Maliciogenic

From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
maliciogenic (n., adj.)
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Applies tosystems
OriginThe Icarus System, The Nelson System.

Maliciogenic refers to a headmate, subsystem, or otherwise that falls under created, willogenic and/or parogenic umbrellas, but specifies that they were created by another headmate with malicious intent.[1]

For example, it could be that said headmate decided to create another headmate/subsystem/etc in order to cause uncertainty or instability in the system, or with the intent to harm the system or those within it in some way.

History[edit | edit source]

The term was coined on September 3, 2021 by Tumblr user icarusoblivion and Discord user thenelsonsystem#0156.

The flag was created on the same day by thenelsonsystem#0156 with the help of icarusoblivion. It is inspired by the willogenic, parogenic and created flags.

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