That's why they try harder as the night goes on; they're determined to stop a known criminal. This also explains Night Four, when Phone Guy says that the animatronics are "acting very unusual, almost aggressive towards the staff. Phone Guy also suggests their facial recognition and criminal database software has been tampered with, meaning they wouldn't be able to differentiate between staff and a criminal. The only reason you aren't singled out and questioned is because no replacement has been found for your position (who would want it?). On Night 6, Phone Guy tells you that there's been an incident involving the yellow Freddy outfit.
Jeremy (you) has killed whoever is responsible for the costume and used it to lure the five children to their deaths, the incident referred to in the original game. The robots go berserk because they witnessed you killing children in their domain, hence Phone Guy saying they "aren't acting right" as well as the noticeable difficulty spike. The Purple Man has a security guard's badge, and is shown in another minigame to kill one of the children. People are saying the Puppet killed the children because in the minigame where you control Freddy, you follow him to a room with dead bodies. It's possible he had a spare, since the Freddy mask shows that they can be worn safely somehow. It's possible that Golden Freddy is, like in the first game, a hallucination, and is a sign of Jeremy's mental state degrading. Jossing Jossed; Golden Freddy was not the suit used for the murders, or at least not the one the Murderer wore, as 3 reveals. Then that makes the Phone Guy, the most likely culprit, as hinted by playing one of the death mini games. Which is why the Gameover screen has Classic Freddy looking at them; he's looking at them in the back room the old models are kept. Jeremy does have a criminal record, but it's for something minor like petty theft or shoplifting. And the reason the Animatronics keep trying to come after him is because their twitchy systems have caused them to view all crimes as being equal.
The game begins with Jeremy replacing the last night guard who was moved to day shift after one week.
The mascots start rampaging because they realize the murderer is on the loose before any of the adults do.
In this prequel, the robots are going nuts attacking the guard even before the dead bodies of the kids were stuffed inside them. Golden Freddy is the true murderer, not the Marionette, and the series' Greater Scope Villain. It's quite possible that the purple man died and returned to haunt Golden Freddy, which would explain his immense powers.
We've already seen Bonnie in a state of disrepair, and Foxy is looking more ragged than ever. Thankfully Jossed, if you look closer at the image you will see New!Foxy's ear sticking out on the corner and considering New!Foxy is just a mask with a badly put together endoskeleton the endoskeleton in the picture is likely her's. Classic Freddy and his gang will not take kindly to being replaced, seeing the new mascots as EvilKnockoffs. Somebody on the staff sees her as a Replacement Scrappy, and that's why there hasn't been any rush to repair the one at this location after she was trashed. Alternatively, the (older?) kids who trashed Mangle to begin with were mad that the cool-looking pirate fox they knew and loved was replaced with a girly toddler-friendly version, and so they took their frustration out on it. The new guard may not have a criminal record and is safe from the facial recognition software. Well look at his(or her) face, it looks exactly like a mime, and that he(or she) will creep around while creepy french music(or the boss theme from the Game Boy version of Contra 3) plays. Alternatively, she's trying to contact the police, but can't because of the accumulated damage.
Whoever her character is supposed to be, she (or at least, the animatronic mask on her endoskeleton) looks like Foxy's Distaff Counterpart. The previous guard hacked them (or some of them, at least) during his week for less-than-acceptable reasons, and then got himself transferred to the day shift to avoid Hoist by His Own Petard, leaving the next sucker to take the job forced to cheat death for five nights straight. The Marionette is an outlier, and acts independently of these problems, hence the bizarre pattern.
The game states that the animatronics had facial recognition software and access to criminal databases. The Marionette's old friends and coworkers got scrapped by Freddy's staff and replaced with new animatronics, with no warnings or explanations given to it, immediately followed by the new pizzeria's Grand Reopening.
Crown it all with the staff not giving a rat's ass, you've got one very pissed-off Marionette at the start of Jeremy's week on night watch.
The naked endoskeleton has Foxy-like ears (dogs are relatives of the fox), he is non-aggressive, like it is said Sparky was, and it would hardly be the first piece of Ascended Fanon in the game.
During the minigame where Freddy chases the Marionette across the pizzeria, there's sometimes a screen where a purple man comes towards Freddy, holding something in his hand, then the screen blanks. OP here speaks as the writer of Dante's Night at Freddy's and its sequel and has this theory from the story to propose. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.

Otherwise known as Workout Of the Day, which is the prescribed weight and time allotment for exercises. Something happened, but it's clearly nothing to do with the robots because, as obfuscating as he is, Phone Guy would probably tell you about it. It's possible that, during the birthday party, the robots just said "Fuck it," and took action against Jeremy, forcing him to live out the rest of his days minus his frontal lobe. Purple Security Guard appears to wear glasses, is a lighter shade of purple and is a noticeably different body type. The suit was, in its present state, still animatronic, whereas the Freddy head worn by Jeremy was specially hollowed out for the night guard to use. Somebody who would dress up as a cartoon mascot, murder a bunch of kids, and stuff them into robots cannot be all that mentally stable to begin with.
It also reveals a drawing of a purple guard with a large smile that is most likely Jeremy, as he had been told to stay close to the animatronics - which he is, specifically Toy Chica - at the end of the Night Six phone call. It could also be argued that the animatronics have already been hostile to him since his first day.
If not, the Phone Guy was present during the murders (if the theory of the Marionette is true). They lobotomized the recently transferred Jeremy, because Jeremy was the bait of murderer, thinking he would be spared if the animatronics believe they've just killed the would be serial killer. As soon as the management heard about the murders, they held a meeting requiring all employees to attend, informing all of their legal trouble while evaluating the employees. She wears a bow tie, a staple of a ventriloquist's suit, and she has two endoskeleton heads. If the New Freddy's is as cheap as the old one, it would make sense that they would use some existing parts from the old machines to save money. Phone Guy says the original plan for the old animatronics was to use them for parts, so it's not unreasonable to think there was some cross-contamination. The new mascots, meanwhile, will see the old mascots as Psycho Prototypes who threaten the safety of everyone in the restaurant. So expect a lot of Interplay of Sex and Violence that shows us that a sexy murderous robot is still a murderous robot.
Now, why would they have access to criminal databases, unless they're a preventative measure? So far, we have the main four, both old and new, as well as Golden Freddy, The Marionette, and the Balloon Guy, making for eleven animatronics. As the night guard, all you can do is look left and right and trigger switches within reach. Strengthens an above theory about how the Marionette believes metal has a life force; because it is aware that it is being possessed. So she's supposed to be the pirate wench to his swashbuckling captain; possibly the First Mate. As there are likely at least eleven murdered children, that we know of anyway, it accounts for almost everyone. Instead, the bodies resemble the only grown-up we see in the mini games — the Purple Man. All well and good, but there is a logistics problem: during peak hours, Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy are up to their armpits in fussy, hyperactive children.
It was posted at the prize counter in the main dining hall, so it could clearly see everyone coming into Freddy's, and everyone in Freddy's could see it.
The new Fazbear animatronics are suddenly overwhelmed with kids to entertain, with Foxy getting torn apart daily.
Puts on a metaphorical mask around the children to fit in with Chica and Freddy, but actually behaves in a no-nonsense manner when around adults only or with the other animatronics.
Not actually meant to be an animatronic; is cursed into being able to move and disrupt electronics like the flashlight. Some people think the Purple Guy is holding a phone, but another theory exists that he's holding some kind of taser or something else that could short-circuit the robots.
Assuming the Purple Man's first victim became The Puppet, we know he is thirsty for vengeance of his murder. Usually a WOD will include one gymnastics move, one aerobic move and one weightlifting move. There's an opening in staff, but the way Phone Guy lets you know about it is ambiguous; either they fired someone who has not taken it well (as in Game Theory's analysis and the real-life incident that partially inspired the game), or an employee has been killed and the police are investigating it. What if the Puppet actually ran into Freddy and alerted him that Jeremy had kidnapped the children, and Freddy was actually following him to the scene of the crime, only for the Puppet to have to perform an Emergency Transformation on the children when he found they were too late to stop Jeremy from killing them?
As the murderer wore it, no human could have done the deed, as being forced into it would, as we know, kill them. Even ignoring the bits hanging out of the head, you can still see the metal in the joints of the Golden Freddy suit just as they were in the first game's Freddy suit in the "game over" screen; a human being couldn't have worn it and lived.
And after several nights of putting up with the robots, by night 6 he's really going nuts, imagining that the suit he wore is also a robot and is coming to get him as well. Jeremy can't have snuck in to clean up his mess, since there was another night guard during that period. The strain of fear the animatronics gave Jeremy during his fifth night, made Jeremy extremely fatigued from all the panic, which made him miss the meeting during the day. Her second head is rather good-sized, so it's possible her puppet could be desgined to have a large hook hand of a similar size to Foxy himself (possibly having a large head, large hands, and a smaller body and legs to give it a "cute" look).

One game depicts 4 or so children being served food, (poisoned, of course, considering the fact that children seem to suddenly die on the premises of the restaurant), but then there's a fifth child, outside the window, crying. So perhaps putting parts from the old animatronics into the new ones has "infected" them somehow, and that's why the new mascots are walking around. What is going to stop them from messing with the software to see the new guard as a threat regardless? When you listen closely to the static that she produces, you can hear someone saying '10-1'. In other words, the new animatronics aren't possessed, they simply have their own soul, and each of their souls possessed the Marionette, if that makes sense. But there are twelve animatronics, counting the old ones, the toy ones, the Marionette, and Golden Freddy. If this is accurate, it means that Freddy, Bonnie, Chica and Foxy are inhabited not by the spirits of children, but by the spirits of adults. Maybe he did even more tampering during your week just before you came in for work using the Golden Freddy suit to avoid getting brutalized (along with a certain aforementioned other use), considering no one seems to catch on to his acts until sometime between Nights 3 and 4 with his job just happening to open up a day later.
The "SAVE HIM" minigame shows that the animatronics can get so busy entertaining children that they don't notice when there's danger at the door. It's designed so that anyone looking at it will be drawn to look directly at its face, providing it with a clear facial recognition scan. Foxy's damage reports have eaten up all the communications bandwidth, so the Marionette can't raise its security alerts when a Murderer walks right into the place and starts shopping for victims.
Doesn't like how the cleanup crew don't do their jobs very well (filth on the walls, things laying about).
Takes on the role of primary security officer during the night and when she can during the day, which is why she's usually the first into Jeremy's office; she's concerned about whether or not he's a proper security man or just a schmuck trying to make a buck that doesn't give a rat's ass about Mister Fazbear's establishment. May even be part of the reason the Toy crew are trying to kill Jeremy instead of protect the joint. Is especially pissed off that all his pirate themed stuff is gone, and blames both staff members and new Foxy, which is why she sticks to the roof where he can't reach her.
And he, most likely, stuck the souls of other murdered children into the animatronics so they could join him in seeking vengeance. For the latter, the place before was specifically stated to be a diner, and the murder occurred at "Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria".
It's highly unlikely that a predator would come to work at a place where he just murdered, sure you could say that he was clearing of evidence, but after finding out about the homicidal animatronics, one should note that means Jeremy can never leave the "safety(?)" of his office. The theory going around is that the old mascots will walk away if they see you wearing the mask, since they want to stuff you in an empty suit. We know the toy ones become haunted at some point, because after the murders of the second game, they start to just stare at the adult staff.
If a person is flagged in the criminal database as a potential threat, the Marionette would use wireless or radio transmission to alert security and coordinate the Fazbear Gang into position between the kids and the would-be predator.
Has no personality besides stock noises he makes during the day with a proximity sensor and when deploying fresh balloons.
Kids wind up the music box, and he pops out when it ends, eliciting cheers and laughter as he smiles and gives out free toys, even roping other animatronics into the act if they show up and giving them one too. Freddy knew what the device did and tried to attack Purple Guy when he came at him- the screen blacks out because he touches Freddy with it, but maybe Freddy managed to grab him for a second and Purple Guy had to shove him off. It would also make sense since she takes the role of "entertainer", and a ventriloquist's act would allow her to tell stories and jokes while the kids eat. Completely mime, uses exaggerated gestures and poses that children understand to get across his meaning. Dying sucks, for sure, but The Puppet appears to be the only one who brought himself back on what might have been his own terms. They'll see you wearing the mask and think you're a suit without an endoskeleton and then OH DEAR.
In the first game, he's the only one who doesn't immediately rush you at the first opportunity, like someone starved for revenge would be.
She loves kids, and is perfectly happy with letting them do as they will with her, encouraging it sometimes. Maybe the other kids just wanted to go to the afterlife, and The Puppet forced them to stay and is making them commit their evil acts because it's the only way they can move on. Any way you slice it, the robots are trying to protect the children they consider themselves in charge of. The only thing that keeps them from being outright heroes is that they keep murdering innocent guards, not just the guilty ones.
And because he isn't being haunted by anything, he just hates, hates hates hates security guards.
After his murder, he got so enraged at his murderer that he possessed the marionette, fittingly, to seek his revenge.
He then controls those four children and forces them into four other suits, then makes them murder any adult they find, since they can't decipher what their murderers face looked like. Easy, Mangle's attempting to contact the police via a damaged radio (if you slow her noise down, it's a radio repeating the Lost connection Police Code 10-1), the animatronics scream in pain when they kill you (if you listen to the full files), and the puppet was the first to die, thus making it seem unfair and making him angrier and more powerful.

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