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  • After reading a summerized version of the Silver Eyes plot and reading the actual Twisted Ones book, I can't help but notice that there are SIX missing children. Michael became Golden Freddy (no idea where he is, as only Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy were in Clay's basement) four others became the aforementioned core animatronics, still hellbent on getting vengeance on Springtrap, but by my count that only covers FIVE animatronics. So... where's Sammy? I'm highly certain that Sammy currently has his own new FNAF identity. But, who is he? Could the first round against Springtrap and his ani-mon-tronics allowed a certain weasel to go pop? Could the collapse of Charlie's childhood home allowed a certain tear-soaked masked clown to come out of his box?

    In other words... is Sammy the Book Universe's version of The Puppet? What are your thoughts on this subject?

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    • I think so yes what with the whole being William's first victim thing and the whole deal with Charlie feeling his presence in book 2.

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    • My main candidate for Puppet is still Charlie, she talks about putting Theodore back together at one point.

      A theory of mine is that the first victim at Freddy's was split into two characters, The Puppet and Shadow Freddy. And Charlie seems to wrestle with that duality all through The Twisted Ones.

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    • BlackfootFerret wrote: My main candidate for Puppet is still Charlie, she talks about putting Theodore back together at one point.

      A theory of mine is that the first victim at Freddy's was split into two characters, The Puppet and Shadow Freddy. And Charlie seems to wrestle with that duality all through The Twisted Ones.

      Wait a sec, I thought you said Charlie and Sammy had it in for their granddad who killed them on June 26th?

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    • That's the FNAF 1-4 universe, we're talking the novels here.

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    • Ooooooh my bad.

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    • Main man springtrap says he took Charlie, which, is in a way, confirmed by the true ending of the sixth game. Where Henry adresses his daughter with imagery showing left outside the diner, after which you later see her collapsed among the garbage bags. Henry then goes on to say he knew she'd return as well, with imagery of the puppet. So indeed Sammy, or Charlie's other self seems to possess the puppet. That doesn't explain how Charlie is alive in the books though. I'd wager her spirit was split in two which allowed her to both possess the puppet and stay alive. So perhaps the puppet is what she's mindlessly chasing in the second book, and what's behind the steel door at the end.

      I know the books and the games aren't exactly the same universes, but to make sense of it all, I think we need to take in every possibility.

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