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The richest, well-known, and well-connected family in the Under Realm. The family consists of the Great Leader Lord Zalgo, the two sons of Lord Zalgo, Slenderman and the eccentric Splendorman, the perverted brother of Zalgo, Sexual Offenderman, the distant and flamboyant cousin of Slenderman, Trenderman, and the rude and reckless teenage son of Slenderman, Slenderson. They all have their quirks and personalities but are competent enough to keep the family business running.
  • Affably Evil: Sans Zalgo, they are all pretty fun and enjoyable.
  • Badass Family: Oh hell yes. Especially Slenderman, Zalgo, and Splendorman.
  • Bald of Evil: All of them are hairless.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: All of them, even Zalgo at times, can be pretty comical, but there is a reason they some of the most feared creatures in the Under Realm.
  • Big, Screwed-Up Family: The amount of chaos and discord they've put each other through must be seen to be believed.
  • The Blank: Sans Zalgo and Splendorman.
  • Evil Is One Big, Happy Family: Although the "happy" part comes and gos.
  • Five-Bad Band: From human perspective.
  • Five-Man Band: From the comic's perspective.
  • Laughably Evil: Sure they're a band of monsters who wouldn't hesitate to, say, kill millions to further their agenda, but their antics and quirks are damn funny. The fact that almost all of them have sympathetic moments also counts.
  • Related in the Adaptation: The canon never implied any of these guys were related.
  • The Family That Slays Together: Their family essentially runs a business revolving around murdering random people.
  • Token Evil Teammate: Zalgo. So much so that he's usually alienated from the group.
  • Token Good Teammate: Splendorman. The most kid-friendly of the family and unobjectively the nicest member.

     Slenderman 

Slenderman

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"And you wonder why I hate you."
Coming from a generation of several monsters similar to him, the Slender Man is the son of the Lord of the Pit, Zalgo. He is believed to be a child murder and a ferocious monster. In actuality, this Slender Man actually wants to wipe clean his ancestors’ name and be accepted by other Monsters. Instead of killing children, he actually kills the parents who abuse their children and take their children so that they can be raised on a better life. Despite this, the Slender Man can still be a dangerous being and caution should be made when approaching him. He is the absolute leader of the Proxies and an incredibly popular monster within the Under Rhelm.
  • Abusive Dad: He loathed Slenderson's existence to the point that he abandoned him in the past and left Slenderwoman to suffer from poverty and the horrendous grief on her own, all because she cheated on him (which is obviously inexcusable, but compared to this...) and stole his car. No wonder why he considers daddy domination a dark art.
    • It's also subtly implied he used to beat Ms. P when she was young.
  • Action Dad: Slenderman regularly (and effortlessly) decimates entire armies, has defeated Eldritch Abomination after Eldritch Abomination and is the sole being that can fight on par with Zalgo. And he also happens to be a father (albeit a deadbeat one, which he wasn't even aware of until recently).
  • Abusive Parents: His father used to use him as a sparring partner, beating Slendy within an each of his life on a daily basis. Slenderman himself doesn't seem to angst about it much at all.
  • The Ace: Easily one of the strongest characters in the comic.
  • Adaptational Angst Upgrade: The original Slenderman's origins are mainly unknown, here, he was brutally beaten and brainwashed into evil.
  • Adaptational Badass: The original Slenderman was no pushover, but the original canon never implied he would warp the universe itself.
  • Adaptational Comic Relief: He's an original Creepypasta character in Pastamonsters. What else do you expect?
  • Adaptational Jerkass: In Creepypasta, Slenderman is depicted as a stoic, emotionless monster. Here, Slenderman is a lot more snarky, abrasive, and rude to everyone.
  • Adaptational Villainy: This version of Slendy isn't so much a morally ambiguous monster as he is an arrogant, snobbish and cruel authoritarian figure.
  • Adorkable: Despite being a pretty massive Jerkass, Slenderman's awkwardness in social situations can make him come off as this.
  • Adults Are Useless: He does have a set of rules, but usually he's too oblivious and absent-minded to notice when they are being broken.
  • Affectionate Nickname: Nearly all Proxies call him "Slendy". Even other monsters like Mr. Widemouth and the Unwanted House Guest do as well. Jeff tends to call him "Baldy" at times too.
  • Affably Evil: He can be genuinely friendly and polite to those who respect him. He's certainly nicer than Zalgo and Jeff.
  • The Ageless
  • A God I Am: Slenderman likes to think he is one.
  • The Alcoholic: "Fragile Nutcase" reveals Slenderman drinks heavily, but can't get drunk because of his Healing Factor.
  • Alien Blood: His blood is black and tar-like.
  • Allergic to Evil: According to Lara, Slenderman has an aura around him that makes her feel sick whenever she gets near him. This aura likely only affects average humans.
  • Alpha Bastard: An arrogant rich snob who brags of his talents.
  • Always Someone Better: He's far more successful than Enderman ever was or will ever hope to be.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: There's something really off about him. He's a Mood-Swinger with a serious Lack of Empathy (probably due to Zalgo's manipulation) and an obsessive personality. He likely suffers from sociopathy, fanatic narcissism, and a severe case of schizophrenia, crossed with obsession-compulsion.
  • Animals Hate Him: At times. Masky has even implied that Smile actually attacks him. In one situation, he's repeatedly and savagely attacked by a Seedeater. The first few times he'd done inadvertently to set it off, but the last time BEN, who is quite knowledgeable about them, states he doesn't know why it attacked him. He claims that the Seedeater might just not like him, to which Jeff suggests he be somebody else.
  • Annoying Laugh: He has the classic "snotty rich guy" laugh.
  • Anti-Hero: Swaps between this and Unscrupulous Hero.
  • Anti-Villain: Sometimes he's supposed to be an antagonist just because he hates the main character, even if it's Jeff who keeps bothering him all the time (unintentionally).
  • Attention Whore: He especially wants recognition from Aton.
  • Arch-Enemy: He's made a lot of them. Zalgo, Slenderson, Jeff, X...
  • Archnemesis Dad: To Slenderson, whom he refuses to acknowledge.
  • Aristocrats Are Evil: He's rich and a lord. As for the evil part.. Just keep reading and you'll find out.
  • Art Deco: His preferred aesthetic, as seen with the design of Proxy Mansion.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: He's the Operator of the Proxies and there's a reason a lot of people are afraid of him. Despite his cowardly streak and penchant for backstabbing, Slendy can handle himself in a fight, handily dominating his fight with Zalgo and many of his forces.
  • Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: The Proxies adore him. Very, very, very, very deep down, Slenderman loves them back.
    • He protects Ms. P and BEN from a Stiltwalker at one point.
    • When Jeff poses as him and wins an award for "Best Operator" despite acting like himself instead of Slenderman, he allows Jeff to keep the award that he won.
    • Slenderman and the Proxies drink and have fun together in the ending of "Legends of the Multiverse".
  • Ax-Crazy: Slenderman is just as crazy as the other Proxies. He just does a really good job at hiding it.
  • Back from the Dead: When he is killed by Zalgo in "Legends of the Multiverse", he is brought back to life very shortly after the Proxies presumably kill Zalgo.
  • Badass Bookworm: Smart enough to discover the cure for space cancer. Strong enough to give a God of Evil a Curb-Stomp Battle. Bonus points for actually being an avid book reader.
  • Bad Boss: It is implied Slenderman has killed many Proxies for their failures. Due to his Social Darwinist outlook, he's more than willing to let Proxies he views as weak, or stupid, die.
  • Badass Armfold: Slenderman tends to do this whenever a Proxy fucks up.
  • Badass Grandpa: He actually gets stronger with age.
  • Badass in Charge: Slenderman has the command and loyalty of the Proxies.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Due to his more affluent lifestyle than the other Proxies.
  • Badass Teacher: He teachers Jeff how to successfully be a Proxy. He's no coward himself, as Slenderman has defeated beings like Zalgo multiple times.
  • Bald of Awesome
  • Bald of Evil: Justified as his species cannot grow hair.
    Jeff: [whispering] lol, he's bald.
  • Balls of Steel: Jeff attempted a Groin Attack on Slenderman once and failed horribly.
  • Benevolent Boss: Kinda. A lot of Proxies adore him in spite of his tight-ass attitude... and the feeling is mutual. He knows each of the Proxies by name, they have holiday weeks and love their work. All of them are under his protection, which is why most Proxies can wander in the Dark Forest without predators trying to kill them.
  • Being Tortured Makes You Evil: After nearly 30 years of being used by Zalgo as a punching bag, Slenderman was twisted into a vengeful monster as evil as Zalgo himself.
  • Berserk Button: To be expected from a being who can rival Jeff in pure anger.
    • Apparently, it's not okay to call the Proxies "Slenderman's Proxies" because Slenderman doesn't want to be associated with them.
    • Jeff's mere existence has provided this for him, and Slenderman is very open about his hatred of Jeff.
    • As bad as he seems, he gets pissed whenever his more beloved Proxies (like Sally, Ms. P on some occasions, Eyeless Jack, ect.) are threatened.
    • He also tends to throw temper tantrums when things do go his way, such as Jeff not getting the supplies he ordered him to get.
    • He gets steamed when anyone enters his office without permission and touches his belongings.
    • His coffee being too hot or too cold seems to be one for him.
    • Spending too much money on something, buying something that can't be resold at a profit, or basically anything that costs him money. The time Jeff spent $38,000 on a hot air balloon without knowing anything about the market for something like that or having a buyer for it lined up is a good example. Slenderman was seriously pissed, red-faced and tossing cars around with his tentacles. Even Laughing Jack knew enough to stay out of it until Slendy calmed down.It'll be a cold day in Hell before Jeff buys another hot-air balloon.
  • Big Brother Bully: He yells at Splendorman for very minor infractions and tends to boss him around frequently.
  • Big Guy, Little Guy: The Big Guy to Jeff's Little Guy.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He pulled this off by pretending to be a loving Friend to All Children, it's really just a facade so he can make himself look better.
  • Blackmail: He uses this method a lot to the more unwilling Proxies.
  • The Blank: The Trope Codifier.
  • Blue and Orange Morality: He genuinely doesn't seem to understand kidnapping children and murdering innocents is wrong. Justified as he was literally raised to think this way.
  • Body Horror: His Combat Tentacles are actually burned flaps of his own skin with dark magic seared into it. Zalgo did this so he could be made to resemble his ancestors even more. And it was at a very young age for him.
  • Boring, but Practical: Slendy's illusion form? A toaster.
    Jeff: Why a toaster?
    Jeff: Oh, shut up!!!
  • Born Unlucky: An almost literal example. He is humiliated, maimed, or driven insane in almost every episode.
  • Break the Cutie: His entire childhood revolved around his father doing this to him on a regular basis.
  • Break the Haughty: Often receives comeuppance for being boastful and arrogant. The most subtle example must be the comic in which Slenderman tries moving to a town of inhabitants who are just like him...only to end up so bored that he flips out. Naturally, the town haughtily expels him.
  • Break Them by Talking: Slenderman does this to Enderman when the latter tries to get him drunk.
    Enderman (disguised as a bartender): Hello, Slenderman. I've opened a new bar! Have a drink! Make yourself comfortable!
    Slenderman: Don't mind if I do... See it's like this: I hate my neighbors.
    Enderman: Hmm. I hear you. Have another drink.
    Slenderman: You see, the fact is nobody likes them... nobody. And to make things worse, they have these idiotic plans like trying to get me drunk, so they can fucking kill me. But little do they know my healing factor won't even fucking let me get drunk to begin with. [starts walking away] I'm not surprised though. Because I'm smart and they're retarded. And every day they'll wake up knowing they'll never be as rich or successful as me, and they will go to bed hungry every night. Like always. Thanks for the fucking drink. [drives away in his limo]
    Enderman: [sits in silence before chugging the entire bottle of beer]
  • British Stuffiness
  • Broken Ace: As mentioned before, he is easily one of the most powerful and mysterious monsters to ever live. Too bad he gets driven insane and brutally beaten on a semi-regular basis.
  • Brooding Boy, Gentle Girl: When they were together, Slenderman was this to Slenderwoman.
  • Brutal Honesty: He doesn't care for niceties or even try to soften blows when criticizing other's actions and faults. Though harsh, everything he says is, at least from his available knowledge, completely true.
  • Butt-Monkey: Up to Eleven.
  • The Caligula: Not only commits carnage, kidnapping, and murder on a regular basis, he is more than willing to welcomes a lot of criminals and delinquents into Proxism.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: In one instance, he makes a balloon for a young boy.. and then pops it. He also usually acknowledges himself in working for the "Forces of Evil".
  • Camp: He likes tea, dancing, opera, art, painting, gardening, and collecting rare trinkets. He's certainly got it going for him.
  • Cannot Tell a Joke: Well, he can, but his monotonous voice and high-brow humor often fly right over other's heads.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Fan-fucking-tastic."
    • "Fuck my life."
    • "JEEEEEEEEEEFFFF!!!!!"
  • Characterization Marches On: In the pilot episodes, he's actually quite a fairly serious, ominous antagonist, lacking a lot of the dark sense of humor that would characterize him later on. In the episodes showing him in the past, his personality is as serious as in the pilot episodes, which indicates that the time skip and his years with Jeff changed him greatly.
  • The Chessmaster: An adept at this trope.
  • The Chew Toy: A lot of his torment is Played for Laughs.
  • Child by Rape: Akira did not want to make love to Zalgo, but Zalgo had his men forcibly deliver her to him.
  • Child Eater
    Slenderman: (talking to President Bush) Maybe we can discuss the business plans at Kentucky Fried Children. Oh, how I love Kentucky Fried Children...
  • Child Hater: Slenderman dislikes children intensely because all they are, in his words, loud, filthy, disrespectful, disgusting creatures.
  • Child Prodigy: When he was born, Zalgo feared his power and even attempted to kill him. Luckily, Shadowlurker and Akira managed to stop him and convince him otherwise.
  • Classic Villain: He represents Vanity and Wrath.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: Whenever he's royally pissed off.
  • Cold Ham: In earlier episodes, he was constantly angry, but was not hammy. At most when he's throwing fits, but even then it's silent overacting through scenery destruction. He evolves into a Large Ham later on.
  • Color Motif: Black and white.
  • Combat Tentacles: He has long black tentacles ( actually flaps of his own skin), and they are his main source of fighting outside of magical blasts of energy. He also substitutes them for hands when grabbing things.
  • Comedic Sociopath: Acts pretty sociopathic most of the time, but it's all played for laughs. For example, at the start of the Valentine's Day episode where he threatens to kill Mr. Widemouth if he sends him another Valentine. Or at the end of the Christmas episode, where he burns a Proxy alive while he's trapped inside a box.
  • The Comically Serious: He can provide some laughs solely because of his stoic personality and having to deal with the Proxies' dim-witted antics.
  • Compelling Voice: He can project his voice across the universe.
  • Cool Big Bro: Splendorman sees him as one.
  • The Corrupter: He has corrupted countless children in Proxyism with varying success.
  • Crazy People Play Chess: During the rare occurrence where there are no Proxies in the mansion, Slenderman locks his doors, closes his blinds, and plays a nice game of chess.. with himself.
  • Creepily Long Arms: And legs as well.
  • Creepy Monotone: Although he is easily capable of showing emotion.
  • Cruella to Animals: Implied. There is a bear rug and mounted animal heads in his study.
  • Damned by Faint Praise: When he is killed by Zalgo in "Legends of The Multiverse", you can tell Mr. Widemouth's eulogy is really reaching out for good things to say about him.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: He grew up abused and brutally brainwashed by Zalgo. He also had to experience his own mother's death and the deaths of many innocents. It's no wonder he turned out the way he did.
  • Dark Is Evil: His office has many black accents. Slenderman himself wears a black suit and usually secludes himself in darkness.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Big time. Although he has a difficult time telling a normal joke.
  • Dean Bitterman: He used to be the hard-to-please and demanding principal of Proxy High before putting more focus on his business and not "glorified babysitting" as he puts it.
  • Determinator: Despite being a Butt-Monkey, if he wants something, he will stop at nothing to get it.
  • Diabolical Mastermind: At least he tries very hard to be one, if not for the incompetence of his Proxies.
  • Dirty Coward: When it comes to confrontation with a being who can beat him in a fight, he'll just run away.
  • Disapproving Look: Seems to be something of a default expression for him.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: To anyone who makes his coffee too hot or too cold, even though it wasn't intentional. Slenderman quickly grabbed Eyeless Jack and threw him through an open skylight where he landed in the parking lot.
  • Domestic Abuser: It's implied that he used to beat Ms. P when she was younger.
  • The Dreaded: He is feared by monsters and humans alike, even Mancala and Malitch is smart enough to avoid Slenderman. Some of the Proxies, like Eyeless Jack and Ticci Tobey, are downright terrified to piss him off.
  • Dreaming of Things to Come: Slenderman has to ability to have prophetic dreams that often detail a horrific event that has yet to come.
  • Drink Order: Slenderman is a total dick in the morning unless he has his coffee.
  • Eats Babies: Heavily implied by his... creepy obsession with Kentucky Fried Children.
  • The Eeyore: Downplayed in earlier episodes where he still had some hope of success, but his pessimism was played up more in later episodes to a rather depressing degree.
  • Eldritch Abomination: A more semi-humanoid version spawned from the demonic overlord Zalgo, Slenderman can cast all manner of magic from spatial manipulation to necromancy. Not only does he have all manner of mystical abilities, but his being is made from formless concentrate evil that allows him to shapeshift into anything, even a hundred of himself. He can even corrupt living creatures by just staring at them. Bonus points for literally being an evil from beyond the mortal realm.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: He hates being called "Slendy" but that doesn't stop anyone from not using the nickname.
  • Enemy to All Living Things: While saying "Hello" to Jeff's garden, the plants hiss at him.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: He visits Akira's tomb ever chance he gets. He was close with her in childhood (although they rarely saw each other due to Zalgo's interference).
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Deep down, deep, deep down, Slenderman sincerely cares for the Proxies.
  • Enraged by Idiocy: With how stupid some of his Proxies can be, it's fairly easy to see why he's so pissed off most of the time.
  • Evil Genius: Zig-zagged: Slenderman always has a strategy for his evil plans and calling him smart would be an understatement, but he fails pretty regularly, whether it be from his own arrogance or his idiot followers. He has, though, planned some very intelligent and cunning schemes, such as planning a Batman Gambit against Jeff to overthrow him when Jeff became President of the United States. He clearly isn't a dimwit - he has basically subjugated the Under Realm - but he's prone to errors in judgment.
  • Evil Gloating: Slenderman enjoys taunting his enemies when he believes he has won. It often leads to his own downfall.
  • Evil Is Bigger: One of the biggest characters of the cast. He is the tallest member of his family.
  • Evil Is Petty: Oh, hell yes. Despite having higher goals and ambitions, Slenderman cannot resist committing unnecessarily cruel and petty acts to people he's already screwed over, often to prove he can or just for a sick kick at their expense. He ends up taking it to Stupid Evil levels as he always backstabs anyone he makes a deal with, just to laugh at their misfortune.
  • Evil Laugh: He has a ghoulish, echoing laugh.
  • Evil Old Folks: Despite being "fucking ancient" as Comickit put it, it has not stopped him from continuing the family business or mentoring the Proxies.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: He has a very deep voice.
  • Evil Versus Evil: Him and the Proxies versus Zalgo and Enderman's gang.
  • Evil Wears Black: Yep.
  • Exhausted Eye Bags: He has these. Given what he has to put up with on a daily basis, it's no surprise.
  • Experienced Protagonist: Slenderman is this in contrast to the Proxies. Slenderman is familiar with the Under Realm and universe and the creatures it contains.
  • Expy: He's basically Squidward if he were an evil Eldritch Abomination.
  • The Faceless: He literally does not have a face. Because of this, he expresses emotions through movement of where his brows should be.
  • Facepalm: His usual reaction to Jeff's idiocy.
  • Family Values Villain: He apologizes to Slenderwoman for cursing.
  • Fatal Flaw: He own ego. Slenderman firmly believes that any scheme he concocts is flawless and will always work, this is definitely not the case most of the time.
  • A Father to His Men: In very rare instances, Slenderman is this to the Proxies. They are all under his protection and he's even become a sort of father figure to them.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Constantly flips between this and Affably Evil: It depends on who he is talking to.
  • Fiction 500: Aside from owning what has to be a multi-million dollar mansion, Slenderman also owns several equally impressive yachts, planes, houses, and hotels, all with staff such as butlers, chefs, bartenders, and maids. He also owns an elaborate secret island base manned by hundreds of mercenaries and technicians for the sole purpose of hiding and guarding the cure for cancer. Even Slenderson stealing 300 million dollars from him didn't seem to dent his fortune. Needless to say, Slendy is pretty much set for life (which for him, is endless)
  • Flash Step: He makes liberal use of this when sneaking around in forests, moving at blinding speed.
  • Foil: Slenderman is much more refined, pessimistic, and serious than Jeff is.
  • Friend to All Children: An Invoked example. Slenderman claims to be this, but it's mostly an act to get people to see him less as a monster. In reality, he's a Child Hater. In addition, considering he killed Death the Kid, a pre-teen at best, his "friendly" nature towards children is made clear to be null and void.
  • For the Evulz: At least in some respects: Slenderman does what he does because the suffering of others amuses him. Also, Deconstructed since a good half of his plans are foiled by his own inability to be pragmatic.
  • Freak Out!: Very prone to this, as he's both neurotic and psychopathic
  • Freudian Excuse: To say that his father, Zalgo, was a bad parent would be an understatement. The way that he was raised turned him into an immoral, monstrous jerkass.
  • Fun-Hating Confiscating Adult: He has a habit of stealing the Proxies' toys or anything that gives him entertainment. He keeps them, and tells the Proxies, "My house, my property!" By the end of one episode, he relents and returns years of toys and playthings back to the Proxies. Jeff accidentally smashes his window shortly thereafter, so it remains to be seen if the cycle will begin again.
  • Funny Schizophrenia: In his more creepy moments he acts extremely disturbing and insane, but it's all played for laughs.
  • Game Changer: Whenever Slenderman is generous enough to assist the Proxies in combat, the Proxies usually sit back and relax as Slenderman dominates the opposing force.
  • Genius Bruiser: He is a very powerful demon. He also has an IQ of 2,206 and understands the human mind enough to manipulate them for his convenience.
  • Genius Ditz: While Slenderman is very academically smart, his choice in Proxies are not very well thought out.
  • A Glass of Chianti: Slenderman is often seen drinking blood-red wine.
  • Grumpy Bear: He's perpetually grumpy for various reasons.
  • Grumpy Old Man: His attitude is akin to that of an old geezer too crabby to even talk to anyone and constantly complains about the racket neighbors are making.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: He gets angry over the slightest provocation, and usually deals with is by yelling at the offender or giving them demeaning and boring tasks.
  • Hates Being Touched
  • Hates Every One Equally: Slenderman has admitted on a few occasions that he hates everyone in the Under Realm and Human World. This stems from the fact that he constantly has to deal with the annoying antics of his students, thinks all humans to be evil, his only friends are other rich people who find him boring and is on the receiving end of torment in many, many episodes.
  • Hates the Job, Loves the Limelight: He genuinely hates leading the Proxies, but it has made him quite a recognizable figure in the Under Realm. He also enjoys his terrifying reputation he has in the Human World.
  • Healing Factor: One that makes him damn near impossible to kill.
  • Heartbroken Badass: Clearly still hurting over his mother's death. Also, his former best friend, Shadowlurker, had his memory wiped by Zalgo so he couldn't even remember Slenderman.
  • The Hedonist: Most of what he does it just done to please himself.
  • The Hermit: One of the criticisms Slenderman constantly gets from his Proxies is his habit of staying in his office for days on end, never letting anyone inside and keeping to his books or whatever he does in there. Slenderman has tried to be more social but between the world constantly beating him up or his lack of social skills, it's never successful.
  • Hero of Another Story: Several episodes allude to him having a very wide variety of hobbies and interests that he tends to be absent from the mansion for. We never really get to see them beyond cutaway gags.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • Slenderman is a fairly good artist.
    • He also knows how to play the piano, flute, and drums.
    • He's also a surprisingly good dancer.
  • High-Pressure Emotion: Slenderman sometimes turns blood red when angry.
  • Honorary Uncle: To Sally.
  • Horrifying the Horror: On both ends of this. On the one hand, Enderman, Malitch, and Mancala made it a point to avoid direct confrontation with Slenderman as much as possible until they had the sufficient power to do so. On the other hand, Slenderman himself is openly and shamelessly afraid of Aton, to the point that merely seeing him actually makes Slenderman grovel before him.
  • Humanoid Abomination: He looks like a very pale human with spidery hands and no face.
  • Humiliation Conga: Happens to him on a semi-regular basis.
  • Hunting the Most Dangerous Game: Slenderman is positively addicted to killing people.
  • Hypocrite: One of his defining traits. Slenderman constantly bickers at Jeff and BEN for slacking off and being lazy in general, yet all he does himself half the time is lay by the pool, sleep, and not answer his own mail. He criticizes the Proxies for being childish and uncivilized, while he himself is a Psychopathic Manchild who acts unreasonably cruel if he doesn't get what he wants.
  • I Am Not Weasel: He has been mistaken for a number of many animals, such as an octopus and a squid.
  • Idle Rich: He is a billionaire, thus he has little to do during the day.
  • Ignored Epiphany: When the Proxies discover Slenderman holds the cure for cosmic cancer, Ms. P gives tells him he should release it by giving him a speech about ethical ramifications. Slenderman then says he'll do it, but never does.
  • Immune to Bullets: When Enderman takes a shot at Slenderman with a ray gun, the beam bounces off Slenderman's chest with absolutely no reaction from him.
  • Implacable Man: Slenderman has rarely been defeated once in the series, and is easily one of the strongest characters in the comic.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: Big time.
  • The Insomniac: Due to the Proxies noisiness.
  • Insufferable Genius: He is one of the wisest and oldest monsters and he loves making sure others know it.
  • It's All About Me: One of the most selfish characters on the show. Slenderman is incredibly selfish and inconsiderate of the Proxies, when he's not outright abusing them.
  • Jerkass: He's very arrogant, hard-to-please, snobbish and cruel. He's easily one of the biggest Jerks in the show. He has enslaved his employees, is cruel to Jeff and pretty much every Proxy (even though, as said above, it's not like they don't deserve it time and again), and acts horribly to his adoptive daughter, Ms. P (it's also implied in some episodes that he used to beat her); in addition to abandoning his girlfriend after finding out she was pregnant. He even cured cancer and refused to release it to the public, even after Ms. P made an emotional speech about the ethical ramifications.
    • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Very sparingly, but it still shows. After Jeff organizes a surprise Christmas party for him and the Proxies offers him a ticket so he can go see his family, he gives the Proxies all the toys he had taken from them all these years.
    • Jerk With A Heart Of Jerk: Whenever he seems to have a remotely soft side, this is almost always subverted because of his ego and cruelty.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: Although he acts as a sort of Parental Substitute to the Proxies, his hatred of them is totally understandable.
  • Kick the Dog: Not unlike his dad, Slenderman enjoys doing this, lashing out at other people for pretty petty reasons or simply doing assholeish things for his enjoyment.
    • In the "High School" arc, he threatens to murder Ticci Tobey's beloved cat should Tobey back out of Proxyism.
    • He also laughs alongside Jeff when he found out Natalie Clockwork's mom died of cancer
    • His brainwashing of many troubled teens. Taking advantage of their insecurities and emotional problems in order to use them as what basically amounts to Cannon Fodder.
    • When he found out Slenderwoman was pregnant, Slenderman angrily threw her out of his mansion and into the cold, leaving her to raise her child in poor, cold and harsh poverty. Granted, Slenderman had claimed many times he didn't want a child, but it was still an incredible dick move.
    • This takes a literal turn when he is seen giving a dog electric shock therapy in "Outta the Ball Park".
    • When mentoring Jeff in ways of sophistication and maturity, Slenderman mentioned one of his favorite hobbies was to go to an orphanage, fill out all the paperwork, then not take them home (as in, fills the car up with toys and a puppy, then locks it and drives away.)
    • During his fight with Jeff. Even after Jeff injures himself just by punching Slenderman, to the point where he can't even move, Slenderman picks him up by the throat with his tentacle and gleefully continues to beat the shit out of him.
  • Kick the Morality Pet: To Ms. P, many times.
  • Lack of Empathy: Slenderman holds nothing but contempt for lifeforms of any kind, human or monster. He rarely helps anyone without some selfish reason behind it or when his self-preservation kicks in.
  • Laughably Evil: Of the Comically Serious variety.
  • Large and in Charge: A very tall monster in charge of the Proxies.
  • Large Ham: Downplayed in earlier episodes, but nowadays, he's become quite hammy and many of his lines involve SUDDENLY SHOUTING!!
  • Lawful Evil: Is aligned with it In-Universe.
  • Lazy Bum: He rarely dirties his hands, forcing the Proxies to go out and collect resources for him to use even though it would be easier to get them himself.
  • The Leader: He is the headmaster of the Proxies.
  • Lean and Mean: Very slender and very evil.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He's amazingly fast and is an incredibly powerful user of magic.
  • Likable Villain: He's pretty hilarious and charming, when he's not killing and/or brainwashing children.
  • Loophole Abuse: Because he begrudgingly had to follow the Under Realm's "Don't Kill Other Monsters" rule, he settles on torturing them instead.
  • Loves the Sound of Screaming:
    Slenderman: You do you. I'll just be here listening to my tunes. [turns on a phonograph that plays the sound of a woman screaming]
  • Made of Iron: He can take a lot of damage.
  • Man of Wealth and Taste: Aside from living in Proxy Mansion, a luxurious palace filled with many built-in luxuries (including home theater, recreational centers, indoor pools, and valuable paintings and artifacts), Slenderman himself enjoys dressing in expensive suits, visiting art exhibits and opera watching, with the addition of eating caviar.
  • Mask of Sanity: While Slenderman is able to hide it beneath a polite and suave act and function well enough to run a business, beneath it all, he's a brutally sadistic, Ax-Crazy Psychopathic Man Child who will kill or corrupt anyone, even his own minions, For the Evulz.
  • May–December Romance: Slenderman is as old as the universe itself. His former love interest, Slenderwoman, is 32 years old.
  • Mean Boss: To the Proxies, to the point of Caligula status.
  • The Mean Brit: He just oozes this.
  • Meaningful Name: He is a slender "man", after all.
  • The Mentally Disturbed: Sums him up pretty well.
  • Me's a Crowd: He can create afterimages and multiple versions of himself.
  • The Mentor: He is one to the Proxies. Specifically, he's Jeff teacher but considers Jeff a petty, annoying child with too much power.
  • Mind Screw: The short Slendy's Chess Game is full of this.
  • Mood-Swinger: One of the more unsettling attributes he possesses. One moment, Slenderman is an affable, charming businessman who you can sit down and drink some wine with. But, in an instant, he can turn into a paranoid and borderline insane individual willing to blackmail others to get what he wants.
  • Moral Myopia: He hates Jeff for humiliating and maiming him and wants nothing more than revenge, but Slenderman himself is a borderline Ax-Crazy psychopath who views himself as better than everyone else and has coldly murdered people in the low billions at the very least.
  • My Greatest Failure: Mr. X was supposed to be his greatest student but the guy foolishly got kidnapped and killed by Enderman, and thus became the most embarrassing instead.
    Slenderman: And then, there was Mr. X! Now there was a guy who had it all! He had the build! He had the foot speed! He could disembowel an entire family in the time it took for lightning to hit the ground! (Beat) BUT THAT GODDAMN PEASIZED BRAIN OF HIS! He straddles into the Dark Forest, gets kidnapped and KABOOM! He's history!
  • Narcissist: Views himself highly and is violent to criticisms that suggest otherwise. It says a lot that there are thousands of statues and paintings of himself around Proxy Mansion.
  • Neck Lift: He has a habit of doing this to people when frustrated, grabbing them by the necks using his tentacles.
  • Nerves of Steel: Almost nothing scares him, not even Zalgo.
  • Never My Fault: He always fails to never take responsibility for his actions.
  • New Powers as the Plot Demands: It's not really clear how far his abilities extend, and he's shown to be capable of dozens of powers, from shapeshifting into any size or shape, projectile magic blasts, spawning time portals, is able to instantly teleport himself and others anywhere in the universe, the power of flight, telekinesis, making rips in space-time, creating sentient minions, is completely immortal, can quickly regenerate from any wound, can "corrupt" places and people, multiply himself into different individuals, and can also see almost anywhere in the universe whenever he wants.
  • Nigh Invulnerable: Only other cosmic beings that hurt and kill Slendy. Everything else just tickles him.
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: Especially in earlier episodes.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: Slenderman is a alien-demon-demigod-''octopus''
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Gives Jeff an incredibly brutal and lengthy one in "Jeff V Slenderman".
  • No Indoor Voice: He very often yells at the Proxies.
  • Noodle People: He often looks like this.
  • No Respect Guy: Yep.
  • No-Sell: Jeff breaks several parts of his body trying to injure him. Slendy isn't even fazed.
  • Not So Different: Slenderman loves to act "above it all" with the Proxies, but he really is no different from them.
    • Ms. P might as well be a Slenderman clone with the similarities in her personality. Justified as she was raised by him.
    • One instance shoed Slenderman shares Jeff fear of the color pink.
    • At the end of "Suite and Sour", even after all the mayhem the Proxies caused at the country club, it's revealed that Slenderman was the one that eventually got the squad kicked out after the manager caught him Skinny Dipping in the pool at night.
    • He buys into Laughing Jack's claims of Jeff being a jinx to the point of locking Jeff out of the house and selling all his possessions.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Slenderman's later appearances show him in a comedic depression over his inability to achieve his goals. Then the audience is reminded that he's otherwise unstoppable to humans, as he is mentioned to have effortlessly annihilated Cheif Harginsen's previous squad and then killed his partner personally. It's later revealed that he killed an entire army of Stiltwalkers and destroyed their nests.
    • In the episode "Only Human". we also see that he was responsible for Commissioner Johnson losing his son and his depression, and the episode gives special attention to the many children he has kidnapped and families he has separated. Another wake up call that for all his humor, Slenderman is still a monster who has ruined the lives of many.
  • Only Sane Man: One of the most logical characters in the show. That doesn't make him any better, though.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Slenderman is a very arrogant SOB who would rather throw a temper tantrum than admit when someone's stronger than him... so you know shit just got real when he openly admits he doesn't want to mess with Aton and calls him "almighty."
  • Orcus on His Throne: Despite being (by a huge margin) one of the most powerful characters in the comic, Slenderman mostly just stays in his mansions while his Proxies do everything, and punishes them for their failures. It isn't until every last Proxy has failed that Slenderman can be bothered to personally confront the problem.
  • Overlord Jr.: Slenderman was supposed to be this to Zalgo before eventually betraying him.
  • Overprotective Dad: Acted as one to Ms. P while raising her.
  • The Paragon: An Inverted example. Slenderman encourages every being in the Under Realm to be as murderous and evil as possible. He would be successful... if everyone in the Under Realm wasn't either stupid, rebellious, a rogue predator, too-crazy-to-control, or an asshole.
  • Parental Substitute: Slendy pretty much acts as one to Ms. P. He took her in after her actual parents abandoned her and raised her to be a Proxy, treating her a hell of a lot better than her actual parents. He also seems to act as one to the Proxies in general, yelling at them the way a father scolds his children, and attempting to teach them a thing or two about life.
  • The Perfectionist: He threw Eyeless Jack out a window just because his coffee wasn't the right temperature.
  • Perpetual Frowner: You can tell from his furrowing brows that he is frowning most of the time. Not really a surprise considering his past and how he's treated.
  • Pet the Dog: Slenderman sometimes shows some compassion to others.
    • Slenderman is actually fairly casual to those who respect him. He has even adopted Sally as his niece and is one of the few Proxies who treats her fairly.
    • Of course, helping Ms. P escape from the traveling freak show and then becoming a sort of father figure to her. Sure it's implied he actually beat her on some occasions, but it's a hell of a lot better than how her biological parents treated her.
    • He also knows the names of all his Proxies and allows them to have days off and free healthcare.
    • When Jeff became his apprentice, Slendy begrudgingly lets Jeff keep him, despite his hatred of dogs. He couldn't help it, you just can't hate Smile.
    • Whenever Slenderman detects a Proxy is having problems, he holds conferences in order to resolve them in order to create a more healthy work environment. Sally calls them "family meetings".
  • Polite Villains, Rude Heroes: Slenderman is very polite and speaks in a formal manner. This is compared to Jeff and BEN who are more blunt, and rude in Jeff's case. Underneath his polite facade, however, he's anything but a good person.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: He does often target Lara exclusively for being human. He also demonstrates misogynistic traits when taunting Ms. P, ignores Eyeless Jack for being Jewish. Slenderman occasionally shows an ugly homophobic streak as well, calling Ticci Toby a "ponce", BEN a "fairy", and uses terms like "faggot". He calls a black cop "boy", implying racism as well. He also thanks Mr. Widemouth in an audio interview for sending the psychotic mental patients he'd requested, mentioning that the "dribbling monkeys" made for easy brainwashing for the Proxies. He's also an elitist, as shown when he claims driving around isn't what he should do, but rather what minions are for.
  • Precision F-Strike: After seeing The Emoji Movie, Slenderman mumbles "Fucking hell".
  • Psychopathic Manchild: For an ancient and powerful demon who attends operas as a hobby, Slenderman is ultimately rather petty and immature. Not to mention that he easily gets bored or irritated when things aren't going his way.
  • Racist Grandpa: Slenderman once told Sally to go to a nearby Chipotle shop and see if they have any green cards.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Slenderman has existed for millions of years.
  • The Red Baron: He goes by multiple nicknames. The Operator, Slendy, Squidward...
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Splendorman's Blue.
  • The Resenter: Slenderman is actually very open about his pure, unfiltered, raw hatred towards Jeff.
    Slenderman: Listen, Jeff... It's not that I don't like you, it's just... I HATE you! You're the bane of my existence and I would love to kill you. But since I'm in a hurry I'll give you a pass. How about if I buy you a new game, you please leave me the fuck alone?
    • He also hates Sexual Offenderman for reasons that should be obvious.
  • Rich Bastard: Aside from being a child-eating monster, he owns five mansions, a hotel, a private jet, a private island, a hot air balloon, many restaurants, a yacht, etc.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: He is considered the exiled prince of the Pit and is the most active of his clan making him the official face of the trade Under Realm. Even if he is an Orcus on His Throne most of time, he isn't afraid to get his hands dirty, especially when pissed.
  • Sadist: He clearly gets a kick out of killing people and causing suffering to others.
  • Sadist Teacher: Up to Eleven. See Bad Boss above.
  • Sanity Slippage: He lost any notion of good he had left after Zalgo tortured him.
  • Say My Name: "JJJJJJEEEEEEEEEEEFFFFFFFFF!!!!!"
  • Self-Made Man: Slenderman built himself up from humble beginnings; his wealth was earned, not inherited, and so his peers considered him "new money."
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: He wears a quite a nice tuxedo for a terrifying monster.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: He cusses an awful lot for a self-proclaimed sophisticated man.
  • Slouch of Villainy: Slenderman tends to sink low into his chair whenever grouchy, looking like an old man in an armchair.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Slenderman's default answer for the best thing about the Proxies is that they're lucky to have him.
  • Smug Snake: While Slenderman can switch between this and being a Magnificent Bastard, he's a Smug Snake in most situations. Despite having several savvy moments and being very smart and cunning, he firmly falls into this thanks to his arrogance. He relies on his raw power so much that he has nothing to fall back on once that proves to be ineffective. He is also lazy, using his Proxies to do all the work for him and literally doing nothing until they were all dead or failed.
  • The Snark Knight: Always snarking and making comments on the screwed up world around him.
  • The Sociopath: Self-centered, violent, manipulative and a mass murderer to boot.
  • Sociopathic Hero: He is an Anti-Hero (bordering on Anti-Villain) and a humongous jerk.
  • Sophisticated as Hell
  • Spoiled Brat: He hides it much better than most, but it is there. He practically has a temper tantrum when he tries to convince someone into Proxyism and denies his request, and when Enderman tricked him stole one of Slenderman's prized trophies, he was close to tearing down Proxy Mansion and threw random energy waves across the Under Realm. Throughout his entire life, Slenderman thought he was the strongest and everyone should do what he wanted. When he finally met someone stronger than him, he was revealed as the spoiled child that he was. Slenderson even outright describes him as a "little brat" who Zalgo "spoiled rotten."
  • Sore Loser: Slenderman behaves like a bratty child whenever his schemes fail.
  • The Soulless: He literally does not have a soul.
  • Sparing the Aces: Despite being paranoid about someone being stronger than him, he had a soft spot for exceptionally strong fighters. He took Jeff in and gave him a high rank among Proxies solely based on his criminal record.
  • Straw Loser: Slenderman proves all it takes is one Butt-Monkey to make the likes of Jeff and BEN look like winners.
  • Strong as They Need to Be: Slenderman can easily fight off a God of Evil, yet gets hilariously mauled by a hydra.
  • Story-Breaker Power: Since he's one of the main characters and firmly on the side of good (or at least the Under Realm's version of good), his vast powers could potentially be used to easily solve most problems. Except that being an incredibly powerful demon who gives Zalgo a run for his money, he's more likely to sit-out during the entire story than take action. Slenderman's game-breaking power is actually put in check in the "Jeff and the Darkness" arc, as he falls prey to an Anti-Magic field created by Malitch, his staff in particular. The fact that he's basically a minor character in even the biggest story arcs like "The Chain Mail" and "To Proxy Mountain" speaks volumes.
  • Straight Man: Whenever he has to put up with Jeff and BEN.
  • Suddenly SHOUTING!: Especially in later episodes.
    Slenderman: Again with the constant, neverending SCREAMING!!!
  • Super Speed: He can move at massively hypersonic speeds, allowing him to avoid being seen by human eyes.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: His attitude when around the Proxies.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Downplayed, but he seems to have this attitude towards Jeff and sometimes BEN. Normally, Slenderman is nothing but cranky and irritable to the two of them, but sometimes, he shows that he is pretty fond of the two little weirdos.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: He's frequently annoyed by the idiocy of Jeff, Laughing Jack, President Bush, and anyone else who isn't acting intelligently. The only characters he doesn't seem to have problems with are Ms. P, Masky and Hoodie, Ticci Tobey and Aton.
  • Tall, Dark, and Snarky: Covers all the criteria.
  • Team Dad: Seems to be one to the Proxies.
  • Teleport Spam: He moves so ridiculously fast that it seems like he's teleporting.
  • Took a Level in Cheerfulness: In the "Legends of the Multiverse", Slenderman parties and drinks along with the Proxies to celebrate Zalgo's death.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: The episode "Family Visit" is by far the most dickish and cruel Slenderman has ever been depicted. Even by the end of his episode, he doesn't have a Heel Realization, a Heel–Face Turn, or even reconciles with Slenderson. He only keeps insisting he was in the right by leaving him and Slenderman to fend for their lives in extreme poverty.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He really loves caviar and chocolate molten lava cake.
  • Tragic Villain: As big of a child-brainwashing sadist he is, the show makes it abundantly clear that he is just as much a victim of Zalgo as anyone else. He was born to the demonic tyrant, who raised him from birth to be how he is, complete with brutal punishments and beatings. He never had any choice from the moment he was born.
  • Training from Hell: From an early age, Slenderman and his siblings were subjected to brutal, one-sided pit-fights against fully trained demons of Zalgo's army and were punished for showing any sign of cowardice or weakness. After every "session" with Zalgo, Slenderman is so badly injured that he has to be healed by one of Zalgo's medics just to stay alive. The experience makes him the most powerful monster in the entire universe, and also a ruthless bastard on par with Zalgo himself.
  • The Unapologetic: Slenderman always justifies his cruel acts by saying he is in the right o do so. Becomes a key plot point in "Family Visit", where he constantly refuses to apologizes to slenderson even with the Proxies begging him to do so.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: He didn't even bother thanking Mr. Widemouth for getting rid of Proxy Mansion's growing rat problem.
  • Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist: Fits this trope to a T.
  • Upper-Class Twit: "Jeff, we do not drive ourselves, driving is for the help!"
  • Voice of the Legion: Often depicted as having this in dubs.
  • Villains Out Shopping: A lot of episodes show him preparing breakfast for Sally before she heads off to Proxy High.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Slenderman is incredibly immune to sunlight. When he allows the Proxies to take a trip to the beach, he literally coats himself in sunscreen and carried an umbrella around.
  • Wealthy Yacht Owner: He owns several yachts.
  • Wicked Cultured: He's a serial child murderer, but also attends weekly operas and buys expensive paintings.
  • Wins by Doing Absolutely Nothing: In "Jeff V. Slendy", Jeff finally gets the courage to fight him. Naturally, Slenderman just needs to stay still and does absolutely nothing for the majority of the fight as Jeff tries attacking him and completely shatters his bones every time he connects a hit.
  • The Worf Effect: Although depicted as a nigh-unstoppable demon, Slenderman has been mauled by inferior creatures like the Seedeater, purely for the sake of comedy.
  • Workaholic: He is very dedicated to his work, and is very short with any tomfoolery that occurs while he is doing his work.
  • Would Hit a Girl: He had no issue manhandling Ms. P to break up a fight between her and Jeff. He even grabs her by the neck using his tentacles.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Slenderman tends to play with this trope. Given his past crimes and ruthlessness, he definitely doesn't care about the age of anyone he harms. It's heavily implied Slenderman killed Death the Kid, who was 13 at best. In a less extreme example, he has no problem wrapping his tentacles around BEN's neck and yanking him around.
  • Wrath: Best known for his incredible anger and unreasonable attitude.
  • Your Size May Vary: How big he is constantly varies. Sometimes characters are knee-high compared to him (with characters like BEN only reaching his shins), most of the time he's only about a head taller than Jeff.
  • You Were Trying Too Hard: He tries to relate to Ticci Tobey using teenage slang and utterly fails miserably.
    Slenderman: Listen, Tobester. Eh, if you think this whole mad scene ain't dope, I feel you, dude. I mean, I'm not trying to get up in your grill or raise your roof or whatever, but what I am screamin' is, yo, check out this kazing thazing, bazaby! I mean if it doesn't groove or what I'm sayin' ain't straight trippin' just say, "Oh, no you di'n't! You know, you're gettin' on my last nerve." And then I'll know it's... then I'll - I'll know it's wack! (Tobey flings a tree branch in Slenderman's face)

Tropes applying to Slenderman in the non-canon Pastamonsters: The Final Season

Years prior to the series, Zalgo and his forces attacked the Under Realm and attempted to kill Slenderman and all his Proxies. Slenderman, however, was able to save his Proxies, but in an attempt to protect them, was killed by Zalgo. His death impacted the entire universe and led to the disbandment of the Proxies and marked Zalgo's new rule over the Under Realm.

Even after his death, Slenderman still continues to have a profound impact on the Under Realm - his Heroic Sacrifice made Slenderman a beacon of hope and inspiration for the Monsters of the Under Realm, giving them hope that Zalgo's tyranny will be ended. Many Monsters took to the streets, making murals for Slenderman despite it being against Zalgo's law, exemplifying their deep posthumous respect for Slenderman.
  • Character Death: Died some years before the comic.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: His death was a result of him buying time for the Proxies to escape.
  • Noodle Incident: How exactly he died is unknown, all we know is that Zalgo killed him.
  • Posthumous Character: As seen in the opening, Slenderman has become sort of a beacon of hope for Monsters, giving them hope that Zalgo's tyranny will eventually end.

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    Death 
An undead soul collector and Slenderman's uncle.
  • Affably Evil: He genuinely cares about his family, always follows his word, and you kinda get the idea he's enjoying himself while playing various games against other people.
  • The Devil Is a Loser: He never wins at anything.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He seems to love Slenderman very much.
  • Evil Uncle: He refers to himself as Slenderman's uncle. However, it is unknown if he's a relative or close acquaintance of Zalgo.
  • Grim Reaper: Duh.
  • I Love the Dead: Implied that dead bodies are the only thing that turns him on.
  • The Noseless: Being a skeleton and all.

    Splendorman 

Splendorman

Splendorman is the older brother of the infamous being, the Slenderman. Like his younger brother, he wants to wipe clean his ancestors’ name and be accepted. However, he openly went up against his father, Zalgo, and had his powers removed. He now goes around spreading joy and happiness under the name the Splendorman.
  • Acid-Trip Dimension: Splendorman lives in a chaotic dimension as revealed in one of the Thanksgiving comic.
  • Adorkable: Thanks to his ditzy, clumsy and awkward, but well-meaning and good-natured personality and love for his daughter, Slenderlass.
  • All-Loving Hero: Doesn't have a bad bone in his body, and is always willing to help out.
  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: It is almost certain that he will baby Slenderlass in public when Slenderlass is a teenager. Or an adult.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: To Slenderman.
  • The Atoner: Much like Slenderman, he spends a lot of time trying to right his family's wrongs.
  • Berserk Button: Don't harm children ('especially' his) if you value your life.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Given Splendorman being a goofy clown Nice Guy who is not all that bright, it wouldn't be hard to assume that Splendorman being angry is not possible. Except, he is capable of being angry. Either when Zalgo's forces invade his home or when Slenderlass is being disrespectful, Splendorman is very capable of frightening Tranquil Fury when pushed too far.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: He's pretty hammy, more than a bit flamboyant, calls everyone "babe" or "baby" (including Slenderman and Zalgo) and manipulates his weapons by using a party cannon and scatting. That said, he still completely slaughtered an entire brigade of Zalgo's army and tried to eat Jeff's hand off for stealing his candy.
    • Should you be near him during April Fools, may God have mercy on your soul.
  • Cain and Abel: The Abel to Slenderman's Cain.
  • Calling Card: Ballons tend to magically appear whenever he shows up.
  • Camp Gay: Lisp? Check. Flamboyant outfit? Check. Highly eccentric behavior? Check. Disapproval of manly activities? Check. Calling everyone around him (including Zalgo) "babe"? Check.
  • Chaotic Good
  • Comical Overreacting: His reaction to the sight of Trenderman eating the Thanksgiving turkey is this and gets even worse when he starts choking on a bone! The thing is, all along he's more concerned with the turkey being eaten than his brother's welfare.
  • Cool Key: He carries a flute wherever he goes.
  • Cool Sword: He owns a cane sword containing the legendary Sword of Splendorman, a sword capable of killing cosmic beings on Slenderman and Zalgo's level.
  • Creepy Good: He tends to say things that don't make much sense or otherwise put others off.
  • Dissonant Serenity: He tends to slip into an absurdly calm-and-collected state when others are getting themselves into trouble, though in the case of Trenderman his reactions alternate between this and Comical Overreacting. Even when Slenderman threatens to sic a Stiltwalker on him, he doesn't even bat an eye.
  • Good Parents: Despite being weird and embarrassing, he truly does care about Slenderlass, and does try to make her happy and do what's best for her most of the time, even if it doesn't always work. He is also very good at being emotionally supportive and generally talking to kids. He acts as a Parental Substitute for Jeff and BEN on occasion and is shown being able to talk to and calm Slenderman down (if only for a moment). He also does baby photography as a side-job, where it is clear the kids and their parents adore him.
  • Friend to All Children: A genuine example, unlike his brother.
  • Hearing Voices: He admits to this in "Clown".
  • Heroic Comedic Sociopath: Mostly around Slenderman.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: In general, his relationship with Slenderman. Being The Pollyanna he doesn't seem to have any concept of what a Jerkass Slenderman is, regarding Slenderman as his bestest big brother anyone could have, in spite of Slenderman's typical disdain of him.
  • The Hyena: He tends to laugh at his own jokes.
  • Large Ham: Comes with being a clown.
  • Laughing Mad: Splendorman tends to do this when incredibly amused.
  • Monster Clown: Played With. Splendorman is a literal demon but is otherwise a very approachable and fun-loving being.
  • New Jobs As The Plot Demands It: He works as a clown, a balloon salesman, a baby photographer, a chauffeur, a cook, and a car salesman.
  • Nice Hat: A stylish top hat.
  • Nice Guy: All he really wants to do is help other people out with their problems and make others laugh, no matter how grateful they end up being to him.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: The fact that he's usually calm and collected, and even amused while witnessing at the awful fates that befall others bespeaks these tropes!
  • One-Man Army: Wiped out a brigade of Zalgo's army in literally one hand swipe.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: Plays this role when with his family.
  • Pungeon Master: Most of what comes out of his mouth are jokes and puns, much to his daughter and Slenderman's chagrin.
  • The Pollyanna: He is continually screwed over by his own brother, and his daughter doesn't always appreciate what he does for him. He still maintains one of the two cheeriest and most optimistic dispositions on the comic... most of the time, but even he has his breaking points.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: He wears an extremely well-groomed, polka-dotted suit.

    Sexual Offenderman 

Sexual Offenderman

Sexual Offenderman is a member of the Slender family and is the Uncle of the Slender Man. Unlike most of his species, however, he prefers to go after young women, almost similar to that of an Incubus. He is known for his flamboyancy and for being a heavy smoker.
  • Adaptational Villainy: Unlike his original counterpart, he is a child molester, a sadist, and forces himself onto others.
  • Affably Evil: Make no mistake, Sexual Offenderman can be a pretty nice guy but the fact that he's able to have a (mostly) stable personality around so many people, even as he commits rape makes him even more disturbing. Not to mention how in the past he casually hinted he wanted to rape Jeff and Ms. P.
    Slenderman: "Well, one of my relatives is a rapist but nobody seems to be doing anything about, but it's mainly because he's so funny".
  • All Men Are Perverts: We don't need to go there.
  • And I Must Scream: What you're in for when he gets you.
  • Anything That Moves: So much so that he almost had sex with a severed head Jeff brought to Proxy Mansion.
  • Been There, Shaped History: At one point reveals he was Patient Zero for AIDS.
  • Bestiality Is Depraved: "Yeah, that's what separates us from the zebras. That and the armed guards at the zoo. Man, they got some sexy zebras down there."
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He acts friendly and polite to others, but in reality is a dangerous rapist.
  • Black Comedy Rape: Anytime he rapes someone is Played for Laughs. One example includes a scene where it cuts in on him spooning an uncomfortable Laughing Jack in his bed. He then pats Jack on the back and says "You look so peaceful sleeping." Once he leaves, Jack starts crying and screaming "WHHHHHHYYYY?!.
  • Bread, Eggs, Milk, Squick: The items inside of his magic bag are keys, hats, purses, vibrators, and whips.
  • Cain and Abel: The Abel to Zalgo's Cain. He ain't no saint, but Sexual Offenderman is nowhere near as bad as Zalgo.
  • The Casanova
  • Creepy Uncle: So much so that Slenderman never lets him in Proxy Mansion.
  • Depraved Bisexual: Oh, so much.
  • Dirty Old Man: Considering he's eons old, he can easily be considered this.
  • Disco Dan: The interior of his van has the look of the 60's or 70's.
  • Drink Order: He always orders a latte with extra foam every Saturday morning. This is exploited by Jeff and BEN, who shoves him into a freezer by putting said latte inside. He ends up land on himself, spilling the coffee. He is last seen sitting in the freezing room looking forlorn at his empty latte cup.
  • Easily Forgiven: By Slenderman no matter which Proxy he molests.
  • Evil Smells Bad: If you smell the lingering odor of cigarettes and sweat, run.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He despises Zalgo and avoids contacting him, seeing Zalgo's cruelty towards others as going too far.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: No one in Slenderman's family like him, for reasons that should be obvious.
  • Forgot About His Powers: Jeff and BEN get rid of Sexual Offenderman by locking him in a freezer. Sexual Offenderman could just teleport out the freezer or even just break the door down but.. he just kinda doesn't.
  • Gag Penis: Bordering on being a Running Gag.
    • When the male Proxies were talking about the last time they ...you know, Sexual Offenderman comments he didn't even have enough room in his home.
    • When Sexual Offenderman is knocked unconscious by Jeff and BEN, BEN drags Sexual Offenderman by his "middle leg".
  • The Hedonist: He won't take no for an answer.
  • Horny Devil: A Played for Laughs example.
  • The Jailbait Wait: While Sexual Offenderman is willing to have sex with people as young as 10, he's apparently willing to wait for Sally. More than almost anyone else on the show, he also seems to genuinely care for her, much more so than her own adoptive family, everyone else in the Under Realm, and the universe at large.
  • Jerkass: Most of the time he's a heartless sex hound who will do anything to take advantage of almost anyone and he's abandoned who knows how many kids.
  • Karma Houdini: It's Played for Laughs more often than not but by any definition, he's a serial rapist and prolific sex offender, amongst other moral and criminal offenses. He is guilty of faking love just to get women and men to sleep with him, has several children across the world that he doesn't care to know about (running away from one that might have been his), brutally assaulted or was otherwise horrible to the Proxies for various petty reasons, kept women prisoner in his own home, is guilty of necrophilia and possibly pedophilia...basically, by all rights he should be locked in Aton's galactic prison for life.
  • Kavorka Man: To an extreme.
  • Meaningful Name
  • Nice Hat: He wears a fedora, which Jeff and BEN quickly poke fun at. He admits he is ashamed of what become of the fedora.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: "The more you scream the more I like it."
  • The Peeping Tom: He is infamous for peeking at men and women alike.
  • Really Gets Around: Whether they like it or not.
  • The Resenter: He hates Zalgo with a passion.
  • Sealed Evil in a Six Pack: Has a pretty impressive six-pack going on.
  • Serial Rapist: What he does for a living.
  • Signature Color: Red.
  • Smoking Is Cool: Is almost always seen smoking.
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist
  • The Thing That Would Not Leave: For the Proxies in "The Visit". He visits Proxy Mansion and decides to stay there indefinitely. While he's there, he rapes and molests many Proxies and brings prostitutes into the mansion, greatly annoying everyone. Luckily, Jeff and BEN get rid of him by locking him in a freezer miles away from the mansion.
  • Would Hit a Girl: In more than one way...
  • Would Hurt a Child: At one point admits to molesting BEN in his sleep.

    Trenderman 

Trenderman

Trenderman is the fashionable cousin of Slenderman. He occasionally goes around in a brown sweater, a white undershirt, brown pants, and sometimes glasses. He's been known to act like a drama queen and can't stand anyone who says that they go for the "swag" or wears crocs. Like his cousin, he wants to clear his name and be accepted, but for the purpose of running a fashion magazine.
  • Attention Whore: Always has to be the center of attention at family dinners.
  • Big Eater: Slenderman claims he eats all the stuffing on Thanksgiving.
  • Brainless Beauty: Slenderman has to sometimes slowly spell things out for him and explain the implications of his actions.
  • Camp Straight: He claims to be married to a woman, though Slenderman is convinced "she" is named "Jeremy". Slenderson doesn't believe it either.
  • The Chick: He's very feminine despite being male.
  • Double Entendre: Lives off this type of humor.
  • Drama Queen: He tends to overreact a lot.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: There is a reason Slenderman usually regrets inviting him to Thanksgiving.
  • Get Out: Trenderman often orders people to leave the room whenever he's angry.
  • Girlfriend in Canada: Slenderman believes this to be the case with Trenderman's supposed wife. Whether he's right is anyone's guess.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: He has no idea people think he's gay.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: He's never irritable and can get pissed off easily.
  • It's All About Me
  • Large Ham: GOOD GOD.
  • Mistaken for Gay: Thanks to his completely obliviously constant use of Double Entendre and effeminate manner of speaking.
  • No Indoor Voice: Right after claiming he does have one.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: "Never send a woman to do a man's job."
  • Sissy Villain: Definitely, even though it's revealed that Trenderman isn't gay and has a girlfriend. Though Slenderman suspects her name is Jeremy..
  • Wham Line: A downplayed example but in regards to his character:
    Trenderman: You see, I need to call my wife.

    Slenderson 

Slenderson

Slenderman's biological son and heir to his fortune. Slenderson is entirely different from his father, foremost being that he's reckless and rude. He also realizes his father's schemes are a stupid waste of time. His efforts to explain this to Slenderman only result in insults and brow-beating, so he resigns himself instead to mocking his father and enjoying watching him fail.
  • 100% Adoration Rating: He is loved by every Proxy due to sharing each of their interests.
  • Adorkable: Particularly when hitting on Ms. P.
  • Black Sheep: Slenderman chose to ignore his existence entirely when he was considered.
  • Canon Foreigner
  • Catch-Phrase: "I hate you." Most often directed to Slenderman.
  • Create Your Own Villain: Slenderman created a monster when he decided to abandon him.
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: One of Slenderman's many complaints about his lifestyle.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Very snarky and condescending when talking to Slenderman.
  • Dumbass Teenage Son: He's not really dumb, but can still be pretty reckless and not think things through.
  • Eccentric Millionaire: He is Slenderman's son and thus is the heir to his throne.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He loves Slenderwoman and when he leaves Proxy Mansion, he steals millions out of Slenderman's bank account to support her financially.
  • Hidden Depths: He actually has something in common with each of the Proxies except for Ms. P. On a more serious note, it turns out that part of the reason why he stayed at Proxy Mansion for such a long time even though Slenderman lived there is that with him growing up as a poor only child, it got pretty boring at his house sometimes.
  • Jerkass: Is very destructive and full of himself even around his friends.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: His hatred for Slenderman is completely understandable considering Slenderman abandoned him and his mother and left them to fend for themselves in extreme poverty.
  • Lack of Empathy: Slenderson's Facebook posts make it clear he doesn't feel too bad about bad-mouthing his father, stealing his money, or taking his cars, and he even goes so far as to buy expensive things with Slenderman's money, as though it never happened. Pretty justified, seeing as how Slenderman is a massive dick to him.
  • Lazy Bum: All he does is masturbate, play video games, and eat all day.
  • Like Father, Like Son: At the end of the day, Slenderson is not that different from Slenderman: both of them act superior to people they used to get along better with (Slenderson and Slenderman, Slenderman and Jeff), both live very unhealthy lifestyles, both have rather stereotypical character traits of their generation (Slenderson acts very entitled and Slenderman lives the old glory days), both have aggression problems and tend to spew out insults left and right (although Slenderman does it less). They also have a huge interest in a media type that is popular in their generation.
  • Manchild: He's 20 years old, lives with his mom, and plays video games and masturbates all day.
  • Meta Guy: In that, he points out why Slenderman's plans are stupid and asks why he's not going with something more pragmatic and likely to succeed.
  • Millionaire Playboy: A lot of his money is spent on strip clubs.
  • Momma's Boy: In spite of his strained relationship with his dad, he and Slenderwoman seem to have a solid relationship. When he finally leaves Proxy Mansion, he steals 300$ million dollars out of Slenderman's bank account in order to support his mother.
  • N-Word Privileges: He doesn't have them, but still uses words like "nigga" while gaming.
  • Only Child Syndrome: Because he's an only child, he grew up with a rough and lonely childhood. And, as mentioned above, it's also one of the main reasons he likes spending time with the Proxies.
  • Parental Abandonment: Slenderman left his mother when he found out she was pregnant.
  • Pet the Dog: When he leaves Proxy Mansion, Slenderson takes over 300$ million dollars out of Slenderman's bank account to support not just himself, but also Slenderwoman.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: He spews insults towards gay, black, and poor people while gaming.
  • Pretty Fly, for a White Guy: He uses words like "Amigo", "Nigga", and "Finna" when talking.
  • Rags to Riches: After living with his homely mother after Slenderman left them, Slenderson is quick to take advantage of Slenderman's bank account when he finds Proxy Mansion.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: He deals these out to Slenderman like candy.
  • The Resenter: He hates Slenderman with a passion, bordering on Berserk Button. The feeling is mutual.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: Often pays cops to ignore his more criminal activities.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot
  • Spoiled Brat: His defining trait.
  • The Stoner: BEN complains about Slenderson breaking into his room to get a taste of Black Stuff.
  • Teens Are Monsters
  • The Thing That Would Not Leave: For Slenderman in "Family Visit". The Proxies seem to enjoy his company quite well.
  • Unfazed Everyman: He takes the craziness of Proxy Mansion well, taking being slathered with face cream, strapped to a brainwave helmet that gave Ms. P control of him, covered in scratching powder by Laughing Jack and wrapped up by Natalie's snake in rapid succession in stride. However, he's lived in the poorest parts of the Under Realm, so he's probably used to it by now.
  • Wealthy Yacht Owner: Bought a three million dollar yacht with Slenderman's money... And immediately crashes it into a nearby iceberg.
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