Five Nights at Freddy’s THE LORE: pt. 6

Hello! Welcome to part 6. For a little update, I do follow a video for the lore I can’t pull all the specific details out my brain, but we are almost 40 minutes through the video and it is an hour and a half long so we’re getting somewhat close to ending the FNAF lore! Well, here’s part 6!

William’s wife eventually comes back to visit him. William immediately makes a point that he hates his son Michael and wants her to take him or William will throw him out to the streets. They argue, but after an hour William decides he is done with the argument and storms off to his car. Williams wife begins screaming and shouting that he- silence, as blood rushed from her stomach and she watches William stare while she falls to the ground to never wake again. He drags her to the car mumbling, “I’ll put you back together too.”

William begins working with Circus Baby sitting across from him. He thinks back to why he created circus baby and loosing Elizabeth from that. But nothing else to lose, why stop at one freak show? During the night William creates his next two animatronics: Funtime Freddy and Funtime Foxy. Both had different ways of luring and killing children. William also made a third animatronic that night; Ballora, a ballerina that would sing and spin. William based this animatronic not on luring and capturing, but on containing and storing his wife. With these 4 new animatronics and their AI systems; William opened a new location. No one that could be seen easily with an outsider’s view. An underground location where customers could rent outand have the animatronics at their birthday. This new location would be called, “Circus Baby’s Entertainment and Rentals.”

Almost a year after Fazbear Entertainment closed the company they open a new location up to the public, Freddy Fazbears Pizzeria, but new. Henry and Williams rivalry continues with Williams grand opening. But besides all of this, unknowingly to William the animatronics are possessed, to make it worse some are his own family such as circus baby, fredbear, and ballora. These animatronics are angry, hungry for blood, trying to find their killer.

William sneaks into Freddy’s and heads towards the animatronics. With only one goal in his unstable mind. He destroys every animatronic at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria. The souls of the four children were freed from their eternal cage. William knew something was wrong, he knew the children were still in there. Now free of their prison, the children were angry, staring at their killer. They move towards William in rage. He looks around for something to scare them away. William finds the old spring bonnie suit. He puts it on trying to scare the vengeful spirits and remind them of who he truly is. William laughed as the spirits stared, remembering their final day. The room they are in was built poorly, no cameras, and used for nothing. But due to the heat of the room the froxen condensation dripped down from the roof slowly. This wouldn’t be an issue if William didn’t forget the basic rules of a spring lock suit. Spring locks and water can’t co-exist. The spring lock suit malfunctions and springs into its usual position. William fell to the ground within his creation, blood pooling, as he is crushed. He pleaded to the spirits, but they went away, out of his sight.

The next day Henry comes into work only to hear shouts from his friends. He runs to see what happened, only to see William inside the suit covered in blood. Henry thought for a second, as William was still alive, he walked out the room and slammed it shut. He considered that karma had finally come for William. Over time Henry covered all entrances to the room until you couldn’t even tell it was there. The damage William did to the animatronics was too much for henry to fix.

Author: Ava Lambert

hi hi hi. im avaaa. i love writing poetry and short stories. i love horror, psychological, fantasy, or slice of life stories. my poems have a slightly different dynamic involving mental health and feminism. thank you for coming to my ted talk.

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