Assuming that the guy being helped into the Spring Bonnie suit in FNaF 4's Night 2 EON minigame is the springlock victim that becomes RXQ, would it make sense for RXQ's minigame to be a sort of parallel to that?
One day CC's right in front of the stage, watching Fredbear and Spring Bonnie perform. Due to this, he has to look up. Now let's imagine Spring Bonnie leans down to look at him.
Due to the lighting, and how he's looking straight down, all you'd see would be the glowing yellow eyes and maybe the teeth, like Freddy when the power goes out. CC, from what I can gather, has a vivid imagination, so he might of imagined that only the eyes and the teeth were glowing. Something like that would just give you nightmares, and give CC a reason to fear the animatronics onstage. Heck, it might even explain why the shadows have glowing eyes and teeth. It would certainly give RXQ a connection with CC.
Sorry for taking too long to reply. Got busy and... FNaF-fatigued?
But I doubt the lighting onstage would make it possible for only Bonnie's eyes and (oddly enough) his teeth to be visible. RWQ's design seems to match more Phone Guy's description of what happens when someone dies inside a suit.
To start off, I want to say I'm aware I'm a "not very well tempered" person, and that's why I stopped entering debates some time ago. While there are situations where I do enjoy the debate and it brings me a sense of joy, other times I just rather finish it off. The latter was the case with our debate earlier, as - and I want to be honest - I can't quite go along with many things you say.
The same way you say I never change and seem to think I'm stubborn with my beliefs or something, I think the same about you. Whenever I debate with you, I'm trying to have you understand why I believe what you're saying may be "grasping at straws" or "nonsensical", and sometimes I might provoke you as a mean of having you further explaining these points - because I want to understand where you got those ideas from, but usually think you don't aswer my questions as thorough as I wanted.
And also, sorry for being sarcastic. That's how I am, but if you don't like it, I won't repeat it with you.
About Scrap Baby: I don't analyze character's designs, so I had no fucking clue what you were talking about. That's still probably just Scott reusing assets just 'cause.
And finally, about my theory:
First, thank you for reading and enjoying it. But I can't give you an answer for your questions.
You see, the theory Stars linked is just a part of a bigger project I'm nearly done (i.e. I just need to find the right time to post it). That project was planned to be read in the context of one thing's explanation is directly connected to the other.
While I could explain to you my theory for Shadow Freddy's role, you could more easily dismiss it, as it's meant to take into consideration the entire context I'm explaining. To explain Shadow Freddy, I'd need to explain many other things, including the Nightmares, the Funtimes, William Afton and even some meta stuff.
Or I'm just rambling now, you choose it :v
But thank you for your message.
(this message was meant to be sent minutes ago, but the wiki went offline to me)
I see, well thank you for being honest. I'm aware I sometimes come off as a little misguided, but I am learning. As a result, I think I'll let go of the possessed Rockstars theory. However, after reading your theory, I have been given some ideas on what to do with CC. Of course, I'll need your permission to mention your theory.
And no, I didn't exactly search just to ask you. About a year ago I looked into some more information on Blue's Clues with my sister, and we eventually stumbled upon the Portuguese version. It was only a few days ago when I considered asking you.
Springtrap: (lying on the floor after taking some heavy step outside of a burned building)
Springtrap: (relaxing on the ground in a comfortable position while watching the wind drag some of the surviving papers from the fire around him)
Springtrap: (slowly closing his eyes, waiting for the beings higher than him to pick him up as they did when they found him. Until one of the surviving papers lands on his face and interrupts him)
Sprintrap: (grabbing the paper that's in his face and inspecting it)
The paper appears to be a drawing made by a child. The tallest stick figure in the drawing is faceless and it's labeled to be a 'father'. The second tallest stick figure is drawn in a red crayon and is depicted with a aggressive upside down teeth showing smile with sharp teeth that's labeled as 'mean borther'. The last and smallest stick figure in the drawing is holding hands with the father and it has a happy face and it's labeled with name but the name has been crossed out and it's unreadable.
If I understood, following your theories, Nightmare gave Springtrap this drawing so he can remind him of his past life, right?
No, Nightmare can only create dreams and mess with some technology but he can't control weather or non-functioning objects. The drawing is just a sketch he made when he was alive but that's end of his influence on it.
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Oh, I just thought there was more than just a coincidence regarding that drawing. Still cool.
I forgot to to mention that the Springtrap scene isn't completely finished.
After Springtrap analyzes the drawing, he rips out the sketch of the 'mean borther' from the piece of paper and crumples it into a ball with his left hand and then he throws it into the distance. However, he delicately places the rest of the flat paper that was on his right hand inside his suit.
Springtrap lies back down and he continues to wait for the men to arrive.
It's weird how authors like Shadowquill always have to make the characters talk all of time instead of letting them act like humans. Seriously, I read that police story he did and it pissed me off so much. He had a chance to be funny by showing how traffic can be a horrible experience in the story but no, he has to make a force fnaf reference by giving the chief the name 'Jeremy Jeremy' and force the main character to laugh at it.