When you wake up, just remember: Friends are forever.
Freddy Fazbear, Five Nights at Freddy's AR: Special Delivery

Freddy Fazbear is the titular antagonist of the Five Nights at Freddy's series, who later appears as multiple variations in the succeeding games, and is the mascot of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. He is an animatronic bear who, like the other animatronics in the game, is left in a "free-roaming mode" at night, during which he wanders around Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, along with the other animatronics, until 6 AM, to prevent their servos from locking up.

Like the other animatronics, Freddy Fazbear will try to forcefully stuff any human he sees after hours into a Freddy Fazbear suit, resulting in the death of the person in question.[1]


Based on the Freddy Fazbear's Pizza theme song, during the day, Freddy loves to have fun and is also shown to be laid-back, easygoing, and happy-go-lucky.

Five Nights at Freddy's AR gives Freddy a new voice that is very deep and a bit glitchy, as well as a new personality. This version of Freddy seems to be more malicious, and loves taunting his victims, but some of his lines suggest him to be somewhat merciful.

Physical Appearance

A light brown animatronic bear; wears a black bow tie and black top hat; carries a microphone in his right hand that we're sure he'd find a creative way to kill you with. Enhancing his face shows a handprint across his right eye, and another dark mark (possibly a handprint) along the lower left side of his jaw.
The Freddy Files, page 12,


The handprints on Freddy's face, highlighted in green for clarity.

Freddy is a brown animatronic bear with a light shade of brown on both his stomach and puffy muzzle. On stage, he wears a black top hat, black bow tie with a neck strap, and wields a microphone with his right hand. He has thick black eyebrows, three-toed feet, and three blackish freckles on both sides of his muzzle. From his palms and underneath his fingers he has what appears to be paw-like prints. His round ears are articulated and are thus able to move backwards and forward (Similar to the ears of several other animatronics). Freddy sports squarish, human-like teeth from his lower jaw, and, like most of the animatronics at the pizzeria (except for Foxy), has no visible teeth on his upper jaw.

He has human handprints on the right side of his face and chin from the left (see picture above left), though they are difficult to locate. His irises are normally of a light, baby blue color, although, presumably for paranormal reasons, they become glossy-black when he is commonly seen on-camera and in one of his jumpscares, rather than his normal costume eyes. The only exceptions with him and his costume eyes are, in the group stare onstage, when he is coming down the East Hall, and when he is in the doorway when the power runs out. He and Foxy are the only two animatronics whose pupils glow white in the dark.

In Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted, Freddy's appearance is altered slightly. His fur color is more desaturated, and unlike in the classic games, his fur's texture is more matted and scratchy. With similar technology to the Funtime animatronics that allow costume plates to be opened immediately, Freddy's bow tie is revealed to allow the torso to open, for easier access to the innards. His more detailed endoskeleton includes a safety latch, a strange metallic black and yellow wire that can extend a metal bar to lock it in place. Freddy's endoskeleton features a red button that powers said safety latch. Freddy's Music Box is tucked safely to the left of Freddy's endoskeleton.

Freddy's design in Five Nights at Freddy's AR: Special Delivery, while more similar to his original appearance than in Help Wanted, appears to be made of different material, with a more reflective, shiny suit. His eyes' design is now slightly different. Like the other Special Delivery animatronics, the more damage Freddy takes, the more broken he is, gaining more dark burn and dirt marks over time.


Five Nights at Freddy's

Uh... Interestingly enough, Freddy himself doesn't come off stage very often. I heard he becomes a lot more active in the dark though, so, hey, I guess that's one more reason not to run out of power, right?
Phone Guy,

Freddy starts the night on the Show Stage, along with his bandmates, Bonnie and Chica. Upon activation, he will follow a set path from the Show Stage to the Office. The path is as follows:

Show StageDining AreaRestroomsKitchenEast Hall → East Hall Corner → The Office.

Unlike the other animatronics, he will remain in dark areas of the room he is occupying, leaving mostly his eyes and parts of his face visible. This implies that Freddy is avoiding the cameras as much as possible or, as Phone Guy states, this may be because Freddy is more active in the dark.

Freddy will not be visible if another animatronic is in the same room as him. Viewing Freddy on the security cameras will slow him on his path, even if he is not visible in the room due to Bonnie or Chica's presence.

Freddy will play his jingle either when he is in the Kitchen, where he is not visible as that room's camera is disabled, or in The Office when the power is out and the player has no means of warding him off.

Freddy spook

Freddy playing his jingle after the power runs out, animated.

For the first two nights of the week, Freddy is inactive and stays onstage, looking at the camera intermittently. During those nights, he only becomes active if the player runs out of power.

If the Office's power runs out, then after a maximum of 20 seconds, Freddy Fazbear's face will light up in the left doorway, illuminated and shimmering, accompanied by his music box jingle. After a maximum of 20 seconds, the remaining lights of the Office and Freddy's face will flicker and turn off, turning the room completely dark (in addition, Freddy's jingle will stop as well). Being initially not visible (yet sometimes audible due to his footsteps), Freddy will eventually approach the guard and attack them, resulting in a game over.

Contrary to popular belief, staying still and "playing dead" during this sequence does not delay Freddy's attack, as the amount of time Freddy takes to attack the player is determined entirely by random chance.[2]

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Freddy jumpscaring after his song has ended, animated.

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Freddy attacking. Note that Freddy's glossy-black eyes replacing his normal ones. Part of the iris in his right eye can be seen in his jumpscare, animated.

From Night 3 onward, Freddy becomes active. Once active, he will move in a straight line towards the East Hall Corner, right next to the Office. However, he is only capable of moving while the Monitor is down, meaning that it can be used to slow him down. Usually, when Freddy moves, a deep laugh and running footsteps are heard instead of the usual walking footsteps the animatronics create when moving.

Once Freddy reaches the East Hall Corner, he behaves differently. Whenever the player is looking at a camera that is not Cam 4B, Freddy will attempt to enter the Office, assuming he is ready to move. If the right door is open, he will then enter the office and jumpscare the player once they put the monitor down. If the right door is closed, he will instead move to the East Hall and try to get back to the corner.[2]

The most efficient way to prevent Freddy from reaching Cam 4B is to monitor the cameras frequently to stall his movements. Once he is in the East Hall Corner, the player should avoid looking at a camera other than Cam 4B where possible, and close the right door if it is necessary to check a different camera.

It is not necessary switch cameras to Pirate Cove to impede Foxy's progress, as looking any camera will suffice in slowing Foxy down, although it may be helpful to be able to know how close Foxy is to attacking.

Five Nights at Freddy's 2

His origin is further explored in the prequel Five Nights at Freddy's 2, appearing as his earliest incarnation by the name of Withered Freddy, who has fallen into severe disrepair and was later replaced by Toy Freddy within the different pizzeria. After the events of the second game, Withered Freddy was later rebuilt to become his original self for the events of the first original game.

The original Freddy still appears in four end-of-night cutscenes from the player's point of view.

Five Nights at Freddy's 3

Freddy returns once more in Five Nights at Freddy's 3. He is now one of the attractions at Fazbear's Fright along with the other animatronics, with his head and limbless body remain. He can be seen outside the doorway to the left of The Office. Being a lifeless suit, Freddy is incapable of moving or attacking the night guard. His appearance does not affect gameplay and is only present for aesthetic purposes. His role is majorly replaced by his phantom counterpart Phantom Freddy.

Freddy's most notable appearance is in the end-of-night minigames. Upon completing each night, the player will be taken to a short minigame, with graphics similar to old Atari gaming systems, during which they must navigate a map of the pizzeria from the first game.

On the first night, the player will start out as Freddy Fazbear, appearing on the Show Stage from the first game, alongside Bonnie and Chica. If they leave the Stage and enter any other room, they will encounter what appears to be Shadow Freddy, instructing the player to follow it. It will lead them to a room on the east side of the restaurant, and it will enter a room which is inaccessible to the player (they will receive an "ERR" message if they try to enter it). If they try to walk away, then Purple Guy will rush out and dismantle Freddy, and the minigame ends.

During every other end-of-night minigame, Freddy's remains can be seen scattered throughout the very same room he was dismantled in.

From the "Happiest Day" minigame, one of the six children at the end of the minigame is seen wearing Freddy's mask.

Five Nights at Freddy's 4

Minigame stuff

A Freddy plushie in one of the end-of-night minigames.

Freddy himself does not make any major appearance in Five Nights at Freddy's 4. His plushie can be seen on the Bed from the main gameplay as well as in some minigames after completing each night. The other appearance is when he appears on the TV on the Night 2 minigame, on a commercial titled "Fredbear & Friends!".

From the end-of-night minigame after completing Night 5, one of the protagonist's older brother's friends is seen wearing Freddy's mask.

Rather than appearing as himself, Freddy is replaced with Nightmare Freddy.

Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location

Freddy does not physically appear in Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location himself, but his upgraded "funtime" counterpart, Funtime Freddy, takes his role for the majority of the game. He was briefly mentioned by HandUnit while discussing about the closure of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza.

Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator

Main article: Starting Minigame

Freddy appears briefly in Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator, during the beginning minigame and a few cutscene images showing both his original and withered version. In the majority of the game, he is replaced by Molten Freddy, and his rockstar counterpart, Rockstar Freddy.

Once the player boots up the game for the first time, they began a minigame where they play as an 8-bit Freddy Fazbear. The player can move him with the WASD keys. The player must pick up pizzas from the upper right corner, and throw them at a group of kids. All of the kids need three pizzas to disappear, and once all of the kids disappear, the player moves to the next round. There are four rounds in total, and on the last round, Shadow Freddy will appear to block the thrown pizzas (he will freeze for a few seconds once the player hits him with a pizza). After the player beats this minigame, they will see a cutscene with Scrap Baby, and begin the main game of Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator.

Ultimate Custom Night

Freddy Fazbear approaches from the Left Hall, emerging from the darkness and progressing in stages toward the door. Keep track of him on the monitor and shut the door when he is standing in the doorway to turn him away. He moves faster as the building gets warmer, so the player needs to keep him at a cool 60 degrees whenever possible.
Ultimate Custom Night description,

Freddy's Jumpscare

Freddy attacking the player, animated.

Freddy Fazbear returns in Ultimate Custom Night as one of the many selectable characters.

As stated by the character description found in Ultimate Custom Night, Freddy Fazbear appears in the Left Hall.

Once Freddy Fazbear spawns, he will slowly make his way closer towards the Office left door, moving in 4 notable phases en route. When seen in his fourth phase, the player has a short amount of time in which they can close the left door or else their night will end with a jumpscare from Freddy.

The speed at which Freddy transitions between phases will increase during the night if the temperature in the Office increases.

The challenges in which Freddy is present are as follows:

  • Bears Attack 1
  • Bears Attack 2
  • Bears Attack 3
  • Old Friends
  • Chaos 2

Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted

Freddy himself returns as one of the antagonists in Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted. He appears in all levels in FNAF 1 section as well as Repair Freddy in Parts and Service section.



Freddy attacking the player, animated.

Freddy appears on the show stage in every night available, and first becomes active on Night 2, unlike the original Five Nights at Freddy's, but he only begins moving very late into the night, and his activity doesn't really pick up until Night 3, just like the original game, unless the player runs out of power, in which Freddy will play his Toreador March and attack the player.

Freddy makes his way from show stage, dining area, restrooms, kitchen, east Hall, east hall corner to the office. Viewing Freddy on the security cameras will slow him on his path. Once he is at the east hall corner, the player can only avoid him from being attacked by closing the right door, but that does not make him leave. Unlike the original game, Freddy will now be visible in the blind spot when turning on the light but will not make any sound effect when viewed, unlike Bonnie and Chica.

Parts and Service

In Repair Freddy, the player must clean out some personal items that a customer has left on Freddy, and retrieve it so it can be taken to lost and found. Follow HandUnit's instruction correctly can prevent him from attacking. However, touching the sensitive wires inside Freddy will trigger Freddy to attack the player. Freddy's music box must also be removed momentarily, to then put it back again. However, the player will drop the music box in a scripted event. His eyes will glow furiously once his music box has been dropped, the player must insert a replacement slowly and carefully. Failure to replace the music box will result in a jumpscare. To close Freddy's chest plate, the player needs to honk Freddy's nose, thus ending the level.

Five Nights at Freddy's AR: Special Delivery


Freddy attacking the player, animated.

Freddy appears in the AR game along with his bandmates. While attacking, Freddy will play the Toreador March and speak to the player. To defeat him, the player must listen for him and watch his movements, and, after he decloaks, give him a controlled shock. It is also possible to obtain a Freddy plush suit or CPU which can be placed on an endoskeleton and said endoskeleton can then be sent to salvage for parts or attack other players.

Five Nights at Freddy's

Main Menu




Five Nights at Freddy's 2


Five Nights at Freddy's 3




Five Nights at Freddy's 4



Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator




Ultimate Custom Night




Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted

Gallery Menu


Model and Animations




Five Nights at Freddy's AR: Special Delivery






FNaF World


Box Art



Five Nights at Freddy's

Freddy's Tune ("Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre"; also referred to as "Toreador March").
Music box
The sound Freddy emits when attacking the night guard. Each animatronic (excluding Golden Freddy) makes a noise identical to this in the same circumstance.
Warning: Loud!
Freddy's laughs that are heard when he moves.
Laugh Giggle Girl 1d
Laugh Giggle Girl 2d
Laugh Giggle Girl 8d
Freddy's running footsteps that are also heard when he moves.
Running fast3
Freddy's footsteps that are heard when the power runs out, either before he plays his jingle or before he attacks. Bonnie and Chica also make this sound when they move.
Deep steps
The sound Freddy makes after sneaking to the Office.

Five Nights at Freddy's 3

The sound Freddy and the other animatronics make when dismantled by Purple Guy.
Warning: Loud!
Crazy garble

Five Nights at Freddy's AR: Special Delivery

I've planned something special, j-just for you.

Ive planned something special, just for you

That sure was fu-un!

That sure was fun!

I-I bet you didn't expect me to show up, d-did ya now?

I bet you didn't expect me to show up did ya now
I bet you didnt expect me to show up, did ya now - alternate

Round and round we go...w-where we're going, no-obody knows!

Round and round we go
Round and round we go - alternate

When you wake up, j-just remember: Friends are fore-ever.

When you wake up just remember Friends are forever

I hope you enjoyed my visit. I've got a special delivery-y, j-just for you.

I hope you enjoyed my visit I got a special delivery just for you
I hope you enjoyed my visit I got a special delivery just for you - alternate

Now would be a good ti-ime to hold your breath.

Now would be a good time to hold your breath

It looks like someone wasn't ready for Fr-freddy to come to the party!

It looks like someone wasn't ready for Freddy to come to the party
It looks like someone wasn't ready for Freddy to come to the party! - alternate
It looks like someone wasn't ready for Freddy to come to the party! - alternate2

Most people li-ike my hugs!

Most people like my hugs!

What's that you say-y? You didn't invite me-e? Too bad.

What's that you say You didnt invite me Too bad

I hope you enjoyed my visit. I'm planning on making it e-extra special for you.

I hope you enjoyed my visit. I plan on making it extra special for you.

Better lu-uck next time.

Better luck next time
Better luck next time - alternate

Aw, you look down, would you like a hug?


By the look on your face you really were suprised.


Bet you weren't expecting me to show up early, were you now?

BetYouWeren t

I bet you were shocked this time.


You did your best and that's all that counts.


Now, now, all that fear there isn't helping e-either of us.


I've prepared an special-happy fun time j-just for you.

I vePreparedAnExtra
The sound Freddy emits when attacking the player.
Warning: Loud!

Five Nights at Freddy's

Activity Levels

Every 302 ticks (each tick is approximately 0.01 seconds), the game will pick a random number between 1 and 20. If it is less than Freddy's AI, Freddy will be set to Might move. When he is set to Might move, a timer will be started. Every tick is increased by 1. If it is greater than or equal to 1000 subtracted by Freddy's AI level multiplied by 100, Freddy will move. This timer is always set to 0 if the player has the monitor up, except if Freddy is at the East Hall Corner. Note that if Freddy's AI is higher than 10, the timer will always be at 0, resulting in him immediately moving when the monitor is lowered. It is unclear if Freddy will ever go back from being set to Might move or Will move.

Night 1
Time AI Level
12 AM 0
2 AM 0
3 AM 0
4 AM 0
Night 2
Time AI Level
12 AM 0
2 AM 0
3 AM 0
4 AM 0
Night 3
Time AI Level
12 AM 1
2 AM 1
3 AM 1
4 AM 1
Night 4
Time AI Level
12 AM 1 or 2
2 AM 1 or 2
3 AM 1 or 2
4 AM 1 or 2
Night 5
Time AI Level
12 AM 3
2 AM 3
3 AM 3
4 AM 3
Night 6
Time AI Level
12 AM 4
2 AM 4
3 AM 4
4 AM 4

Movement Countdowns


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Along with Foxy, Freddy cannot move to locations in random order. Freddy will move through the following order:

Location 1
Current Area Following Areas
Show Stage Dining Area > Restrooms > Kitchen > East Hall > East Hall Corner
Location 2
Current Area Optional Areas
East Hall Corner The Office*
East Hall*

*Depending on if the right door is closed or not.

Ultimate Custom Night


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  • Freddy Fazbear was originally called Freddybear, as seen in the Kickstarter and the Five Nights at Freddy's Steam description.[3]
    • This name is similar to Fredbear, the precursor to Freddy from Fredbear's Family Diner.
    • The name "Freddybear" could be a play on "Teddy Bear."
  • The music that Freddy plays is a musical box rendition of Georges Bizet's Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre (the Toreador Song) from the opera "Carmen". The song can be found here. (For the in-game version of the music, see the Audio tabber.)
  • Freddy Fazbear is the first of three animatronics to have a jumpscare preceded by music. The others being the Puppet and Ballora.
  • Freddy has more counterparts than any character in the series.
  • The name "Fazbear" could be a reference to the Muppet character Fozzie Bear, who, in turn, is named after Faz Fazakas, the man who created the animatronic mechanism that allowed Fozzie to wiggle his ears.
  • Freddy seems to be based on both the 1977 version of Chuck E. Cheese from Chuck E. Cheese's, since both are vocal leaders wearing a hat and bow tie, and Billy Bob from ShowBiz Pizza Place, as both he and Freddy are bears and prominent members of a band.
    • Freddy also bears a surprising resemblance to one of the Country Bears animatronics Henry.
  • Freddy Fazbear is the first animatronic in the series to have an official last name, the second being Orville Elephant.
  • Freddy and Foxy are the only animatronics that have variations in every installment succeeding the first game.

Five Nights at Freddy's

  • Technically, Freddy does have the ability to run like Foxy, as the sounds heard when he moves involve running footsteps, though he is never seen doing so.
  • Freddy is always the last of the animatronics to move from the Show Stage, after Chica and Bonnie. This includes during the Custom Night if Freddy's A.I. is set to 20 while the others are much lower.
  • Freddy was originally intended to be stationary and only move when the player lost power during the night, akin to his behavior on the first two nights. However, Scott Cawthon wanted to give the titular character more floor time, and, in turn, changed the AI programming to its current iteration of stalking the player from Night 3 onwards.[4]
  • Freddy appears with bloodshot human eyes in the hallucinations, whereas Bonnie appears with his eyes either glossy-black or entirely absent.
  • The laugh that is heard while Freddy moves is actually an audio clip of a girl giggling, only slowed down.
  • Phone Guy states that Freddy becomes more active while in the dark. This might explain why he is the only animatronic that comes after the player when the power goes out, and hides in the darker areas of each room, as opposed to Bonnie and Chica, who usually stand in brighter areas.
  • Unlike the other animatronics, Freddy's normal eyes may only be seen both when either the power goes out, when he is in the East Hall, or when all animatronics are on-stage.
  • Freddy can be seen holding his microphone when on the Show Stage and in both the Dining Area and East Hall, barely. This makes him the only animatronic to hold his stage item when not currently on-stage.
  • Apart from the Show Stage and the Kitchen, Freddy's position on camera corresponds to how far he is from the player: the closer to the Office he is, the closer to the camera his face is and more of his face can be seen.
  • While on most cameras only Freddy's eyes glow, he somehow illuminates his entire face during the power outage and, even though his power outage jumpscare happens in complete darkness, Freddy himself is somehow fully well-lit. In the latter two cases, even his normal eyes are clearly visible.
  • Clicking Freddy's nose on the "CELEBRATE!" poster from the Office will cause it to squeak.
  • DistortedFreddyPoster

    Poster of a distorted Freddy Fazbear ripping his head off.

    In Freddy's distorted poster, he is shown tearing his own head off. One of his hands is in the same positions as the handprints on his chin.
  • From the beginning of the first game's trailer, if one looks closely, they can see that there's a hole on Freddy's left palm. This is likely a graphical error.
  • Oddly, Freddy's in-game endoskeleton head is different than the endoskeleton head shown on the Steam page.
    • This is likely because the old endoskeleton head was a placeholder during development.

Five Nights at Freddy's 3

  • On rare occasions, the posters of Freddy found on CAM 02 and CAM 10 can change to a poster of Spring Bonnie.
  • Freddy appears in the third game's trailer, along with Bonnie and Chica.

Five Nights at Freddy's 4

  • Freddy's plush appears to be primarily based on Withered Freddy, as evidenced by the two buttons on his chest.
  • From the Bed, his plushie makes a honking noise when the player clicks his nose. It only occurs in the PC version.
    • He also makes Nightmare Foxy jumpscare the player if the player clicks on the plushie's nose about 15 times, making this the only non-animatronic character to do something other than be a regular plushie.

Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location

  • The "Freddy & Co." challenge from the Custom Night menu is named after Freddy.
  • A brief scene of the first game's gameplay where Freddy, along with Bonnie and Chica, on the Show Stage can be seen at the start of Sister Location's trailer.

Ultimate Custom Night

  • Freddy was thought to be voiced by Tim Simmons, seen listed on However, despite that, Tim is in fact not the voice actor of Freddy as stated by Scott on Reddit.[5]
  • Without voice-acting, Freddy is the only animatronic to play music after jumpscaring instead of speaking.
  • Freddy and Nightmare Fredbear are the only characters who can only enter the office through the left doorway.
  • Freddy Fazbear's mechanic involving him attacking from the Left Hall references one of his original traits from Five Nights at Freddy's, where if the player ran out of power, Freddy would approach from the Left Hall, playing his Toreador March to signify his kill.
  • Kellen Goff's lines for Fredbear were originally intended for Freddy until Scott decided to change his lines for Fredbear, as seen right here.

Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted

  • Unlike becoming active on Night 3 in Five Nights at Freddy's, Freddy actually starts to become active on Night 2 in the FNaF 1 level.
  • In the currently unused Freddy Fazbear's Pizza Theme Song, Freddy is voiced by Kellen Goff, who was previously selected to voice the same character, although his recorded lines were converted to Fredbear's lines without Goff's knowledge. Goff had previously voiced Funtime Freddy and Molten Freddy.

Five Nights at Freddy's AR: Special Delivery

  • Freddy is one of the characters with voice acting in Five Nights at Freddy's AR: Special Delivery. This also marks the first time Freddy actually speaks, if not counting him playing Toreador March.
    • It is unknown who does the voice of Freddy Fazbear yet.
  • Freddy's face appears in the icon for several animatronic MODs, and is the only animatronic to do so.
  • On special holidays, Freddy gets a reskin. This includes Freddy Frostbear on Christmas and Shamrock Skin on Saint Patrick's Day.
  • On March 12, Freddy gets a few new voice lines.

Five Nights at Freddy's

  • If Freddy attacks the night guard after they put the Monitor down, the light/door buttons disappear a split second before he fills up the screen.
  • From the first game's trailer while Freddy's on the Show Stage singing, his chin appears to clip through his bow tie as his mouth opens.
    • This is a common error with the other animatronics.
  • His left endoskeleton hand clips through his palm in the first part of the trailer.
  • In one of Freddy's jumpscares, another Freddy appears at the right door, with his position from the East Hall Corner.
  • On the Steam art cover for the first game, Freddy's chin clips through his bow tie.
    • The said image is used throughout the series' merchandise, and maintains this error throughout.
  • In Freddy's second jumpscare (when he enters the Office without the power going out), his regular white-and-blue eyes can be seen for a split second before switching over to the black ones that last for the duration of the jumpscare. Though, the "blackness" that cover Freddy's eyes during his jumpscare could be shading.
  • If the player let both Freddy and another animatronic into the Office, and when the player holds up the Monitor for a while, sometimes they will disappear and Freddy will appear in their place when the first animatronic attacks, as seen in this video.


  1. "Uh, now concerning your safety, the only real risk to you as a night watchman here, if any, is the fact that these characters, uh, if they happen to see you after hours probably won't recognize you as a person. They'll p-most likely see you as a metal endoskeleton without its costume on. Now since that's against the rules here at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, they'll probably try to...forcefully stuff you inside a Freddy Fazbear suit. Um, now, that wouldn't be so bad if the suits themselves weren't filled with crossbeams, wires, and animatronic devices, especially around the facial area. So, you could imagine how having your head forcefully pressed inside one of those could cause a bit of discomfort...and death. Uh, the only parts of you that would likely see the light of day again would be your eyeballs and teeth when they pop out the front of the mask, heh." - Phone Guy, Night 1
  2. 2.0 2.1 Tech Rules (Jan 16, 2020). Ruining FNAF by Dissecting the Animatronics' AI (Youtube).
  3. Kickstarter - Five Nights at Freddy's by Scott Cawthon
  4. In the original game, Freddy was never originally meant to move around the diner and was only meant to “get you” if your time ran out, this was changed before release. - Scott Cawthon's interview, from the FNaF3 newspaper after completing Nightmare.
  5. I hired Tim for a different part based on his audition for Freddy. - Reddit
Core Series Characters
Standard Animatronics
Bonnie (ClassicWithered)Chica (ClassicWithered)Foxy (ClassicWithered)Freddy Fazbear (ClassicWithered)
Mediocre Melodies
Happy FrogMr. HippoNedd BearOrville ElephantPigpatch
Balloon BoyJJMangleToy BonnieToy ChicaToy FreddyThe Puppet
BalloraBidybabBonnetBaby (CircusScrap)ElectrobabFuntime ChicaFuntime Freddy / Bon-BonFuntime FoxyLolbitMinireena
LeftyRockstar BonnieRockstar ChicaRockstar FoxyRockstar Freddy
Glamrock ChicaGlamrock FreddyMontgomery GatorRoxanne Wolf
Springlock Hybrids
FredbearSpring Bonnie
Endo-01Endo-02EnnardMolten FreddyYenndo
Dee DeeEl ChipMoon AnimatronicMusic Man
Supernatural Animatronics
Phantom BBPhantom ChicaPhantom FoxyPhantom FreddyPhantom ManglePhantom Puppet
NightmareNightmare Balloon BoyNightmare BonnieNightmare ChicaNightmare FoxyNightmare FredbearNightmare FreddyNightmare MangleNightmarionnePlushtrapDreadbearGrimm FoxyJack-O-BonnieJack-O-Chica
Animatronic Skins
Arcade AnimatronicsCircus AnimatronicsHeatwave AnimatronicsHoliday AnimatronicsWasteland Animatronics
Blacklight AnimatronicsGolden FreddyWilliam Afton (SpringtrapScraptrap)
AnimatronicsMinor AnimatronicsScrapped AnimatronicsAnimatronic Delivery Catalog
AI Voices
Female Computer VoiceHandUnitTutorial Unit
Candy CadetCoffeeEgg BabySecurity Puppet
Security Guards
Fritz SmithJeremy FitzgeraldMichael AftonMike SchmidtSecurity Girl (SB)Security Guard (FNaF3)
Audio Recorders
HenryPhone DudePhone GuyTape Girl
Other People
Child Protagonist(s) (FNaF4)William AftonTechniciansVanny
Re-animated Objects
PlushBabyTrash and the Gang
GlitchtrapHelpyOld Man Consequences

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