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“LIAR. THIEF. YOU.”
Ballora is an animatronic ballerina who first appeared as a minor antagonist in Room for One More, the second story in Fazbear Frights 3: 1:35AM. She primarily appeared as the main antagonist in Dance with Me, the second story in Fazbear Frights 4: Step Closer.
Ballora looks similar to her game counterpart, but instead has red makeup, wide blue eyes, and a straight face.
In Dance With Me, Ballora never speaks, but her personality is shown through her actions. Like the Blackbird, she stalks Kasey until she makes things right. She seems to become increasingly agitated when Kasey continues her life of crime, and is haunting Kasey for her past misdeeds, as shown in the dream sequence.
Room for One More
Ballora briefly appears in one of Stanley's dreams as a nurse. She is described as having a "sultry and feminine" voice. She ties Stanley down to a dentist's chair with leather straps. A Minireena, acting as a dentist, tries to stretch Stanley's jaw as far as possible.
Dance with Me
Ballora isn't physically present in Dance With Me. She is only seen whenever the protagonist, Kasey, wears a special pair of glasses. The glasses has Ballora's image on it, and the words "Put on the glasses, and Ballora will dance for you." Every time Kasey puts it on, she sees a holographic image of an animatronic ballerina whom she recognizes as Ballora from Circus Baby's Pizza World. She doesn't actively attack Kasey, but simply twirls around and creeps her out, seemingly getting closer every time she wears the glasses. One time, she sees Ballora twirling in amongst the falling autumn leaves, but for some reason, they were revolving around her, as if she was physically present. Eventually, Ballora gets so close to Kasey that she could almost touch her. After Kasey gives the glasses back to the mother and daughter of whom she stole from, the daughter puts them on. Not only can she see Ballora, but she begins to dance ballet.
- In Dance With Me, the glasses, when worn, seems to be connected with an illusion disc making Ballora appear as if she was actually there, even though she is not.
- Ballora also seems to slightly represent Glitchtrap as well, as in Help Wanted, during gameplay Glitchtrap will come closer to the player every time, eventually, Glitchtrap will take hold of the player to revive himself. However, this isn't the case with Ballora, as in Dance With Me, Ballora only seems to have taken hold of the girl who Kasey gives the glasses back to.