Ringed Subsystem

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ringed subsystem (n., adj.)
Applies tomedian systems, system functions
CoinerThe Indigo Orrery

A ringed subsystem is a type of median subsystem like a ringed planet where there is one core identity and a rotating ring of differences applied to the core identity.[1]

Subtypes[edit | edit source]

Some subtypes of ringed subsystems were coined by Remus in Capri Suns & Gushers🍒🐙 (on Plurgai).[2] They are chariklo subsystems, haumea subsystems and chiron subsystems.

Some subtypes were coined by the Flexacone Pack: conical, cycloidal, spherical, torsional, and borromean subsystems.

Chariklo Subsystem[edit | edit source]

A chariklo subsystem is a type of ringed subsystem where it mixes in with the core identities' kintypes, causing each orbiting difference in the ring to hold a kintype.

Haumea or Torsional Subsystem[edit | edit source]

A haumea or torsional subsystem is a type of ringed subsystem where it mixes in with the core identities' genders, causing each orbiting difference in the ring to hold a gender.

Chiron or Borromean Subsystem[edit | edit source]

A chiron subsystem is a type of ringed subsystem where there are two or more rotating rings of differences, which causes the subsystem to look a lot like a fractal and every front in that subsystem is different. In a borromean subsystem several rings interact with and influence each other. If one of the rings dissolves, the interaction also dissolves completely.

Conical Subsystem[edit | edit source]

A conical subsystem is a type of ringed subsystem where the rings hold the core's age ranges, in a median analogue to Snapshots.

Cycloidal Subsystem[edit | edit source]

A cycloidal subsystem is a type of ringed subsystem where the rings hold the core's sociability types (on a scale of extraversion to introversion).

Spherical Subsystem[edit | edit source]

A spherical subsystem is a type of ringed subsystem where the rings hold the core's symptoms, in a median analogue to Symptom Holders.

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