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FNAF 3 Mysterys

1."PHANTOM PUPPET": first there is the "Phantom Puppet" who is not actually the Marionette wich gets proven by not only it being the only canon Marionette who does not have Marionette in its name but also because we actually DO see the unharmed Marionette roaming Fazbear's Fright even if it does not attack Mike during the nights.
And FNAF 6 proves this again anyways since L.E.F.T.E. captures the Marionette and traps it in itself wich would not be doable if the actual Marionette was a phantom.
NOW the name "Phantom Puppet" makes a alot more sense cus the Character is normally always called Marionette since that's its name however the Phantom Puppet is like its name says a LITERAL Puppet somehow created by the Marionette to make Mike think its a Phantom so that it can stay low.
NOTE: I'm not saying there were two Marionettes made for the Freddy/Fredbear locations that look the exact same and that both are hunted by dead kids what the Phantom Puppet is is most likely a trick by the actual Marionette to make Mike think it is a Phantom now aswell
Bonnie still has to be present by FNAF 3 for him to be freed when Happiest Day comes around and he would have to be a Phantom like the other Original Animatronics since Wiliam also destroyed him in the exact same way with his trusty axe.
So where is Phantom Bonnie ?.......
So.... at the end of FNAF 2 the newspapers say the Toy Animatronics are getting scrapped but in FNAF 3 we clearly see that they have not been scrapped but rather dismantled and them getting dismantled did not free the souls but instead made them Phantoms just like when the originals were dismantled by Wiliam even if the Toys were dismantled nicely and not with violence however that means that means that Phantom Toy Freddy, Phantom Toy Bonnie, Phantom Toy Chica exist but then the question of the day is where are they ?......

You have reached the end of this sorta-long post...
Thanks for taking the time to read this and feel free to respond to these FNAF 3 mysterys with your theorys in the comments below.
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Anyway, as you were people and remember getting upset over the lore of an indie horror game series is not worth it.
I want to use my right of reply after the accusation that I'm unaware of the meaning of the word "Phantom". Mainly because this accusation implies the author responsible for The Freddy Files (potentially Scott himself), also is unaware of this.

EDIT: Scott is the author. Thank you, Starscream.

And before any claim of "inconsistency", "inaccuracy" and the book has clear mistakes, I want to point out how adding quotation marks to "phantoms", following it with "(read: hallucinations)" is far from being just a typing mistake.

Oh, and the fact someone else also had hallucinations because of a faulty ventilation system that doesn't provide oxigen correctly doesn't mean they saw the same hallucination nor that they are real to any extent.
Ya can't prove TFF was actually written by Scott and yes i'm gonna say it cus its true TFF is a poor ass source for anything regarding the games.
You do realise Scott Cawthon is actually credited as the author of both TFF and TSL right? I can assure you we can prove it if you just look at the book's credentials.
They also credit him as an author for the Novels even tho Scott did not write those Kira did
Incorrect, they co-wrote both books together. The back of both books credit the 2 of them as follows:

"Scott Cawthon is the author of the bestselling video game series Five Nights at Freddy's , and while is a game designer by trade, he is first and foremost a storyteller at heart."

Kira's short bio also reveals that she co-writes quite oftenly e.g. "...and has developed several books with Kevin Anderson and Associates."
Scott only really provided the guidelines for the story Scott: "and you need to include this into the story and that into the story and that and that" 50 HOURS LATER........
That implies you have insider knowledge on the details of the process which is a fallacious argument and the book clearly credits Scott as a co-author for the novels which is then verified from more than one source including within the book itself and he is also credited as the sole author of TFF thereby making it canonical information which is what we abide by here on the Wiki. Also, a friendly reminder please try and be civil about this I would hate to have to start deleting comments due to a violation of guideline #2.
I'm not gonna start a debate anyways so don't worry about this turning into a shitshow of a thread.
But yea unless Scott goes out of his way and says he himself directly wrote The Freddy Files i won't believe it.

Also this thread is as good as gone anyways since its original purpose of talking about some FNAF 3 mysterys is gone.
He doesn't need to go out of his way as he put his name and credentials on the thing (not to mention he has full creative control over all things FNAF barring the merch and movie but even then he keeps a tight lid on the latter) but suit yourself I won't dissuade you from your stance. Anyways, I've got some things I need to take of now so I'll be off.

As for the rest of you here on this thread, oblige Mr Afton by getting back on topic.

All of you have a good day now and don't be shy to report any troublemakers to me or my fellow mods.
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