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Five Nights at Freddy's Killer Exposed?

This is a written version of Game Theorist's latest FNAF video.
All credit goes to them!


*Skipping the intro, sorry :)*

These Games! I don't love them because of the rosy-cheeked, Tingle looking, emotionally dead animatronics... Okay... Balloon Kid is pretty messed up, but whatever.

What I love about these games is the thought that went into every element of the story. When you have a game that has people rage-debating if it's a prequel or a sequel, you know you've done something right. But, if that wasn't your intent, then you've done something horribly, horribly wrong. Anyway, FNAF 2 looks like everything you'd want in a sequel; more cameras, more danger, and more fan! Man, I love that fan. But, also with more questions... questions about the game's lore. While everyone provides the jumpscares, I provide the answers... Well, maybe not everyone, but the well educated subset of you, want answers. So, grab yourself a slice of Freddy Fazbear's signature pizza, because we're about to dig in.

Bleh... tastes like cardboard...

Let's get the biggest question out of the way, is this a sequel, or a prequel sequel?
What I mean is, just because this game has a big 2 slapped next to the name, doesn't mean it's a sequel in a timeline sense. It's a sequel - yeah - but, take Psycho IV, Lion King and a half, and Godfather Part II. All sequels, but just happen to be prequels. It's not all mutual, so where does FNAF 2 fit in? It's place in the timeline is crucial for understanding the story. To figure this out, let's look at the paycheck you receive at the end of the fifth night. The date places this game in 1987, a whole six years than what we determined for the first game in the first video. Sounds like a prequel, because we found out the date of the first game by comparing the paycheck from FNAF 1 with the minimum wages from the 90's. Unless Scott Cawthon, the developer, was just picking random numbers, then all of this would be meaningless, except he's not. At the end of Five Nights 2, you get paid $100.50, divide that by the 30 hours, and you get 3.35 p/h, the exact minimum wage of 1987. With us using minimum wage calculations to find the date of FNAF 1 is a perfectly valid way to prove it. This shows that it takes place after FNAF 2. Still don't believe me? Players brave enough to beat Night 6 are rewarded with a bonus check and a newspaper clipping, saying that the Toy Robots are getting scrapped, and the old (withered) robots are going into storage to make a smaller version of the restaurant. This explains why the old animatronics appear in Five Nights 1, and the Toy ones don't. Notice how it mentions a "smaller version of the restaurant". The building of Five Nights 1 is significantly smaller than the setting of Five Nights 2. Need more evidence? One the first night the phone guy states [in FNAF 1] that the robots used to walk around during the day, like in Five Nights 2, but not anymore.  Not to also mention that Phone Guy dies in the first game, making it hard for him to appear in Five Nights 2. Call me the Phantom Menace, because every way to Sunday, this game is a prequel. 

Getting that out of the way, we're able to create the timeline, and dig a little bit deeper. 
Posters everywhere in Five Nights 2 welcome you to this "new location", meaning there was another Freddy Fazbear's Pizza before this one. Backing this up is, on Night 1 [in FNAF 2], Phone Guy states how the old location was left to rot. This means there's a restaurant for the first game, one for the second game, and one we've never seen before. Even before that, Phone Guy mentions an even older restaurant called FredBear's Family Diner. Aside from the confusingly different name, he also mentions it had different owners. 

Let me recap:
There's the restaurant from the first game, the one you're currently working at in 1987, an older one left to rot, and FredBear's diner. I hope you're still with me, 'cause this is more confusing than the Zelda timeline!
Anyway, it's at the first location, the diner, where the whole story begins. Submitted by the Theorists, this is the true story of Five Nights at Freddy's.

Sometimes when you die in Five Nights 2, before you can get over a jumpscare, you get a screen like this.
*Shows E.T: The Extra-Terrestrial from the Atari 2600*

That children, was E.T for the Atari 2600, a console that came before the NES. About the same time as the dinosaurs. Widely considered to be the worst game of all time, hence the horrified reaction.
Humor folks.

But seriously, sometimes you get death minigames, and for being in 1987, they use Atari-esque graphics to depict horrifying events. All the while, a robotic voice spells out letters, spelling;


These minigames are the most important piece in finding out the true story of Five Nights at Freddy's.
The first minigame has you playing as Freddy, taking cake to screaming children at a birthday party. As Freddy tries to bring cake to the entire party, a single sad child looks on from outside, and you can only watch in horror, as a purple man drives up, murders the child, and drives away. I believe that this game takes place in FredBear's Family Diner. Chronologically the first event we see in the timeline. What supports this is, there is a much smaller space, and only one animatronic, Freddy, as opposed to the other games, that have the other robots. More importantly, the murdered child is what sets everything into motion. One of the new tasks in Five Nights at Freddy's 2 is winding up a mysterious music box, that we're told placates one of the robots. If you don't wind up the music box, you're introduced to The Puppet. He kinda looks like No-Face from Spirited Away. You know what else he looks like? Look at the murdered child again. You see how his tears are stained, even after he's dead? If we assume those tears stay with him, we can safely say that this child's spirit found it's way into The Puppet. Supporting this, is the jumpscare you see after we see the child get murdered in 8-bit. he Puppet jumps out of the screen. Coincidence? I don't think so. This is the first time a violent act in the timeline, is committed towards a child. We can infer that this event caused the owners of the original diner to sell the restaurant to a company now known today as Fazbear Entertainment. I don't know about you, but if I was senselessly murdered, left to haunt a crappy pizza place inside a creepy clown doll, I'd want to get my revenge as soon as possible. Unfortunately for our Puppet friend, it doesn't turn out that way. Fast forward a few years to the new Freddy Fazbear restaurant. The one we've yet to see in a game. We learn [in FNAF 1] that in this restaurant, the murderer used a Golden Freddy suit to lure five children into a back room, and murder them. According to newspaper clippings in the first game, we find out that the murderer was eventually found, but the bodies weren't. Presumably because they were stuffed into the animatronic suits. The restaurant stays open for a few months, until the dead body smell starts to waft from the robots, and get the restaurant closed down for health reasons. How do we know this happened in the first Fazbear location? Again, we turn to what Phone Guy says. On Night 2 of Five Nights 2, he mentions the smell coming from the old animatronics - the smell that got the original restaurant shut down. We also know that after the murder indecent, it took multiple months for the restaurant to get shut down. It couldn't happen in the restaurant from Five Nights 2 because that gets shut down on Night 6, and for the foreseeable future. Outside of these clues, it actually makes logical sense.  Before the Golden Freddy murders, there was one dead child, whose tear-stained soul exists in the form of The Puppet. Now, there are five more dead children, and thanks to the second minigame, we can find out exactly what happens to them.

In the HELP THEM minigame, The Puppet stuffs four dead children into robotic suits, giving their souls new life, and preps them for their eternal mission for vengeance. 
"B-but MatPat," you say through your chattering teeth, "there are only four dead children!"
To which I tell you, look closer. The frame right before Golden Freddy jumps and attacks you, there is the lost, dead fifth child. What started as a haunted puppet, has just turned into an army of possessed animatronics, out for revenge. But wait, we also know the murders are committed by the same guy who murdered the first child. How? Look at the third minigame.

In the Foxy minigame, Foxy runs out to greet the kids. But the third time, we see the purple man, smiling at Foxy. When Foxy runs into the room, there is five dead children. The man in purple strikes again. 

Skip ahead to 1987, bringing us to the events of Five Nights at Freddy's 2. Our old friends have been canned, and there is new cute ones with facial recognition software to catch the purple man, but this won't stop his lifetime work of murdering children at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. We learn from Phone Guy on Nights 4-6 [in FNAF 2], that the restaurant is once again under investigation, I'll let him explain:

"Uh, hello, hello? Uh... What on Earth are you doing there? Didn't you get the memo? The place is closed down, at least for a while. Someone used one of the suits. We had a spare in the back... a yellow one. Someone used it. Now none of them are acting right."

The Golden Freddy Killer struck again. In the fourth minigame, you, as Freddy, follow The Puppet through an exact replica of FNAF 2's building, all the robots in their correct locations, and five dead children spread through the various rooms. Based on what phone guy says, it seems the killer is the former nightguard, the one switched to day shift, and who you replaced. I mean, Phone Guy makes some uncomfortable references to sudden spots opening up for the day shift:

"Um... When we get it all sorted out, we may move you to the day shift. The position became [pauses] Uh... [pauses] ...available... We don't have a replacement for your shift yet, but we're working on it." 

Is the Purple Man really someone we've never met, is it someone who's only worked there for a week, or is it someone we trust, someone with a long history with these characters, someone no one would suspect. The Head Guard. The one expected to fill empty positions, and leave instructions over the phone. Is the Purple Man the Phone Guy? Ask yourself this, what do we really know about Phone Guy? 
He always speaks like an outsider looking in, as he refers to management as "they", so we know he isn't a higher up position like CEO or Manager. But he's not a typical day worker, as he refers to people as "The Employees" and "The Staff". So he works there, but isn't considered a regular member of the company. We also know he can assume role as Night Guard, as he takes the Guard job from the end of FNAF 2, to the beginning of FNAF 1.

FNAF 2 Phone Call Quote:
"Uh... for now just make it through the night. When the place opens again, I'll take the night shift myself."

FNAF 1 Phone Call Quote:
"Um... I actually worked in that office before you. I'm finishing my last week now, as a matter of fact."

What do we know? We know Phone Guy has had a long history with the company, as he has been associated with it since the first restaurant, and he also said that Foxy The Pirate Fox was always his favorite. He also dislikes The Puppet, as he says it's always thinking.

"See, I told you you wouldn't have any problems! Did, uh, Foxy ever appear in the hallway? Probably not, I was just curious. Like I said, he was always my favorite."

"... I'll be honest, I never really liked that Puppet thing. It's always... thinking, and it can go anywhere."

Okay, but what do we know about the Purple Guy, A.K.A "The Golden Freddy Killer"? 
Let's look again, he's had a long history with the company, killing since the first restaurant, We also see him smiling at Foxy, Phone Guy's favorite, right before we see him perform for the dead children. We know that The Puppet and The Killer wouldn't get along, which would explain Phone Guy's discomfort for a creature that's "always thinking". But here's the bombshell. We know the Killer is a security guard. How? A very rare occurrence during the fourth minigame, the Purple Man appears, and chases you. Look closely at his chest, he's wearing a badge. The kind given to security guards. Now, look at his eyes. Notice the white spots? Now look at Golden Freddy, and look deep into his empty eyes. You can see two white spots. Now, what do we see in Purple Guy's hand? Though the Atari graphics make it hard to see, it is visible that it is a phone. The game tries to tell you:


But when Purple Guy catches you, your game crashes, and you're left with the words: "You can't."
But, that's not where it ends, as we know there is still Five Nights 1. If this game is first in line, and if The Puppet is controlling all of this, you may be asking, "Where is he, then?" If the other robots were scrapped, and this clown guy is around, he should be there.

But get this.

The Puppet IS in the first game. Take a look at the East Hall. Seems pretty normal, right. But every so often, the posters on the wall change to this:
A crying child, with tears streaming down his face. Look familiar? It should. The Five Nights series is about vengeance. One child, Six children, out to get a sick, twisted murderer, the Purple Guy, the first voice you hear when turning on these games. 

you can't...

But hey! That's just a theory! A Game Theory! Thanks for watching!
(or in this case, reading, but who cares?)



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