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A Bit of a Narration Guide

How does negative sentiment during narration affect a tulpa?  

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  1. 1. How does negative sentiment during narration affect a tulpa?

    • It doesn't
      38
    • Distracts the host
      45
    • Makes the tulpa feel bad
      15
    • Negatively affects the tulpa's development
      17


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What if the tulpa doesn't have a name yet?

 

Man give them a nickname or something. Or just skip that part if it's obviously not applicable, or keep using "you", or whatever.

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Approved, I don't need to give a 12-page critique on this. I think Sands just saw this as a FAQ in one thread, though I'm not sure if it was actually him or not, so maybe he can confirm that to me.

 

Other than the "idiot" thing that would just be nitpicking with the GAT guidelines and all that, still gets my approval either way. It definitely is a reminder for people to actually use their brains and find an assortment of activities to narrate to their tulpas.

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I think Sands just saw this as a FAQ in one thread, though I'm not sure if it was actually him or not, so maybe he can confirm that to me.

 

I don't even know what you asked here.

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Well you'd really have to give me something to work with so I can get the memory going but I don't really know what you said there, so. I guess we should stop shitting up the thread for now though.

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Okay wow doublepost and actual GAT stuff.

 

I do like the FAQ (had to mention it just for you Linkzelda) and the guide in general. Simple and to the point, doesn't go on and on about something. It says just what it needs to say and that's all we need.

 

Well personally I'm not someone who really puts such emphasis on names in general, so I'm not sure how important the name part is. Also, you talk about getting some kind of idea of your tulpa and you talk about the form and the personality to get the "feel" for them. I guess that's how you did it but do you think you could write something about just feeling and narrating to the presence of the tupper, if that makes any sense? Not everyone wants to make a personality I guess and for people like me, narrating to a form was just distracting when starting out. And I don't think I'm the only one who has narrated to just the >feels. But if you think you can't really do anything with it then welp. Unless it was already implied somewhere and I missed it.

 

Despite that stuff, I would approve this anyways. But you might want to think of my >feels.

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Well Sands I guess the whole 'concept of tulpa' is the same thing as 'presence' in later stages. I think if you can narrate to ~feels~ then you probably don't need a guide for it, so I'd rather keep it simple and address it to those who do.

 

Anyway I'll not vote because it's my guide.

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