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I recently posted a video about how Slenderman personifies our fears of capitalism and its sinister effects. I've linked this forum in the description on YouTube. Please consider watching the video if you are interested in this topic.Slenderman Personifies Our Fears of Capitalism
When I was reading Implord discussions about weaknesses I had an idea. So going to the subject I mean slederman's weakness which is reality, I mean the state in which we dream and the other where we do not dream, if slederman attacks us, we can also but in a different way than presented. For example in the mind we can not hurt him but outside it is different. He is certainly subject to certain laws, but I don't know them. I hope someone could give some ideas. So sorry for my bad grammar.
Did you prefer long and sharp fingers or human-like pale fingers without nails for Slender man? Do you thing he can change shape of his fingers? I want to draw Slender man so i want to know your opinion.
We saw him get brutally injured yes, but t never confirmed if he was dead or not did it?
Slenderman movie was terrible, but what's even worse?
Say hello to Flay movie.
Page 93 of "Rifts World Book 24: China 1: The Yama Kings" was published in January 2004, about five years prior to 2009. I'm not exactly sure what the Cantonese/Mandarin word is for what this is based on, but Erick Wujcik described a creature called "Long-Armed Giants" which reminded me of other appearances of Slender Man in myth preceding his 2009 internet popularization.
Although in many of the interpretations of SM he has normal-proportioned arms, in others his arms are unusually long. A normal person's hand usually only goes down to groin-level whereas in these two you can see his arms are longer compared to his torso+legs and go down to around knee-level.
Does anyone know what the Chinese knew about him? What they called Slender Man? Is it possible there is more than one Slender Man, a race of long-armed giants? What if Slender Man is just the one who ventures out into society more and adopts human clothing enough to blend in in a way that the others don't?
I have a lot of info and theories on our favourite creepypasta that would blow your mind
I wanna ask 2 things, that burned house in the prolog is the same house that is shown at the begging of the homestead VHS ? And where does take place that basement ? Is it in that burned house too or is it in that tower ? thx
This appears to be a hot topic amongst followers of the Mythos, so let me touch on this subject and clear up the obscurity behind it. Since I first joined in September of 2014, I have researched thoroughly about everything The Slender Man Mythos has to entail. But, one thing has always stood out to me: the proxies. Especially since it is a main focus of my game, The Chaser.
So, what exactly is a Proxy?
This is my comprehension of what a proxy is:
A Proxy, in my humble opinion, is a genetically modified human being. Their abilities depend on their purpose to SM. As in usual cases, they do not have emotions or views. They exclusively coexist to serve SM. How, you ask? Death, reanimation and telekinesis. They die as a human being, but are reanimated and what remains is controlled by SM himself. His intentions fuel their powers and actions.
Think of it like playing a game of 'fetch' with your dog. You throw the ball, the dog obeys and brings it back. SM orders his proxies to do something, and his proxies are given the abilities needed to carry them out. Once they are finished they are 'retired' and return to their normal corpse state.
In short, proxies are walking corpses, telekinetically controlled by Slender Man himself. Nothing more, nothing less.
What do you guys think of this theory. Is there little to anything the proxies are? Or is there more to it than meets the eye? I am interested in hearing your thoughts. Let's discuss!