Housekeeper

From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
housekeeper (n., adj.)
Synonymsmaid
Applies toheadmates
CoinerCloudy Nights System

A housekeeper is a system member who will typically clean or take care of chores either out of comfort, responsibility, or other various reasons. A housekeeper usually will front when a mess upsets them or if there are chores to be completed or other various reasons. They don't typically mind cleaning messes, dishes, whatever it may be and find themselves at the very least a whole lot calmer once it's been finished. If they are stuck in messy environments they can be seen to get uncomfortable, but aren't necessarily perfectionists.

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A housekeeper is a kind of steward, and is similar to assidumate.