Nimbleform was a form used by the Parshendi (i.e., listener) scholars because they didn't know the correct spren with which to bond for scholarform. This form has only been known to the listeners for the last three years. It's a general form that is lithe and careful, suited to fine motor skills and capable of scholarship. It is used when caring for young and doing work that requires dexterity. Few were spared this form, though it was more skilled at art.
|“|| Nimbleform has a delicate touch.|
Gave the gods this form to many,
Tho'once defied, by the gods they were crushed.
This form craves precision and plenty.
Though good for many delicate activities, Nimbleform does not have great endurance.
In Nimbleform, females have long hairstrands that grow without any carapace to block them, hints of breasts, and fingers that are delicate enough for recording their findings. Further, the form yields delicate swirling patterns in each their skin, along with thinner facial structures.
The form does not impede the mind.
The processes for this form have not been revealed.