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- Or were you looking for Fetch, the titular animatronic from the second book of the same name?
Fazbear Frights #2: Fetch is a second volume from the book series of the franchise: Fazbear Frights. Written by Andrea Waggener and Carly Anne West with Scott Cawthon, it is published on March 3, 2020.
The Fazbear Frights series continues with three more bone-chilling, novella-length tales to keep even the bravest Five Nights at Freddy’s player up at night . . .
After years of being kicked around, Greg, Alec, and Oscar are ready to take control of their lives. Greg decides to put the controversial science he’s been studying to the test. Alec launches a master plot to expose his golden sister for the spoiled brat he knows she is. And Oscar, ever the miniature grown-up his mom needs him to be, decides to take something he wants . . . even though he knows it’s wrong. But as these three will learn, control is a fragile thing in the sinister world of Five Nights at Freddy’s.
In this second volume, horror master Scott Cawthon spins three sinister novella-length stories from different corners of his series’ canon. Each story comes complete with accompanying artwork from fan-favorite game artist LadyFiszi, who brings the horror to life in startling new ways.
Readers beware: This collection of terrifying tales is enough to unsettle even the most hardened Five Nights at Freddy’s fans.
High schooler Greg and his friends Hadi and Cyril break into an abandoned Freddy's and find an animatronic dog named Fetch that can connect to your phone to help you out in daily activities. Greg tries to activate it, but it doesn’t do anything, and they leave once they start to feel creeped out. The next day, Greg starts getting strange text messages from a mysterious number that reveals itself to be Fetch, and he soon realizes the animatronic is tracking everything he does. At school, Greg gets to do an assignment with his crush Kimberly about REGs. (which is a real but controversial science and Fetch is implied to be one) He is excited and rushes home on his bike but is bitten by his neighbor’s angry dog (who had attacked him once before). The next day, Greg finds the dog dead in his backyard, with Fetch simply having texted “YW” (You're Welcome). Freaking out, he returns to Freddy's with his friends, where he explores a bit more and finds four deactivated animatronics before being chased out by Fetch. Once home, Greg looks into ways to get more money for his experiments, including texting his uncle Darren about if he could help with his “Magic Finger of Luck”. (Darren has a “lucky finger” which apparently brings him good luck when he uses it). Greg goes to bed and when he wakes up, finds a finger outside of his house and begins to feel uncomfortable. His fears are confirmed when he learns that Darren is in the hospital due to a brutal animal attack involving his finger, which causes Greg to destroy and bury Fetch in anger. The next day, a friend tells Greg over the phone that Kimberly is looking for him, and as Greg is getting dressed to go meet up with her, he gets a new text from Fetch, simply saying “will retrieve”. Greg rushes to her house to warn her but her parents call the police because they think he is crazy and stalking them. After dealing with the cops, Greg goes back to his house and takes a shower. Once finished, he is horrified to find a corpse covered in a blanket, which he instantly recognizes as Kimberly. He checks his phone and finds one new message from Fetch, “CU” (See you)
Teenager Alec has always bullied his little sister Hazel, thinking of her as a spoiled brat. Hazel’s birthday is coming up in a few days and she is planning to have the party at Freddy’s, so they head there a few days early to prepare. During that time, Hazel wanted her and Alec to switch roles for the week to annoy their parents, with Alec being nice and Hazel being mean. Alec, who agrees to do it, still doesn't trust Hazel and wonders what she's up to. Once at Freddy's, the kids see the “Yarg Foxy” plush toy, which both Alec and Hazel have always really wanted . They also discover “Lonely Freddy”, a robotic toy that is supposed to be a fake friend that can have simple conversation. After setting everything up, they go home and a few days later, the party starts. During the party, Alec is planning to finally expose Hazel as a brat by causing her to have a tantrum when she can’t win a Yarg Foxy ticket from a Ticket Tornado Game (He secretly removed all the Yarg Foxy tickets from the machine). However, Alec’s plan fails when a Yarg Foxy ticket (that he missed) gets stuck on Hazel’s hair, which causes the two kids to get into a fight and ends in Alec damaging the toy and running off. After exploring the pizzeria, Alec finds a hidden room with a Lonely Freddy toy, who activates and starts asking him questions. They start innocent enough, but slowly become more disturbing. After it stops asking questions, the toy’s eyes glow, and Alec begins to lose control of his body. He tries to scream for help, but his mouth won’t make a sound. He relaxes and slowly regains control of himself as he hears his family nearby. Once he’s fully in control again, he heads towards the door of the room, but everything seems oddly bigger. He runs to the Party Room where two kids grab him and throw him to the ground. Once he gets back up, he sees another Alec with his family, having a normal happy conversation. An employee comes and takes (real) Alec out of the room while (fake) Alec winks at him. Alec then sees himself in a mirror and realizes that he is trapped inside the Lonely Freddy from earlier. The employee then throws him into a dumpster filled with other Lonely Freddy toys and locks him in. Alec screams, but soon realizes that the screams aren’t only coming from him- they’re coming from the dozens of other Lonely Freddy’s, all with individual souls trapped inside of them.
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Oscar is a high school kid whose dad has recently passed away and whose mom works at a nursing home. Oscar learns that a toy he wants, the “Plushtrap Chaser” (a mechanical toy that is described to move in the dark and freeze in light) is going to be on sale, but he’ll have to go to school first. After school, Oscar heads to only store that still has it in stock and meets up with his friends Isaac and Raj, but they are disappointed when it is announced that the they’ve just sold out. However, Oscar overhears employees discussing how somebody just returned an oddly realistic Plushtrap in a mangled box and that they won’t be able to sell it due to that. Despite this, Oscar sneaks past them and grabs the toy before running from Mall Security with his friends. Once they get home, they unbox it and notice that it has realistic looking eyes and yellow teeth, and after trying to play around with it, they find that it won’t turn on. A few days later, Isaac and Raj come over to Oscar’s house again and they discover a tiny outlet on the back of Plushtrap’s head, which gives Oscar the idea to charge the toy. After that, a massive storm starts and Oscar’s mom calls to check on him, but they get into a fight just as the storm cuts the call and leaves the kids in darkness. They go to grab flashlights and when they get back, discover that Plushtrap is activated as it chases them to the bedroom. It’s about to attack Isaac when they remember the toy deactivates in light, so Oscar holds his flashlight on the toy, and while the power runs out quickly, they are able to get away. The kids are eventually chased to the garage where they barely open the door and escape the house. Once outside, they remember a train is nearby and get an idea. They run to the tracks and barely dodge the train, but Plushtrap is frozen by the trains light and destroyed. They look back on the tracks and find the scattered parts of Plushtrap as well as a mangled jaw and human eyes. The kids go home, and the next day, Oscar helps his mom at the nursing home as well as apologizing for the fight and the story ends on an overall happy note.