the cutest pair of best friends ever (◡‿◡✿)
[Inspired by a brief exchange with makaruba]
Join the Grump Family in their most exciting adventure yet: The Rossening.
Mysteries surrounding Ross have always been abundant, but none thought they were this bleak. Ross discovers he has a unique power: He can infect others with spores he emits, which slowly take over the host creature, turning them in to none other than another Ross.
Will the Grumps be able to reclaim their friend from his power-drunk rampage, or will they have to destroy him?
Find out in theaters this holiday season.
Arin Hanson, Suzy Berhow, Barry Kramer, Danny Y. Sexbang, and Ross O’Donovan
WELL THIS ONLY TOOK ME ALL DAY. But I’m very pleased with how it came out. Yay!
*hops onto the bandwagon*
Okay, so when it comes to five nights at Freddy, it’s not the game that keeps me interested. Though yes, the game is good for a fun scare with your friends, I really enjoy canon concept combined with all of the head-canons. As a writer, I enjoy how open the game is about its story line and history. There is so much room for creativity on the players part and all of the art work and stories that grow from this is amazing. Here’s my own personal headcanon-
I believe the animatronics were just that, robots. Except as the love of the children grew, so did the spirits of the bots. The first time one of the animatronics had a thought of their own was in 1987. The bite of 87 was an accident. Some little kid got too close to Foxxy, maybe while he was singing, and he snapped. Literally. Foxxy was devastated, well as much as a robot can be. He knew he messed up and he didn’t mean it. Foxxy loves children and he would never hurt one on purpose. The parents probably sued the place and got poor Foxxy locked away and shut down pirates cove. All of the love the children had given him had vanished and all that the robot felt now was loneliness.
Next comes the 5 missing children. I believe that it was the doing of a security guard. The guard dressed up as a mascot of FNAF, most likely golden Freddy (which is why G. Freddy is just a suit) and lured the kids in the back, stuffing them inside suits. I like to think that maybe, it’s not the spirits of the kids that haunt those suits, it’s the robots themselves trying to get revenge for their loving children buy stuffing any security guard they see into suits to match the death of the poor children that suffered in the home of Freddy and friends.
I firmly believe that the mascots at fnaf love their children more than anything. So they think by killing the guard, they are protecting them.