Bridged Sidesystems

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bridged sidesystems (n.)
Synonymslinked sidesystems
Applies tosystems, system functions
CoinerThe Icarus System

A bridged sidesystem, can also be called a linked sidesystem, is a type of sidesystem that is parallel but has some kind of bridge between the sidesystems that allows headmates to travel from one sidesystem to another easily, they could be seen as a literal bridge or something that act like a bridge and all of the sidesystems are within one body

Much like normal sidesystem there may be a "main system" that most of the common fronters come from, or all sidesystems may function equally.

This term can also be used to describe a system that may be connected to another outside system directly, those would be called linked or bridged systems

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The term was coined on the 26th of August 2021 by tumblr user icarusoblivion[1]

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