Look your fate in the eye.
How will it work? Can i/we have more details please?
I'm still working out the details and I don't want to give that much away before it's ready. There will be more information later, however.
Why don't you research the information others have gathered, like the rest of us slug about to do, or is that to much hard work, or do you trust no ones opinion but your own? AS I've collected information made my theories. Also most runners fight well already, it's a necessity, but not for war but just survival, I beseech you for the last time, this war will only get people killed, and life is not so easily regained as pride.-Manic
That is what this Station will be about: information gathering and implementation. "The general who wins the battle makes many calculations in his temple before the battle is fought. The general who loses makes but few calculations beforehand."
And the wise general seeks peace before war, as blood is easily spilt, but life impossible to restore. In this war no one wins, and the blood of those you send out to it be on your own conscience.-Manic
But those who go out under him will know the risk they take. If they understand the risks and fight this war anyway, it will be their decision and their lives. The choice that someone else makes doesnt way on his shoulders. if he sent them out into a battle he KNEW was impossible to win and didnt tell them, then you'd be right. And yet, you are right, life once lost is never regained.
But he stirs false hope, we know we cannot win, yet this war monger is inciting an impossible battle against our foe. Many of us have died already, why does he wish to increase the death toll by creating the black and white, we know there is no right or wrong, only what we perceive. So his incitement will be the cause that will make those that would not otherwise lose their live lose it, so it will weigh on his shoulders, even if it shouldn't, if you send men to die, even if they know the risks, it haunts you, I am warning him for his sanity and the lives of those that will be lost.-Manic
Should we die without a fight? Isn't it better than to try and live and survive, even knowing the odds are nearly impossible? Fighting and dying is better than giving up and dying, in my opinion.
We have tried fighting and it merely begot more blood, I'm not suggesting mindless submitting, merely don't rashly rush into battles that have already been lost, seek other means, violence begets violence, and blood begets more blood, a road to peace may be hard but things that are worthwhile are never gained easily.-Manic
That's silly. You're a silly Billy. How can you find a road to peace when everything's in pieces? How many pieces can you find? Reese's pieces?Let me be more lucid, if I can: you can't make piece with a literal monster. I think if you tried to surrender to the Slendy Man, it would just kill you. Or make you kill other innocent people. In either case, not exactly a "road to peace."Also: hi, I'm Tom!
Firstly let me congratulate you on your reference to the mental institute, very witty, secondly, reason would dictate that violence only gets the multitude killed when they face the Slender Man, so as the only road we haven't tried is peace reason dictates it is a viable option as it hasn't been tried before, so my boet, or whatever it is, is to make peace with the slender Man as oppsed to Skeptics one of killing it.-Manic
I think they are both solid arguments. I suppose it depends entirely on perspective. Although someone has made a pact with the Slender Man, ensuring a bit of peace. However, its at a price. and the man who made the pact.. i think he's insane and a very bad man. have you heard of the Overseer? he runs the East's Eden.
Couldn't you tell the muse is insane, he has been a thorn in many saner thighs for years, good luck in your war.-Us