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NepSlappy He Walks. He Stalks.
~ The tagline of the book


Slappy is a possessed doll created in the late 1800s by an evil sorcerer who made him out of coffin wood. Later on said sorcerer died and put his soul into Slappy, terrorizing families. He is also the mascot of the Goosebumps franchise, appearing in several books, TV Episodes, movies and video games.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 2-C, possibly Low 1-C at max

Name: Slappy, Ol' Crazy Eyes, Mr. Bad Boy, Smiley, Bobo

Origin: Goosebumps

Gender: Male

Age: Around 200 years

Classification: Possessed Ventriloquist Dummy

Powers and Abilities:

Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Genius Intelligence, Godly Physiology (Is superior then R.L. Stine, who is the God of the Goosebumps verse), Social Influencing (Skilled Manipulator), Leadership Empowerment, Alien Mind and Apathy (Is insane, unpredictable, unconventional and cruel, along with being aware of the real world despite being a fictional character), Acrobatics (Is decently athletic, being able to jump 10 feet into the air), Night Vision, Glowing Eyes, Possession (Possessed Jillian in Bride of the Living Dummy), Non-Corporeal (His "true form" is that of a ghost), Flight and Intangibility When a ghost, Floating (In his boss fight in Goosebumps Dead of Night he is seen floating), Immortality (Type 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 12; Hasn't aged since the late 1800s. Survived without his head. Comparable to other monsters who can regenerate from puddles. Is equals with R.L. Stine. Is written to literally be incapable of death. Death itself is scared of him. Is a ghost that can possess others), Invulnerability (Unaffected by an explosion that destroyed a garage. Comparable to other Goosebumps entities like Arragotus who was completely unaffected by Slappy's laser vision), Inorganic Physiology (Type 1, is a living doll), possibly Nonexistent Physiology (Type 1; In Goosebumps: Horrortown he didn't have physical existence until he was bought by the player), Abstract Existence (Type 1, possibly 3; Represents R.L. Stine’s evil side, and is unaffected by direct damage to R.L. Stine himself), Mindlessness, Self-Sustenance (Types 1, 2 and 3. Both in dummy form and in ghost form, neither of which show many signs of needing any form of sustenance), Size Manipulation (Grew 20ft in Goosebumps Live on Stage: Screams in the Night. Slappy changes size throughout multiple books, being described as "child size" to "human size" to even "baby size" in different books), Small Size normally (Type 0), Large Size when a giant (Type 0, grew 20 feet tall), Curse Manipulation (Apparently has cursed books that he uses to obtain children in Horrorland), Intense Fear Inducement (In Goosebumps Horrortown he along with the other monsters can induce intense fear into their victims. Is so scary that a mere toy of him made death itself horrified as seen in a commercial), Morality Manipulation (In the comics he managed to get Mitra into a fight with her best friend), Madness Manipulation (Types 1 and 3; This goes with his Morality Manipulation, plus he typically plays mind games to slowly drive his target insane and make their lives terrible), limited Portal Creation, Life Manipulation (Brought Rocky to life. Brought an entire town's worth of Halloween decorations to life), Power Bestowal, Passive Technopathy (His chant indirectly turned most of the lights in a building off), Electricity Manipulation (Projected his magic into a power tower's electricity. Has a joy buzzer that he used to electrocute someone), Hacking (Hacked into several computers to project his face onto them. In the second Goosebumps movie he tinkered with Sonny Quinn's science project and turned it into a dangerous weapon), Dream Manipulation (Invaded Mitra's dream), Wallcrawling, [1] (In Night of the Living Dummy 2 it is said that he is capable of moving completely silently. Can sneak around Mitra's house without being initially spotted. Cut Amanda Sneeds' hair in her sleep), Sound Manipulation (Whistled so loudly that it felt like being stabbed in the ear with a knife as seen in Slappy’s Nightmare), Telekinesis, Teleportation, Telepathy, Possibly Precognition (In the episode adaption of Bride of the Living Dummy he predicted that Jillian will send him back to Jimmy so he put her dog in the case he originally came from), Clairvoyance (Learned Sarah Quinn's locker combination through mysterious ways), Extrasensory Perception, Transmutation (Turned Zane into a dummy in the episode of Night of the Living Dummy 2. In The Streets of Panic Park he used a trick he learned from The Menace that allows him to turn others into ventriloquist dummies and he used it on Britney. If his chant is said incorrectly the reader will become a chicken as seen in Escape from the Carnival of Horrors. Turned Goldie into a yellow rat), Dollification, Malevolence (Became a thousand times more evil when Mr. Wood died. Is extremely evil due to being made of coffin wood), Information Analysis (Quickly scanned a spell completely from Goldie's diary when she took it from him), Accelerated Development (Learned how to master a video game in one sitting without playing a single video game before), Toon Force (Seen many times in Slappy's Monster Madness), Broadway Force (Help start a musical number in the official music video called Bumps Gonna Goose Ya!), Minor Reality Warping (Appeared inside a mirror in The Streets of Panic Park and made his reflection not follow his movements in several ads for SlappyWorld), Self-Resurrection (Even when he is torn to shreds he comes back in the next book), Natural Weaponry (Is seen spewing out or projectile vomiting green liquids, and in Slappy Birthday to You it seems mildly acidic, burning upon contact), Enhanced Bodily Fluids, Adhesive Manipulation (Can spit out and create Monster Blood, and used as a projectile weapon, lock others in place and keep doors shut), possibly Passive Organic Manipulation (Can seemingly generate Monster Blood around him), Enhanced Bite (Bit a girl's ear so hard she went unconscious), Danmaku (Slappy in the his respective game on the Goosebumps Handheld LCD Game can shoot out various projectiles that he uses to defend himself from the residence of a Haunted Graveyard and skateboarding mummies) Weather Manipulation (Is possibly behind the creation of a storm in Diary of a Dummy), Subjective Reality, Body Puppetry (As seen here), Body Control (Reattached a chink of his face in the episode Night of the Living Dummy 3. Can spin his head 360 degrees. Can speak with his mouth closed), 360-Degree Neck Rotation, Vehicular Mastery (In Goosebumps Horrortown he drives a tricycle), Fourth Wall Awareness, possibly Cosmic Awareness (In the graphic novel Slappy's Tales of Horror he is aware that the reader is reading the book and that they are getting scared) Energy Projection (Shot lasers out of his eyes in The Dummy Meets The Mummy. Shot out a ball of energy at Twist in Goosebumps Dead of Night), Acausality (Types 3 and 4; Monsters of the Goosebumps verse run on "Monster Time", which is separate from regular time and operates differently. If destroyed, copies of him from other manuscripts can take his place), possibly Transduality (Either type 1 or 2; Is comparable to R.L. Stine who is beyond the duality systems within the Goosebumps verse), Necromancy (In The Dummy Meets The Mummy he brought a dinosaur skeleton to life), Afterimage Creation (In ghost form), Preparation, Unpredictability, Regeneration (Mid-Godly, possibly High-Godly) (Recovered from not only the destruction of himself but the manuscript he was trapped in, which is essentially the destruction of the reality he is in considering manuscripts are their own universe) and Pseudo-Regeneration (High-Mid) (Can be rebuilt if smashed into pieces, most notably seen in The Ghost of Slappy), Fire Manipulation with matches, Magic, Inscription Casting, Animal Manipulation (Vomit up cockroaches in Diary of a Dummy, turned Goldie's rats against her. In Slappy's Sideshow Saturday he was able to communicate with Sabre), Plant Manipulation (Seemingly used a large plant to hold Twist in place in the game Goosebumps Dead of Night), Corruption (Type 1 and 3; Is a skilled manipulator and convinced Mitra to turn against her friend in the comic book Download and Die. Can turn people into ventriloquist dummies or human dummy hybrids through several ways; such as his breath, chants, and even just by pointing his finger at them as seen in The Streets of Panic Park. Turned Twist and Margaret into plant mutants in Goosebumps Dead of Night), Poison Manipulation (Poisoned Twist and Margaret in Goosebumps Dead of Night), Duplication (Presumably created 3 clones of Walter in Goosebumps Dead of Night), Summoning and Sealing with manuscripts (Used the manuscripts to summon several monsters and to seal R.L. Stine in a manuscript), Passive Mind Manipulation (Can seemingly brainwash others, mainly adults, to make poor actions and illogical decisions, even when not active. Can produce a sound that can hypnotize others and control their emotions in Son of Slappy, this still happens even when Slappy isn't around the victim. Can steal minds with The Mind Stealer. In the Fright Gallery segment of the reprint of Night of the Living Dummy it is said to have some control of the minds of others Turned Billy, Maggie, and Laci into mindless zombies that follow his every command), Emotional Manipulation, Disease Manipulation (Can create diseases and make others ill, even diseases that have never been seen before as seen in Download and Die), Forcefield Creation (In Goosebumps Dead of Night, Slappy created a forcefield around himself), Matter Manipulation (In Goosebumps Dead of Night he seemingly created dolls out of nowhere), possibly Antimatter Manipulation (Seemingly generated and launched a ball of antimatter at Twist near the end of his fight in Goosebumps Dead of Night), Regeneration Negation (Mid-Godly, possibly High-Godly; broke R.L. Stine's fingers without him regenerating), Immortality Negation (Types 2, 3, 4, and 7), Nigh-Omnipresence, Non-Physical Interaction (Comparable to the other monsters in the movies which were capable of interacting with Hannah Fairchild and were a physical threat to her), possibly Reactive Evolution and Adaptation (Likely adapted to the effects of the manuscripts. Being affected by the manuscripts in the first movie but in the next movie, even on a stronger scale thanks to it being mixed into the electricity of the power tower, he wasn't affected and survived the incident while every other monster was sucked in), Probability Manipulation (In the comic book series Download and Die he can manipulate the probability of events to cause accidents, like when he used this ability to break a boy's arm), Multiple Languages (Comparable to R.L. Stine, who created the entire Goosebumps verse, likely meaning he should know every language present in them, even languages of alien species), Higher-Dimensional Physiology and Higher-Dimensional Manipulation, Soul Absorption, Fusionism (In the intro of Goosebumps Dead of Night he created a spell that fused R.L. Stine and his typewriter into one), Shapeshifting (In Download and Die, Slappy turned into Weather to manipulate Mitra in her dream), Immersion (Can escape into the real world in the Goosebumps movies), Transformation (In Goosebumps Horrortown he can apparently turn into a vampire)

Resistance to Mind Manipulation and Soul Manipulation (Survived the effects of The Mind Stealer, which can steal both the mind and soul and has claimed 20 people's lives. Is said that his soul is unstoppable. Lacks a brain), Death Manipulation (Survived a spell that was specifically designed to kill him for good in Slappy's Nightmare), Electricity (Withstood 400 volts of electricity, its takes 110 volts to kill a person), Fire (Can remain unaffected when riding the Wheel of Fire in Panic Park, which is a carousel that is constantly on fire), Biological Manipulation, Blood Manipulation, Bone Manipulation and Disease Manipulation (Due to being a living inorganic ventriloquist dummy that doesn’t have organs), Fear Manipulation and possibly Social Influencing (Unlike other creatures such as The Beast from The East. He wasn't affected by The Haunted Mask's fear inducing effects if The Haunted Mask is being worn during the player's conversation with him. This happens in the Goosebumps computer game made in 2015. In an ad for Slappy's Monster Madness, he quickly recovered from witnessing "the scariest creature on the planet" which would have given the entire world "Goosebumps for life"), Madness Manipulation (Types 1, 2, 3 and 5; Is an inorganic dummy, has resistance to Mind Manipulation and is unaffected by The Haunted Masks' madness inducement even when looking at it for a long period of time), Absorption (In a few pieces of media he seems to covered in Monster Blood without being effected. Can eat blood sandwiches in Goosebumps: HorrorTown with no harmful effects), BFR and Sealing (In the first Goosebumps movie he was capable of interacting with the real world while stuck in his manuscript. In the game Goosebumps Dead of Night he escaped the book by himself and is said that the book can no longer contain him), Status Effect Inducement/Body Puppetry (Recovered from Goldie's spell that made Slappy bend himself into a pretzel-like shape), Magic (Recovered from sorts of spells. Including spells that were specifically designed to kill him for good), Curse Manipulation (In one of the ads of Slappy's Monster Madness he covered from a spell/curse that turned him black and white), Plot Manipulation (Transcends the plot due to transcending the books), Transmutation and Corruption (Unaffected by his own chant, which said incorrectly will turn the user into a chicken. In Slappy's Monster Madness he recovered from being turned into a black and white version of himself), Energy Projection and Vaporization (In Goosebumps: Night of Scares. Him along with the other monsters are unaffected by the laser beams shot out of by the Annihilator 3000, said lasers can also make things explode), Power Nullification (Recovered from a spell that was specifically designed to kill him for good, meaning it would negate the abilities that would bring him back), Total Event Collapse/Destruction (Survived the destruction of the manuscript he was trapped in), Existence Erasure (Survived having his mind "erased" by the Mind Stealer), The effects of the manuscripts (Resisted the effects of the manuscripts. This includes Conceptual Manipulation [Type 2], Reality Warping, Plot Manipulation, Law Manipulation, Regeneration Negation [Mid-Godly, possibly High-Godly], Acausality Negation [Up to type 4], Power Nullification, Statistics Reduction, Resistance Negation, Immortality Negation [All types], Sealing, BFR and Reactive Evolution Negation)

Attack Potency: Low Multiverse level (Can harm and intimidate R.L. Stine who created the entire Goosebumps verse, which contains many universes, alternative timelines and dimensions such as the shadow realm, the many alternative realities in Don’t Go to Sleep!, the comic book world, the grey world, the dream world, an alternative universe where animals have swapped with humans in Elevator to Nowhere, among many others. Most books can be considered their own universes,there are over 230 books in the series), possibly Low Complex Multiverse level at max (R.L. Stine transcends the Goosebumps verse and sees it as fictional stories, unlike the other monsters he can escape into the real world by himself and even affect the real world from within the book, the real world transcends the Goosebumps verse. The Normal World sees other in-verse universes as dreams or pieces of fiction, most notably the dream world and the comic book world. Can interact and directly communicate with the player in Goosebumps Horrortown, who transcends Goosebumps Horrortown and sees it as a video game on a flat screen)

Speed: Immeasurable, possibly Nigh-Omnipresent (As seen here)

Lifting Strength: Immeasurable

Striking Strength: Low Multiversal, possibly Low Complex Multiversal at max

Durability: Low Multiverse level, possibly Low Complex Multiverse level at max. Many abilities make him harder to kill.

Stamina: Really high (Is a living puppet controlled by a ghost), likely limitless when in ghost form

Range: Standard melee range, extended melee range when a giant, far higher with abilities

Standard Equipment: His Chant, The Mind Stealer, Skull Cane, Manuscripts, Cursed/"Special" Books, Tricycle, Matches, Joy Buzzer, Yo-Yo, Backpack, R.L. Stine's Typewriter, The Phone, The Playing Cards from Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid!

Notable Summons: Any Goosebumps monster with manuscripts, Pennywise (Pennywise makes an appearance in the second movie)

Intelligence: Genius (In the crossover book Gaslighted: Slappy the Ventriloquist Dummy vs. Aloysius Pendergast, he was persistently tormenting and outsmarting Aloysius Pendergast who served in the U.S. Special Forces as the elite “Ghost Company” (a successor to “blue light”/aka Delta Force), is irresistibly charming, is well-learned in many subjects, can easily communicate with doctors, scientists, intellectuals, vagabonds, highly specialized masters of specific disciplines and people who are aware of culture and a wide variety of language, and is a polyglot, being able to speak multiple languages [I.E. French, Italian, Latin, Greek, Portuguese, cantaonese, Mandarin, and American Sign Language. Highly manipulative and cunning, always planning on what he will do next. Smart enough to operate Nikola Tesla's power tower. Skilled trickster. Skilled at algebra. Very old. Outsmarted R.L. Stine. Skilled insulter. Skilled with technology. Has been in art school for years)

Weaknesses: Easily gets cocky and arrogant. Likes to play with his victims. Is afraid of termites. Can be temporarily put to sleep if his chant is said out loud again. However it is unknown if this actually works.

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