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subsystem [2015/12/05 01:40]
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   - **Anecdotal Observation** – Among [[tulpa|tulpamancy]] systems, a large fraction of the hosts (person making the tulpa/s, sometimes also known as a "​tulpamancer"​) are median subsystems. Similarly, the [[original|originals]] of many systems who have gotten [[walkin|walkins]] are median subsystems.   - **Anecdotal Observation** – Among [[tulpa|tulpamancy]] systems, a large fraction of the hosts (person making the tulpa/s, sometimes also known as a "​tulpamancer"​) are median subsystems. Similarly, the [[original|originals]] of many systems who have gotten [[walkin|walkins]] are median subsystems.
     - **Speculation** – When a median system makes a [[tulpa]] or gets a [[walkin]], the [[tulpa]] or [[walkin]] is not median with the host/​original making the host/​original a median subsystem within the wider system.     - **Speculation** – When a median system makes a [[tulpa]] or gets a [[walkin]], the [[tulpa]] or [[walkin]] is not median with the host/​original making the host/​original a median subsystem within the wider system.
-    - **Anecdotal Observation** – Most [[tulpa|tulpamancy]] hosts who are median subsystems did not realize it till some time after making a [[tulpa]]. ​— //Hail of the Fall Family//+    - **Anecdotal Observation** – Most [[tulpa|tulpamancy]] hosts who are median subsystems did not realize it till some time after making a [[tulpa]].
       - **Speculation** – Either unaware median systems are very common among the general population, or unaware median systems are more attracted to the idea of making a [[tulpa]], or both.       - **Speculation** – Either unaware median systems are very common among the general population, or unaware median systems are more attracted to the idea of making a [[tulpa]], or both.
   - **Anecdotal Observation** – Median subsystems have a harder time disconnecting or [[dissociation|dissociating]] completely from the [[outerworld]] body and are therefore can't get completely inside the system'​s [[headspace|headspace/​innerworld/​otherworld]] while someone else in the system is [[fronting]].   - **Anecdotal Observation** – Median subsystems have a harder time disconnecting or [[dissociation|dissociating]] completely from the [[outerworld]] body and are therefore can't get completely inside the system'​s [[headspace|headspace/​innerworld/​otherworld]] while someone else in the system is [[fronting]].
     - **Speculation** – Each member of the median subsystem has a connection to the [[outerworld]] body resulting in a stronger total connection to the front. This is then more difficult to break both due to being stronger and due to difficulty disconnecting the connections from less dominant or dormant members of the subsystem from the front as they are less able to be part of the process.     - **Speculation** – Each member of the median subsystem has a connection to the [[outerworld]] body resulting in a stronger total connection to the front. This is then more difficult to break both due to being stronger and due to difficulty disconnecting the connections from less dominant or dormant members of the subsystem from the front as they are less able to be part of the process.
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