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  1. May The Force Be With You Description
  2. Guide, References, and Links

May The Force Be With You[]

May The Force Be With You (sometimes called "The Methos Guide" or "GGMethos's guide") is a total creation guide by a user named GGMethos, better known simply as Methos. The guide is a learning tool and a features many suggestions in the creation of  a tulpa.

The guide is usually found as a text file (but older versions of the guide can be found in other formats such as Tobias's PDF version of the guide, which is Version 2.55) that is periodically updated on several fronts by its user but the official guide will always be commited to the user git.

An announcement bot for Twitter is in the works for each time a new commit is made to the guide.

Changes to the guide will be announced on the user's twitter account @GGMethos

As of February 5, 2014, the guide is of version 2.6, with planned future modification in the works.

Links and Resources:
  1. The latest version of the guide itself is available on Github as a Gist. The way to clone this gist is by using the git clone command on https://gist.github.com/5341046.git
  2. Alternatively, the webpage can be viewable as a text file in your web browser with the following link: https://gist.github.com/GGMethos/5341046#file-entire-guide
  3. In addition to the guide, the public tulpa dropbox folder that used to be maintained is still up at https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ntogttrfsu97k8t/cbNSU-Uke3/Tulpa