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Cerce Feb 8, 2013 @ 9:28pm
Clarification of Slenderman Models
Guys. Stop complaining. Firstly, every single one of the Slendy models is lore-friendly - save the fact that during 1.0 he glowed blue for some reason or another. Slenderman can look like an overglorified faceless man in a black suit; he can also look like a twisted abomination that bends and winds with the trees; he has also shown that he can have multiple appendages - usualy in the form of tentacles, although some have depicted him with multiple arms and hands. Take for example the TribeTwelve rendition of Slendy; he doesn't even have hands, it's all tentacles.

Secondly, this is Mark Slender - technically a 'nockoff' of the original Slenderman, which tries to give more of a 'backstory' to the faceless being we all know and fear. Since it is technically Haunt's own character, and not really Slenderman himself, the makers of Haunt can make him look like whatever the hell they want to make him look like.

Thirdly, the aim of the game is to scare you. It isn't trying to be by-the-book authentic Slenderman; it's trying to scare you as best as it can. Now, regardless of what it looks like, if your heart starts racing, and if you start to panic or otherwise have some reaction that would lead someone to believe that you are scared - the game is doing its job, and you have nothing to complain about.
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Life 27 Feb 11, 2013 @ 1:58pm 
*slow clap*... Bingo, checkmate, game point, goal, game over... game won.... You win....
In other words I agree with this guy.
INC Feb 12, 2013 @ 8:09am 
He actually has a great point!
Last edited by INC; Feb 12, 2013 @ 8:10am
Cerce Feb 12, 2013 @ 6:41pm 
I was thinking, and there's something else that comes to mind. Technically speaking, we /could/ all have our 'own' Slenderman. He can make us hallucinate, yes? Would that not mean that he could, in essence, appear to play off of our greatest fears? Or perhaps he changes himself according to the person to better avoid their gaze, yet stalking them all the while?

Also considering the cannon of the Tulpa Effect, there could be multiple SlenderMEN, all based off of simply the collective belief of his existence. This could simply be yet another rendition of Slenderman.
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