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  1. No to all of these, as they exist within your mind and your mind alone. At best, you can provide the framework for anyone who wants to make a similar tulpa but deviation is both possible and likely. People perceive traits differently and have different preferences so if you end up doing something similar for whatever reason, don't expect a 1:1 copy.
  2. One day I'll catch all of the 2hus.
  3. You can start by reading through the approved general guides on this page to get a basic understanding of the concept / familiarize yourself with different methods. The links on the side of the homepage are also useful, especially the FAQ. Once you've done that, you can come back here if you need clarification on anything - make a new post here or create a new thread in this board, but only after you've searched to see if your question has already been answered before.
  4. There's a $10 plugin for that one, but editing the database should work just fine provided that you know what you're doing.
  5. I'm an avid user of okay.
  6. Yeah, it's way more freeform than that page suggests. I'm assuming that the numbers he threw out there for traits, hobbies, etc. were to inflate those hour counts. It doesn't take much to get a decent grasp of a tulpa's base personality, anyway.
  7. You narrate, either in-head or spoken aloud, as much as possible. For the topic, either route works - I'm of the opinion that "personality forcing" works best as a tool for narration, where you're half-suggesting traits and explaining them in detail when you can't think of anything else to talk about. FAQ Man's trait template can help with this, but you can ignore the hour counts. But putting time into the personality is completely optional, so you can just talk about whatever so long as you're directing those thoughts toward your tulpa. Like Mirichu said, parroting isn't necessary.
  8. Sorry, but it just had to be done.
  9. I've seen people compete for post numbers more than I have post count in this thread.
  10. Headaches during forcing are normal, and are (in my opinion) likely related to intensive focus rather than the tulpa itself. For those alien feelings, while it's very possible that they may not be related to your tulpa, you could still attribute these to them, and use those as fuel for questions while narrating to provoke a response.
  11. Where have the posts gone?