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Comic 111 - What does a Slenderman do

Posted on Wednesday, the 3rd of September at 12:00 AM, 2014 in 2014

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DanVzare Wed, 3. Sep 12:00 AM, 2014 edit delete
Yeah, I pretty much can't leave Slenderman alone. It's not that I've played the game recently, the last time I played it was a couple of years ago. It's just that there is so much material surrounding him. Besides, what does Slenderman do when he catches you? We all assume that he kills you or something, but for all we know he could just be asking you to turn the camera off. If you think about it, since the entire game is done from the view of a camera, when the camera gets turned off, the game ends. As for that crazy girl from the third level, she might have just gone crazy from learning that Slenderman wasn't a bad guy. Or maybe she was just trying to scare you, like best friends do.
If you think about it, what I'm saying does make sense. After all, what grudge should Slenderman have against you?

I should really see about playing Five Night at Freddy's. Imagine how many comic strips I could get out of that if I've gotten this many from Slenderman!
I think it's so easy to come up with comics about horror games, because the amount of plot holes and stupidity put into those games requires a lot of suspension of disbelief. I suppose if they were realistic though, you'd probably be in no actual danger. I mean, surely in a realistic environment you'd be able to pick up a weapon and go crazy on all of those monsters. Thinking about it, I probably would do that in reality... or just not be there I suppose. I mean, in a situation like that, I'd probably just say "Screw this, I'm going home."
Also, is it just me, or are electronic items really unreliable in horror games. Especially when you use them. I mean come on, are monster walking balls of electromagnetic fields or something?
It's like they drain the batteries of things.
Ah well, moving on.