Fazbear In Before
They discover the still-functioning control panel which makes the robots move, and Charlie finds a fourth robot - Foxy the Pirate Fox - which cuts her arm with its hook. The next morning, haunted by recent events, Charlie tells John that before moving to Hurricane her father owned another restaurant called Fredbear's Family Diner, which featured two performing robots, yellow versions of Freddy Fazbear and Bonnie the Bunny.
Fazbear in Before
As the robots drag William's corpse away, Chief Burke escorts everyone out of the mall. The friends go their separate ways, and before leaving Hurricane, Charlie visits her father's grave, remembering a happy day she had with him.
Five Nights at Freddy's 3 takes place before the planned opening of Fazbear's Fright and shows a week of work of a new night guard. Before his second night shift, Phone Dude finds a Safe Room in the last Freddy Fazbear's Pizza location, finding a couple of things, including Springtrap and vintage audio tapes. Phone Dude saw a rotten, dead body left inside this animatronic, but he decided to take and use it anyway.
Freddy starts moving on Night 2, although very inactive on said night, and activity only picks up on Night 3. Freddy starts the night in the Parts/Service room, looking rather dazed, with the other old animatronics, with Freddy being the last to exit the room. He then enters into the Main Hall and then to Party Room 3 to stare into the camera, before standing in the hallway just outside the office, only a step away from entering.
Unlike the other old animatronics, Freddy is far less active and goes into the Office much more rarely than the others. However, he has a similar role to them and is still an incredibly active animatronic. As with Bonnie and Chica, Freddy does not appear to become active enough to enter the Office until Night 3, as he did in the original game. Freddy takes the path down the entrance hallway, entering the Office through the said hallway, similar to Toy Freddy. However, unlike Toy Freddy, Freddy has only one phase in the hallway before entering the Office.
When Freddy is in the hallway and the player lowers the Monitor, Freddy will stand in front of the desk as the lights constantly flicker before he vanishes. The player must put on the Freddy Fazbear Head the moment they see Freddy inside The Office to avoid imminent death. Delaying or neglecting to don the head will cause the screen to blackout as normal, only for him to return and give the player a "Game Over" after raising and lowering the Monitor. He may also forcibly pull down the Monitor or remove the Freddy Head if left on for some time after failing to ward him off. However, if Freddy is warded off via equipping the Freddy Fazbear Head, then he returns to Parts/Service, and his cycle repeats. It should be noted that the player must keep tabs on Freddy when he is in the hallway because staying too long in the Monitor while he's in the hallway will immediately trigger his jumpscare without entering the Office.
According to Phone Guy in Five Nights at Freddy's 2, the original restaurant was named "Fredbear's Family Diner," presumably a local family restaurant, before being bought and re-enfranchised as "Freddy Fazbear's Pizza." By the time the events of the second game occurred, the original restaurant and owner have been gone for years.
Template:FFP2 InfoboxIn Five Nights at Freddy's 2, Freddy Fazbear's Pizza seems to have been a larger establishment before the events of the first game took place. As mentioned in a newspaper after beating Night 6 of the second game, the restaurant would soon be shut down. However, the possibility of a reopening is mentioned, albeit with a lower budget. This may explain why the restaurant in the first game has limited power, a smaller location, and four active animatronics instead of six.
The minigames suggest that this safe room was where The Missing Children Incident took place. They also imply that the safe room was the final resting place of Purple Guy, after bleeding to death in the Springtrap animatronic-costume hybrid while trying to escape the vengeful spirits of the children. As nothing was removed from the safe rooms before the false wall was built, it is very likely that his corpse lay there until it was found by the employees at Fazbear's Fright.
Although the events of Five Nights at Freddy's 4 do not take place in Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, events in several of the Minigames do take place in Fredbear's Family Diner, which could possibly be Freddy Fazbear's Pizza by some (before Sister Location).
The Freddy Fazbear's Pizza location in Los Angeles, California was the main location of all of the FNAF Musicals staring with FNaF the Musical: Night 1. It was once a Fredbear's Family Diner location before it was rebranded as Freddy Fazbear's Pizza in 1987. It eventually burned down to the ground after its owner, William Afton was fending off Springtrap while he was burning down the place with his chainsaw-flamethrower.
Freddy Fazbear is the primary antagonist of the indie horror game, Five nights at Freddy's and its upcoming sequel Five nights at Freddy's 2. Freddy is considered the mascot for the series. He is generally the least active animatronic up until night 4, but can still kill players on the nights before.
Henry Emily is one of the founders of Fazbear Entertainment alongside his business partner, William Afton. However, his daughter, Charlotte Emily was later killed by William, and he has considered suicide out of regret for everything that he unknowingly helped Afton to do, as well as the immense emotional pain he suffered when he lost his daughter. He sells the company and subsequently goes into hiding, but decades later, he finally returns to destroy Afton's legacy before he allows himself to "sleep."
One of Henry's attempts was a program and plan named "Paragraph 4". The plan was to open a new Freddy Fazbear's Pizza restaurant managed by Michael Afton, before burning it all down along with William Afton and various other trapped souls as well. However, the plan failed due to unknown reason and multiple entities escaped again. Henry decided to reattempt to destroy William Afton, which led to the events of Fazbear Tycoon.
At some point before Fazbear Tycoon, Henry has also created Fazbear Entertainment Security Archive and recorded all unusual, worth-noting and/or supernatural events that occurred during the running of various Freddy Fazbear's Pizza restaurants.
The Silver Eyes is the debut novel of Cawthon and Breed-Wrisley, hired from ghostwriting firm Kevin Anderson & Associates. It the first licensed novel based on Cawthon's video game series Five Nights at Freddy's. While several elements carried on to the games, it is considered to be in a separate continuity. Digitally self-published in 2015, it was published in print by Scholastic the following year before spending four weeks at #1 on The New York Times Best Seller list in Young Adult Paperbacks. The Silver Eyes was followed by sequels The Twisted Ones (2017) and The Fourth Closet (2018) and a graphic novel adaptation in 2019.
Five Nights at Freddy's is a point-and-click survival horror video game series, created by independent developer Scott Cawthon. In the first game, Five Nights at Freddy's (2014), the player acts as a night security guard at a pizzeria, where for five nights they must survive against four animatronic mascots who attempt to kill them until their shift ends. The game gained a cult following, and three sequels had been released before The Silver Eyes was first published. Early installments include hidden lore which reveals that several children were murdered at the restaurant and the victims now possess the animatronics. The third game reveals that the perpetrator died from a spring lock failure and Sister Location (2016), released after the book, reveals them to be the proprietor William Afton, who also designed the animatronics in his restaurants.
In December 2015, Cawthon announced on Steam that he and a professional writer had been working on a Five Nights at Freddy's novel for the last ten months. He also said that the book would "[expand] the mythos and [reveal] a human element never before seen in the games". Cawthon's website soon teased that the novel would be titled Five Nights at Freddy's: The Untold Story and digitally self-published on Amazon Kindle on the 22nd, before being published in print on a later date. However, the title was later hidden and changed to Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes. Due to confusion with the system, the e-book was accidentally released early on the 17th. Written by Cawthon and Kira Breed-Wrisley, hired from ghostwriting firm Kevin Anderson & Associates, The Silver Eyes is the first licensed Five Nights at Freddy's novel.
The Fazbear's Return & The Sea Shift Archive is a archive collection of all the games that Scribby originally made. This was released on October 22, 2021. This was the last thing Scribby released before leaving Game Jolt.
Freddy is first seen when Mike Schmidt is entering the office. He was on the stage and turns to look at Mike, whilst doing this, he does some sinister laughter. He is seen again on Night 2, after the power goes out, he tries to kill Mike, walking slowly and menacingly towards him but it turned 6AM before he could kill Mike. The next night, Freddy is first seen on the stage, later on, the power goes out and Freddy tries to kill Mike again but Mike uses his flashlight on Freddy, causing him to run away. Mike stepped into the corridor and Freddy began to charge at him but Mike restored the power and closes the door and Freddy. Freddy is absent for some of the night while the other 3 are destroyed. Freddy later appears at Mike's door as the last surviving of the 4 animatronics. He walked towards Mike but he was pushed out into the corridor by Mike, he was hit in the face with a fan and fell into the office. Mike pushed Freddy aside and locked him in the office, Freddy let out a growl. 041b061a72