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    Why The Animatronics Are So Obsessed With Hunting Humans In Five Nights At Freddy’s

    The first “Five Nights at Freddy’s” game features security guard Mike Schmidt listening to a series of messages from his predecessor and the mysterious “Phone Guy.” At first, it sounds like the animatronics are free roaming at night because their servomotors lock up if they are left off for too long. He’s warned that if an animatronic comes across him after hours, it will shove him into one of the mechanical suits, which will kill him because the suits aren’t meant for humans to fit inside. This is because the animatronics are programmed to outfit any “naked” exoskeletons, and confuses them with humans. They’re not capable of being evil, just operating as scheduled.

    Although fans of the game know the truth. In actuality, the animatronics are running on the souls and corpses of dead children, victims of the serial killer and Fazbear Entertainment co-founder, William Afton. These spirits are looking for payback, and taking out their frustrations on any human they encounter, believing them to be the person responsible for their pain. The last thing the children saw of the “Purple Guy,” aka Afton, is a badge … one that resembles the one the security guards now wear. This is just the lore of the early games, and there are different reasons behind the animatronics’ movement in later games, including overridden code, faulty software, and even a child’s nightmare playing out before the player’s eyes.

    In the later “FNaF” games the lore introduces something called Remnant, a metallic substance used to trap souls in inanimate objects. In the books, it’s the name of the endoskeleton metal used to make the animatronics. Afton believed if he killed enough children and captured enough of the Remnant that made the animatronics come to life, he could make himself immortal.

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