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.

my favorite video games

so i’ve come to realize how often i write about music, and i’ve decided to change things up this week. i’ve played a lot of different games throughout my entire life, but some are so near to me that i have to put my opinion of them out there. these are games that maybe i’ve played once and fell in love with, or ones that slowly grew on me after months and months of replaying them. nevertheless, every game on this list i have a significant connection with, and i’m going to tell you exactly why. so, without further ado, here are my favorite video games.

fallout 4

so this is almost close to being the most hated fallout game in the series, but it holds its place as my favorite video game ever despite. my stepdad got the game when it first came out in 2015, but told me i was too young to play it at the time. i was so fascinated when i watched him play it, and as soon as i was able to, i picked up the game myself. when i first beat the game, i immediately started a new save file and began to play it again. the storyline was so addicting and fun to follow, and i grew such close connections with all of the characters. it’s an open-world game in which there are many random encounters, and that makes it such an enjoyable experience for me. so far, i’ve played this game as least once a year since i first picked it up, which was around when i was 12 or 13 years old. as i type this, i am currently playing the game. after so many years of playing it and exploring it, i still have not seen all of what the game has to offer. no matter though, it will hold such a strong place in my heart.

the legend of zelda: ocarina of time

so, this is my other favorite game of all time. i was first introduced to it when i was very young, and i quickly fell in love. there are so many little details in this game that i could fantasize over and over about, but the atmosphere is what i’m going to focus on. this atmosphere in this game is top tier. the music first off has always had it’s own place in my head. years and years after initially playing it, i could still remember the music that went with each area crystal clear. i swore it was like i could recite them without even trying. the storyline and scenery change that happens after you age up is so well done and disturbing, it still freaks me out to this day. if i could, i would play this game over and over, but sadly because of it’s age, it’s very hard to play it efficiently when i only have it on my old nintendo ds. oh well, honestly such a great game nevertheless. 

ghost of tsushima

i got this game when it first game out, and it completely broke me. i remember playing it intensively throughout the week, letting everyone in the house know my initial reactions to certain scenes. the graphics is where this game truly shines. there are so many beautiful open-world scenes, and the shading and lighting really help those areas reach their fullest potential. the storyline is fun and interesting, heartbreaking and not fair, but it is so fulfilling in the end. also, the best part, you can pet foxes. yeah you heard me. you. can. pet. FOXES.

the sims 3 

so, i love every sims game in the series. i never played the first one that much, but i’ve been playing all the rest since i was super young. when i was around 5, all i would play is the simpsons hit and run and the sims 2. then, when i was in my older elementary years, i played the sims 3 every single night. then finally, when the sims 4 was announced, i preordered a limited edition version of the game and that’s the one i’ve been playing ever since. however, the sims 3 will forever hold its place as my favorite. i love the open-world feeling to this game that was completely lost in the sims 4. this game is infinitely better than all the rest in the series and i long for the day that i can play it again. wait, actually, i can play it right now on my laptop. i’m going to go do that, cya. 

the legend of zelda: breath of the wild

this isn’t my next favorite zelda game in any way, shape, or form. but, there’s something about it that ranks as one of my “favorites” rather than just one of my favorite zelda games. the graphics are beautiful, and the storyline is almost up there with it. i love most of the mechanics, but some i do find a little unnecessary. still, i love this game a lot. i definitely recommend it for any new zelda fans, but still do remember to check out the originals first:)

what a fun little blog !! i definitely enjoyed it, let me know if you did too:) gooooodbye, cya next week.


Rating Sports I’ve Been In…

Hey guys! In today’s blog post I’ll be talking about all the sports I’ve played, rating how much I liked them and why I stopped participating in them. I’ll be going in order from best to least enjoyable. 

     The first sport is cheer. I give cheer 1,000,000,000,000,000/10. Cheer is by far the best thing I have ever participated in. It’s the best decision I’ve made in my entire life, and I don’t make too many good decisions, so that says a lot. Cheer is amazing. It requires stamina, flexibility, strength, and agility. While cheering I stunted, tumbled, and jumped in competitions, as well as doing sideline cheer for football, basketball and other sports at my previous high school. Jumps require so much stamina, because we used to do them as one big group, and if one person messed up, we did it repeatedly. Stunting was my favorite because the variations within it are endless. Stunting made me gain confidence, learn to trust the people around me, and it made me incredibly strong. 

      The second “sport” is Mixed martial Arts. I give this 10,000/10. I took a Korean martial art called Han Mu Do. This taught me so much discipline and how to respect Korean culture and the other practitioners of the art around me. It taught me how to control my anger and that I shouldn’t use this art to hurt people unless necessary. Martial Arts wasn’t as popular within children my age, especially African American children. So, I wasn’t surrounded by too many people that looked like me but there were some. It made me feel special and made me appreciate the art so much more. 

     The third sport is basketball. I give this sport a 2,000/10. I loved basketball, but it had so many negative entities surrounding it. The huge crowds made me nervous. That was weird, because I loved seeing huge crowds when publicly speaking and cheering, but basketball was a whole different story. I was an average player if I’m being honest so that may be why crowds made me nervous. I was so used to being the best at everything that I did so my faults in basketball consumed me at times. But that’s neither here nor there. Basketball was fun. I gained a new family that supported me even when I failed. The guy that I was talking to at the time played basketball as well, so that made it fun as well, but he was really good, so I hated being compared to him. 

     I’ve participated in so many sports and extracurricular activities that I’ll have to make a list. I think this is interesting so I may make this a series and do three different ones each week. Until next time guys. Byeee! 

Me? A playwright?

I feel like this post is relevant because of our literary unit being playwriting, and I thought it might be a good idea to share some thoughts and feelings about this. Maybe you can relate, maybe not but simply just wanted to share how I feel about this. Nothing negative or anything like, “Oh, my God, I absolutely hate playwriting!” It’s nothing like that. This is simply me venting and being honest with y’all and myself.

For one, I never thought of myself as a playwright. I didn’t think it would be something I would end up doing or be good at. Now, I wouldn’t necessarily say that I’m good at it mostly because I’ve only ever wrote two ten-minute plays. Though, I feel like I may be getting better at it. But is it something that I intend to keep pursuing? Maybe for a little while just to see if it kinda grows on me and if I eventually get really good at it, but in the long run, no. I do want to pursue writing in my career, but as a novelist or something like that. I might touch more on what I want to do after college later.

Another thing with writing a play for me is coming up with an idea that would be suitable for a play is difficult. Like I said, I’d prefer to write a whole book and most of my writing ideas would require to be prolonged and they wouldn’t really fit as a play. It took me until the last couple of days on the latest playwriting assignment to stick with an idea and condense to ten minutes. Could it also be a longer story? Absolutely, that is something I’ll consider doing later. Bottom line is that what I come up with may very well be good as a short story or book but not so much as a play. 

Anyways, the whole point of making this post was simply to share that I don’t necessarily see myself becoming a full-on playwright, but perhaps it will begin to grow on my later. I hope that if this is something I choose to continue on my own time that I’ll be able to come up with unique ideas suitable to portray onto a stage.

That’s all for this week, have a great rest of the week and a great weekend. See you next time:)

Overachiever or Just Insecure?

Hey guys! Today’s blog will be about overachieving. I’ll speak on my experience in overachieving and why we as people aim to do it. Let’s get straight into it. Overachieving is the act of performing better or achieving more than is expected or standard. Overachieving to me is the act of trying to obtain self assurity or confidence while canceling out insecurity. The main question I have is “are overachievers insecure, or do they just lack educational confidence?” During my research I learned that the act of overachieving can stem from feelings of insecurity and inadequacy. In a job or at school, completing a task or assignment can offer feelings of self-worth and relief. Instead of soaking in and savoring the feeling of that accomplishment or achievement, overachievers tend to move onto the next task and expect even more for themselves.  

Don’t get me wrong, overachieving can be a great thing. It shows how much you care about and respect the work that you’re doing, but overachievers don’t always give their work value or see finishing a task as meaningful. People usually see overachievers as smart, hardworking, successful people. That is how overachievers should be viewed but when you start to feel like your achievements are being shadowed by anxiety, or an overwhelming fear of failing you may need to think about why you want to succeed so badly. Failure is a part of so many processes of life and it eventually leads people to success, but if you can’t stand the thought of failing then you may be a perfectionist as well. Overachieving and perfectionism are a terrible pair made in the devil’s workshop. Me personally I don’t think I’m an overachiever or a perfectionist, but a mixture of the two. I say that because if I fail, I’m not okay with it, because I want to succeed, but I also don’t stress over it. I just think of it as part of the process and say “I’ll get it next time”.  

I know people that will study for hours the night before a test and then start crying thinking that they’ll still fail. Something I’ve also realized is that overachievers and perfectionists are always motivated by someone or something. For example, they may have gotten into their dream school and dedicated their success to their grandmother who passed away shortly before. Now they think if they fail, then they’ve failed their grandmother. Or their mother may be pressuring them into having perfect grades, etc. I feel like people around us fuel a lot of our personal insecurities and we shouldn’t let that happen. I know that it’s easier said than done, but it can be done. Make sure that whatever you want to achieve is truly important to you perosnally. 

Bye guys, see you next week! 

Five Nights at Freddy’s THE LORE pt. 5

This part is very very short for two reasons. First, I wanted to wrap up the story from the previous blog and have it slightly shortened rather than very long because I started a new section. Second, I wanted to include pictures! I didn’t think about this until part 3, but i want pictures so you can have a visual representation of what I’m talking about. So, at the end of this blog there will be several images with titles. The images will protean to thee characters introduced in parts 1-5. 

After everything went down, the same bullies that let the puppet out the box were still screwing around with the animatronics in the pizzeria. This time it was mangle, they ripped its original suit to pieces until it was a pile of scraps. Mangle was dismantled daily by the kids and eventually the staff stopped repairing it. The animatronics were growing angry causing them to behave differently towards the adults and staff members. Mangle started becoming unstable. The kids were once again dismantling mangle until it got enraged. Mangle bit down on one of the kids and caused the loss of the frontal lobe of the victim’s brain. After this all of the toy animatronics were scrapped due to apparent malfunctions, more specifically mangel’s bite. At the same time the second missing children’s incident had came to light and the building was put on lockdown for now to avoid any more casualties.

“Um, from what I understand, the building is on lock down, uh, no one is allowed in or out, y’know, especially concerning any…previous employees. We’re going to try to contact the original restaurant owner. Uh, I think the name of the place was ‘Fredbears Family Diner’ or something like that. Its been closed for years though, I doubt we’ll be able to track anybody down.”

On this day they tracked henry down and he went back to work but not for the reasons he hoped he’d come back for. Henry and his team had yet another meeting where they decided to shut down the location and make a new one with no security system animatronics, just simple singing and dancing animatronics. Henry would be personally making the animatronics to avoid incidents or bugs. For weeks henry repaired and brought new life to the broken-down work in progress suits.  Freddy Fazbear would be the main driver of the restaurant, with bonnie the bunny, chica the chicken, and foxy the pirate fox.

IMAGES!!! (quite a few so bear with me)

In the games most lore is unlocked through mini games you have to discover and decode. The mini games are in 8bit while the main game is not. That’s why it goes back and forth in the images. 

William Afton


Elizabeth Afton

Evan Afton

Michael Afton (younger and older)

Toy Animatronics

(left to right: mangle, bonnie, freddy, chica)

Circus Baby

Work in progress

Completed work in progress and golden freddy

Charolette and the puppet

Dream Cars

This has once again become one of those weeks in which I have nothing else better to post about, so I will just list some cars that I would do almost anything to own, fixer-upper or not.

Now, with fixer-upper being said, the majority if not all that I will list will be some old cars- specifically from approximately late 60s. I love older cars, and in my opinion, a lot of them are better than some of the brand new cars. That’s my opinion. I am not a brand-new Lambo kinda gal. So, without further ado, here are some of my dream cars:)

1.1967 Impala

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If you know, you know; I don’t even have to explain. One thing I will say, though, is that the impala has experienced a really bad glow-down since this model. Need an example?

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…Yeah, see what I mean? This is a 2020 model of the impala, and I for one would much rather the 67.

2.1967 Shelby

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Yes, I am aware of a little pattern forming. Exteriors are both black, and both cars are from the same year. A little story about the shelby mustang: my grandmother’s dream car has always been a blue or turquoise late 60s mustang with white leather seats. That’s how my attention toward the old mustang started. Then my dad was watching a John Wick movie( I don’t remember which one) and I had come into the room during a scene in which he was stealing back is mustang very similar to the one shown above. Well of course, as expected of a John Wick movie, he was fighting with these other guys that were chasing him and as a result, he totaled the car. It almost physically hurt. Anyways, I know that was kind of a boring story but that’s how I grown the love the 67 shelby.


3. 1973 dodge challenger


Now, for this one, there is no major significance as to why I love this one so much. And what I mean by that is there is no type of story or anything. I was just looking online at similar cars to the impala and shelby and I saw this one and I absolutely love it.

4. 2019 camaro

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Finally, a break in pattern. I’ve always been a camaro fan ever since I was little and realized what a camaro was thanks to Bumblebee. This is probably the only new car that I would want to have, the Chevy Blazer runs close second to this but that is more of a “mom car”. If I’m not mistaken, the last year Chevy will make a new model for the camaro will be 2024. Honestly, they’ve reached that point that there’s no point in continuing it because the camaro has reached its peak, so I’m not all that sad about it.

Honorable mention:

Now, obviously this is not a car so that’s one of the main reasons I’ve made this an honorable mention. Also, I wouldn’t call this my “dream vehicle” but I would love to own one someday.

Anyways, that’s all I have for this week; I hope you’ve enjoyed this post. See you next time:)

acoustic artists i recommend

hello !! here’s come cool news: i’m going to be writing for a music magazine soon !! my dream is to be a music journalist so getting to this point at such a young age is honestly so exciting:) it’s just going to be a little side thing, unpaid of course, but i thought you all should know !! anyways, i was shuffling my spotify when i realized that i listen to a lot of artists that focus on an acoustic atmosphere. i love acoustic music, but i never realized how much of it has recently taken over my liked songs until now. so i thought i’d be awesome and cool and tell you some of my favorites and give you some song recommendations !! enjoy:)

elliott smith

so, i had to get him out of the way first. the majority of his discography is acoustic, so if you’re looking for consistency, here he is. not only is it mainly acoustics, it’s really good acoustics. his ability to write riffs and melodies on guitar is unmatched, and it all pairs perfectly well with his lyrics, which are almost acoustic themselves, if that makes any sense. if you’re looking for really soft, almost simon and garfunkel-like vocals, and beautiful well-mixed melodies, then elliott is the artist for you !! songs i would recommend for first getting into him are: angeles, tomorrow tomorrow, junk bond trader, needle in the hay, no name #3, twilight and georgia, georgia !! that’s a song from each album !!

simon and garfunkel

so, speaking of “simon and garfunkel-like vocals,” here’s simon and garfunkel !! now, i’ve never been a super big fan, but recently i’ve been listening to them a lot more. i wasn’t a fan at first, but their layered vocals and striking acoustics reeled me in and now i can say i am a fan. if you like story-like lyrics, doubled-up vocals, and acoustics that excite and sometimes even surprise, then simon & garfunkel is for you !! my two recommended songs for someone new to them are the boxer and america !!

bob dylan

the reason i am including bob dylan here is because i believe a large part of his discography is purely acoustic, so he gets a spot on the list. his acoustics are often characterized by strong, loud acoustic guitars and very, very loud harmonicas. of course, he still has his plugged moments. but bob’s acoustic work has inspired decades worth of musicians, so i feel wrong not to put him on the list. if you like story-based lyrics, questionable vocals, harmonicas and prominent acoustic guitars, then bob dylan is for you !! some songs i’d recommend if you’re new to him include: changing of the guards, if not for you, subterranean homesick blues, to be alone with you and boots of spanish leather !!

nick drake

nick drake was an artist that i avoided for a while, and for no real reason. i don’t know why i did, but i regret it immensely. nick drake’s story is so heartbreaking to me, and his music is just that- heartbreaking. but in a way, it’s heartbreakingly beautiful, especially when you realize his music was never really recognized until after his death. i feel such a connection with nick drake, and it’s not even because of his music. but besides that, drake’s acoustics are soft and melodic, and his voice mirrors that. if you like soft acoustics with great melodies, unconventional vocals, and beautiful heartbreaking lyrics, then nick drake is for you !! songs i’d recommend for people new to his music include: pink moon, place to be, road, and things behind the sun !!

so that’s it !! those are my favorite acoustic artists that i recommend if you’re interested !! they’re fairly popular so it should be easy to find their music online:) let me know if you listen to any of these artists and if you like them !! cya next week !

Shows that I’m currently watching/re-watching

Hello, so because of the fact that I have absolutely no better idea for a blog, I will list some of my favorite series that I am either watching for the first time or re-watching. And I say re-watch them and by that I mean, when the show came out, it was before I was born and then started watching them towards the middle or end of the series. So, I am starting from the beginning to catch up on what I missed.

Anyway, I hope y’all enjoy this post:)

  1. Supernatural

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I absolutely love this series. When I was first aware that the show existed, I was almost nine and at the time I was living in Tennessee. My mom had a lot of episodes on DVD and at first I wanted nothing to do with it because the graphics and everything scared me. Well, my mom got my dad hooked on the show and eventually I finally started watching it several months ago and now its one of my top 3 favorites. Btw: Dean is my favorite character.

  2. Law and Order: SVU

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Okay, some more backstory with this: this is a show that my mom introduced me to and after a while, it kinda became our thing. Here’s the thing: I started watching this before any kid should be allowed to. I started living with my grandparents when I was ten and was somewhat banned from watching because of the seriously sensitive content of the show. Well, after a while I started watching it again. This is another favorite of mine.

  3. Criminal Minds

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This has been my favorite for about four years(around the time the series ended, lol). The story is, this was a favorite of my grandmother’s, too and in the later episodes, I started watching it with her and I became completely hooked. Yes, I was very sad when the series ended. So, as soon as I had downloaded and started watching Netflix, Criminal Minds was the first thing I started watching. I know that they picked back up on it about a month or so ago but it’s on Paramount plus and I don’t have that, so *teardrop*.

4. The Witcher

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Now, I know this has been out for a little while now, but I only recently started watching it because my dad started watching it before me and he kept telling me that it’s a really good show, so I finally gave in and began watching it. I’ll have to say, he was right in my opinion but it’s one of those shows where it’ll take a while before it gets really interesting because it has to show you the backstory and why everything began. After like the first episode or two, I got really into it.

So, that’s it for this week, I hope you guys enjoyed it. Maybe I’ll do a part where it’s kind of like this but movies. See you next week:)

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.”