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Puppeting vs. Ragdolling.

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I've only tried rag dolling once, that was today infact. I was listening to a song *cough* gangnam style *cough* and thought it would be fun to get Frostia to dance to it, unfortunately I was aware of Frostia's limits so I knew she couldn't do it on her own, so I ragged her up, tied some puppeting strings to her and made her dance. The whole time she was just giving me the 'are you serious' look. Had a right laugh at that, so aside from her being a bit irked at me there were no negative affects, although, I would never do it on a regular basis, it would be like trying to get a kid to learn to walk, while at the same time not letting them move.

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Name: Frostia

Form: Light and dark blue pony, white hair, styled in MLP:FiM fashion



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Nah, it's worse than puppeting. At least when you puppet, you're making them seem more alive to you, which leads to them becoming more alive (provided of course that you don't do nothing but puppet, which would hammer it into your subconscious that your tulpa is just a mind puppet).


Ragdolling makes the tulpa look and act dead, and you'll likely end up blocking real movement -- forcing them limp.

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Name - Silver

Form - Harpy

Sentience - fully sentient

Personality - Playful, cheerful, enthusiastic, chilled

Smell - Baileys

Stage - Narration and imposition

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