From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
leader (n., adj.)
Leader flag: black stripes on the top and bottom, orange stripes beneath and above them, and a yellow stripe in the middle with a black crown emblem.
Leader flag created by the Felight system.
Synonymsadministrator, executive
Applies toheadmates

A leader (lee·dur)[1] is a headmate whose role is to hold executive power. What this means will vary depending on the system. A leader may possess the ability to make important decisions, approve or veto votes, break ties, assign tasks and responsibilities to others, or generally be seen as a voice of guidance and authority. A leader is not a dictator, however: they may be voted into or out of their position depending on their trustworthiness and performance. A leader provides direction and stability, and exhibits positive leadership qualities, such as collaboration, communication, innovation, etc.[2]

Term Origins[edit | edit source]

A leader is defined as “a person or thing that leads; a guiding or directing head.”[3]

Related Terms[edit | edit source]

A leader may or may not serve as a primary fronter/outernaut and/or manager/conductor for their system.

They may control who fronts like a gatekeeper.

If a leader has final say in decisions, they may be considered an ordemate.

Depending on the system’s level of reliance on the leader, they may be considered an officium and/or a main.

History[edit | edit source]

This page was created by the Felight system in April 2023, however, the concepts of systems having a leader or administrator most likely predates this page by many years.

References[edit | edit source]