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Overall passable (and probably site-ready?), though it seems like it's presenting the premise of being another person without really exploring what it means (besides having happy mask salesman explain it to the reader and the Foundation). I'm not sure if I'm missing anything at the final addendum other than "the mask did some magic and enabled someone to steal it from the Foundation".
What does it mean to be another person more than that person themselves? What does Matt think about all this?
I'm also slightly reminded of that Borges fragment where a poet, tasked to write about a palace, sums it up so succinctly and beautifully in a single poem that the palace ceases to exist, as the poem and the palace are now one.
These are pretty good points. Initially, I wanted the article to focus on the over-obsessive fan, but looking over my article, I can see that there's not enough buildup or content regarding that. Plus, adding extra information about him would conflict the rest of my article, so I'll go with your suggestion. I really like the focus on the identity aspect of the article that I could develop.
The missing mask part wasn't an effect of the mask nor the maker, but a separate AWCY anomaly that I have planned out. I'm not sure if I should keep that part or not, and I would be open to suggestions on how the ending should be.
As for your last point, I actually had something planned out in which researchers discovered that Matt began to act very strangely (stuff like he started quoting himself from his past movies during a TV interview, suffered random headaches during the shooting of a film) as tests were carried out, so they suspended testing. I might add that to my draft.
Alright, some major updates. I've tweaked the effects of the mask so that former users would be more sympathetic to Matt Damon, in addition to changing effect of overuse to something more personal.
I've also added two addendums that deal with the effects that the mask had on Matt Damon himself, as well as tweaking the way that the mask disappeared.
Another update. Changed the ending of the article, and fixed a few grammar mistakes.