"It started with the Slender Man. The tall, faceless businessman was terrifying in his own right, but then others appeared. They weren't members of the Slender Man's own race (if he had a race), but were similar in what they inspired: fear.
The members of this new wave of abominations were based on fear. They were the embodiments of particular fears and sometimes targeted those who had those fears."
Abominations that we've thought of so far (in alphabetical order, aside from Slendy) with their associated fears:
- The Archangel (fear of the afterlife, of being watched, religious fear)
- The Black Dog (fear of being "found," omens)
- The Blind Man (fear of getting old, of forgetting)
- The Choir (fear of what others say or think)
- The Cold Boy (fear of the cold, of being cold)
- The Convocation (fear of birds, of heights, of being taken)
- The Dying Man (fear of dying, of death)
- EAT (fear of drowning, of being "infected")
- The Empty City (fear of being lost, of being alone)
- The Nightlanders (fear of shadows, of the things in the dark)
- The Plague Doctor (fear of disease, contagiousness)
- The Rake (fear of feral animals, brutality)
- The Wooden Girl (fear of puppets, of being a puppet, of not controlling one's own actions)