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While the former invokes feelings of belonging, shelter, and secludedness the latter--a recent combination that has not been attested in the Bank of English pre-September 2001--is all about the need to protect, vulnerability, and the feeling of other people wanting to attack.
This is the third main characteristic of play: its secludedness, its limitedness.