From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
incarnagenic (n., adj.)
Applies tosystems, headmates
CoinerThe Nathyl Polyplex

Incarnagenic refers to a member formed through non-harmful merging or splitting of other members, possibly as a blend that manifested. This new member does not necessarily share aspects of the members they originated from. This term can also describe a system largely consisting of members formed in this manner. Coined as an explicitly "non-harmful" alternative to splitting and merging. [1]

Members formed in this manner may be called Incarnamate.

Systems that regularly form incarnagenic members may be considered Incarnatien or Incarnabased.

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  • Incarnagenic members usually start as blends

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