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“It's an animatronic suit. It has animatronic, um, abilities, I guess, but it can be worn like a costume.”
Golden Freddy is described simply as being a yellow bear. Due to it being a springlock suit, it can be presumed it has five fingers. It can be worn by detaching the head from the torso, and the entire suit is said to be heavy. Its fur is apparently the same color as Kelsey's blond hair.
The story's illustration depicts Golden Freddy to wear a purple top hat and bowtie, two black buttons, and his mouth sports with many teeth.
Looking for a new clubhouse for him and his friend, Devon comes across an abandoned Freddy Fazbear's Pizza location far out in the woods. Inside the mostly intact pizzeria, he finds Golden Freddy inside a closet. He puts the suit's arm on, and the springlocks activate and lock him in. Luckily, he is able to take it off, and devises a plan to lock Kelsey into the full suit as a prank.
He later takes Mick and Kelsey to the pizzeria. After finding Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy animatronics on stage and in storage rooms, they finally find Golden Freddy in a small closet. Kelsey recognizes Golden Freddy as a suit that can be both animatronic and worn, remembering that similar suits are combined with new technology to react to vital organs and to allow the wearer to speak in the character's voice, though the Golden Freddy suit is too old to have those capabilities. Kelsey hopes he can repurpose the animatronic for his clubhouse.
The kids drag Golden Freddy out, and Devon tells Mick to head back into the closet for parts. Devon remarks on Kelsey's similarities to the bear suit, such as their smile and blonde hair, then tells Kelsey to put the suit on. Kelsey tries the surprisingly comfortable Golden Freddy suit on, though he's too small to properly move in it. Kelsey begins to dance around, unfortunately setting off the springlocks and seemingly killing him, and he twitches violently as blood pools around the suit. Devon and Mick argue, Devon revealing he never knew the locks could kill, and that he trying to just leave Kelsey stuck for an hour or so. The two boys leave Kelsey behind.
A week later, Devon sets out to find Kelsey in Freddy's, knowing for sure that he's already dead. He finds the bloodied Golden Freddy, and attempts to pry open the mouth with rubber gloves and a hammer. Devon reaches inside the mouth, finding no trace of Kelsey. However, some unknown voice calls Devon's name, which distracts him, and Golden Freddy's mouth clamps down and breaks his arm. Devon attempts to free himself, only getting further sucked into the bear's insides. Devon panics as he feels something move inside, getting a brief glimpse of a curly black-haired corpse, not Kelsey's corpse, as he gets pulled fully into Golden Freddy.
|"I was the first! I have seen everything!"
This section archives a lot of theories and speculation, which usually occurs from pre-release media, or just things that are still unknown, so please keep that in mind while reading. The page will continue to be updated with the most accurate information as more solid evidence is supplied.
The curly black haired kid who appears in Golden Freddy is speculated to be Andrew, implied to be the curly black haired kid in The Man in Room 1280. In the epilogues, Detective Larson concludes that the Stitchwraith could be connected to the Freddy murders. This could imply that Andrew is one of William Afton's murder victims who later possessed Golden Freddy.
It is also speculated that Kelsey is just a physical manifestation of Andrew that resembles Golden Freddy, as shown by his odd knowledge about springlock suits, similar to how Andrew created physical manifestations of himself in The Man in Room 1280 in the form of a grinning boy wearing an alligator mask.
- It's unclear if the Golden Freddy suit has a part in Kelsey's mysterious resurrection at the end of the story.
- It's also unclear whether the suit was alive (either possessed or powered by agony), intentionally activating the springlocks to kill Kelsey and Devon respectively, or if they just activated at the wrong time.
- If the suit isn't sentient, and was not intentionally activating the springlocks, then this would make Golden Freddy the first animatronic in the Fazbear Frights series to not directly/intentionally harm the human characters, but rather have the protagonists themselves cause their own demise.
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