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Trivial clock sound

Wensminster Quarters! Should be in Trivia, that clock sound like half-an-hour, not full hour (Only two series by four sounds, not four series by four sounds. Check wikipedia. Its changing from 5 to 6, not to 5.30)!

Eh, I don't think that is neccesary. It just seems too trivial and really just redundant.

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FredCat is disappointed with you both. FredCat 11:24, July 30, 2015 (UTC)

Alarm Clock numbers FNAF4

The alarm clock numbers that pop up after the nights end during Five Nights at Freddy's 4 play are in this order:















There's got to be some hidden message or meaning to these "random" numbers, otherwise why would they be there?

~Skitzee Fairy

I read a interesting theory, that seeing as "The Child" has a grandfather clock outside his bedroom, that there is a possibility that the first three games are dreams as well, and the 6:00 chimes is the clock outside his room waking him up every morning. Keep in mind, it is stated that said dreams would take place before The Bite. While I admit we can't add speculation as fact, but we can add speculation as trivia. As speculation is nothing but trivial. Does anyone agree here? (Also noted, is that this explains why a grandfather clock chines is in the first 3 games. For what other reason would that sound play?)

Moogleknight24 (talk) 13:46, March 6, 2016 (UTC)Moogleknight24

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