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  • 23:21, 15 January 2022Front Anchor (hist | edit) ‎[858 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_noun = true | usage_function = true | usage_headmate = true | forms = front-anchored (v.) | coiner = [https://mobile.twitter.com/quicksilver_sys/status/1482208398821113856?s=20 The Quicksilver System]}} A '''front anchor''' is a headmate who is stuck, either long-term or permanently, in the front. Other headmates can co-front alongside them, but will not be able to front alone. ==Related Terms== In a system w...")
  • 23:03, 15 January 2022Liminal Anchor (hist | edit) ‎[604 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_noun = true | usage_function = true | usage_headmate = true | forms = liminally-anchored (v.) | coiner = [https://mobile.twitter.com/quicksilver_sys/status/1482208398821113856?s=20 The Quicksilver System]}} A '''liminal anchor''' is a headmate who is stuck, either long-term or permanently, in the liminal front. Other headmates can co-front alongside them, but will not be able to front alone. Category:Fronting Terms C...")
  • 22:57, 15 January 2022Liminal Front (hist | edit) ‎[662 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_noun = true | usage_function = true | coiner = [https://mobile.twitter.com/quicksilver_sys/status/1482208398821113856?s=20 The Quicksilver System]}} The '''liminal front''' is a location within a system that is seen as a liminal space between the inner and outer world that headmates occupy while fronting. Being in the liminal front feels like having one foot in each world as opposed to being disconnected entirely from one. The l...")
  • 23:54, 13 January 2022Scriptwriter (hist | edit) ‎[622 bytes]ClusterBrains (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_noun = | form_noun = | usage_verb = | form_verb = | usage_adverb = | form_adverb = | usage_adjective = | usage_headmate = yes | synonyms = | coiner = Anonymous Coiner }} A '''Scriptwriter''' is a headmate that “scripts”, masks, or forces other headmates to act a certain way. They can have varying levels of control over the people the script for, ranging from only being able to suggest the scripts to fully controlling headmates to conform t...")
  • 23:50, 13 January 2022Scripted Group (hist | edit) ‎[610 bytes]ClusterBrains (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_noun = | form_noun = | usage_verb = | form_verb = | usage_adverb = | form_adverb = | usage_adjective = | form_adjective = | image = | image caption = | synonyms = | coiner = Anonymous Coiner | usage_function = yes }} A '''Scripted Group''' is a group of people, usually a subsystem, considering of at least one scriptwriter and one or multiple scripted headmates. A scriptwriter may not front at all, instead assisting scripted headmates...")
  • 23:47, 13 January 2022Scripted Headmate (hist | edit) ‎[483 bytes]ClusterBrains (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_noun = | form_noun = | usage_verb = | form_verb = | usage_adverb = | form_adverb = | usage_adjective = | form_adjective = | image = | image caption = | usage_headmate = yes | coiner = Anonymous Coiner }} A '''Scripted Headmate''' is a person a scriptwriter has influence and/or control over. Scripted headmates usually, but not always, are dependent on scriptwriters. Scripted headmates can range from fully sentient people to non sentient frag...")
  • 23:27, 10 January 2022Xiavactspace (hist | edit) ‎[504 bytes]Vampirflügel (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_noun = yes | usage_headspace = yes | coiner = HerbPhoenix }} A '''xiavactspace''' is a headspace where external interactions actually happen within the innerworld. The person or thing that is interacting with the body can show up in some way, such as a hologram, to affect the headspace before disappearing again. This can be from someone/thing physically interacting with the body or it could be through roleplay. The feeling within the headspace is...") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 16:36, 10 January 2022Nightmare Defense (hist | edit) ‎[3,510 bytes]Kodachi86 (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | term = Nightmare Defense | synonyms = Nocturnal Protector | usage_noun = Yes | usage_system = Yes | usage_headmate = Yes | usage_function = Yes }} Nightmare Defense, or Nocturnal Protector, describes a role and a system function in which a single system member, or a team of system members, are tasked with the role of defending sleeping headmates from nightmares and Nightmare Entities. Nightmare Defense teams have multiple ways to protect sleeping headmates fr...") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 07:17, 10 January 2022Ageswinging (hist | edit) ‎[484 bytes]ClusterBrains (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_noun = | form_noun = | usage_verb = | form_verb = | usage_adverb = | form_adverb = | usage_adjective = | form_adjective = | image = | image caption = | usage_headmate = yes | synonyms = | coiner = | origin = | forms = }} '''Ageswinging''' is used to describe when a system member's age rapidly swings from one or multiple ages to another.<ref>https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vJonGM0Bty8GyoikofIkGPFr4qhmaPk4aRoxrBnyluE/mobilebasic#h.mv7kyqdj5...")
  • 07:13, 10 January 2022Polyage (hist | edit) ‎[852 bytes]ClusterBrains (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | term = | usage_noun = | form_noun = | usage_verb = | form_verb = | usage_adverb = | form_adverb = | usage_adjective = | form_adjective = | image = | image caption = | usage_system = | usage_headmate = yes | synonyms = | coiner = Unknown | origin = | forms = | alt = | simple = | form_system = | form_headmate = | usage_headspace = | form_headspace = | form_function = | child = | embed = | usage_pronoun = | abovestyle = | landscape = | im...")
  • 07:06, 10 January 2022Vardian (hist | edit) ‎[662 bytes]ClusterBrains (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_noun = | form_noun = | usage_verb = | form_verb = | usage_adverb = | form_adverb = | usage_adjective = | form_adjective = | image = | image caption = | usage_system = yes | synonyms = Vardic, Vardial | coiner = September Sanctuary | origin = | forms = | usage_function = yes }} '''Vardian''' is when a system experiences a sudden shift in their identity, the way they function, and/or their front roster. This is a not a complete system reset, but...")
  • 07:01, 10 January 2022Constellation Switching (hist | edit) ‎[695 bytes]ClusterBrains (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_noun = | form_noun = | usage_verb = | form_verb = | usage_adverb = | form_adverb = | usage_adjective = | usage_system = yes | usage_headmate = yes | synonyms = Constellation Fronting | coiner = September Sanctuary | usage_function = yes }} '''Constellation Switching''' is when members from two or more distinct groups simultaneously front. This can result in a “divided” feeling, or something akin to shadowing. When members from two or more distin...")
  • 23:08, 9 January 2022Mutineer (hist | edit) ‎[826 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | term = | image = | alt = | image caption = | synonyms = | forms = | usage_noun = yes | usage_verb = | usage_adverb = | usage_adjective = yes | usage_system = | usage_headmate = yes | usage_function = | usage_sourced = | specific_partitionary_systems = | specific_median_systems = | form_noun = | form_verb = | form_adverb = | form_adjective = | coiner = Caenas (Flexacone Pack) | origin = }} A '''mutineer''' is a headmate working against a ...")
  • 20:23, 9 January 2022Front Block (hist | edit) ‎[826 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_noun = yes | usage_function = yes | usage_verb = yes | usage_adjective = yes | coiner = Petrichor Voices}} Sometimes, information in the innerworld is blocked from being brought to front. For example, a walk-in may clearly recall their exomemories when not fronting, but be unable to remember them when fronting. One possible reason for such a '''front block''' is preventing the front from being overloaded with information. Another...") originally created as "Front block"
  • 20:08, 9 January 2022Trichogenic (hist | edit) ‎[424 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_adjective = yes | usage_system = yes | usage_headmate = yes | forms = trichagenic | coiner = ClusterHug Chronicles }} '''Trichogenic/Trichagenic''' refers to systems or headmates whose origins are in some way tied to trichotillomania and/or trichophagia.<ref>https://metltzis-terms.carrd.co/#plural</ref> == References == Category:System Origins Category:Terms")
  • 20:02, 9 January 2022Queergenic (hist | edit) ‎[626 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_adjective = yes | usage_system = yes | usage_headmate = yes | forms = queeragenic | coiner = ClusterHug Chronicles }} '''Queergenic/Queeragenic''' is a xeno-origin for systems or headmates formed or strongly influenced by queer/LGBTQ+.<ref>https://metltzis-terms.carrd.co/#plural</ref> Category:Terms Category:Terms that apply to systems [[Category:Terms that apply to headmates]...")
  • 19:58, 9 January 2022Personagenic (hist | edit) ‎[367 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_adjective = yes | usage_system = yes | usage_headmate = yes | coiner = ClusterHug Chronicles }} '''Personagenic''' systems or headmates are formed in some way from the concept of sub-personalities.<ref>https://metltzis-terms.carrd.co/#plural</ref> == References == Category:System Origins Category:Terms")
  • 19:54, 9 January 2022Drakagenic (hist | edit) ‎[537 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_adjective = yes | usage_system = yes | usage_headmate = yes | forms = drakeagenic | coiner = ClusterHug Chronicles }} '''Drakagenic/Drakeagenic''' is a xeno-origin relating to dragons. A drakagenic system or headmate could have been formed from or heavily influenced by being dragonkin or due to dragon-related hyperfixations, but the term is not limited to that.<ref>https://metltzis-terms.carrd.co/#plu...")
  • 11:04, 9 January 2022Anxieform (hist | edit) ‎[271 bytes]Vulpin (talk | contribs) (Created page) Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 11:02, 9 January 2022Hypernumeren (hist | edit) ‎[304 bytes]Vulpin (talk | contribs) (Created page) Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 10:52, 9 January 2022System Name (hist | edit) ‎[280 bytes]Vulpin (talk | contribs) (Created page) Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 22:17, 8 January 2022Curtain (hist | edit) ‎[693 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_noun = yes | usage_function = yes | usage_verb = yes | usage_adjective = | forms = curtained (adj.) | coiner = Flexacone Pack}} '''Curtains''' are memory or communication barriers that are based on location in a system rathern than around headmates or groups of headmates. Anyone passing through a curtain may have to leave some memories behind, and communication may not be possible through a curt...")
  • 02:42, 8 January 2022Interpreter (hist | edit) ‎[555 bytes]The Garden Collective (talk | contribs) (Created page with "A Headmate with the role of an Interpreter benefits the system by being able to interpret the necessities of non-verbal or semi-verbal headmates. They can serve as Negotiators in situations where a headmate may be easily misinterpreted. It’s not uncommon for Interpreters to be limited in languages foreign of their own so they’ll either depend on body language or hold a strong enough bond to unders...") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted originally created as "Interpreters"
  • 02:40, 8 January 2022Translator (hist | edit) ‎[495 bytes]The Garden Collective (talk | contribs) (Created page with "A Headmate with the role of a Translator benefits a system by being able to efficiently translate for their fellow Headmates and possibly others. Translators can be found in systems with Headmates who speak in a foreign language including but not limited to Enderman or the Standard Galactic Alphabet. Translators may double as Interpreters if presented with non-verbal or semi-verbal headmates.") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 02:37, 8 January 2022Pediagenic (hist | edit) ‎[502 bytes]The Garden Collective (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Pediagenic serves as a xeno-origin for head-mates who formed with the purpose of holding information in an evidently beneficial way. Pediagenic can serve as the origin for headmates with roles such as a Translator or Interpreter. It’s also not uncommon for headmates with this origin to form from sources such as search engines, dictionaries, and the like.") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 00:27, 8 January 2022Aspectral (hist | edit) ‎[1,319 bytes]Nathyl Polyplex (talk | contribs) (New term)
  • 00:11, 8 January 2022Debugger (hist | edit) ‎[793 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Content Warning|about=abuse}}{{Term | usage_noun = yes | usage_headmate = yes | coiner = Flexacone Pack }} '''Debuggers''' are protectors that make sure the system does not slip back into old patterns of abuse (or rather, being abused). They counteract headmates such as Instructed-Persecutors, Double Agents and fawn response holders. Debuggers may have or gain some control over their system in order to overwrite ano...")
  • 23:47, 7 January 2022Atrium System (hist | edit) ‎[733 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_noun = yes | usage_system = yes | usage_function = yes | synonyms = comb system | coiner = Flexacone Pack }} An '''atrium system''' (or comb system) is one with limited memory sharing. There is a seperate reservoir of fronting memory that only contains memories made in front and is accessible while fronting. These memories may be detailed or spotty. Atrium systems may have front blocks in place at all times, making a headmate hav...")
  • 10:13, 7 January 2022Role Rebound (hist | edit) ‎[1,339 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_noun = yes | usage_headmate = yes | coiner = Flexacone Pack}} The process of carrying out their role may affect a headmate's ability to fulfil their role or the underlying purpose. This may come with a time delay, limiting the amount of time a headmate may carry out their role. This '''rebound''' may be related to the role itself, an independent condition of the headmate, or even Intra-System Relationships. Role rebound can be...")
  • 09:59, 7 January 2022Front Feedback (hist | edit) ‎[785 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_noun = yes | usage_system = yes | usage_headmate = yes | coiner = Flexacone Pack}} While fronting, a headmate can have an effect on their own fronting status and ability. This can be '''positive feedback''' (an aspect of fronting causes the headmate to front for longer) or '''negative feedback''' (an aspect fronting causes the headmate to switch out). Front feedback can be actively caused, for example by engaging wit...")
  • 05:20, 7 January 2022Hyperfixation Host (hist | edit) ‎[940 bytes]ClusterBrains (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | term = | usage_noun = | form_noun = | usage_verb = | form_verb = | usage_adverb = | form_adverb = | usage_adjective = | form_adjective = | image = | image caption = | usage_headmate = yes | synonyms = Hyperhost | coiner = Cluster Brains }} A '''Hyperfixatoon Host''' is a member who becomes host due to hyperfixation, usually a fictive from a source the system is hyperfixating on. This role is usually temporary and the hyperfixation...")
  • 23:14, 6 January 2022Physiogenic (hist | edit) ‎[664 bytes]SoulsLabyrinth (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_adjective = Yes | usage_system = Yes | usage_headmate = Yes | coiner = Our World's End Gate }} '''Physiogenic''' refers to a system formed from chronic pain and/or a physical disability. A physiogenic system may have additional origins related to their chronic pain and/or disability. For example, if a physiogenic system viewed trauma due to their disability or experiences stress due to it, they may also be traumagenic or stre...") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 23:08, 6 January 2022Origin-Agnostic (hist | edit) ‎[1,018 bytes]SoulsLabyrinth (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_adjective = Yes | usage_system = Yes | coiner = Panopticon }} '''Origin-agnostic''' is a term for systems that don't know the specifics of their origins. === History === {{Content Warning|about=the mentions of cults}} Origin-agnostic was coined by Panopticon; a system that has since become infamous for attempting to start multiple online cults. LB Lee wrote a book detailing their harassment and online cults in 2019. This book, titl...") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 22:52, 6 January 2022Origin-Flippant (hist | edit) ‎[910 bytes]SoulsLabyrinth (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_adjective = Yes | usage_system = Yes | coiner = Our World's End Gate and The Nilda Alliance | origin = Blossom }} '''Origin-flippant''' is a label for systems that don't know, don't care about, or don't want to label their origins. === History === The term was coined by Our World's End Gate and The Nilda Alliance in the summer of 2020. It was discussed and posted in Blossom's Discord server shortly before being posted t...") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 06:21, 5 January 2022Age Cloudy (hist | edit) ‎[821 bytes]ClusterBrains (talk | contribs) (:3)
  • 21:57, 4 January 2022Fracturing (hist | edit) ‎[805 bytes]ClusterBrains (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | term = | usage_noun = | form_noun = | usage_verb = | form_verb = | usage_adverb = | form_adverb = | usage_adjective = | form_adjective = | usage_system = | usage_headmate = yes | coiner = The Old Blood Brotherhood | usage_function = | specific_partitionary_systems = | specific_median_systems = }} '''Fracturing''' is a process where a system member fractures into multiple fragments, usually in high amounts. Sometimes, but not always, this causes...")
  • 22:31, 3 January 2022/iw (hist | edit) ‎[241 bytes]Vampirflügel (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_headspace = yes | usage_particle = yes }} '''/iw''' is a tone indicator meaning innerworld, which can be used to indicate an action or sentence is relating to or meant for something or someone in the innerworld.") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 18:03, 3 January 2022Museum (hist | edit) ‎[768 bytes]Kodachi86 (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Stub}}{{Term | term = Museum | usage_noun = Yes | usage_system = Yes }} A Museum is a place that serves as safekeeping for Artifacts found by Archaeologists for the purpose of education and keeping a historical record. While a museum brings to mind external world examples including fossils and art, museums can be just about anything in an internal world. These can be large environments such as parks, houses, etc. or as small as...") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 17:50, 3 January 2022Archaeologist (hist | edit) ‎[2,305 bytes]Kodachi86 (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | term = Archaeologist | synonyms = Excavator, prospector | usage_noun = Yes | usage_system = Yes | usage_headmate = Yes | coiner = The Etheridge Collective }} An Archaeologist is a system member whose role it is to collect Artifacts left behind from other system members whom have walked out, faded, have entered a long-term dormancy, or otherwise left the system's ranks to reside elsewhere in the headspace for the s...") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 17:08, 3 January 2022Prioritization (hist | edit) ‎[2,140 bytes]Kodachi86 (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | term = Prioritization | synonyms = First concern, preference, precedence | forms = Prioritizing | usage_noun = Yes | usage_system = Yes | usage_headmate = Yes | usage_function = Yes }} '''Prioritization,''' or '''Prioritizing,''' describes a system function in which the system picks up on a system member's stress and makes it a priority to get them the help they need; this can range from a small gesture such as directing one or more members to that...") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 13:51, 3 January 2022Adraneian (hist | edit) ‎[470 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Content Warning|about=system member death}} {{Term | usage_adjective = yes | usage_headmate = yes | coiner = Flexacone Pack }} '''Adraneian''' headmates are those that ones were part of a system but no longer are. This may be due to fading, fusion, or spliting into ecliptives. This term can also be used to described Walk Outs, but us not meant to refer to temporary headmates such as active walk-ins/exobonds.")
  • 12:46, 3 January 2022Proinean (hist | edit) ‎[537 bytes]Flexacone (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Content Warning|about=dormancy}} {{Term | usage_adjective = yes | usage_headmate = yes | usage_function = yes | synonyms = proinmate }} '''Proinean''' headmates are ones that are dormant and have been for a while. It is not certain whether or not '''proinmates''' will return to the system or when. A group of headmates or subsystem may also be '''proinean''', especially if their dormancy is linked and the whole group will collectively come out of dorma...")
  • 10:39, 3 January 2022Dualfactive (hist | edit) ‎[591 bytes]Sea Seekers (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | noun = yes | adjective = yes | synonyms = Duofactive (n., adj.) | term = Dualfactive (n., adj.) | embed = it's a nice purple color, don't y'think? | usage_noun = yes | usage_adjective = yes | usage_headmate = yes | coiner = Sea Seekers | usage_sourced = yes | form_noun = yes | form_adjective = yes | forms = }} A '''Dualfactive''' or '''Duofactive''' is the state of being two (2) factives at once, or having two (2) factive identities. This can be du...") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 10:34, 2 January 2022Dualfictive (hist | edit) ‎[647 bytes]Sea Seekers (talk | contribs) (Created Duofictive/Dualfictive) Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 02:50, 2 January 2022Compartmentalized Structure (hist | edit) ‎[901 bytes]ClusterBrains (talk | contribs) (.)
  • 02:46, 2 January 2022Compartmentbased (hist | edit) ‎[561 bytes]ClusterBrains (talk | contribs) (.)
  • 17:11, 1 January 2022Age sticky (hist | edit) ‎[631 bytes]Reminiscent (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | usage_adjective = yes | usage_headmate = yes | coiner = Reminiscent System }} '''Age sticky''' is a form of age sliding where a headmate's age may advance and/or regress for a short period of time but eventually reverts back to their 'default' age or age group, if the alter in question is agehazy or doesn't identify with a specific age. 'Default' referring to the age or age group the headmate presents as most often. Category:Age-Related Te...") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 19:49, 31 December 2021Merchant (hist | edit) ‎[569 bytes]RouletteWheel (talk | contribs) (Added the term "merchant") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 19:47, 30 December 2021Artifacts (hist | edit) ‎[2,604 bytes]Kodachi86 (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | term = Artifacts | synonyms = Instinct Shards | usage_noun = Yes | usage_system = Yes | usage_headmate = Yes | usage_function = Yes | coiner = The Etheridge Collective }} Artifacts are fragments or pieces leftover from a system member that used to be part of the system, only in this case, fragments, pieces, shards in context do not refer to headmates with limited roles or otherwise limited sentience that hold memories. Rather, Artifacts ''are'' memorie...") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
  • 18:51, 30 December 2021Successor (hist | edit) ‎[2,809 bytes]Kodachi86 (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Term | term = Successor | synonyms = Heir, Inheritor | usage_noun = Yes | usage_system = Yes | usage_headmate = Yes | usage_function = Yes | coiner = The Etheridge Collective }} A '''Successor''', or '''succeeding system member(s)''', are system members that have been designated with the host role, whether it's before, during, or after a Host Transfer Period. Depending on the orderly fashion (or lack thereof) of the transfer of responsibilities/power. This d...") Tags: Removed redirect Replaced Undo Visual edit: Switched Blanking Visual edit New redirect Manual revert Redirect target changed Rollback Reverted
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