Spontaneous

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spontaneous (adj.)
A square flag divided into seven diagonal stripes, the middle one being slimmer than the rest and white. The top three are shades of green, and the bottom three are shades of brown.
Synonymsspontagenic (adj.)
Applies tosystems, headmates
CoinerEmmengard

Spontaneous refers to systems that formed suddenly without a particular cause. This can happen in various ways, such as dissociation, or walk-ins.

Spontaneous is one of the four plural rings, and can be combined with other terms to describe mixed-origin systems.

History[edit | edit source]

It was coined with created & adaptive labels by Emmengard in 2019.

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Spontaneous systems are distinguished from other types such as traumagenic or parogenic, as they don't necessarily have any trauma, and were not created deliberately or via thought-based means. Some spontaneously formed systems may also have spiritual origins as well, or had existed since birth.

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The flag's colors are associated with nature, as the creator, Grey Skies, states that some plants seem to spring up from out of nowhere.