When a agent moves between recursions, it’s called translation. The process of translation does what it sounds like—it changes someone so that they “fits in” to the context of the new recursion. they exchange their current dress, some of their abilities and equipment, and possibly even how they looks, for new clothes and skills that fit the recursion. Translation is not teleportation. It does not involve physical travel. Instead, agents consciousness moves to a newly created physical form appropriate to the context of the recursion they are translating to. In other words, you appears in a new body, with new equipment. When translating to Ardeyn, you might take on the physical form of a qephilim, with chainmail armor, a battleaxe, and a crossbow, even though on Earth you were a librarian with a smartphone. Your race and gender may also change from recursion to recursion.