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** Consdiering that he got scooped... He more than likely has the "sound-illusion" disks implanted inside of him. These were mentioned in the books, and you can see one blinking red inside of Baby.

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** Consdiering Considering that he got scooped... He more than likely has the "sound-illusion" disks implanted inside of him. These were mentioned in the books, and you can see one blinking red inside of Baby.


** Consdiering that he got scooped... He more than likely [[spoiler: has the "sound-illusion" disks implanted inside of him. These were mentioned in the books, and you can see one blinking red inside of Baby]].

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** Consdiering that he got scooped... He more than likely [[spoiler: has the "sound-illusion" disks implanted inside of him. These were mentioned in the books, and you can see one blinking red inside of Baby]].Baby.

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** Consdiering that he got scooped... He more than likely [[spoiler: has the "sound-illusion" disks implanted inside of him. These were mentioned in the books, and you can see one blinking red inside of Baby]].

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**** Because the animatronics are ''all'' needed in one place. To burn, that is.

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** Maybe this was a plan several years in the making and the final message was pre-recorded well in advance, and it was being played while Henry was elsewhere setting the place on fire.

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*** [[spoiler: "And to you, my brave volunteer, who somehow found this job listing ''not intended for you'': although there was a way out planned for you, I have a feeling that's not what you want." Emphasis mine. Henry didn't intend for Michael to be involved in this, it was just a happy accident. Granted, he could have still overlooked it for the same reasons, it just wasn't part of his original plan.]]


* Does Cassette guy really think he can [[spoiler:kill Springtrap in a fire? The same Springtrap who already survived one]]? He clearly knows enough about [[spoiler:Springtrap to lure him into a trap and tell him he's going to hell]], so he must know about the incident at Fazbear's Fright.

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* Does Cassette guy really think he can [[spoiler:kill kill Springtrap in a fire? The same Springtrap who already survived one]]? one? He clearly knows enough about [[spoiler:Springtrap Springtrap to lure him into a trap and tell him he's going to hell]], hell, so he must know about the incident at Fazbear's Fright.



** Each time you complete it out of three times, her mood turns much sadder as the game glitches. By the third play, she's visibly crying and after the game ends, you get to clearly see the reflection of [[spoiler:her and what seems to be Spring-Bonnie behind her. Who tells her that "He's not dead yet" and to "Follow me"]].

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** Each time you complete it out of three times, her mood turns much sadder as the game glitches. By the third play, she's visibly crying and after the game ends, you get to clearly see the reflection of [[spoiler:her her and what seems to be Spring-Bonnie behind her. Who tells her that "He's not dead yet" and to "Follow me"]].me".



* So, what do the animatronics do when they catch you in this game? For most of them, they probably just kill you, but there is one in particular for whom it really isn't clear: [[spoiler:Lefty/The Puppet]]. According to Cassette Guy's monologue in the ending, [[spoiler:his daughter, who is possessing the Puppet, [[DarkIsNotEvil really does have good intentions]]]]. So why does she attack(?) you? Yeah, the player character is presumably an adult, and [[spoiler:The Puppet]] seems to have a disdain for adults, but it still seems strange. Does she simply not know about her father's plans?
** If it's true that you're playing as [[spoiler:Mike Afton]], she might still mistake him for William Afton.

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* So, what do the animatronics do when they catch you in this game? For most of them, they probably just kill you, but there is one in particular for whom it really isn't clear: [[spoiler:Lefty/The Puppet]]. Lefty/The Puppet. According to Cassette Guy's monologue in the ending, [[spoiler:his his daughter, who is possessing the Puppet, [[DarkIsNotEvil really does have good intentions]]]]. intentions]]. So why does she attack(?) you? Yeah, the player character is presumably an adult, and [[spoiler:The Puppet]] The Puppet seems to have a disdain for adults, but it still seems strange. Does she simply not know about her father's plans?
** If it's true that you're playing as [[spoiler:Mike Afton]], Mike Afton, she might still mistake him for William Afton.



** Honestly, the way I see it is that she does have good intentions. For '''Children'''. Any adults, regardless of reason, are the enemy — making it entirely possible she would even attack [[spoiler:her own father]] if she ever found him.
** [[spoiler:Some Blueprints from the Insane Ending seem to indicate that Lefty was designed the same way the Circus Baby Animatronics were — to lure and kidnap children. If that's the case, then the Puppet might have claimed Lefty not only as a disguise to get into the Pizzeria, but also in order to counteract Lefty's malevolent purpose. This would also explain why Lefty attacks you — the Puppet is thoroughly good this time, but is locked in a struggle for control with Lefty, who could very well kill you even with the Puppet fighting it.]]

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** Honestly, the way I see it is that she does have good intentions. For '''Children'''. Any adults, regardless of reason, are the enemy — making it entirely possible she would even attack [[spoiler:her her own father]] father if she ever found him.
** [[spoiler:Some Some Blueprints from the Insane Ending seem to indicate that Lefty was designed the same way the Circus Baby Animatronics were — to lure and kidnap children. If that's the case, then the Puppet might have claimed Lefty not only as a disguise to get into the Pizzeria, but also in order to counteract Lefty's malevolent purpose. This would also explain why Lefty attacks you — the Puppet is thoroughly good this time, but is locked in a struggle for control with Lefty, who could very well kill you even with the Puppet fighting it.]]



** I'm pretty sure that it's the latter. Although knowing Scott, I wouldn't be surprised if putting a certain combination of toppings triggered the [[spoiler:Insane ending]]. Who would ever put X in a pizza?!

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** I'm pretty sure that it's the latter. Although knowing Scott, I wouldn't be surprised if putting a certain combination of toppings triggered the [[spoiler:Insane ending]].Insane ending. Who would ever put X in a pizza?!



** With the implications that Cassette Guy possibly being [[spoiler:the game universe's Henry (who died by suicide before the 1990's in the Silver Eyes)]], [[spoiler:the logical conclusion is that the Puppet's inhabitant is the Games' counterpart to Charlotte, who outlived her old man in the books]].

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** With the implications that Cassette Guy possibly being [[spoiler:the the game universe's Henry (who died by suicide before the 1990's in the Silver Eyes)]], [[spoiler:the Eyes), the logical conclusion is that the Puppet's inhabitant is the Games' counterpart to Charlotte, who outlived her old man in the books]].books.

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** With the implications that Cassette Guy possibly being [[spoiler:the game universe's Henry (whom died by suicide before the 1990's in the Silver Eyes)]], [[spoiler:the logical conclusion is that the Puppet's inhabitant is the Games' counterpart to Charlotte, who outlived her old man in the books]].

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** With the implications that Cassette Guy possibly being [[spoiler:the game universe's Henry (whom (who died by suicide before the 1990's in the Silver Eyes)]], [[spoiler:the logical conclusion is that the Puppet's inhabitant is the Games' counterpart to Charlotte, who outlived her old man in the books]].



** Alright, then, I'll admit my mistake. I was under the heavy impression that all of the animatronics prior, by which I mean the first incarnations of the Fazfour (whom were implied to be upgraded between ''2'' and ''1'') and possibly the Toys were mostly designed and programmed by Henry. Especially considering that I highly doubt Willy A would feel comfortable with a criminal database in robots he helped design on the (unlikely) chance he already has a criminal record.

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** Alright, then, I'll admit my mistake. I was under the heavy impression that all of the animatronics prior, by which I mean the first incarnations of the Fazfour (whom (who were implied to be upgraded between ''2'' and ''1'') and possibly the Toys were mostly designed and programmed by Henry. Especially considering that I highly doubt Willy A would feel comfortable with a criminal database in robots he helped design on the (unlikely) chance he already has a criminal record.



** Simple. It was all a lie. The company was that ONE restaurant after so long, and so many deaths. There were no additional companies, as there was no reason to keep them around. They were just bad news to run, but a Freddy Fazbear's Pizzaria would be a surefire way to attract animatronics to your door. Henry and HAND-Unit (whom could have been programmed by Henry to give the story he wants) needed someone to help them without being aware of why, so why not lie? Making a situation seemed more grand to attract more willing workers, to lure and capture animatronics.

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** Simple. It was all a lie. The company was that ONE restaurant after so long, and so many deaths. There were no additional companies, as there was no reason to keep them around. They were just bad news to run, but a Freddy Fazbear's Pizzaria would be a surefire way to attract animatronics to your door. Henry and HAND-Unit (whom (who could have been programmed by Henry to give the story he wants) needed someone to help them without being aware of why, so why not lie? Making a situation seemed more grand to attract more willing workers, to lure and capture animatronics.

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*** Plain and simple, William is an [[AbusiveParents abusive father]] to Michael, and sent him to Circus Baby’s Entertainment and Rental as a {{Scapegoat}}, ensuring that William himself wouldn’t have to face any danger. He obviously doesn’t care about his son, so he doesn’t have any problem with killing him. Elizabeth’s reasoning is due to corruption and PragmaticVillainy; Baby’s A.I. has corrupted Elizabeth’s spirit, causing her to want to become a SerialKiller with the intention of continuing her father’s legacy and immortality experiments, and is willing to kill her own brother if he gets in the way of this.


*** Baby and Springtrap probably compared notes about the events of 3 and SL at some point, coming to the conclusion that Michael's being held together by a large collection of remnant from the scooper and Ennard, and may hold a grudge against them over the whole "disemboweled and turned into a revenant" thing. And if Michael really was all the night guards, William ''definitely'' won't trust his son's presence, given the last time they met, Mike brought Fazbear's Fright down on his head. If Michael had wanted to actually reconnect with his father and sister, he could've easily spoken to them in private during the salvage operations, or called out to them during his shift in hopes they'd remember his voice - assuming, of course, that he didn't get himself murdered by the vengeful Lefty/Puppet for his trouble in the latter case. Instead, he subjected them to multiple [[BrownNote Brown Notes]], tazed them any time they looked at him funny, and then proceeded to run them around the maze like rats. Plus, William enters the building already knowing the whole thing is a sham, simply curious about what's truly going on, and maybe even already suspecting Henry's involvement. Baby and Springtrap have no reason to trust Michael, and a lot of reasons to believe he is their enemy. For them the optimal solution would be doing their brother/son one final kindness and putting him out of his undead misery, removing him as a threat and giving him the death he has long sought.



* What purpose do the two vents serve in the office? Could Henry/Cassette Man seriously have not just equipped the room with ventalation that ''didn't'' run through his maze of death? Surely there was another way, he stated there was an escape route there if the pizzeria manager chose to utilize it to escape the fire.

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* What purpose do the two vents serve in the office? Could Henry/Cassette Man seriously have not just equipped the room with ventalation ventilation that ''didn't'' run through his maze of death? Surely there was another way, he stated there was an escape route there if the pizzeria manager chose to utilize it to escape the fire.

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** Remember when Ballora got scooped back at Sister Location? That wasn't random. ''All'' of the animatronics have Remnant in them, though the original five (now bound together as Molten Freddy) have the most of all. The hidden blueprints reveal that the Scalable Creation of Ulterior Presence -- the S.C.U.P., or "scoop" -- injects the animatronics who get "scooped" with Remnant, so none of them are untouched.

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** Maybe he isn't human anymore either.

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** It's likely the player character was the bait to keep them interested. Henry mentions that it's a maze with no prize, but that could be referring to the end of the game when the map of the pizzeria shows the main office being disconnected from the hallways. They needed to think there was something just out of reach, or they might have gotten bored and left, or even realized that it was all a trap.

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* What purpose do the two vents serve in the office? Could Henry/Cassette Man seriously have not just equipped the room with ventalation that ''didn't'' run through his maze of death? Surely there was another way, he stated there was an escape route there if the pizzeria manager chose to utilize it to escape the fire.

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