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  • Does the Slender Man kill children?

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    • Maybe or maybe not.

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    • Originally he did stalk them but most people now made him stalk adults.

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    • There's a lot of theories as to what the Slenderman does with his victims after stalking and/or abducting them. The most common theory, I believe, is that he kills them. Exactly how he kills them is unknown, but theories range from impaling them with his tendrils to causing them to die of "Slender Sickness" to taking their organs to simply tearing them in half... However, it is possible that his methods of killing vary. That is, if he does kill them in the first place. Other possible fates for his victims to suffer would be being taken to another dimension (possibly the Slenderman's dimension of origin, supposing he comes from somewhere other than our dimension in the first place), or even having their soul sucked out of them to become part of the Slenderman's life force, allowing him to survive, although that last one may be a bit far-fetched. Still, it's not determined what exactly happens to the victims of the Slenderman, presuming they're not just turned into Proxies. Maybe he takes them to his master of a sort, who then kills them or whatever. Maybe he takes them to a secret holiday resort on a remote island where they spend their days in hot tubs, eating Belgian waffles whilst surrounded by hot babes. Maybe the Slenderman is just your average creepy child molester. We may never know.

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    • Maybe Slendermans human appearance is because a part of him used to be human, but then he got infected with a suparnatural parasite that found humans were much better hosts than whatever he used to infect before, so now he prays on humans to use them as hosts and uses the Urban Legend-cover up to make people believe he's a story, so even though word about him is getting out, no one really believes it.

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    • Do I want to know what this said?

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    • maybe he used to e a human but then it and the fnaf people sucked everything out of him and when he grey up he started to kil kids and suck their soul and heart out

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    • 104.34.209.221 wrote:
      maybe he used to e a human but then it and the fnaf people sucked everything out of him and when he grey up he started to kil kids and suck their soul and heart out
      10223465
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    • 104.34.209.221 wrote:
      maybe he used to e a human but then it and the fnaf people sucked everything out of him and when he grey up he started to kil kids and suck their soul and heart out
      Wack

      Wack.

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    • 104.34.209.221 wrote:
      maybe he used to e a human but then it and the fnaf people sucked everything out of him and when he grey up he started to kil kids and suck their soul and heart out

      Do we give "Worst Theory of the Month"-Awards?

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    • no you don't... yet.

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    • In the Original Mythos, there was a woman by the name of Sarah West, who was questioned by a man (presumably a police officer or detective) for unknown reasons. Despite being frightened and quite paranoid, she is the only canon individual to explain what happens to someone after they are taken by the Slender Man. Here's an excerpt from the interrogation:

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      If anybody's wondering where I got this excerpt, here's the PDF 

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    • Not the Original Mythos, though.

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    • Creppy

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    • How would you recreate Slendermans movement within a board game, being both, somewhat random, yet precise enough to not make him look like a moron that hunts you by porting to the other end of the map?

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    • Implord wrote:
      How would you recreate Slendermans movement within a board game, being both, somewhat random, yet precise enough to not make him look like a moron that hunts you by porting to the other end of the map?

      Hm. How about dice? One for direction and one for the amount of steps?

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    • Implord wrote:
      Maybe Slendermans human appearance is because a part of him used to be human, but then he got infected with a suparnatural parasite that found humans were much better hosts than whatever he used to infect before, so now he prays on humans to use them as hosts and uses the Urban Legend-cover up to make people believe he's a story, so even though word about him is getting out, no one really believes it. “But how do you know this?”
       
       
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    • 75.162.163.63 wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Maybe Slendermans human appearance is because a part of him used to be human, but then he got infected with a suparnatural parasite that found humans were much better hosts than whatever he used to infect before, so now he prays on humans to use them as hosts and uses the Urban Legend-cover up to make people believe he's a story, so even though word about him is getting out, no one really believes it. “But how do you know this?”
       
       

      I don't know anything, I just guess.

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    • 87.6.207.16 wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      How would you recreate Slendermans movement within a board game, being both, somewhat random, yet precise enough to not make him look like a moron that hunts you by porting to the other end of the map?
      Hm. How about dice? One for direction and one for the amount of steps?


      That would still make it entirely possible that Slenderman would walk to the exact opposite end of the map to where the survivors are.

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    • Implord wrote:
      87.6.207.16 wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      How would you recreate Slendermans movement within a board game, being both, somewhat random, yet precise enough to not make him look like a moron that hunts you by porting to the other end of the map?
      Hm. How about dice? One for direction and one for the amount of steps?


      That would still make it entirely possible that Slenderman would walk to the exact opposite end of the map to where the survivors are.

      Movement-cards? Like in "Lotti Karotti" or something? What about all the characters just moving in one direction and there is only the possibility to be caught through the number of steps?

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    • Honestly, Slender Man movement would be best dictated by event cards that specify his location or if he directly moves to a player space. This would allow his movement to be entirely dictated by card draw, making it random and impossible to predict unless you stack the deck and cheat.

      Some cards would specify "moves to X location" which, if a player just happens to be there, is bad for that player. Others could say "Player 1" or "Roll a die, move Slender Man to that player. If a player is not rolled, re-roll until one is"

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    • Wouldn't that make it very likely that all the players would be insta-killed within a few rounds?

      But movement cards could be useful to give Slenderman a wide spectrum of possible options.

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    • It's possible, but in games designed with an incredibly powerful antagonists, death in few turns would be expected.

      In Arkham Horror, it's not unusual for every player to die at least once on average per game, and for every player to lose.

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    • Same for Eldritch Horror, but those game *do* have the advantage of having replacement-characters. If Akachi is eaten because my so-called friends made a deal with the devil that requires a sacrifice of their choice, I can just switch to, dunno, Kate Winthrop or something.

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    • You can do that in Arkham Horror as well, but you lose quite literally everything that character had on them.

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    • Okay, that's not so in EH. You can loot the bodies of the fallen characters.

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    • Implord wrote:
      Okay, that's not so in EH. You can loot the bodies of the fallen characters.

      I wish that was in Arkham Horror.

      In Arkham Horror, death has 2 options, 1 if you have the base game only.

      If you have the base game , then when you are devoured, you just lose everything and have to draw a new character. If you're not devoured but go nuts or get injured, you have 2 options.

      If you have only the base game or don't use the injury/madness cards, you must lose half of all of your possessions.

      If you use the injury/madness cards, then you can draw either an injury/madness instead which don't make the game any easier. Effects range from : lose 1 sanity if another player is not in the same neighborhood, lose 1 stamina every time you use a clue token for an extra roll, canot have more than 5 clue tokens, decrease your max stamina by 1, etc. If you draw the same madness/injury twice, you're devoured.

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    • EH can get you devoured, too. Especially if you have a teammate with a habit of taking Dark Pacts in Round 1. However, if your stamina or sanity simply hits 0, you get transported to the next city-field and choose a new character. Other characters can have an enocounter with the defeated character and will receive their equipment, their spells and their clues. They will also perform a test that, if they succeed, will usually reset doom by 1, which negates that doom advances when a character is taken out.

      Still, not an easy game, I lost yesterday and today we had to cancel the session after Round 2 because more than half of us concluded there was no chance of success, already, and no point in suffering through a hopeless session.

      Yesterday was mostly because more than half of us were inexperienced. My mother and I occasionally visit as boardgame group in a city not too far away from our literal neck of the woods. The three others that were there all wanted to play EH, but one of them didn't quite get the game and basically just kept asking what he should do, one of them didn't get that Lily Chen is supposed to fight monsters and the third one had a somewhat questionable opinion on how many fighters our group really needed.

      Today I had my usual circle of friends, who do know their way around the game, at least in theory. Nonetheless, one of us is a magnificent troll that, as I mentioned already, delights in taking stupid risks just because our despair is delicious, one of us has yet to understand that you should not try to Leeroy Jenkins an epic monster, especially if you have no weapons and your strength-stat is 2, one of us had bad luck and died twice in two rounds, one of us had the capacity of taking on said epic monster, but then a gate opened on that field and spit out something that was very angry and resistent to bullets, one of us was incapacitated by his first encounter and two of us are me, who only almost didn't let the gates get out of control because the Mists of R'lyeh failed in a moment that was a very bad moment for that particular spell to backfire.

      I thereby conclude that Shudde M'ell is not a wise choice for an eight-player session of Eldritch Horror.

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    • The ironic thing: EH is considered easy in comparison to AH.

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    • I just suffered for 11 hours of playing, just to prove it was possible to win a 8-player session against Shudde M'ell. I have very little desire for more difficulty, right now.

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    • Implord wrote:
      I just suffered for 11 hours of playing, just to prove it was possible to win a 8-player session against Shudde M'ell. I have very little desire for more difficulty, right now.

      Shudde M'ell easily ends a game in AH in about 7-8 turns+ if you play poorly.

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    • It ended a game in two turns, yesterday. Which is why I felt the need to overcome this disaster by replicating the game with a single other person, meaning each of us played four characters at once.

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    • Also in AH there is no way to remove Doom tokens once they're on the Doom Track, and Terror can only be stalled, not subtracted.

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    • Then what does Carolyn Fern do?

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    • She can either restore 1 sanity to herself or an ally that is in the same space per turn, but cannot exceed the maximum sanity.

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    • Okay, that's pretty much the same as in the EH-game. She can remove mental ailments and if she or someone on her space rests, they recover one extra-sanity.

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    • Maybe slender man was a broom and he was about to get married and then his wife said i d i don't . Then sold he ever wanted was children so he abducted children's. And then kills t hem because there not his own

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    • 2601:80:C201:9A3C:A98B:A49B:7BE7:4568 wrote: Maybe slender man was a groom and he was about to get married and then his wife said i don't .all he ever wanted was children so he abducted children's. And then kills them because there not his own

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    • 2601:80:C201:9A3C:A98B:A49B:7BE7:4568 wrote:

      2601:80:C201:9A3C:A98B:A49B:7BE7:4568 wrote: Maybe slender man was a groom and he was about to get married and then his wife said i don't .all he ever wanted was children so he abducted children's. And then kills them because there not his own

      I can't even be facetious about this, this is perhaps the most ridiculous and outlandish theory I have ever heard. That one would even consider this is laughable.

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    • 2601:80:C201:9A3C:A98B:A49B:7BE7:4568 wrote:

      2601:80:C201:9A3C:A98B:A49B:7BE7:4568 wrote: Maybe slender man was a groom and he was about to get married and then his wife said i don't .all he ever wanted was children so he abducted children's. And then kills them because there not his own

      George carlin is confused
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    • I liked the theory better before he clarified he meant 'groom' not 'broom'.

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    • Implord wrote:
      I liked the theory better before he clarified he meant 'groom' not 'broom'.
      Oh my God you a broom Family guy

      Oh my God you a broom Family guy

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    • Does family guy have a fitting clip to everything?

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    • he's real cause i um .... SAW HIM AND THIS IS NOT A JOKE 

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    • 216.248.239.161 wrote:
      he's real cause i um .... SAW HIM AND THIS IS NOT A JOKE 
      Doubt
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    • 216.248.239.161 wrote:
      he's real cause i um .... SAW HIM AND THIS IS NOT A JOKE 

      That's it, you guys, after all those years, we finally have solid evidence that Slendy is real.

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    • yes he almost killed me.my mom saved my life 

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    • hello implord do you know who i am?

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    • are slender man?
       
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    • yes your the one who summoned me right

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    • yes

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    • You do know we can blatantly see that you're playing Slender Man and an innocent bystander with the same account right?

      Wikia tracks IP Addresses, you haven't fooled anyone.

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    • Not that there's anything fundamentally wrong with talking to yourself.

      But please don't do it... errrrr... like this.

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    • slender man is real if u imagin

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    • That's kinda what the Tulpa theory says, but one person won't suffice.

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    • I feel as if this question was answered by the Slender Man movie, which was written by Victor Surge himself. Slender Man is a "bio-electric being" who can fuse humans with trees in his forest (as seen with Hallie).  With this being said, can someone close the thread?

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    • The Slenderman movie was written by David Birke.

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    • Implord wrote:
      The Slenderman movie was written by David Birke.

      They credit Victor Surge as the original writer on the theatrical website (https://secure.sonypictures.com/movies/sweepstakes/ui/mp/slenderman/), Birke must've been added on a few months before the film was released.

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    • From personal knowledge and information on and behind the "Slenderman" I understand that when "he" does stalk any human, (preferbly children) they always are either someone with deep troubles, or are living in a bad life situation. "He" begins to speak to them and abruptly talks about their life situation with them and that "he" will comfort them, and provide them with "his" help, and or safety. Most of "his" "victims", would or do build up a sense of almost comfort and safety around him, after that happens the person will start to either create a bond or devotion towards "Slenderman". To a point to were that individuel would either endlessly talk about "him", draw pictures of themselves and "Slenderman"(preferbly if that individuel is a minor), and or begin to ignore all people whom "he" might say are some who the individuel should keep away from. Eventually, the (most likely younger peoples) individuel gets to the point where they only want to only be with "Slenderman", and no one else. If they in fact are very young, they most likely would fallow "Slenderman's" instructions to fallow him, to come with him when they built a strong enough bond towards "him". Once the child abandons everything they were doing with thier life and go out when ever, and where ever "he" told them to, "he" would tell them to fallow along to where "he" was going. Once the child fallows, and dissapear- "Slenderman" doesn't kill them, take them away to some unfindable location(or dimension), or simply cause that child to just vanish. "He" would consume thier sarrows, sadness, hurting, anger, confusion, and any conflicting emotions as well as thier soul. If any older individuel still fallowed "his" commands, the situation that happened with the children would still happen to the older individuels as well. Unless "Slenderman" can use a certain individuel as a "proxy", they will be controlled to do what ever bidding "he" wants them to acomplish with "his" motives.

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    • What sources do you have?

      Also, Slenderman is prone to isolating his victims from family and friends, I kinda doubt that he does that because he wants to help.

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    • I can't really state all the exact sources i've gained all this knowledge oh him for, mostly listening/ reading about his urban legend and from researching and reading about him from the somethingawfulforums website a while back. And yeah I'm sorry I didn't exactly go into allaboration when I spoke of him wanting to "help". By that I ment he would some what taunt individuels by saying he would intend to help them. Most likely not actually meaning he would in fact help them, but to lure them into a false sense of trust in him.

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    • Ko slenderman dara ar bērniem vienkārši viņš iebiedē bernus ar bailēm bet tie kuri pretojas viņam kā es, tos viņš sarauj gabalos ar saviem taustekļiem

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    • SlenderDev wrote:
      I feel as if this question was answered by the Slender Man movie, which was written by Victor Surge himself. Slender Man is a "bio-electric being" who can fuse humans with trees in his forest (as seen with Hallie). 

      With this being said, can someone close the thread?

      I found that "bio-electric being" theory very interesting. It's a pity the book mentioned in the movie doesn't exist in real-life. But I did find some sites on spiritism that go into that theory. I might post more about it once I found out more.....

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    • Implord wrote:
       

      Also, Slenderman is prone to isolating his victims from family and friends, I kinda doubt that he does that because he wants to help.

      Well, there is the theory that he wants to help humanity as a whole by fighting against Zalgo as the representative of chaos.

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    • Troublythetruth wrote:
       Once the child fallows, and dissapear- "Slenderman" doesn't kill them, take them away to some unfindable location(or dimension), or simply cause that child to just vanish. "He" would consume thier sarrows, sadness, hurting, anger, confusion, and any conflicting emotions as well as thier soul. If any older individuel still fallowed "his" commands, the situation that happened with the children would still happen to the older individuels as well. Unless "Slenderman" can use a certain individuel as a "proxy", they will be controlled to do what ever bidding "he" wants them to acomplish with "his" motives.

      Well ,there were instances were children were drawn to follow Slenderman to his "Mansion" (supposedly located in a probably other-dimensional forrest) and there become his slaves or proxies....

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    • Agreed. I know of that as well,

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    • According to one theory one of the mansion's focal points (meaning where it can appear in our physical dimension) is somewhere in Nicolet National Forrest in Wisconsin.

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    • I've seen that some where, I do believe that is slightly true. To my knowledge- I'm more than sure that "he" can appear if you souly believe he does in fact exist. If so, he then uses that gateway with in your mind to reveal himself to you for any reason he would want to, (normally a negative reason) in any woodland areas near your living quarters.

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    • proceeding to stalk you for as long as he pleases. If you in some way choose to provoke him in any way, he would start to say or do things to you if he wishes to.

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    • Lightseeker2000 wrote:
      Troublythetruth wrote:
       Once the child fallows, and dissapear- "Slenderman" doesn't kill them, take them away to some unfindable location(or dimension), or simply cause that child to just vanish. "He" would consume thier sarrows, sadness, hurting, anger, confusion, and any conflicting emotions as well as thier soul. If any older individuel still fallowed "his" commands, the situation that happened with the children would still happen to the older individuels as well. Unless "Slenderman" can use a certain individuel as a "proxy", they will be controlled to do what ever bidding "he" wants them to acomplish with "his" motives.
      Well ,there were instances were children were drawn to follow Slenderman to his "Mansion" (supposedly located in a probably other-dimensional forrest) and there become his slaves or proxies....

      The mansion wasn't canon before and it definitely isn't anymore.

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    • Implord wrote:
      Lightseeker2000 wrote:
      Troublythetruth wrote:
       Once the child fallows, and dissapear- "Slenderman" doesn't kill them, take them away to some unfindable location(or dimension), or simply cause that child to just vanish. "He" would consume thier sarrows, sadness, hurting, anger, confusion, and any conflicting emotions as well as thier soul. If any older individuel still fallowed "his" commands, the situation that happened with the children would still happen to the older individuels as well. Unless "Slenderman" can use a certain individuel as a "proxy", they will be controlled to do what ever bidding "he" wants them to acomplish with "his" motives.
      Well ,there were instances were children were drawn to follow Slenderman to his "Mansion" (supposedly located in a probably other-dimensional forrest) and there become his slaves or proxies....
      The mansion wasn't canon before and it definitely isn't anymore.

      Yeah, after the Wisconsin incident, we don't entertain that idea anymore, so please refrain from mentioning it.

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    • Skylord Elberich wrote:

      Yeah, after the Wisconsin incident, we don't entertain that idea anymore, so please refrain from mentioning it.

      Oh, well at least this time I wasn't the one to mention the incident :D But the mansion and the idea of it being interdimensional floated around long before and after that incident happened.

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    • Not in canonical stories and after the incident, it is one of the theories officially denied entering the canon.

      It's like with the Swastika. First it was a Norse symbol for the sun, then a psychopath used it and now it's automatically associated with evil and no one uses it anymore out of respect for the victims of that maniac. Which is okay by me, because I never feel like "Oh, I wish I could use a Swastika for something!", but what is annoying is that the Nazis did all this occult stuff and therefore I can't use certain cool occult things for my stories, lest it be associated with the Reich.

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    • Implord wrote:
      Not in canonical stories and after the incident, it is one of the theories officially denied entering the canon.

      It's like with the Swastika. First it was a Norse symbol for the sun, then a psychopath used it and now it's automatically associated with evil and no one uses it anymore out of respect for the victims of that maniac. Which is okay by me, because I never feel like "Oh, I wish I could use a Swastika for something!", but what is annoying is that the Nazis did all this occult stuff and therefore I can't use certain cool occult things for my stories, lest it be associated with the Reich.

      The Swastika is the only Nazi symbol that the United States cares about funny enough, literally everything else is fair game in a fictional narrative given you know how to pull it off without it appearing to be something made by a Neo-Nazi.

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    • My school forbade black caps because Nazis wear those. Including the black and red cap of the Baseball-Team I used to play in.

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    • \_(-_-)_/

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    • how du u do dat? teach me your ways.

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    • the shrug thing  mean

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    • 9.6

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    • mabey the children are jus in another place? i mean, theres no proof that slenderman kiled them,....right? idk (- _ -)

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    • \_(=_=)_/ maybe he takes them bc his own kid passed away 9.6 

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    • i don't know if he kills them

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    • Scrubpie wrote:
      mabey the children are jus in another place? i mean, theres no proof that slenderman kiled them,....right? idk (- _ -)

      Let's be real, there's little else he could have done given they are never seen again.

      And if you suggest he takes them to live somewhere else, need I remind you that classic Slender Man canonically impaled people.

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    • or maybe he diden't impale them and he did put them in another place 

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    • Sonniah wrote:
      or maybe he diden't impale them and he did put them in another place 

      A place that was already occupied by a tree, which therefore canonically impaled them.

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    • Well, maybe he impaled some of them and took others with him into his own dimension - to either serve in his mansion or just to study human anatomy or whatever......

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    • There is no canonical mention of a mansion. But science could be an interest to him.

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    • There is a canonical reference to a mansion, The Wilkes Estate in the Original Mythos, but nothing implies that he or his servants live there.

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    • Lightseeker2000 wrote:
      Well, maybe he impaled some of them and took others with him into his own dimension - to either serve in his mansion or just to study human anatomy or whatever......

      He doesn't have a mansion he lives at. This detail has been circulating for years and I don't understand why people think he is a homeowner.

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    • Maybe it seems logical to them that a humanoid being in human-like clothes would have a human-looking house. And since he's wearing a nice suit, they think he has a big house.

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    • But then there’s the fact that Slendy doesn’t act or think like a human.

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    • We don't know how or what he thinks.

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    • Yep. So he could be thinking like an animal. Actually, now that we’re talking about it... I wonder how much percentage of his brain does he use? Hmmm...

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    • Everything, I presume. As do humans, by the way.

      https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/NinetyPercentOfYourBrain

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    • Well yeah.

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    • Why do you ask?

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    • Idk. some sort of curiousity, i guess. I mean, i was pretty bored at the time. I mean, if you come on the internet then it usually mean your bored (except for work, social, etc.)

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    • echem.

      To be factual,...

      in the sense that Slenderman's motives would abruptly be unclear to humankind, and so I understand it will always be that way. As well as how "his" mind and or body works. Slenderman being the complex and complicated being and or entity "he" is would persume that it would be very much near impossible to know if Slenderman even pertains a brain as well as a skeletal system or vital organs.  

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    • Thats why we should study him. If we ever see him without going crazy and have the technology, that is.

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