- Yep, apparently, but it wasn't really Scott's fault on this. Amazon screwed up and made it release early. I just hope we figure out everything in the story. Springy Boy (talk) 19:41, December 17, 2015 (UTC)
If I may input my two cents' worth, Scott did admit earlier that he isn't the best at release dates. Granted this one was purely by accident, it still falls under that same statement to me, pretense or not. AeroSnake (talk) 04:49, December 19, 2015 (UTC)
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I've been hearing about a 'William Afton' character. Some people believe he's the purple man. Please add info about him.
- William Afton is not purple. His son Michael is-- I just figured out that some of the names are used in Sister Location. Amin Shah (talk) 13:36, January 31, 2017 (UTC)
- First off, spoiler tag that stuff. Second, it's already there. Vernanonix (talk) 01:08, December 21, 2015 (UTC)
kids are gross
The character page doesn't have Henry(mechanical engineer(assumed by me) who made the animatronics and William Afton/purple guy.
1. Nyan, it's just boogers. Just wipe them off.
First-time posting, so give me credit, I'm still learning the basics.
I just bought a copy of the book from a fair at my brother's school. I have read online (source 1) that Scholastic asked Scott to edit the book, and having not yet read the original (considering Scholastic's probably gonna replace the older books), I feel like talking about what edits Scott made would be very much appreciated.
Of note: The Scholastic Edition (as I'm going to refer to it), is considerably smaller than the original (384 pages compared to the 434 pages of the original).