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Plushies are plush toys based on the Five Nights at Freddy's characters. They are based on the actual plushies seen in the games. The Five Nights at Freddy's plushies can represent characters from the games and novels. They are mainly made by Sanshee, Funko, Goodstuff, Hex, and Youtooz.

Sanshee

Funko Plush

Wave 1

Wave 2

Wave 3 - Sister Location

Blacklight Wave 1

Wave 4 - The Twisted Ones

Wave 5 - Pizzeria Simulator

Wave 6 - Security Breach

Spring Colorway Wave 1 - Special Delivery

Wave 7 - Curse of Dreadbear

Blacklight Wave 2 - Security Breach

Wave 8 - Special Delivery

Funko JUMBO Plush

Wave 1

Wave 2

Blacklight Wave

Wave 3 - Pizzeria Simulator + Security Breach

Spring Colorway Wave 1 - Special Delivery

Spring Colorway Wave 2 - Security Breach

Goodstuff

Standing Plush

Sitting Plush

Wave 1

Wave 2

Wave 3

Hex

Parts & Service, a collaboration between Hex and Five Nights at Freddy's, these plushies each have detachable parts and special props that are mix and match-able. Each comes with a unique collectible card illustrated by StupidButterfly.[1]

Wave 1

Wave 2

Wave 3

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Youtooz

Wave 1

Videos

Trivia

Goodstuff Prototypes

Mangle and The Puppet prototypes

  • During Funko's initial Wave 1 release, Funtime Foxy had their eyelashes on their iris. All future plushies have this error fixed with their eyelashes now properly on their eyelid.
  • During Funko's initial Wave 3 release, Ennard's right eye socket was white, the same color as the sclera of their left eye. All future plushies have this error fixed with their eye socket now properly black to represent the absence of an eye.
  • Wave 1 Funtime Foxy and Wave 2 Nightmare Bonnie were originally Toys-R-Us exclusives but ever since the company went bankrupt, their plushies can now be found in other stores.
  • Ballora's plush differs from her prototype plush, having a body and head much more accurate to her in-game model.
  • During the announcement of Wave 5 of Funko's plushies, El Chip was erroneously promoted as a Walmart exclusive alongside Happy Frog despite Mr. Hippo being the other Walmart exclusive.
  • During Funko's initial Wave 6 release, the material used for the plushies were stiff. Alongside the release of blacklight wave 2, wave 6 were rereleased with softer material.
  • The spring colorway plushies are just pastel versions of the black light plushies.
  • There exists prototype Goodstuff sitting plushies of Egg Baby and El Chip, implying that at some point, Goodstuff planned to release a line of Freddy Fazbear Pizzeria Simulator plushies.
  • There exists prototype Goodstuff standing plushes of Mangle and the Puppet.

References

Merchandise
Toys
Action FiguresAnimatronic PlushArcade Vinyl FiguresBlacklight SlimeCandy DispensersCollector ClipsCollectible FigurinesCraftablesFrightlightFunko POP!Funko SnapHeroWorld FigurinesMcFarlane Construction SetsMyMojiMystery MinisPhatMojo Mystery BundlesPint-Sized HeroesPlushiesPlush Key-ChainsPopsiesPop-Tube FiguresScalersSquishmeSqueeze Key-ChainsStatue FigurinesSuper RacersYoutooz Collectibles
Food Brands
FunkO's CerealGummy Pizza SliceNightmare Puffs
Miscellaneous
3ft Animated FreddyCalendarsPostersReplica PropsSpecial Delivery MerchandiseSteam InventoryUnreleased Merchandise
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