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There was a character, I couldn't make out who it was, standing at the end of the hall... then it was looking in the window. It was like it was actually looking in the window, seeing what I was doing.

Glitchtrap (also known as the Anomaly) is the main antagonist in Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted that exists within The Freddy Fazbear Virtual Experience. He is a virtual manifestation of William Afton in the form of a non-animatronic version of Spring Bonnie from Fredbear's Family Diner.

Physical Appearance

Glitchtrap takes on the form of a Springbonnie costume, a grinning, bipedal rabbit figure made of golden-yellow color. He is wearing a purple vest speckled with star prints and a purple bow tie with two buttons near the top of his chest. Smaller details include rotten teeth and stitches stretching across his waving hand. He often appears translucent, progressing into a less-spectral form over time.

He also possesses vivid purple eyes with small pupils, which are the first thing visible when he starts to appear to the player's right. In Blacklight Mode, his eyes will turn blue with white, circular pupils. He also has large whiskers on each side of his face, three eyelashes on both of his eyes, and large arch eyebrows.

In his beginning development stage after the first tape is found, Glitchtrap's form is ghostly transparent, with no huge amount of solid details, other than completely green colors and glowing purple eyes.



Glitchtrap's nearly-solid form.


A closer look at Glitchtrap.

Although he lurks behind the player for a majority of the game, very little data about Glitchtrap is truly known. At this time, there is little explanation for Glitchtrap's appearance other than the small pieces of information scattered throughout Help Wanted. According to the various tapes that can be found within the game, this Spring Bonnie began to materialize after the game's beta testing began in full. Although it is not confirmed to be the case, it is highly implied that Glitchtrap may have come into the game through the scanning of old animatronic programming into the video game code to create complex AI systems. This brought in a strange and supernatural entity that deeply disturbed the beta testers that encountered it.

According to the various tape's audio, Glitchtrap is said to be made out of coding akin to a virus, or some other form of malicious software that latches onto files around it.

Glitchtrap first appears in the doorway out of the player's reach, watching from there. As the player progresses by collecting more tapes, he gets closer and closer, eventually looming directly behind the player.

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According to Tape Girl, the malicious code attached itself to her log tapes, which she was keeping in a separate, protected part of the game's code. Once this happened, she could not delete it and had to fragment it among her sixteen logs. This explains why it materializes more as more tapes are collected. Once all sixteen logs are reassembled, Glitchtrap can fully materialize and will attempt to take over the player's body in order to leave the game.

Pizza Party Ending

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In one of the endings, most notably the "Pizza Party" Minigame on Night Terror's Hard/Nightmare Mode, if going to a certain room, there will be a tape and a show stage of some sort with Bonnie and Chica sitting on one side of it, with Bonnie missing his face. After being in there for a couple of seconds, Glitchtrap will come out of the stage and give the player a signal to follow it. Upon following it, he seems to have transferred the player into a Freddy Fazbear suit, in which we perform in as the credits roll. In the background, Glitchtrap is seen dancing near the prize corner.

16 Tapes Ending

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Once all the tapes have been collected, Glitchtrap will randomly attempt to merge with the player and escape the game in their body. When this happens, Glitchtrap appears on the main stage and the player has access to the Blacklight Switch, the Showtime and Prize Corner Buttons, and a button on the left side of the level select monitor. The correct sequence seems to be flipping the Blacklight Switch, pressing the Showtime Button, then pressing the button on the side of the monitor, and finally pressing the Prize Counter button.

If the instructions from Tape 16 are not followed the player's vision will slowly fade into a glitchy, purple screen. Once it clears, the player will be standing on the stage as Spring Bonnie. The game will then fade to black and the player arrives in the game-over room with the option to return to the menu.

If the instructions from Tape 16 are followed the player appears before a metal door with a sliding lock. When opened, Glitchtrap will look through the hold, place a finger to his mouth and shush the player before walking back into the darkness. When the player appears back in the main area, a Glitchtrap plush will be on the floor to their right. It is unknown if this is the 16 Tapes ending or just progression towards it.


Blacklight glitchtrap

Glitchtrap's appearance when in blacklight mode.

  • While his name is never revealed or mentioned in-game, he is internally referred to as "SpringbonnieMAN" in the naming for his texture file, confirming that this is a version of Spring Bonnie.
    • Glitchtrap appears to be the official name for the character. This is because there's a boolean property in the save files marking whether or not Glitchtrap has been defeated, named "Glitchtrap_defeated". This is further supported by several other files, including a file named "Glitchtrap_Master" which has several textures relating to this version of Spring Bonnie.
      • This has caused controversy between fans of Five Nights at Freddy's, as there is another file labeled Glitchtrap which is a silver-textured model of Springtrap, a model many assumed to be the Springtrap seen in Ennard's Blacklight Vent Repair level. It is, however, entirely possible that this model was improperly named or is a leftover file that had another use somewhere in development.
    • While never directly named in-game, Tape Girl frequently refers to him as "the anomaly".
    • Before a name was discovered through data mining, common names for him among fans were VRabbit (a play off of "VR" and "Rabbit") and Malhare (a play off of "Malware" and "Hare").
  • It is highly speculated that Glitchtrap's form is one of the temporary suits mentioned in Five Nights at Freddy's 3.
  • As the player collects tapes, Glitchtrap appears to slowly come closer to them. Also, collecting Faz-Tokens seems to make him more visible and smooths out his animation.
  • When the player goes into Blacklight Mode, Glitchtrap changes from being made of green static to brown and has realistic, human eyes if viewed closely.
  • Glitchtrap's most common appearance is in a waving animation, however, he has also been seen standing with his arms by his side.
  • The noises that Glitchtrap makes are all disordered voice clips of the Tape Girl. A sample of the decoded clips can be listened here.


Models and Animations

Standard Animatronics
Originals: Bonnie (ClassicWithered)Chica (ClassicWithered)El ChipFoxy (ClassicWithered)Freddy Fazbear (ClassicWithered)Happy FrogMr. HippoNedd BearOrville ElephantPigpatch
Toys: Balloon BoyJJMangleToy BonnieToy ChicaToy FreddyThe Puppet
Funtimes: BalloraBidybabBonnetBaby (CircusScrap)Funtime ChicaFuntime Freddy / Bon-BonFuntime FoxyLolbitMinireena
Rockstars: LeftyRockstar BonnieRockstar ChicaRockstar FoxyRockstar Freddy
Springlock Hybrids: FredbearSpring Bonnie
Endoskeletons: EnnardMolten FreddyYenndoOther Endoskeletons
Others: William Afton (SpringtrapScraptrap)
Noncanon: Dee DeeElectrobab
Supernatural Animatronics
Phantoms: Phantom BBPhantom ChicaPhantom FoxyPhantom FreddyPhantom ManglePhantom Puppet
Nightmares: NightmareNightmare Balloon BoyNightmare BonnieNightmare ChicaNightmare FoxyNightmare FredbearNightmare FreddyNightmarionnePlushtrap
Shadows: Shadow BonnieShadow Freddy
Others: Golden FreddyGlitchtrap
Noncanon: Jack-O-BonnieJack-O-ChicaNightmare Mangle
About Pages
Animatronics (Minor Animatronics)Springlock Suits
Security Guards
Fritz SmithJeremy FitzgeraldMichael AftonMike SchmidtSecurity Guard (FNaF3)
Cassette ManPhone DudePhone GuyTape Girl
Other People
Child Protagonist(s) (FNaF4)William AftonTechnicians
AI Voices
Female Computer VoiceHandUnitTutorial Unit
HelpyEgg BabyTrash and the GangCandy CadetSecurity PuppetPlushBaby
Noncanon: Old Man Consequences

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