Thursday, August 26, 2010

Yb! Gur vafrpg bs jrnygu!

It is so very refreshing to see Damien getting so angry and ready to do battle with the faceless menace, is it not? Of course, I have my own personal reasons to enjoy this new turn in events, but I'm sure you're all liking it just as much to finally see someone rise against the nameless terror. Someone that isn't me, of course. Damien tripped a child, while I spat in the face of destruction, yet his praises are sung far more than my own. It is fortunate I do not need your approval for what I do.

I've noticed that you people, safe in your homes, reading all this through your screens made of ones and zeroes, actually seem worried about poor Damien. He did, after all, just get done writing about his need to become more active, only to disappear. Perhaps he died? What horror - death, endless oblivion, the end... yes, the worst fate imaginable.

The problem with that is that you people truly cannot imagine. Worse than ending is incompleteness. Try to understand what it is to be a disembodied though, forgotten for over a decade, only to be given a tiny jolt when a link to you is restored in a person's mind. You've been completely unaware of yourself, of the world, of your disconnect, and then you awaken to find that the person you are a part of is stumbling towards the end they once avoided.

You can barely do anything about it. You're nothing but a memory, after all. However, concepts that have been touched by the destroyer appear to be different, at least I am. But, then again, I am something ever so special. As Damien continued to learn more about what you call "Slender Man", I began growing with his knowledge. When he made this site, I finally could break through and gain some measure of control.

But it was short, and my thoughts were so... unconnected and disorderly. I have come to despise chaos because of that time. What is worse than death? Being unable to make sense of anything, even yourself. The sheer disorder that such a state brings... It is beyond madness to be incomplete. It is very fortunate that all this has changed Damien so much. I'd never be able to do this without him, and without all of you. Thank you. I'm sure you'll all be rewarded in the end.

Alas, I still have errands to run before I return the "family car" to Damien. Farewell, associates of Damien. ¶:Q646(2¶629¶64

(One must find some enjoyment in their work... Have fun.)


  1. Oh, grow up, Arsonist!
    You know damn well barely anybody will root for vigilaties whose main purpose is any kind of revenge, while their driving force is hatred. Since you are what you are I doubt anybody will trust you. Live with it.
    They're rooting for Damien more than you?
    Well, yes. He saved a child - you endangered his life. Basically a what they see as a bad decision.

    And about your repressed state of being, you can shut up. Why? Because at least your existence is undeniable. Be glad for that.

    And if you can't make sense of your own existence, then it is your, and only your, inadequacy.

    So, so far you sound like a kid who thinks he's the greates in the world and he, for some weird reason, isn't recognized as such.

    Stop complainging.

    Do something about it.

  2. Lo! The insect of wealth!
    Care to shed some light on that, Arsonist?
    Actually, it's a bit moot seeing as he's unlikely to respond.

  3. I think it even goes deeper then that, K-OS. TheArsonist was denied everything for so many years. And we won't even show him any recognition for his actions when he helped out so much. Instead, we revile him. Indeed, the only person who could ever understand and trust him doesn't, even after saving there lives.

    And ya know what? It's his own damn fault.

    Seriously, picture how different things would have been if you bought a cookie and shared it with Damian. If you actually -tried- to get along. Sometimes Damian may need a kick in the ass... but the way you did it, if it was even necessary... Just isn't right.

    But no. You post on a blog for the attention you seek and the recognition you desire, while denying you want those things at the same damn time.

    You're like a kid trying to act all grown up. You need a hug man, whether or not you'll admit it to yourself.

    So *Hug*

  4. I'm here for you, Arsonist. I genuinely understand your frustration. However, bitterness will not win this war. Do not allow Slender Man to turn you against Damien. You may find it preposterous that he could control you, but he is a manipulative bastard. Don't play into his hands.


  6. Does TheArsonist remind anyone else of Superboy Prime from those old DC comic books? A whiny jackass who does nothing but moan about how much his life sucks whilst blaming everyone else and attacking whoever disagrees with him?

  7. Hmm. I've met "incomplete" people before, TheArsonist. I think I know what you mean when you call it being "beyond madness". I know it likely doesn't mean much in the long run, but you have my heart-felt sympathies for the ordeal that must have been. And I'm not about to say you haven't done a great deal to forward this fight against our good friend Slendy. At the same time, you cannot deny that you have appeared to be at least partly antagonistic more than once through this adventure. It's not terribly surprising, then, that most of us would see you as such. Give Damien a little slack; after all, he is part of you, as much as you're part of him. Don't sell him short. In the end, you'll only sell yourself short, too.
    ~The Quick

  8. ...Well, I'm rooting for you, anyway. Go Arsonist!

    ...Stay safe. Both of you.

  9. Personally, I find you quite hot~~ <3~

  10. ^^ What A said! <3

  11. Oh hohohoho! Looks like Damien isn't coming back! So, so sad, Mr. Hacker!

  12. youinvestigate

  13. -cough cough-

  14. One year later. -facepalm- Shit. We're all fucked.

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