolation.GOOD LUCKThe work we must doand the toll it takesDuring the Make a Connectionphase, explain what this resource is.RESOURCEWORKDialect Printable Cards. Page 9.Age 1 Cards 3

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A dangerous climbA distinct feature ofthe environment, be it naturalor man-made, has gainedprofound meaning forthe Isolation.WHAT LIESNEW RITUALENVIRONMENTALFEATUREThe new rhythm of our daysWith the passage of time,our routines change.A new daily ritual has becomecommon in the Isolation.Define the new ritual and name it.Sweet relief, all too briefHope in an unexpected placeA disagreement made publicWe remember thingsdifferentlyHow we refer to the worldoutside of the Isolation.What memories and emotionsdoes it evoke inside us?OUTSIDEA vice shared by some in theIsolation spreads.What is it called andwhat are the consequences?An indulgence?A weakness?A salve?Something new is discovered.A geographic feature,a piece of technology, orsomething aboutourselves which waspreviously unknown.Name this new discovery.A group emerges withinthe Isolation witha strong opinion on how thingsneed to change.Name them.VICEDISCOVERYFACTIONA traitor lives among usAn act of utter selfishnessstuns us all.What do we call the act,or the people who commit it?TRAITORA call that had to be madeOne of you is gainingprominence in the Isolation.This is a title used bythose who recognizeyour authority.COMMANDTITLE OFDialect Printable Cards. Page 11.Age 2 Cards 1

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What we wear with prideExample: The word “assassin” originatedas a reference to a religious sect. It nowrefers to anyone who does the deed,regardless of affiliation.Skip the Build a Word phase.Make a Connection: Pick twopreviously defined words.Make a Connection: Pick a previouslydefined word. Explain how its meaninghas become more generic.Change, too fast for someExample: “Smog” is a combinationof “smoke” and “fog.” Lewis Carroll’s“frumious” has two parts, “fuming” and“furious,” but no conviction as to whichhalf comes first.Build a Word: Combine the wordstogether and define the meaning of thisnew combination.Concepts we hold dear combine.Two words placed into bothhalves of a suitcase and packedinto one.Something becomesa much bigger part of life.This word infiltrates our speechin a way we had not anticipated.(ACTION)Adapting to our surroundingsBuild a Word: Find the newpronunciation for this old word.Make a Connection: Pick a previouslydefined word and explain why itspronunciation has changed.This may be due to a shift in meaning,usage, or context.Even as the word remains thesame, the way we say it ION)Finding yourself in anunexpected placeA familiar face in new lightA wager with high stakesBuild a Word: Make a word forthe concept rooted in their name.Example: “Silhouette” originated asa jab at a French minister of finance, whosefrugal policies were mockedin comparison to the simple portraitsthat now bear his name.Build a Word: Build this nicknamewith the target player leading thediscussion.Make a Connection: Pick a player characterand a concept. Explain why their name isattached to that concept.A piece of language based onsomeone’s name.Sometimes the story behind a word isstanding right in front of us.(ACTION)EPONYMExample: “Starve” once meant to die of anycause, but now means to die of hunger.Skip the Build a Word phase.Make a Connection: Pick a previouslydefined word. Explain how its meaning hasbecome more specific.Make a Connection: Pick a playercharacter. Explain why their role in theIsolation has earned them anew nickname.A nickname that all but replacessomeone’s name.(ACTION)A specific instance of somethingwe hold dear surges in importance.Take an existing word and make itmore specific. Add more context,meaning, or intent behind the word.(ACTION)SOBRIQUETNARROWINGAn action we musttake togetherBuild a Word: Build the proverb together.It must feature the word chosen inthe Make a Connection phase.Make a Connection: Pick a previouslydefined word. Explain the meaning of theproverb you’re looking to define.Mistakes are made,but they don’t need to be repeated.Wisdom in a pithy saying.It gives us resolve whenwe need it most.(ACTION)PROVERBWorlds apart suddenlycollideExample: In the right social context,the word “bad” can mean the exactopposite.Skip the Build a Word phase.Make a Connection: Pick a previouslydefined word. Explain why another usefor this word has emerged ina different social context.Sometimes the true meaningof a word is the context inwhich it’s used.(ACTION)CHANGE INREGISTERDialect Printable Cards. Page 13.Age 2 Cards 2

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A change in statusBuild the word using the “Create a Word”instructions provided in the rulebook.When picking the concept, explainwhy the origin of the word is special.Did it come from another language? Wasit found as a marking somewhere, or is itsorigin simply lost to time?Pair with any Aspect and createa word for an important conceptlinked to that Aspect.You define the concept.(ACTION)CREATEA WORDA bad idea from the startSkip the Build a Word phase.Move the word to the new Aspectand explain how the word haschanged meaning because of this Aspect.Make a Connection: Play on an Aspectin the current Age and choose a wordfrom a previous Age.As pressure builds, we change inways big and small. As we change,so does our language.(ACTION)EVOLVEThe tides of change pull on usSkip the Build a Word phase.Move the word to the new Aspectand explain how the word haschanged meaning because of this Aspect.Make a Connection: Play on an Aspectin the current Age and choose a wordfrom a previous Age.Opposites meetMake a Connection: Pick a previouslydefined word. Explain why the oppositeof this word is something of significanceto the Isolation.In defining something, we alsomust consider its opposite.Define a word opposite to onealready defined.As pressure builds, we change inways big and small. As we change,so does our language.(ACTION)ANTONYM(ACTION)Mountains out of molehillsExample: Once “torment” was usedas a strict synonym for kill, but nowit carries an implication ofextreme violence.Skip the Build a Word phase.Make a Connection: Pick a previouslydefined word. Explain why this changein gravity has come to be.What was once a common wordnow packs a greater punch.Its meaning is now muchstronger than it once was.(ACTION)HYPERBOLEEVOLVEThe lines between usWhat is this new pronoun andhow do we use it? Why is itimportant to who we are?The abstract ways we groupourselves and one another. Wehave a special way to refer to somein the Isolation.Us. You. Them.PRONOUNA movement spreadsMake a Connection: Pick a previouslydefined word. Explain why a group inthe Isolation has another word for thesame concept.A faction within the Isolationdoesn’t use one of the existingwords like the others do.They have created a new wordfor an existing concept.(ACTION)SUBGROUPSYNONYMUp close and uncomfortableExample: Using a softer term like “passingaway” allows us momentary distance fromconfronting our own mortality.Build a Word: Make theeuphemism together.Make a Connection: Pick a previouslydefined word and explain why some use aeuphemism for it.One of the Isolation’s words has takenon new weight and some only broachit in euphemism.Some things need tactful phrasing.(ACTION)EUPHEMISMDialect Printable Cards. Page 15.Age 2 Cards 3

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A surprise for someBuild the word using the “Create a Word”instructions provided in the rulebook.When picking the concept, explainwhy the origin of the word is special.Did it come from another language? Wasit found as a marking somewhere, or is itsorigin simply lost to time?Pair with any Aspect and createa word for an important conceptlinked to that Aspect.You define the concept.(ACTION)CREATEA WORDDialect Printable Cards. Page 17.Age 2 Cards 4

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What was previously a commonword is now only uttered inhushed tones or euphemism.Make a Connection: Play on apreviously defined word. Explain whythis word is now taboo.Skip the Build a Word phase.In the conversation, explore the taboo.Using this word dims our chancefor survival. Using it has direconsequences.Make a Connection: Play on apreviously defined word. Explain whyusing it makes survival difficult.Skip the Build a Word phase.In the conversation, explorethe concession made for survival.A foolish risk(May have outsiders)Finally, tear up the word.What was once common(May have outsiders)(ACTION)TABOOSURVIVAL(ACTION)Standing up(May have outsiders)Finally, tear up the word.In the conversation, explore feelings aboutthe decree.Skip the Build a Word phase.Make a Connection: Pick a previouslydefined word. Explain why the decreewas made to abandon it.Moment of truth(May have outsiders)In the conversation, explore the label.Skip the Build a Word phase.Make a Connection: Play on apreviously defined word. Explain whyusing it now labels us.Whether it be from authorityor within, an expectationhas been forged.Some words are best left unspoken.Using this word has become abadge we wear. Is it a point ofpride, or something we aretrying to hide?(ACTION)DECREE(ACTION)LABELNew conventionsFinally, tear up the word.In the conversation, explore the disuse.Skip the Build a Word phase.Make a Connection: Pick a previouslydefined word. Explain why weno longer use the word.A word which once was common isgradually forgotten.Perhaps the reason we spokeabout it has faded away,or we’ve intentionally left it behind.(ACTION)DISUSEA time for courage(May have outsiders)When things look their darkest,this is what we sayto remember who we are.UNITYSAYINGA moment of hopein the darknessWe see a beam of hope.When things are most dire,we turn to this.SYMBOLOF HOPEWords to live byWhat is the promise and what isthe phrase we say to give it?A special kind of promise madein the Isolation.Exchanging words as a bond tohave and hold. The act of sayingthese words carries intention andconsequence.PROMISEDialect Printable Cards. Page 19.Age 3 Cards 1

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A strange gift(May have outsiders)In the conversation, explore this newsource for our language.Skip the Build a Word phase.Make a Connection: Pick a previouslydefined word. Explain how a group thatpreviously did not use this word has begunusing it. This group may be either internalor external to the Isolation.Out of the blue, we hear a word.Our word.Said by someone we did not expect.(ACTION)A NEWSOURCERifts made permanentIn the conversation, explore the fracture.Skip the Build a Word phase.Make a Connection: Pick a previouslydefined word. Explain why a group hasstopped using this word.A group defines itself bynot using one of our words.(ACTION)FRACTURESkip the Build a Word phase.Build a Word: Make a new wordto replace the chosen one, using the“Create a Word” rules in the rulebook.In the conversation, explore theperceptions around this word.Shaping our own future(May have outsiders)What we know to be true(May have outsiders)Skip the Build a Word phase.Make a Connection: Play on apreviously defined word. Explainhow using this word changes others’perception of the speaker.Using this word carries a weight.When we say it,people form an image and itchanges what they think of us.(ACTION)PERCEPTIONSAn inheritance(May have outsiders)Write both meanings onthe Language Item.Skip the Build a Word phase.Make a Connection: Pick a previouslydefined word. Explain why a change inthe community has caused some peopleto ascribe different meaning to it.As tensions rise, voices clash.Even among ourselves, we ascribenew meaning to old words andconfusion spreads.(ACTION)MISUNDERSTANDINGAn honest mistake(May have outsiders)Make a Connection: Play on apreviously defined word. Explain howwe teach this word to those who don’tyet know.Make a Connection: Pick a previouslydefined word. Explain why a foreignword for this concept has infiltrated ourlanguage.In the conversation, explore passing onthis word.Children, newcomers,opportunities to pass onour language. Even now, we arecompelled to do so.(ACTION)They start as whispers,but they grow. Voices thataren’t our own gain prominencein the community.(ACTION)WHAT WEPASS ONWHAT WEBRING INDialect Printable Cards. Page 21.Age 3 Cards 2

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ORThe shame that comes with loss.Choose one option for yourfinal narrated epilogue.It may be about your characteror the Isolation as a whole.End your story.Something the outsidersstand to learn.ORComing across the rubble and ruin.Choose one option for yourfinal narrated epilogue.It may be about your characteror the Isolation as a whole.End your story.How you will be remembered.Cast out, again and again.OROut of the ash, a seedling sprouts.ORA moment of déjà vu.ORSaying goodbye to whatwas once normal.ORTensions between you and theoutsiders.A feeling of relief in your new life.As the walls come crumbling down.ORA ritual for the dead.ORContempt for the outsiders’ ways.Choose one option for yourfinal narrated epilogue.It may be about your characteror the Isolation as a whole.End your story.A hard decision made in secret.ORORORSharing a memory ofthe old ways.ORWhat can be learned from therubble and ruin.An assumption the outsidersmake about you.A grave misunderstanding.Choose one option for yourfinal narrated epilogue.It may be about your characteror the Isolation as a whole.End your story.Choose one option for yourfinal narrated epilogue.It may be about your characteror the Isolation as a whole.End your story.Choose one option for yourfinal narrated epilogue.It may be about your characteror the Isolation as a whole.End your story.Dialect Printable Cards. Page 23.Legacy Cards

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