all terms in category headmate-action/state

Fronting

Headmate piloting the body.

Switching

Changing who is fronting.

Dissipation

Removal of a headmate.

Dormancy

Dormant headmate.

Fusion

Two or more headmates becoming one.

Breaching

When a person is formed but only fronts for a little while, or a few days, before going silent.

Parking-mode

A state in which no system members are in front.

Blurring

When there is uncertainty about who is fronting.

Co-fronting

When two or more are taking control of the body at once.

Front-Stuck

When a headmate is unable to exit front.

System-Hopping

When a system member "hops" from one system to another.

System-Stagnant

When a system is less active, and there is less communication.

Front-Sticky

When someone is continuously drawn to front.

Intrasexual

When you are only sexually attracted to your headmates.

Nonverbal

The inability to communicate verbally.

Thought-Echo

When you hear a thought from a headmate, no matter their current state of activity.

System-Freeze

When your system "freezes" activity for a long period of time.

Median-Independance

A median member who becomes plural over time.

Median-Integration

A plural member becomes median over time.

Timeline-Hopping

innerworld travel between timelines

Front-Lock

When front is locked or inaccessible.

Front-Lock-Averse

When a headmate isn't affected by frontlock.

Avisum

When a headmate can't visualize the headspace.

Covert-Switch

A switch that is natural and difficult to notice.

Covert

Remaining unknown as plural, either to others or the plural themselves.

Overt

Being known and/or more perceptible as plural.

Bleedthrough

When an emotion or memory is experienced by other members.

Force-Front

When a headmate forcibly replaces the previous fronter to front themself.

Force-Switch

When a headmate is forcibly switched in or out.

Final-Fusion

The action of an entire system collectively fusing into one being.

Nonliterate

The inability to communicate via text.

Overt-switch

A switch that is natural but noticeable.

Numbers-Dysphoria

A system's discomfort with their amount of members.

Ellempiric

Lack of internal communication.

Exopain

When the body experiences pain from the headspace.

Pathempiric

Lack of internal communication outside of passive influences.

Reformation

When a headmate reforms, often with amnesia.

Sysnoia

The feeling of doubting you are plural or the fear you are faking plurality.

Front-fatigue

The state of a system member being affected negatively by fronting.

Integration

Lowering of dissociative barriers, OR two headmates becoming one.

Proxy

using a webhook to relay your message

Somnitien

When frontstuck members don't interact with front unless prompted.

Co-conscious

When two or more are conscious at the same time.

Dissociation

Experiences of depersonalization and derealization.

Intraromantic

When you are only romantically attracted to your headmates.

Fogging

When multiple people are fronting but there is no loss of identity.

Memorempiric

When a headmate is exempt from total amnesia, but experiences emotional amnesia.

Corpvisum

When a headmate can interact with the headspace the same way they do the real world.

Narravisum

When a headmate experiences the headspace more as a narration than through other means.

Nebuvisum

When a headmate experiences the headspace as if through a fog.

Oculovisum

When a headmate has to visualize the headspace before interacting with it.

Sanavisum

When a headmate uses sound to view and/or interact with the headspace.

Somvisum

When a headmate experiences the headspace similar to daydreaming.

Trivisum

When a headmate sees the headspace in third person.

Twivisum

When a headmate sees the headspace in any view that is not first or third person.