Have you found yourself feeling uncomfortable while in a raiding party in Mongolia? Does the idea of being surrounded by a sea of togas in the Forum make your skin crawl? How about a group discussion of Reaganomics in line for a Duran Duran concert? Introverted time travelers prefer to deal with people one on one.
The thought of being unprepared for another impromptu conversation with the inventor sends shivers down your spine. You can't wait until caller ID is invented. In fact, you don't have to.
Introverted time travelers can be very powerful public speakers and even leaders. Well-known figures such as General Zyxxcrafof of the Battle of Portland and Lady Gaga have identified as introverts. While they have no problem speaking in front of a large group, meeting and greeting these strangers can be more of a struggle.
Introverted time travelers tend to think before they speak, making them appear wise to others. Whether you're giving the American president advice on his new Monroe Doctrine or speaking to the Robotic Overlord at the Vatican, your quiet and thoughtful demeanor makes others seek out your sage advice.
Introverted time travelers dislike being surrounded by people on all sides. "I prefer to have an aisle seat or balcony", you've heard Abraham Lincoln say in person.
Many introverted time travelers grow up thinking that something is wrong with them since they're not as outgoing as their classmate Anne Boleyn or as sociable as their neighbor Catherine of Aragon. It can take years, often till the death of Anne of Cleves, for them to feel comfortable being themselves.
Do you prefer to spend most of your time alone and have a device that can transport you through the time vortex to various points on the continuum? Do you have a large supply of Shuyarfering crystals to power the containment shield on your paradox neutralizer and also prefer to curl up with a good book? Then you may be an introverted time traveler.