the tradition ofFive Nights at Freddy'sis notoriously cryptic, and while fans have discussed it at length, some games come with bigger and better reveals than others. As the series progressed, the names and backstories of FNAF's main characters were slowly revealed, and fans worked tirelessly to piece together the overall puzzle. Many of FNAF's biggest mysteries were never fully resolved, but each game expanded on Fazbear Entertainment's gruesome history in addition to its animatronic cast.
Despite the wealth of information presented in the games, books, and other adaptations of the series, the actual FNAF narrative is nearly impossible to piece together. FNAF obscures the details of its history as completely as Fazbear Entertainment glosses over the in-game horrors that take place in its halls, leaving fans in pieces.Canon FNAF history piecesThey never match. No matter how events are arranged in the timeline, there always seem to be contradictions that make FNAF's main events downright baffling.
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However, there are definite parts of FNAF lore that serve as important milestones in the timeline that many fans have collectively agreed to in the years since the first game's release. Data such as the names of the main characters, the identities of the victims that haunt Fazbear Entertainment's animatronics, and a handful of details serve as guides for fans as they try to solve the series' mysteries. Massive references to FNAF lore were sprinkled throughout the series, but these games contained the franchise's biggest revelations.
Five Nights at Freddy's 3
UntilFive Nights at Freddy's 3Little was known about the infamous Purple Guy, who first appeared in FNAF 2. He was quickly revealed to be the assassin responsible for turning Fazbear's animatronic gang into haunted horrors thanks to FNAF 2's Atari-style minigames, but his identity remained. a complete mystery. There were many theories, but since Purple Guy's fate was also unknown after the events of FNAF 1, fans couldn't figure out who he was.
Five Nights at Freddy's 3 introduced Springtrap and also answered the question about what happened to the Purple Guy. Although he has not been identified, it was revealed by FNAF 3 that Purple Guy was haunted by the spirits of his victims in the empty Springtrap animatronic suit. The fantasy latches closed around her, enveloping her body and soul. Springtrap not only quickly became one of the most popularPopular characters from the FNAF franchiseafter the release of FNAF 3, but Springlock's accident allowed Purple Guy's sinister spirit to repeatedly return for the rest of the series.
Five Nights at Freddy's 4
While the first three Five Nights at Freddy's games were implicitly connected, FNAF 4 made their connection clear with a backstory so complex that it made unraveling FNAF lore impossible. FNAF 4 has revealed so much history that fans have yet to piece together the clues, Easter eggs and events it depicts. However, FNAF 4 placed the unique family at the center of the overall FNAF story, allowing players to better understand the story as a whole.
FNAF 4 stars as Crying Child, an unnamed protagonist who is revealed to be the victim of one of Fazbear Entertainment's infamous biting incidents. Although many fans initially believed that this scene is depictingTo 87 FNAF BiteFirst mentioned in the first phone call of the original FNAF, FNAF 4 presumably takes place in 1983, making it a prequel to every other game in the timeline. It was revealed during the FNAF 4 minigames that Crying Boy is the son of Purple Guy and possibly the brother of FNAF's first guard, although the latter theory is still up for debate.
Unfortunately, FNAF 4 also revealed one of the franchise's biggest mysteries, and it really might be impossible to unravel. At the end of the game, a large locked chest is revealed, but it cannot be opened. Originally, the box was supposed to be opened once fans had solved the FNAF 4 story, but since the puzzle was never put together, the contents of the box became one of them.FNAF's Biggest Unsolved Mysteries. As such, many questions remain about the identities and fates of FNAF 4 characters, leaving gaps in the FNAF timeline that may never be resolved.
Good Night at Freddy's: Sister Location
FNAF: Sister Location expanded the Five Nights at Freddy's universe more than any other FNAF game, introducing a whole new branch of animatronic entertainment into the game's enigmatic universe. Sister Location introduces players to Underground Circus Baby's Entertainment and Rentals, an animatronics factory that rents out its robots for parties and events. These animatronics are unique to the Freddy Fazbear cast of pets, and the story they reveal as players attempt to survive five shifts in this new branch of the Fazbear franchise has opened the door to many new theories about the series' timeline.
The location of the sister revealed some of the key details aboutThe most popular FNAF main characters, including their names, relationships, and possible ties to the first four games. Not only did Purple Guy's name come to be known as William Afton, but his son Michael Afton is also credited as the game's player character, possibly linking him to past player characters. However, the biggest drop in Sister Location history added yet another member to the Afton family by introducing Circus Baby, one of the most important animatronics in FNAF history to date.
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While Circus Baby became one of the most recognizable characters in FNAF after the release of Sister Location, his identity before becoming the star of his own themed restaurant is perhaps one of the most important parts of the FNAF story. Circus Baby is possessed by the soul of Elizabeth Afton, the third and final Afton girl to appear in the FNAF series. Elizabeth's death and subsequent closure ofLocation of Freddy Fazbear's First Sistermarks one of the biggest events in the entire FNAF timeline in terms of the Aftons' character arcs and backstories, but unfortunately fans still haven't figured out exactly when this tragedy happened in relation to the other timeline events.
Freddy Fazbears Pizzeria Simulator
After Sister Location, Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator attempted to solve many of FNAF's open-ended mysteries, revealing one revelation after another as players built and operated their own pizzeria. Once again following in the footsteps of Michael Afton, they were tasked with rescuing the mysterious animatronics that had infiltrated the alley outside. However, at the end of the week, it turns out that the entire pizzeria is a facade designed to lure these creepy robots back to Freddy Fazbear's Pizza Place, a place that mysteriously reappears beneath the Mega Pizzaplex.The true ending of FNAF Security Breach. Pizzeria Simulator was intended to wrap up the first major chapter of FNAF, but plot points left unresolved opened the door for a new generation of Fazbear Entertainment soon after.
Still, Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator collects countless FNAF secrets within the walls of his customizable pizzeria. This sixth game of the FNAF saga reveals the identity of the first victim of William Afton, the events that led to the asesinato and the posesión of the puppet by Charlie Emily, the fate of the three "surviving" members of the Afton family and a lot more. Players who research their knowledge extensively can obtain the Lorekeeper Certificate, although there are still many mysteries to be solved.Five Nights at Freddy'sFranchise.
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