Don't forget where we started, guys! c; (Foxy is still my favorite xD)
Me and my soulmate lob
Have loved Mikey Schmidt since day one and we're not sure why because we have no idea what he looks like aside from his bright blue eyes. I think part our infatuation comes from the fact that he is the first protagonist in the FNAF series; before all the crazy story started unraveling!
Since the game came out, I've been completely immersed in the lore and challenging myself to piece things together like the rest of the FNAF community. But since Scott Cawthon is a complete and utter troll, he makes coherent plot points incredibly difficult to comprehend and hides absolutely everything. I remember after game three, deciding that the purple guy had to be phone guy. I'm not sure what everyone's established as fact since the release of the fourth game, but I really think i'm on the right track.
ACTIVATE THEORY MODE: YOU TOTALLY DON'T HAVE TO READ THIS IT MIGHT BE LONG WINDED!!! It's also a space to put my theory out of my brain that is a bit more solid xD
Regardless of the fact that Purple Guy
seems to appreciate Foxy and fear the Marionette like the phone guy, I think the strongest evidence to prove Phone Guy and Purple Guy are one in the same is that in game 1, night 4, Phone Guy asks (Mike) to check the suits in the back when you get a chance because he will be hiding there, "holding out" till you do. For some reason, the noises associated with each respective animatronic is also playing on that recording, which means the phone call and Phone Guys subsequent death must happen inside the pizzeria. We learn in game three that the killer died in a spring lock suit failure; one in a secret back room that only employees know about. In the mini game at the end of game 3, we play as the Marionette after the other children. After traversing what looks to be the same layout as the first game's location, we as the puppet kid, find ourselves with our children spirit friends and the purple guy. The Purple Guy flees into a spring lock suit, laughs (because he has found a suit to hide in; same concept as game 2 and the Freddy head) until that malfunctions. I think the phone guy's death and the purple guy's deaths aren't just coincidental, and neither are their circumstances.
I get that maybe there are some flaws as far as timeline goes, but on a larger scale, I think there are pieces of Fazbears Family Diner that tie up loose ends. We don't know much, but we know that BEFORE FNAF 4's crying kid there was a murdered child outside of the diner. I think after that kid died, his spirit became Marionette.
I'm not sure why he proceeds to attach the souls of the dead masked bully children in the fourth game to the animatronics, but I imagine it's to give them an opportunity to stop the purple guy's rampage.
I think the fourth game gives a good background to the relations between the characters we know of. I also think Scott wouldn't introduce a character with a name that didn't have a purpose to contribute to the storyline. I think Fritz Smith on secret night 7 in game 2 is Purple/Phone/PSYCHO Guy and has a connection to both the Foxy bully kid and the Bite victim; their father. That could explain the family photos on the walls of the house in the bite victims house, along with the toy phone in the victim kid's room. Not only that, but why the children have access to each mask even at home, and are able to play in the parts and services room. I know of the coma theory and I think it is perfectly valid, if not proven, but I don't think the Bite victim dies at the end FNAF 4. I think perhaps since the victims frontal lobe was affected, the Fredbear suit is a reminder of things the bite victim saw before the bite. I'm not exactly sure what those could be, but I assume it has something to do with the secret scene of Purple Guy placing the head of the wearable Golden Bonnie suit on a guy. (I think this may be the Purple Guy framing the guy who was caught by the police after the children went missing).
I'm also a believer that Mike Schmidt is the victim of the bite, and since his frontal lobe was greatly impacted, his decision to return to Freddy's for answers made him unafraid and incapable of recognizing the danger that threatened him.
There is so much more to theorize about but I think I need to ponder a bit more and stop boring you to death. xD Everyone's been flooding media with this awesome game and their interpretations of everything SO I JUST THOUGHT YOU SHOULD ALSO LET ME SHOVE MINE DOWN YOUR THROAT.
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I had way too much fun drawing and coloring this and I'm happy with how it turned out! Freddy's fur was the worst and Foxy did not want to cooperate for the longest time but I finally completed it! ;w; I hope everyone is doing well and if you have any theories of your own, lemme know in the comments!
Thanks Scott for making such great games!
Love you guys!