|fragment (n., v., adj.)|
|Synonyms||unelaborated part (n.)|
A fragment is any headmate that usually does not possess full autonomy, sapience, or identity.
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Many traumagenic systems have multiple trauma holding fragments that later fuse together or into more established headmates. Headmates that are in the process of forming can be referred to as fragments too.
Function fragments are fragments that hold a specific task or job in a system, being generally very effective at accomplishing said job, but unwilling or even unable to think or work outside of their specific purpose. With time, however, they may become demi-members or even full members of the system.