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If a tulpa dies in your dreams, does he/she die in real life
#1
I ask because I worry
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#2
Of course not, just like hosts don't ego-die if they die in dreams. If a tulpa does accidentally ego-die in a dream, I imagine it would be easy to revive them. Don't worry! Your brain can't "delete" a tulpa that fast, not without your conscious and willing effort.

-J
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#3
To reassure you. No tulpas don't die by dying in dreams as stated by J.

My tulpa and I have died and nothing changed from it, if that feels more reassuring to know.
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#4
You would have to die too. Consider them conjoined twins and you share everything except certain neural pathways that they claim to their own portion of the subconscious mind and memories - (I think anyway).
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#5
Pretty sure not. At least, I have never died in real life after dieing in a dream so I am assuming tulpas do not either.
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