Binding my childhood imaginary friend?

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Re: Binding my childhood imaginary friend?

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Does anybody know the difference between a construct, a thoughtform, and a servitor? I want to get one a creepy hollow but I want to know which one is good for me. I don't want a thought-form to turn into a feeder. Can a servitor and construct do the same thing?



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Re: Binding my childhood imaginary friend?

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A construct is basically anything constructed so it is often synonymous with servitor.
Although I would declare something more simple as a construct and something more conscious as a servitor.
And we basically talked about that difference a lot in this thread........so.......
In a nutshell, get constructs/servitors, they are more stable and permanent.


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Re: Binding my childhood imaginary friend?

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wannabewitch wrote:Does anybody know the difference between a construct, a thoughtform, and a servitor? I want to get one a creepy hollow but I want to know which one is good for me. I don't want a thought-form to turn into a feeder. Can a servitor and construct do the same thing?
Anything bound by Creepy Hollows is going to be safe, they are highly regarded for their work. So whatever you get is not likely to become a feeder.

On the CH shop website I believe they go into detail with their definition for each service. It really depends on what your goal is, but there isn't a whole lot of difference between whether you acquire a servitor or construct from them --other than the Construct listing having a time-limit option, should that be a factor.


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Re: Binding my childhood imaginary friend?

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They do but it is not a whole lot of information. I didn't know constructs were temporary till you told me. Do they work as an imaginary friend? I just really want a "being" that can help with the school but I don't want them to leave even when I'm done with the school if I have a bond with them.



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