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A question about having a South Park character as a Tulpa
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I am not planning on having a South Park character as a Tulpa, nor will I ever do it, but how would a South Park character work as a Tulpa since they are simple pieces of construction paper that walk by doing short bunny hops?
Watch South Park and you'll know what I mean. What if someone did a similar tulpa design to what South Park is portrayed? How would they work in the real world?
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Probably something like Paper Mario in a 3D plane of existence.

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(05-30-2014, 04:52 AM)Linkzelda Wrote: Probably something like Paper Mario in a 3D plane of existence.

I was thinking that the South Park Tulpa would simply turn 3D. They do have a side side and back side.
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I would imagine they would look something like this.
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#5
It works exactly how you imagine it would.
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#6
They could still be made of construction paper and appear flat. Only they would re-render in construction paper as they rotate, just like they do on the show.

Similar to what happens if you have a tulpa who appears in a cartoon or anime style.
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I used to speculate what would happen if you tried to create, then impose a tulpa which existed only as a flat drawing moving along 2D surfaces, paper etc. How would they perceive the world?
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#8
Like Flatland.
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#9
Or The Planiverse -- which actually explains how organs and computers and such can work in 2D, rather than just squares and circles.

That's a neat idea though. I'd almost be tempted to make a tulpa like that.
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