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Foxy the Pirate (also known as Foxy or the character in Pirate Cove) is a unique enemy in Five Nights at Freddy's.

Behavior

Five Nights at Freddy's

Foxy is unique in the way that he will emerge from Pirate Cove faster or slower depending on how often the player has the camera open[1]. If the player opens the camera too little he will emerge faster, until he has left the cove. He runs down the West Hall and to the Office. Once he reaches the door, he will knock loudly and reduce the power by 1%. The amount of power Foxy takes increases each attack by 5%; starting at 1% then 6%, 11%, 16% and so on. After his attack he immediately resets to a random position within Pirate Cove.

Five Nights at Freddy's 3

Foxy's head can be seen in CAM 04 in Fazbear's Fright.

Foxy only appears in the minigames. On Night 4, he is lured to the Safe Room by Shadow Freddy, and is then dismantled by William Afton. However, on Night 5 the soul inhabiting him blocks the exit with the others to prevent William from escaping. A child with Foxy's mask is seen getting freed in Happiest Day.

Ultimate Custom Night

He inhabits Pirate's Cove along with Bonnie, and while you shouldn't view Pirate's Cove when Bonnie is active, it's a necessity when Foxy is. Foxy will gradually make his exit if you don't check on him regularly, and once he's out, there's no way to make him go back. He also has a new trick up his sleeve to get into your office: he gets in piece by piece. He will find any vulnerability in your office and slip in chunks of himself (arms, legs, head, torso) through any open vent or open door, until all of his fragments are inside. Once there, he will wait for you to pull up your monitor before putting himself back together and jumpscaring you.
 
— Character description.

It should be noted that Foxy is vulnerable to the Death Coin.

Appearance

Five Nights at Freddy's

Foxy the pirate is a maroonish color, and he wears an eyepatch on his face and a hook on his right arm. Foxy has a little bit of his feet and leg endoskeleton showing as well as his torso he also has pale short.

Sounds

Foxy's jumpscare sound, prior to Special Delivery.

Foxy's jumpscare sound in Special Delivery

The sound that plays when Foxy is dismantled by William.

Voice Lines

Ultimate Custom Night

Yar-har-har-har-har! Never underestimate the cunning of a pirate. Or a fox for that matter!
 
— Foxy
Argh, ya never stood a chance!
 
— Foxy
Argh, I came for ye booty! ...That be treasure, y'know.
 
— Foxy
I can't run like I used to, but I can pull myself apart just fine!
 
— Foxy
Arr, so much more spacious in here! I may stay a while.
 
— Foxy

Special Delivery

Various laugh tracks

You're stuck to the ground like a barnacle on the ship aren't ya?

Avast ye, yer time is just about to run out.

What's wrong, am I too fast for ya?

I've gotcha now!

Yarharharharhar

Dead men do indeed tell no tales Aharhar!

I should warn ya, There be no quarter for ya.

Not long yet, before ye will be feeding the fishes.

Pretty soon, you'll be walking the plank.

Argh, you scared yet?

Me hook is getting mighty hungry, yar ha ha har!

Watch out for the hook, unless ye be wanting to gout your eye!

Ahoy! It's time that ye should be properly afraid.

HERE I COME!

Ready to dance the dead man's jig?

Aaargh! Ye scurvey landlubber, never stood a chance.

Me bird's keeping an eye on ya.
 
— Foxy references his bird, however he doesn't actually have one

YER TIME'S ALMOST OUT!

The sands of time are almost gone for you.

RAGGHHH

Shall we party? Hahahahar! Just kidding.

Good thing for me, that ye were no ninja

Gallery

Five Nights at Freddy's

Help Wanted

Special Delivery

Trivia

  • Foxy's purpose in the game is to make sure the player frequently checks the video feed. This is meant to keep the player immersed in the horror of the game instead of exploiting the game's mechanic and simply camping out in the office, only closing the doors when they see an enemy approach.
  • He is the only animatronic to be seen running or walking.
  • Like Bonnie, despite the name, Foxy is a male, according to the creator.[citation needed]
  • Foxy's fifth line from Special Delivery, with the right haywire timing, can sometimes sound like he's saying "What's wrong, am I too fat?"
  • Six of Foxy's lines in Special Delivery are laugh tracks
    • On top of this, a few of his lines are the same dialogue, just a different tone.
  • In the AR game, one of his lines reference his bird, despite him not having one.
    • However, the bird later appeared within Help Wanted's Curse of Dreadbear DLC.
  • Foxy is actually the tallest animatronic in the first game.

Glitches

Five Nights at Freddy's

  • With the right timing, Foxy is able to glitch the game, putting the player in a strange state. If the light is turned on the frame he arrives, Foxy's jumpscare plays, but instead of triggering a Game Over, He will instead stay there for the entire night. The player cannot open the cameras or close the doors, and none of the other animatronics can attack.
  • On the Console edition, when looking at the West Hall, if the player closes the camera as Foxy runs down, The game will sometimes softlock; The door controls load, but the background remains on the camera the player was watching.

Special Delivery

  • During his workshop animation, The joint to move his right arm is glitched. When he raises his arm, The wires connecting it to the Endoskeleton Spine clip into him.
    • While harder to notice, this also impacts his skins, albeit in a different way.
  • Foxy is able to interrupt his own voice lines during haywire.
    • This is best shown in the "What's wrong, am I too fat?" glitched line, a direct result of this bug.

Inconsistencies

  • Foxy's jumpscare in the first game uses an outdated version of the Office, complete with reflective monitors.
  • In Help Wanted, Foxy uses a different jumpscare sound.
    • His jumpscare sound is higher pitched and sped up, and is shared with Plushtrap and Nightmare Balloon Boy.

References

Withered Foxy (also fully known as Foxy the Pirate Fox) is an animatronic fox and an antagonist in Five Nights at Freddy's 2.

Behavior

Foxy's behavior in the second game differs greatly from the first. He can be first seen in the Parts/Service room, before heading to the hallway outside the Office, and will attempt to attack the guard from and there on out. Foxy cannot be countered by the Freddy head, leaving the flashlight as the only source of refuge from Foxy's attack. To make him return to Parts/Service, you must flash the light at him a few times while he is outside The Office in the hallway. After this process, you must raise and lower the monitor and Foxy will no longer be in the hallway. You can get rid of him just by shining the light, but you'll use more time and power in the process. Phone Guy explains this as "stunning him" and he'll go back to the Parts/Service room to repeat the cycle. If Balloon Boy enters the office, you will not be able to use the flashlight to ward off Foxy, thus will be left vulnerable to Foxy's attacks.

Appearance

Foxy's costume has become even more tattered in this game, with the fabric of his left ear and left hand being torn off completely, revealing the metal endoskeleton parts underneath.


The sides of his face and chin are now much more pointed. The fabric on his lower torso has been ripped to the point it looks like its almost completely missing. Like Withered Chica, Foxy now has three toes instead of two toes from the first game.

Function

Foxy's function in the second game is to make you shine the light on him or to pay attention to him.

Sounds

Withered Foxy's jumpscare sound.

Trivia

  • Flashing Foxy 5+ times with the flashlight will usually drive him off. On later nights, such as night 5 or 6, flash him as many times as possible to be safe
  • Foxy can appear on custom nights even with his AI set to 0. This is because his AI is bugged.

Errors

  • For unknown reasons, Withered Foxy's eyes are Green in two different games.
    • This error was actually fixed in both Adventure Withered Foxy and Help Wanted, despite Foxy.exe bringing it back.

Gallery

Five Nights at Freddy's 2

Help Wanted

Phantom Foxy is a phantom animatronic in Five Nights at Freddy's 3. Before jumpscaring the player, he can be seen standing in front of the box in the office that contains all the animatronic parts. He then jumps at the player and screams, causing errors to the ventilation and other things such as audio or visual

Appearance

Phantom Foxy has burn marks all over his body possibly foreshadowing the burning of the attraction. His left arm has an animatronic hand with 3 visible fingers. However, part of his right arm is missing up to the elbow part.

His eyepatch covers his right eye, but his left eye now has a white glowing ring surrounding his white pin pricked irises. His endoskeleton teeth and his suit teeth are both visible. On his left ear, damage is visible. A lot of endoskeleton is visible, such as on his feet and legs, and part of his right arm also on where his ribs and diaphragm should be is also now visible.

Behavior

FNaF 3

Rather than having a audible or visual cue to his appearance, Phantom Foxy appears in the Office at random. He stands front of the box of parts and, if the player is unable to lower the Monitor in time, lunges at the Guard, disabling the Ventilation System. As the week goes on he gets more aggressive and will appear more often.

Help Wanted

to be added

Trivia

  • Phantom Foxy's jumpscare is almost exactly the same from the second game as it is in the third.
  • Phantom Foxy is the only animatronic in the game not to appear in any other place but his jumpscare place.
  • Phantom Foxy has lost one finger on his hand.
  • Some speculate that Foxy may be standing in front of the box of parts to retrieve his right arm, which is hanging out.
  • Phantom Foxy, along with Phantom Freddy, is from Five Nights at Freddy's 2. Unlike Phantom Chica, who's design is from Five Nights at Freddy's.
    • However, this was actually undone within Help Wanted's FNAF 3 mode. Both Freddy and Foxy use their original models, possibly due to Phantom Chica's exclusion.

Inconsistencies

  • On the PC version of the game, Phantom Foxy was unable to appear when rebooting systems. However, in the original Mobile port of the game, he was able to appear regardless.

Nightmare Foxy is an animatronic in the game Five Nights at Freddy's 4. He is the nightmarish incarnation of Foxy.

Behavior

FNAF 4

Nightmare Foxy becomes active on Night 2 and starts out in the East Hall. If you look at the side Nightmare Foxy is on, he will be repelled. If you allow Nightmare Foxy to enter your room, he will enter the Closet.

Nightmare Foxy appears in the closet, sometimes he will scream while poking his head out. When that happens, quickly close the closet door and flash the light.

When Nightmare Foxy is in the closet, he starts out as a Foxy plushie, before being replaced by the animatronic standing up. After this, he then enters a crouching position, before peeking out. You have to shut the door for as long as it takes to turn him back into a plushie.

FNAF World

To be added

Help Wanted

To be added

Sounds

Gallery

Trivia

  • Despite having a long snake-like tongue in his teaser, he does not sport a tongue like this during gameplay.
  • Nightmare Foxy, along with Nightmare Fredbear, are the only two animatronics to have a "Making" in the Extras Menu in FNaF 4.

Grimm Foxy is an antagonist of Help Wanted's DLC, Curse of Dreadbear. While he has very limited appearances, his dedicated level, Corn Maze, contains a small bit of lore in the form of Vanny's mask.

Appearance

In terms of appearance, Grimm Foxy looks very similar to Nightmare Foxy. However, his color palette is more in line with Jack-o-Bonnie and Jack-o-Chica. His endoskeleton takes on the appearance of lava, with a bright glow coming from within. His hook has been replaced with a Scythe, and he's been given shoulder pads that jut out like tree branches.

Ingame

In the game, Grimm Foxy appears in three levels, along with the Game Over screen.

Night 02

In this mode, he appears in Pirate's Cove with the same general mechanics as Foxy from FNAF 1 mode. The difference, however, is that you have to flash him to keep him in the cove.

Night 03

The only difference between this and Night 02 is aggression. Grimm Foxy gets more aggressive, and harder to watch out for.

Corn Maze

Grimm Foxy is the Only threat in this level. He will roam around the map, searching. You'll be able to see his location through the glow coming off of him. If he sees you, the only way to escape is to hide behind some of the props, where he will aimlessly run past from the side. You must also be careful of various crows around the map, as going too close will alert Grimm Foxy to your location.

In order to beat this level, you must collect one of the keys and make it back to the gate. Note that Grimm Foxy respawns to a new location every time you grab a key, and can in fact spawn right behind the player in certain spots, so it's recommended to take care.

Collecting the 4 keys will spawn a secret 5th key, and collecting the 5th key will open the Basement door, unlocking Vanny's mask

Trivia

  • Grimm Foxy's glow in the files shows up Purple instead of the intended orange. This may be to map the glowing effect easier.
  • Grimm Foxy's design resembles a Jack-o-Foxy type character.
    • Because of this, many fans have mistaken this to be his name.
    • Originally, Grimm Foxy was actually going to be named Jack-o-Foxy. Like Dreadbear, he was renamed before release.
      • Unlike Dreadbear, however, there are remnants from this original name.

Rockstar Foxy is a Rockstar Animatronic and the FNaF 6 version of Foxy, costing 2500 dollars in Smile and Servo's Inc.

Ultimate Custom Night

His parrot will occasionally fly through your office, and if you're able to click on it before it gets away then Rockstar Foxy will appear in your office. While the other Foxies are here only to torment you, Rockstar Foxy isn't quite as hostile. In fact, he will probably offer a few interesting boosts to help you get through the night, such as increasing your power meter, restoring the temperature to a cool 60 degrees, or soundproofing your office for five seconds. However, choosing to summon Rockstar Foxy isn't without risk. If you catch him in a bad mood, he may just greet you with a jumpscare and end your run.
 
— Character description.

Voice Lines

Yarr! What can I do for ya?
 
— Rockstar Foxy
Yargh! How may I be of service to ya?
 
— Rockstar Foxy
Yarr! Who touched me bird?
 
— Rockstar Foxy
Yarr! Me bird likes ya, so I'll do ye a favor.
 
— Rockstar Foxy
Yarr! Ye win some, ye lose some!
 
— Rockstar Foxy
Yargh! Ye play with fire an' sometimes ye get burned!
 
— Rockstar Foxy

Sounds

Rockstar Foxy's jumpscare sound.

Gallery

Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator

Ultimate Custom Night

Trivia

  • Rockstar Foxy is the first animatronic to directly help the player.
    • Despite this, he still has a jumpscare.
    • He is also the first Foxy variation seen with a mini-Animatronic, being the Parrot.
      • However, it should be noted that the original Foxy also had one at some point.
      • He also bases whether he's helpful or not off of what the parrot thinks, seeming to imply a mental connection between them.
  • Rockstar Foxy's voice actor has actually provided a name for his parrot, being Patchy.
  • He is the only Rockstar animatronic without cheeks.

Radioactive Foxy is a skin in Five Nights at Freddy's: Special Delivery, introduced in the Wasteland Event. As he is a skin, his mechanics are identical to Foxy.

Appearance

Radioactive Foxy is a green variation of Foxy the Pirate; His suit is transparent, emitting a yellow glow from within. On his right hand, he has two separate hooks, while his right eye is uncovered but pitch black.

Errors

  • During his Workshop animation, the wires connecting his arms to his endoskeletal spine clip into him.
    • This is less noticeable than other skins.

Trivia

  • Radioactive Foxy is the only animatronic to have a transparent suit.
    • Paired with modeled endoskeleton, he is a great example of how the Endoskeletons fit inside of the classic models
    • Virtua-Freddy, a wireframe version of Adventure Freddy, also shares this trait.

Ringmaster Foxy is a skin in Five Nights at Freddy's: Special Delivery, introduced in the Dark Circus event. As he is a skin, his mechanics are identical to Foxy. Unlike all of the other Foxy animatronics, he's also not a Pirate.

Appearance

Ringmaster Foxy is similar to Foxy the Pirate, sporting exposed endoskeleton legs. Where he differs, however, is that his red fur has turned into a ghost white; On his head is a tophat, sporting red, dark gray, light gray, and gold colors.

His brown shorts have turned black, with red lines in a pattern going around them. On his chest, there appears to be a pattern, however what the pattern is exactly is hard to tell due to the rip in the middle of it. He's also wearing a red jacket, with similar colors to his tophat, with a gold chain connecting the sides. The inside is a dark gray, with a yellow pattern on it. He also appears to be wearing a chain belt, with some skulls and gold keys hanging off of it.

Rather than a hook like most Foxy animatronics, his right hand has been replaced with a whip. His right eye is also entirely missing, without an eye patch to cover it.

Gallery

To be added

Errors

  • During his workshop animation, the wires connecting his right arm to his spine warp.
    • The model disconnects, causing the mesh to stretch outwards.
  • When running at the player, it is sometimes possible to see through his right eye socket.

Trivia

  • Ringmaster Foxy is the first Leading fox in the series
  • Ringmaster Foxy is the only Foxy animatronic without a Pirate theme
    • Funtime Foxy is included, as despite not having a pirate appearance, his full name is Foxy the Pirate(Funtime Version)
    • He is also the first Foxy animatronic with a hat, the second being Magician Mangle.
  • Ringmaster Foxy was leaked a few hours before release, alongside files for Funtime Freddy.
  • His base white color is similar to that of the remains of Help Wanted's Blacklight Foxy.
  • Ringmaster Foxy has some unique voice lines to go with his new Ringmaster theme.
    • Despite this Foxy not being a pirate, most of the lines are pirate themed.
    • It should be noted that he is the only skin with unique lines.

Voice lines

Audio to be added

Yarhar har! I'm the ringmaster.
I may not have a hook, but you’ll still be dead once ya found out what I'm about to do ta ya
Your heavier than an elephant yarharHAR

Big Bad Foxy is a skin in Five Nights at Freddy's AR: Special Delivery, introduced within the Scary Tales event on April 22nd, 2021. While he is a skin, he has a slight twist applied to him: within encounters, he takes on the Grandma Foxy skin appearance. However, he still shares Foxy's mechanic.

Appearance

Big Bad Foxy

Big Bad Foxy is a large red fox. Compared to the original Foxy, his colors are saturated and darker, with a lighter area around his eyes and cheek tufts. His body appears more plastic, closer resembling the Help Wanted model, although he remains mostly intact as well. The area around his eyes are more emphasized, with the area sticking out.

His body is also covered in gray fur. Above his eyes is light gray fur in the shape of eyebrows, giving him a permanent angered expression. His nose has two small nostrils, while his left hand and feet have a fur covering. Yellow-tinted claws are sticking out, giving him an additional edge of danger. One of his claws are chipped, seeming to imply that he had used it on something. He also has a tail sticking out.

Grandma Foxy

The Grandma disguise take the base model of Big Bad Foxy, providing modifications. Broken glasses sit on his snout, a piece of the frame chipped off. A light ice blue hat is on his head, and wearing a blue nightgown. The nightgown has rips all over it, with lighter dots speckled throughout, and blue frills ending with a lighter blue around his neck.

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Trivia

  • Big Bad Foxy, alongside Grandma Foxy, appears to actually use a model from Help Wanted.
  • For some reason, Grandma Foxy actually has brighter colors than Big Bad Foxy, despite sharing the same base model.
  • The only part of Foxy that remains unchanged is his hook.
  • Strangely, Big Bad Foxy doesn't speak at all.

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