Kokarg cards, also known as five-card-find, is a Rendi game that’s used to both settle disagreements and make decisions. It was, as the name implies, developed by the kogarg people.
There are five cards in a set: Feather, Stone, Soul, Staff, and Leaf.
Two sets of cards are needed to solve disagreements; one for each side of the argument.
The cards are shuffled and laid out flat, facing each other.
One player chooses the opponent’s card and the owner of the card flips it (it is considered bad etiquette to flip someone else’s cards). The first one to uncover their opponent’s Soul card is considered the winner.
Each card has its own unique meaning which can be used to make decisions on the way in which to do something.
Feather: The way of the people
Stone: The way that will yield the best long-term results
Soul: The way you wish to do it
Staff: The practical way for the short-term
Leaf: The natural way
They shuffle the cards and lay them out, then flip whichever one they feel most drawn to. That tells them the way to continue.