Thank You!

So sorry I never finished the article, couldn't find the time, but thanks to AlexShepherd, you did such a nice job! This was exactly how I envisioned the article when I first made it. V. nice job! Thank you! --4/18/09 yourmomlemon

You're welcome =] I tried to keep your points in the article when I was writing it. AlexShepherd 17:30, 18 April 2009 (UTC)


These locations are covered at the Locations-article, and Wish House even has an individual page, therefore I think this article is unnecessary and should be deleted. Anyone agree or disagree? --Painocus 19:42, 20 February 2009 (UTC)


The reason I made it was because I couldn't find the page you're talking about (thank you, by the way), and now that I look at it, I notice that it isn't well organized. It would be best not to merge all of the games into one article on this subject because it makes it hard to find what you're looking for. Also, there weren't very good descriptions on that page. But thanks for the feedback. Any other suggestions besides deleting it altogether? --yourmomlemon 2/09

Well the main fundament of this article is that all these locations are in individual otherworlds created by Walter, and as far as I remember this is not even hinted in the game (correct me if I'm wrong) and therefore is just speculation, but the article could be altered into a article abut the hole in Henry's apartment. Also a link to the locations article is on the main page. --Painocus 20:25, 23 February 2009 (UTC)
It's made clear in the article about Holy Assumption. It also clarifies that these are separate worlds by saying "2nd Building World" or "Forest World" ect. ect. when you save at your apartment. Very few facts are explictly stated in Silent Hill, as they often want the player to draw conclusions such as these themselves. It wouldn't say something like, "Walter has the magical power to create other worlds." Instead, it puts a random article in about holy assumption and makes subtle hints at it throughout the game. The Silent Hill games are based largely on interpretation, and this is the most basic and widely known idea about how the Otherworlds in SH4 were created. Part of it is speculation, but it is based on facts that were given in the game. If it's that big of a deal, however, turning it into an article about Henry's hole and where it leads to would probably suffice. --yourmomlemon2/23
I checked, and you are correct. Sorry for making a deal out of it. --Painocus 10:03, 24 February 2009 (UTC)

I think we need to make it individually

Even if the Subway world,Forest world,Water prison,and Building world is explained in this article,I think we need to make each indicidual article for each of the world CrimsonScythe (talk) 18:58, December 16, 2012 (UTC)

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