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About Kiahdaj's Absolute Guide to Tulpas

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Hello everyone, I'm the administrator from China Tulpa community. To meet the needs of our own community, I have compiled several tutorials with reference to "Kiahdaj's Absolute Guide to Tulpas" to introduce beginners to Tulpa's common sense and creative process.

 

Along the way, I discovered that Kiahdaj's tutorial was somewhat outdated.

 

So I would like to ask if there is a tutorial similar to "Kiahdaj's Absolute Guide to Tulpas". And their writing time is close to the present.

 

I know there is a tutorial index thread that lists the current tutorial integration in great detail, but there are so many that I can't really read them all.


God, I just found out that kiahdaj made some changes to the English version in 2017. Our translation tutorial is always available in 2013.

How many things did we miss?

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Most of the changes since 2013 have been insignificant but if you're interested the guide's thread has a changelog. While it's not as concise as it probably could be, plenty of people still consider it to be the go-to general guide (myself included). 

 

Tulpa001 and Piano have guides that are mentioned pretty often so consider looking through those first.

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Most of the changes since 2013 have been insignificant but if you're interested the guide's thread has a changelog. While it's not as concise as it probably could be, plenty of people still consider it to be the go-to general guide (myself included). 

 

Tulpa001 and Piano have guides that are mentioned pretty often so consider looking through those first.

 

Thank you for your answer.

 

In fact, we know a little bit about tulpa001, and we did a translation relay for it, but unfortunately it's been almost a year now, and we've done less than a third of it. Our content is still at version 3.4.

 

Obviously tulpa001's tutorial is difficult for beginners to read, and the article overall is too looooong.

 

Personally, I think a course like Kiahdaj is the most appropriate in length.

 

For reasons of the Chinese Internet itself, I was temporarily unable to log onto the page of Piano.

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Is Google Docs blocked?

 

Is there some other format/website I should upload it with so that it's accessible?

 

 

We can't go to any Google site.

 

It would be nice if there were other ways to offer downloads.

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