Travel by Bifrost is supposed to be highly reliable.
Loki, inveterate faller, falls off it anyway.
"Their culture is highly trust dependent and relies on being able to predict each other with high degrees of accuracy, so they avoid being unpredictable and rarely break from promises or broadcasted decisions."
"Huh, I guess that's a way to do that."
"I've found it fascinating and a little creepy."
"Have you been there?"
He shakes his head.
"No, but a fairly large delegation has come here and they've shared a decent sampling of their media."
"What are you going to do there?"
"How is tourism a strange sort of fun?"
"How do you play video games oddly?"
"That's valid! A career, in some places!"
"Sometimes it can be a very useful way of thinking."
"What are your other odd hobbies?"
"That's so charming!"
"Is scamming a common problem around here?"
"Anything I should watch out for?"
"There's a bunch of fake betting and a lot of people selling badly repaired salvage street-side that'll explode on you as soon as you look at it sideways. Some people pretend to have inside info on the games. There are some people selling fake magic powers though they tend to scatter if you start seriously looking at whatever they're selling so are easy to spot. Every once in a while you get an idiot who offers cheap passage and then tries to kidnap whoever they're taking off planet, but Tulmire cracks down pretty hard on those so you shouldn't have to worry about them."