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  • Ever since Matpat's original Fnaf 3 video and after someone pointed it out to me in Fnaf 2, something has always had me troubled.
    Golden Freddy Down The Hall

    Look at the floor under his disembodied head.

    In Fnaf  2, Golden Fredy's disembodied head has a reflection. As if it were really there, which it probably isn't. {Unless he really CAN turn himself into a floating disembodied animatronic head. Which considering this series isn't outside the realm of possibilities.} We see such a phenomina again the very next game with The Puppet, w
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    The Puppet is there in the hallway with a reflection. Can you not see it?!

    here in spite of supposedly being scrapped he seems to be physically there in Fazbear's fright! Floating around for whatever reason. Why did Scott choose these two to have reflections if they aren't really there? We don't see that with the phantoms when they're in full view. Hell a number of REAL animatronics don't get reflections. So why these two?!
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    • The reflection maybe a sign that tells you they are hallucinations. Golden Freddy is the only one to have a reflection in FNAF 2, cos you hallucinate him while you don't hallucinate the others. Same thing with the Puppet. It has reflection for u to know that you are hallucinating. Hope I helped :)

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    • Ghosts with reflections...why do I get the feeling Scott's not going for the game award for scientific accuracy?

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    • Exl111 wrote:
      The reflection maybe a sign that tells you they are hallucinations. Golden Freddy is the only one to have a reflection in FNAF 2, cos you hallucinate him while you don't hallucinate the others. Same thing with the Puppet. It has reflection for u to know that you are hallucinating. Hope I helped :)

      Ghosts don't have frickin reflection

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    • Forget about it, they have reflections for the sake of suspense. Just imagine them without their reflections, they won't be as scary.

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    • Larry P1nhid wrote:
      Forget about it, they have reflections for the sake of suspense. Just imagine them without their reflections, they won't be as scary.

      Theory: Marrionette is the only animatronic survived

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    • Spring Trap3131 wrote:
      Larry P1nhid wrote:
      Forget about it, they have reflections for the sake of suspense. Just imagine them without their reflections, they won't be as scary.
      Theory: Marrionette is the only animatronic survived

      Even though we literally see his mask hanging off the wall of the attraction.

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    • Starscream1998 wrote:
      Spring Trap3131 wrote:
      Larry P1nhid wrote:
      Forget about it, they have reflections for the sake of suspense. Just imagine them without their reflections, they won't be as scary.
      Theory: Marrionette is the only animatronic survived
      Even though we literally see his mask hanging off the wall of the attraction.

      Fine another theory: That mask is a fake get it now go eat some exotic butters

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    • Spring Trap3131 wrote:
      Starscream1998 wrote:
      Spring Trap3131 wrote:
      Larry P1nhid wrote:
      Forget about it, they have reflections for the sake of suspense. Just imagine them without their reflections, they won't be as scary.
      Theory: Marrionette is the only animatronic survived
      Even though we literally see his mask hanging off the wall of the attraction.
      Fine another theory: That mask is a fake get it now go eat some exotic butters

      Or it could be a spare, We do see the anmatronics do have spare parts, at the very least heads.

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    • Thunderstudent Returns wrote:
      Spring Trap3131 wrote:
      Starscream1998 wrote:
      Spring Trap3131 wrote:
      Larry P1nhid wrote:
      Forget about it, they have reflections for the sake of suspense. Just imagine them without their reflections, they won't be as scary.
      Theory: Marrionette is the only animatronic survived
      Even though we literally see his mask hanging off the wall of the attraction.
      Fine another theory: That mask is a fake get it now go eat some exotic butters
      Or it could be a spare, We do see the anmatronics do have spare parts, at the very least heads.

      Yup

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    • Spring Trap3131 wrote: Fine another theory: That mask is a fake get it now go eat some exotic butters

      Git gud

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    • hey, former nightmare fan who forgot his password here. what about the nightmare animitronics and the reflections in the window? yes, windows can have a reflection. it is called peppers ghost. the phenomena in which windows have reflections. it's SCIENCE!

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    • Memelord100 wrote:
      hey, former nightmare fan who forgot his password here. what about the nightmare animitronics and the reflections in the window? yes, windows can have a reflection. it is called peppers ghost. the phenomena in which windows have reflections. it's SCIENCE!

      This is game not school fuck off

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    • Memelord100 wrote: hey, former nightmare fan who forgot his password here. what about the nightmare animitronics and the reflections in the window? yes, windows can have a reflection. it is called peppers ghost. the phenomena in which windows have reflections. it's SCIENCE!

      Using science in a series where giant floating ghost bear heads can kill you...yeah no thanks.

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    • For the second time, they have reflections to appear more scary. They wouldn't ba as scary, if they didn't have them.

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    • Larry P1nhid wrote:
      For the second time, they have reflections to appear more scary. They wouldn't ba as scary, if they didn't have them.

      Hallucunations can't have refelections that makes no sense

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    • You said it. They are hallucinations. The 'hallucinator' wanted them to have reflections.

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    • Larry P1nhid wrote:
      You said it. They are hallucinations. The 'hallucinator' wanted them to have reflections.

      Wut HE ISN'T A HALLUCINATION THATS WHAT I SAID PINHEADDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD

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    • still sticking with the theory that fnaf is a nightmare, huh? i feel like im copernicus in this world in that i have discovered somthing amazing but no one wants to hear it because it would be much easier to theorize if we belived fnaf 4 is a nightmare. i, however, am not one to step into cliche territory. because the, "child-is-stupid-and-is-always-imagining-things" stereotype. i just REFUSE TO BELIVE THAT FNAF 4 IS A NIGHTMARE! besides, most of the stuff you are talking about is just oversights. you are overanalyzing things.

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    • Spring Trap3131 wrote:
      Larry P1nhid wrote:
      For the second time, they have reflections to appear more scary. They wouldn't ba as scary, if they didn't have them.
      Hallucunations can't have refelections that makes no sense

      yeah, because it would be in violation of the laws of physics.

      ramdon theorist: what is this, rick and morty?

      my response: no, i was just poking fun.

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    • Memelord100 wrote:
      still sticking with the theory that fnaf is a nightmare, huh? i feel like im copernicus in this world in that i have discovered somthing amazing but no one wants to hear it because it would be much easier to theorize if we belived fnaf 4 is a nightmare. i, however, am not one to step into cliche territory. because the, "child-is-stupid-and-is-always-imagining-things" stereotype. i just REFUSE TO BELIVE THAT FNAF 4 IS A NIGHTMARE! besides, most of the stuff you are talking about is just oversights. you are overanalyzing things.

      FNaF4 Isn't a nightmare its a coma Now get lost

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    • Memelord100 wrote: still sticking with the theory that fnaf is a nightmare, huh? i feel like im copernicus in this world in that i have discovered somthing amazing but no one wants to hear it because it would be much easier to theorize if we belived fnaf 4 is a nightmare. i, however, am not one to step into cliche territory. because the, "child-is-stupid-and-is-always-imagining-things" stereotype. i just REFUSE TO BELIVE THAT FNAF 4 IS A NIGHTMARE! besides, most of the stuff you are talking about is just oversights. you are overanalyzing things.

      You are not alone, bro.

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    • Exl111 wrote:

      Memelord100 wrote: still sticking with the theory that fnaf is a nightmare, huh? i feel like im copernicus in this world in that i have discovered somthing amazing but no one wants to hear it because it would be much easier to theorize if we belived fnaf 4 is a nightmare. i, however, am not one to step into cliche territory. because the, "child-is-stupid-and-is-always-imagining-things" stereotype. i just REFUSE TO BELIVE THAT FNAF 4 IS A NIGHTMARE! besides, most of the stuff you are talking about is just oversights. you are overanalyzing things.

      You are not alone, bro.

      what? does that mean the werd of the nerd has been heard? are there still belivers?

      • final fantasy victory theme plays*
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    • Spring Trap3131 wrote:
      Memelord100 wrote:
      still sticking with the theory that fnaf is a nightmare, huh? i feel like im copernicus in this world in that i have discovered somthing amazing but no one wants to hear it because it would be much easier to theorize if we belived fnaf 4 is a nightmare. i, however, am not one to step into cliche territory. because the, "child-is-stupid-and-is-always-imagining-things" stereotype. i just REFUSE TO BELIVE THAT FNAF 4 IS A NIGHTMARE! besides, most of the stuff you are talking about is just oversights. you are overanalyzing things.
      FNaF4 Isn't a nightmare its a coma Now get lost

      if it was the bite of '87, the missing frontal lobe means he can not have nightmares. the frontal lobe contorlls stimuli. including fear stimuli. this may be a supernatural world, but that doesn't mean we cant bring science to it.

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    • Same thing with Jeremy. Now some of the fans think that Jeremy is the victim of the bite. HE ISNT. Its written in the FREeddy Files that he was moved to the day shift.

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    • wow. just, wow. there are belivers out there.

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    • Same reaction, mate.

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    • With what we know about the Funtime animatronics having the ability to make people hallucinate with audio frequencies {see "FNAF: The Twisted Ones" for further details} it is possible the nightmares aren't nightmares but modified versions of the original animatronics being tested on crying child's brother because in William's twisted mind{see what I did there? ;) } this is punishment for him getting his brother killed.

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    • Using the novels to solve the games ain't my style, besides Nightmare is called Shadow Freddy in the game files so I think it's more likely CC is Nightmare and is punishing his older brother.

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    • You said it yourself, Mr. Scott said, nobody had solved FNAF 4, so let go of the nightmares theory.

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    • Exl111 wrote: You said it yourself, Mr. Scott said, nobody had solved FNAF 4, so let go of the nightmares theory.

      Just because nobody solved FNAF 4 does not mean the nightmares theory is wrong, it was not specified what our misconception was.

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    • If he wasn't talking about the nightmares theory, I would congratulate team '83, cos there was nothing important in FNAF4 other than the bite and the nights.

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    • Thunderstudent Returns wrote:
      Ever since Matpat's original Fnaf 3 video and after someone pointed it out to me in Fnaf 2, something has always had me troubled.
      Golden Freddy Down The Hall

      Look at the floor under his disembodied head.

      In Fnaf  2, Golden Fredy's disembodied head has a reflection. As if it were really there, which it probably isn't. {Unless he really CAN turn himself into a floating disembodied animatronic head. Which considering this series isn't outside the realm of possibilities.} We see such a phenomina again the very next game with The Puppet, w
      298

      The Puppet is there in the hallway with a reflection. Can you not see it?!

      here in spite of supposedly being scrapped he seems to be physically there in Fazbear's fright! Floating around for whatever reason. Why did Scott choose these two to have reflections if they aren't really there? We don't see that with the phantoms when they're in full view. Hell a number of REAL animatronics don't get reflections. So why these two?!

      I really do think this is the real Puppet you're seeing in this picture. Just look at what The Puppet's staring at, and what it's icapable of doing! It must've appeared shortly before Springtrap's rude awakening, which would explain why he'd  even wake up in the first place. Also, TFF only stated that the Phantoms were hallucinations. It never said anything about the normal looking Puppet being one. As for the mask, We've got two possible theories. Either it's just a differnet mask for decoration, or the Puppet really was scrapped, the mask is all that remains of it,  and the Puppet in the picture was an hallucination that was created by the spirit of the real Puppet who came to pay his little friend a visit. If this really is a hallucination, then I'm going to have to go with the idea that it was caused by the spirit that used to possess the Puppet, and it's doing all the work while it's trapped inside the mask. Let's face it! All the masks are literally glowing, and guess what you see once you get the bad ending?

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    • Like, do I have to slaughter myself, then hand you my head, for you to believe that he has already rested in peace? Watch FNAF3 minigames if you don't believe me.

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    • And just exactly how could we possibly know that the Good Ending is even the real ending?

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    • FNAF3. If it wasn't the real ending then the real animatronics would still be there.

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    • Purple Guy dismantled the real animatronics, remember? Therefore, how can they still be there if they've been destroyed?

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    • Yeah so? He only dismantled 5.

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    • Exl111 wrote:
      Yeah so? He only dismantled 5.

      Okay then, case closed!

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    • Ok.

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    • Exl111 wrote: If he wasn't talking about the nightmares theory, I would congratulate team '83, cos there was nothing important in FNAF4 other than the bite and the nights.

      Honestly I think the FNAF gameplay could be a combination of real and not real you know.

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    • Yeah.

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    • I mean I think the whole point of SL showing us those rooms was to show how whoever we play as in FNAF 4 has to be connected to Afton's house which is why I say we play as the older brother.

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    • To me they indicate that the plushies and plushtrap are watching. Simple.

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    • Tricakay27 wrote:
      Thunderstudent Returns wrote:
      Ever since Matpat's original Fnaf 3 video and after someone pointed it out to me in Fnaf 2, something has always had me troubled.
      Golden Freddy Down The Hall

      Look at the floor under his disembodied head.

      In Fnaf  2, Golden Fredy's disembodied head has a reflection. As if it were really there, which it probably isn't. {Unless he really CAN turn himself into a floating disembodied animatronic head. Which considering this series isn't outside the realm of possibilities.} We see such a phenomina again the very next game with The Puppet, w
      298

      The Puppet is there in the hallway with a reflection. Can you not see it?!

      here in spite of supposedly being scrapped he seems to be physically there in Fazbear's fright! Floating around for whatever reason. Why did Scott choose these two to have reflections if they aren't really there? We don't see that with the phantoms when they're in full view. Hell a number of REAL animatronics don't get reflections. So why these two?!
      I really do think this is the real Puppet you're seeing in this picture. Just look at what The Puppet's staring at, and what it's icapable of doing! It must've appeared shortly before Springtrap's rude awakening, which would explain why he'd  even wake up in the first place. Also, TFF only stated that the Phantoms were hallucinations. It never said anything about the normal looking Puppet being one. As for the mask, We've got two possible theories. Either it's just a differnet mask for decoration, or the Puppet really was scrapped, the mask is all that remains of it,  and the Puppet in the picture was an hallucination that was created by the spirit of the real Puppet who came to pay his little friend a visit. If this really is a hallucination, then I'm going to have to go with the idea that it was caused by the spirit that used to possess the Puppet, and it's doing all the work while it's trapped inside the mask. Let's face it! All the masks are literally glowing, and guess what you see once you get the bad ending?

      That still doesn't explain Golden Freddybear's giant, disembodied head having a reflection.

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    • honestly, the reflections are not that important.

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    • Thunderstudent Returns wrote:

      Ever since Matpat's original Fnaf 3 video and after someone pointed it out to me in Fnaf 2, something has always had me troubled.
      Golden Freddy Down The Hall

      Look at the floor under his disembodied head.

      In Fnaf  2, Golden Fredy's disembodied head has a reflection. As if it were really there, which it probably isn't. {Unless he really CAN turn himself into a floating disembodied animatronic head. Which considering this series isn't outside the realm of possibilities.} We see such a phenomina again the very next game with The Puppet, w
      298

      The Puppet is there in the hallway with a reflection. Can you not see it?!

      here in spite of supposedly being scrapped he seems to be physically there in Fazbear's fright! Floating around for whatever reason. Why did Scott choose these two to have reflections if they aren't really there? We don't see that with the phantoms when they're in full view. Hell a number of REAL animatronics don't get reflections. So why these two?!

      U idiot every real animatronic has a reflection I checked cuz I analyse FNaF closely

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    • StrangerThingsFan123 wrote:

      Thunderstudent Returns wrote:

      Ever since Matpat's original Fnaf 3 video and after someone pointed it out to me in Fnaf 2, something has always had me troubled.
      Golden Freddy Down The Hall

      Look at the floor under his disembodied head.

      In Fnaf  2, Golden Fredy's disembodied head has a reflection. As if it were really there, which it probably isn't. {Unless he really CAN turn himself into a floating disembodied animatronic head. Which considering this series isn't outside the realm of possibilities.} We see such a phenomina again the very next game with The Puppet, w
      298

      The Puppet is there in the hallway with a reflection. Can you not see it?!

      here in spite of supposedly being scrapped he seems to be physically there in Fazbear's fright! Floating around for whatever reason. Why did Scott choose these two to have reflections if they aren't really there? We don't see that with the phantoms when they're in full view. Hell a number of REAL animatronics don't get reflections. So why these two?!
      U idiot every real animatronic has a reflection I checked cuz I analyse FNaF closely

      yeah i know right?

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    • Memelord100 wrote:

      StrangerThingsFan123 wrote:

      Thunderstudent Returns wrote:

      Ever since Matpat's original Fnaf 3 video and after someone pointed it out to me in Fnaf 2, something has always had me troubled.
      Golden Freddy Down The Hall

      Look at the floor under his disembodied head.

      In Fnaf  2, Golden Fredy's disembodied head has a reflection. As if it were really there, which it probably isn't. {Unless he really CAN turn himself into a floating disembodied animatronic head. Which considering this series isn't outside the realm of possibilities.} We see such a phenomina again the very next game with The Puppet, w
      298

      The Puppet is there in the hallway with a reflection. Can you not see it?!

      here in spite of supposedly being scrapped he seems to be physically there in Fazbear's fright! Floating around for whatever reason. Why did Scott choose these two to have reflections if they aren't really there? We don't see that with the phantoms when they're in full view. Hell a number of REAL animatronics don't get reflections. So why these two?!
      U idiot every real animatronic has a reflection I checked cuz I analyse FNaF closely

      yeah i know right?

      XD

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    • StrangerThingsFan123 wrote:

      Memelord100 wrote:

      StrangerThingsFan123 wrote:

      Thunderstudent Returns wrote:

      Ever since Matpat's original Fnaf 3 video and after someone pointed it out to me in Fnaf 2, something has always had me troubled.
      Golden Freddy Down The Hall

      Look at the floor under his disembodied head.

      In Fnaf  2, Golden Fredy's disembodied head has a reflection. As if it were really there, which it probably isn't. {Unless he really CAN turn himself into a floating disembodied animatronic head. Which considering this series isn't outside the realm of possibilities.} We see such a phenomina again the very next game with The Puppet, w
      298

      The Puppet is there in the hallway with a reflection. Can you not see it?!

      here in spite of supposedly being scrapped he seems to be physically there in Fazbear's fright! Floating around for whatever reason. Why did Scott choose these two to have reflections if they aren't really there? We don't see that with the phantoms when they're in full view. Hell a number of REAL animatronics don't get reflections. So why these two?!
      U idiot every real animatronic has a reflection I checked cuz I analyse FNaF closely
      yeah i know right?
      XD

      XDXDXDXDXDXDXDXDD

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    • OKAY, if every real animatronic has a reflection then why do these two F^&%ers do?! Especially THE GIANT, FLOATING, GOLDEN BEAR HEAD?!?! YOU KNOW, THE ONE THAT MAY OR MAY NOT BE FREDBEAR?!?! THE ONE THAT KILLS YOU BY FLYING AT YOU?!?! Seriously Golden Freddy, who and what the hell are you even?

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    • We don't kinda care now

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    • you spelled freddy rong instead you typed in fredy

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    • And you spelled wrong wrong instead you typed in rong.

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    • Wow

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    • Yep.

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    • i agree with you :Spring Trap3131 wrote:
      Larry P1nhid wrote:
      You said it. They are hallucinations. The 'hallucinator' wanted them to have reflections.
      Wut HE ISN'T A HALLUCINATION THATS WHAT I SAID PINHEADDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD


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    • ...So what exactly did this thread accomplish.

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    • Not much?

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    • i don't know

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    • I just said hello.

      But now i am gonna say goodbye

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    • why say goodbye?

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    • New FNAF tells the story of Puppet, go check it out.

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    • We have. :/

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    • SirAfton wrote:
      New FNAF tells the story of Puppet, go check it out.

      what is it called?

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    • I never got this. Why can't hallucinations have reflections? Couldn't someone just also be hallucinating the reflections?

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    • I'm still shocked how this thread is still alive.

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    • I think they are indeed real animatronics. Remember: The animatronics and their phantom counterparts do indeed co-exist, as the Phantoms are fake foreshadowers of the fire that happens at the end of FNAF 3. This could simply be the pre-fire Puppet wandering about. As for Golden Freddy, perhaps he DOES have the ability to simply turn himself into a floating head. To quote you, it's not outside of the realm of possibility for FNAF.

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    • Jeffrey Penguin wrote:
      I'm still shocked how this thread is still alive.

      me too

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