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people have many different reasons for making a tulpa, however there are certain things that remain unknown to us about them. sometimes they have been reported to influence things besides the creator of the tulpa and other times they are limited to the creator. it is for this reason of not knowing that you must treat them just like a person rather than an experiment, a figment of your imagination, or a tool. these creatures aren't to be made for the rather private reasons, or for the reason of simply looking at, and definitely not as a tool to do things for you. since we don't have true knowledge of them we have to care for them for life. it is a life-long commitment and whatever you do (unless the tulpa is abusing you which is VERY rare and most stories of such are made up) DO NOT destroy your tulpa.