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90's Animatronics

Freddy & Friends/The Refurbs

    As a whole
The main animatronic group of Freddy Fuckboy's Pizza in the 90's, led by none other than Freddy Fuckboy himself and engaging into all sorts of debaucherous antics and opposing Balloon Boy's plans together, despite their hostility to each other.
  • Cool Shades: To indicate how tough they became when they got gud, they all receive sunglasses after being blessed by Cranky.
  • Superboss: They can be fought in the Post-Climax Confrontation once the Boss Rush, the minigames and both Puppets are beaten, with Complete Collection including beating Withered Golden Freddy, Shadow Bonnie and Freddy Plush as extra requirements. Each individual member possesses more than 100000 HP, which is more than the final boss's first phase, and they all inflict tons of damage and heal and revive each other for tons of HP. Not to mention that you have to fight all four of them at once, greatly increasing the fight's difficulty.
  • Took a Level in Badass: In Save-Import Scenario, after they beat Withered Golden Freddy, they all "git gud" and receive Cranky's Blessings, greatly strengthening their stats and skills.
  • With Friends Like These...: To say that the Refurbs are not a good example of a healthy friendship would be an understatement. They frequently argue with each other, have their goals differ, and sometimes even fight or make each other's day worse. Freddy, for instance, has to burn down the Pirate Cove's curtains to force Foxy to join him on his quest to have a night of debauchery or summer vacation against his own will. Their abrasiveness is even lampshaded by Freddy when he inspects the poster: "Freddy and Friends? What a fucking joke". That being said, Freddy is still willing to do his friends' favors if they ask him, even if he'll complain about it, and it's implied that he wants to spend a night of debauchery and summer vacation with his friends, and he's even willing to wipe their memories about him before making a Heroic Sacrifice just so they'd be able to live in peace.

are you ready for freddy
Freddy Fuckboy, in the flesh (or, to be more correct, the animatronic suit). The leader of the main animatronic group and the owner and proprietor of Freddy Fuckboy's Pizza in the 90's, he seeks to start a night of debauchery and has to shit on all the cameras to do so. However, he always finds himself to be at odds with the world domination-seeking Balloon Boy and constantly has to foil his plans to ensure that the world won't have to suffer from his tyranny.
  • Adaptational Name Change: In Five Nights at Freddy's, Freddy's last name was Fazbear. Here, it's Fuckboy.
  • Determinator: Say what you want about Freddy, but when he has a goal in mind, whether it be a night of debauchery, getting his friends to go with him on a summer vacation, or stopping Balloon Boy's evil plots (while making the Enragement Child inhale his dong), he'll make damn sure he accomplishes that goal.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: In order to recruit Foxy in the first game, Freddy must burn down the curtains of Pirate Cove.
  • Everyone Has Standards:
    • When Toy Freddy brutally finishes off his own son in Act 3 of Fuckboy's 3, even Freddy is disturbed by his actions, outright telling Toy Freddy to take better care of his kid.
    • He also takes the concept of "gitting gud" very seriously. When he goes back in time to see Golden Freddy shitting on the Duke Nukem camera, he interprets the situation as Golden Freddy "stealing git gud" and is thoroughly appalled.
    • He has no tolerance whatsoever for Balloon Boy's evil plans, being one of the first and foremost characters to oppose him at every turn.
  • Forced Sleep: Freddy can put his enemies to sleep with his Toreador March skill. Unfortunately, it's a multi-hit skill which would constantly force his enemies to wake up with each hit, so the chance of successfully sedating an enemy is pretty low.
  • Hidden Heart of Gold: He might be a giant asshole, but there are some hints scattered here and there that he isn't as bad of a person as his first impression might suggest. While he will complain and grumble about it, he does ultimately help out his friends whenever they ask for it (mainly Bonnie and Chica, his relationship with Foxy is a bit more...abrasive). And while he might force them into it, he does want to spend his nights of debauchery and his summer vacation with his friends. He also willingly takes on the task of fighting Balloon Boy and stopping his evil plans at every turn, never fleeing or cowering away from saving the world like you'd expect if he really was nothing but a selfish asshole. And finally, he arranges with Toy Freddy for Namine to wipe out his friends' memories and send them away before the final battle with BB because he genuinely believed it was best for them.
  • Instrument of Murder: He uses microphones as his primary weapons of choice.
  • It's All About Me: His entire character in a nutshell. He honestly couldn't give two shits about his fellow animatronics and his amusement is the one thing that matters most in the world. Although, to be fair, he is willing to help out his fellow animatronics in certain ways, even if it's for selfish reasons like speeding up the process of getting to his night of debauchery.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: When Freddy wants to bring the rest of the animatronics with him on a summer vacation in Act 3 of Fuckboy's 3, each of them requires a certain quest of some kind to bring them back into the party. Chica "asks" him to make a homemade pizza, but when he discovers that the grand result of the quest is just a Medium Pizza, he is so enraged that he immediately goes off to beat the crap out of Chica and make her rejoin the team by force. This seems overly harsh and typical of Freddy's Jerkass behavior...until you realize that making said pizza required him going all around the Pizzeria collecting several ingredients and components, all of which required forced battles against the Party Hats and/or payments to Balloon Boy costing hundreds of tokens that Freddy had to spend a long time grinding for. Combine that with the fact Freddy could have easily bought the Medium Pizza from Balloon Boy for less than 10 tokens in seconds, and suddenly his rage against Chica becomes much more understandable.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: By the standards of this series, Freddy is a bit nicer when compared to the other protagonists. He hasn't committed any particularly atrocious actions (compared to Toy Freddy, who sent his own infant son to the past and ruined both his and his ex-girlfriend's life as revenge for her cheating on him multiple times, and Springtrap, a Villain Protagonist who has been working for BB the entire time), is willing to help his friends out if they ask him enough, wipes his friends' memories so they could live in peace, fights against and sacrifices his life to utterly annihilate the Enragement Child in Act 3, and chooses to become a hero of all things in wherever he was sent afterwards. That being said...
  • Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: ...he's still an asshole. In the beginning of Act 3, Freddy refuses to leave without all 4 of the animatronics, calling them his 'faithful companions'. Moments later, he tapes Bonnie to the front of the Delorean and couldn't care less about what happened to him when he and the tape fell off during their time travelling.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: Freddy constantly insults Balloon Boy with "inhale my dong enragement child". Once Balloon Boy is revealed to be the Big Bad of the entire series, and his insulting doesn't sound as callous as it would be if he were truly innocent.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: His Lead Stinger skill lets him shriek into his microphone (or dildo) to amplify his scream to damage his enemy with a chance to poison them.
  • Malicious Misnaming: He very rarely refers to Foxy by name, instead calling him crass nicknames like "shitlord", "yiffy" or "yiffmeister".
  • Mighty Glacier: Once you get past his crappy early-game stats, he'll most likely be this in the late-game. While he isn't exactly the fastest character (and will almost certainly be outsped by his enemies on harder nights), he can be quite durable and has access to some of the best weapons in the games. More importantly, his Tophat Toss, while not doing as much damage as a successful Backup Bash from Bonnie, deals damage that is both high and consistent for a relatively low SP cost, making him by far the best DPS character.
    • Subverted in Act 3 of Fuckboy's 3. With access to Speed Boosts and potentially the Scylla Dildo, he can outspeed the vast majority of enemies in the game and graduate into a full-blown Lightning Bruiser.
  • Oh, Crap!: While he has an "oh shit" reaction whenever he initiates a battle, there are a few times where he is noticeably more agitated or afraid than usual. These include any time the Puppet appears/is about to attack, when he realizes that he's trapped in the 80's during Fuckboy 2's Save Import Scenario, when Vile is chasing them down during Act 3 of Fuckboy's 3, and when Cranky Kong reveals himself and is about to attack them.
  • Pet the Dog: In the Complete Collection version of the Finale, he invites Golden Freddy to his night of debauchery, something that the latter has desired to participate in for years without ever getting the chance. Granted, said debauchery is more about dungeon crawling rather than the activities one would expect from a night of debauchery, but it's still an uncharacteristically nice gesture, especially since there's no sign of Freddy's typical selfish and Jerkass behavior in this particular interaction.
  • Uncertain Doom: Once he permanently finishes off B.B. once and for all, he disappeared without trace, implying that he made a Heroic Sacrifice. However, the narration implies that he might've actually survived and continues protecting the world from wherever is now.
  • Weaponized Headgear: One of his signature skills is Tophat Toss, which allows him to throw his tophat like a boomerang. In Act 3 of Fuckboy's 3, he can learn a Tophat Roulette skill, which lets him spin his tophat like a roulette to randomly inflict debuff or status effect on the foe.

A music-loving bunny who has a trouble with keeping his head on shoulders and dreams of opening his own star record company.
  • Goomba Stomp: His Bunny Hop skill has him jump on his enemy's head multiple times. In the Complete Collection, this skill lets him lower the enemy's defenses.
  • Informed Ability: Bonnie boasts that he's an expert at fixing things, in his current case a freshly-repaired time machine. While he ends up making things worse in the long run by smashing it, which is exactly what damaged it in the first place, it does manage to bring the main four back to the normal universe.
  • Insane Troll Logic: He wants Freddy to bring his head back despite the fact that he is surrounded by multiple spare heads that would suit him as perfectly as the one he lost. Freddy even tells him to use one, but Bonnie refuses, since "it's not the same".
  • Instrument of Murder:
    • He uses guitars as his personal weapons of choice, whether to attack regularly or to use for powerful skills.
    • His Backup Bash skill inflicts tons of damage, which makes him nearly able to one-shot majority of bosses, but only has a 15% chance of hitting, though once he gits gud, it changes to 85%. Even the non-boosted version is practically mandatory to beat any of the bosses on later nights due to the sheer damage it can cause and the enemies' high health.
    • His Guitar Smash skill gives several hefty hits but destroys all of his guitars, leaving his offensive capabilities utterly crippled.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Bonnie's attempt to fix the DeLorean with Percussive Maintenance right after it's actually fixed by Balloon Boy ends up trapping the Refurbs in the credits and allowing the latter to escape.
  • Let No Crisis Go to Waste: After falling off the DeLorean during Freddy's summer vacation travels, he lands in 1970's, and decides to use the situation to build his own star record company and, by plagiarizing the songwriters' songs before they wrote their songs in his time period through the use of Retroactive Precognition, ended up becoming a millionaire.
  • Losing Your Head: The first time Freddy finds him, Bonnie somehow manages to lose his head. Being an animatronic, it doesn't hurt him much, but he really wants it back and demands Freddy to find and bring it back to him. And no, using one of the spare heads from the Backroom is not an option.
  • Percussive Maintenance: Attempts to fix the DeLorean this way after the Refurbs accidentally break it and get lost in a temporal void after an attempt to prevent Balloon Boy from leaving them stranded in 1987. The problem is, by the time he applies it it's already been fixed. On the bright side, it does get them back to the main timeline...right at the point where 2's credits start, leaving them stuck and allowing Balloon Boy to escape.

Devour my hot bird ass Freddy
A bird of few words who consistently asks Freddy to devour her hot bird ass, Chica serves as the group's healer.
  • Does Not Like Men: As revealed by Freddy during their conversation in Act 3 of Fuckboy's 3 (where Freddy is Repeating So the Audience Can Hear), she is, in Freddy's own words, a "misandrist cockbench", though she does excuse herself by saying that "she has male friends".
  • Flat Character: Can't say anything but "Devour my hot bird ass (dead) Freddy", with one exception. Though her conversation with Freddy in Act 3 of Fuckboy's 3 reveals some more traits of her personality.
  • The Medic: She is the healing-oriented member of Freddy's group, with two of her skills being a healing and a reviving skill.
  • One-Word Vocabulary:
    • The only thing she is able to say is "Devour my hot bird ass Freddy". Sometimes, she does add variety (such as saying "dead Freddy" in Refurbs fight, or "Splash Woman" instead of "Freddy" when fighting her, or just not say anything after "ass"), but otherwise it's the only thing she says. The only time she drops it is when she realizes that the Refurbs are presumably permanently stuck in the 80's.
    • Her conversation with Freddy in Act 3 of Fuckboy's 3 shows that her saying of "Devour my hot bird ass Freddy" can actually mean different things, as evidenced by the fact that Freddy is Repeating So the Audience Can Hear.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: When she realizes that she and the Refurbs are stuck in the 80's with no way to return into 90's, she finally says something other than "Devour my hot bird ass Freddy". The thing in question is a single "Fuck", which hammers how fucked the Refurbs are.

The fastest and the most sailor-mouthed animatronic, Foxy is only interested in masturbating behind the Pirate Cove's curtains and wouldn't care for anyone else's problems, thus forcing Freddy to burn down the Pirate Cove every time to force him into his own debaucherous adventures.
  • Caught with Your Pants Down: Freddy catches him in the act the first time you check the curtain in Pirate Cove.
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: He loves to masturbate and in most encounters he is shown doing the act, and complaining when he is interrupted.
  • Hook Hand: His Weapons of Choice are various kinds of pirate hooks.
  • Hypocritical Humor: He hates it when people interrupt his masturbation, yet when he catches Mangle doing the act in the place where the Pirate Cove used to be, he rudely interrupts her by forbidding her from masturbating and telling her to fuck off, which leads to her trying to kill the party.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He's the fastest of all animatronics, possessing the highest agility and is most likely the one who will go first in battle. He also doesn't go that far in terms of attack and defense.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: Foxy has quite the sailor's mouth on him, even when compared to every other animatronic. He can't speak a single sentence without using "fuck" or "shit" at least once or at the very start of the next sentence. In Complete Collection, he even gets a new skill, Sea Shanty, that has him use his sailor mouth to lower an enemy's attack and defense by shocking them from a cussstorm of profanities.
  • Walk the Plank: One of his signature skills is forcing the enemy to walk the plank. This attack possesses very high chance to palalyze, which is greatly helpful when dealing with bosses, as Contractual Boss Immunity is a rarity in the game series (though not as much in the Complete Collection, as the bosses are now more immune to status effects and the attack doesn't paralyze as easily as it used to before).



    Golden Freddy
  • Berserk Button: He hates not being invited to nights of debauchery, and will yiff the dick of anyone who'll neglect to invite him.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: He tries to murder Freddy and co. for not inviting him to their night of debauchery.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Back in the 70s, Golden Freddy, also known as Fredbear, and Springtrap were once content with their lives. When Springtrap had a night of debauchery and gave Golden Freddy the cold shoulder, Golden Freddy was quite pissed off and vowed to begin his dick-yiffing ways, eventually leading the two to have a fight that got them fired and replaced, sending them off on their own separate and antagonistic ways. He does redeem himself eventually.
  • Final Boss: He takes the role of the final boss of the first game, being fought in the office after all the cameras are beaten. If the player managed to beat the Puppet and the Toy animatronics, Balloon Boy will be fought as the True Final Boss instead.
  • Freudian Excuse: The reason why Golden Freddy yiffs dicks is because back in the days of Fredbear Fuckboy's Diner, he wasn't invited to Springtrap's night of debauchery, causing a fight and getting both fired.
  • Guttural Growler: After a Skyward Scream due to having his life ruined, he damages his voice box and is left with a more menacing, low-pitch voice with a static effect behind it.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Ultimetely, Golden Freddy returns back to the, uh..."heroes" side, first by showing up at the end of the Save-Import Scenario to help the other Freddies with killing Balloon Boy in his final One-Winged Angel form, and then takes the lead role in Act 2 of the third game as he prepares to settle things with Springtrap and Balloon Boy once and for all, hoping to prevent the former from reviving the latter.
  • No Indoor Voice: Is almost always shouting to some extent.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: He has prominent red pupils in the center of his black eyes, a trait that he noticeably doesn't have in the original Five Nights at Freddy's series.
  • Summon Magic: His technique in the third game allows him to summon party hats (though in Complete Collection, Beta, Gamma and Omega Party Hats are replace with Beta Streamer, Past Camera, and "Cranky's Regret" respectively) and shadow animatronics to his aid.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: In the Complete Collection version of the third game's Act 3, after the lifetime of never being invited to nights of debauchery, Freddy finally invites him to his night of debauchery. Upon hearing this, he gets so touched he ends up being at a loss of words, and joins Freddy's group without any hesitation.

    Balloon Boy
  • Adaptational Jerkass: Downplayed, as he was always a Jerkass to begin with, but in 2, he was able to mimic a genuinely innocent appearance during his tenure of posing as 80's Balloon Boy, never swearing nor insulting animatronics not even once. In the Complete Collection remake, however, he is as rude as he was in the first game, badmouthing Toy Freddy and co. just like how he was badmouthing Freddy & co. in the first game.
  • Back from the Dead: Balloon Boy died and came back way too many times to count. 3's second act ends just before his latest resurrection ritual completes, and the third act has him being resurrected as Leviathan BB, though in the end he and Freddy are both Killed Off for Real.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: In the Q scenarios of 1 and 2, in which he is the Villain Protagonist and the main playable character.
  • Big Bad: The main antagonist of every installment, although Springtrap is very clearly the Dragon-in-Chief in 3.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Balloon Boy puts up a childish facade for the 80's animatronics until the final camera is beaten, at which points he reveals himself to not be their Balloon Boy.
  • Death of a Child: Has been killed nearly half a dozen times, one of which was when he actually was a child in terms of maturity.
  • The Dog Was the Mastermind: A simple, unassuming (yet still foul-mouthed) merchant turns out to be a megalomaniacal mastermind behind the toys and the Puppet attacks, and who plans to Take Over the World.
  • Eldritch Transformation: Ends up turning himself into a full-on clone of Giygas and later on Safer Sephiroth when he goes One-Winged Angel in 2 and the Save-Import Scenario respectively. Even after his original instance is killed he's still quite powerful and all sorts of fucked up.
  • Enfant Terrible: And how. Not only is Balloon Boy a foul-mouthed brat and the Big Bad of every game who finds countless ways to bring himself back to life when he gets killed, his plans include bringing the downfall of Fazbear Entertainment, taking over the world and becoming an Eldritch Abomination.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Reveals in the first game's Q Scenario that his morals prevent him from standing near the cake table. You know, the one where Freddy praises the dark lord Satan?
    • In the Complete Collection version of 2, he also describes the vending machines that Toy Freddy praises for capitalism as EVIL (with all caps). Though this has more than a touch of Hypocritical Humor, since he's the one who's the main purveyor of capitalism in the games.
  • Friendly Shopkeeper: Subverted in the second game; unlike in the first game, Balloon Boy is not insulting Toy Freddy & co. nor even swearing (at least not in the Compilation Rerelease), instead being polite and welcoming to characters. Of course, it's all actually an act, and in reality he's the Big Bad who craves the world-domination and desires to destroy Fazbear Entertainment and its animatronics, especially Freddy & co.
  • Godhood Seeker: Starting from the second game onwards, he consistently tries to achieve a godlike form, turning himself into multiple Eldritch Abominations.
  • I Hate Past Me: Completely despises his past self's stupidity. One gets the impression that he only saved him after he opened the Lord Michael's presents if he was planning to Kill and Replace him so that he could be the one to take his life.
  • It's All About Me: He's an extreme, self-absorbed megalomaniac who makes Freddy himself look selfless by comparison. Not only he craves world domination simply because he's convinced that the world's problems would be fixed under his rule, and not only he desires to achieve godhood, but his entire palace in Save-Import Scenario is adorned with golden murals and statues of himself, no doubt to feed on his own ego. In the Complete Collection's take on the Save-Import Scenario, he goes ballistic when Freddy destroys a statue of himself, furious that he dared to "defame a symbolic representation of his holy visage".
  • Jerkass: He's very rude and foul-mouthed. When doing his shopping services with others, he often insults and belittles his customers. In the first game, he steals a lighter from Freddy, preventing him from burning down the Pirate Cove, just to force him to buy it back so that he'll get the money, and in the end, if all conditions are met, he reveals in a very insulting manner that he was the one who revived Toy animatronics with Puppet's help to murder Freddy and his friends, and when that failed, he tries to murder them by himself as the True Final Boss, all while continuously firing profanities at them. In the second game, as soon as he reveals his true colors, he says nothing but insults to Toy Freddy and co. and tries to murder them when Toy Freddy refuses to take his offer to join him. In the third game, he is also very insulting to Springtrap, his own subordinate, and badmouths him as much as he badmouthed Freddys (not that Springtrap acts any nicer to him).
  • Kill and Replace: He time-travels into the 80's to kill his past self and take his place to put Fazbear Entertainment out of business and kill Toy Freddy & co. before their successors could ruin their plans.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: His status as a Big Bad of the first game was actually a secret that could be revealed only after defeating all four toy animatronics and the Puppet. Come second game, and the game never bothers to hide his true colors anymore.
  • Magikarp Power: Balloon Boy's defense early on in the second game's Q Scenario is absolutely pitiful and doesn't increase as he levels up, leaving him quite the Glass Cannon when matched with his immense attack. However, it begins to skyrocket once he begins killing cameras, and every single one of his stats will be automatically maximized upon entering the Cave of the Past.
  • Phrase Catcher: Every main character of every game greets him with the same saying before using his shop services: "inhale my dong enragement child". Even Springtrap gets into the act, and he is his servant.
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Occasionally peppers his speech with rather verbose words, and compared to the others' manners of talking, most of the things he says are of a more vivid prose.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: He is extremely foul-mouthed and vulgar, pretty much almost as much as Foxy, though at the very least unlike the latter he's able to say a sentence without profanities.
    B.B.: FUCK YOU
  • Take Over the World: He plans to put the world under his rule under the belief that he would fix all of the world's problems, and to do so, he plots to put Fazbear Entertainment out of business and kill all animatronics that work there (i.e. Freddy and friends).
  • They Killed Kenny Again: He died many times, and every time he found a way to come Back from the Dead. He dies permanently in the Act 3 of the third game.
  • Treacherous Advisor: He poses as a somewhat friendly-ish merchant to Freddy/Toy Freddy and co., helping them out by selling useful equipment and the like, but he's actually a Big Bad and a megalomaniac with a desire to Take Over the World, put Fazbear Entertainment out of business, and kill Freddys and their allies.
  • We Can Rule Together: When revealing his plans to Toy Freddy, he promises to spare him by offering to join him in the world conquest. Toy Freddy refuses, much to Balloon Boy's irritation.


80's Animatronics

Toy Animatronics

    As a whole 
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: All Toy animatronics (except Mangle) were revived and brainwashed by Balloon Boy and the Puppet in the first game.
  • Optional Boss: All four Toy animatronics are fought as difficult bosses in the first game. Defeating them unlocks Freddy and co.'s combo skills (in the original game)/Kingly weapons (in the Complete Collection remake).
  • People Puppets: When brainwashed by the Puppet, their battle sprites depict them with puppet-like strings attached to their body, implying that they are controlled like the puppets.
  • Scars are Forever: Starting from the first fight with Balloon Boy in 2 and onwards to Save-Import Scenario and the finale, Toy Freddy loses his right ear and whisker spots, Toy Bonnie loses some of his teeth and eyelashes on the left eye, and Toy Chica's left eye is damaged to the point of cloudiness. The damage becomes permanent as Toys get fired and are left with no one to repair them. The damage is exactly the same as in their appearance as brainwashed puppets in the first game.

    Toy Freddy
are you freddy for ready
  • Abusive Parents: To take revenge on Splash Woman for ruining his life, Toy Freddy decided to send his son into the past before breaking up with her. When he meets his son again, he murders him to not deal with him anymore. And then, in Complete Collection, he reanimates his son's desecrated corpse with necromancy he picked up as a hobby to bind him into servitude for Freddy and co.
  • Contrasting Sequel Main Character: Freddy in the first game is a crude, blunt, and frankly unhygenic arse, but can also be amicable and willing to do things for his friends if they pester him enough, and there are signs here and there that Freddy isn't as bad of a person as he first appears to be. Toy Freddy is Freddy turned up to eleven: extremely callous, prone to giving up, very selfish and mean (to wit: the worst thing Freddy ever did was insult his friends, burn down Foxy's Pirate Cove (with no permanent harm done to Foxy himself), and have a night of debauchery, the latter of which is implied he wanted to spend with his friends; the worst thing Toy Freddy ever did was sending his own infant son to the past with dark magicks in revenge) and helps out his friends less because they asked and more because he wants them to shut up.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Splash Woman cheated on Toy Freddy ten times, stole his car, and forced him to have a son against his will. In response, he abandoned said son in the distant past.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Probably the only positive thing you can really say about Toy Freddy is that he isn't any more enthusiastic about Balloon Boy's evil plans to take over the world than Freddy is.
  • Karma Houdini: Toy Freddy banished his infant son to the past with dark magic in order to get revenge on his wife Splash Woman for cheating on him, stealing his car and forcing him to pay child support, and then ends up killing his son when they are reunited in the latter's quest for answers. His punishment? Being the only member of the Toys left living at the end of the series and living in a gorgeous beachside not far away from the pizzeria he had Namine wipe every last relative memory of from the minds of Bonnie, Chica and Foxy.
  • Offing the Offspring: Attempted to get rid of his son Vile as an infant by banishing him to the past, but he managed to survive. Their next encounter leads to Toy Freddy violently murdering him with a flurry of tophat lasers
  • Pet the Dog: Possibly the only nice thing that he does throughout the series that isn't associated with selfish motivations or a lot of whining is when Freddy asks him to stand next to the time-traveling DeLorean to let the Refurbs travel between the past and future for an indefinite period of time, a task that Toy Freddy willingly accepts without any of his usual complaining. He also helps Freddy get the Refurbs to safety and wipes their memories, as per his request.
  • Revenge by Proxy: In order to spite Splash Woman for her repeated infidelity and theft of his car, Toy Freddy sent baby Vile back in time.
  • Weaponized Headgear: All of his skills rely on him using his tophat as a weapon, whether it's to swipe with it like a sword, shatter it against enemy's head (with a new one inexplicably appearing on his head), slide it into enemy, and etc.

    Toy Bonnie
  • Help, I'm Stuck!: The first time Toy Freddy encounters him, Toy Bonnie manages to get himself stuck in the Right Vent, asking for Toy Freddy to help. Toy Freddy refuses to help him due to not wanting to touch his ass, and only when he finds a stick he decides to get Toy Bonnie out of the hitting his ass with a stick until he climbs out of the vent.
    freddy i'm fucking stuck
  • Lovable Coward: Toy Bonnie is an absolute pussy, but he's much less of a jackass when compared to most of the animatronics.
  • Motor Mouth: His voicelines use the same voice as Bonnie's, but they are sped up, giving them a higher pitch and making him speak very fast.
  • Support Party Member: Most of his skills are support-oriented, with only one skill designed for offense (which is Spread Bomb, designed to attack all enemies at once). There is a Grab Bag, where he pulls out a random item from the bag; Status Bomb, which inflicts random status ailment on enemies; and Timer Flip, which allows him to reset the Puppet's timer. The latter two skills were removed in the Complete Collection, but he gained two new skills as replacements: Facial Rec., which removes buffs and lowers enemy defense, and Crit-Up, which increases critical hit chance to a party member.

    Toy Chica
Dine on my oven-baked avian behind, Freddy Fuckboy
  • Disproportionate Retribution: When Toy Freddy refuses to retrieve her cupcakes from the toilet, she flushes him down to force him to retrieve them against his will.
  • Item Caddy: In Complete Collection, her unique ability is that items, when used by her, restore more health/mana points by 50%.
  • Sophisticated as Hell: Her Catchphrase is a more verbose version of regular Chica's "Devour my hot bird ass Freddy" line, which makes her sound more refined...until she finishes it by saying Freddy's name with his last name: "Fuckboy".
    Dine on my oven-baked avian behind, Freddy Fuckboy
  • Spectacular Spinning: Toy Chica's Wishful Whirl skill, available through her Limit Break, happens to be her strongest attack, spinning into every enemy and dealing three lots of damage.
  • White Mage: All of her skills are focused on healing and reviving her allies, which restore more health than normal items would, and her reviving skills restore the full health of her allies.

i want to be hip with the kids
  • 11th-Hour Superpower: She learns her final skill, The Bite of '87, during the final fight with Balloon Boy. The damage count for each hit reaches into the billions, with the total amount being at least 779,483,200,720 hit points, which if no damage cap is in place, would One-Hit KO the former page image of Marathon Boss (Final Fantasy XII's Yiazmat) 15,554 times.
  • Ambiguous Gender: Parodied; though she is consistently referred to as a female in the game series, she will still refuse to enter the women's bathroom, complaining that it would ruin her masculinity (a reference to canon Mangle's own inconsistent gender).
  • Brain Food: Bites off Balloon Boy's frontal lobe to finish him off.
  • Caught with Your Pants Down: In the first game, Freddy and co. encounter her masturbating. Foxy rudely interrupts her and tells her to fuck off. Cue the boss battle.
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: Just like Foxy, Mangle is also pretty fond of masturbating and even forces Toy Freddy to buy her an esoteric sex toy to do the act.
  • Early-Installment Weirdness: The relative niceness she displays in the second game is non-existent in her appearance in the first game, as she tries to murder Freddy and co. simply for interrupting her masturbation. Though she did persistently demand Toy Freddy to buy her an esoteric sex toy and murdered Balloon Boy, she never resorted to murder in case of the former, and the victim of the latter had it coming.
  • Friend to All Children: She's the only animatronic who cares about children she entertains and even says that she wants to be hip with the kids. Balloon Boy is the sole exception.
  • Gender Flip: Downplayed; while the original Five Nights at Freddy's cannot agree on whether Mangle is male or female, interchangeably referring to him/her/them/yes with either pronouns, in Five Nights at Fuckboy's, Mangle is consistently portrayed as female (her refusal to enter the women's bathroom to not ruin her masculinity aside), with "she/her" pronouns being used to refer to her.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: She bites off Balloon Boy's frontal lobe and says that she'll tear off his head and shit down his throat if she ever sees him again, horrifying her allies. Though considering that Balloon Boy is a power-hungry megalomaniac who wanted to destroy the Toy animatronics and Fazbear Entertainment, and Take Over the World, it's hard to blame her.
  • Magikarp Power: Compares very unfavorably to Withered Foxy upon receiving her — her Paravolt is mana-costly and has only a meager 8% chance (2 times) to paralyze as opposed to Plank Walk's 50%, instead she can induce Sleep with 50% chance, but Sleep is underwhelming compared to Paralysis. She also has an attack which is like Bonnie's Backup Bash but it consumes ludicrous amounts of mana and has even less chance to hit. And to top it all off she only gets her Real weapon from Omega Streamers, the toughest in the game to beat, which means that she will have crappy offense long after everyone else in the party is hitting in the thousands. When she DOES get her Real weapon, while she still cannot match Foxy's utility, she becomes an incredibly powerful damage dealer rivaling Toy Freddy in power with Electroshock.
  • Not Brainwashed: She's the only Toy animatronic in the first game to not be brainwashed by Balloon Boy and the Puppet, and she even tears off his head during their first meeting. The reason why she fights you, then? Foxy rudely interrupted her masturbation.
  • Only Sane Employee: The sole animatronic who seems to take her job as a child entertainer seriously.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Her brutality and hostility to Balloon Boy actually terrified her allies, including Toy Freddy, who were generally used to her being one of the gentlest animatronics of their group.
  • Shock and Awe: Mangle's skills all involve manipulating her destroyed body in some way, with electricity galore. Except for that one.
  • Token Good Teammate: She happens to be the only one of the animatronics who actually cares about the kids they entertain. The only real jerkish thing Mangle does would be forcing Toy Freddy to get her a sex toy, apart from tearing out Balloon Boy's frontal lobe. It's also later confirmed that she is also immune to the Puppet's brainwashing and is the final boss of the first game's Q Scenario.

Withered Animatronics

    As a whole 
  • Defeat Means Playable: They all must be beaten in a boss fight before they could join the party. Even Withered Golden Freddy can be recruited that way in the Complete Collection, as he was made a proper boss fight instead of being a Total Party Kill menace.
  • Electronic Speech Impediment: Withered animatronics' voices are garbled, crisped, and sometimes their lines repeat themselves.
  • Moveset Clone: They all entirely replicate their 90's counterparts in terms of characteristics, attacks and skillset.
  • My Future Self and Me: Once all conditions are met, Withered animatronics encounter and fight the Refurbs, their future 90's selves. In the Save-Import Scenario, they team up to take on Balloon Boy.
  • Optional Boss: Beating them is not mandatory for the walkthrough unless you want new additions to your party. The sole exception is Withered Foxy, who must be fought during Mangle's recruitment, though his second fight is still optional.

    Withered Freddy
what did i fucking miss
  • Captain Oblivious: He has a habit of asking what did he miss in the unfitting moments. He does so before the final fight with Balloon Boy's Giygas-esque form in 2 when rejoining Toy Freddy's group, and also in Save-Import Scenario right before the Freddies' finishing move on Balloon Boy's One-Winged Angel form, killing the intense mood of the scene.
  • It's All About Me: Much like his 90's counterpart, Withered Freddy is very self-centered. In fact, after being beaten, he assumes that he won and demands Toy Freddy to help him be a huge piece of shit and fuck up everything.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: Shared with original Freddy, his Lead Stinger skill lets him shriek into his microphone to amplify his scream to damage his enemy with a chance to poison them.
  • Weaponized Headgear: Shared with original Freddy, one of Withered Freddy's signature skills is Tophat Toss, which allows him to throw his tophat like a boomerang.

    Withered Bonnie
  • Goomba Stomp: Shared with original Bonnie, his Bunny Hop skill has him jump on his enemy's head multiple times. In the Complete Collection, this skill lets him lower the enemy's defenses.
  • Instrument of Murder:
    • He uses guitars as his personal weapons of choice, whether to attack regularly or to use for powerful skills.
    • His Backup Bash skill inflicts tons of damage, which makes him nearly able to one-shot majority of bosses, but only has a 15% chance of hitting.
    • His Guitar Smash skill gives several hefty hits but destroys all of his guitars. Considering that he wields only one guitar, this skill is better off not to be used, as it would completely disarm him.
  • Losing Your Head: Just like his 90's counterpart, Withered Bonnie complains about his missing headnote . When he meets Bonnie in the Refurbs fight, he actually takes notice on him having a whole head, as opposed to his own lack of head.
    Withered Bonnie: IS THAT...MY FUCKING HEAD?
    Bonnie: (after a Beat) YES

    Withered Chica
Devour my hot bird ass Freddy
  • Flat Character: Even moreso than her 90's counterpart, as no one converses with her much, so her characterization never goes beyond "that one animatronic who always says 'Devour my hot bird ass Freddy.'".
  • The Medic: She is the healing-oriented member of Withered animatronics, with two of her skills being a healing and a reviving skill.
  • One-Word Vocabulary: Just like her 90's counterpart, she can only say "Devour my hot bird ass Freddy" and nothing else.

    Withered Foxy
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: Just like his 90's counterpart, he likes to masturbate, and even stole a sex toy from Mangle just to have something to masturbate with.
  • Hook Hand: His Weapons of Choice are various kinds of pirate hooks.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He's the fastest of all animatronics, possessing the highest agility and is most likely the one who will go first in battle, with only original Foxy matching him in terms of speed. He also doesn't go that far in terms of attack and defense.
  • Recurring Boss: He is the only withered animatronic who is fought twice in the base game. The first time he must be fought to retrieve the sex toy he stole to be able to recruit Mangle. His second fight, however, is optional, and is needed only to recruit him.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: His mouth is as filthy as his 90's counterpart, as his every single voiceline in the game is him telling everyone to fuck off.
  • Walk the Plank: One of his signature skills, shared with original Foxy, is forcing the enemy to walk the plank. This attack possesses very high chance to palalyze, which is greatly helpful when dealing with bosses, as Contractual Boss Immunity is a rarity in the game series (though not as much in the Complete Collection, as the bosses are now more immune to status effects and the attack doesn't paralyze as easily as it used to before).

    80's/Withered Golden Freddy
  • Adaptational Name Change: In the original version of the second game, his name was "80's Golden Freddy". The Complete Collection changes it to "Withered Golden Freddy" instead.
  • Not So Invincible After All: For a very long time, 80's/Withered Golden Freddy was known to be an unstoppable menace who, after appearing, would immediately yiff dicks of his every single target, killing them instantly. But in the Save-Import Scenario (a.k.a. Afterstory), when he tries to yiff Freddy's dick, Freddy gets shielded by a protective forcefield created by Michael Jackson's hat he's been wearing, thus finally rendering Withered Golden Freddy's most dangerous attack ineffective and giving Freddy a perfect chance to turn tables against him.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Similarly to his non-withered counterpart, Withered Golden Freddy also possesses red pupils in his black eyesockets; a trait he normally doesn't have in the original Five Nights at Freddy's series.
  • Superboss: Instead of being a Total Party Kill menace, his appearance in the Complete Collection makes him a super-challenging Optional Boss instead. He possesses a fucking 175,000 HP (which is ~10 times higher than other Withered animatronics and ~3 times higher than the Final Boss) and a wide variety of devastating skills. Defeating him unlocks him as a party member.
  • Total Party Kill: When he appears in the overworld in the original version of the second game, leave the room immediately. 'Cuz if you won't, he'll chase down the party and yiff their dicks, killing them all and leaving you with a Game Over screen. He may also yiff your dicks when appearing in enemy battles, unless he chooses to yiff enemies' dicks instead.
  • Wild Card: In the original version of the second game, he may randomly appear in a regular enemy battle to yiff some dicks. He may either yiff the party's dicks for a Total Party Kill, or enemies' dicks to insta-kill the enemy group and accidentally sparing the player a fight.


Click here to see the Puppet's appearance in the first game/as the Second Puppet 
Click here to see the Phantom Puppet 
  • The Dragon: In the first game, the Puppet serves as second-in-command to Balloon Boy, who used him to revive and brainwash the Toys into doing his bidding. Balloon Boy implies in 2 during the Q Scenario that he is still the Puppet's superior, which he will state if the Second Puppet's timer runs out and it attempts to go after Balloon Boy. Though the Puppet may go after Springtrap in 3, it is later shown that Springtrap is the true second-in-command, and he later kills the Puppet when the it has a change of heart and attempts to stop him.
  • The Dreaded: Instills extreme fear in almost everyone (save for Balloon Boy, whom he serves). When the timer first appears in the first game, Freddy cries "OH GOD THE PUPPET" and says "Fuck my life" when it comes barreling towards him. Later subjected to The Worf Effect when Springtrap obliterates it in one hit.
  • Final-Exam Boss: His boss fight in the Complete Collection's take on the Act 3 of the third game involves him mimicking the mechanics of all three Mask minibosses fought at the ends of earlier floors, swapping between Mask forms of Strength, Wisdom and War for duration of the battle.
  • Gender Flip: In the original Five Nights at Freddy's, the Puppet itself was androgynous and referred to as "it", and it possessed a soul of a girl, thus retroactively making the Puppet female. In Fuckboy's, however, the Puppet is clearly male, saying out his "O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O"s with male text-to-speech voice and one of his nicknames is "Puppet Man".
  • Heel–Face Turn:
    • After three games of finger-tickling chaos and antagonizing the main animatronics, The Puppet attempts to stop Springtrap from reaching the office to revive Balloon Boy in the penultimate cutscene of Act One of 3, but Springtrap responds by blowing him up. And technically he can be considered to be on heroes' side from the very beginning of 3, since this time he's opposing a Villain Protagonist.
    • The Complete Collection finally reveals that Freddy has managed to get him on his side by revealing that he sympathizes with his desire to terrorize other residents of his pizzeria that are not himself, defeating him, and then agreeing to forgive his past transgressions in exchange of the Puppet continuing terrorizing everyone except himself.
  • In-Series Nickname: The Puppet is frequently called "Puppet Man" and "Tickle Fingers" by characters.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: He sure does love to make use of his tickle fingers.
  • Recurring Boss: Is present in every game as an Optional Boss if one can prevent his timer from going off.
  • Stalked by the Bell: In every game, after you defeat a certain number of the cameras (or Phantoms in the third game), a timer will appear that will forebode the Puppet's arrival. You can reset the timer by interacting with it, but if you dawdle for too long without resetting the timer, you will be forced to fight it in a particularly challenging fight. Come Complete Collection, and the first Puppet fights become mandatory, thus giving you a limited time to prepare. The second Puppet fights are instead presented as Superbosses.
  • The Unintelligible: The only thing the Puppet can say is "O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O". Other characters can understand him just fine, though.

    Shadow Bonnie
  • Blatant Lies: When talked to, he tells Toy Freddy that "his fucking head is gone" before attacking him, despite the fact that his head is clearly not gone and is still on his shoulders.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: His voice is much lower-pitched when compared to Bonnie, due to the fact that his sole line of dialogue is just Bonnie's line slowed down.
  • Heel–Face Turn: In Five Nights at Fuckboy's 3, he goes from antagonizing Toy Freddy and co. to helping Golden Freddy in stopping Springtrap and Phantom B.B. to prevent the former from resurrecting the latter.
  • Off with His Head!: In Complete Collection, his head gets added to Toy Freddy's inventory after his death. In other words, "his fucking head is gone".
  • Superboss: He is not mandatory for walkthrough and can be fought only on Critical Mode (Proud Mode in Complete Collection) after destroying all the cameras, and only if Toy Freddy is the only Toy animatronic present (the final condition is not present in Complete Collection). He also pulls no punches, possessing 200,000 HP (>3 times higher than the final boss), inflicting tons of damage and possessing many deadly skills. In Complete Collection, he can even perform 2 actions per turn. And in the original version, considering that Toy animatronics must not be present, that means you'd be nigh-incapable of defeating him without the help from the Debug Room.
  • Voice of the Legion: His voice sounds like multiple voices speaking at once. This is because his voiceline was made by repeating Bonnie's line three times, with 3 frame pause in-between, and each voiceline being progressively slowed down.

    Shadow Freddy
are you ready for freddy
  • Easter Egg: In Five Nights at Fuckboy's 2, he can very rarely appear in the Parts and Service Room. Interacting with him has him Jump Scare the player for a very prolonged time until he disappears, leaving Toy Freddy to say "awkward". In the original game, it gave the player an access to the Debug Room, while in the Complete Collection, it gives the player 10 X-Large Pizzas, 10 X-Large Sodas, 10 Cakes and 10 Donuts.
  • The Heartless: One of his versions of origin according to his Enemy Scan blurb in his battle in the Finale in Complete Collection is that he's the dark manifestation of Freddy's past regrets.
  • Hired Guns: The second version of his origin, again according to his Enemy Scan blurb in his battle in the Finale in Complete Collection, is that he's some random goon that Balloon Boy hired from the streets.
  • Multiple-Choice Past: He's either an enigmatic shadow animatronic that resides in the Parts and Service room in the 80's Freddy Fuckboy's Pizza, a shadowy summon brought from the deep recesses of Golden Freddy's soul, or, per Enemy Scan of his boss battle in Finale, a dark manifestation of Freddy's past regrets or a random guy that B.B. picked from the streets.
  • Sudden Sequel Heel Syndrome: In his debut appearance in the second game, he was a harmless (though still a little scary) Easter Egg, while in the third game he appears in Act 2 as Golden Freddy's summon that assists him in stopping Balloon Boy and Springtrap. But in the Complete Collection, in the remake of the third game's Act 3, he appears as a Climax Boss of the first dungeon, hindering Freddy's progress in stopping Balloon Boy for no clear reason.
    • If one looks closely, his battle avatar as Golden Freddy's summon in the Complete Collection version of 3 appears different from his appearance as an enemy in the Finale, most notably the black vs. dark purple hue and his glowing eyes as a Summon. Combined with the fact that Shadow Freddy is possibly a manifestation of Freddy's past regrets (and not Golden Freddy's) suggests that the two versions of Shadow Freddy might actually be different characters who just happen to have the same name.
  • Turns Red: In Complete Collection, when Shadow Freddy's health drops below 50%, the cutscene plays as Night 5 phone call from Five Nights at Freddy's plays, with the entire screen slowly fading to black. Once the call ends, the screen fades back, with Shadow Freddy's battle sprite changing: his eyes are now glowing and his hue changes to dark red. His attack and defense also increase, and he gains some new attacks, such as the one that has him punch the party member with a flaming fist.

    80's Balloon Boy
  • Action Bomb: His only skill is to explode to deal a massive damage to the enemy, but it kills him as well. Not to mention that to activate his skill, he needs to be killed and revived first so that his TP gauge would be instantly filled.
  • Death of a Child: Gets killed by his 90's self who planned to take his place to destroy Fazbear Entertainment. In fact, he's actually got a mentality of a child here.
  • Joke Character: 80's Balloon Boy is a One-Hit-Point Wonder with rather crappy stats. Thankfully, he's only around for a single battle. He does have a vein of Glass Cannon, though, seeing as how his scream does more damage than anyone else's, and if you revive him he can "literally fucking explode" to deal some harsh damage. Good luck with that, though — he needs to be killed for his tech meter to max out and he dies again after performing it. He does have more HP in the Complete Collection...but he has no new skills and is left with exploding as the only skill.
  • Lethally Stupid: In all the time he spends alive, there's maybe one or two things to describe 80's Balloon Boy with that isn't "so stupid he'll get everyone killed". He opens the Gifts of Enlightenment despite the fact that opening them would attract the wrath of "The Lord" Michael Jackson, forcing the party into a fight against him, and he's also extremely fragile and his only skill is to explode, which kills him as well. It's hard to blame his future self for his contempt of him.
  • My Future Self and Me: Briefly teams up with his future self along with Freddy and Toy Foxy to defeat Michael Jackson...and then gets killed by said future self who planned to take his place in the 80's.
  • One-Hit-Point Wonder: He possesses only one hit point. Averted in the Complete Collection, as he possesses much more HP than he did before.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Only appears for a brief moment in the Save-Import Scenario where he invokes the wrath of Michael Jackson, helps Freddy, his future self and Toy Foxy to beat him, and then dies at the hands of the aforementioned future self who intended to take his place.

    Toy Foxy
  • Adaptational Badass: In the original version of the second game's Save-Import Scenario, Toy Foxy did not possess any skills and was pretty much nothing more than a damage support or Item Caddy. In the Compilation Rerelease remake, however, she now possesses all skills that original Foxy possesses, with some even being upgraded; for instance, her version of Rushdown, Scramble Sortie, has no recoil damage, while her version of Sea Shanty, the Ocean Lullaby, can put an enemy to sleep, besides severely lowering their defense.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Though she is not above assaulting 80's B.B. when he tried to open the presents (even though there is a huge reason why he shouldn't open them), she was still mortified by the sight of him being murdered by 90's B.B., finding it to be too extreme of a punishment.
  • Flat Character: Doesn't display much of personality besides fearing to awaken "The Lord" Michael Jackson and being horrified at the sight of 90's B.B. murdering his 80's counterpart.
  • Original Character: Downplayed; while she's clearly a version of Mangle, an already-existing canon character, but fixed version of Mangle was not present in official games at the time of the release of Five Nights at Fuckboy's 2's Save-Import Scenario.note 
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Once Michael Jackson is beaten, Freddy goes on his vaporwave adventure, and B.B. kills and replaces his past self, Toy Foxy's fate afterwards remains unknown (though it's implied that she would eventually be mangled and become Mangle).

20's Animatronics


are you ready for not freddy
  • Dragon-in-Chief: Balloon Boy is long dead by the time of the third game, so all the physical work for his resurrection is up to Springtrap. Springtrap knows how dependent on him his master is too, being just as insulting to Balloon Boy as the Freddys were because he can get away with it. In fact, the story of Act 2 is far more about Golden Freddy's Roaring Rampage of Revenge against Springtrap than Balloon Boy, and Springtrap has far more presence and lines, and is the character Golden Freddy truly needs to defeat. Case in point, if Golden Freddy defeats Springtrap first and Balloon Boy flees, Golden Freddy wins the fight without the place exploding before it finishes. Golden Freddy probably only sees Balloon Boy as an added bonus.
  • Evil Brit: His TTS voice is characterized with a classy British accent.
  • Evil Former Friend: To Golden Freddy, although they had their falling out long before Springtrap became evil.
  • Have I Mentioned I Am Heterosexual Today?: When Phantom Freddy demands that he inhales his dong, Springtrap refuses by claiming that it will shatter his fragile heterosexuality.
  • Hypocritical Humor: Will ask Balloon Boy to inhale his dong just like the Freddies would, but when Phantom Freddy asks him to do the same he refuses on the basis that it would shatter his fragile heterosexuality. To further the hypocrisy, when he meets the Music Man in the Complete Collection, he tries to flirt with him, pretty much confirming that he never had any heterosexuality to begin with (or meeting Music Man was what finally shattered his fragile heterosexuality, you take your guess).
  • Literal-Minded: Springtrap states that he is not a pine upon being referred to as a lapine by Balloon Boy.
  • Major Injury Underreaction: His response to being caught in a massive pileup during an attempt to conquer his fear of open spaces is a simple ouch.
  • Not so Above It All: While he's much more intelligent when compared to other animatronics, he's still a version of Bonnie. Which means he has his own reservations and compulsions that would complicate the supposedly easy stuff; in his case, the entrance to the office when he learns there's still one lock left. He decides to enter the office to the vents, break the lock from the inside, and then make a dramatic entrance when he could literally just stay inside when he drops in (which is lampshaded by Phantom B.B.), which he decides against with an excuse of "but it's not the same".
  • Power Copying: Is able to copy the Phantom's powers after defeating them, though they get weaker if Springtrap is above a particular level threshold when they're defeated in the original version of the game. The penalty was removed in the Complete Collection.
  • Sophisticated as Hell: This particular line, enhanced by his English accent:
    "your current form leaves much to be desired. weak, pitiful, frail... also it fucking sucks."


    As a whole 
  • Adaptational Species Change: In the original Five Nights at Freddy's 3, the Phantoms were Hallucinations of a security guard. In Five Nights at Fuckboy's series, however, they are animatronic ghosts.
  • Gate Guardian: In Act 1, the Phantom animatronics guard the door to the Fazbear's Fright office, keeping it locked with their supernatural presence. Killing them results in locks breaking off, allowing Springtrap to progress (though there's still one lock left that does not correspond to any Phantom, requiring Springtrap to visit the office through the vents to unlock it from the inside).
  • Our Ghosts Are Different: The Phantoms are lingering ghosts of the long-deceased animatronics of the past. The main four Phantoms (Chica, Mangle, Foxy and Freddy) serve as the guardians of the office door, supernaturally connected to the door locks, and with the destruction of each Phantom, their corresponding lock breaks off.
  • Revenge: In the original version, if Cranky Kong is defeated before them, the Phantom Refurbs appear and reveal that the reason why they want to kill Freddy and co. is because their defeat of Cranky resulted in him exploding, and all four of them were caught in the explosion, horribly charring them and emotionally damaging them to the point that they'll never recover. And they want to make Freddy and co. pay for that.
  • Superboss: In Act 3, all four Phantoms are fought together as the Phantom Refurbs, an extremely difficult fight with each individual member possessing up to 300000 HP, them inflicting tons of damage, and with the player having to fight all four of them at once. In the original version, they even tend to heal and revive each other for maximum health (in the remake, however, only Phantom Chica does the healing and reviving).

    Phantom Chica
  • Hyperactive Metabolism: During the battle, she can restore and regenerate her own health with the use of pizza. Once she's beaten, Springtrap takes her power and learns to materialize Phantom Pizza to heal himself.
  • Immodest Orgasm: When the ghost of Toy Freddy materializes from Toy Freddy's head brought by Springtrap and agrees to devour her hot bird ass, her repeated saying of "Devour my hot bird ass Freddy" during the process hints that she's more than enjoying it.
  • The Medic: When fought as part of the Phantom Refurbs in Act 3, she specializes in healing and reviving her allies. It is necessary to kill her first to prevent her from reviving allies (though, in the original version, everyone can revive each other, rendering the strategy moot).
  • One-Word Vocabulary: Much like all other versions of Chica (barring Toy Chica), Phantom Chica can only say "Devour my hot bird ass Freddy". During the fight with Phantom Refurbs in the Act 3 of third game, she says "Devour my hot bird ass (dead) undead Freddy" instead.
  • Status Infliction Attack: In Complete Collection, she can inflict debuffs on Springtrap with her attacks, lowering either his maximum health or maximum SP or his defenses.
  • Support Party Member: When fought as part of the Phantom Refurbs in Act 3, she can boost her allies' attack and defense.

    Phantom Mangle
T O Y . . .
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: Just like regular Mangle, Phantom Mangle wants to masturbate and pesters Springtrap to have him give her an esoteric sex toy to do the act.
  • Mighty Glacier: She possesses quite a lot of health and sturdy defenses, but her agility is pretty low.
  • Shock and Awe: Most of her attacks rely on her using her endoskeletal structure to shoot electricity from her prosthetics. Once she's beaten, Springtrap takes her power and learns how to use Phantom Volt to strike all enemies with electricity.

    Phantom Foxy
  • Caught with Your Pants Down: Springtrap catches him trying to masturbate, and Phantom Foxy complains about the lack of privacy. He demands Springtrap to bring him something to cover himself with.
  • Choosy Beggar: He wants to masturbate and demands that Springtrap brings him something to cover himself with, but when Springtrap finds a blanket and brings it to him, Phantom Foxy still refuses to accept it, since he accepts only licensed merchandise, thus forcing Springtrap to get a poster of Freddy & co. and find a tape to tape a poster to blanket to make a "licensed" blanket.
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: Just like other Foxies, Phantom Foxy likes to masturbate. He demands Springtrap to bring him something to cover himself with so that he could perform the act uninterrupted.
  • Deadly Lunge: One of his most dangerous abilities is lunging and clawing at enemy. Springtrap learns this ability as well after defeating him and taking his power.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He is extremely fast and agile, and will always be the first one to perform the action. He also doesn't fall that far in terms of health and defenses.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: A trait he shares with other versions of Foxy, Phantom Foxy cannot say a single sentence without dropping a "fuck" or "shit" here and there.
    Phantom Foxy: G E T⠀F U C K I N G⠀F U C K E D⠀Y O U⠀M O T H E R F U C K I N G⠀M O T H E R F U C K E R
  • Skewed Priorities: Despite the fact that he desperately wants to masturbate and wants something to cover himself with when doing the act, Phantom Foxy still refuses to take a plain old blanket due to the fact that he accepts only licensed merchandise.

    Phantom Freddy

Lefty's Group

    As a whole 
  • Optional Boss: None of them are required for beating the game, but defeating them unlocks new skills for Springtrap.

    Lefty and Helpy
now you shall face us both
  • An Arm and a Leg: Helpy has lost both of his legs because of a past incident involving Springtrap being the main reason.
  • Decomposite Character: In Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator, Lefty was a new body for Puppet and its human child's soul to inhabit. This Lefty, however, is not related to the resident Puppet Man at all.
  • Disabled in the Adaptation: Helpy is now missing both of his legs in this fangame.
  • Dual Boss: Once Lefty's health is dropped to half, Helpy appears to assist him, forcing Springtrap to fight them both.
    Lefty: now you shall face us both
    Springtrap: okay but why
    Helpy: for willingly saying the fuck word
  • Eye Scream: Long time ago, Springtrap tore off Lefty's left eye and ate it. Lefty has been looking for revenge ever since.
  • Fusion Dance: In the Proud Mode, whether Lefty or Helpy's health gets dropped to zero, they merge into El Izquierdista (who resembles Lefty, but with Helpy's eye filling his eyesocket).
  • Gratuitous Spanish: Their merged form is called El Izquierdista ("Leftist" in Spanish). Because, you know, it's a transformed form of a character called Lefty.
  • Revenge: Lefty and Helpy were looking for Springtrap to have revenge on him for fucking them over in the past, such as being responsible for Helpy's loss of legs and tearing out and eating Lefty's eye.
  • Shock and Awe: One of Lefty's skills has him strike Springtrap with an electric jolt. As El Izquierdista, he can also prod Springtrap with an endoskeletal limb to strike him with electricity.
  • Support Party Member: Most of Helpy's skills are oriented around assisting Lefty either by weakening Springtrap (such as dispelling his status buffs, poisoning him, or sapping his SP and spooking him to gradually lower his TP), or by charging up his skills or by increasing his team's agility.
  • Weaponized Headgear: Lefty can throw his tophat like a boomerang or crash it into Springtrap.

    Trash and the Gang
  • Adapted Out: Pan Stan is the only member of the group to be missing.
  • Ambiguous Syntax: Played for Laughs; before facing Springtrap, Bucket Bob taunts him with the saying of "EAT MY FUCK BITCH", with the syntax not making it clear whether he wants Springtrap to eat his "fuck bitch", or calling him a bitch and telling him to eat his "fuck". When Springtrap tells him to use commas as a "necessary evil", Bucket Bob either misunderstands him or reveals that he meant the entirely different thing from the start, as he tells Springtrap to eat while calling him his "fuck-bitch".
  • Animate Inanimate Object: All of them are crudely-made characters made out of actual junk, who are somehow alive.
  • Making a Splash: Bucket Bob can pour water on Springtrap, damaging him and lowering his max skill.
  • Poisonous Person: Mr. Can-Do can throw garbage at Springtrap that can poison him.
  • Support Party Member: Mr. Hugs can assist his allies by vacuuming the floor, somehow increasing their attack, defense or agility.
  • Use Your Head: Bucket Bob and Mr. Can-Do can both slam their head into Springtrap for some heavy damage.
  • Wolfpack Boss: Though initially Bucket Bob is fought alone, but when he receives enough damage, other members of the Trash Gang start appearing: starting with No. 1 Crate, who is then followed by Mr. Can-Do, and then by Mr. Hugs.

    Rockstar Freddy
  • Flat Character: Due to not saying a single word, it's unclear what kind of personality he has, or does he have one in the first place. His Enemy Scan description even implies that he's actually an Empty Shell, rather than an actual living animatronic.
  • Goomba Stomp: Similarly to Bonnie, Rockstar Freddy can jump on his opponent's head.
  • Silent Antagonist: Never utters a single word. No taunts, no reactions to Springtrap's sayings, only silence.
  • Status Buff: He can increase his attack or defense via energetic/soothing music respectively.
  • Weaponized Headgear: Similarly to regular Freddy, Rockstar Freddy can throw his tophat like a boomerang.

    Music Man
  • Instrument of Murder: He uses his cymbals as a weapon, and can inflicts various debuffs by banging them.
  • Rapid-Fire "No!": When Springtrap starts flirting with him, he gets mortified and responds with extremely long string of "NO"s.
  • Status Infliction Attack: He can inflict various debuffs by banging his cymbals, such as stunning, decreasing max health, max skill, attack, defense or agility.


Just, you're not getting into the office.
  • Final Boss: He's the final mandatory opponent Springtrap faces in Act 1 in the third game's Complete Collection remake.
  • Fire-Breathing Weapon: After his second phase is beaten, he spits out a fire that follows Springtrap and will damage him every time on contact until he dies. Springtrap is required to turn on the vent sprinklers to dose the flame.
  • Punch-Clock Hero: For a certain definition of "hero" by virtue of opposing the Villain Protagonist; the reason why he wants to prevent Springtrap from reaching to the office is because this is his below-minimum wage job that he needs to do to gain income to feed his two kids.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: He replaces the Vent Security System that was present in the original version of Five Nights at Fuckboy's 3.

    90's Endoskeleton
..⠀-- .. ... ...⠀-.-- --- ..-⠀-.- .- .-. . -.
  • Everyone Knows Morse: 90's Endoskeleton communicates entirely in Morse code, to make him sound more robot-like. Of course, in the original game, he doesn't say anything meaningful, as his speech translates to mishmashy keyboard gibberish.If you're curious...  In the Complete Collection, however, his speech actually has ciphered messages.Messages in question? 
  • Superboss: 90's Endoskeleton is an entirely optional boss can be fought by Springtrap only after defeating the Past Puppet and obtaining all the Key Shards from each Phantom Party Hat (the latter requirement is dropped in the Complete Collection). He is also very difficult to beat, as he has tons of health (130000 in the original version, 80000 in Complete Collection, and 120000 in Complete Collection's Proud Mode), inflicts lots of damage and has a vast array of devastating skills. He can also dispel Springtrap's buffs and remove his own status ailments. Defeating him allows Golden Freddy to fight 80's Endoskeleton in Act 2, and in Complete Collection, Springtrap obtains Golder Wire Whip after defeating him (though he throws it away in Proud Mode).

    80's Endoskeleton
  • Divergent Character Evolution: In the original version of Five Nights at Fuckboy's 3, 80's Endoskeleton was pretty much a clone of 90's Endoskeleton, but weaker. In Complete Collection, however, his moveset was altered to resemble Foxy (a nod to how similar he is to Foxy's endoskeleton in appearance), with extremely high agility and similar moves (such as Plank Walk (but it lowers attack and defense instead of paralyzing), Speed Share, and Rushdown).
  • Optional Boss: 80's Endoskeleton can be fought only after the defeat of 90's Endoskeleton in Act 1 and the destruction of 6 cameras, disappearing after the 7th one (8th one in Complete Collection) is destroyed. He is more challenging than the cameras fought prior to his encounter, but is still fairly tame as far as bosses of Act 2 go. In the original version of the game, defeating him gave the player an access to the password that would allow them to fight Endoskeleton Prime in Act 3, which is further evidenced by the fact that his last words are him calling for Prime.
  • Robo Speak: Similarly to 90's Endoskeleton, 80's Endoskeleton speaks in some sort of electronic code, though unlike 90's Endoskeleton, his speech is pure gibberish that isn't based on any preexisting code.
  • With My Dying Breath I Summon You: Once Golden Freddy defeats and breaks him down, 80's Endoskeleton calls for Endoskeleton Prime on his dying breath.

the lapine man
  • Decomposite Character: Unlike in the original Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator, where he was another form of Springtrap, Five Nights at Fuckboy's version of Scraptrap is a separate individual instead, though he is implied to be a member of his family if Springtrap's post-battle monologue is anything to go by.
    Springtrap: perhaps i should go sacrifice more of my family to fund my retirement plan
  • Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: His appearance literally has no foreshadowing, explanation behind and indication of his arrival; after all requirements are met, he just...stands there, ready to fight Springtrap.
  • Mirror Boss: Many of his attacks are very similar to Springtrap's skills, including status boosts, damaging skills, Status-Buff Dispel attack, and even the Limit Break attack. He also performs two actions per turn, just like Springtrap does. In other words, fighting him feels like fighting another Springtrap (fitting, considering that canonically he is a version of Springtrap).
  • Superboss: He's the final superboss that can be fought in Act 1; he can be fought during the dramatic entrance to the office only after you beat all other Optional Bosses and Superbosses (Past Puppet, 90's Endoskeleton, Pizzeria Simulator animatronics, and Phantom Tupac), and he's insanely difficult to beat; not only he possesses a whooping 200,000 HP (even more than the Final Boss), but he can deal lots of damage, can perform two actions per turn, and possesses a vast array of devastating skills, many of which can inflict damage multiple times. He also frequently removes status buffs from Springtrap and can greatly boost his own stats.
  • Take That!: His Enemy Scan blurb is a not-so-subtle jab related to how invokedpoorly-received Springtrap's redesign was in Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator.
    ...what the hell is this? Just looking at it fils(sic) you with rage.

  • Defeat Means Friendship: After being defeated by Freddy, he decides to "grace him with his companionship", joining his party.
  • Last Episode, New Character: He is introduced in the second half of Complete Collection's remake of Act 3 of the third game, which is the Finale of the game.
  • Religious Bruiser: He directly invokes the powers of two Physical Gods of Five Nights at Fuckboy's universe, Michael Jackson and Cranky Kong, in his two skills: MJ's Left Hand and Cranky's RH (Right Hand). These skills greatly lower enemies' attack and defense respectively.
  • Rooftop Confrontation: He is fought on the rooftop of the Tower atop Freddy Fuckboy's Pizza.

Other Characters

    Splash Woman
hello my fuckboy
  • All Take and No Give: Splash Woman used to be in a parasitic relationship with Toy Freddy, cheating on him ten times, stealing his car and forcing him to have a child against his will, also siphoning out Toy Freddy's money through child support.
  • Asshole Victim: Despite her behaviour definitely not justifying Toy Freddy's following actions, Splash Woman did cheat on him ten times, steal his car and siphon out his money through child support.
  • Faux Affably Evil: When fighting Toy Freddy in 2, she speaks to him in an affectionate manner, complete with reminding him of supposedly happy times they've had together (a sentiment he doesn't share) and trying to downplay the bad things she had done against him, all while trying to murder him.
    Splash Woman: remember all those years we had together freddy
    Toy Freddy: remember all those years you were a piece of shit
  • Gag Boobs: Splash Woman's sprite in 2 portrays her with a comically oversized bustnote . 3 instead uses her promotional render from Mega Man 9 until she transforms. The dialogue from Freddy in 3 implies that her boobs grew due to some weird chemical reaction, of which Freddy informs her that will happen in the next few years, presumably leading to her current appearance in 2.
  • Groin Attack: One of her attacks involves stabbing her enemy into a groin. It's a good thing the animatronics are not organic and have a sturdy shell, because she uses her trident to pull it off.
  • Making a Splash: One of her attacks in the original version of the game involves her summoning tidal waves to attack all enemies.
  • Mama Bear: The W Scenario reveals that Splash Woman went after Toy Freddy in 2 out of grief after he sent their son back in time just to simulatenously abandon and get revenge on them. When Freddy and co. show up at her house in 3's third act she completely loses her shit upon seeing him due to his resemblance to her ex and goes One-Winged Angel to fight them.
  • One-Winged Angel: She assumes a slightly different form to take on the Refurbs in 3 Act 3, in contrast to her battling Toy Freddy as her normal (yet big-busted) self in 2.
  • Prongs of Poseidon: She's a hydrokinetic who uses a trident in her Stab attack, going for the target's groin.
  • Psycho Ex-Girlfriend: She is Toy Freddy's ex-wife who tries to murder him for dumping her, though her desire to murder him is partly attributed to the fact that he threw their son into the past as a way to have revenge on her.
  • Really Gets Around: Claims to have cheated on Toy Freddy "only" ten times while they were still together.

  • Antagonistic Offspring: Wants revenge on his father, Toy Freddy, for abandoning him in the past.
  • Logic Bomb: His Step on the Beach skill is Exactly What It Says on the Tin, something even the skill's description lampshades. That would be simple if it weren't for the fact that Vile is in a pizzeria that is located nowhere near a beach and without any sand. The poor sap he subjects this to immediately becomes confused. It's the only source of confusion in the series, as it's usually called getting stoned everywhere else.
  • Nap-Inducing Speak: One of Vile's attacks involves him discussing science (and politics) to bore his target to sleep.
  • No Indoor Voice: He's nearly always yelling and shouting to an extent, and his dialogue is rendered in All Caps. To date, there were only two instances when he didn't yell.

    "The Lord" Michael Jackson
  • Berserk Button: When 80's Balloon Boy opens his presents in the Kids' Cove, Michael Jackson appears to kill him and everyone present. Let's just say there's a good reason why no one wants to invoke his wrath.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Though he appears very briefly to fight Freddy Fuckboy, both Balloon Boys of 90's and 80's, and Toy Foxy, and then leaves when he's beaten in Mecha Jackson form, him leaving his hat in Freddy Fuckboy's possession ends up saving the bear's life when Withered Golden Freddy appears to yiff his dick, allowing him to turn the tables against him.
  • Dance Battler: He uses his various famous dance moves to attack. He can use his famous Moonwalk Dance to inflict heavy damage to a single party member, or his Anti-Gravity Lean to paralyze a party member or heal himself (in the original version of the game)/lower several party members' attack and/or defense.
  • The Dreaded: Absolutely everyone is terrified of invoking Michael Jackson's wrath and refuses to summon him, except for 80's Balloon Boy.
  • Graceful Loser: When he's defeated, he lets Freddy Fuckboy keep his hat, acknowledging him as a Worthy Opponent. Said hat shields him from dick-yiffing at the hands of Withered Golden Freddy.
  • Moonwalk Dance: Fittingly enough, Michael Jackson can use his signature moonwalk dance as one of his abilities, dealing some heavy damage to a single party member (and in Complete Collection, it has a small chance to make the target high).
  • One-Winged Angel: After taking enough hits, Michael Jackson transforms into Mecha Jackson, becoming much stronger and his skills becoming much more damaging, and in Complete Collection, he even gains a new skill that has him transform into a jet engine to deal some heavy damage to the entire party.
  • Weaponized Headgear: In the original version of the game, Michael Jackson was able to throw his hat like a boomerang, not unlike how Freddy Fuckboy can do that with his Tophat Toss.

    Endoskeleton Prime
  • Counter-Attack: In the original version of the game, Endoskeleton Prime always counterattacks when Freddy and co. use regular attacks. This trait has been removed in the Complete Collection.
  • Misplaced Retribution: He tries to kill Freddy and his gang for allegedly slaughtering many of "his mechanical brethren", referencing how, to be able to fight him in the original version of the game, the player needs to destroy 90's Endoskeleton and 80's Endoskeleton in the third game's previous two acts, implying that he seeks to avenge their deaths. What he's unaware of is the fact that Freddy had nothing to do with their deaths; 90's Endoskeleton was killed by Springtrap, while 80's Endoskeleton was killed by Golden Freddy.
  • Robo Speak: He is voiced by a much more electronically sounding text-to-speech program, making him sound much more robotic than other animatronics.
  • Superboss: He can be fought only after you obtain the Light Core (and in the original version of the game, only after you input the special password available after beating the 80's Endoskeleton in the title screen when selecting Act 3). He also possesses tons of health, high attack and defenses, and a devastating array of skills. In the original version, he was even harder, as he always countered regular attacks and could even inflict paralysis with his attacks.
  • Terminator Impersonator: His design uses a Terminator's endoskeleton with Mangle's endoskeleton head replacing the Terminator's. In the original version, it was Marcus Wright's Terminator endoskeleton, while in the Complete Collection, it's T-800's endoskeleton instead.

    Cranky Kong
git gud
  • Adaptational Badass: Sure, Cranky Kong was no slouch in the original Donkey Kong series, but Five Nights at Fuckboy's takes it to absurd extremes by outright making him a Physical God.
  • Damage-Sponge Boss: In his Boss Battle, Cranky has the maximum possible health of 999,999 AND regenerates 15,000 per round, cutting the effective damage you do to size.
  • Defeat Equals Explosion: In the original version of the game, if the player somehow manages to defeat him, Cranky ends up dying in the massive explosion, with Freddy taunting him afterwards with his own "git gud" Game Over screen. Said explosion also chars and emotionally scars the Phantom animatronic quartet, altering their pre-battle dialogue after Cranky is defeated.
  • Game-Over Man: His role in the game series, at least until Fuckboy's 3, basically amounts to this. If you die at any point, you are treated to a screen of Cranky Kong from the "Cranky's Advice" section of the Donkey Kong Country manual with "git gud" in his speech bubble.
  • Hopeless Boss Fight: There is no winning against Cranky Kong. He possesses too much health, which he regenerates in huge numbers every round, his attacks inflict damage that greatly exceeds the health pools of every single character and target multiple party members (sometimes even targetting an entire party), and he is immune to every status effect, including death itself in the Complete Collection.
  • One-Hit Kill: His skills aren't technically instant-death but they do so much damage that they're guaranteed to completely decimate anyone that gets struck by them.
  • Optional Boss: The battle against Cranky Kong is entirely optional.
  • Physical God: He's pretty much the god of Five Nights at Fuckboy's universe, capable of nearly destroying a galaxy by creating a supernova, and can provide blessings to those who prove themselves to be worthy in his eyes (or "git gud", as he himself would say), which greatly empower those who receive said blessings.
  • Smoking Is Cool: Cranky smokes three cigarettes in his boss battle.
  • Unwinnable by Design: His entire boss battle is not designed to be winnable, as he inflicts so much damage that you'll never be able to survive his hits, and he tends to attack multiple party members, sometimes even going for a Total Party Kill, and he possesses so much health (which he constantly regenerates) that it's basically impossible to hurt him at all. In fact, in the Complete Collection, he is immune to death status, which means even if you somehow deplete his entire health pool, he'll still survive anyway.