Slender Man rules other fears or at last is strongest of themSlender represents the fear of unknown, which both H.P. Lovecraft and Stephen King noted to be strongest of all kinds of fear.
The wooden girl is responsible for Candle Cove.She turned the live-action girl into a doll. I think. The blog To light a candle http://tolightacandle.blogspot.com actually uses this as a fact. We also find out that yes she can turn people into dolls,all the C.C. puppets are legacy characters and out protagnist becomes the new Pirate Percy
The Cold Boy just wants some hot chocolate.And a nice warm house, so he can stop being cold. That's all he wants.
Anchises from the archive is the blind man.
The Manufactured Newborn's tower is actually a mech under construction.
Many murderous fears are actually benevolentThe afterlife is said to be being a powerless passanger in the Archangel forever, but the vctims of the Lost City instead (might) become Nightwalkers, so there is already precedence for Fears being able to inflict another afterlife. Or at least in the end of Excentrically Bored, Steward has come to believe something similar.
One "prize" in the Ludus Deorum is controll of the AfterlifeThe Archangel, the Fear of religion is normally considered the afterlife, but the Dying Man would, as the Fear of death, at least make as much sense, if not moreso (especially as fear of death is probably a mayor factor in the evolution of religiosity). However, we know that the Archangel is the one most involved in the Grand Game, so he might have won the aterlife aspect, at least for now. (Another reason of course being that the Archangel predates the Dying Man).
Tom Lehrer is running from The Convocation.I mean, to anyone who's heard "Poisoning Pigeons in the Park", it should be obvious. Either that or he's an anti-fear of The Convocation.