Five Nights at Freddy’s THE LORE pt. 4

Helloooo, welcome back to the weekly FNAF lore blogs. Last blog we talked about Henry moving on with the business without William. Not much happened last blog in the lore but this one is juicy with lore. Enjoy. 

William thought for the entire drive home what he should do next. William still had the spring Bonnie suit he used in the beginning. While meeting eyes with the suit he got the terrible, itching feeling to kill again. Within seconds William thought of a perfect target. Charlette Emily, the daughter of Henry. Henry’s words back at the diner echoed through William’s head. Now his daughter would die. In Williams mind Henry deserved to feel a pain unlike any other. But with the entire new security system, how would William do this? William though overnight on how he would do this. How he would avoid the issue of the puppet, the facial identification. William though, the puppet is dependent on the box being open. So, what if something held the box shut? If Charlie left the pizzeria with no puppet to stop her. Who would be there to save her? This is when William crafted the plan fully and the next day would put it into motion.

One night a group of bullies closed the puppets box shut and locked Charlie outside the pizzeria. Charlie ran into an ally lost. William was at the end of the ally, waiting. He called her to him, and she came. Charlie knew who he was, but not his past or his motives. William pulled something from behind his back and used it to kill Charlie outside the ally way beside the pizza place. William thought to get rid of the evidence and body, but he didn’t. He thought since it was hailing down with rain all evidence would wash away. The puppet knocked its box wide open and knew where Charlie had gone to. It’s only mission was to protect her and bring her back inside. The puppet made its way outside and tried to get to her, but he was breaking down due to the heavy rain. It found Charlie but by now it could barely move to her. When the puppet found out it failed its mission he rested beside Charlie, decomposing in the rain and unable to move.

Henry nor the police could find Charlie. Henry went to look for the puppet only to find its box pushed wide open. After, he went outside to find its body lying in the ally severely damaged. Then, he saw Charlie. But Henry wasn’t stupid he knew it was William that did this. Henry was enraged and began thinking whether the business should close or not. He thought he would be proving William right if he closed the business. Henry goes on a well-deserved break and let his team work on the business during his absence.

Things started becoming interesting to William. How many more times could he kill and get away with it? William decided to go back and make a repeat of his first killing spree. He knew the old animatronic suits were being moved to this new location. That game him the idea of how exactly to get into this new location without setting off the other animatronics facial ID, the spring bonnie suit. He found it in the parts and services room. So, one night William put it on and roamed the building killing another set of 5 children. The original children killed in the first Fredbears were back. Now possessing the work in progress animatronics, they were originally stuffed in. Their spirits were able to stay there forever. Evan himself, William’s child, was given a second chance in fredbear. Now, the recently killed 5 children are given the same second chance by the puppet. Their spirits were sent into the animatronics made by Henry, the toy animatronics and balloon boy. No one would ever find out about the puppet “giving life” to the deceased children. The animatronics acted and performed as they did originally, but now their goals were to find their killer and finish him off for good. Each night they would harass the night shift worker to see if he was William. The company dismissed this as abnormal and claimed to understand.

“Uh…you’re only the second guard to work at that location. Uh, the first guy finished his week, but complained about…conditions. Uh, we switched him over to the day shift, so hey, lucky you, right? Uh mainly he expressed concern that certain characters seemed to move around at night, and even attempted to get into his office. Now, from what we know that should be impossible. Uh, that restaurant should be the safest place on earth. So, while our engineers don’t really have an explanation for this, the robot’s theory is that…the robots were never given a proper ‘night mode.’ So, when it gets quiet, they think they’re in the wrong room, so then they go to try and find where the people are, and in this case, that’s your office.”

Author: Ava Lambert

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