jean-luc April 7, 2017 Share April 7, 2017 So right now we use the words "tulpamancy" to refer to the practice of creating and interacting with tulpas. (or at least that's how I understand the term) To a newcomer, this gives us even less credibility, because of the "mancer" portion, which people know from words like "pyromancer". It gives the wrong impression. There's also "tulpa forcing", which is an odd term, as no force is necessary, only time and attention. Therefor, I propose that we simple modify the word "tulpa" to replace all these words: to tulp: to force tulping: tulpa forcing passive tulping, active tulping: passive forcing, active forcing tulper: A person who makes/has tulpas These may sound a little silly because you haven't heard them before, but to a newcomer they have no pre-existing meaning, which is a good thing. Thoughts? I don't visit as often as I used to. If you want me to see something, make sure to quote a post of mine or ping me @jean-luc Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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