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2023.03.22 02:31 Kenny-Sheepy-0112327 Characters drawing poil 2
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2023.03.22 00:56 Frost_Phoenix_ On the Subject of FNAF:SB...
Does anyone else think it's weird that Bonnie just got scrapped?submitted by Frost_Phoenix_ to GameTheorists [link] [comments]
Without going into the redundant discussion about supporting evidence for Bonnie's disappearance and who may or may not have been behind it and where he ended up (psych; this is a FNAF theory post, you know I'm going there), is there anyone else just kinda wondering why Bonnie was just...dumped by Fazbear Entertainment after years of using him? I kinda understand from a merchandising and new-fan-draw perspective that it shakes things up to create a new character and place him as the bassist in the band, but from a company monetary perspective?
"We have invested literally thousands, if not hundreds of thousands into this character. He is recognized by all fans and has huge brand recognizion attached to him. We have merchandise of him, we even have a bowling alley dedicated to him, he is one of the core four. Oh, he's wandered off and is completely AWOL with no clue where he's gone? Welp, time to start anew, cue up the next in the band roster, off we ride!"
It's called out how easy it is to repair a new character, a la angered Vanessa:
Vanessa Demonstrating Corporate Harassment
So why, why would you just abandon hundreds of thousands of dollars in robot development, marketing, advertisment, brand recognition, general ease of operation, because someone played too rough with Bonnie? I doubt they only had one casing set, and only a fool would have a singular copy of an AI programming (and Fazcorp may be dumb, but they aren't fools). Redoing Bonnie from the corporate perspective would've been a cinch.
(Yes, I am aware of AI sentience and the difficulty of replicating an individual person, but none of that matters to the execs because none of that really affects the bottom line unless stuff gets expensive.)
So to suddenly yank Bonnie with no explanation given to the general public OR to the front-line staff would've taken something fairly catastrophic.
Another Message to the Boss that Will go Completely Ignored
And note, we never hear of Bonnie being destroyed by Monty. There's no message that says that Bonnie was found in Gator Golf, just that he went missing in Gator Golf.
Just a Tad More Expensive than Losing your Phone
It's easy to assume that Monty - with documented anger issues, destructive tendancies, mountainous jealosy, and ambition - did away with Bonnie to make a spot for himself in the headliner band, but that only makes sense if Bonnie was irreplacable. He's not. Take a new endo, polish up a new casing, implant a copy of Bonnie's AI, and hey presto! Our favorite bowling bassist is back on the job! Monty's move makes sense from a human perspective, but these aren't humans. They're robots. Their parts are interchangable. Their intelligence is lines of code. AI sentience argument notwithstanding, it's easier on everyone (except Monty) to just rebuild Bonnie from "scratch" and keep rolling on like nothing weird's ever happened.
And yet, Bonnie's just pulled. He vanishes into Gator Golf, and the entire company gives up on him and embarks on a far more expensive rebranding project. Why?
I'd theorize it's got something to do with everybody's favorite asthmatic murder grandpa, Mr Willie "Comeback" Afton.
Take a look at u/SkyPieGuy1's post about Afton's model (This link right here, go upvote his awesome comparison).
Look at dem long smexy legs!
I'm very sure all of us have thought about where Crispy Boi Afton got his new bod from, and with no bunny in the Pizzaplex and the unlikelihood that the massive 165 degree fire in FNAF 6 would turn Scraptrap into anything but a molten pile of metal and singed guts, it's not a massive logical leap to assume that Vanny would pull Bonnie to the basement of the basement of the Pizzaplex. Afton is an ailurophile. (Gloriously Purple) Bonnie is literally right there for the taking. Possibly with some help from Monty, it's not hard to assume that she coulda knocked our best bunny boy out and refitted him to be the vessel of an immortal child murderer.
(Also as a weird sidenote, fire will not burn skeleton, so this
Bacon! Wait, wrong animal...
Me After Finals
are perfectly acceptable to exist at the same time.)
But that leaves us with our orginal dilemma, you've lost a Bonnie. Just rebuild him. Something had to have happened with Bonnie for the company to freak out and decide that he was not worth the massive cost to rebrand and shove him under the rug.
Personally? I think it'd have to be something associated with Afton trying to go public. Maybe he tried to use his new body to start doing what he do and almost got caught when the batteries ran out. Maybe there is some hush-hush incident of "Glamrock Bonnie," scrapped and scuffed and looking like something that H-E-Double-Hockey-Sticks spat back out due to indigestion, attempted to kidnap and/or kill someone. Maybe whoever got Vanessa into her job sept under the rug an incident report of a guard encountering something truly horrifying staggering toward them with the shell of a formerly beloved bassist.
For a company to just wipe all indication that a formerly public asset existed in the first place, the negative PR rammifications of an event would have to be insurmountable. Nightmare Fuel Former Boss rising from the ashes to continue his lifelong mission of Mass Amounts of Child Murder definitely fits the bill.
But that's just a theory...
(All images ripped from Google because I am a lazy criminal)
2023.03.21 20:35 Crystal_959 (Updated) Everything we know about the FNaF movie
2023.03.21 02:25 CULT-LEWD weird thought,most of the childrens drawings from fnaf 1-2 have animatronic drawings from kids but it clearly shows there eyes on most of them being dark with white pupils yet thats only really seen at night...do the kids who visit there know?
2023.03.20 23:09 ApprehensiveField915 Why is this happening when I open notifs?
2023.03.20 05:32 FazbearFright_lover things i want to make or do in the next few years
2023.03.20 03:08 TypeLX_ Some of the theories I started believing recently.
I actually wrote most of this post about a month ago, but this account didn't have enough karma to make a post until now. Give your thoughts or critiques, because I'm sure there will be some disagreements here. Most of these I didn't even believe until recently, but having taken a step back and looked at everything again, these answers seem to make most sense to me for the story.submitted by TypeLX_ to fnaftheories [link] [comments]
Does this mean Jeremy also had nightmares? YES WE SEE THEM IN FNAF2 THESE CUTSCENES ARE DREAMS.
I do believe the Logbook is used by Mike in 2023 [not necessarily that it was made in 2023], because FNAF3 would be when Shadow Freddy has an opportunity to latch onto Michael [either during the main game or after the auction at the end]. FNAF3's last night was called "NIGHTMARE MODE" after all. At the very least, the logbook is after SL anyways. Cassidy and BV are probably speaking through the logbook because its their remnant keeping Mike alive; similar to how Carlton had to interact with Brooks' remnant in The Fourth Closet.
Henry lured everyone to the alleyway of FFPS because that's where his daughter died [This is the purpose of Security Puppet; its the same alleyway]. He even used Lefty, who resembles Shadow Freddy, for this plan to make sure his daughter also "returns." This is a cool story detail that I don't think anyone calls out.
2023.03.20 00:57 StoneMan_3 Sentient animatronics?
2023.03.19 02:07 FazbearFright_lover collection of all of my drawings, starting with the fnaf ones
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