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  • How to defeat slender?

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    • I think it's virtually impossible to do as such, seeing as he can do all the things he does.

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    • I had some ideas, but apparently, they were stupid. Right now, I think they're immortal, but can be banished from our world.

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    • /\ what are the ideas?

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    • Electrocuting him, mostly. I assume that Slender Man is a thought projection from an other dimension. Since this would mean he was created from brain waves, a strong electric charge would probably dissolve his very matter of being. However, as I said, the idea is stupid. The smart part was the idea, that he doesn't like electricity. I think he uses electronic waves to orientate. That's why he's disabeling electronic devices, they hinder his sight.

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    • You say that you have me this Brother splendorman and make a Happy Dance XD or you Shoot him with a Gun and The last think you make a Notch Slap!

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    • Wonder how that would work. If you can't beat them, disturb them.

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    • or you hug him XDD and kill him with that hug XDD

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    • Yeah... However, please, let's stay on topic. I made this mistake myself once.

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    • Slender is easy to defeat.  He's repelled by acceptance and submission.

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    • That won't work so well.

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    • I think Slender man cannot be defeated, because before you try to kill him, by any method, you will be affected by slendersickness

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    • You could kill him from the distance. By remote, for example.

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    • Fobarimperius
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    • Can we, you know, put an IQ- Test on this site one has to pass before he can write here? Something like moving the triangular thingy on the triangular shaped black area?

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    • Actually, I think chopping his head off might work.

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    • Actually, I think it won't. Decapitation kills most things, but I don't think Slendy's among them.

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    • He feeds f fear, so cut off his food scource. Stop fearing him. He'll then either go away, or kill you faster.

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    • 23.240.85.13 wrote:
      He feeds f fear, so cut off his food scource. Stop fearing him. He'll then either go away, or kill you faster.

      This is a highly unproven theory and likely false. There has never been any actual evidence to prove he feeds on fear, or that he even feeds at all.

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    • Fobarimperius wrote:
      23.240.85.13 wrote:
      He feeds f fear, so cut off his food scource. Stop fearing him. He'll then either go away, or kill you faster.
      This is a highly unproven theory and likely false. There has never been any actual evidence to prove he feeds on fear, or that he even feeds at all.


      Well, there are hints. The way he acts doesn't fit the way a predator would act if it were out for food or something physical. He could easily take one anyone he sees fit, but he stalks and scares them for seemingly no reason. If I would have to guess, I'd see two possibillities: Slender Man wants people to be scared, for various possible reasons, but considering his general "fear"-theme, based on the paranoia he inflicts, his mental powers, his lovecraftian features, there IS the possibility that he's fueled by fear. However there is also the possibillity that he's tormenting his victims for the evulz.

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    • Implord wrote:
      Fobarimperius wrote:
      23.240.85.13 wrote:
      He feeds f fear, so cut off his food scource. Stop fearing him. He'll then either go away, or kill you faster.
      This is a highly unproven theory and likely false. There has never been any actual evidence to prove he feeds on fear, or that he even feeds at all.

      Well, there are hints. The way he acts doesn't fit the way a predator would act if it were out for food or something physical. He could easily take one anyone he sees fit, but he stalks and scares them for seemingly no reason. If I would have to guess, I'd see two possibillities: Slender Man wants people to be scared, for various possible reasons, but considering his general "fear"-theme, based on the paranoia he inflicts, his mental powers, his lovecraftian features, there IS the possibility that he's fueled by fear. However there is also the possibillity that he's tormenting his victims for the evulz.

      I think he lives off of human memory. The less people that know him, the weaker he gets, to the point that if everyone who knows him is dead, then he won't exist anymore. Carl Ross had the right idea, but Kate wasn't as willing. :(

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    • Please don't take all your information from that game.

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    • Implord wrote:
      Please don't take all your information from that game.

      I'm not.

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    • Scare Bear wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Please don't take all your information from that game.
      I'm not.

      Seems like it. Sorry, but the games are not canon in the mythos, and thus are unreliable.

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    • PyroGothNerd wrote:
      Scare Bear wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Please don't take all your information from that game.
      I'm not.
      Seems like it. Sorry, but the games are not canon in the mythos, and thus are unreliable.

      Well, I don't know. It's just a theory.

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    • Not a bad one, but it lacks actual depth.

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    • Implord wrote:
      Not a bad one, but it lacks actual depth.

      Well, I'm still looking for better evidence to support it.

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    • Do so.

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    • How about Electro magnetic Pulse or EMP, would it do anything to him?

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    • I'm not quite sure... I once had the plan to electrocute him, but apparently my theories suck.

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    • Devils trap constructed using salt?

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    • Why would that work? Neither Satan nor Slendy are snails, are they?

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    • Actually, salt was often used to hinder the movement of the fey folk and some daemons. For the fey, it acted as a barrier of sorts, and a magic circle made usually from salt was used to trap daemons in or outside of the circle, and the only way that the malevolent spirit could move freely in or out of the circle was at the will of the caster of the circle.

      Not sure about the Slender Man. He seems to be neither faerie nor diabolic entity.

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    • I heard the thing about salt, I just always wondered why faeries dislike the stuff.

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    • You ever heard of "throwing salt over your left shoulder to blind the devil sitting there"? It's kind of like that.

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    • Skylord Elberich wrote:
      Actually, salt was often used to hinder the movement of the fey folk and some daemons. For the fey, it acted as a barrier of sorts, and a magic circle made usually from salt was used to trap daemons in or outside of the circle, and the only way that the malevolent spirit could move freely in or out of the circle was at the will of the caster of the circle.

      Not sure about the Slender Man. He seems to be neither faerie nor diabolic entity.

      Actually, Slenderman has a lot in common with faeries. The connection wiki has a whole list of things faeries were known to do that Slenderman has also been known to do.

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    • Implord wrote:
      I'm not quite sure... I once had the plan to electrocute him, but apparently my theories suck.

      You kept forgetting he could just teleport out of the trap, and risked killing yourself and everyone in the vicinity....and that was assuming you could get that much energy in the first place.

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    • I assumed he couldn't teleport through leadpowder.

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    • Implord wrote:
      I assumed he couldn't teleport through leadpowder.

      How did that work out?

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    • Do you have a small, non-lethal Slendy for spare, so I can test my theory?

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    • Implord wrote:
      Do you have a small, non-lethal Slendy for spare, so I can test my theory?

      I have a few acolytes who went insane from reading the Slendronomicon that share similar abilities to Him, but the ethics committee aren't on board with the idea of human testing... yet.

      Also, do not call Him 'Slendy'. It's bad luck.

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    • What is the worst possible that could happen?

      Merry Christmas, by the way. Except, if you're in a different time zone.

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    • Implord wrote:
      What is the worst possible that could happen?

      Merry Christmas, by the way. Except, if you're in a different time zone.

      Merry Not-Actually-Jesus's-Birthday-But-What-The-Hell-It's-Been-Like-This-For-Nearly-Two-Thousand-Years-So-There's-No-Point-In-Changing-It-Now to you too, mate!

      And... well... bad things have happened to those who make a mockery of His name... we daren't even try saying his true name, in case we mispronounce it.

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    • Nyarlathotep?

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    • Implord wrote:
      Nyarlathotep?

      Nope. Nyarlathotep is entirely different. He, that is, the Slender Man, is neither Great old one, nor Outer God, nor even Elder God. He cannot be classed as a deity, more an... anomaly. An abberation. A fluke in the universe. He has no intention of existing, but does so anyway.

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    • Skylord Elberich wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Do you have a small, non-lethal Slendy for spare, so I can test my theory?
      I have a few acolytes who went insane from reading the Slendronomicon that share similar abilities to Him, but the ethics committee aren't on board with the idea of human testing... yet.

      Also, do not call Him 'Slendy'. It's bad luck.

      Can't be worse than calling him Slender.

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    • See?

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    • Ack- please, hush thyself! Bad luck, bad luck! Do you wish to be snuffed out like a candle?

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    • ...Are you...by any chance...drunk?

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    • No. I'm simply superstitious, and rightly so!

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    • Superstitious means sarcastic, right?

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    • Implord wrote:
      Superstitious means sarcastic, right?

      No. It means I believe in good luck and bad luck, and what may influence it.

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    • I take a "just in case" attitude towards luck

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    • I'm more of a "There is no way this is gonna end good"-kind-of-person, I'm afraid.

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    • i was always was scare from slender but one day when he came to my dream i hit hem between hes leg & he never back to me

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    • Fasciating.

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    • Implord wrote:
      Fasciating.
      • Fascinating.
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    • Implord wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Fasciating.
      • Fascinating.

      You could have just edited your post to fix the typo.

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    • Give him $20 and He'll leave you alone. My friend tOld me about it. He picked it up from a friend, who picked it up from another friend. 

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    • That's a tragic and kinda idiotic misinterpretation of an video-game easteregg. I wouldn't be on it IRL.

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    • PyroGothNerd wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Fasciating.
      • Fascinating.
      You could have just edited your post to fix the typo.

      I could, but I didn't think of it.

      It certainly wasn't a Homestuck-reference, solely based on stuff I read on Wikia.

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    • 73.220.123.215 wrote:
      Give him $20 and He'll leave you alone. My friend tOld me about it. He picked it up from a friend, who picked it up from another friend. 

      That's not true.

      It's an old joke from a parody video.

      $20 will not appease him.

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    • 73.220.123.215 wrote:
      Give him $20 and He'll leave you alone. My friend tOld me about it. He picked it up from a friend, who picked it up from another friend. 


      This joke is as old as the original 'slender' game.

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    • Well, not quite.

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    • 84.166.23.9 wrote:
      73.220.123.215 wrote:
      Give him $20 and He'll leave you alone. My friend tOld me about it. He picked it up from a friend, who picked it up from another friend. 

      This joke is as old as the original 'slender' game.

      This mythos was around longer than the Slender game. The joke is OLDER than the Slender game.

      The Slender games were based on the mythos, not the other way around.

      Also... while we're on the subject...

      NOT SLENDER

      It's SlenderMAN

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    • PyroGothNerd wrote:
      84.166.23.9 wrote:
      73.220.123.215 wrote:
      Give him $20 and He'll leave you alone. My friend tOld me about it. He picked it up from a friend, who picked it up from another friend. 

      This joke is as old as the original 'slender' game.
      This mythos was around longer than the Slender game. The joke is OLDER than the Slender game.

      The Slender games were based on the mythos, not the other way around.

      Also... while we're on the subject...

      NOT SLENDER

      It's SlenderMAN

      But the 20 Dollar joke origins from a DLC of the game "Slender: The Eight Pages", not from the mythos, and is therefore not as old as the game, as the 20 Dollar mode was added later. Also, what the user meant was the game "Slender", not the entity of Slender Man, is therefore not incorrect.

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    • Implord wrote:
      PyroGothNerd wrote:
      84.166.23.9 wrote:
      73.220.123.215 wrote:
      Give him $20 and He'll leave you alone. My friend tOld me about it. He picked it up from a friend, who picked it up from another friend. 

      This joke is as old as the original 'slender' game.
      This mythos was around longer than the Slender game. The joke is OLDER than the Slender game.

      The Slender games were based on the mythos, not the other way around.

      Also... while we're on the subject...

      NOT SLENDER

      It's SlenderMAN

      But the 20 Dollar joke origins from a DLC of the game "Slender: The Eight Pages", not from the mythos, and is therefore not as old as the game, as the 20 Dollar mode was added later. Also, what the user meant was the game "Slender", not the entity of Slender Man, is therefore not incorrect.

      No, it was around before that. One of the ARG's put up a joke video of Slender Man dancing to a song called "give me 20 dollars" I think it was Marble Hornets. Not sure.

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    • Really? Was it even before the original launch of the game?

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    • Implord wrote:
      Really? Was it even before the original launch of the game?

      Yeah. I remember it long before the game came out. I think there's an article about it somewhere on here.

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    • Okay, you won. Again.

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    • PyroGothNerd wrote:
      84.166.23.9 wrote:
      73.220.123.215 wrote:
      Give him $20 and He'll leave you alone. My friend tOld me about it. He picked it up from a friend, who picked it up from another friend. 

      This joke is as old as the original 'slender' game.
      This mythos was around longer than the Slender game. The joke is OLDER than the Slender game.

      The Slender games were based on the mythos, not the other way around.

      Also... while we're on the subject...

      NOT SLENDER

      It's SlenderMAN

      I never said his name was slender, i only meant the game ^^;. And of course i know the game was later than the mythos. But I've never heard about the joke before the game though.

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    • 84.166.23.9 wrote:
      PyroGothNerd wrote:
      84.166.23.9 wrote:
      73.220.123.215 wrote:
      Give him $20 and He'll leave you alone. My friend tOld me about it. He picked it up from a friend, who picked it up from another friend. 

      This joke is as old as the original 'slender' game.
      This mythos was around longer than the Slender game. The joke is OLDER than the Slender game.

      The Slender games were based on the mythos, not the other way around.

      Also... while we're on the subject...

      NOT SLENDER

      It's SlenderMAN

      I never said his name was slender, i only meant the game ^^;. And of course i know the game was later than the mythos. But I've never heard about the joke before the game though.

      I did. It was everywhere.

      Here, this came out 2011, one year before Slender: The Eight Pages

      Slender Man dances for his 20 dollars

      Slender Man dances for his 20 dollars

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    • Who comes up with this stuff?

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    • Implord wrote:
      Who comes up with this stuff?
      Lol, Internet! Forum Weapon

      Lol, Internet! Forum Weapon

      Remember this?


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    • Yes.

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    • HEY WHO WANTS TO SEE SOMETHING DEEPLY TERRIFYING

      HERE YA GO

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    • Seen it before. You know what's terrifying? Yesterday evening, my throat suddenly started ticking like a clock after every breath, for apparently no reason! I mean, imagine lying in bed and suddenly there are ticking sounds coming out your mouth!

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    • Implord wrote:
      Seen it before. You know what's terrifying? Yesterday evening, my throat suddenly started ticking like a clock after every breath, for apparently no reason! I mean, imagine lying in bed and suddenly there are ticking sounds coming out your mouth!

      Maybe you're part clock. It happens. I had an uncle who found out he was part clock during his honeymoon. His wife sure was shocked.

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    • Skylord Elberich wrote:
      HEY WHO WANTS TO SEE SOMETHING DEEPLY TERRIFYING

      HERE YA GO

      I LOVE THAT SONG!!!!!

      (No joke, the first time I saw it, I was more concerned about the character being topless. Someone in the comments asked what the heck was wrong with me.)

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    • Skylord Elberich wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Seen it before. You know what's terrifying? Yesterday evening, my throat suddenly started ticking like a clock after every breath, for apparently no reason! I mean, imagine lying in bed and suddenly there are ticking sounds coming out your mouth!
      Maybe you're part clock. It happens. I had an uncle who found out he was part clock during his honeymoon. His wife sure was shocked.

      Mine does that sometimes, too.

      What's worse is that feeling when you swallow and can feel it in your ear.

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    • Still creepy AF.

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    • Oh, does that mean I'm a Timelord or something?

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    • Implord wrote:
      Oh, does that mean I'm a Timelord or something?

      Because you're part clock?

      Get it? TIME Lord? Clocks tell time?

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    • Uh...yes, that was the joke.

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    • Implord wrote:
      Uh...yes, that was the joke.

      Oh, good, I was worried I was mistaken.

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    • No, you toally got it.

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    • Do I get a prize for guessing right?

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    • A head that’s always screaming!

      A head that’s always screaming!

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    • XD

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    • One of my favourite episodes.

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    • burn down the forest where he lives.

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    • Since he appears in multiple forrests. Smokey the Bear thinks you suck.

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    • What about fire?

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    • See my response to the last suggestion.

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    • Why do you think Slenderman is a thought projection? Where do you base this? It isn't too far from actuality. He's a cursed creature..half faery/half fallen angel caught between two worlds of living and hell his face was taken from him to insure he wouldn't be able to find a permanent way into either worlds. He preys on fear, casting magic formations generated by powerful concentration of thought as each person seeing what is needed in order for the ultiimate balance of fear to cause it to feed, which he needs bc it's what keeps him tethered to a certain reality if you could call it that. Almost like a Tulpa but a human cannot be possessed by it which Tulpa lore suggests. It's exactly why it stalks children and/or the young, their massive fear complexities creates a lasting effect or meal if you will on Slenderman, so he doesn't have to feed as often, hence, the reason there aren't many visual/written accounts. The way to kill him is to sufficate him by not giving him fear, to erase his reality in your mind. However, that is entirely speculation on the part of common sense. I am curious as to how you came across the idea of electrocution...it is a possibility of reasonable calculations. As far as the lore with salt, it is pure, one of the most purest minerals we have on earth, it is said in certain cultures that it is an important ingredient in faery dust, fire, and water bc it is so pure and the natural healing and/or destroying properties are incomparable, it is also stated in the same culture that it is the very veil set between the worlds of living, dead, and cursed to keep all beings in their worlds...halloween being the only day the veil is dense enough allowing the dead and cursed to walk through. However Slenderman was cursed between cursed and living with no eyes to see either world

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    • Okay, most of this doesn't seem like a speculation of "common sense", like the angel part, I see no evidence for that.

      Especially since that could kick of a religious debate far too easy and I learn from mistakes.

      About the thought projection and the pro-arguements, see the article on the Tulpa-theory. I could put the link right here, but I won't because I want to force-teach the users on this wiki to actually search for information a little, so they don't come to the forums and ask us wether Masky is a proxy or not.

      Wether that makes sense or not should be determined by someone less sleep-deprived than me.

      About the electrocution, well, I thought "If Slendy is a being created of thoughts and brain impulses, in one way or another, and the brain works via electric signals, Slendermans body would be a system, solely made out of electric currents.

      Therefore, I thought "If this is a complex system of impulses, how would it react if you'd give it a heavy electric signal that isn't part of it." My theory was, that the complex structure of Slendermans body would dissolve, because the signals would have been disrupted and altered by the electric shock.

      That would also be an explanation on why he affects electric devices and keeps away from civilisation, with all its machines.

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    • 64.49.59.197 wrote:
      Why do you think Slenderman is a thought projection? Where do you base this?


      It isn't so much that we think he's a thought projection as much as it is a form of supernatural assumption. Given Slender Man's unusual powers with no certainty to his behavior, this cannot be ruled out, and has a logical basis for its assumption.

      64.49.59.197 wrote:
      It isn't too far from actuality.


      He's a cursed creature..half faery/half fallen angel caught between two worlds of living and hell his face was taken from him to insure he wouldn't be able to find a permanent way into either worlds.</div>

      Unfortunately not only do I fail to see your logic here, but I don't see, in particular, why being a Tulpa would be less believable than a faerie who's face prevents him from reaching either "living or hell". If you have some kind of religious basis for this, then I'm not certain I could find any examples.

      Besides, your assertion effectively states that all other forms of investigation into Slender Man are automatically false, which I must entirely disagree. While it's fine to have a theory, Slender Man is incapable of being truly defined and understood in one particular way that automatically files him into a category. He may be a faerie, but he is not known to be one. There is a difference.

      64.49.59.197 wrote:
      He preys on fear, casting magic formations generated by powerful concentration of thought as each person seeing what is needed in order for the ultiimate balance of fear to cause it to feed, which he needs bc it's what keeps him tethered to a certain reality if you could call it that. Almost like a Tulpa but a human cannot be possessed by it which Tulpa lore suggests.


      So your interpretation completely throws out the existence of proxies. This either makes you a surgist, or you're just ignoring a good portion of the mythos.

      64.49.59.197 wrote:
      It's exactly why it stalks children and/or the young, their massive fear complexities creates a lasting effect or meal if you will on Slenderman, so he doesn't have to feed as often, hence, the reason there aren't many visual/written accounts. The way to kill him is to sufficate him by not giving him fear, to erase his reality in your mind.


      I'm gonna have to call wrong on that. There are plenty of documented series/blogs/stories of Slender Man attacking and targeting adults.

      Stories range wildly, but assuming he is a "fear eater" has always been my most hated theory because it makes the least amount of sense. Essentially, Slender Man exists because we're afraid of Slender Man, but you postulate that only children and young people are afraid of him? I can assure you that adults fear Slender Man as much as any child, possibly even more due to the helplessness in the situation.

      Besides, the "Fear Eater" interpretation means we ultimately have the greatest tool in fighting Slender Man: flat out ignoring him. This would make absolutely no sense in the grand scheme of his behavior. Given he tends to follow people for extensive periods, often without them being remotely aware of his existence until the last moment, it stands to reason that he would have just picked a different target or ignored the person entirely since they didn't even know he was around.

      64.49.59.197 wrote:
      However, that is entirely speculation on the part of common sense.


      No, this is clearly entirely based on religious logic. Common sense is something everyone would be aware of, but your logic is entirely based on a religious interpretation of him being a Faerie.

      64.49.59.197 wrote:
      I am curious as to how you came across the idea of electrocution...it is a possibility of reasonable calculations.


      Two things.

      1. What? electrocution? None of the pages list anything about him having lightning powers.

      2. No, that would make zero sense. The fact is lightning doesn't work the same in fiction as it does in reality. If you're going to say "reasonable calculations", then you must account for the fact that, in reality, lightning is a lousy weapon. it is highly inaccurate, cannot be aimed whatsoever, and cannot be created on command without some kind of incredible generator that would be far too heavy to lift and move about as a weapon. It's entirely impractical.

      64.49.59.197 wrote:
      As far as the lore with salt, it is pure, one of the most purest minerals we have on earth, it is said in certain cultures that it is an important ingredient in faery dust, fire, and water bc it is so pure and the natural healing and/or destroying properties are incomparable, it is also stated in the same culture that it is the very veil set between the worlds of living, dead, and cursed to keep all beings in their worlds...halloween being the only day the veil is dense enough allowing the dead and cursed to walk through. However Slenderman was cursed between cursed and living with no eyes to see either world


      Firstly, salt is not pure. Salt raised from the earth is often heavily inundated with various minerals, and has to be very heavily processed to be sold commercially. Natural salt out of the ground isn't typically "pure", it's ingested hundreds, possibly thousands, maybe even millions of years of mineral deposits. While it can be very good for you, salt also happens to be extremely dangerous to human health in large quantities, and can lead to serious heart issues. This is why people of certain ages are often told to eat low-sodium foods: because it is incredibly dangerous to ingest large amounts of salt.

      While the lore you're stating may be true, it still boils down to a religious argument, not a "common sense" one like you originally stipulated.

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    • The part about electrocution referenced to my former idea of killing Slenderman with an electric shock.

      Later, we (and "we" means Pyro, mostly) figured out this was the single most stupid plan in existence.

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    • PyroGothNerd wrote:
      Scare Bear wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Please don't take all your information from that game.
      I'm not.
      Seems like it. Sorry, but the games are not canon in the mythos, and thus are unreliable.

      Casual reminder that technically everything and nothing is canon, so technically the games are fair game (Minus HAUNT, that's pretty explicitely a complete reimagining).

      And as for defeating Slendy, you probably can't. However, the best way to avoid him is to be taller than him. He can't comprehend any human taller than him, so he'll ignore you.

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    • TheScareCr0we wrote:
      PyroGothNerd wrote:
      Scare Bear wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Please don't take all your information from that game.
      I'm not.
      Seems like it. Sorry, but the games are not canon in the mythos, and thus are unreliable.
      Casual reminder that technically everything and nothing is canon, so technically the games are fair game (Minus HAUNT, that's pretty explicitely a complete reimagining).

      And as for defeating Slendy, you probably can't. However, the best way to avoid him is to be taller than him. He can't comprehend any human taller than him, so he'll ignore you.

      Thanks 7141856d29a5b095561edc74a7a32ce2

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    • According to TV Tropes, this actually a thing in at least one universe.

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    • Implord wrote:
      According to TV Tropes, this actually a thing in at least one universe.

      It was speculation in one universe, a theory that was never tested. There was a similar theory with masks, to justify so many characters wearing them.

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    • I love how clever they are if it's about justifiying their own stupid ideas.

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    • Implord wrote:
      I love how clever they are if it's about justifiying their own stupid ideas.

      Well to be fair, blog writers didn't create the mask fetish, just latched onto it. Also the blogs are highly entertaining, despite my thinking that they are a bit too animeish for a horror franchise.

      Though I do have to admit, Dont Shoot The Messanger does deconstruct the blogverse's idea of proxies. (Spoilers: it's a fucking cult, lead by people who claim to be able to understand slenderman's will).

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    • TheScareCr0we wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      I love how clever they are if it's about justifiying their own stupid ideas.
      Well to be fair, blog writers didn't create the mask fetish, just latched onto it.

      The real problem stems from MarbleHornets. Don't get me wrong, MarbleHornets did it very well, using it as symbols and as a great way to mask certain key characters until reveals, but unfortunately rather than look at the symbolic and practical reasons for masks, a lot of ARG's, ARE's, and general stories went "Gee, Masky and Hoodie are so cool senpai awesome badass kawaii mysterious, I wanan do that too!" I remember reading a lot of comments where people were honestly disappointed that Masky wasn't some bishonen anime guy underneath the mask, but rather an average joe, as if not being thin and sexy by shoujo anime standards somehow demeaned the character. It wasn't the character they liked, it was the cool mask that maybe covered some cute character underneath, only to be genuinely angry when Tim stopped becoming Masky, and when Brian turned out to be Hoodie.

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    • Fobarimperius wrote:
      TheScareCr0we wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      I love how clever they are if it's about justifiying their own stupid ideas.
      Well to be fair, blog writers didn't create the mask fetish, just latched onto it.
      The real problem stems from MarbleHornets. Don't get me wrong, MarbleHornets did it very well, using it as symbols and as a great way to mask certain key characters until reveals, but unfortunately rather than look at the symbolic and practical reasons for masks, a lot of ARG's, ARE's, and general stories went "Gee, Masky and Hoodie are so cool senpai awesome badass kawaii mysterious, I wanan do that too!" I remember reading a lot of comments where people were honestly disappointed that Masky wasn't some bishonen anime guy underneath the mask, but rather an average joe, as if not being thin and sexy by shoujo anime standards somehow demeaned the character. It wasn't the character they liked, it was the cool mask that maybe covered some cute character underneath, only to be genuinely angry when Tim stopped becoming Masky, and when Brian turned out to be Hoodie.

      And that they didn't eat cheesecake. But yeah, people got waaaay to into the idea of the characters. And don't get me wrong, I actually have a mask fetish (in the non-sexual meaning of the word, though I wouldn't be surprised if it did cross that line. anyways...), but at least I could still like the characters for what they are.

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    • Okay one, I highly doubt it's human, or even mortal. So that last part is pretty much redundant.

      Second, he can change his height to be taller, so what's stopping him from shrinking to fit in said rooms.

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    • All you have to do Is wait for him to corner you!

      turn around with your eyes closed

      point a mirror at his face!

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    • 73.45.106.194 wrote:
      All you have to do Is wait for him to corner you!

      turn around with your eyes closed

      point a mirror at his face!

      What good would tat do. He's not medusa.

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    • Also, what face?

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    • Implord wrote:
      Also, what face?
      Tumblr na4066gxye1tjpr78o1 500
      This one, probably.
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    • I'm so glad I'm bad at reading faces.

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    • Searching for that photo has reminded me that in a lot of the original photos, he appeared to have some sort of mouth. More of a creepy ass gaping black hole in his face, but at one point somebody mentioned him "smiling".

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    • Didn't he originally have a face that was only not visible on camera?

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    • My ideas on how to defeat him are 1) excorcism or somthin' like that 2) an arrow juiced up with holy water and a cross, and 3) murdering all his proxies and cutting off his main source of power--fear. Then he will shrivel and die away or somethin'. 


      Agree or not agree, I don' care, tell meh what ya think.

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    • 162.72.31.215 wrote:
      Agree or not agree, I don' care, tell meh what ya think.

      This is an inherently contradictory sentence

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    • Im dying lol
      Try this
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    • 162.72.31.215 wrote:
      My ideas on how to defeat him are 1) excorcism or somthin' like that 2) an arrow juiced up with holy water and a cross, and 3) murdering all his proxies and cutting off his main source of power--fear. Then he will shrivel and die away or somethin'. 


      Agree or not agree, I don' care, tell meh what ya think.


      If I said everything that I think, you'd be pissed at me, but concerning your theory:

      1. Slendy is, as far as we know, no creature to biblical hell. He doesn't care for exorcism.

      2. Same.

      3. We don't know if he's atually powered by fear and you make "killing all his underlings" sound like an easy thing to do.

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    • Implord wrote:
      162.72.31.215 wrote:
      My ideas on how to defeat him are 1) excorcism or somthin' like that 2) an arrow juiced up with holy water and a cross, and 3) murdering all his proxies and cutting off his main source of power--fear. Then he will shrivel and die away or somethin'. 


      Agree or not agree, I don' care, tell meh what ya think.


      If I said everything that I think, you'd be pissed at me, but concerning your theory:

      1. Slendy is, as far as we know, no creature to biblical hell. He doesn't care for exorcism.

      2. Same.

      3. We don't know if he's atually powered by fear and you make "killing all his underlings" sound like an easy thing to do.

      The truth is that any normal individual would have a tough time in a 2 on 1 fight, let alone a fight against dozens upon hundreds of proxies, made even worse by the fact that the ringleader is both inhuman and capable of bizarre internal abnormalities in its targets, such as unbearable headaches, vomiting, disorientation, and possibly memory loss. Even if you had the ability to stand up against Slender Man physically (after all it has never been clear just how strong he is), you'd still fall to the other effects. 

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    • Altogether, a bad idea.

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    • 162.72.31.215 wrote:
      My ideas on how to defeat him are 1) excorcism or somthin' like that 2) an arrow juiced up with holy water and a cross, and 3) murdering all his proxies and cutting off his main source of power--fear. Then he will shrivel and die away or somethin'. 


      Agree or not agree, I don' care, tell meh what ya think.


      How about we think of something opposite of slenderman in everyway which had good traits. Make it a reality and then throw it at slenderman?

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    • Why didn't we think of that? -_-

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    • Implord wrote:
      Why didn't we think of that? -_-

      Actually it's been a theory proposed before.

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    • So we actually did think of that?

      I know we already debated a being opposed to Slenderman exists, but the plan to, like, together create such a thing by believing very strongly... I mean, even if I didn't have the attention of a kitten, we're not exactly high in numbers...

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    • Assuming Slender Man is actually a Tulpa.

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    • Good point, but for the sake of debating this theory, we must assume that theory.

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    • For now.

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    • Implord wrote:
      So we actually did think of that?

      I know we already debated a being opposed to Slenderman exists, but the plan to, like, together create such a thing by believing very strongly... I mean, even if I didn't have the attention of a kitten, we're not exactly high in numbers...

      Well you don't inheritantly need a bunch of people to make a tulpa. So this example is actually from The Fear Mythos, but in The Jeanette Exeriance, The Smiling Man was brought into existance by a small handful of people who wanted to creat their own Slenderman. It went horribly right, sort of. It came into existance but at first could only live by posessing one of it's creators. She somehow exorcized it from her body (at the cost of her eyes), leaving it stranded in the real world with a half-formed body. It then used our protagonist to help it become whole, essentially taking on her traits (hence why it has red hair and stopped wearing a Straight Jacket).

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    • I still doubt that we can create a Tulpa just like that. If that worked, I'd doom mankind in every second math lesson.

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    • Why on earth would they wanna make a Slenderman, so they can scare the living hell outta Russia or somethin' (and yes, I know absoulty zero about this stuff, so just roll with me here). 

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    • Why Russia? Are Russians notoriously scared of beings with fine suits and no face?

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    • I did a theory, on how the observer/slenderman/13 other names for this thing could control people, like what lobes of the brain he could attack and control. We could try and find a way to protect ourselves from the mental abuse, and use that against him. Turn his oen strength into a weakness.

      Also, maybe be doesn't teleport, what if he goes through holes in time, but it depends on level of strength he has. Like he's or It's been in stories century's ago, like think about it. He is tired after being mooved to a different location in time from 5 minutes ahead or Years in the past to escape. Call me crazy but thats my 2 cents

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    • 24.165.83.92 wrote:
      Why on earth would they wanna make a Slenderman, so they can scare the living hell outta Russia or somethin' (and yes, I know absoulty zero about this stuff, so just roll with me here). 

      Well they wanted to make an urban legend that would become as popular as slenderman. They had no idea it would actually become real, let alone murder people.

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    • Russia has an own Slenderman?

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    • I do hope that it doesn't.

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    • A likely explaination is that "The stick in the mud" exists outside of our universe and therefore doesn't seem to care what "country" he's in.

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    • What we call talking may just seem like static to him.

      What we call cooperation he has no concept of, for he is alone.

      He may be the human Antithesis.

      For to be opposite you must be similar.

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    • Somewhere, right now, a Memefan whispers "Bruh".

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    • Anonymous wrote:
      How to defeat slender?

      you fools dont understand... slenderman is yes a very powerful being possibly immortal but that does not mean he cannot be banished from our world the proxies he has created not only serve him but they give him power and energy in short this slenderman is like voldemort and his hourcruxes destroy the proxies weaken the being then comes the hard part banishing him forever

      the only way to banish slenderman is hidden in H.P. Lovecraft's books

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    • How very not cliché.

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    • 73.165.117.71 wrote:
      Anonymous wrote:
      How to defeat slender?
      you fools dont understand... slenderman is yes a very powerful being possibly immortal but that does not mean he cannot be banished from our world the proxies he has created not only serve him but they give him power and energy in short this slenderman is like voldemort and his hourcruxes destroy the proxies weaken the being then comes the hard part banishing him forever

      the only way to banish slenderman is hidden in H.P. Lovecraft's books

      H.P. Lovecraft taught us that it is impossible to destroy things we cannot understand, and that trying to understand them is impossible, thus your solution is "do nothing".

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    • Fobarimperius wrote:
      73.165.117.71 wrote:
      Anonymous wrote:
      How to defeat slender?
      you fools dont understand... slenderman is yes a very powerful being possibly immortal but that does not mean he cannot be banished from our world the proxies he has created not only serve him but they give him power and energy in short this slenderman is like voldemort and his hourcruxes destroy the proxies weaken the being then comes the hard part banishing him forever

      the only way to banish slenderman is hidden in H.P. Lovecraft's books

      H.P. Lovecraft taught us that it is impossible to destroy things we cannot understand, and that trying to understand them is impossible, thus your solution is "do nothing".

      That's generally seemed to be the general consensus most runners have reached within the mythos, barring a few exceptions. That being, there's nothing much we can do but hope it ignores us, and run like hell if it doesn't.

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    • I'm just saying "Dunwich Horror". They came, they saw, they kicked it's... butt.

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    • Keeping up pretention, stabbing him with a "Severance" symbol knife could stop him.

      But only for you.

      And getting close to the bastard is bloody hard.

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    • And there is the possiblity that HABIT is lying because let's be honest.

      HABIT is a weirdo.

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    • Seeing as the Severance symbol was, as far as I know, never mentioned to be weaponizable...

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    • Implord wrote:
      Seeing as the Severance symbol was, as far as I know, never mentioned to be weaponizable...

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGbvzdKBIPQ 

      I assume you only looked at EMH though.

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    • I can respect that.

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    • Hey guys, I have one answer that comes with one question: As said, if you put the Severance symbol on something like a knife, the object becomes more powerful. And so, the Severance symbol can protect people by drawing it on them, right? Well, my question is: if x person makes/draws the Severance symbol on other person (y) to protect him/her, but person "x" dies, the person "y" is still protected? Because I thought that the person who makes it must have the "willpower" so it still can work, but by killing him/her, the symbol probably becomes useless.

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    • Also, I think Slender can't be killed but avoided. And if it can be killed, I think the Severance symbol is a possible answer if not the only one (following the TribeTwelve series)

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    • I really doubt a symbol can protect you or kill Slenderman.

      If anything, it can focus willpower, as you said, which would maybe help if Slenderman really is a Tulpa. In that case, you're protected as long as you feel like you are, I guess.

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    • Ya.

      About the symbol... I don't think it can protect you neither, I just thought about that by following the TribeTwelve series.

      But, maybe, if considering the theory that Slender is a fourth dimensional being, we can only defeat him or make him less powerful in his dimension and not in ours. And maybe the only ones who can defeat him would be his proxies, because (TribeTwelve again) they "obtain" some skills he owns by being more and more loyal to him. Proxies, if they would betray him, would, possibly, make some physical damage.

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    • I'm not sure, but I don't think a Proxy can do sh*t without Slendys approval... Also, they don't have own minds anymore, so how would they turn on him?

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    • I'm not sure if it was HABIT or who then, but I've read that a proxy stabbed another with the Severance symbol in a knife liberating said proxy from Slender's control, and then he could help his past him to not become a proxy. Being Firebrand saving his past self Noah. 

      But, which proxies do you mean? The proxies that already existed and use persons as vessels? or the proxies that once were humans and have been twisted so bad that they became what they are now? I would really like to know how the first type were created. If I am correct, they are kind of souls living in Slender's dimension or something like that

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    • ÑeñeBrah wrote:
      I'm not sure if it was HABIT or who then, but I've read that a proxy stabbed another with the Severance symbol in a knife liberating said proxy from Slender's control, and then he could help his past him to not become a proxy. Being Firebrand saving his past self Noah. 

      But, which proxies do you mean? The proxies that already existed and use persons as vessels? or the proxies that once were humans and have been twisted so bad that they became what they are now? I would really like to know how the first type were created. If I am correct, they are kind of souls living in Slender's dimension or something like that

      habit said that to noah, and in that context we can assume he meant the collective. said collective are the first type, more or less, and arnt beings from slendy's whatever, but rather extensions of the slender man itself.

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    • Yeeeaah, the Collective is what I meant with the first type

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    • Anything else we can discuss?

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    • If we can't kill him, maybe there would be a way to immobilise him, to capture him?

      If we knew the extend of his physical strenght, all we'd have to do would be finding a way to stop him from teleporting.

      Any ideas on that matter?

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    • oPyroGothNerd wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Uh...yes, that was the joke.
      Oh, good, I was worried I was mistaken.

      donot loke at slenderman and.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................



      ..........

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    • The way he teleports.. the Slender walking, it's possibly like QuickSilver from the X-Men or Avengers does: We see him going fast af but he only stops/slows down time and only runs, in this case; Slender walks. So we should have a very good precision and good reflexes to hit him or dodge him or something before he reaches us.

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    • One question btw: Is Ticci Toby a real Slender's proxy? Or that was invented by some fans?

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    • Toby is confirmed fiction.

      About your Teleportation-Theory: He seems able to pass/phase through solid objects, so he can't just walk in another plain of time.

      Which is actually my main-issue: How do we contain something that cannpt be stopped by walls?

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    • Implord wrote:
      Toby is confirmed fiction.

      About your Teleportation-Theory: He seems able to pass/phase through solid objects, so he can't just walk in another plain of time.

      Which is actually my main-issue: How do we contain something that cannpt be stopped by walls?

      toby is more than fiction, he's basically fan-fiction. ad his creator regrets ever makig him.

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    • "toby is more than fiction, he's basically fan-fiction. ad his creator regrets ever makig him." I think every creator of boy-creepypastas regrets making them because of the fangirls..

       About this: "How do we contain something that cannpt be stopped by walls?", the Quantum theory might be the answer. The condensed molecules disperse somehow through the wall and instantly regroup after crossing it. But, where did you hear/read that Slender can pass through solid objects?

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    • Not sure, I kinda considered this established all the time. I mean, I don't think slamming the door on him will stop him from entering your house.

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    • Oh that's true. I will have to think about it

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    • the only way to kill slenderman which has a link to ms pelegrines home for peculiar children he feeds on eyes not souls 

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    • so cut his head open with a knife and rip out all the eyes and tenticles

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    • jeff can do that i should know

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    • Tim Burtons Hollows were inspired by Slendy, but they are not him. Add them to the Connection Wiki or wait until I, or someone else, finds the time to do so.


      And Jeff is not a canon part of the mythos. We need something more threatening anyway, like psychic kids with horrible aim...

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    • 64.223.174.76 wrote:
      How to defeat slender?

      Only 2 ways - Find all the pages(which is impossible)

      or do not be afraid of him(that will not banish him, but you will protected)

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    • Based on what evidence?

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    • 94.142.238.252 wrote:
      64.223.174.76 wrote:
      How to defeat slender?
      Only 2 ways - Find all the pages(which is impossible)

      or do not be afraid of him(that will not banish him, but you will protected)

      Oh...you actually think finding the pages beats him in the games?

      Everyone knows by now he gets you, anyway.

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    • PyroGothNerd wrote:
      94.142.238.252 wrote:
      64.223.174.76 wrote:
      How to defeat slender?
      Only 2 ways - Find all the pages(which is impossible)

      or do not be afraid of him(that will not banish him, but you will protected)

      Oh...you actually think finding the pages beats him in the games?

      Everyone knows by now he gets you, anyway.

      I think they imply there are many more pages.

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    • Or that the pages were unrelated.

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    • No, I think he actually implied many relevant pages.

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    • The ghostbuster's Proton Pack could work on the Slenderman and capture him.

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    • Slenderman is not a ghost, Ghost Busters aren't real and blindworms are lizards, they just look like snakes.

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    • What if the pages are connected to it's actual existence and power? IF they(the pages) are drawn by former victims, and IF it(Slenderman) did form out of thought, the thought that was put into the pages may become imbued with a similar energy as Slenderman. Thus, as they are collected, the collective energy could attract it, or worse, empower it more to the point where it becomes agitated, wanting to seek it out so he could "feed" off of it or destroy it. 

      Just a theory to work off of.

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    • They probably serve to steer the new victims thoughts towards Slenderman, which allows Slendy to locate and attack said victims.

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    • The pages on the original game were just tips from the creator for the player to collect more. In Slender: The Arrival, the pages are only drawn by Kate (and not other victims) with the idea of helping Lauren to understand what's going on and what she is dealing with.

      P.S: Do you know if there's going to be a sequel to Slender: The Arrival? Or, do you think there will be one?

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    • I think SlenderDev is working on it.

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      • ominous sounds of a ghost genre*
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    • OOOOOooooooo OOOOOOOoooOOOOOO

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    • That's what it sounds like.

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    • What the heck are you talking about, TheEighthArm?

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    • I think he's broken.

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    • How to defeat Slenderman, hm?

      So let's get this straight, sightings go back hundreds of years, he hasn't changed, possibly a macroscopic quantum entity of Bose-Einstein Condensate, or a hyperdimensional entity (maybe both?). That means we know he has no biological processes, since he does not age. So we can assume that he is a purely quantum mechanical entity with powers that a hyperdimensional creature can possess (such as the manifestation of electromagnetic fields when he descends from his hyperdimensional space into our three-dimensional space).

      So, he's a being of pure energy, I guess. Or pure power. From that, I can assume that he formed from absolute chaos. Anyone heard of a Boltzmann Brain? That idea that can also assume that we're all just random quantum fluctuations in a vacuum and all of our memories are lies? Well I'm going to incorporate an idea from that concept, loosely defined as "you can find any combination of numbers in pi, or in any irrational number" or my personal favorite, "a billion monkeys are typing randomly on keyboards in a room. Eventually, one of them pops out a perfect copy of King Lear by Shakespeare". Basically that means that Slenderman just appeared out of chaos, or nothing, since chaos is a Greek word for nothing. Funny.

      So what's that gotta do with this?

      So he's POSSIBLY a being of Bose-Einstein Condensate from a higher dimensional plane formed from chaos. Let's just go with that I discuss possible methods on neutralizing him. Bose-Einstein Condensate is a "quantum" state of matter (applies moreso to quantum mechanics) that has the particles that make it up match in quantum energy level, allowing them to work together to act as a single macroscopic quantum mechanical entity. This time, for Slendy boy (just assuming here), it's in four SPATIAL DIMENSIONS (Not temporal, the fourth dimension isn't necessarily time. Us calling the fourth dimension "time" is like a one-dimensional creature calling the second-dimension "time").

      Note: Bose-Einstein Condensate forms when atoms or any particle has their energy cooled to pretty much absolute zero, so that they have pretty much no motion at all, and they start to clump together to create a group of atoms with identical energy states so they act in unison (Thanks LiveScience!).

      Subnote: Other forms of matter are governed by a law called Pauli Exclusion Principle, which states that fermions (electrons, quarks, yadda yadda) can't occupy the same energy state so yeah.

      Bose-Einstein Condensates obey laws known as Bose-Einstein Statistics, which applies to particles you can't tell apart, or photons, which are gauge bosons of light, or electromagnetism. So, if Slenderman is a multidimensional entity of Bose-Einstein Condensate, just gotta destabilize that connection between his particles and bada-bing-bada-boom, he's down for the count!

      Well...

      Okay I'm not sure. BUT I may add to this when I need to, just in case the whole "hyper-dimensional entity" thing complicates the destabilization of energy levels. May be some errors in my SCIENCE but whatever. Bye bye now!

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    • Okay, I don't have the scientific know-how to actually point out mistakes in this, and I know the theories you mentioned to exist, yet I'm pretty sure a physicist would be very upset about what you just wrote.

      That being said, how would you destabilize the connection between his particles.

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    • That is a lot of science

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    • At least it sounds really, really smart.

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    • @First Reply [Implord]

      Yeah I'm pretty sure I may have tied in some "Cardinal Sins of Quantum Mechanics" (or whatever the Hell they're callin' 'em) or whatever in my explanation, but hey, cut me some slack I did this thing off the toppa my heads.

      Also about destabilizing the connections, honestly I'm not sure how that would work. BUT if this guy IS unkillable (Energy can't be destroyed, no?), then I just vote to imprison him in his own dimension. I'm supposing that he can manifest in our dimension due to his dimension being the space our dimension resides in, SO if we A) Separate the dimension from itself (unsure how that works, may need to brush up on string theory for that), or B) Entomb our dimension with some sort of hyperdimensional barrier (the barrier having the same dimensions as Slendy boy) or C) Trap him in his purely energetic form on some sort of container (honestly I got that from Gravity Falls), he just may be outta our hairs. Also, note, hyperdimensional objects theoretically can look like they're moving through walls so that's fudging creepy.

      Note: I ain't no none expert at this stuff, but probably I'm around a novice or amateur. I guess. But 'ey I try.

      Subnote: Hyperdimensional just means of dimensions higher than three. In my eyes, at least.

      ...I just realized that there are no actual replies to stuff in this thread. Oh well.

      Illa vita est! C'est la vie!

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    • ThisIsMyName641 wrote:
      @First Reply [Implord]

      Yeah I'm pretty sure I may have tied in some "Cardinal Sins of Quantum Mechanics" (or whatever the Hell they're callin' 'em) or whatever in my explanation, but hey, cut me some slack I did this thing off the toppa my heads.

      Also about destabilizing the connections, honestly I'm not sure how that would work. BUT if this guy IS unkillable (Energy can't be destroyed, no?), then I just vote to imprison him in his own dimension. I'm supposing that he can manifest in our dimension due to his dimension being the space our dimension resides in, SO if we A) Separate the dimension from itself (unsure how that works, may need to brush up on string theory for that), or B) Entomb our dimension with some sort of hyperdimensional barrier (the barrier having the same dimensions as Slendy boy) or C) Trap him in his purely energetic form on some sort of container (honestly I got that from Gravity Falls), he just may be outta our hairs. Also, note, hyperdimensional objects theoretically can look like they're moving through walls so that's fudging creepy.

      Note: I ain't no none expert at this stuff, but probably I'm around a novice or amateur. I guess. But 'ey I try.

      Subnote: Hyperdimensional just means of dimensions higher than three. In my eyes, at least.

      ...I just realized that there are no actual replies to stuff in this thread. Oh well.

      Illa vita est! C'est la vie!

      And there I was wondering what to do with all those hyperdeminsional barriers, lying around on my attic.

      That aside, energy can't be destroyed but it can be transformed, right?

      If Slenderman is actually a being of pure energy, then everything he does is based on this energy.

      Machines and electric devices react to him, as well as brains, which are based on electric impulses, which means, his energy can be transfered to electric energy, right? Which means, if we had a device that could stand the amount of energy Slendy is made of, we could transform him to regular electricity, right?

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      ThisIsMyName641 wrote:
      @First Reply [Implord]

      Yeah I'm pretty sure I may have tied in some "Cardinal Sins of Quantum Mechanics" (or whatever the Hell they're callin' 'em) or whatever in my explanation, but hey, cut me some slack I did this thing off the toppa my heads.

      Also about destabilizing the connections, honestly I'm not sure how that would work. BUT if this guy IS unkillable (Energy can't be destroyed, no?), then I just vote to imprison him in his own dimension. I'm supposing that he can manifest in our dimension due to his dimension being the space our dimension resides in, SO if we A) Separate the dimension from itself (unsure how that works, may need to brush up on string theory for that), or B) Entomb our dimension with some sort of hyperdimensional barrier (the barrier having the same dimensions as Slendy boy) or C) Trap him in his purely energetic form on some sort of container (honestly I got that from Gravity Falls), he just may be outta our hairs. Also, note, hyperdimensional objects theoretically can look like they're moving through walls so that's fudging creepy.

      Note: I ain't no none expert at this stuff, but probably I'm around a novice or amateur. I guess. But 'ey I try.

      Subnote: Hyperdimensional just means of dimensions higher than three. In my eyes, at least.

      ...I just realized that there are no actual replies to stuff in this thread. Oh well.

      Illa vita est! C'est la vie!

      And there I was wondering what to do with all those hyperdeminsional barriers, lying around on my attic.

      That aside, energy can't be destroyed but it can be transformed, right?

      If Slenderman is actually a being of pure energy, then everything he does is based on this energy.

      Machines and electric devices react to him, as well as brains, which are based on electric impulses, which means, his energy can be transfered to electric energy, right? Which means, if we had a device that could stand the amount of energy Slendy is made of, we could transform him to regular electricity, right?

      Yeah. Like Bill Cipher in the Gravity Falls finale, I suppose, when they absorbed him into the memory eraser gun (the schematics in Journal 3 explain that the "memory" erased is stored on an electrical tape so yeah). But something that huge... It'd require a lot. Say... Hm. I'm not sure, but probably something on the lines of nanotechnology.

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    • [REDACTED] wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      ThisIsMyName641 wrote:
      @First Reply [Implord]

      Yeah I'm pretty sure I may have tied in some "Cardinal Sins of Quantum Mechanics" (or whatever the Hell they're callin' 'em) or whatever in my explanation, but hey, cut me some slack I did this thing off the toppa my heads.

      Also about destabilizing the connections, honestly I'm not sure how that would work. BUT if this guy IS unkillable (Energy can't be destroyed, no?), then I just vote to imprison him in his own dimension. I'm supposing that he can manifest in our dimension due to his dimension being the space our dimension resides in, SO if we A) Separate the dimension from itself (unsure how that works, may need to brush up on string theory for that), or B) Entomb our dimension with some sort of hyperdimensional barrier (the barrier having the same dimensions as Slendy boy) or C) Trap him in his purely energetic form on some sort of container (honestly I got that from Gravity Falls), he just may be outta our hairs. Also, note, hyperdimensional objects theoretically can look like they're moving through walls so that's fudging creepy.

      Note: I ain't no none expert at this stuff, but probably I'm around a novice or amateur. I guess. But 'ey I try.

      Subnote: Hyperdimensional just means of dimensions higher than three. In my eyes, at least.

      ...I just realized that there are no actual replies to stuff in this thread. Oh well.

      Illa vita est! C'est la vie!

      And there I was wondering what to do with all those hyperdeminsional barriers, lying around on my attic.

      That aside, energy can't be destroyed but it can be transformed, right?

      If Slenderman is actually a being of pure energy, then everything he does is based on this energy.

      Machines and electric devices react to him, as well as brains, which are based on electric impulses, which means, his energy can be transfered to electric energy, right? Which means, if we had a device that could stand the amount of energy Slendy is made of, we could transform him to regular electricity, right?

      Yeah. Like Bill Cipher in the Gravity Falls finale, I suppose, when they absorbed him into the memory eraser gun (the schematics in Journal 3 explain that the "memory" erased is stored on an electrical tape so yeah). But something that huge... It'd require a lot. Say... Hm. I'm not sure, but probably something on the lines of nanotechnology.

      Oops. Forgot to sign in when typing that. Heh heh.

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    • We could deliver power to China! :D

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    • Implord wrote:
      We could deliver power to China! :D

      POOOOWER! GET THE POWER!!!

      ADRENALINE IS FLOW-ING THROUGH MY BRAI-

      POWER, GET THE POWER!

      WITH DICIPLINE AND EV'RY HOUR THAT I'VE TRAIAIAIAIAINED!

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    • Sounds like Song Lyrics?

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    • Implord wrote:
      Sounds like Song Lyrics?

      Eeyup

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    • TheScareCr0we wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Sounds like Song Lyrics?
      Eeyup

      What is song?

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    • Song is weird is what song is.

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    • Also - NOT BROKEN.

      Only minor injuries.

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    • Skylord Elberich wrote:
      TheScareCr0we wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Sounds like Song Lyrics?
      Eeyup
      What is song?
      One Punch Man FULL ENGLISH OPENING (The Hero - Jam Project) Cover by Jonathan Young

      One Punch Man FULL ENGLISH OPENING (The Hero - Jam Project) Cover by Jonathan Young

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    • TheScareCr0we wrote:
      Skylord Elberich wrote:
      TheScareCr0we wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Sounds like Song Lyrics?
      Eeyup
      What is song?
      One Punch Man FULL ENGLISH OPENING (The Hero - Jam Project) Cover by Jonathan Young

      One Punch Man FULL ENGLISH OPENING (The Hero - Jam Project) Cover by Jonathan Young

      OH HELL YES THIS IS MY ANIME. ALSO MY MANGA. EVEN THOUGH THE MANGA IS PLACED IN A CONFUSING ORDER WITH THE SITES I USE.

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    • ThisIsMyName641 wrote:
      TheScareCr0we wrote:
      Skylord Elberich wrote:
      TheScareCr0we wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Sounds like Song Lyrics?
      Eeyup
      What is song?
      One Punch Man FULL ENGLISH OPENING (The Hero - Jam Project) Cover by Jonathan Young

      One Punch Man FULL ENGLISH OPENING (The Hero - Jam Project) Cover by Jonathan Young

      OH HELL YES THIS IS MY ANIME. ALSO MY MANGA. EVEN THOUGH THE MANGA IS PLACED IN A CONFUSING ORDER WITH THE SITES I USE.

      I've only read a little bit of it. I just love this guy's singing voice.

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    • TheScareCr0we wrote:
      Skylord Elberich wrote:
      TheScareCr0we wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      Sounds like Song Lyrics?
      Eeyup
      What is song?
      One Punch Man FULL ENGLISH OPENING (The Hero - Jam Project) Cover by Jonathan Young

      One Punch Man FULL ENGLISH OPENING (The Hero - Jam Project) Cover by Jonathan Young

      Noice.

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    • He could easily defeat Slender Man, I suppose.

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    • how can u kill slender man please tell me

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    • H E Y   W H O   W A N T S   T O   H E L P   M E   B U I L D   A   F A L L O U T   B U N K E R

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    • hello

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    • please he is after me

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    • please i do not want to die

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    • i am not lieing

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    • Have you tried visiting a therapist?

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    • I think he's like the Weeping angels [Doctor Who] only a bit different. instead of looking at them to defeat them you can't look at him and the way he targets you is by you thinking about him and the scary thing is the more you try not to think about him the more you do think about him

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    • Just created this profile i was the guy that said this "I think he's like the Weeping angels [Doctor Who] only a bit different. instead of looking at them to defeat them you can't look at him and the way he targets you is by you thinking about him and the scary thing is the more you try not to think about him the more you do think about him"

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    • Implord
      Implord removed this reply because:
      Stating fake
      05:34, November 11, 2016
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    • I don't think so, otherwise I'd be dead longtime.

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    • Anyone knows how Slender first appeared? Who was the first person who saw him? Or something? Maybe if we knew his beginnings we could theorize his ending, but I guess that's unknown to everyone, right?

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    • First reports of Slender Man were made when Slendy brainwashed Victor Surge into thinking he made him up.

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    • Is this confirmed? I mean, did Victor Surge say that? Or is any other way to prove it?

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    • Victor Surge confirmed to have made him up.

      He was also the first to mention Slender Man.

      If Slenderman is real, which we shall assume for the sake of debate, Surge has either lied or he was made to believe he said the truth.

      I see no reason why Surge would lie. The reasonable assumption is, that he was manipulated my Slenderman.

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    • Does that fall under a "Proxie" level of control?

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    • Nope.

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    • Well, I just thought, if Slender is one inter-dimensional being there could maybe be more like him. What I want to say is that there could be a fight between Slender and other beings like him. The other one could kill it. There's no way we can provoke this, but it's a way to defeat him.

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    • If we can't provoke it, it's not a way to defeat him.

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    • Well then, if Slender was a human mental construction, we could create a being like him, but in this case, to protect us and kill him. That way we can provoke it. 

      -ÑeñeBrah doesn't want to login heh

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    • Maybe guns would work on the Slenderman, explosive guns.

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    • I don't think exploding guns would be of any use. Also, why not use regular bombs?

      Anti-Slendy is a nice idea, though. But how do we make him popular?

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    • Also, would he be fat?

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    • Maybe an crossbow with holy water or perhaps a silver stake lol!

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    • Slender Man is not a Werepyre.

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    • Burn him with molotov and put the oil in everywhere.

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    • Why would that work?

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    • I think they are not reflecting their answers, Implord, they just say things that could kill three-dimensional beings, i.e., us or any animal

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    • Well, creatures like Slenderman are usually ridiculously hard to kill.

      The known methods for killing things that fit his stereotype are:

      a) Some weird weakness against something we probably consider common. Let's say bubblegum may kill him. That's why he preys on youngsters, anyway, because without them, the bubblegum-industry goes broke and he's save from a chewy demise. I, personally, still tend to think he probably hates radio-waves or electromagnetic fields, but Nintendo did that with Deoxys. Which reminds me to put Deoxys on the Connections-Wiki some time. When I'm not sleep-deprived and just want to celebrate the end to a shitty week.

      b) Something that's totally not common and has to be figured out by some nerdy science-hero that works for a job he's underqualified for, at least until he forces the goverment to recruit him. Again, my bet would be on some weird frequency or wavelength of something. Maybe not.

      c) An ancient and rumored item or power of undefined nature that probably has to be found and wielded by some chosen kid with some special gift or something. He's a loner at school and sucks at sports, yet proves crazy stamina and strength as the plot requires to hold on to something for a long time, like a slithery rope, dangling over a deep abyss.

      d) Following him into his world. Because we cannot grasp his true form, or something. If he's multidimensional, we'd have to travel into his dimension, were his real form, which man was not meant to know, resides. Even if we succeed, we'll be left drooling mad for just catching a glimpse. If he's a Tulpa or something simillar, we might have to invite him into our mindscape to battle him with literal brainpower.

      e) A psychic that will probably loose their life in the process. Hopefully will return in Season 2, though...                             Anyway, if he's composed of brainergy, or call it what you want, someone with controll over their mindpower may at least do some damage.

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    • The c) is like TribeTwelve with the Severance symbol, the diary and all that stuff

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    • I'm not the only trope-aware person.

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    • Hey, if I was bipolar and Slender caught me and made me a proxy while one of my personalities was on, then when I change to the other me, would I still be a proxy?

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    • ÑeñeBrah wrote:
      Hey, if I was bipolar and Slender caught me and made me a proxy while one of my personalities was on, then when I change to the other me, would I still be a proxy?

      I'm no psychiatrist, but I don't think that's how Bipolar Disorder works. Disociative Identity Disorder, maybe, but not Bipolar Disorder.

      Like I said, not a psychiatrist.

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    • Yeah, Bipolar is the same person but way sadder or way happier.

      No different personalities.

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    • Thanks guys.

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    • Then again, what would a Bipolar Disorder do?

      I mean, would the Manic phases break Slendys controll? Would the disorder influence the proxiess behaviour at all?

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    • I thought it would. I mean, it is a electrochemical imbalance in brain neurotransmitters. If the person's behavior changes that bad, it would cause him/her to probably refuse to Slender's orders.

      Also, (not bipolar disorder anymore) the neurotransmitters are the ones who carry the information and that way, if, for example, you want to move a leg, neurotransmitters go from your brain to the leg. But, if a person has a neurological problem, like his neurotransmitters don't work so well (they don't get to where they have to go or they just lose the information somehow), then when Slender is trying to make that person a proxy (control his mind, change him); the information is lost everytime, the brain doesn't catch it. He doesn't become a proxy.

      Other way would be to have a great will power, wanting to refuse to Slender's sickness. A way to avoid him. Impossible though.

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    • Why impossible?

      Impossible is generally a term to describe a scenario in which someone confuses a staircase for a floor.

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    • Not impossible, just quite hard.

      An example would be "Damsel" from Tribe Twelve.

      She had dealings with him for ages but managed to survive by just ignoring him and saying he wasn't real.

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    • I would just say "I'm stronger than him" and condescend him so hard he'll die to death.

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    • "He"ll die to death" hahah With "impossible" I meant "very difficult"; it was just figurative. And I don't think saying some sentences about being stronger or any other adjective that makes you better than Slender would easily work. You should concentrate more in yourself about being brave, strong, etc than in Slender, quite difficult since what you do is only to avoid him.

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    • Actually, I would do quite the opposite. I would focus on him. I would invite him to crush me with all his might. I am not the unstoppable force, I am the immovable object.

      I'm also of my meds, jduging from what I am currently writing, but that's okay, because I don't even have meds.

      Although I'm technically trying to write a novel right now, which still consists of nothing but an empty Office-Document.

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    • You'll beat him over the head with your ego.

      I LIKE THIS IDEA

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    • it helps if the ego is toasted then covered with butter and syrup

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    • Oh god thay was so funny i can't stop laughing goddamit (sarcasm

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    • In the six days that have passed since my last comment, I have written about four pages.

      Ha! Take that, people that never believed in me, all over the world, but especially Australia!

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    • Implord wrote:
      In the six days that have passed since my last comment, I have written about four pages.

      Ha! Take that, people that never believed in me, all over the world, but especially Australia!

      Why Australia

      What did you do to piss of Australia

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    • Skylord Elberich wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      In the six days that have passed since my last comment, I have written about four pages.

      Ha! Take that, people that never believed in me, all over the world, but especially Australia!

      Why Australia

      What did you do to piss of Australia

      Not all of Australia. But at some point I noticed that a weird amount of people I had arguements with were tied to Australia.

      This is further proof to my theory that somewhere beneath Ayers Rock, there is an ancient demonic being that controlls those who are weak of mind and tells them to lower my self-esteem, for I am chosen to destroy said being, so it tries to break me first.

      BUT I WILL NOT FALTER! WAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

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    • Implord wrote:
      Skylord Elberich wrote:
      Implord wrote:
      In the six days that have passed since my last comment, I have written about four pages.

      Ha! Take that, people that never believed in me, all over the world, but especially Australia!

      Why Australia

      What did you do to piss of Australia

      Not all of Australia. But at some point I noticed that a weird amount of people I had arguements with were tied to Australia.

      This is further proof to my theory that somewhere beneath Ayers Rock, there is an ancient demonic being that controlls those who are weak of mind and tells them to lower my self-esteem, for I am chosen to destroy said being, so it tries to break me first.

      BUT I WILL NOT FALTER! WAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

      I came looking for answers, but I leave with more questions

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    • What kind of questions?

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    • Implord wrote:
      What kind of questions?

      Hmm, well let's start with ANCIENT DEMONIC BEING?!! HOW DID YOU LEARN ABOUT A GODDAMN DEMON UNDER AYERS FUCKING ROCK?!! AND WHY IS THERE A PROPHECY SAYING THAT YOU ARE DESTINED TO KILL IT?!! AND WHY DOES THAT HERMA-MORA SONOVABITCH HAVE AUSTRALIA UNDER IT'S THRALL?!!

      ...Whew, glad I finally got that off my chest.

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    • It's a giant holy rock in the desert, people that steal rocks from it have horrible things happen to them and people that climbed on it are called 'ants' by the natives.

      Seemed demonic eough for speculation, to me, at least.

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    • if slenderman cant be killed maybe it can be CONATINED, SOMEONE CALL THE S.C.P foundation !

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    • 207.197.92.30 wrote:
      if slenderman cant be killed maybe it can be CONATINED, SOMEONE CALL THE S.C.P foundation !

      SCP foundation is confirmed fiction and does not take place in the Slenderman continuity...besides, if they could contain him, they would have.

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    • Well, they'd have to catch him first.

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    • Skylord Elberich wrote:
      Actually, salt was often used to hinder the movement of the fey folk and some daemons. For the fey, it acted as a barrier of sorts, and a magic circle made usually from salt was used to trap daemons in or outside of the circle, and the only way that the malevolent spirit could move freely in or out of the circle was at the will of the caster of the circle.

      Not sure about the Slender Man. He seems to be neither faerie nor diabolic entity.

      The problem with slendy in my opinion knowing that he is a demonic human hybrid done from experimental research as a failed experiment which linked his human body with hell itself causing him to change or evolve in this case as of why his body to not be eradicated or for him to lose his sense of humanity adapted to what the experiment led but to get back on topic I have a 50/50 feeling in the salt theory for which it might  work or it might not because of being a demonic-human hybrid. The only problem is that slendy and his teleportation and slender walk make him a harder target to be captured but im not saying is impossible im just saying that you will need to rely on the same type of corrupted force to try and accomplish this.

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    • KILLAR PRODI-G wrote:
      Skylord Elberich wrote:
      Actually, salt was often used to hinder the movement of the fey folk and some daemons. For the fey, it acted as a barrier of sorts, and a magic circle made usually from salt was used to trap daemons in or outside of the circle, and the only way that the malevolent spirit could move freely in or out of the circle was at the will of the caster of the circle.

      Not sure about the Slender Man. He seems to be neither faerie nor diabolic entity.

      The problem with slendy in my opinion knowing that he is a demonic human hybrid done from experimental research as a failed experiment which linked his human body with hell itself causing him to change or evolve in this case as of why his body to not be eradicated or for him to lose his sense of humanity adapted to what the experiment led but to get back on topic I have a 50/50 feeling in the salt theory for which it might  work or it might not because of being a demonic-human hybrid. The only problem is that slendy and his teleportation and slender walk make him a harder target to be captured but im not saying is impossible im just saying that you will need to rely on the same type of corrupted force to try and accomplish this.


      Your text is rather difficult to read.

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    • KILLAR PRODI-G wrote:
      Skylord Elberich wrote:
      Actually, salt was often used to hinder the movement of the fey folk and some daemons. For the fey, it acted as a barrier of sorts, and a magic circle made usually from salt was used to trap daemons in or outside of the circle, and the only way that the malevolent spirit could move freely in or out of the circle was at the will of the caster of the circle.

      Not sure about the Slender Man. He seems to be neither faerie nor diabolic entity.

      The problem with slendy in my opinion knowing that he is a demonic human hybrid done from experimental research as a failed experiment which linked his human body with hell itself causing him to change or evolve in this case as of why his body to not be eradicated or for him to lose his sense of humanity adapted to what the experiment led but to get back on topic I have a 50/50 feeling in the salt theory for which it might  work or it might not because of being a demonic-human hybrid. The only problem is that slendy and his teleportation and slender walk make him a harder target to be captured but im not saying is impossible im just saying that you will need to rely on the same type of corrupted force to try and accomplish this.

      No one actually knows what he is. I wouldn't be surprised if he himself had no idea.

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    • Have I mentioned my ideas about plumbum? I had the theory that the radiation Slenderman emits according to some sources is connected to his abillity of teleportation.

      Lead is used to shelter from radiation, so I wondered if a lead chamber would stop him from teleporting.

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    • SHIT HE HAS MY FRIEND

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    • 98.224.165.116 wrote:
      SHIT HE HAS MY FRIEND

      You do know how to call the police, right?


      or at least make up a better fake story

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    • I reckon that the radiation he emits is party to most if not all of his abilities.

      Merely stopping the flow of radiation might incapacitiate him for a while.

      But removing the source of it?

      That might be the answer.

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      I reckon that the radiation he emits is party to most if not all of his abilities.

      Merely stopping the flow of radiation might incapacitiate him for a while.

      But removing the source of it?

      That might be the answer.

      It is unconfirmed whether or not radiation emits from him, let alone fuels his power.

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    • Somehow he has to connect to the place he wants to teleport to.

      Huh, coming to think of it, what if he can't really teleport on will, he just waits until some weird space-hole opens he can travel through and then he jumps out of the hole closest to his target location? That'd explain why he stands around for a while after teleporting, also why he doesn't simply appear right next to his victim: Sometimes, there is no exit that close to the person he wants to catch.

      Also, it's weird how, after a while of following or watching you, he dissapears to go somewhere else, even if he's obviously done playing around.

      Maybe he can't even controll when he's going to teleport?

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    • I mean, why do we always assume he totally knows what he's doing?

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    • Implord wrote:
      Somehow he has to connect to the place he wants to teleport to.

      Huh, coming to think of it, what if he can't really teleport on will, he just waits until some weird space-hole opens he can travel through and then he jumps out of the hole closest to his target location? That'd explain why he stands around for a while after teleporting, also why he doesn't simply appear right next to his victim: Sometimes, there is no exit that close to the person he wants to catch.

      Also, it's weird how, after a while of following or watching you, he dissapears to go somewhere else, even if he's obviously done playing around.

      Maybe he can't even controll when he's going to teleport?

      That is actually an intriguing notion.

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    • Perhaps he merely tries to observe rather than to kill.

      And has no idea that it hurts us.

      Maybe he watches My Little Pony.

      We have no clue.

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    • The first one kinda fits to my guess I once made, about Slendermans behaviour resembling that of a scientist (or, depending on the story, a toddler, that tries to understand the world by pulling insects apart).

      The MLP one only works if he has actually some sort of visual sense and can controll his tendencies to kill electric devices in his proximity.

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    • Shamanistic magic and other exorcist techniques would surely work against the Slenderman.

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    • Tesshu wrote:
      Shamanistic magic and other exorcist techniques would surely work against the Slenderman.

      I doubt it. We don't even know for sure what he is.

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    • Although shamanistic techniques may work. I mean, one approach makes him some sort of spirit of the woods, or a fairy.

      Exorcism is more a thing against demons and since Slendy has no apparent connection to religion...

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    • Also, exorcism is generally for curing those who are posessed.

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    • If Slender Man were a demon, then it is possible that an exorcism could rid him from a specific location for a period of time.

      However, exorcisms tend to be extremely difficult depending on the strength of the demonic spirit, and are ill-advised for people who are not members of the clergy and know how to perform one with permission from the holy powers. Priests and other clergymen require permission from their higher-ups to perform said exorcism.

      The big problem is this: what if he isn't a demon? Imagine a priest performing an exorcism to stop an armed robber. If Slender Man turned out not to be a demon but some sort of alien entity or other form of being, all that would happen is those involved in the exorcism would just outright be killed.

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    • Guys, I might end up coming to you guys for help in a bit. Admin of the Beetlejuice wiki blocked and and told me to "Respect other user's wishes"

      I looked, and they pretty much undid all my edits. Um, I don't think they understand how wikia works. I messaged them on another wiki , but if they turn out to have no idea what they're doing...well, I hate to gang up on someone, but I'm pretty sure they need to hear from other admins why they screwed up.

      Seriously. Seriously, they blocked me for something that should have been seen as an innocent mistake. FOR 6 MONTHS.

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    • Sure thing. But I'd need some context first. Wait a sec.

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    • I agree.

      Context is key to operations such as this.

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    • As long as I have you, I'll never need a parrot.

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    • It's been settled. Sorry to mention it here, I was overreacting a bit.

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    • Well, glad it was settled without any casualities.

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    • Implord wrote:
      As long as I have you, I'll never need a parrot.

      As long as I have you, I'll never need a salt shaker.

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    • Touché.

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    • Implord wrote:
      A head that’s always screaming!

      A head that’s always screaming!

      Thats a gravity falls reference

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    • You think?

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    • So you guys are concerned about dishonoring SlenderMan by not calling him different names, yet your'e on a wiki on how to defeat him, that's kinda hypocritical don't you think?


      If you are trying to defeat him, and having ideas to defeat him, then you are already one of his targets. This makes calling him by his actual name pointless.   

      Pretty much if you think saying his name wrong is gonna piss him off into killing you, what would he do if he caught any of you on this wiki posting your ideas and plotting against him.

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    • 104.131.143.250 wrote:
      So you guys are concerned about dishonoring SlenderMan by not calling him different names, yet your'e on a wiki on how to defeat him, that's kinda hypocritical don't you think?


      If you are trying to defeat him, and having ideas to defeat him, then you are already one of his targets. This makes calling him by his actual name pointless.   

      Pretty much if you think saying his name wrong is gonna piss him off into killing you, what would he do if he caught any of you on this wiki posting your ideas and plotting against him.

      Oh my freaking gosh...first off, do you actually think we'd be a threat to him?? DO YOU?!

      Second: We're not calling him by his proper name to avoid him killing us...we're doing it because, quite frankly, no one in the fandom likes him being called "Slender" because the name is usually used by IGNORANT people who know nothing about the mythos, and think the game came first.

      Also, this thread is several years old. If we were on "his hit list" WE'D. BE. DEAD.

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    • Or mad.

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    • Assuming Slendy has internet-access and can trace our IP-adresses.

      I mean, how do people usually get involved with him?

      Either by accident or because they saw him and he has to clean up.

      I don't think he'd know about us, no matter how good our theories are.

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    • ignorant people call him slender you said. whats his real name then? i dont know

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    • 181.47.62.9 wrote:
      ignorant people call him slender you said. whats his real name then? i dont know

      Slender Man

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    • Steve, obviously.

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    • oh, i knew that. i thought you meant like an ancient name or something like that hah

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    • 181.47.62.9 wrote:
      oh, i knew that. i thought you meant like an ancient name or something like that hah

      no, that would be excessive

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    • Though it would be interesting from a lore perspective as all the names that we call him by are mainly dirived off of his appearance or abilities.

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    • What if it's something really long like "tall scary faceless man in fancy clothing who steals children"

      ....Hey, Implord, what would that be in German?

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    • Großer gruseliger gesichtsloser Man in schicker Kleidung der Kinder stiehlt

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    • Does Slenderman is german

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    • What?

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    • Implord wrote:
      Großer gruseliger gesichtsloser Man in schicker Kleidung der Kinder stiehlt

      This is now his official super-long title. If any of us make a Slenderblog, we must incorporate this at some point.

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    • I refuse to believe that Slenderman is germanic.

      I refuse.

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    • TheEighthArm wrote:
      I refuse to believe that Slenderman is germanic.

      I rejews.

      That had better not have been a holocaust joke for your sake.

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    • TheEighthArm wrote:
      I refuse to believe that Slenderman is germanic.

      I rejews.


      Not funny, dude.

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    • Refuse to believe what you want, but face it:

      Slenderman is overly punctual, he never makes jokes, he always wears his business-suit... If he starts to occupy beaches at Mallorca with his towel, he basically fullfills all the German stereotypes.

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