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[Forcing] Helixileh As A Forcing Method
#11
I'll approve for tips and tricks.

Reading through this weeks guides has been a bit of a disappointment until now.
Engaging your tulpa with a game like this could actually help some people and their tulpa. You could even play with multiple tulpa so those people won't be left out either.
We need more activities to engage tulpa, thank you for sharing this one.
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#12
Approved for it's new tipsy home.
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#13
approved for tips
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#14
8/9 Approve, going to Tips & Tricks.
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#15
This is freaking awesome, we love it. Thanks for posting it! Played it with Q, Jira, and my friend Julia with some...interesting results.

I was actually wondering if it would be possible for someone to program a website that allowed multiple people to play the game at once, where one person starts and then the next person goes, and so on and so forth. It would be interesting, and I'd love to try it out. Unfortunately, I have never particularly taken an interest in web design or programming in general outside of a ludicrously lareg word-based RPG I made in TI BASIC in the 8th grade. It would be cool if someone could do this.
Even though my username is that of my tulpa, Quilten, my name is Phaneron, the host, who does all of the actual posting.
Tulpas: Quilten, Jira
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#16
Jeez am i the only person here which find this game confusing? Can anyone help me understand how this is played? if possible by private message. (not sure if this is because english not being my native language and because of having literal thinking but the explanations in the instructions are very confusing to me)
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