You have some explaining to do.
As a character-building activity, my D&D group challenged ourselves to assign and illustrate the major arcana with our characters, NPCs, and campaign villains.
My character is Saebi, a penitent paladin with a closet full of skeletons from a long past of crime. Her past came to light all at once in a bar brawl too close to home for her comfort.
The Justice card upright represents truth, fairness, and cause and effect; reversed, it warns of dishonesty and lack of accountability. Years spent running from her past catch up to her in a single moment, and her friends realize they barely know her at all.