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** Now ''DarthWiki/CandleCove's'' shown up and Slendy and hell, even the Rake have been a bit OutOfFocus. This is getting to be a bit much for one series to conceivably handle well.

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** Now ''DarthWiki/CandleCove's'' ''Literature/CandleCove's'' shown up and Slendy and hell, even the Rake have been a bit OutOfFocus. This is getting to be a bit much for one series to conceivably handle well.


* Why didn't Stephanie show up in the last video? I get that she doesn't exactly fit a role in the Everyman Play, but she's still pretty damn important, given that she's a member of Corenthal's adopted family. Did everyone just forget about her or something?

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* Why didn't Stephanie show up in the last video? I get that she doesn't exactly fit a role in the Everyman Play, but she's still pretty damn important, given that she's a member of Corenthal's adopted family. Did everyone just forget about her or something?something?
* A few rapid fire things never resolved by the series: What are the purpose of the felt dolls if the souls of the victims are shown to be stuck in the Candleverse and not being ransomed by the Slenderman as the dolls imply? Why did the Slenderman sirens disappear for eight years? Why did the Rake disappear for four years? How is Evan in the Candleverse with Jeff's soul before he even died? How did they escape the Candleverse and go to the transmission tower from ''the drive west.'' in the real world if they are nonphysical souls?


** Entirely a guess, but it's possible Evan himself "died" when HABIT gained full control of his body, at least mentally.

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** Entirely a guess, but it's possible Evan himself "died" when HABIT gained full control of his body, at least mentally.mentally.
* Why didn't Stephanie show up in the last video? I get that she doesn't exactly fit a role in the Everyman Play, but she's still pretty damn important, given that she's a member of Corenthal's adopted family. Did everyone just forget about her or something?


* When did Evan die? We get very clear deaths for Vince and Jeff, and Steph's implied, which leads to the conclusion that the characters we see in the last few episodes are the Candleverse/Ark characters waiting for another iteration to start. Evan appears to be in the same boat (er, Ark) since he attempted suicide multiple times and survived. But when did it happen?

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* When did Evan die? We get very clear deaths for Vince and Jeff, and Steph's implied, which leads to the conclusion that the characters we see in the last few episodes are the Candleverse/Ark characters waiting for another iteration to start. Evan appears to be in the same boat (er, Ark) since he attempted suicide multiple times and survived. But when did it happen?happen?
** Entirely a guess, but it's possible Evan himself "died" when HABIT gained full control of his body, at least mentally.


** One post from Damsel's inHABITed blog is from the point of view of a Private Investigator tracking one of HABIT's murder sprees. Since the PI been collecting information about it he's learned a couple things; one, It can push its host's body to their limits (i.e. super strength, super speed etc.). Two, it can possess one or multiple persons, and three, It has to find a new host if the body is fatally injured. Presumably, because of Evan's upbringing and HABIT's hand in it, it no longer has to find a new host even if Evan is fatally wounded.

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** One post from Damsel's inHABITed blog is from the point of view of a Private Investigator tracking one of HABIT's murder sprees. Since the PI been collecting information about it he's learned a couple things; one, It can push its host's body to their limits (i.e. super strength, super speed etc.). Two, it can possess one or multiple persons, and three, It has to find a new host if the body is fatally injured. Presumably, because of Evan's upbringing and HABIT's hand in it, it no longer has to find a new host even if Evan is fatally wounded.wounded.
* When did Evan die? We get very clear deaths for Vince and Jeff, and Steph's implied, which leads to the conclusion that the characters we see in the last few episodes are the Candleverse/Ark characters waiting for another iteration to start. Evan appears to be in the same boat (er, Ark) since he attempted suicide multiple times and survived. But when did it happen?

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*** In the most recent video Slendy does appear again, rather prominently. And considering HABIT stated he is planning [[spoiler: to go to war wit Slendy]], its safe to asume that Slendy will get more screentime.


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** There is one theory that these underwater-shots show what might have happened if [[spoiler: Slendy hadn't scared Vin out of Evans house after HABIT took over; namely Vin possibly being drowned by HABIT.]]


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*** Also, in recent videos HABIT has [[spoiler: outright stated that he intends on going to war with Slendy.]]


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** They recently started putting videos out more frequently again, and those include stuff like [[spoiler: Vin having a insanely close encounter with Slendy]] and [[spoiler: Jeff and Alex]], so if they ever were tired of doing EMH, that has passed.


** One post from Damsel's inHABITed blog is from the point of view of a Private Investigator tracking one of HABIT's murder sprees. Since the PI been collecting information about it he's learned a couple things; one, It can push its host's body to their limits (i.e. super strength, super speed etc.). Two, it can possess one or multiple persons, and three, It has to find a new host if the body is fatally injured. Presumably, because of Evan's upbringing and HABIt's hand in it, it no longer has to find a new host even if Evan is fatally wounded.

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** One post from Damsel's inHABITed blog is from the point of view of a Private Investigator tracking one of HABIT's murder sprees. Since the PI been collecting information about it he's learned a couple things; one, It can push its host's body to their limits (i.e. super strength, super speed etc.). Two, it can possess one or multiple persons, and three, It has to find a new host if the body is fatally injured. Presumably, because of Evan's upbringing and HABIt's HABIT's hand in it, it no longer has to find a new host even if Evan is fatally wounded.


* If HABIT can possess multiple people at once, why does it need a "perfect host" exactly? Do the other ones suffer from PossessionBurnout? Can it not utilize its supernatural powers unless it's in the "right" body? What traits about Nick and Evan made them superior host bodies to inHABIT? Has this been explained or even hinted at?

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* If HABIT can possess multiple people at once, why does it need a "perfect host" exactly? Do the other ones suffer from PossessionBurnout? Can it not utilize its supernatural powers unless it's in the "right" body? What traits about Nick and Evan made them superior host bodies to inHABIT? Has this been explained or even hinted at?at?
** One post from Damsel's inHABITed blog is from the point of view of a Private Investigator tracking one of HABIT's murder sprees. Since the PI been collecting information about it he's learned a couple things; one, It can push its host's body to their limits (i.e. super strength, super speed etc.). Two, it can possess one or multiple persons, and three, It has to find a new host if the body is fatally injured. Presumably, because of Evan's upbringing and HABIt's hand in it, it no longer has to find a new host even if Evan is fatally wounded.


* Just something that popped into my head while watching DarkHarvest: did the motif of Slendy hanging bags full of people's guts from trees originate in this one, or is it older?

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* Just something that popped into my head while watching DarkHarvest: ''WebVideo/DarkHarvest'': did the motif of Slendy hanging bags full of people's guts from trees originate in this one, or is it older?


** Probably both. Whatever HABIT is, he is something outside of Evan, and he appears to be growing stronger ever since they summoned him. Now whenever he's inHABITing Evan, he speaks in two distinct voices: One is clearly Evan's voice (albeit more gravelly) and the other is believed to be HABIT's "real" voice, which sounds more demonic and reverberating. In the crossover with TribeTwelve, you'll notice that HABIT has the same sort of vocal effect, but his "true" voice is a ''lot'' more pronounced, especially in Bridge to Nowhere when Noah accidentally ends up in HABIT's home dimension, but even in Severance. In both cases, HABIT is somewhere that Slenderman can't enter (he says as much in Severance and the dimension in Bridge to Nowhere is also confirmed by WordOfGod to be inaccessible to Slendy) and both instances happen after A Summoning, indicating that the vocal change is due to either A) [[MustBeInvited being willingly "called" back into Evan's body by Vince]], B) being out of Slenderman's presence, or C) all of the above.

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** Probably both. Whatever HABIT is, he is something outside of Evan, and he appears to be growing stronger ever since they summoned him. Now whenever he's inHABITing Evan, he speaks in two distinct voices: One is clearly Evan's voice (albeit more gravelly) and the other is believed to be HABIT's "real" voice, which sounds more demonic and reverberating. In the crossover with TribeTwelve, WebVideo/TribeTwelve, you'll notice that HABIT has the same sort of vocal effect, but his "true" voice is a ''lot'' more pronounced, especially in Bridge to Nowhere when Noah accidentally ends up in HABIT's home dimension, but even in Severance. In both cases, HABIT is somewhere that Slenderman can't enter (he says as much in Severance and the dimension in Bridge to Nowhere is also confirmed by WordOfGod to be inaccessible to Slendy) and both instances happen after A Summoning, indicating that the vocal change is due to either A) [[MustBeInvited being willingly "called" back into Evan's body by Vince]], B) being out of Slenderman's presence, or C) all of the above.



* If HABIT can possess multiple people at once, why does it need a "perfect host" exactly? Do the other ones suffer from PossessionBurnout? Can it not utilize its supernatural powers unless it's in the "right" body? What traits about Nick and Evan made them superior host bodies to inHABIT? Has this been explained or even hinted at?

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* If HABIT can possess multiple people at once, why does it need a "perfect host" exactly? Do the other ones suffer from PossessionBurnout? Can it not utilize its supernatural powers unless it's in the "right" body? What traits about Nick and Evan made them superior host bodies to inHABIT? Has this been explained or even hinted at?

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*** That's kind of a good thing, though, as an original antagonist is a lot more threatening nowadays, now that the Big Man's been rather overused.


** Probably both. Whatever HABIT is, he is something outside of Evan, and he appears to be growing stronger ever since they summoned him. Now whenever he's inHABITing Evan, he speaks in two distinct voices: One is clearly Evan's voice (albeit more gravelly) and the other is believed to be HABIT's "real" voice, which sounds more demonic and reverberating. In the crossover with TribeTwelve, you'll notice that HABIT has the same sort of vocal effect, but his "true" voice is a ''lot'' more pronounced, especially in Bridge to Nowhere when Noah accidentally ends up in HABIT's home dimension, but even in Severance. In both cases, HABIT is somewhere that Slenderman can't enter (he says as much in Severance and the dimension in Bridge to Nowhere is also confirmed by WordOfGod to be inaccessible to Slendy) and both instances happen after A Summoning, indicating that the vocal change is due to either A) [[VampireInvitation being willingly "called" back into Evan's body by Vince]], B) being out of Slenderman's presence, or C) all of the above.

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** Probably both. Whatever HABIT is, he is something outside of Evan, and he appears to be growing stronger ever since they summoned him. Now whenever he's inHABITing Evan, he speaks in two distinct voices: One is clearly Evan's voice (albeit more gravelly) and the other is believed to be HABIT's "real" voice, which sounds more demonic and reverberating. In the crossover with TribeTwelve, you'll notice that HABIT has the same sort of vocal effect, but his "true" voice is a ''lot'' more pronounced, especially in Bridge to Nowhere when Noah accidentally ends up in HABIT's home dimension, but even in Severance. In both cases, HABIT is somewhere that Slenderman can't enter (he says as much in Severance and the dimension in Bridge to Nowhere is also confirmed by WordOfGod to be inaccessible to Slendy) and both instances happen after A Summoning, indicating that the vocal change is due to either A) [[VampireInvitation [[MustBeInvited being willingly "called" back into Evan's body by Vince]], B) being out of Slenderman's presence, or C) all of the above.


** Wasn't there something like this in the BlairWitchProject? Which might have influenced or inspired the idea. I don't know if that would predate the above, though.

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** Wasn't there something like this in the BlairWitchProject? Film/TheBlairWitchProject? Which might have influenced or inspired the idea. I don't know if that would predate the above, though.


** From my contact with the guys... that isn't the case at all. They love the fans and they love doing this. It's changed their lives. As for Production value... they have better cameras... and their fanbase is just as big as ever. The story they are telling requires these scenes... or they wouldn't be there. The same reason there is tons of side-content. It's not for budgets sake that those aren't shown in video form... it's for realism and it's the way they are telling the story.

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** From my contact with the guys... that isn't the case at all. They love the fans and they love doing this. It's changed their lives. As for Production value... they have better cameras... and their fanbase is just as big as ever. The story they are telling requires these scenes... or they wouldn't be there. The same reason there is tons of side-content. It's not for budgets sake that those aren't shown in video form... it's for realism and it's the way they are telling the story.
* If HABIT can possess multiple people at once, why does it need a "perfect host" exactly? Do the other ones suffer from PossessionBurnout? Can it not utilize its supernatural powers unless it's in the "right" body? What traits about Nick and Evan made them superior host bodies to inHABIT? Has this been explained or even hinted at?

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*** It probably was intended to be Corenthal. However, HABIT has shown to be clearly helping people deal with Slendy since then.

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