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A [[system]] member who looks around the [[headspace]] for system members who are wandering around or may be lost, and undiscovered headspace locations.
A '''scout''' is a [[headmate]] that looks around the [[headspace]] for others headmates that are lost or hidden, or new locations. They may be the only one capable of accessing restricted areas. Some may be able to fight back against internal threats too. They are more common in large systems (either in headmate count, headspace size, or both), but aren't exclusive.
 
==Related Terms==
Scouts often report back to [[archivist|archivists]] and [[overseer|overseers]], and [[Receptionist|receptionists]] may be on hand to welcome the newly found headmates if and when they decide to make themselves known to the rest of the system.

Revision as of 04:13, 29 April 2021

scout (adj.)
Synonymsseeker (n., adj.)
Applies toheadmates
CoinerHeadspace Connections

A scout is a headmate that looks around the headspace for others headmates that are lost or hidden, or new locations. They may be the only one capable of accessing restricted areas. Some may be able to fight back against internal threats too. They are more common in large systems (either in headmate count, headspace size, or both), but aren't exclusive.

Related Terms

Scouts often report back to archivists and overseers, and receptionists may be on hand to welcome the newly found headmates if and when they decide to make themselves known to the rest of the system.