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Cultural VariationPlay
Talismans can differ by culture, embodying local beliefs and history. SlideIn Japan, many drivers have a maneki-neko talisman for good luck.
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Not Just SuperstitionPlay
A talisman can have personal significance beyond superstition, like a family heirloom. SlideHer grandmother's ring was a talisman symbolizing her family's love.
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Physical FeaturesPlay
Talismans often have symbols or inscriptions believed to hold power. SlideThe talisman had ancient runes believed to ward off evil.