I think I have seen it before... but I don't really see FNaF videos anymore. That's all outta my history and likes. I see a lot of Dragon Ball-related content that takes up my recommendations. Prince Darie Brito.
Considering how Funtime Foxy follows directive07 as well, presumably to distract kids while Funtime Freddy selects a parent's voice to mimic, I'm willing to believe Ballora served as a distraction too.
I'm just not on board with that distraction being of the nature you imply it to be.
I think there’s a misunderstanding. What I meant was that Ballora’s appearance was intentionally designed to have sex appeal, but when Baby kills a child, Ballora simply gets off on stage and tries to obstruct the parents in their path. I never meant that she actually did anything provocative.
I mean, I refuse to believe that William actually designed Ballora in that way and genuinely thought that it was actually appropriate for a kids’ restaurant. But I’m not trying to say that CBE&R is what it is in Adult Theory.
I think Afton just wants to show people his designs are better than Henry's, so he made Ballora more physically accurate. I don't get why he has to be so determined to make something better than a yellow bear wearing a purple hat and bowtie, but whatever.
Perhaps so. I don't mean to sound like a pervert, but considering that Ballora was specifically designed to serve as a distraction for parents, is it so hard to believe that William thought that sex appeal would help? Of course, Ballora doesn't actually do anything nasty, but the fact that William made her look like that implies to me that that was what he was going for.
When Ballora's Deter and Misdirect function is activated, I just imagine that she spins in circles around the suspicious parents.
Yes, Baby only kills lone children, when no one else is present. But that means Ballora and Funtime Foxy distract everyone else in order to give Baby time to dispose of the corpse. The police will be searching for a human predator, so it would be best to avert any sort of connection between the Funtimes and disappeared children.
Funtime Freddy can serve as a distraction too. He can track the locations of parents, and he has a voice mimicry system, which can help lure kids to Baby or himself, or lure parents away from Baby. He also can help transport kidnapped children as well. Imagine if Funtime Foxy were to dispense chloroform, knocking a child out cold. Then Funtime Freddy would take the child, storing it in his stomach container. Funtime Freddy would be William's go-to when it would come to procuring test subjects for the observation rooms.
I imagine that when Funtime Freddy manages to successfully capture a child, he travels to the observation rooms and just plops them right in the bedroom or Plushtrap hallway. After all, the tunnels connected between CBE&R and those locations are there for a reason, right?
Maybe. I still stand by the current gameplay of FNaF 4 to be Michael's dream by the time of FNaF 1, but I also believe that he may have experienced the real deal sometime after CC's death.
I'm not entirely sure how Funtime Freddy would have access to Michael, but maybe if William somehow knocked Michael out beforehand and handed over his unconscious body to Funtime Freddy while there was no one else around at CBE&R. Or perhaps William convinced Michael to go down there with him, and the whole routine involving Funtime Foxy's chloroform happened. Are we entirely sure that Michael can't fit in F. Freddy's storage tank? Even if he was curled up into a ball?
Now to address the possessed or not possessed scenario.
Let's assume that Funtime Freddy, Ballora and Circus Baby are possessed, and that Funtime Foxy is a remnant progeny. Due to the Scooper's injector drive there'd be a bit of each soul in every robot. That means the only way you could have a complete soul is by combining all the possessed animatronics into one body. That's why Ennard exists.
All right, so if the Funtimes have a bit of each soul... what exactly determines the dominant soul that’s in control of each Funtime? We know that Baby is possessed by Elizabeth... so the dominant soul would be the one directly killed by the Funtime animatronic? But one thing I’ve wondered; is Baby the only Funtime that kills children, with the other three Funtimes distracting for her? Or are all four of them capable of slaughtering them?
If Baby is the only actual killer animatronic, and all the kids are killed by her, does that mean that the Funtimes are only indirectly possessed through remnant, since they have the remnant of the kids Elizabeth/Baby killed? That’s the one thing I don’t seem to fully get about remnant; if you were to mix it all together, making so that the compound contains fragments of multiple souls, what determines the dominant soul that has the motor control?
I'd like to believe there's a majority of Elizabeth's remnant inside Baby, while the rest has no real control over the body.
Also, it's been made pretty clear in the gameplay that ALL the Funtime animatronics can kill. That storage tank may be used for transport, but you could easily kill a kid and store their body in there too.
Something allowed Funtime Freddy to control Ennard when Baby was gone, and if he was possessed by a spirit of his own, that would explain it.
I'm not denying the possibility that some of the characters are remnant progenies, some of them definitely are. I just find it hard to believe that all the characters are haunted by one spirit alone.
All right then. I do feel like it’s a valid possibility that all of the Funtimes are haunted by singular spirits, but I could see your explanation happening. Just wondering, do you agree or disagree with the possibility of remnant being soul glue as I interpret it?