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Are you ready for Freddy?
~ The most famous Freddy-related quote.
It looks like someone wasn't ready for Freddy to come to the party!
~ Freddy Fazbear after killing the player.
My name is Freddy, I'm the singer of the band, got a hat and a big bowtie! I'm a big brown bear, but don't be scared, I'm a real fun-lovin' guy!
~ Freddy in the scrapped Showtime performance.
I-I won't talk quite long this time since Freddy and his friends tend to become more active as the week progresses.
~ The Phone Guy about Freddy Fazbear and his friends.

Freddy Fazbear, also known as simply Freddy, is the titular central antagonist of the Five Nights at Freddy's franchise.

He is an animatronic bear and the mascot of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. Seemingly a nice and innocent animatronic entertainer for children, he is actually possessed by the soul of a child named Gabriel and actively tries to kill the security guards of at least two Freddy Fazbear's Pizza locations, which he mistakes for his murderer.

In the scrapped Showtime performance for Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted, he is voiced by Kellen Goff, who also provided the voices for Funtime Freddy, Fiddlesticks, Kai Chisaki, Diavolo, Techno Pirate, Choco Werehound Brute and the Daycare Attendant. Outside FNaF, Goff also provided the voices of Hans from KonoSuba: God's Blessing on this Wonderful World!, the Abyss Herald from Genshin Impact, and Gouketsu from One-Punch Man.

His voice actor in Five Nights at Freddy's AR: Special Delivery is unknown.


In the video games, Freddy serves as a major antagonist in the ScottGames era, and a posthumous antagonist in the Steel Wool era. He is the main antagonist of the first Five Nights at Freddy's, the secondary antagonist of Five Nights at Freddy's 2 as Withered Freddy, a posthumous antagonist in Five Nights at Freddy's 3, Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator, Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted and Five Nights at Freddy's AR: Special Delivery, a cameo character in Five Nights at Freddy's 4 (through a plushie), a mentioned character in Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location, and a supporting antagonist in Ultimate Custom Night. He also serves as the titular main protagonist of the non-canonical spin-off games FNAF World and Freddy in Space 2.

In Ultimate Custom Night, a version of him known simply as The Bear also appears as the titular main protagonist of the Japanese series Bear of Vengeance.

He makes a cameo as a decapitated trophy in the Fazbear Fanverse fangame One Night at Flumpty's 2. Counterparts of him will also appear in other Fanverse fangames, with one serving as an unseen character in Five Nights at Candy's Remastered and a posthumous character in POPGOES Evergreen, another named Ignited Freddy serving as one of the secondary antagonists of The Joy of Creation: Ignited Collection, and another serving as the titular main-or-secondary antagonist of Five Nights at Freddy's Plus.


Five Nights at Freddy's

Freddy appears as a tall, large anthropomorphic, quite muscular and stereotypical robotic teddy-bear with a black hat. He has two glowing blue eyes overcame by dark thin eyebrows and a black bow tie under his chin. He has hands with four fingers and feet with three toes.

Also, he holds a microphone in his hands which allows him to performs songs in order to distract and amuse children. However, he does not carry it while attacking the night guard.

In the easter egg of Freddy's distorted poster, showing him tearing off his own head, one of his hands is in the same positions as the handprints on his chin.

Freddy does not look too robotic as the only mechanical parts that are exposed are his wristbands in each arm which connect his hands to the rest of the body. However, no other straps nor lacerations can be spotted on his well-conserved body, and his endoskeleton is totally hidden by the amount of fake orange fur, which could mean that the animatronic, in spite of his decaying imprisonment, remained in a perfected state (as opposite to Foxy). However, as a result of his abandonment, the fur is much more unclean, as some dust can be spotted in various places. Also, the player can encounter an eyeless still image of Freddy after their death in Five Nights at Freddy's 2, albeit this event occurs rarely.

Freddy appears with humanly blue eyes in the hallucinations.

Five Nights at Freddy's 2

In the second game, Freddy appears more damaged and is not in his perfected, flawless state from before, much like Foxy. However, from the four original animatronics, he still appears as the least damaged.

Notable changes are his much more dirty body, large tears on his arms and legs, and visible wires connecting the robot's joints. He also seems to be crooked.

Unlike Withered Foxy who has a moldy endoskeleton and Withered Bonnie who has a scratched endoskeleton, Withered Freddy and Withered Chica's are almost brand-new other than bloodstains on Chica's jaws. This implies that these two were the most recently retired, probably after Chica bit someone's head.

Shamrock Freddy

Shamrock Freddy is a recolor of Freddy Fazbear but with a few differences. He has clove green in complexion, lime green in irises, white scleras, has a dark green leprechaun-themed hat, a golden beaded necklace and a dark green bowtie. He was released to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, explaining his look.

Firework Freddy

Firework Freddy has the same look as Freddy Fazbear because of being a skin, but now wears a torn outfit. He wears a light blue-colored tank top with star patterns on it and a grey shorts, as well as a red bowtie and a top hat with red and white stripes and stars. A notable appearance on Freddy is that he holds a large firecracker that is ignited, and he also has a sunglasses on him.

Personality and Behavior

Freddy Fazbear during the day.gif

As the mascot of the restaurant, the day Freddy appears as a nice, joyful, and lovely mascot who takes care of customer's child and always trying to cheer them up, as expected from an animatronic. However, once he is alone in the dark, he turns into a cunning, dangerous and malevolent robot, willing at all cost to catch and stuff the security guard into an endoskeleton suit. The reason for this behavior is that the animatronic is, in fact, possessed by the vengeful spirit of a child (c.f. History).

Freddy is the original leading antagonist of the first game, and acts as such, sitting at the side and allowing the other animatronics to do all the work in the earlier nights, and when they fail, he finally comes into action himself. In FNaF 1, he is very intelligent and strategic, and also presumably the leader of the gang. If the power runs out, he always is the first to enter the office, even if he is the animatronic furthest from said office, meaning the other animatronics may be allowing him the privilege (as leader) of getting the night guard. However, even if Freddy's AI is set to level 20 on Custom Night, he won't move until Bonnie and Chica have left the Show Stage.

When on the move, Freddy lets out a very deep belly laugh that echoes throughout the building. Unlike the other animatronics, Freddy appears to be a sadist, toying with the night guard in order to break him, and laughing at his misery, which make him far more villainous than the other animatronics, although still not completely evil for many reasons. That, and he plays his music before killing the guard if the place runs out of power, leaving the guard in complete and utter fear, not knowing when he will be killed. Freddy may be a mutilator as well because once the protagonist is killed, his eyes and teeth are shown through the openings of the suit, with the former's eyes popped through the suit's eye sockets and teeth showing within the mouth of the suit. In the second game, Freddy appears in the Game Over screen and the point of view is from inside the suit.

However, this doesn't mean that Freddy is a heartless and depraved creature. Even if he never spares the night guards, his book version realized his faults in The Silver Eyes when he was about to kill Charlie, after listening to Golden Freddy, and eventually decided to spare Charlie (although it was a different universe).

Freddy was originally meant to be stationary and only move when the power was out. However, the creator (Scott Cawthon) wanted to give the titular character more floor time and changed the AI programming to its current iteration of hunting the player on the fourth and fifth nights.

In Five Nights at Freddy's 2, a prequel, Freddy is less of a threat on earlier nights (although he becomes far more active and faster on nights 5 and 6), and even a bit of a doofus, not being able to tell a man in a mask from an animatronic.

He is also much slower and more predictable (until nights 5 and 6, where he receives an upgrade). This ironically implies Freddy had become much more intelligent over time and ascended to official leadership status. This may be due to the fact he is possessed, or his A.I. had evolved. Also, in the same game, Freddy is one of the few animatronics who doesn't go through the air vents, the others being Toy Freddy, Golden Freddy, Foxy and the Puppet.

Despite being a violent and sadistic animatronic, Freddy attacks only because he wants to avenge himself and his friends by killing their murderer. However, he doesn't know how his killer looks like, all he knows is that he was a night guard (heavily implied by the SAVE THEM minigame), explaining why he's so hostile to them.

Overall, Freddy Fazbear is a tragic character with good intentions, he just goes too far when trying to do the right thing, which makes him a villain.


From Freddy

Hello, everybody! You ready to have a good time? I know I am!
~ Freddy in the scrapped Showtime performance.
'Cause it's Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, for kids it's number one! Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, where fan-tasy means fun!
~ Freddy singing about his pizzeria in the scrapped Showtime performance.
Finally, there's Foxy! One eye and a hook for a hand! He hangs out over in the Pirate's Cove, now you've met all the members of the band!
~ Freddy about Foxy.
That sure was fun!
~ Freddy after killing the player in Special Delivery.
When you wake up, just remember: Friends are forever.
~ Freddy after killing the player in Special Delivery.
You did your best, and that's all that counts.
~ Freddy after killing the player in Special Delivery.
What's that you say? You didn't invite me? Too bad.
~ Freddy while hunting for the player in Special Delivery.
Now now, all that fear there isn't helping either of us.
~ Freddy while hunting for the player in Special Delivery.

About Freddy

Interestingly enough, Freddy himself doesn't come off stage very often. I heard he becomes a lot more active in the dark though, so, hey, I guess that's one more reason not to run out of power, right?
~ The Phone Guy about Freddy.
Uh, by now I'm sure you've noticed the older models sitting in the back room. Uh, those are from the previous location. We just use them for parts now. The idea at first was to repair them...uh, they even started retrofitting them with some of the newer technology, but they were just so ugly, you know? The smell...uh, so the company decided to go in a whole new direction and make them super kid-friendly. Uh, those older ones shouldn't be able to walk around, but if they do, the whole Freddy head trick should work on them too, so, whatever.
~ The Phone Guy about Withered Freddy, his friends, and the reason why the Toy Animatronics were made.
Small souls trapped in prisons of my making now set to new purpose and used in ways I never thought imaginable.
~ Henry Emily about Gabriel and other dead children.
Are they still...aware? I hope not. It keeps me awake at night.
~ Henry wondering if Gabriel is still aware.
He set some kind of trap. I don't know what it was, but he lead them there again. He overpowered them again. And he robbed them of the only thing that they had. Again.
~ Henry about Freddy and his friends being defeated by William.
I don't know how those tiny breaths of life came to inhabit those machines. But they will never find rest now. Not like this.
~ Henry about Gabriel and his friends.


† means that the character is deceased/destroyed (in case of animatronics) at the time of completion of any Five Nights at Freddy's games/novels. †? means that the character's fate is currently unclear or unknown.



Freddy has seventeen counterparts:

  1. Toy Freddy
  2. Phantom Freddy
  3. Golden Freddy
  4. Shadow Freddy
  5. Funtime Freddy
  6. Nightmare Freddy
  7. Fredbear
  8. Nightmare Fredbear
  9. Nightmare
  10. Molten Freddy
  11. Lefty
  12. Nedd Bear
  13. Twisted Freddy
  14. Rockstar Freddy
  15. Yenndo
  16. Dreadbear
  17. Freddy Frostbear
  18. Shamrock Freddy
  19. VR Toy Freddy
  20. Glamrock Freddy
  21. Firework Freddy
  22. Helpy


  • William Afton †? - Killer and cursed into Springtrap, may have now become Glitchtrap.
  • William Afton (Book Version) † - Alternate killer from the novels and the game, also cursed into Springtrap
  • Every night guard that worked in a Freddy Fazbear's Pizza.

Speculations about Freddy's true identity

Since the reveal of the final image of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza Simulator, it has been heavily speculated, but not confirmed, that the name of the child possessing Freddy Fazbear is Gabriel. Since the reveal of the final screen of the Lore-keeper ending in Freddy Fazbear's Pizza Simulator, that the child (based on the position of Freddy's head in the Good Ending of FNaF 3) possessing is heavily hinted to be Gabriel further supports this. In the Fourth Closet novel, the child that possessed Freddy was an unnamed boy.

In Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted during the end of the Pizza Party level, Glitchtrap lures the player to the backstage with a cake. After that, the player becomes Freddy and watches Glitchtrap as he dances to the song. It theorized that this was the moment the child was killed and stuffed inside Freddy. Since the cake has seven candles it, is theorized that the child was seven years old.


  • Freddy has been based from various sources:
    • He is most likely based on the Chuck E.Cheese animatronic mascot from the arcade/restaurant of the same name.
      • He could have been based on a creepypasta which tells about a Chuck E. Cheese employee who got nearly eaten by the mouse animatronic in his house. He managed to escape, and along with the police found at the backstage of the restaurant the bodies of four of the five teenagers who went missing prior to the story. However, the manager and Chuck E. Cheese were nowhere to be found.
  • It could be possible that he could appear as the main/central antagonist of the upcoming film adaption of the first game by Blumhouse Productions.
  • In the series, Freddy Fazbear has become less and less important as the new games are released. In the first game, he was the main antagonist, but with the present games, he is a supporting and/or posthumous one. Despite this, he remains as the overall mascot of the franchise.
    • As of Security Breach, this has technically changed however, as the Freddy of that game, Glamrock Freddy, is now one of the main protagonists.
  • Freddy's scream in the original game originates from the 1981 horror film Inseminoid.


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Mainline Games
Classic/Withered Animatronics
The Missing Children (Freddy Fazbear, Bonnie the Bunny, Chica the Chicken, Foxy the Pirate, and Golden Freddy) | The Puppet
Toy Animatronics
Toy Freddy | Toy Bonnie | Toy Chica | Mangle | Balloon Boy
Shadow Animatronics
Shadow Freddy | RWQFSFASXC
Phantom Animatronics
Phantom Freddy | Phantom Chica | Phantom Foxy | Phantom Mangle | Phantom Balloon Boy | Phantom Puppet
Nightmare Animatronics
Nightmare Freddy/Freddles | Nightmare Bonnie | Nightmare Chica | Nightmare Foxy | Nightmare Fredbear | Nightmare | Plushtrap | Nightmare Mangle | Nightmare Balloon Boy | Nightmarionne
Funtime Animatronics
Circus Baby | Ballora | Funtime Freddy and Bon-Bon | Funtime Foxy | Bidybabs | Minireenas | Ennard | Bonnet | Yenndo | Lolbit | Electrobab
Scrap Animatronics
Scraptrap | Scrap Baby | Molten Freddy
Mediocre Melodies
Happy Frog | Mr. Hippo | Pigpatch | Nedd Bear | Orville Elephant
Rockstar Animatronics
Rockstar Freddy | Rockstar Bonnie | Rockstar Chica | Rockstar Foxy | Lefty
Glamrock Animatronics
Montgomery Gator | Glamrock Chica | Roxanne Wolf | Daycare Attendant | Li'l Music Man | DJ Music Man | Glamrock Endoskeletons
Event-Based Animatronics
Jack-O-Bonnie | Jack-O-Chica | Dreadbear | Grimm Foxy | Freddy Frostbear
Springtrap/Burntrap | Bare Endo | 8-Bit Baby | Dee Dee | Music Man | The Blob
Afton Family
William Afton | Elizabeth Afton | The Brother
Charlotte Emily | The Brother's Friends | Vanessa | Orange Guy | Patient 46
Fazbear Entertainment | Afton Robotics, LLC | Fazbear Funtime Service
Toy Chica | The Fox | Mangle | The One You Should Not Have Killed | Glitchtrap | PlushBabies

Spin-Off Games
FNAF World
Scott Cawthon | Chipper | Security | Gold Endo | Chica's Magic Rainbow | Dee Dee
Freddy in Space 2
Security Breach: Fury's Rage
Poison Foxy | Thug Chica | Punk Mangle | Fire Girl | Trap | Marionette | Ice Freddy | Vanny | Dream Geist

Novel Trilogy
Classic Animatronics
Freddy Fazbear | Bonnie the Bunny | Chica the Chicken | Foxy the Pirate
Twisted Animatronics
Twisted Freddy | Twisted Bonnie | Twisted Foxy | Twisted Wolf
Funtime Animatronics
Circus Baby | Mangle | New Freddy | Baby Crawlers
Afton Family
William Afton | Elizabeth Afton

Fazbear Frights
Eleanor | Afton's Amalgamation | Funtime Freddy | Fetch | Plushtrap Chaser | Ballora | Foxy the Pirate | Chica the Chicken | Springtrap | The Puppet
Lonely Freddies | Minireenas | Funtime Foxy | Golden Freddy | Julius's Exoskeleton | Lucky Boy | Felix the Shark
Andrew | William Afton
Gerald | Julius | Myron | Dominic | Hudson | Lewis | Unnamed Drug Dealers
Glitchtrap | The Blackbird | Faz-Goo
Spring Bonnie | Ralpho | Shadow Bonnie | Sea Bonnies | Kids at Play

Fazbear Fanverse
One Night at Flumpty's | POPGOES

Disambiguation pages
Circus Baby | Freddy Fazbear | Purple Guy