I_wesley125

Want a tulpa who is really smart from the start? Follow my method.

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NOTE:Tulpa can become smart without this (obviously), this is only to speed up the process.

 

Now, to any prospective tulpamacers, I strongly recommend you use Fede's methods and tones. DO NOT listen to the people who hate on them, his methods are perfect.

 

However, one thing it fails to go over is the knowledge and intelligence of tulpae. Some people want to teach their tulpa over time, others want a smart tulpa right away, if you fall into the latter group, this if for you.

 

Firstly, create a curious tupper. They may actually force you to read/learn things you would not have otherwise looked into. Mine alone made me read 5 40-100 page long papers on black holes, and is now forcing me to learn C.

Secondly, share ALL your thoughts with your tupper. Just do it. That way they will learn everything you want them to know.

Obviously parroting is important during creation, but if you were reading Fede's guides you would know this. Parroting helps with vocality, and the better and more you do it, the better the linguistics of your tupper will be.

Some have said you should make more than one tulpa at a time, but that is somewhat optional. I don't recommend it. It does help to base it off of a person/character that already exists, and let it change from there, but this too, is optional.

 

Obviously, this all falls on top of Fede's guide, which you should use.

Good day, and always remember, USE FEDE'S METHODS AND TONES.

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It does help to base it off of a person/character that already exists, and let it change from there, but this too, is optional.

 

Since when was that considered good? From what I've seen, it's somewhat discouraged, though usually harmless if the necessary precautions are taken.

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It's a prejudiced discouragement really. I think one person said ages ago that it was a bad idea because it can fuck up a tupper memories or whatever and they get super sad and want to die because their life was a lie, but that's pretty much debunked now. I mean how many tuppers do you think would want to die if they found out a backstory they had (as a character) wasn't real?

 

Not many. Most tuppers around here are pretty strong.

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Since when was that considered good? From what I've seen, it's somewhat discouraged, though usually harmless if the necessary precautions are taken.

I disagree with that.

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It's a prejudiced discouragement really. I think one person said ages ago that it was a bad idea because it can fuck up a tupper memories or whatever and they get super sad and want to die because their life was a lie, but that's pretty much debunked now. I mean how many tuppers do you think would want to die if they found out a backstory they had (as a character) wasn't real?

 

Not many. Most tuppers around here are pretty strong.

 

Link did, but I did give him a backstory and the false memories to go with it, and I kept it hidden from him for awhile. I mean, think about it, he suddenly found out one day that he was some girl's "imaginary friend" (i.e., tulpa) based on a fictional character and his entire life before he met me never happened (which would be all but the past seven months). It wasn't just because of the backstory, though. I mean, he did go through a brief existential crisis where he thought he wasn't real (since he was a tulpa) and also had identity issues which left him with a huge inferiority complex where he felt he was just a disappointment and a failure and not good enough for me because he felt he had to live up to his character or something.

 

Yeah, he kind of has issues. He doesn't blame me, but it is my fault. He's doing somewhat better now, though. I mean, he's not still all depressed, and he doesn't want to die anymore.

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