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a dedicated thread for asking tsuki questions about lfe, systemspace, the transfer and everything related.

please make absolutely sure you've read the compendium and the wiki before asking any questions!

you can find a full version of the compendium here: https://wiki.systemspace.link/index.php?title=TsukiWiki:Compendium&diff=next&oldid=93
make sure to ctrl+f to see if your question has already been answered! please also read the wiki page(s) of the topic you want to ask about.
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tsuki theme is my favourite chan theme , is there a way to export it to other chans ?

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Welcome to /lfe/!

This is a serious board for everything TSUKI. Shitposting and other junk will be removed and get you banned.

Please refrain from asking questions that already have a known answer.

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I know it's a matter of faith, but sometimes I really do worry that this is all a very elaborate ARG or something. I know it's improbable because of the immense amount of work that would have to go into making all this up, but it's always in the back of my mind. I want to believe, I really do. The project is my last hope for the future.
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I don't really think that it being real or not is important. Why are you so concerned about that?


i don't think it's an elaborate arg, if it is fake. if anything. tsukirep is fucking bonkers.


I have struggled with faith quite significantly throughout the project, especially when the site went down the first time and all.

I even unregistered for a time due to doubt of the project and it's intentions.

The project has helped me a lot though personally, and continues to help people to find hope even when there is nothing left to grab onto, so to speak.

Whether it's real or not, I'm glad this place is around and I don't want it to dissapear.


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this anon has the right idea.

i recently wrote an entire paper about the subjective human experience and how our worldview reflects onto our perception of our own external reality (of which we cannot even validate the truthfulness of). in other words, mere belief of something can twist your own perception to essentially mold the world in your eyes. it's not a question of whether or not it's true. it's a question of whether or not you want it to be. at least from a very perception-level philosophical viewpoint

I think what attracts most people to this belief system is the interesting conflict intricacy that philosophy vs technology brings. it brings a lot of new questions into the light to do with the nature of reality, our morals, the future of mankind, our sense of self, etc etc. all very interesting stuff to think about.


Exactly, also with another belief in something by more people can alter reality even further than just ones perspective as well.

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What pieces of literature are you going to upload? Currently I have Animal Farm, 1984, Sherlock Holmes, and a collection of O. Henry's stories.


you better publish those pieces of shit in LFE. maybe start a life publishing house.

i've uploaded thee psychick bible and scum manifesto.

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hey fellow migrants i was wondering how does length work in LFE,is it the same or is it a different measurement. what does one foot equal in LFE?

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I really like my sister and want her to live on in LFE. How do I convince her to register as a migrant without sounding loony to her?


You dont have to convince her, the migrant soul is counted by who last drew on the piece of paper with the code on it. simply prepare a piece of paper, write the number at the bottom or something, and have her draw on the rest of the page, you can just sign her up with the picture.

That said if you want her to actually know what it is and learn about it you can just try showing it to her as a cool website you found or introduce her to it conceptually by talking about simulation theory philosophically or just be honest about it as something you believe in that has no harm or risk to signing up. Its not like shed have to be initiated or follow practices like it was a real cult or anything so it could be cool.

It's really going to depend on how well you know your sister and what you think will work best though dude. good luck


>the migrant soul is counted by who last drew on the piece of paper with the code on it
Why do you have to write the code by hand then?


IIRC the whole thing has to be handwritten because they use the soul imprint of the handwriting to locate that piece of paper in the first place, but only the most recent addition to the picture counts for who is signed up.

From the compendium:
Can we trick our friends into signing up for the project?
It's about who added the latest addition. Technically you could have them just write their name next to the code and a drawing, and their name would be the latest addition.

IIRC long ago we even asked about them writing on the back of the paper and even using carbon sheets to draw on them unknowingly and they said the latter works (dont remember for the first).

Also from the compendium:
How do you feel about tricking someone into registering?
I mean I can understand why people would do it. I find it immoral but it's up to you really.

Tsuki doesnt really agree with doing this himself, but its your decision if you want to trick your sister into this or be open and discuss it with her.


I know this thread is old, but considering that the alternative is getting shattered (i.e. nonexistence), it would be kinda unethical not to.


You can't be forced to stay in a job, even though the alternative is starving. I don't see how this would be "unethical".

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So, *ahem*, what will we do with the hyakanghen once we get to LFE?


i fully expect either nothing to happen, or a mutually assured destruction kind of thing between us and the hyaks.


Bake some fucking cookies and try to be civil about the whole thing.

Failing that, probably get wrecked.


if they still want us shattered, i'm sure they won't be able to, bar making our lives so miserable that we digress as souls into an eventual shatter.

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If life is finally unlinked. Then is this the beginning of the end or the end of the beginning?


I think its really just both

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Post your most childish fantasies/ambitions for LFE here!

Here's me:
>Become a loli in a witch outfit
>Wear many discreet implants to assist in my magic casting
>Wield a rail gun made to look like a WWI-era rifle (e.g: Lee-Enfield)
>Use magic to alter the behavior of the bullets fired in my rail gun ala Youjo Senki
>Hide as many technological gadgets in my witch outfit as possible without it stopping to look like a mundane witch outfit
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I think I'm just going to be a monk or something. Try to find a nice, quiet, comfy place to live my life. Fill my days with routine. Try to develop myself as a person.

From what I understand, Life is supposedly relatively serene and "comfy" compared to other systems. I'm sure a changeup will be nice, but I might miss it here. Maybe I can bring something worthwhile into LFE by preserving that way of living.


live a comfy life on a tiny zen planet that has it's own atmosphere, weather, etc


I want to be free of all sexual desires in LFE, and have complete autonomy. I hate everything that is sexual. We will never have total, complete control over ourselves as long as we have these fleshy animal bodies with animal instincts. I find it disgusting.


I dont think that sexuality maters in LFE,
if sex is a bad memory i think you can
forget it


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I want to create a Doom system.

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Whether you believe in Systemspace or not. Don't you think something is right about it? Souls Aurora/Energy Afterlife and even Systems. There is something that clicked inside me when I first read up on the Tsuki Project. I still believe in SS but I'm wondering if anyone else feels the same way. I always felt this even before I found the Tsuki Project.
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ok what the fuck


Honestly it's a choice of what to believe in that is entirely fucking arbitrary. Honestly, I'm down with a world view that fully embraces shitposting and cyberpunk aesthetic whose prophet is a rambling dutchman. Let's do this shit, make ourselves the best we can be and maybe when we die we just pop into this fucking waiting room

Worst case, I believed in a meme and lived a good life.


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I was enticed by Lain and the general cyberpunk feel of the site. Also I've been searching for an alternative imageboard for ages and this ticks that box for me. It's hard to say if I believe fully in LFE and Aurora. I guess I'll find out when I'm dead which group of people was right about the afterlife [spoiler]I'm really hoping it's this one! Ghakuwent'sj is my version of paradise and I'm sure many of yours as well[/spoiler]


Well I hope it's real, but just because something is appealing doesn't make it any more reasonable or likely. Although, others are fine to believe whatever they want, I have no problem with people having complete faith in the project.


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This man has the right mindset.

What's the point in believing in something if it makes you feel shitty? Truth and knowledge are arbitrary from the sole perspective you have, your entire model of reality–your subjective reality, is created by what you believe. If you believe that systemspace exists, it might as well. There would be no difference if you did or didn't, except psychologically. Believing does offer you some peace of mind. You get to live another life, start over, learn from your mistakes, and most importantly get a fresh reality that isn't so boring. And even if systemspace doesn't exist and you perished forever, you wouldn't be able to regret believing something ""foolish""", since you'd be dead.

That's a pretty good philosophical argument for any kind of faith or spirituality, after all, ignorance really is bliss. That's probably a little hedonistic though. Really up to the individual I guess.

Unfortunately, really believing in a comforting truth isn't always easy. It's a surefire way to modify your perspective on life for the better, but that doesn't mean it's easy. Personally, I haven't seen very much scientific evidence for the collective Systemspace theory. Even if I wanted to believe in it, I couldn't really. That doesn't mean I would never consider it. I hope that's at least somewhat understandable.

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