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Poll: What does your tulpa(s) look like?
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An animal (Pony, daemon, etc.)
15.79%
120 15.79%
A Human (or humanoid)
43.95%
334 43.95%
Anything Else (please post a description)
3.16%
24 3.16%
Original Character (OC)
15.39%
117 15.39%
Fictional (including media, anime)
15.26%
116 15.26%
No fixed form (including shape changers, formless)
6.45%
49 6.45%
Total 760 vote(s) 100%
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What does your tulpa(s) look like?
#11
I'm hardly far. I may have gotten one emotion from her quite a while ago, and that's it.

I still can't decide how she'll shapeshift. It all sounds too awkward. I'm thinking she'll be engulfed in fire or something.
Tulpa: Brook
Stage: We're back at the beginning
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#12
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(05-24-2012, 03:55 PM)tulpatalk Wrote: Shapeshifting has been theorized, and planned, but not executed yet to my knowledge. How far along are you?

I don't know if this really counts as "shapeshifting", but my tulpa has two forms; one is a normal human body, and the other is a "fairy"; not like Tinker Bell or anything, she's just pretty small (she could fit in your hand) and she can float. Also, she looks younger when she's in her "fairy" form; normally she looks to be between 14-16, in her "fairy" form she looks around 9 or 10.
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(05-24-2012, 08:31 PM)Nikkisha Wrote: I don't know if this really counts as "shapeshifting", but my tulpa has two forms; one is a normal human body, and the other is a "fairy"; not like Tinker Bell or anything, she's just pretty small (she could fit in your hand) and she can float. Also, she looks younger when she's in her "fairy" form; normally she looks to be between 14-16, in her "fairy" form she looks around 9 or 10.

Very interesting. Two forms is something I've been considering, may I ask how you're working that out? Like, do you spend one session visualizing her in one form, then visualizing her in the second, or?
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#14
I chose other because I'm saving her form for last so I don't know how she'll end up looking. I hope cute.
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#15
So, letting your subconscious do 100% of the form work? Sounds good. But, you're not even going to give it a push in one direction?
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(05-25-2012, 05:02 AM)ThatOneGuy Wrote: So, letting your subconscious do 100% of the form work? Sounds good. But, you're not even going to give it a push in one direction?
No 50% or maybe a little more. I still want a little say in what she'll be.
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#17
Alright. As an addendum, letting the subconscious go wild on something like that is the equivalent of giving a talented artist LSD and telling him to create the first thing he wants to.

One can never tell what will come out of the depths of our mind.
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(05-25-2012, 04:26 AM)Pleeb Wrote: Very interesting. Two forms is something I've been considering, may I ask how you're working that out? Like, do you spend one session visualizing her in one form, then visualizing her in the second, or?

That's pretty much what I've been doing. Sometimes I'll switch around her forms in the same session, like the first half of the session is one form and the second half is the other.
Tulpa: Brook
Stage: We're back at the beginning
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#19
My tulpa is a human Pinkie Pie, so she's only semi-original. My tulpa was originally based off another character, but ended up deviating into Pinkie. Personality issues won't be a problem, I assure you.
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#20
Well I'm not sure if I will make a Tulpa, but if I do, it'll be a very simple one (visually). to avoid the problem of having to focus so much on appearance that I somehow screw up personality or intelligence.

It will appear as a floating ball of blue fire, with hands that look kind of like a haunter's (also of blue flames) and just two glowing eyes. So that would probably count as "other" in the poll
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