This page lists descriptions of Minor Characters that appear in the Stitchwraith Stingers.
Angela is Larson's ex-wife. She accused Larson of being a bad father because he spent most of his time on his job than with his son. The family divorced before the events of the epilogues begin, leaving Larson all alone at the start of the story. She returns later on in the epilogues, having heard of Larson being injured. She seemingly still cares for Larson despite being divorced, and even lets Ryan come visit him.
Ryan is Larson's son. He is seven years old. He shares his father's blue eyes, blond hair, and freckles. He sometimes expresses his anger at his father not being there for him. They do reconcile to some degree later on. Angela allows Ryan to visit Larson as he recovers, and they finally spend more time together. They have dinner together, play board games and watch movies as Larson heals from his wounds. He also likes to play baseball, and Larson visits one of his games to cheer him on.
Chief Monahan is the chief of Larson's detective department. He has gray hair and is very intimidating. He assigns Larson the case of the Stitchwraith. He shows care for Larson, even letting take time off to recover from being injured.
Detective Roberts is Larson's partner. He has gray eyes and facial hair. He appears consistently in the police department. While he and Larson are partners, he is kept in the dark about Larson's investigation with the Stitchwraith and Fazbear Entertainment.
Detective Powell is one of Larson's coworkers. He appears consistently in the police department. He enjoys sandwiches and even eats them at work, much to Roberts' dismay. His desk is noted to have a disgusting smell, presumably from all the sandwiches he eats.
Frank & Don
Frank and Don are friends of Phineas Taggart. They enjoy listening to Phineas explain his science, while they have lunch breaks together.
Ruben owns a food truck. Phineas loves his food, and for two years, he has ordered from his truck. Ruben has a black ponytail. When he mentions his shy daughter to Phineas, he suggests giving her a flower essence to make her more brave. Ruben dismisses his theory. When Phineas missed breakfast and lunch at his truck, he is worried. He finds Phineas's dead body in his laboratory and calls the police.
Flynn is a truck driver. He delivers the "haunted" items to Phineas. After the Stitchwraith is created, it hides in Flynn's truck. It is implied that he is the man the Stitchwraith ends up electrocuting to death on accident in the next epilogue.
Anita is a nurse that takes care of Larson after his surgery from his mysterious infection. She has dark hair and green eyes, and is short. She also takes care of the drug dealers when they arrive at the hospital.
Unnamed Homeless Girl
This girl ended up in serious trouble with the drug dealers. She consistently paid them money in exchange for drugs. When she ran out of money, the drug dealers went after her. The girl ended up being attacked by the evil animatronic Eleanor, who locked her up in a box and stole her appearance. Jake is eventually able to find her and take her to the hospital.
Unnamed Drug Dealers
The two men are drug dealers. While both men were tall, they had broad shoulders and dark eyes, one of the men was shorter than the other and was covered in scars. Jake nicknames the injured one Scarface. Both men are very violent, kicking both the girl and Jake. When Jake fights back, the two are immediately scared. One man is thrown out the window, while Scarface's forehead is burnt. When the two are registered into the hospital, the doctors notice that Scarface has the words "just say no" burned into his forehead.
Detective Chancey is a new detective hired to fill in for Larson when he was in the hospital. For some reason, he remains a part of the team. He helps Larson with his investigation of the ball pit and Jeff's Pizza. He has dirty-blond hair and a cowboy aesthetic.
Tabitha is one of the workers at the police department's laboratory, who analyzes the blood samples Larson finds in the ball pit. She restates to Larson that the thirty blood samples were from the same person but from different time periods.