The Plural Code

How to Read and Write a Plural Code

Each part of a Plural Code will begin with a capital letter, designating what the characters after it represent. Every part of the Code, except for Plurality Status and Plural Code Version, is optional.

The following descriptions will go through each Code Part, and describe what each symbol or value means in the context of its Part.

This guide covers version 1.0 of the Plural Code.

Plural Code Version (P)

Plurality Status (M)

Number of Headmates (N)

Genders of Headmates (G)

Forms of Headmates (S)

Ages of Headmates (A)

Origins of Headmates (O)

Headmate Discovery Rating (D)

Headmate Communication Rating (C)

Amnesia Rating (Q)

Plurality Openness Rating (W)

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.