Has anyone ever died in a springlock suit?
How did Afton died?
Unable to escape, the endoskeletons dragged him into a nearby furnace along with them, killing him for good. With Afton dead and the animatronics destroyed, the souls of the children can finally fade away.
Do Springlock suits actually exist?
These devices actually exist in real life. Springlocks can be used to firmly hold various things back in a certain position. This is the use that is relevant to FNAF. In FNAF, Springlocks are used in the uncreatively named Springlock Suits.
Why did purple guy go in Springtrap?
Why did the Purple Guy get in the Springtrap suit? First of all, we know that he worked for Fazbear's Pizzeria long enough to know how dangerous the spring-lock suits were, and should have known that he would get trapped inside Springtrap.
How did purple guy survive Springtrap?
However, as he laughs at the ghosts, thinking that his plan has worked, the suit malfunctions and brutally kills him as the springs and gears slice and crush him to death while the ghosts fade away. His corpse stayed inside Springtrap, even 30 years later, when the new Fazbear's Fright was being built.
Why did the Springlock suit fail?
How to cause a Springlock failure. There are two known reasons Springlock failures can occur, one of these is when the springlocks interact with water and moisture, for this reason employees must not wear the suit in rooms with too much moisture in the air.
Are the Afton still alive?
He can regrow his bones and multiple parts of his body and Scott refused to explain why in his interview with Dawko. Scott told PJ Heywood to make Afton sound like a zombie in FFPS. The Scraptrap suit has no endoskeleton, yet William is able to move around.
Which Afton died first?
The first death may have been the unnamed younger son. At Fredbear's Family Diner, the elder son (possibly Michael) and his friends put him into the mouth of Fredbear as a prank. However, the animatronic crushed the child's head, and the child died in the hospital while the older son apologized.
What Happened to Micheal Afton?
Eventually, his body has a spasm, and he regurgitates the robotic parts belonging to Ennard into the sewer. He lies on the ground, presumably dead.
Why did purple guy kill the kids?
So Ennard kills kids because of his programming.. and lures them because they are programmed to lure them away to kill them so they are not caught. ... Michael goes there and sees the spirits.. but Ennard had been controlling him when he killed them. He's scared because he doesn't know what's going on!
Why did William Afton kill kids?
The reason Purple Guy/ William Afton killed the 6 kids is still unknown, Scott Cawthon has not made any statements on why William Afton decided to kill the children in FNAF, however, it seems to be most likely out of stress from losing a child of his, or an experiment for remnant.
Who caused the bite of 87?
Withered Freddy is believed by fans that he was the one responsible for the bite, considering how big his upper and lower jaw are and how his jaw is big enough for a whole human head to fit into it.
Why is the purple guy evil?
William Afton, also known as the Purple Guy, is the main antagonist of the Five Nights at Freddy's franchise. ... This allowed the creation of a virus known as Glitchtrap, who's heavily implied to be Afton's soul. Glitchtrap manages to brainwash a woman known as Vanny so she can commit his evil deeds for him.
Is the Afton family real in real life?
No they are not, they come from a video game. The Afton Family Tree. Log in. This reveals her last name, "Emily" and that she actually died in 1983 at three years old after being murdered by William Afton, an old friend of Henry, even co-owner.
Did purple guy survive?
Purple Guy is not dead | Fandom. After the ending to FNaF's 3, people assumed Purple guy is dead in Springtrap, but quite the opposite, he is ALIVE.
Did Springtrap survived the fire?
The Springtrap suit survives the fire, but it is only a husk now; Purple guy has been dragged to Hell. Fandom. The Springtrap suit survives the fire, but it is only a husk now; Purple guy has been dragged to Hell.
Is Glitchtrap a girl?
Glitchtrap takes on the form of a man wearing a Spring Bonnie costume - who is a grinning, bipedal, golden-yellow rabbit. He is wearing a purple star-speckled vest, a purple bow tie, and two black buttons near the top of his chest.
How do you trigger Springlocks?
The springlock suits are composed of several individual spring-powered locking mechanisms, hence the name "springlock." When one wishes to change a springlock suit from its animatronic form into its suit form, one must insert a hand crank into its designated slot and proceed to turn it firmly into its position.
Who was Freddy Fazbear before he died?
Before he was Freddy, he was a young boy (unnamed) who attended his friend's birthday party at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. At the party, he and four children were visited by a Spring Bonnie suit, one of the two animatronics from Fredbear's Family Diner (William Afton in the suit).
Did Clara and Afton divorce?
Like stated earlier Clara had a divorce with William. He was most likely abusing her, like he did his children. Clara was away from most of the Freddy's actions.
Is Clara Afton real?
Clara Afton, mother to 1 child, passed away in October 1972 at age 97. It's real short.
Five Nights At Freddy's
Springtrap is a rotted suit that has a green-yellow tint to it. It has wires and metal sticking out and doesn't look new. It only appears in FNAF3 and FNAF World. It also holds the dead body of Purple Guy, a character in the series that is responsible for the dead souls. Springtrap seems to hold the soul of Purple Guy and can be seen in some loading screens. Springtrap's official gender is male.
In FNAF 3, he is the only animatronic in the game that attacks and kills you. He stalks you, crawling through the vents and coming at you in the right side and killing you. In FNAF World, he is a playable character that can be switched at any time.
As I said earlier, this isn't really a theory but a confirmed one, which is that Springtrap is the Purple Guy. Also that he is the killer of the children. When he hid in the costume, the locks crushed him, causing a bloody death.
There is another one where he was just a simple employee that mean't no harm and was killed by the spring locks. Though there is evidence that is incorrect.
❖ He is named after the trap device of the same name which is used for catching animals during hunting and how he is a Springlock suit. This is how he "trapped" Purple Guy inside.
❖ If the player is not careful enough to avoid the phantom animatronics, they may get jumpscared by one of them, and be caught immediately after by Springtrap.
❖ Springtrap has five fingers on each hand, as opposed to the cartoonish four-fingered hands of the other animatronics. This is most likely because Springtrap was designed to fit a human inside, albeit rather poorly.
❖ Springtrap is commonly theorized to be the original Bonnie model, as they both share a rabbit-like appearance, and Phone Guy refers to Springtrap as "Spring Bonnie" in the Night 5 phone call.
All in all, he is a pretty crazy character that gave the series the story it has today. He adds backstory as well which is always good.
Freddy Fazbear is back (sort of) in Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location. And if you thought moving game locations means you'd finally get a chance to eat lots of pizza, play skeeball, and gorge on arcade games, well, we have some bad news.
Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location is still populated by angry animatronics, it's still drowning in dark secrets, and there's still an excellent chance you're going to die. Over and over.
Sister Location actually features some new animatronics for you to make friends with (warning: Don't get too close), plus each night actually involves surviving a different game. No longer do you repeat the same actions over and over across the course of a week.
Sister Location's hardest minigame takes place on Night Four, when Baby stuffs you in a Springtrap suit. If you've played Five Nights at Freddy's 3, then you know what this entails. If you haven't, here's the scoop: Springtrap suits are notoriously sensitive animatronic / costume hybrids that will spring loose and clasp you like an iron maiden if you fail to keep the suit's bolts wound up.
As if that's not horrible enough on its own, Night Four of Sister Location pits you against the spider-like "Minireenas," tiny animatronics that are the servants of the ballerina animatronic, Ballora. The Minireenas crawl all over you and will jumpscare you to death if they're allowed to crawl up to face-level. However, if you shake them off too aggressively, you'll irritate the Minireenas crawling around your feet.
All the while, you need to keep the Springtrap suit's locks wound up. So you're in a bind.
Getting through Night Four of Sister Location is difficult, but it's not impossible.
The Basics of Survival
-There are four and a half Minireena "waves," and each one sends more and more Minireenas crawling on you. Keep that in mind as you play.
-To wind up the springlocks, keep your finger down on the mouse button and place your cursor over the circular locks on each side of the suit. There are five locks on each side. As soon as Baby recommends keeping the springlocks wound up, start doing so.
-Start at the top of the left side and work your way to the bottom. Then go to the top of the right side and repeat. Keep doing this all through the night.
-When the locks are at the 12 o'clock position, they're fully wound. They tick down slowly when they're not being wound up. During the first couple of waves you should be able to spend the time necessary to wind up each lock to the 12 o'clock position, but as things get more frantic, you probably won't have time to wind them up all the way (it's a bit like only having enough time to keep the Marionette's music box wound up part-way in the later nights of Five Nights at Freddy's 2).
Now that you have the basics down, here's the nitty gritty of survival.
Inside suit springtrap
Canon-William-Afton — Why William Afton Wore Spring Bonnie, While Afraid...
Why William Afton Wore Spring Bonnie, While Afraid of Death
This is evidence-based speculation, based on real facts, and not a head canon. See previous posts for references and canon quotes that back the data here.
William wearing a deadly springlock suit is not necessarily inconsistent with his fear of death.
William trusted in his own competency to wear the suit.
Both times it went off were because of Ella (‘Charlie’) causing it to malfunction.
William had cited that he wore the suit many times before, without incident.
He was able to dance and fight in it without it going off.
There’s a chance he was able to tighten the springlocks inside it while wearing it, such as in the Sister Location game.
So, that aside, why would he put it on in the first place?
A possible answer is that he was further attempting to conceal his identity.
He was already using Dave Miller as a disguise, but perhaps he wanted Dave to remain just a guard, so in the off chance that the kidnapping went awry, he didn’t want the teenagers to link Dave with it and instead blame the animatronics. Why he needed to capture one of Ella’s gang is still unknown, but perhaps he needed test subjects.
Alternatively, we know William was sickly at this time.
He may have needed to wear the suit like a brace to strengthen his body so he could overpower healthier people easier.
The most likely answer is that William wore Spring Bonnie in order to attune his soul to the suit.
In TFC, William explained that he was placing his organs in the molten suit so that when he died, his soul would follow the flesh and he would possess the suit.
Being that TSE takes place before this, it could have been one of his early plans.
OP does not claim this post to be canon, rather something to consider.
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New Vanny Footage
She frollics, similarly to Glitchtrap/Malehare/Springbonnieman, so perhaps she’s mimicking him or controlled by him.
Also, despite her toy not having a tail, her shadow silhouette shows that she has a tail in game. Fantastic.
New William Afton Content
The following contains spoilers for the novel Five Night’s at Freddy’s Fazbear’s Frights #6 Blackbird.
TW: Body horror
(Epilogue page 238)
“…What looked like a burned skeletal man thrust upward. With ashy, see-through skin that revealed dried up but still quivering organs…rabbit ears unfolded from the back of the creature’s skull and stretched upright…”
(Epilogue page 240)
“I think the stuff in the trash compactor came from the Fazbear Entertainment Distribution Center and also from the site where the serial killer William Afton, the one notorious for wearing a rabbit suit, died.”
(Epilogue page 241-242)
“…maybe it was (William) Afton himself?”
“…Behind the unsuspecting Larson, the compacted trash began to move. Making a quiet rustling sound Larson didn’t hear, the junk rose from the trash compactor and began to arrange itself into an upright being…and from the top of the unnatural structure, what looked like two rabbit ears made out of even more animatronic parts unfolded and canted forward.”
As previous speculated in this blog’s post “Novelization William Afton Might Come Back“ William died in a remnant furnace at the end of The Fourth Closet, but his soul did not move on. His burnt appearance in the new novel cements this. Detective Larson’s dialogue now tells us that the previously unknown location in TFC was the Fazbear Entertainment Distribution Center.
“I always come back.” –William Afton, FNAF games
I Think that if Glitchtrap were to appear and possibly talk for the first time in Security Breach ( because Glamrock Freddy's seems to be the one at the end of the trailer), we may quite possibly except PJ Heywood, as he voices the William Afton Counterparts.
I can’t see anyone else aside from PJ Heywood voice Glitchtrap…except maybe for Dawko. That’d be cool if Scott hired him to voice Glitchtrap in the game.
It’s very possible that some version of William is in the game, as it has been confirmed that PJ Heywood was hired in late July to voice an unspecified character and Micheal has moved on. It’s highly likely that PJ Heywood will be voicing Glitchtrap.
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In Into the Pit, there is a time-traveling ball pit in which a possessed yellow rabbit mascot costume (presumably Spring Bonnie) can come out of. While the book is very poorly written and the logic doesn’t make much sense, this is what we know to be true about the construction of the ball pit itself:
“Oswald elbowed the yellow thing aside and moved between it and his still-unconscious father. “You leave… my dad… ALONE!” he yelled, then used the netting to bounce off and clamber onto the yellow thing’s back.” (Cawthon 62)
The above quote mentions that Oswald is standing between his father and the yellow thing (Spring Bonnie), meaning that he has to be in the middle of a ball pit large enough to hold two adults, one of whom is lying down unconscious, and one teenager. From here, he bounces off netting that is elastic enough to force him up 7 feet in the air (as that is Spring Bonnie’s height) to get onto his back. This means that there is elastic netting in the middle of the ball pit that can be bounced on by standing there.
“The rabbit stumbled back into the netting and ropes, then grabbed Oswald’s arms and slung him off its shoulders and into the pit.” (Cawthon 62)
After Oswald’s attack, Spring Bonnie is said to stumble back (but not fall, meaning he is still standing upright) into both netting and ropes. This means that from where Oswald is, he is bouncing on only netting, but on the sides of the ball pit, there are both netting and ropes that are strong enough to support a ~300-400lbs robotic mascot costume without breaking. After this, he would need to stand again in order to throw Oswald off of him.
“Oswald fell headfirst under the surface, grateful that the bottom of the pit was soft. His arm was throbbing, his whole body exhausted, but he had to get up.” (Cawthon 62)
This shows that Oswald is underneath the surface of the ball pit, and cannot see nor do anything about the situation above, where Spring Bonnie still stands perfectly fine. Oswald has not done anything nor can do anything to affect him.
“Oswald rose unsteadily to his feet. Somehow, when it shook Oswald off, the yellow thing must have gotten tangled in the ropes and netting that lined the ball pit. A rope was looped around its neck, and it grasped the rope with its big paws, trying to get free. Oswald couldn’t understand why it was failing to free itself until he saw that the yellow thing’s feet weren’t touching the floor of the pit. The yellow thing was suspended from the rope, which was tied securely to a metal rod at the top of the ball pit.” (Cawthon 62-63)
Despite Oswald being underneath the surface of the ball pit and doing nothing to affect Spring Bonnie, somehow, by the time he stands again Spring Bonnie is hanging from a metal rod at the top of the ball pit by a rope. Spring Bonnie does not seem to do this intentionally, as he is trying to get free. Because Oswald’s father is still unconscious, the only two explanations for this are that A) Jeff (the pizzeria owner who is watching this happen from ~50 feet away on the other end of the pizzeria) ran over and lifted the ~300-400lbs mascot suit and hung him himself, then ran all the way back to where he was standing behind the counter as if nothing happened, or B) the ball pit ropes and netting moved on their own, tangling Spring Bonnie in them, tying a knot, and pulling ~300-400lbs of weight upward in order to hang him. In the case of option B, it is very much possible that the ropes and netting are engineered to move on their own with robotic parts hidden inside to capture children (much like the Funtime animatronics were designed to do), or the ball pit itself could be possessed by the spirit of a vengeful dead child that died there previously (which is how the robots come to be possessed).
Along with that, this means that the ball pit is encased in a cube-like metal cage for Spring Bonnie to hang from the top of it, with netting lining every side (and somewhere in the middle for Oswald to bounce off of). Thus, as a final conclusion, we can say that the ball pit is completely encased in netting with a metal cage frame around it, along with a middle point of extremely elastic netting (however this cannot be the floor of the ball pit, as it is described as “soft” rather than being netting).
The definition of the term ‘ball pit’ is as follows:
“A ball pit is a padded cube or box surrounded by netting filled with hollowplastiv ball whereas a container filled with balls is called a ball pool or ball pond and a tunnel full of balls is called a ball crawl. A ball pit may also have slides or climbing structures with in or trampoline flooring.” (Google)
By this definition, a ball pit is technically required to have netting in the shape of a cube around it, and so Scott Cawthon is correct in his usage of the term.
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About the Springlock suits: Original version
About the Springlock suits: (Original version)
“Right now we have two specially designed suits that double as both animatronic and suit.”
There are 2 springlock suits. These are Springtrap’s and the one that encased Mike on Sister Location.
“After learning of an unfortunate incident at the sister location involving multiple and simultaneous springlock failures,”
“You’re inside something that came from my old pizzeria. I don’t think it was ever used; at least, not the way it was meant to be used.”
There’s only 1 sister location. This is where the Springlock accident took place.
“(…) Which is why the classic suits are being retired to an appropriate location while being looked at by our technicians.”
This surely refers to where the FNAF Sister Location takes place, because it’s after all a storage facility. However notice this. Spring Bonnie isn’t here, but in the FNAF 1 location.
“Management has also been made aware that the Spring Bonnie animatronic has been noticeably moved,”
It may have been stolen before being taken to the storage facility.
“Someone used one of the suits. We had a spare in the back, a yellow one.”
This quote confuses me, in special, the spare one part. Are there 2 suits or 3? The Springlock accident happened before FNAF 2, so why hadn’t they sent the springsuit to the storage yet?
None of the suits seen in FNAF 4 could be springlocks, because FNAF 4 takes place at the same time of the phone calls of FNAF 2. It also bring up, is the springlock suit of Sister Location Fredbear? Thematically makes more sense, but shape wise doesn’t look like it. Why has one springsuit faceplates, and the other doesn’t?
However, what if we are looking at this the wrong way? What if the thematically wrong suit isn’t the sister location one, but Springtrap? As I have discussed before, what we see of Springtrap isn’t the springlock endo but Michael’s skeleton. So where are the springlocks? We know that there is a Spring Bonnie suit, but what if what Michael is wearing isn’t it, but one of the temporary suits? This explains the lack of a second endo. And yet, the only part of Springtrap that has something remotely harmful is located in the head, with beams going right up his jaw into the palate, among other things. It’s also weird that Michael full knowing how dangerous are the Springlocks, decided to wear one, so he could have been tricked into thinking that what he was going to use wasn’t one. The more I look into the FNAF 3 minigame scene, the more contradictions it arises. Having Michael rot, I don’t understand how he could bleed so much. And as for FNAF 3 itself, since I have stated that what Michael has isn’t a Springsuit, why is he lured toward the sound?
There exist a Spring Bonnie suit, however, I’m starting to doubt that it is the one Michael has.
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A Springlock suit is a special animatronic that can be used as both an animatronic and suit. In order to turn the animatronic into "suit mode", you will require a special crank which pushes the endoskeleton and other robotic bits into the sides of the suit, making just enough space to fit a person inside. The two most notable springlock suits are Spring Bonnie and Fredbear.
A "Springlock failure" is one of the many incidents that has happened at Fazbear entertainment restaurants over the years. These incidents occur when the locks, that are holding the endoskeleton in the folded position, break. This causes the endoskeleton to spring into its usual position, anyone caught inside the suit when this happens will be impaled and crushed by the parts. It is, however, possible to escape the suit before the injuries become fatal as shown by William in the novels.
A fan theory is that Shadow Freddy and RWQFSFASXC are 2 employees at Fredbear's that experienced a Springlock failure and died from them, Shadow Freddy being the employee that died in the Fredbear suit while RWQFSFASXC is the employee that died in the Springbonnie suit, this theory likely came about from the line where phone guy states that the sister location experienced multiple and simultaneous spring lock failures. However, this theory was later debunked by Scott.
How to cause a Springlock failure
There are two known reasons Springlock failures can occur, one of these is when the springlocks interact with water and moisture, for this reason employees must not wear the suit in rooms with too much moisture in the air. (This was the fate William Afton who died inside the spring Bonnie suit when the springlocks failed. This happened as the ceiling appeared to have a leak and the rain water combined with William’s heavy breathing, as he had rushed to enter the suit, set the spring locks off.) The second way these accidents can occur is when an employee fails to correctly wind the springlocks all the way up, causing them to burst on the person inside.
Five Nights at Freddy's 2
On Night 6, Phone Guy mentions a spare suit in the back - specifically a "yellow one". He states that "someone used it", seemingly causing the animatronics to behave strangely. This event is theorised to be the Missing Children's Incident, in which 5 children were lured to the backroom by an employee wearing a costume and murdered.
Five Nights at Freddy's 3
Main article: Springtrap
The Springbonnie suit now known as Springtrap makes an appearance as the main antagonist of the game, Springtrap would later be revealed to be the old Springbonnie suit and the decomposing corpse of William Afton after a Springlock failure, Phone Guy also mentions the the Springbonnie suit has been moved, further hinting that Springbonnie was used by William to murder the 5 missing children.
Five Nights at Freddy’s 4
Springbonnie and Fredbear, the two original springlock suits, make an appearance in the minigames. Fredbear was also revealed to be the cause of the Bite of 83. This was believed to be one of the Springlock failures phone guy references when he talks about then in a phone call to the player.
Main article: Springlock Suit (Sister Location)
A Springlock suit makes an appearance in Sister Location. Circus Baby uses it to hide Michael Afton after Funtime Foxy knocked him out. she then opens the faceplates to reveal Michael to the security cameras so people could find him, however it also reveals his location to the Minireenas. Michael has to shake them off while also rewinding the springlocks so he’s not the next victim of a Springlock failure.
Springtrap also appears in a cutscene.
Springtrap, now known as scraptrap returns in Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator as an antagonist once again, he is destroyed once and for all when Henry burns down the establishment, it is implied that William is now burning in hell for what he has done.
Main article: Fredbear
3 Springlock suits appear in Ultimate Custom Night; Springtrap, William Afton/Scraptrap, and Fredbear, with Fredbear being a secret antagonist.
- A Springlock is real type of lock, it has a spring-loaded bolt that requires a key to open it.
- Real Springlocks could be the cranks used to turn a springlock suit into suit mode.
- Due to Golden Freddy being a Springlock Suit, there appear to be no visual indicators on which suits contain Springlocks
- All Springlock suits seen externally so far in the games are golden.
- It is unknown however if the Springlock suit in Sister Location is golden as it is always seen inside of it.
- However, a blue Springlock Suit was seen in The Silver Eyes graphic novel, proving this is not a requirement.
Springtrap, 2 of the most notable springlock suits
Fredbear, 2 of the most notable springlock suits
The springlock suit in Sister Location (closed)
The springlock suit in Sister Location (open)
The springlock suit in Sister Location (animated)