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2014.08.14 03:04 reached Five Nights at Freddy's

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2015.02.07 04:08 BlueLink9737 FNAFTheories

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2017.08.09 22:11 f-n-a-f-g-y-f-r Long Fredbear

In tribute of the "l o n g b o y e" himself, the Fredbear plush from the /fivenightsatfreddys subreddit during the 3rd FNAF anniversary, I present "Long Fredbear". Similar to /upvoteexeggutor you can add your own neck pieces to the subreddit to extend her ever-growing neck.

2023.06.01 04:24 TheFanatic2997 Solving Fnaf 4(no,really!)

So we all t]know the confusing game that is Fnaf 4, Right? and how it is probably associated with Midnight Moderist? Well I have a theory that I think cracks the case of Fnaf 4 AND Midnight Moderist. I haven't seen this theory anywhere else, so this will be the only instance to the best of my knowledge.

Midnight Moderist
So in Midnight Moderist you play as "Mustard Man" driving in a suspiciously purple car in the rain. he gets home and talks to an unknown person that is not only wearing gray, and speaks in gray as well. they tell you to leave "Him" alone. you never the less knock on his door, demanding to be let in. when that doesn't work, you go around to the back of the house to find a broken window, human footprints leading away from the site, and animal footprints standing just outside. You say "Ran off to that place again. He'll be sorry when he gets Back." and the screen cuts to black.

The Characters
so we can already label "Mustard Man" as William Afton. He drives a purple car, the minigame is labeled in the files as "Later that night" and it is raining, just like the Security Puppet minigame, which shows Charlie Emily's death. with that out of the way, let's talk about about the gray person. this person is most definitely Michael, or "Foxy Bro" watching the TV, just like Michael does at the end of each night in Sister Location. he is also wearing a gray shirt, like Foxy Bro is in Fnaf 4, and he speaks in gray, like Foxy Bro. Now if he is Michael/Foxy Bro, then the "He" he mentions is most likely the Crying Child(CC).

So, What Happened?
Well, William is shown in the Minigame driving home after his first murder, and when he gets home, CC has run away to "That Place" most likely Fredbear's Family Diner since that was where William just was. If CC went to Fredbear's, then wouldn't he be there when his father murdered Charlie? and when The Puppet went outside after Charlie? what if CC saw Charlie outside in the rain, and saw The Puppet go outside too. He would then go out as well, and what would he find? an animatronic laying on top of a child's corpse. It all makes sense now. CC saw The Puppet on top of Charlie and believed that The Puppet killed her. "what is seen in the shadows is easily misunderstood in the mind of a child." now that explains CC's fear of animatronics, and what the Fredbear plush meant when he said "You know what will happen if he catches you." Michael, now aware of his brother's new found fear, would begin to bully him about his fear. Why? Well in Security Breach's CD's one of the backstories provided was that Vanessa's father, Bill, forced her to lie about her mother in court to win the custody battle. in the aftermath, it is implied her mother K*lled herself. this story turns out to be a complete fabrication. but look at Bill's name. it is short for William. this story is not Vanessa's but of the Afton kids. in the aftermath of this traumatic divorce, Michael would express his sadness by torturing his younger brother using animatronic masks. this is backed up in the story "Step Closer" where the protagonist, Pete, shares striking similarities to Michael. In this story, it is said Pete bullied his younger brother to express his sadness over his parent's divorce.

So What is Fnaf 4?
This is where the fun begins. So before we talk about Fnaf 4, I should mention the dirt mound and the animal footprints. In the Twisted Ones, the Twisted animatronics seem to be the counterparts to the Nightmare animatronics. For that reason, I think it is safe to assume that the dirt mound is where at least one of the animatronics bury themselves during the day, like in the Twisted Ones novel, and the animal footprints are from one of the Nightmare animatronics. They would be stalking the house, like seen in the menu screen of Fnaf 4. So, to lead our way to Fnaf 4, I would like to turn your attention to William's line of "He'll be sorry when he gets back." since his kid not only snuck out of the house, but went to Fredbear's on a night he killed someone. as punishment, William locked CC in one of his "Observatory" rooms seen in Sister Location, and would send the Nightmare Animatronics after him. since the Nightmare animatronics are counterparts to the Twisted Ones, then it is not far-fetched to assume they are just bare endoskeletons with a sound-illusion disc on, people see terrifying versions of Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, Foxy, and Fredbear.(note that I am going with the idea that Nightmare is Nightmare Fredbear with a malfunctioning illusion disc, like MatPat pointed out) William also put a camera and Walkie-Talkie in CC's favorite toy, Fredbear. too keep an eye on him. in the bedroom we can also see easter-eggs showing a vase of flowers, pills, and an IV. these might be caused by the illusion discs, forcing CC to see reference's to his mother on her deathbed. Nights 1-5 go along with the end of night minigames, leading up to CC's birthday party at his now-least-favorite place, Fredbear's Family Diner. It is on that day, though, that Michael and his friends will take things too far. They pick-up CC, carry him over to Fredbear, and stuff his head inside. They all have a good laugh at CC's expense, when Fredbear's jaw slams shut, hospitalizing CC in the Bite of '83. we also see in the night 6 end-of-night minigame CC pass on, while Michael apologizes and William tells CC"I will put you back together" before it is implies CC passes away. Michael's story continues in The Survival Logbook, where he draws an image of Nightmare Fredbear or Nightmare. how would he know these animatronics exist? Nights 6-8 are when you play as Michael, trapped in the same room CC was in as punishment handed out by William for killing his brother. The box, therefore, could refer to Michael's repressed memories of the incident which killed his brother.

Tying It All together
The story of Fnaf 4, I believe, is this: William has just taken a life. he drives back home in the dead of night, and checks on his youngest son, CC, for having his door closed. He goes around the back to find CC has broken out of his room, along with evidence of his Nightmare Animatronics on the prowl. William realizes CC ran off the Fredbear's Family Diner, where he had just killed a child. turns out, CC saw the girl in the ally, and The Puppet go outside with her. after following them, he finds a grizzly scene: The Puppet on-top of the freshly murdered corpse of the girl, Charlie. CC sees that the animatronics are actually bloodthirsty murderers who kill kids. he runs back home. the next day, his Fredbear Plush begins talking to him. William then places CC in his Observatory room, where he uses the Nightmare animatronics to punish his son for disobeying him. CC's older brother, Michael, also begins to torture him, using his new-found fear against him. It seems the whole world was against him. but tragedy would strike on his birthday at Fredbear's, where Michael and his friend's all pick-up CC, and shove him into Fredbear's mouth as a sick prank. it would be then that CC would be put into a coma in the event that would come to be known as "The Bite of '83". in the hospital, Michael would apologize for what he did, while William promises to put CC back together. CC then dies in the hospital. as punishment for killing his son, William would put Michael into the Observatory where CC once was, where he would be tortured by the Nightmare animatronics, events that would continue to haunt him for decades after that.
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2023.06.01 00:55 Educational_Ad7054 More fun facts about my au

Let's start off with Michael fun facts
  1. Michael only bulled Evan mostly because he blamed Evan for what happened to Elizabeth
  2. Michael and the other bully's stayed friends after the bite
  3. Michael had forgiven molten Freddy for scooping him.
  4. Michael found out he was gay sometime around 2010
  5. After fnaf sister location Michael moved to another house
Now some Evan fun facts
  1. Evan only sees the nightmare animatronics only when he goes to visit plushtrap
  2. Evan's best friend was charlie before charlie died.
  3. Evan saw William kill 10 children. once in 1985 and then in 1987
Now Elizabeth fun facts
  1. Elizabeth only scooped Michael because she thought he was William.
  2. Elizabeth only wanted to make William proud to see if he cared
  3. Elizabeth doesn't trust William anymore after she found out what he did
Now MCI and DCI children fun facts
  1. The fnaf 1 and fnaf 2 animatronics don't hate eachother
  2. Cassidy was comforting Cindy/pigtail girl after the bite of 87 also Cindy possess mangle
  3. Charlie was possessing the FredBear plush to watch Evan to make sure her best friend was okay
  4. Dave(toy Bonnie) hates anyone who would try to insult withered Bonnie
Some random fun facts
  1. Funtime Freddy would preform with bon bon or bonnet
2.mendo had made an Endoskeleton for Michael (this is the stupidest one) heart Bonnie can tell when someone has strong feeling for another person
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2023.05.31 23:17 BartSimpskiYT I keep trying to tell this dude he has a fake Sanshee fredbear plush but he told me to “Stop the cap” and keeps relisting it. 😭 (he’s never gonna sell it)

I keep trying to tell this dude he has a fake Sanshee fredbear plush but he told me to “Stop the cap” and keeps relisting it. 😭 (he’s never gonna sell it) submitted by BartSimpskiYT to fivenightsatfreddys [link] [comments]

2023.05.31 20:19 RebirthArts Nightmare Plush stalking the Player in SB (Doubt)

So, the wiki states through Security Breach you ca find a Nighmarionne Plush in many different spots like it is stalking you, seemingly as a ref to Fredbear plush from FNaF 4
However, I can't find anything about it, the only thing I found is the one you collect to unlock a specific ending, no vdeios nor screenshots of them stalking you.
So, can anyone here confirm to me if that's true or if someone just made it up? Screenshots or even a Video showing it (If it's real) would be appreciated too.
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2023.05.30 19:34 simplytext What if Fredbear Plush from FNAF 4 is actually the crying boy's guardian angel?

Fredbear Plush at the end of FNAF 4 promised the crying boy to "put him back together" which he makes according FNAF WORLD Clock ending, remembering the good ending in FNAF 3 "the best day" where all souls came to the soul in a mask of gold Freddy/Fredbear and ascended to the heavens
Well, here's a quote from Wikipedia about the task of guardian angels in Christianity:
"The task of a guardian angel is to promote the salvation of the person under his charge. In particular, guardian angels spiritually instruct Christians in faith and piety, protect their souls and bodies, intercede for them during their earthly life, pray to God for them, do not leave them, finally, after death and take the souls of those who have ended their earthly life into eternity.
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2023.05.29 21:07 TheCraziestTheorist I think I solved one gutting FNaF 4 issue. (I'm sorry, but I'm a MikeNone, so.. not really solved in many people's eyes.)

I think I solved one gutting FNaF 4 issue. (I'm sorry, but I'm a MikeNone, so.. not really solved in many people's eyes.)
I've made many strange theories in the past if you had seen my theory posts. They're all really complicated and I understand people who had disagreed on those.
But I'm going to be extremely serious about this one! I hope I can get major people to agree on what I'm about to discuss. I warn again, I believe in the MikeNone theory, so what I'll say is going to relate to that exact universe, so I might as well already accept not being taken too serious.
Okay, let's start with the topic.
The FNaF 4 Aftons' house corridor.
So, as you walk through this room, you can see a grandfather clock with Fredbear plush on top, as well as five pictures hanging on the wall.
Now, you'd all assume it's Mrs. Afton and William on the left, and on the right we have the three Afton children. Michael, CC and Elizabeth. But what if I told you that Elizabeth wasn't yet born during the time of FNaF 4?
I know, it sounds crazy, but MikeNone patches the hole of the question "who is in the third picture then?".
It's Michael (pale FoxyBro inside of the house), Evan (tanned FoxyBro inside the diner), and CC (Crying Child we play as in the minigames).
People have always argued over this specific room below.
Elizabeth Afton's room.
There was once a huge war over Elizabeth's existence during FNaF 4. If she was alive or dead.
At first, no presence of Elizabeth Afton inside of the minigames lead people to believe that Elizabeth is a deceased sister of some sorts. It seemed implied. Not only that, but in FNaF 5 it further proves people's point.
But there was another half of fans, and they believed that the empty room never implied that Elizabeth is gone. That she can be somewhere outside (some connecting her to Cindy (pigtails girl). Just because she's not in her room doesn't mean she's right away dead.
Both sides had a point.
Ones had the backup arguments that CC saw something happen that made him so scared of the animatronics. He saw her death and so he's scared.That the reason he's constantly crying is because his sister died recently and now he's grieving - quite literally crying all of the time.
The other part of the community had the arguments that Circus Baby's claw mechanism couldn't have existed so early in the timeline.And that it seems to be implied that Fredbear's Family Diner was the first ever restaurant before all the evolutions of Freddy's.
Both sides had a point once more.
But the war could not settle, and it hasn't settled till today as Scott has not confirmed anything till now, sadly.
But there is another explanation to why she's not present.
No one has ever thought of the fact that she could be not in her FNaF 4 bedroom since she wasn't given birth to yet? There was a room prepared for when she arrives. It all then makes sense.
Some people stupidly imagine that Elizabeth saw CC die on his birthday from the prank, but it makes no sense due the fact she doesn't fear wanting to go near Circus Baby and then her eventually going. She showed how desperate she was, she could not have seen her brother die from an animatronic if she's eager to disobey her father with no hesitation.
A pretty reasonable argument of why the bedroom is empty and the sister is not present anywhere is because she's not born yet and that also fixes the issue of CC being the middle or youngest cause he's technically both in that situation.
Her not being alive until late 1983 also fixes the theories of Elizabeth dying some time after FNaF 2, between 1988/89 and 1993 (since it'd take time for William to make those animatronics).
AND in the trilogy Elizabeth is mentioned to be the only child in the Afton Family (or that's what I heard), so if we were to exclude Michael and Evan (as they'd not be children but instead young adults by the time the Funtimes are in progress), and CC is dead, Elizabeth is the only kid of William.
Anyway, that's all I have to present. If you have any questions or debunks on some points, I'll try to reply and answer those curiosities / debates.
Thanks for reading, whoever even did.
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2023.05.29 18:34 EpicMazement Why the FNAF 3 Happiest Day minigames, FNAF World, and the Logbook are most likely telling the exact same story

This is all the evidence for why Why the FNAF 3 Happiest Day minigames, FNAF World, and the Logbook all represent Charlotte having Cassidy help Garrett remember within FredbeaGolden Freddy.

  1. Fredbear Plush/Charlotte tells Adventure Freddy to leave bread crumbs for him. In the Logbook, Cassidy asks Garrett several things regarding his past, like she is leaving bread crumbs for him.
  2. Cassidy in the OMC minigame looks exactly like Adventure Freddy when he is in the OMC forest, implying Cassidy and Adventure Freddy are connected.
  3. They most likley don't literally talk in the Logbook, since their is no room in the timeline and the would have no reason to. And due to the basic rules of Agony, a lot of Garrett's essence would naturally possess Fredbear.
  4. Each of the FNAF 3 Minigames we play for Happiest Day connect to Garrett's past in the FNAF 4 minigames. Toy Chica = the Chica toy missing it;s beak, which Scott implied meant something. Mangle = the broken Funtime Foxy toy. Balloon Boy = the kid with the balloon. Fredbear = ... well, Fredbear. Shadow Bonnie = the shadow of Springbonnie. The fact that we play these same minigames in FNAF World supports this.
  5. If FNAF World represents Cassidy helping Garrett remember while in Fredbear, then finding Old Man Consequences deep within the code of the game might be meant to represent Andrew being deep within Fredbear. OMC is always tied to Cassidy in some way, is in the color associated with anger, is seen as a UCN entity, and is named after consequences, and looks like a Gator. Andrew is shown to possess Fredbear, he mirrors Cassidy in many ways, is known for his anger, is behind Ultimate Custom Night, and for wanting Afton to suffer consequences, and wears a Gator mask.
  6. Many people say the FNAF World map looks like a brain, which makes sense if FNAF World represents helping Garrett with his memory loss.
  7. The Logbbook shows Marionette showing a cake to a Cassidy representation on a page talking about Happiest Day. While many say this implies that Cassidy is Happiest Day kid, the fact that the FNAF 3 HD minigames connect to Garrett ,the HD memory is clearly the Fredbear's where Garrett died, and the fact that Cassidy is still around even when Afton is most likely gone implies Garrett is HD kid. The picture of Cassidy, Marionette and the cake might have been meant to show they both play a role in setting up HD.
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2023.05.28 20:51 Current_Relief9989 we are still friends don't you believe that? I'm still here, you're broken. I will put you back together.

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2023.05.28 18:35 ogva_ My house is a pizzeria (P&P)

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2023.05.28 00:02 GemOfWonder The Crying Child From FNAF4 Possesses Balloon Boy

The Crying Child From FNAF4 Possesses Balloon Boy
OK, so I guess the one thing that I should probably make clear to begin with is that this is NOT a joke.
Just hear me out! That’s all I ask!
I know that a lot of things about this don’t seem to make sense at first, and I can explain everything. In this post, I will go over what the commonality between BB and the Crying Child is, how BB existed in 1983, how the crying child possessed BB to begin with, and what the purpose of the Crying Child possessing BB is.
Let’s start with this explanation:
BB has been misunderstood. Beyond superficial appearances, there is someone who is closer to the crying child than people give any credit for.
I think this is as good a start as any.
I think the first misunderstanding is BB’s emotional state. Like, I know a lot of people in the community make art or headcanons or jokes or stuff: that’s one thing, but, in debating the lore, as in discussing the actual canon, I have, I kid you not, seen other theorists write BB off based off of the expression carved into his face. Crying Child or not, the kid in BB in any case cannot be any happier than the others over this situation!
Some people don’t like that he laughs at us during gameplay, but can we really take his laugh at face value? He laughs when nobody is there. He says “Hi” and “Hello” when nobody is around. If BB is trying to scream or cry, then what’s stopping THAT from just coming out as a laugh, too? Can we really just say BB is as carefree as he looks? No, we cannot.
There’s more to BB in FNAF2 than meets the eye. And, rest assured, I WILL dig into that later this post.
But before that, you might be wondering,
But before that, most of you probably have some other pressing questions that we ought to get out of the way first. “Did BB actually exist in 1983?” “How would the crying child possess BB, and why?” “What evidence is there that singles out BB as a better candidate for who the crying child possesses So let’s get on with that.
I have embedded a lot of links in this post, generally to provide an expanded explanation of whatever point I’m making at the time. So if you have a question for me, check and see if I have a link embedded in the relevant portion of this theory, and give the linked post a read! Thank you!

Did BB exist in 1983? Isn’t he a toy?

Well, let’s start this by explaining in two words:

Nightmare BB!

Nightmare BB is the only one of the Halloween animatronics to be canon, as singled out by Scott here:
This theory is going off the idea that the Crying Child was the one that had the Nightmares and thus had to have seen Nightmare Balloon Boy.
There’s a strong amount of evidence too: I’m fairly certain the main reason for believing that anyone besides the crying child had the Nightmares was the logbook, but I’ve found inconsistencies in it.
The Steam Page clearly says that we are playing as the crying child during the night segments,
Fredbear plush and the other plushies saying “We are still your friends” makes a lot more sense if the crying child had just finished being tormented by Nightmarish versions of them,
The minigames with the child parallel the gameplay directly: Fredbear attacks the night before the child is bitten, and Foxy begins attacking the night after we first see FoxyBro’s jumpscare.
Finally, while Golden Freddy is not the crying child, the only way the Nightmares would have gotten into UCN is if the crying child told TOYSNHK about them and showed him what they look like.
Furthermore, Nightmare Fredbear’s UCN dialogue directly references the crying child. (Such as “We know who are friends are, and you are not one of them!” and “Let me put you back together…so I can tear you apart again”. Nightmare Fredbear. The head of the Nightmares. Only references the crying child in his dialogue.
So in conclusion, the evidence that the crying child had the nightmares is quite strong, and the only thing that contradicts has inconsistencies of its own. There’s a good case to be made here.
And that means that, since Nightmare BB is canon, the crying child saw Nightmare BB at one point and thus Balloon Boy has to exist.
But, if you still don’t believe me, there’s more proof that Balloon Boy existed in 1983:

The Staffbot Table

The owner of the StaffBot table is none other than Charlie, based on the fact that the door to it is clearly named “Charlie Door” in the files.
I think that from this, we can logically say that Charlie created the Staffbot table, selecting five staffbots to surround a poster of Fredbear’s.
Incidentally, these bots can all be linked to Fredbear's somehow:
The magician bot, with his nice hat and tie, relates to Fredbear.
The headless bot is the crying child himself, who was bitten by Fredbear.
The Circus Baby bot relates back to Circus Baby’s doppelganger, found outside of Fredbear’s.
And lastly, the nanny, the head of the table, would probably represent Charlie herself, the unofficial leader and protector of the missing children.
And finally, the server bot: a dead ringer for BB. All part of a circle surrounding a Fredbear’s poster. I, therefore, believe that this is a sign Balloon Boy was at Fredbear’s as well, nicely corroborating Nightmare BB’s canonicity.

Curse of Dreadbear

Also, while Curse of Dreadbear certainly has animatronics appearing outside of 1983, I would specifically like to bring your attention to the plushkins and their masks, which are of:Freddy, Chica, Foxy, and…Balloon Boy?You would expect this quartet to have Bonnie, to make a whole member of the OG four. If BB was made in 1987, this makes the masks all the more out of place. It’s a subtle sign that, like the Withereds, BB predates the toy’s existence.

What about SaveThem?

What about SAVETHEM? Why would BB’s possession backstory take place in a minigame he never appears in?
There are other possibilities for the remaining child, Shadow Bonnie (who I do think is a spirit) or Endo-02, etc…because there’s just too much pointing to BBVictim for me.

Process of Elimination

But this is just the first step: You’ve seen how BB is an option, but I still need to show you that BB is the option.
So now that we’ve established BB exists in 1983, we can add him to the list of animatronics we know existed in 1983. This list goes like this:Fredbear
Spring Bonnie
The Puppet
Golden Freddy
And then we can do this:Fredbear
Spring Bonnie (William Afton)
The Puppet (Charlie Emily)
BBFreddy (MCI Kid)
Bonnie(MCI Kid)
Chica (MCI Kid)
Foxy(MCI Kid)
Golden Freddy(MCI Kid)
Looking at the two final choices, while it may be tempting to choose Fredbear, I ask: what would be the point? Where has Fredbear figured into the actual lore at any point after crushing the crying child’s head? Aside from UCN, we have never seen Fredbear ever again after this. If the crying child possessed Fredbear, that would be it for the protagonist of FNAF4.
But one of the hints Scott gave was “Four Games, One Story”. So looking at the context of the franchise as a whole, especially in the context of the first four games, Fredbear doesn’t show up at all. Golden Freddy does, but he’s not Fredbear, and he’s already possessed. And even if you are of the “Golden Freddy is Fredbear” camp, well, Golden Freddy is already possessed.
But if the crying child, whom FNAF4 centers on, plays a role in this one story of four games, then why would he be Fredbear? Fredbear only debuts in FNAF4, if the crying child possessed him then that would mean that while everything else is happening, he’s either been long-scrapped or is just rotting alone in an abandoned diner…yeah, I don’t think he’s Fredbear.
Also, the crying child FEARS Fredbear! He had to be dragged to Fredbear kicking and screaming. In what world would his ghost willingly be attached to Fredbear after death?But then we have BB. The crying child did have nightmares about BB too, (which is a key way to verify how to prove BB is in 1983) but there are some signs that the crying child’s fear of BB is much less severe:
  1. Nightmare BB’s jumpscare isn’t deadly.
  2. Nightmare BB can provide help to the player.
And the role BB plays in the franchise is actually pretty big, especially within the first four games: He helps with Happiest Day in FNAF3. His voice is a game mechanic, also in FNAF3. He is canon as a Nightmare in FNAF4. All these things and more I will touch on. BBVictim is more than possible: it works.

How did the Crying Child Possess BB?

Now, let’s answer some critical questions about how The Crying Child would possess BB and why.
There are some theories about HOW possession works, involving “remnant”, and about pain following flesh, but remember, the only book series Scott ever said we could use to solve the games was Fazbear’s Frights. For that reason, I will leave the books out of this reasoning. Does remnant exist in the games? Yes. Does it play any kind of role in any FNAF4?
Not really, as Remnant wasn’t mentioned at all in any of the games until FFPS.
Also, I may repeat this a lot, but remember, whatever is in FNAF1 - 4 we should be able to reason out without outside help. I’m gonna use evidence in later games, of course, but if the evidence is only found in books / later games, then we should be careful. Since this post is focused on solving FNAF4 and not after.
We know very little about how possession works in reality. Let me show you what we DO know for certain: and how it makes it entirely possible for CC to possess BB.
Focusing on 1 - 4,
We learn:A) The puppet can tether souls to others
  1. The puppet appears to be more powerful than the others regarding this ability (Give Gifts, Give Life is the only known example of someone tethering someone else’s soul to an object.
B) No contact possession is possible.
SO YES the crying child can die in the hospital and reach a Fazbear Establishment from there.
Quick Add: From what we see in FFPS, the sixth FNAF game, while remnant is clearly connected to possession, it doesn’t really add any rules: we don’t know where it comes from, how you get it, or anything - just that it attached Mike’s soul to his rotting body and that heat weakens its power, nothing that contradicts the simple rules above.
So to recap: No contact possession is possible, Puppet can help other kids possess stuff…
This works for BBVictim.

What is Charlie’s Role in All This?

The puppet is an especially strong player in the process of CC possessing an animatronic, even though, yes, The Fredbear Plush is the one who says they will put the crying child together.
But, here’s the thing: Charlie is the Fredbear Plush! I definitely shouldn’t lose my fellow Charlieplushers on this subreddit :D
But for the uninitiated, you are either welcome to look at this Charlieplush master post here, while I will lay down the basics here.
Charlie has always been shown to be an especially capable spirit. She is the only ghost shown to help other children possess animatronics. Phone Guy calls her out as “always thinking”, and “can go anywhere”.
In general, I’m trying to say that Charlie may have additional or stronger abilities than the other spirits, like temporarily possessing a Fredbear plushie to watch over a kid who clearly needs her help.
Plus she can leave her body, which would help her temporarily possess the plush.
Willplush falls flat given the plush speaks when Will is nowhere near the private room, helps out William’s victims by planning Happiest Day in FNAF World, and has strange periods of time when its eyes are unlit and unlit (almost as if whatever is controlling has periods of “entering” and “leaving” it…like, say, the ghost Charlie possessing it?)
With that in mind, with the “core four” games in mind, Charlie, and ONLY Charlie works as the Fredbear Plush.

The Crying Child/BB in FNAF World

But there’s another connection I need to go through: FNAF World. The crying child possessing BB also covers CC’s role enigmatic role in FNAF World.
We all know about the opening where two disembodied glowing eyes tell someone “I will put you back together” and later, “We are still your friends.”Clearly, the plush is speaking to the crying child.
However, there is more we can learn about this scene.
So, you know how FNAF2 ambiance (CMPTR_LOW_TECH_STAT) plays in the opening of FNAF World, as well as the clock ending?This subtle detail explains a lot about FNAF World…to me, it says that the opening and clock ending take place in 1987, in the FNAF2 building.
This makes perfect sense if the crying child is Balloon Boy, and the Fredbear plush is Charlie.
But what does Charlie mean by “I will you back together?” the same thing she meant back in 1983 - stabilize his spirit now that his body is broken. Find a place for it to inhabit. Since FNAF World’s secret route, in addition to being linked to the crying child is also linked to the happiest day, could it be linked to the arcade games?
Also of note is the fact that the clock ending follows a series of minigames with a distinct connection to the happiest day.
We know the crying child had a big role in Happiest Day as well from FNAF World.
So, how does BB play into the happiest day?

Happiest Day

BB…actually has a big role in Happiest Day. He helps out with a lot of tasks, he ties in with Mangle at four tasks, helping RWQ reach Jeremy to give him a cake, helping Mangle and Toy Chica reach their objectives with balloons, and giving cake to Gabriel.
But there's still one odd thing about BB that is only shared with The Puppet: you can go to his minigame at any time, whenever you like. And you have to go there twice.
I am of the firm belief that in these minigames, it really is BB’s spirit represented as the player of BB’s air adventure, likewise for Mangle, Golden Freddy, The Puppet, and Shadow Bonnie.
If it turns out the trail of breadcrumbs was for BB/The Crying Child, who has an involvement in practically every minigame, then that fulfills BV’s happiest day role as alluded to in FNAF World!

What BB actually does in FNAF2

So now that I’ve told you about BB and what he’s done and who he is, we have to return to FNAF2.
I’ve been thinking carefully about it a lot, and I’ve come to some conclusions that, as I said before, BB has been misunderstood.
The below picture, with BB’s carved-on smile cropped out, and a full battery meter, both show that BB’s happiness is superficial and he does not modify the battery power. (Yet another thing that started off as a joke that I’ve seen some theorists casually pick up)
Those audio recordings, likewise, as I said before, are just audio recordings-and he only has three of them. He uses them for other things than just to laugh. He could be scared he’s in the same office as the killer. He could be scared of a lot of things, with the Crying Child’s ghost.
BB’s manipulation of the lights in the office is what is called a passive skill. It’s something that Bonnie and Chica also do. It’s just something that happens when animatronics are near certain devices. Being so close to all those generators probably futzed with the electricity. It’s called Micro EMP obstruction.
OK, but you must be wondering where I’m going with this, so I’ll cut to the point.
If we’ve established that BB isn’t directly interfering with our equipment and he’s not actually happy about all of this, to what extent is he intentionally causing us harm?Keep in mind, he could attack us directly via jumpscare but does not.
Now I can practically hear you all protesting that BB is too small to attack the guard like that, but is that actually a thing? A threshold where it’s simply impossible for an animatronic to attack a guard?
  • Puppet is some fabric, and a ceramic mask - and attacks the player.
  • Golden Freddy - noncorporeal, also attacks the player! Shadow Bonnie: also incorporeal and crashes your game!
  • Or what about bidybabs and the minireenas? Mini-music man? Need I say anymore?
Size/durability doesn’t factor in - if a robot wants you to die, you will die.
And there are other things that suggest the crying child/BB isn’t putting in his all here: for one, look at the Freddy Head:
Most animatronics either are or aren’t fooled by the Freddy Head. There’s no in-between. Foxy and The Puppet are not fooled. Everyone else is…except for BB. His reaction to the Freddy Head differs depending on where he is. If you show it to him in the vent, he’ll run. If you show it to him while he’s in the office, he’ll freeze and start vocalizing his laugh ad nauseum while your lights stop working.
While Mangle also will not leave the office once he/she successfully gets inside,
you can clearly see his/her head is tipped at a 90-degree angle to not trip the facial recognition system.
Also, Mangle actually has an endgame to staying in the office - attacking Jeremy / Fritz,
and BB doesn’t, which, as we’ve established above, actually wouldn’t be because he’s just too small.
And furthermore, if you do get him with the mask? Here’s what he does: he will, always, without fail, run all the way back to his starting position! Why?! That’s so inefficient! He slowly works his way up to the office and then completely resets his progress! Most animatronics, with the exception of Toy Freddy, Foxy, and Freddy, do not go back to their starting positions, and even they don’t have to walk as far as BB. Observe, BB’s walk pattern:
This is what happens if you repel him with the mask.
So just to make sure I haven’t lost anybody here,
  1. BB treks all the way across the restaurant to your office. If you show him the mask in the vent, he will run back to his spot on Cam 10, when he could lurk by a closer place.
  2. If a small robot has enough murderous intent then it can and will kill you, which begs the question of why BB does not.
  3. There’s no real reason why the head doesn’t work on BB.
  4. As this theory suggests, the crying child’s spirit possesses BB.
Now look here: we know the crying child has a bad habit of freezing in place when he’s scared and overwhelmed.
This is the second minigame where we find the crying child overwhelmed in Fredbear’s. In this minigame, he is able to stand up after a moment of coaxing.
The first one, however, the crying child locking up due to overwhelming distress is pretty much the main point of the game.

What if, what is actually happening when the crying child /BB goes into the office is that he gets scared and starts freaking out, but it comes out as laughter?
I’ll lay out the scenario: The Crying Child / BB, having been killed by accident and apologized to by his brother, has no real motives for revenge on any of that stuff. But he is still afraid of the dark just like he was alive, so he gets sick of staying still alone in the dark and tries to go find somewhere to go.
When he reaches the office, if the guard puts on the mask while he’s in the vent, he’ll be afraid and run back to his starting position because he’s scared of the mask.
But what about when he stays in the office and laughs?”
Well, for some reason, something different happens. He locks up, the way he did in some of the FNAF4 minigame segments. He locks up and can’t move and starts crying.
“It sounds like he’s laughing.”
Ah, but remember what I said? His laugh could just as well be a sign of fear. Only three prerecorded noises - that’s all he has. That is all the crying child has.
So basically his Micro EMP interference causes problems with the light, but if you don’t scare him back to his place with the mask then he’ll freeze up in place and panic in the form of laughter!

Other Hints

And the cherry on top is that there is STILL more to suggest that the crying child possesses Balloon Boy.
Fruit Punch Clown
Fruit Punch Clown is a small, seemingly innocuous minigame from Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza Simulator. However, within the context of BBVictim, it gains a brand new meaning: you see, the objective of the minigame is to “Surprise” as many children as possible. These children are represented by models of Balloon Boy, instead of Helpy.
And how does Fruit Punch Clown accomplish the act of “surprising” the children? He stands behind them and startles them. The game ends with the frame of every kid looking pretty frightened while Fruit Punch Clown just grins.
Does this look familiar, or what?
Oh, but it gets better: Fruit Punch Clown as a rare line of dialogue:
"Tell anyone about this and I cut your throat."
Some have speculated that this refers to William Afton, but the question is, if William really caught someone watching him commit a crime, would he be content to threaten the witness, or simply go straight to cutting their throat? To me, this sounds more like something a mean older brother would say.
Finally, there’s a hint at BBVictim in Security Breach: BB World.
BB World keeps BB relevant, and also there are hints that we haven’t discovered all the dialogue in the minigame - which in turn hints that there is another spirit in the arcade besides whatever is making that sinister "Good Night" text.
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2023.05.27 22:17 ogva_ My house is a pizzeria (P&P6)

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2023.05.27 08:07 TheEnzorenwois A Post Regarding the Bite of 83

- The first point is regarding the Nightmares' existence in Five Nights at Freddy's. Sister Location covers over FNAF 4 that the Nightmares were indeed real and in fact made by illusion disks (hence the reason why FNAF 4 Bedroom is important as part of the power system in SL Night 2). However, both Help Wanted and Security Breach concreted this fact by Fazbear Entertainment showing not only Nightmarionne/Nightmare and Nightmare Fredbear within Help Wanted along with Plushtrap and Nightmare BB, but also created a Nightmarionne Plush that we can find within Security Breach, along with Nightmare characters as carboard cutouts. Security Breach even has the FNAF 4 toys in display cases. Due note to Nightmarionne Plush, this is the only non-golden plush within a Golden Giftbox.

- The second point is about the FNAF minigames' use of point of view itself, given there is only one that Scott uses to view the minigames. They are portrayed in Third Person Limited, which by definition the perspective limits the viewer to only one character that of being the Main Character and only his or her thoughts or senses, just like First Person, if not exact other than how the story was viewed. However, under no circumstance should the perspective(s) change at any given point within the games, or else the details change in portrayal and the story falls apart.

When CC gets bitten by Fredbear for the first time, CC gets immediately rushed to the hospital like any other ER patient for a critical injury. However, given that CC is unconscious after his injury, CC cannot hear or see anything, nor has the brain power to do so because he is unconscious, if not under anesthesia because he was in pain.

Here's where the flatline comes in; CC cannot hear the flatline nor we are an exception to hear it, because that will change the perspective of the games as a whole, thus break the story and lose the attention from the viewer. This is crucial.

Now, how does the flatline play in FNAF 4? The Flatline sound is just a sound to play, but it is up to the viewer to decide whether it's for a heart monitor or something else. However, because CC is under anesthesia, that point voids the heart monitor as even a possible choice in the matter.

Any patient coming from any surgery will get a noise each time their brain wakes up, and what type of internal noise from the brain will they get? A flat-line type white noise.

- The third and final point is from a specific lawsuit in Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator. On this lawsuit it has both the Plaintiff and the Defendant on the lawsuit, and to be clear all victims and witnesses must be present to file this lawsuit, and that includes CC and his parent, and not to mention these cases takes months to years to settle. (The longest in US history is dated in the 19th Century with Myra Clark Gaines with her case taking place in New Orleans.)

Now, like any lawsuit case file, this has a Civil Number Code assigned, and the first two digits of a Civil Number Code is the year it was filed. This Civil Number Code's first two digits is 83, signifying 1983 as the date it was filed. With this lawsuit's existence, record show that after over 50 years, the lawsuit is finally been dealt with by Michael Afton, given the money he was making through salvaging the animatronics under the requirements for the Conclusion, or Paragraph 4 in order to make these settlements.

The other importance of this lawsuit is where would the lawsuit be handled, which is the Judicial Districts, specifically the Fifth Judicial District. No Judicial District handles cases that involved casualties, only Circuit Court or higher are required to handle those instead. (On this point, if I am wrong please alert me right away and tell me why. There is also one more point I have but I want to give out the information that is in the games first.)
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2023.05.26 13:58 kenny_mccormick2021 [TOMT] [YOUTUBE] [2016-18]

YouTube video in the same vein as fnaf plush but it was undertale, was more of a feminine va for all the characters instead of the usual teenage male plushtubers, youtuber was NOT SuperFredbear, video plot: It was about Chara, Asriel and Frisk doing a snow day ritual? Basically flushing an ice cube, putting a spoon by the door, putting a penny under their pillows and wearing their pjs inside out, from what I remember there was two main rooms the video was recorded in until the outside area at the end with the snow. Plushies looked like a mix of homemade and professionally made. Asriel talking about being the dark lord happened at some point in the video.
Help appreciated
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2023.05.26 00:30 SpringPopo Recent Five Nights at Freddy's News megathread.

Hey all, Dark Springtrap fan here. Due to the amount of news we've been getting as of the past week or so, we've decided to bring back the news megathread.
Steel Wool:
The Movie:
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2023.05.25 00:23 Haunting_Tale_5150 Potential Crackhead theory: The alternative interpertation for the girls room in fnaf 4

Image for reference purposes
I just wrote an entire theory that uses the girl's room as evidence, but now I am thinking. I am still happy with the theory I wrote, however I went to bed (all nighter fnaf theorizing is real, and I am one of the victims) thinking about what I wrote and what comments I got, and realized something.
See, the game never says that the room belonged to a sister. Sure, there's a toy on the floor, but kids tend to leave their toys everywhere they want.
What if, the original, and potential current purpose of the room is that it was the Mother's room.
Let's put this in the perspective of what the story might have been when FNAF 4 was released, possibilities on what it was changed to, and why Scott would have changed it.
The basic theory is that when FNAF 4 released, the family pictured in it was a random family, unreleated to the Purple Guy. For the sake of my theory, I will refer them as the "Schmidts", after Mike Schmidt. The mother of the Schmidts was a single mother. There's a chance that she could have been married, and her husband was off at work, but I think it makes the most sense she's a single mom, since the room is extremely feminine. Either that or her husband is just as a big fan of pink and flowers as his wife. Anyways, as a single mother, she needs to work to take care of her family. Perhaps she is under hard times and that's why she's gone for the entirety of the game and there's no babysitter character. So she entrusts her oldest son, Mike, to take care of her youngest child, who I will refer as Evan for simplicity.
Since she can't be there for her children, she can't see how Mike is taking care of Evan, or rather not taking care of him, since Evan is bullied by Mike every day she's gone. Leading up to Evan's death.
This fills many holes with the room belonging to the sister. It explains why no other characters mention her, cause she's just the mom and they probably understand she needs work. The park kids probably don't care that much that she's gone either, only focusing on their excitement of the birthday party she probably planned for Evan. The toy on the floor she probably leaves there for her kids to play with, or she's gone for so long during the day that she doesn't care to pick it up since she won't interact with the toy that much anyways.
Why Scott would want to rewrite it
Everything Scott says about the game seems to hinge on him thinking fans might be disappointed by what he would say. With other theories on the room, I am not sure people would be disappointed, since it all ends up being a major character.
However, if the character occupying the room was never meant to be important, like an absent mother of a random family, suddenly it's super disappointing. Now there's nothing people can really theorize about the room, since it belonged to an overworking mother who probably had nothing to do with Fazbear entertainment.
So how do you rewrite the room to make it more satisfying
Option A: Scott rewrote the room to be the sister's
By creating Sister Location, and having hints to tie Purple Guy to the fnaf 4 family, Scott would change the room from being the single mother's room, to the dead sister's. This fits the "one retcon" hint. Since no one, or not a lot of people, thought the room was the mother's, but rather a dead sister's, they would just assume they were right and move on with their day.
Option B
The room is still the mother's but it's now made more important by rewriting the character to be the Purple Guy's divorced wife. It's interesting how the games, starting since at least Sister Location, all have been telling a divorced wife story for Afton. I think it might be actually the explanation for the room. I will call her Laura Afton for simplicity.
The kids get visitation leave after the divorce - go to the Laura's house - she's gone off to work and can't take care of the kids - Evan dies - she loses the custody for good and kills herself.
Now she's no longer a random mom, but the wife of an important character, potentially making the story more satisfying for fans.
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2023.05.24 08:02 Haunting_Tale_5150 Why I think Fredbear plush was originally meant to be the Puppet and that the Puppet was originally meant to be Crying Child's sister

First before going into this theory, let me provide a glossary to make things go faster for me:
CC - Crying Child
Charlie - the puppet's soul, even though she may have not had a name at this point, it's way simpler to just refer her as this
Afton - William
Plushbear - Fredbear Plush
In fnaf 4, Plushbear is everywhere, he's in the house, appears a flower, and even appears in CC's final moments. What is his deal and why does he appear like this everywhere?
Well I think the answer was the Plush's original identity was meant to be that of the Puppet. Not only that, but the Puppet was also originally meant to be CC's sister.
Evidence of the death of CC's sister in the game, and the plush's possession
See the empty girl's room is a big question mark for many. Why is it here? What was it meant to tell? While some have proposed the girl could simply just be away, I don't think this was the intent. The girl is gone, there's no passing mention of her from any of the characters, not CC, not Mike, not the park kids, not even Plushbear himself. If the girl was simply off somewhere else, I think there would have been a piece of dialogue somewhere like "Oh its too bad your sister Blorbo can't make it to your party", but there isn't.
I think that the sister that once occupied this room died.
How long has she been dead? Perhaps pretty recently, this is why Mike lashes out at CC. It's an emotional response to his sister being missing or dead. This also explains the lack of mention of her, mentioning her brings up too many memories and negative emotions. No one in this family has gotten over her death yet. Perhaps the kids in the park aren't even aware she has died, or if they are, are aware its a touchy subject for CC and keeps quiet about it, or perhaps her death isn't even recent and they aren't aware that the family is still grieving.
For some reason, CC is the first and perhaps only member of the family that Plushbear can interact with. No one else in the game seems to acknowledge it, or interact with it. On night 4, when CC gets locked up in a room, its voice is "heard" after a delay in time, but the plush itself can't be seen.
I believe this is the greatest proof the plush was originally meant as a spirit and not an actual, physical object. Alternatively, Plushbear is a physical object that stays put in one space, but has paranormal properties that can cause CC to see it and hear the voice of the spirit inside of it, even when CC isn't carrying it around.
But how? Well this I think is the first piece of evidence the plush is possessed by the puppet. The puppet has some pretty odd properties, in fnaf 3 it can be seen reappearing and disappearing in hallways where its not supposed to be in. Puppet can seemingly float around everywhere despite the other animatronics unable to do so. Puppet can help spirits possess other animatronics.
But ok, I can see doubts on it, since Golden Freddy also is ghostly and has teleportation abilities. This leads into my next point.
The first blow
In fnaf 2, it's believed by fans that Puppet was the first victim killed by Afton. But how do you confirm that later on?
How about creating a game about her origin story and why she wanted to help others.
But how do you go about telling her story when no other children have died yet? How do you showcase her being special before the other murders?
First, make it clear no one else has died yet by having a child spreading rumors, then laughing them off.
Then, have a child she has a deep connection to, show she was caring and kind even before the events of the other games.
Show the other child being deeply afraid of the animatronics, to show how her murder affected children too.
Why CC is afraid of the animatronics
If his sister is Charlie, then she would have a sneaking suspicion that Afton might be planning to do something with the animatronic costumes to kill more after her death.
Whats the evidence of this? Well, there's one odd easter egg that has always began questions, its that of Afton masking a fellow employee. If seeing a random employee get masked was the start of CC's fears, he'd be crying on the floor like what happens during the other cutscenes. But he's not.
This is evidence that Afton managed to get a job or stay at the job as a security guard and costumed employee after killing his first victim. Since Afton was able to flee the scene before anyone could find Charlie's body, no one could arrest him or convict him for the crime.
But Charlie recognizes and remembers that an adult that possibly worked at the pizzeria, who is now a costumed performer, killed her. But she couldn't convey that well to her brother, who possibly saw the aftermath of her death and assumed from her warnings that an animatronic did this to her.
CC now attributes her death and her killer to ALL the animatronics at the pizzeria, regardless of whether they are stationary or not. This, combined with CC's older brother, Mike, not seeing/hearing Plushbear causes Mike to believe that his brother is just being a baby and continues to taunt his brother's fears.
Nightmarionne is not canon, but why? Well its probably because CC would have no reason to be afraid of the Puppet. Not only does he not visit Freddy's nearly as often as Fredbear's, but if he knew that the Puppet is possessed by his sister, than he would know to not be afraid of it. Perhaps this is the biggest flaw of all in Charlie's plans, if CC lived nearby Freddy's and shown a lack of fear to the puppet animatronic, Mike may have teased his brother less, or not at all.
In the case of Mike having the nightmares, it would even make sense there, as Puppet is a more passive foe compared to the others, only popping up if you fail to wind the music box.
Nightmarionne's teaser brightened has the animatronic nearby the Freddy plush, which turns yellow-ish brightened. The Puppet is ironically puppeteering the Fredbear Plush.
I will put you back together
I think this phrase is a sign that Plushbear was originally meant to be Puppet. Since the puppet is seen putting masks on the souls to help them become the animatronics. In a way, she put them "back together" by doing this. Giving the souls something to latch onto to be able to move and get revenge so they could move on in the afterlife. If she was able to "give life" to these kids to help them move on, then its highly possible that she may have planned something similar for CC to help him move on.
Fnaf World's beginning and ending
In the beginning of Fnaf 4, you see Fredbear's yellow eyes as he talks to the CC, these same eyes return in the beginning of FNAF World as he instructs the player to help put out the breadcrumbs for CC. The breadcrumbs being the clock ending, with each minigame in the ending representing one of the FNAF 3 games that unlock the happiest day.
These are CC's memories, lost after the bite and CC's death. Putting CC together means to put his memories together. This is ultimately important to create the happiest day.
Happiest Day and CC's potential original identity as Golden Freddy
Happiest day mirrors the setup to the bite of 83. Golden Freddy kid in this scenario would be CC, after his memories are put back together. The party is the party he was supposed to have. Puppet is the orchestrator of the party, an apology gift for not being able to prevent CC's death as well as the deaths of the other children.
Even other odd things such as Golden Freddy's body suddenly appearing in the Give Life minigame and the odd cutscenes of the two staring at Freddy could be explained by the two being siblings. For the former, its because she made a promise for his soul, even though his body is no longer physically at the restaurant. For the latter, its to establish a connection between the Puppet and Golden Freddy.
Fnaf 4 was Golden Freddy's story, but it was just as much Puppet's story.
What is in the box?
I think its interesting how it even is a box, because there's another iconic box in the franchise, before and after this point. The puppet's box.
A lot of people point the box to something owned by CC or symbolic (such as happiest day, fnaf 6). However, I don't think I've seen anyone connect it to the Puppet.
What if the FNAF 4 box was owned by Charlie before her death and inside it is something symbolic or more upfront that ties it to her. Such as a picture of her family, with her in the forefront. Perhaps even what's inside the box is what allows her to have such a spiritual connection to the CC.
It enforces FNAF 4's theoretical theme of "twos". Two bites. Two restaurants. Two siblings. Two boxes.
Puppet would be in the box. The same place she's always in.
The Desk Man Ending
At the time no one got the meaning of the cutscene, however with some future perspective I think it makes sense.
Isn't it strange how Baby is represented by glowing yellow eyes? Not green or blue, but yellow?
The message is also strange. Particularly these sections:
"I don't know what to do, I don't want to disappoint people. But my mind isn't right. I've made something terrible. Her name is Baby."
I think this cutscene is a symbolic representation of the creation of sister location.
Desk Man is Scott, who doesn't want to disappoint people with the reveal of Puppet being CC's sister, CC being golden freddy and/or CC being the one to unlock happiest day.
Baby is the replacement for the sister character's role. Instead of being the pre-established Puppet, she is an entirely new character. The yellow eyes is a clue to who's role she is replacing.
The terrible thing Scott has done is replace his original story and intentions with something new. The context of the series was no longer about how a random family was torn apart by the purple guy, but now about the purple guy's family.
Sister Location further drill in Baby's role as the "new" sister to CC. Her eyes are in the sewer, like Plushbear's. Her design is similar to pigtail girl, who some believed to be CC's sister. The entirety of the Breaker Room tying William to the events of FNAF 4. At the time, people used this for evidence Mike Afton was meant to be CC all grown up. However now that time has passed, I believe that all of this was done to keep people happy, away from figuring out the original identity of Plushbear and getting disappointed.
Would they accept it?
Would have the fandom accepted this for the game? I am unsure for many reasons:
1) This completely changes puppet's character. Not only the gender, but the entire backstory.
2) The game puts a lot of emphasis on a new character that it would make it kinda disappointing if he was just the key to Happiest Day and not Golden Freddy or Puppet. Alternatively people would be disappointed if he was the key to Happiest Day and was Golden Freddy and Puppet's brother. Suddenly a random kid ends up being one of the most important characters could have been felt as a bit "mary sue"ish.
3) If the night sections were always meant to be Mike Schmidt's nightmares, then there's still some confusion between the connection of them and the day sections, unless they were also planned to be answered alongside the hypothetical sibling reveal.
4) Leaves out a backstory for purple guy, which a lot of people wanted at the time.
Common Rebuttals:
1) CC is scared of Fredbear's and Charlie died in Freddy's
Even though Charlie did die in a separate location, that doesn't mean that CC wouldn't be aware of what happened to her. He could have easily saw the aftermath of her death or heard about it from her spirit.
2) Puppet is referred as a him in fnaf 2!
Even though Puppet is referred in male pronouns in fnaf 2, future games and books have the character as a female. It's extremely possible that Scott considered changing the gender of the character early on.
3) The ONE true retcon, changing genders and the identity of the sister would be two retcons
The hint with the one true retcon is inherently flawed, this post goes more in detail in a better way than I ever could. This post also defines my way of thinking well.
4) If this is Puppet, why didn't she pick a Puppet toy to possess?
There were toys of the main 5, toys of the toys, even a Springbonnie toy. But there has never been shown at this point of the franchise there was ever a toy of the puppet. Perhaps this was an intentional choice to make the game trickier to crack or the character more mysterious.
Questions I have for myself I haven't come with answers with:
1) How does the nightmares play in? Are they the security guard's? Are they the little brother's? Are they both of their nightmares? Is Mike being haunted by his brother and that's why he's having them?
2) What's the deal with Fun with Plushtrap? Why is Nightmare BB canon?
3) Did any other murders happen at this point of the story during the original plan? Are ALL of CC's plush friends haunted'/symbolic representations of the dead kids? If no, who is giving out the "we are still your friends" messages during the ending?
4) Is there evidence for CC being Golden Freddy in the fnaf games besides the Happiest Day minigame during this point of the series? If so, what?
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2023.05.24 02:08 Logan_Entertainment The True Intentions of William Afton?

After watching Matpats reaction to the Fnaf Security Breach DLC, he mentioned that his timeline about how William was bought out by Henry was close to the story from Tales from the PizzaPlex: The Storyteller. Only, instead of William being bought out by Henry, Henry is being bought out by William.
That begs the question, why would William buy Henry out of bankruptcy, if he was doing fine, business wise, why go through the trouble? If we recall to the Book Trilogy, and from Matpats Fnaf Timeline, it seems William bought out Henrys business, to discover Henrys secret. If we recall from Fazbear Frights The Puppet Carver, the main protagonist was capable of making wooden dolls come to life without the use of electricity or anything mechanical.
Following Matpats idea of William, he wanted to bring things to life, as stated by Fazbear Entertainments quote, "Where Fantasy and Fun come to Life". Seeing what Henry is capable of, he tries to learn how William did it. While William did it in the name of his business, Henry did it out of his love for it. William becomes so obsessed with learning Henrys secret, that it drives him crazy, as in the book trilogy, we see William has notes and scribbles that shows he worshipped and hated Henry at the same time.
This would be where I would back up to the fact that the Funtimes were made earlier, not to mention that this is supported in the email in Special Delivery's game files, where The Funtime robots were the FIRST LINE of animatronics (or maybe this wouldn't have made sense, because the Funtimes look futuristic, and wouldn't really fit). Although, in Fnaf 4, we see a girls room that's empty, and seeing that Elizabeth being the first Afton kid to die, and how Crying Child sees Fredbear with a stomach mouth, does explain to why the Fredbear Plush mentions how Crying Child "saw something", and it explains why he's scared of the robots.
It's hard to say exactly, but I feel confident to why William intended to buy out Henrys business.
I'd love to hear your thoughts and feedback. 😀👍🐻🎩
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2023.05.23 05:23 Eggplant-Flat Happy Birthday Me :D

Happy Birthday Me :D
it’s my birthday and that means a Birthday Drawing :3 I drew PhysicFriendFredbear (aka Fredbear Plush)
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2023.05.23 01:13 Haunting_Tale_5150 The "but why's" of fnaf volume 2: Fredbear's delayed message

Welcome to a little mini series of mine where I go over odd fnaf questions that I can't figure out an answer or theory for. Things that make me go "hey this is here, but why?" Might not be super important stuff, but still interesting hopefully.
For this part 2, I will go over a secret that many don't talk about.
In the night 4 minigame of fnaf 4, our Crying Child protagonist gets locked up in the Parts and Service room. He cries to get out, but no one responds as his brother is heard laughing outside.
Seemingly Fredbear doesn't say anything in the cutscene on the surface. Except, he does. Wait around 6 hours in real time (or use a cheat engine to speed it up) Fredbear will say "Tomorrow is another Day" like he normally does.
Huh? Why does it take so long?
Option A: The non-intended theory
Of course I always have to consider it taking 6 hours to show up was probably not intended by Scott. It could be a simple mistake glossed over during the finishing period of the game that Scott decided to not patch out. Maybe he felt the scene worked better with the audience not seeing the message or having to wait for it to occur. Maybe he simply never discovered that there even was a glitch for this message. Whatever the case, could easily be not intended.
However I like to make assumptions and theories or else this post would be very boring, so lets assume...
Option B: Intended
Let's assume Scott intended there to be a big wait for Fredbear's Dialogue (or retroactively decided it worked better to wait for it).
Now does this count as an Easter Egg? I think it all depends on if the wait was an error (as stated by option A) that Scott decided worked better in the scene's storytelling or if the wait was something Scott intentionally decided. Either way, I am still personally counting this as the game's most interesting "Easter Egg" as the wait for the message makes the scene all that more interesting as a story.
Let's go over the three current possibilities I have in mind why waiting for the message could be interesting.
Let's do a little glossary thing to make this faster for myself first:
Plushbear - Fredbear Plush
CC - Crying Child/Bite Victim
Afton - William
Plushbear is Possessed Take
Assuming that Plushbear is possessed this scene adds an extra bit of somberness. In FNAF 1, the parts and service room is showcased to be where the animatronics stuff your body, its also hinted to be at least one of the locations where William killed his victims in FNAF VR. To Plushbear, the wait to say the message could be a sign that he is just as scared as CC in this scenario. Unlike the other scenarios where there could theoretically be someone around to save CC, CC is locked up in the same place Plushbear was killed, or at the very least the place where his body was hidden. It also adds an extra layer of dread to the three brown..wires/hair sticking out of the costume nearby CC. In this circumstance, Plushbear can't immediately assure to CC that "tomorrow is another day", because Plushbear isn't sure that CC won't be killed like him. If CC gets killed, there won't be a "tomorrow" for him.
Plushbear is controlled by Afton and he has killed kids take
If Plushbear is controlled by Afton and he has already killed before the events of FNAF 4, then his pause could be a sort of self-awareness realization that his son saw him kill a kid (or multiple children), saw where he hid the bodies, and that its all his own fault. No matter how much he tries to cover his tracks, he will always have that slight realization or guilt nipping at the back of his mind. The pause is him having these thoughts, forgetting that he is controlling the plush and should be there at his son's time of need. Alternatively the pause could be because he is busy, perhaps with his normal day job or luring children.
Plushbear is controlled by Afton but he hasn't killed kids and that isn't even a thought for him yet take
Honestly, unsure. Guess busy at his day job? Adds some tragedy as it shows Afton was so busy in his work he couldn't take care of his children and stop his son's bullying or CC's eventual death.
Agony PlushbeaImaginary Plushbear take
If Plushbear is a simple imaginary friend, well if you were a child in this situation, wouldn't your imagination turn "off" in this kind of situation? It would be hard to imagine your friend comforting you when you believe your in a situation where you could be killed (or surrounded by the greatest things you fear).
Could be similar in an agony situation as well. Unsure though
Maybe I am thinking too much about this, like ol Mr. Hippo has warned. But for me this is a very interesting secret? Easter Egg? Error? Well whatever you want to call it, no one seems to ever bring it up, which is a shame.
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2023.05.22 22:03 EpicMazement The story I think SB is trying to tell with Glamrock Freddy and Gregory

I think Freddy is meant to be a thematic/metaphorical redemption of the Bite of 83.
First off, I no longer think a soul possessed Freddy. Messages in SB imply the animatronics originally had no true free will/self awareness. Just animatronics with personality chips. But then the wall code says "they hunt now, drawn to life".
I think the Agony from Mimic1 gave all the animatronics actual sentience, but judging by "I didn't want to, but I had no choice", "my friends are here, they are so angry, confused" and Chica's crying/moaning, it seems like their actual true selves are forced to witness what the personalities generated by Mimic1 make them do.
"I found myself for the first time" while in the Maze is most likely referring to when Freddy first became self aware, most likely due to the large amount of Agony in the place. "Now I have a choice, I have changed" is referring to how he is both free from Mimic1's leash, and is ow much more then his personality chip.
"I AM NOT ME". He isn't just Freddy anymore, he's much more then that now.

The main reason I bring this up is because when I believed he was possessed by a soul, I saw Garrett Afton as the most likely character due to SB connecting Freddy to Fredbear so much.
The parts he gains in the story that lead to his self discovery are yellow and purple, his gold plush is named Golden Freddy, and his neon sign is yellow and purple.
But then I remembered that the Three Star Trio are implied to represent the Afton kids in some way.
Gregory is Garrett for pretty clear reasons. Vanessa represents Elizabeth, again, for pretty clear reasons. And then there is Freddy. If Freddy were possessed by Michael, why all the ties to Fredbear?
Well, I think it's because the story of Freddy and Gregory is meant t be a metaphorical/thematic redemption of the Bite of 83.
Garrett died because of his older brother and an animatronic Bear.
In SB, Gregory is protected by an animatronic Bear who almost behaves like a protective big brother.

That's what I think for now at least. While this idea can still work if Michael possesses Freddy, I just feel like the fact that it's implied Michael wanted to stay in the fire means he just wanted to rest.
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2023.05.20 19:50 Blackpilot9 Am I the only one getting tons of sketchy random links with related titles to my search every single time I use google?

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2023.05.17 00:30 KSean24 In the secret room during Sister Location, is it possible the rooms shown on the screens/cameras isn't literal?

Just an idea I've had for a while: could it be possible the rooms that appear on the screens in the secret room are supposed to be the house shown in the FNAF 4 minigames instead of the ones shown during the nightmares?
With the most common theory that Michael is experiencing the nightmares in FNAF 4 (and that William is talking to Crying Child through the Fredbear Plush and monitoring him through cameras around the house and neighborhood), it seemed strange to me that the rooms were literally the ones in the gameplay.
I had thought this was Scott's intention but he couldn't show the house from the minigames due to creator limitations. I hope this makes sense.
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