Disciplinarian

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disciplinarian (n.)
Applies toheadmates
CoinerGladiolus System

A disciplinarian is a type of protector headmate who disciplines other headmates with good intentions to promote better behavior.

A disciplinarian might not front to deal with outside threats. It may be a specialty of theirs instead of having to deal with the world. They may hear from another person in command, like the host or a gatekeeper, to punish headmates who may have acted out of line or against system rules. This may allow another protector to focus on external threats, while the disciplinarian punishes inside threats.

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Enforcers play a similar role, but they are more often directly instructed by abusers to do their job, unlike disciplinarians. Imprisoners may be seen as a subtype of disciplinarian.