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Revision as of 17:05, 11 October 2022 by PhantomThieves (talk | contribs) (It's a cool term but definitely not common enough to be listed in the common terms, also not sure why it was in the introject terms category as the term is meant for non-introjects. Added to Metaphysical terms category as it seems specific to spiritual systems)
duxima (n.)
Other formsDuxitanima
Synonymsbrain-made, non-fictive
Applies toheadmates
CoinerThe Poet Polyplex

Duxima (or duxitanima) refers to a headmate who is duximagenic as a replacement for brain-made, non-fictive, etc.

This means that the duxima is not sourced like a fictive or charabond, for example.

Duxima comes from the latin word "duxit", meaning brought, and "anima", meaning soul.


This term was created by Minho from Satellite within the Poet Polyplex. This term is meant for spiritual systems, like soulbond systems for example.

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