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Characters / Those Nights At Rachels

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    The Night Guard 

The protagonist of the game; a night guard who recently joined Doug and Rachel's, only to end up in over his head once the animatronics start coming after him.

  • Action Survivor: Survives 5 nights with six malicious animatronics coming for his head!
  • Bad Dreams: As the ending shows, he has nightmares about The Thing coming after him, probably brought on from the stress of the job.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Remind us again why this guy keeps coming back to a job that threatens to get him killed for five days? At least it's somewhat justified by Night 5, in which he overhears a phone call from Phone Guy to the Manager, revealing some... interesting information that the police might like to hear...

    Phone Guy 

This game's version of Phone Guy, who (like his FNaF counterpart) gives you tips on how to survive and tidbits about the story.

  • Big Bad Friend: It's revealed he sabotaged Freddy Fazbear's Pizza and is feeding you lies regarding the game's backstory. If that wasn't bad enough, it's also implied he's the Purple Guy!
  • Is This Thing Still On?: Accidentally calls you while on the phone with somebody else during Night 3. He also does this for the entirety of his Night 5 phone call.
  • Mr. Exposition: He's your sole source of information on the game's plot, aside from the newspaper clippings on the wall.
  • Undying Loyalty: Unlike his FNaF counterpart, averted; he calls Doug and Rachel's a "hellhole", and hates it "in many ways you probably can't imagine". Possibly played straight, though, as the Night 5 Phone Call implies that he's working with the manager to help Doug and Rachel's get ahead of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza... by any means necessary.
  • Unreliable Expositor: Turns out he's in league with the Manager, and admits (though not intentionally) that he has you "tangled in [his] strings", so it's likely that what a lot of what he's saying is false.

    The Manager/Phil 

The manager of Doug and Rachel's. He's gone missing recently, and he doesn't really want to be attached to the place anymore.

  • The Ghost: You never see or hear from him in gameplay, but you hear a lot about him from Phone Guy.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: His disappearance is likely due to his guilt over letting the Purple Guy kill kids just to get Freddy Fazbear's closed down and make his restaurant more popular.


    In General 

The amazing animatronics from Doug and Rachel's. They tend to wander a bit at night.

    Rachel the Rabbit
One of the faces of the restaurant, alongside Doug the Dog.
  • Alliterative Name: Rachel the Rabbit.
  • Big Bad: Well, the game is named after her... Ultimately subverted; she's not as menacing as The Thing, and she isn't as evil as the Manager and Phone Guy.
  • Hair-Raising Hare: She's a homicidal robot bunny. It comes with the territory.
  • Nested Mouths: You can see her endoskeleton through her mouth (as shown in the picture to the right), making her look like something out of Alien.
  • The Smurfette Principle: The only animatronic in the game to be female.

    Doug the Dog
One of the faces of the restaurant, alongside Rachel the Rabbit.

    Pete the Pig
One of the musicians in the animatronic band at Doug and Rachel's.

    Bane the Bull
Another one of the musicians in the animatronic band at Doug and Rachel's.

    Ray the Raccoon
A raccoon animatronic that is stationed in a little hut away from the rest of the animatronics.



    The Thing
This abomination is what lurks within the coffin in the back room. It hides behind curtains, and requires constant attention to keep him from jumping you, like the Puppet from Five Nights at Freddy's 2.

    Shadow Rachel 

A strange entity that resembles a completely black version of Rachel, with bright-white eyes and teeth. She randomly appears in the back room.


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