Hello Ocean, you mentioned in the forum that you'd never heard the childhood fable of "The Emperor's New Clothes", so I figured I'd help you out.
It's the tale of how a vain Emperor is taken in by a clever trickster, who says he will make him the finest robe in the world for a great deal of money.
However, when the servants come to check on the progress of the robe being made, they only see the trickster making motions in the air over an empty loom. When they ask him about this, the trickster replies that his cloth is so fine, that only someone "pure of soul" can see it. Not wanting to admit that they aren't 'pure of soul' themsevles, the servants report to the Emperor that his robe, which doesn't actually exist, is coming along amazingly.
This happens a few times, until the Emperor himself is ready to try on his new Finest of All Robes.. only to see absolutely nothing in the trickster's hands. Well, the Emperor isn't about to admit that he isn't pure of soul either.. so he pretends to admire the 'robe', pretends to put it on, then organizes a parade to show his fabulous prize off to the local townspeople, while the trickster pockets his money and quickly leaves.
The Emperor, naked, waves to all the assembled townspeople from his carriage as the parade heads through town. And all of the townspeople, unwilling to admit that they, TOO, aren't pure of soul, pretend to see a fabulous robe and cheer on their amazingly-dressed leader!
Then, one little kid, too simple and too innocent to understand what he's SUPPOSED to see and say.. blurts out the obvious truth that nobody else is willing to face:
"THE EMPEROR IS NAKED!!"
And it all comes crashing down in an instant, with the Emperor realizing just how foolish he's been.
Ocean7447 wrote: 1.Missing a crucial detail means it WASN'T in the video.
2.Doesn't matter if we look up the real definitions and take what he says it would fit.
3. It is relevant. Because it's soemthing we didn't have. On top of that it helps prove suit used which is very important.
1) Yeah, but he said that he was doing another video on the lore. Scott would be pretty stupid. And we know it's something a lot of people have pointed out in the comments. We also know it rendered his video meaningless. If it was on the FNaF Will Never End video, your claim would be fine.
2) I suppose, but there's still no reason to take away free roam that isn't toatally presumptious.
3) But we don't know the EXACT year of the original FFD. Without Fredbear & Friends 1983, we'd still know it happened between the original diner and FNaF4.