From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary

For a headmate's headspace appearance, see soma

For the process of forming a new headmate, see formation

form (n.)
Applies toheadmates

Daemonism Definition[edit | edit source]

A dæmon's form is the shape it takes in projection, typically an animal. Dæmon forms settle over time as one form, but before that they are shapeshifters.

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Tulpamancy Definition[edit | edit source]

The term form is also commonly used in the tulpa community to refer to any headmate's (tulpa original, or other) innerworld appearance. Their form may be anything they desire, and they may or may not change their form over time as their preferences change. They could also not have any form at all.[1]

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