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|“||You could be a pirate, but first you'll need to lose your arm and your eye!||„|
|~ Foxy's song in Step Closer.|
Foxy the Pirate is a major antagonist in the novel Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes and a supporting character in its two sequels The Twisted Ones and The Fourth Closet. He also appears in various stories of the Fazbear Frights.
- 1 Biography
- 2 Personality
- 3 Navigation
Foxy the Fox was one of the animatronics Henry Emily created. Charlie first saw him twitching in the dark inside his dad's house. On July 1985, Fritz was kidnapped by William Afton, dressed with a golden suit, and stuffed inside the fox's suit.
Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes
In 1995, when Charlie and her friends come back to Freddy Fazbear's Pizza for the second time, they find Foxy, apparently deactivated. The robot ends up cutting Charlie's arm with his hook. After a while, Foxy takes Jason with him, but he doesn't harm the child and he leaves him alive and well, because the animatronics are aggressive only against adults, thinking they are their killers. Foxy then tries to attack Charlie and her friends, but he's stopped by Golden Freddy, possessed by Michael Brooks, a childhood friend of the teens.
Five Nights at Freddy's: The Twisted Ones
In this novel it's revealed that, after the events of the first book, Chief Burker took the bodies out of the animatronics, damaging them in the process, and that he keeps them in the basement. After hearing that William Afton is still alive as Springtrap after being stuffed inside the SpringBonnie's suit, they reach the Twisted Animatronics, created by William to find and kill Charlie, and they starts to fight against them. During the battle, Foxy destroys Twisted Wolf and he attacks Twisted Freddy, ripping off a part of his face and his arm.
Five Nights at Freddy's: The Fourth Closet
In this book, it's revealed that William Afton melted together the original animatronics' endoskeletons, including Foxy's one, to create an animatronic known only as The Amalgamation, where he wants to transfer his consciousness to become definitively immortal. When Carlton Burker, who was injected with remnant, enters in the spiritual world, he meets a young boy with curly, red hair, called Fritz, who possesses Foxy. After William is pushed into a furnace by the funtime animatronics, who rebels against him, all the trapped souls are finally able to pass on.
Foxy makes various appearances through the Fazbear Frights stories.
In Fetch, the protagonist Greg finds four deactivated adult-sized animatronics behind the show stage's curtains.
Despite Foxy doesn't make a physical appearance, the Yarg Foxy toy, who both the protagonist Alec and his sister Hazel want, is based on him. It's also revealed that Alec likes roaming the house dressed as Foxy, similarly to the big brother in Five Nights at Freddy's 4.
The New Kid
When Devon, Mick and Kelsey explore an abandoned Freddy's building, they find Foxy deactivated inside Pirate Cove, with his hook being the only part the protagonists are able to see.
Foxy is the main antagonist of the short story Step Closer. He first appears in Pete's dream, singing a song about Pete losing his arm and his eye. When Pete is forced to stay with Chuck at Freddy's, he hear two employees talking about how Foxy had been taken in the maintenance room. He decides to scare Chuck by taking him here, but when they enter they see mysterious black marks on the walls, and Foxy sings the same song Pete heard in his dream. Despite Foxy isn't directly behind any of the things that happen to Pete over the course of the story, Chuck theorizes that he somehow cursed Pete with bad luck. During the school carnival's festival (which is pirate themed), Pete hallucinates Foxy chasing him trough the mirror hall. After that, he decides to consider Chuck's theory and to reach Freddy's with his little brother to face the animatronic once and for all, but he's ran over by a truck on the way for the pizzeria. Pete is then taken to an hospital, paralyzed and unable to speak. The doctors consider him dead and they decide to take off his hand and his eye so that they can be transplanted to someone who need them (since Pete's mother signed to make him become an organ donator in case he would die). During the gruesome operation, Pete hears Foxy's song playing in his head. Four weeks later, Chuck comes back at Freddy's to see Foxy, and he tries to activate his show, but the animatronic doesn't come out of Pirate Cove.
Foxy makes another appearance in the epilogue of Blackbird where The Stitchwraith carries his remains inside a bag to an abandoned factory and destroys them with a trash compactor. This confirmed Foxy was indeed haunted by Andrew's agony, and that was the reason behind his paranormal behavior in Step Closer. Later on, William Afton's spirit uses all the pieces collected by the Stitchwraith, including Foxy's remains, to compose the Miscretation.
When the Miscreation is pulled apart by the Marionette, Foxy's remains sinks into the lake along with all the other robotic parts which composed the mechanical amalgamation.
Foxy shows an aggressive behavior towards adult people, thinking they are his killer. As a kid, he seems to be pretty friendly, but more introvert than Cassidy and Susie.