Tired and bedraggled, the members of the 32nd SET practically drag themselves back through the mists outside of Psyscape. Fortunately for the group, Sis is still carrying the orb of mists and you have very little trouble finding your way back to the city proper.
Once inside, you find that the judges are all booked up -or, in the case of Judge Iasus, out of the city entirely- and you are shown back to your quarters at the Consulate.
With nothing else to occupy you, you have plenty of time for a meal and a night of rest on an honest to goodness bed before figuring out your next steps.
In the morning, you each find a purple-robed attendant waiting outside your door holding a data pad. Each is different: they may be human or dwarf or any of a dozen other heritages, but they each tell you that you have been summoned to the Psychic Academy for a post- deployment evaluation. Perhaps it should not surprise you, but the leadership of Psyscape takes the mental health of its citizens and agents very seriously.
After you complete a few questionnaires, each of you is taken in on your own to meet with the doctor who will perform your evaluation.
As fate would have it, you are each assigned to see "Doctor Runeslayer." When it is your turn, you enter an eclectically decorated room with a thick, pre-rifts style shag rug on the floor and a massive black battleaxe mounted on the wall.
An orc woman who looks roughly the size of a small armored personnel carrier offers you a pleasant smile and invites you to sit down.
"Please, have a seat," she says. "I understand you have been through some rather difficult times of late, and I would like to take some time to talk with you about your experiences."
How it works
Interlude time! Write an interlude about any one of your adventures from your characters point of view. As a reward, you may choose one of three things: (1) a Benny (always useful!), (2) Conviction, or (3) the removal of one minor Hindrance your character picked up after play began.
If you are feeling particularly ambitious, you may write about two experiences and take either another Benny (but not another Conviction, sorry) OR remove a second minor Hindrance. If you do both, you may instead remove one major Hindrance.