Front Anchor

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front anchor (n.)
Other formsfront-anchored (v.)
Applies toheadmates, system functions
CoinerThe Quicksilver System

A front anchor is a headmate who is stuck, either long-term or permanently, in the front. Other headmates can co-front alongside them, but will not be able to front alone.

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In a system with liminal front, this headmate may be called a liminal anchor.

Front anchors may be considered to be frontstuck, though for them it is part of their system function.

Front anchors may also be Shells/Prisms or Maskers. Systems with a front anchor may not become hollow if the anchor is permanent.