The Candy Cadet (or ‘CC’ in this thread) is a weird robot. Have you ever heard his stories? I have. I have one thing to say about CC. The stories i mentioned are dark.
CC can be found in the shop in Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator and can be placed on the floor plan. When you play test him, you press the space bar to get a candy. He then tells you to come back to hear a story.
CC can tell you one of 3 stories that all kind of mean the same thing. The first one:
"Now I will tell you a story about a young woman who was sealed in a small room. In the room was a furnace, and five keys. She was told that each of the five keys would unlock one of five doors outside her room. Inside each room was a child that she could take with her as she fled the building. But she was only allowed to leave her own room with one key, not all five. Desperate to find a way to save all five children, the woman melted the five keys together in the furnace to create a single key, hoping it would unlock all five doors. Of course, it did not work that way. Now her key opened none of the doors. Rather than leaving there with the key to one life, she had taken with her the key to five deaths."
"Now I will tell you a story. A story about a kind man who would visit five orphans and bring them toys and gladness. The man lived alone, and lived in fear that someone might break into the house of one of the five children. So he adopted all five, and brought them together in one place in his own home. He promised them to never leave them, and they promised to always come home and never stay out too late. He left one day to buy food, his heart being filled with gladness, but returned to find that the burglar had chosen his home, and killed all five of the children. The man could only afford one coffin, so he stitched the five bodies together to make one, and buried the child. That night, there was a knock at the door."
And the final one:
"Now I will tell you a story about a little boy. He had a red snake that he kept in a metal cage, whose hunger could not be satisfied. One day the boy found five baby kittens outside his house. He brought them inside and kept them in a shoebox. He knew that the snake might kill them, but could not bring himself to get rid of the snake. He knew that if he chose one kitten to feed to the snake, it might be satisfied, but he could not choose. So, he went to bed, leaving the cage open. The snake went to the shoebox, chose a kitten at random, and ate it. After five nights had gone by, the boy was full of regret, and cut the snake open. He pieced the remains together and put the kitten back into the shoebox."
So now that that’s out of the way, lets get onto the more important part. The theory.
There is a clear pattern here. A person failing to look after five lives and PUTTING THEM BACK TOGETHER.
Hmm. This seems familiar. Where did someone promise to put someone else promise to put something (or someone) back together? That’s right. CC is refering to Five Nights at Freddy's 4. Yes. That's it. Bye.
EXCEPT THATS NOT IT! The child in the cutscenes did not die like some people suspected. He was one of The Missing Children. Also, two of the three stories contain putting them into a box or coffin. What if I told you these ‘containers’ represents the box from FNaF4?
Scott Cawthon once said that he planned on opening the box an it contained the pieces of the story PUT TOGETHER. Now, doesn't that mean......
Yes, it does.
So there you have it.
Candy Cadet is one creepy robot.
Thank you to StrifeFromTheShadows who I got the stories copy and pasted from.
There is a pattern but there is one thing I noted from the 3rd story or the 'kitten' one. The snake seems to represent the lust for blood that the killer(can't remember the names) had. The child seems to be innocent, not knowing what is really going on. Representing Henry/His daughter. Since the child puts them back together I believe it also represents his daughter that "lifts them up in her arms". Other stories are too vague for me to get any rough interpretation of them.
I’m lost which child did not die, CC?
I meant some people thought the bite from fnaf four killed the child because in the cutsene were it shows the child and the toys disappearing, there was a noise like when the heartbeat thingy goes flat. But because there was a killer in most of these stories, he didn’t die from the bite, but from a murder.
Sorry if this is confusing.
So you're telling me despite the fact the kid had his skull caved in and flatlined shortly afterward he somehow didn't die...look I'm a glass half full kind of a guy on a good day but that seems a little far-fetched.
Starscream1998 wrote: So you're telling me despite the fact the kid had his skull caved in and flatlined shortly afterward he somehow didn't die...look I'm a glass half full kind of a guy on a good day but that seems a little far-fetched.
Why yes how observant of you, there are meaningless theories. I'm sorry was that not what you were talking about, perhaps you should take greater care with how you construct sentences my dear chap. Au revoir.
Does anyone else remember the car alarm and dog barking in FNaF 4(Did I miss a reply in this thread about it?)
Anyhow, as saw it the stories relate thusly:
3 stories, 5 victims, and amidst the clashing viewpoints, the whole of the story must be stitched back together. It's a good horror writing technique, to only supply the viewer/reader and in our case player, with the perspective and knowledge of the character, we play as. Meaning, much like a detective must get the truth from all the witnesses, so were we to find the parallels in each game to lead us to the complete story.
The stories, to me, all sound the idea of how one tries to save them all, and in doing; saves none. AKA you can't have your cake and eat too ;p
<divclass="quote">Starscream1998 wrote: Not a bad idea, I did try to unite the protagonists under a single character to a similar end http://freddy-fazbears-pizza.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:2518171</div>
Is that your most recent conclusion? It took me a few moments but i just realized, Mangle is the little girl's dog.. Which happens in crazy little mind- to make us Foxy, at least in FNaF 1- due to the FNaf 4 reverse audio of night 1 and also foxys eyepatch jumpscare. Plus the handbook - yes fredbearplush is drawn, but the main character in 4 has a headless foxy. the others where masks. he calls them his friends. foxy turns into a plushie in the closet. Most of all- just cause Freddy does the bite doesn't mean that's who the bite victim becomes.
Wow! I haven't been on for a while and there are loads of new comments! I'll try my best on trying to answer questions and fixing my theory, so bare with me. But for now, I would like to know what you mean about this FNaF 3 link Sigyn87.
Huh, I just realized, *facepalm* the Candy Cadet story totaly lines up with the FNaF 3 Mangle's quest mini-game imagery.
I dont think that can be the answer. Shadow bonnie looks exactly like toy Bonnie but black, taller and without most accessories. I think that this employee is not Shadow Bonnie but i’d like to hear some more ideas from you!
This would explain why Shadow Freddy doesn’t jumpscare... but what about Shadow Bonnie? She appears in 2 games, so she must be important as well?
That's all well and good but there are two factors to be considered when talking about who the FNAF 4 child becomes:
A) He died in a hospital and was not stuffed which means in all likeliness he cannot possess an actual animatronic and would have to return as one of the ghost characters
B) His ghost would logically resemble somewhat the animatronic associated with his death which means that the FNAF 4 child would come back as a ghostly incarnation of a bear animatronic.
This leaves 2 possible choices: Shadow Freddy or Golden Freddy.
My conclusion: Shadow Freddy as Golden Freddy is already possessed the one of the 5 missing children.
Yea, if you know a lot about fnaf you might know that Shadow Bonnie is probably Charlie, like her brother Sammy that turned into Shadow Freddy after being killed by his grandpa in the springtrap suit.
One more thing just because the ears are ths same dousn't mean there the same exact person.
Well by all means present me the counter evidence...oh wait that's right "Yea, if you know a lot about fnaf you might know that Shadow Bonnie is probably Charlie, like her brother Sammy that turned into Shadow Freddy after being killed by his grandpa in the springtrap suit."
None of what you said has any evidence and to make it worse you stated it like a fact which it's not. Facts are the things Scott states, theories are what we make here on this Wiki not facts. Charlie most likely becomes The Puppet in the games due to FNAF 6's end cutscene revealing Henry's daughter to be the Puppet. There is no evidence to say Sammy even exists within the game continuity or that his grandpa killed him in the Spring Bonnie suit.
Fazbear2475 wrote: Yea, if you know a lot about fnaf you might know that Shadow Bonnie is probably Charlie, like her brother Sammy that turned into Shadow Freddy after being killed by his grandpa in the springtrap suit.
Bingo it's the confirmed(via Scott in his ambiguous language he loves) parallel -style universe- errgo not direct canon.
If Scott really wanted us to take him seriously, he should've made the cutecenes in SL a lot less obvious than he actually made them appear to be. Scott really did put a lot of time and effort into creating a convincing, yet "fake" origin story.