We have very strict rules on categories and one is do not make new ones. If an admin deletes a page, do not just assume why and remake it. If the page is remade a third time, you will be banned for a minimum week.
You've been editing the Chzo Mythos wiki for awhile and used it for information on the Cabadath, and you don't know that he was specifically stated to be a Lich on his page? Also how do you not know what a Lich is? Lichs are common creatures in mythology and there's a page on the Chzo wiki dedicated to talking about it.
IT WAS TAKEN OFF THIS WIKI AND ADDED TO THE NEW ONE. And if was added by Kari, you shouldn't complain about similiar additions on the same account that Kari moved it with. BTW The Cabadath page was deleted on this wiki. Only admins can do that, and an admin told me it was all right to make the page so long as I didn't copy and paste from other wikis.
What does an admin deleting a page on this wiki have to do with anything we're talking about? I merely pointed out that I, while using Kari's account, moved it to the other wiki because it didn't belong here. And at what point was I complaining about Cabadath? I actually like him very much and believe that he inspired the Slender Man as well.
At this point I think you're so angry at me for having the opinion that Nergal doesn't have much to do with Slendy that you are mentioning all these unrelated things just so you can express how displeased you are with my opinion some more.
Okay first off, Pyro, stop talking in caps, it always seems like you're yelling.
Secondly, the entire reason I made the other wiki's was so this wouldn't be an issue. The basic principle and idea of the other wiki's is to essentially have non-canon or random information pertaining to Slender Man. That way we could have the factual, and have the fan desired. Have your cake and eat it too.
But you didn't state it as an opinion... you worded it to sound like a fact on the pages. Also, "otherwise related to Slender Man in an unspecific way"
Unspecific way means that there doesn't have to be a specific thing connecting the page's character to Slender Man.
Jeff the Killer counted for being in a bunch of fan-fictions and being another well-known creepypasta, why can't Nergal count for having a similiar appearance to Slender Man? Why can't the Pale Man count for preferring similiar victims and looking almost like a half-naked Slender Man?
Also, "but are unrelated to the mythos itself" So if something "has nothing to do with Slenderman" it still fits in the category the wiki wishes to cover.
Different people have different ideas for what is related to Slender Man and what isn't. I made the Nergal page because someone else before me noticed similarities in their visual designs.
If you had said "I don't feel like Nergal has anything to do with Slender Man" or "this seems like a bit of a stretch to me" that would have conveyed that it was your opinion.
By saying "Nergal doesn't really have anything to do with Slender Man. :/" you made it sound like you felt that it was a fact rather than an opinion.
Wording is everything on the internet, because this is an area where messages get horribly misinterpreted all the time.
I put it on the wiki because I am not the only one who thinks that Nergal has visual similarities to Slender Man, and thus it is possibly he may have inspired some aspects of Slender Man such as the tentacles coming out if his back or the wearing a business suit all of the time.
Listen, I know I have a short temper, and Wally is entitled to his opinion. However, the way he worded it on those wiki pages felt a little harsh to me. I even try to list why I added those pages on the page by explaining why the character is similiar to Slender Man. So when I see some comment saying "This has nothing to do with Slender Man" when I listed why it has to do with Slender Man on the page, that really irritates me.
It get's me thinking, "Well what else do you want me to say? I just told you why this character is similiar to Slender Man, and this wiki is mainly for unofficial connections. How many connections do you need on a wiki for unofficial connections?"
I shouldn't have yelled, but when I get frustrated or angry, I let it be known. I don't keep things inside. If I can't let out my emotions some how, I often end up crying instead, because I feel a need to communicate my feelings, and that's hard for me!
If you knew me in real life, you'd see, I really suck at picking the correct tone of voice (sometimes sounding snobby when I actually felt confused) and communicating emotion is very tricky for me. It's even harder on the internet (I often use caps to add emphasis, but then people think I'm yelling, although I do tend to talk loudly mosty of the time even when I don't realize it).
I also easily misinterpret things, which happens on the internet to most people anyway, but it happens to me, everywhere.
I also usually suck with words and making good word choices (have to stop typing dinner time)
I have been deleting your comments all day long where you keep reaffirming Slender Man doesn't exist. This is, and has not stopped being, against the rules. I know you're trying to defend the wiki, but the rules are still the rules.
As I mentioned before, I'm planning to write a Slender Man Novella. I think, concerning the main cast, I'll stick with the usual five which every team of protagonists requires: A leader, the one who is the total opposite of the leader and who balances out the team, the heros best friend, the smart guy and the girl which is required for the cover because no one will buy my book if there is no cute girl on the cover (or whatever the purpose of the screaming chick in every horror story might be. I'm planning to make a character who looks like the screaming, annoying damsel in distress on the cover but is actually very cool, just to mock my readers...) However, I still have to figure out some things and I wanted to hear the opinion of a person who knows the topic and who I'm not afraid of. Sorry, Foba, if you might read this, you are one of the best Admins I ever met, but you ARE scary...
However, here are my most important questions:
Proxys: I Don't know if there should be proxys. And if I include them, which kind of proxy I should use? I'm a bit afraid, that they might ruin the atmpsphere a bit.
Death of a main cast member: Alright, I won't tell you my final conclusion about this one, even if I made it, because I don't want to spoiler, but it's something people seem to expect from a horror story.I rarely kill characters and I never killed one of the main cast... Well, not of the VERY central main cast. Do you think someone should die?
Defeat: A part of Slender Mans horror factor is, that he seems to be immortal and invincible. So, should I set up a happy ending or what? I don't want to kill all my characters, actually not even one of them, but I might not have a choice, so I don't know what to do... Any ideas?
Why not reverse it and have only one boy? Only one girls has been done soooo many times. (Or just an even amount)
As for the end, worry about that later, figure out the middle then after you've got that done, then figure out which ending makes the most sense
Also, being a writer means you might have to kill characters for the story to make sense.
Also, just a warning, Victor Surge apparently got Slenderman copyrighted in case someone tried to make a book or film about him, so you'd probably have to do a character based on Slenderman, like with The Null King in that one book that's described on the wiki somewhere.
1.Alright, thanks. About the cast, either the Hero or his opposite will be a female, too, so it's going to be 3:2. As an Anime Fan I'm more used about casts with only one boy, to begin with.^^
2.Well, I cannot tell you about the ending, but I think I got something in mind now.
3. I know that people are to die, especially in a Slender Story, I was just wondering if it has to be one of the five mentioned main characters. I also thought about letting them survive but drive one of them insane or something... Anyway, if I let characters die, what do you think how it would happen in a Slender Man Book. I mean, of course I can just make them dissapear or be recovered dead at a later point of time, but what's about dying "on screen"? If they are dismembered or something, it would make Slender Man a brutal monster and this would kinda ruin the atmosphere, too, right?
4. About the name, Slender Man is just my work title. I'm thinking about how to call them, but I can't just give him a name. I have to think about how my characters would probably react and what they would call him. On the first sight, it would probably result in "The Faceless Man" which would be... crappy.
5. This brings me to yet an other problem: People these days will search for help on the internet. They would find the name Slender Man AND probably even this page. Since I cannot let them all be stalked 24/7, how can I stop them from finding out too much too soon?
6. About the rules, I won't stick to them, but I knew them before (even though they were not arranged like this). It's not my first story. I already wrote a short story which started great but was so unrealistic in the end, which was so crappy itself, that I decided to rewrite it one day...
I was actually thinking about this: One of the kids, which will built my task, has already some pieces information about Slender Man from the start but joins the group to a latter point, so he can know a name but is still not that informed.
So my cousins and I were in a box (Don't ask) and then we were talking about something (can't remember what...) and then they said something about slenderman (I said it right that time!) And I'm like: Yes, slenderman is real. And the one that was 2 years younger than me kept slapping me and saying "Kirsten, slenderman isn't real! Stop lying!" and I kept arguing back that he was real and she kept blah blah blah-ing and then I just walked away and now I'm here
What I really want to k know is: How do I make them believe?