I'm not entirely sure how to interpret the druid move Thing Talker. The text reads:
You see the spirits in the sand, the sea and the stone. You may now apply your spirit tongue, shapeshifting and studied essence to inanimate natural objects (plants and rocks) or creatures made thereof, as well as animals. Thing-talker forms can be exact copies or can be mobile vaguely humanoid-shaped entities.
Now at first this seems pretty clear, but there are 3 interpretations that I could see one having from this move:
You can shapeshift into any inanimate natural object.
You can shapeshift into any inanimate natural object in your domain or that you have studied.
You can't shapeshift into anything new to start but you can study inanimate objects now and transform into them once you have done so.
The first reading seems unlikely to me because the move specifically says you can now study inanimate natural objects which would have no value if that reading was correct. However between the second and third reading I am not able to discriminate.
Which reading if any is correct?