Some of these things up on the Wiki are blog like but hey Im not half wrong, The Interference of UPB is major! The causing of lack of memory is something big, if something like that can rid memory with some sort of pyshic disturbance we can easly fall as puppets. With no memory at all of what we had done.
(This is better as a blog, not a page) As a friend I don't think it is better as a blog, but it seems to make sense as a page. Let me ask is this a valid reason? I am not trying to go disrespect you , but seriously?
I don't know how to be more clear than "Make it a blog, not a page article". This isn't up for discussion. I am a massive MarbleHornets fan and know much about the lore. Not once did the series ever explain the memory loss as some sort of Frontal Lobe situation. This means it is fan theory. Furthermore, I have not seen large numbers of individuals stating Slenderman does this in MarbleHornets, meaning that it isn't widely accepted.
Your friend is banned for a day after recreating the article under a separate name after I had just deleted it. They may return in 24 hours.
TheSwordOfAce wrote: So how can it be widely accepted?
You can't "make" it widely accepted. The Slenderman mythos and community at large must speak of it with regular explanation for behaviors. Proxies are a great example. Proxies are a theory proposed by an ARG that was so influential to the explanation of the community, now everyone uses it.
I fixed the home page and added a new video. It was aPBS thing about how Slenderman is similar to folktales and blah blah blah. If you get the time, I would appreciate it if you watched it, and double checked to make sure there's nothing I missed that isn't allowed on the wiki