The Plural Code

The Plural Code is a way of briefly summarising some key facts about your plurality in a neatly-formatted and readable manner. A Generator and Parser have been created to assist with reading and writing your own Plural Code to share with others.

This Plural Code is based off the Plural Code definition by the Lambda system, with changes and optimisations by SillyChip.

If you would like to learn more about The Plural Code, have a suggestion, or are just curious about plurality in general, you can join the discussion on Telegram at t.me/PluralStation and follow @PluralStation on Twitter!

How to Read and Write a Plural Code

Zip file of the entire project (with compiled CSS/JS)

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Sample code to test the parser:

P1.0 Mu N6+ Gm2f3u~ Sh4[anthro cat]u~ A16[2+]26[1]u[~] Obi2t~ D7 C5 Q8 Wr3o7

Input here:

Output here:

After filling in your choices, click the Generate button at the end of the form to generate your Plural Code.

Plurality Status

Number of Headmates

Genders of Headmates

(Delete all Genders if you prefer not to answer)

Forms of Headmates

(Delete all Forms if you prefer not to answer)

Ages of Headmates

(Delete all Ages if you prefer not to answer)

Origins of Headmates

(Delete all Origins if you prefer not to answer)

Headmate Discovery Rating

I would rate my level of headmate discovery/enumeration as:

Headmate Communication Rating

I would rate our level of communication as:

Amnesia Rating

I remember:

that occur while I'm switched out.

Plurality Openness Rating

I would rate my openness about my plurality to people in real life as:

I would rate my openness about my plurality to people online as:

Derived from the 'Multiple Code,' originally created by members of The Consortium system, March 2001, and the edits and updates contributed by members of the Astraea system, January 2004.