I'm writing a scene where my 4 characters, ranging from mid/late teens to early 20s, are on the run from the Sanctuary (the dystopian silo-like place they've been trapped in until they escape about 20% through the book). They're currently camping out in the woods, which are infested with mutated animals that are basically monsters. Currently they're in a clearing in a somewhat elevated area where they can keep an eye out, and they also have a couple of vicious wolf-like monsters that they've trained as guard dogs, so they aren't in immediate danger - however, they still need to keep their guard up and play things safe. To pass the time and bond as a group while stopping for the night, they play a game similar to truth or dare. (Slightly different rules, but the concepts of confessions and dares are the same). I want to use the scene to have the characters interact in ways that push their boundaries, allow them to bond in unlikely ways, and have them learn new things about each other, but not in a way that's breakfast club style corny. But I'm feeling a little stuck on the actual dares and questions. I do have the MC get dared to kiss one of the guys in the group, and it's her first kiss ever (she's very sheltered due to being stuck in the Sanctuary for so long and not being able to freely live a normal life). But I don't want to have ALL the dares involve kissing or romantic/sexual stuff, and I also need to keep the dares plausible - due to the nature of the creatures lurking in the depths of the forests, I can't go with dares that would be loud or dangerous or potentially deadly. In terms of the "truth" questions, I want to be able to lead in to a conversation where my MC realizes that she's kind of a passive/bland person due to not being free to cultivate her own identity, and where she realizes that she wants to push her boundaries more. But I don't know how to have a question that would lead to something profound like that without it seeming corny. I also would like to use this as an opportunity to delve deeper into the layers of the other characters too ,but am drawing a blank. I played a ton of Truth or Dare when I was a teenager, but the dares were always things like prank calls (not applicable to their situation), embarrassingly loud singing (too dangerous when they're laying somewhat low), stripping or sexual stuff (I do have one kiss dare, but don't want to overdo it repeatedly), or dares that actually did involve things like going out deep into the woods into scary caves etc (which would be too dangerous in their situation). If it helps, here are my characters in the scene: -- My MC girl, 16, has been sheltered in the Sanctuary for a really long time, has always yearned to be free and is very brave, but also hasn't had the ability to cultivate her own sense of self, so isn't that strong with who she is --Her friend, the guy she was dared to kiss, who grew up in a village on the outside of the Sanctuary and was able to help guide them away from it after they escaped. He was raised in a way that made him very intuitive, creative, and sort of spiritual but not in a religious way --Two slightly older characters (early 20s), a guy and a girl who are romantically together, who my MC knew from the Sanctuary. They were her bullies in the Sanctuary and they initially hated each other, but became allies when they had the opportunity to escape. They're both very tough and dominant types. The guy is more ego-driven and always has a need to be the leader and prove himself, while the girl is very strategical and smart and has sort of a playfully sadistic personality.