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I always come back.
 
I’ve accepted the new life that you gave me. You’ve made me one with my creation. My name is Springtrap!
 
— Springtrap to Charlotte Emily and her friends, c. 1996

Spring Bonnie is a character from Five Nights at Freddy's 3, although they are never actually seen during the nights. They show up during the Night 5 minigame of FNAF 3, as well as the minigames of Five Nights at Freddy's 4. In FNAF 4, multiple different suits can be seen for Spring Bonnie.

Appearance

Spring Bonnie is a Golden animatronic Rabbit, seen with a purple bowtie and 2 black buttons on its chest. The belly appears to be a lighter yellow, while the snout's coloring is either light yellow or gold depending on where he is seen. In FNaF World, the buttons turn Purple.

In Into the Pit, another variation of Spring Bonnie is seen. Unlike other appearances, Spring Bonnie appears to have blue eyes. Overall, it appears more similar in design to the Glitching Springtrap image from The Freddy Files, potentially even being the same suit seen.

Story

Five Nights at Freddy's 3

Spring Bonnie themselves only appear in the Safe Room of Five Nights at Freddy's 3. They are also mentioned by Phone Guy, where their name is revealed.

Five Nights at Freddy's 4

Spring Bonnie appears in the minigame's restaurant, Fredbear's Family Diner.

They were eventually replaced with "Bonnie", a blue counterpart with a slight redesign, while Fredbear was replaced by Freddy Fazbear. It may be possible that they were referred to as "Bonnie" in his original locations, but were deemed "Spring Bonnie" as to avoid confusion. It is theorized that Spring Bonnie and Fredbear were decommissioned from an incident called "The Bite of 83", shown in the 4 minigames.

Into the Pit

Spring Bonnie is the main antagonist of Fazbear's Frights Book 1: Into the Pit.

For the most part, they are hardly mentioned. However, near the end of the book, when Oswald returns to Freddy's for one final time, Everybody is gone except for Springbonnie.

Oswald finds Spring Bonnie near a door, labeled as 'Private'. Spring Bonnie heads in, and Oswald follows behind him, with Spring Bonnie staring at him the entire time through the long corridor

Farther down the corridor, they reach a door labeled as a Party Room. When Oswald heads inside, six children can be seen dead, and Oswald runs away to avoid being next. Springbonnie is next seen reaching out of the ball pit, grabbing Oswald's father and dragging him into the pit, before then chasing Oswald. They then appears to take over the life of Oswald's dad, with only Oswald seeing their true form.

After Oswald returns to Jeff's Pizza, Spring Bonnie attacks him, trying to keep him away from the ball pit. After a bit of fighting, they end up hung, with Oswald getting his father out of the pit. Oswald's father makes a slight mention of the empty costume while leaving.

Gallery

Five Nights at Freddy's 3

Five Nights at Freddy’s 4

FNAF World

Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator

Help Wanted

Other

Trivia

  • Spring Bonnie was intended to appear in Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted, however they got scrapped after issues with the original logo containing a fan-design. Their textures still exist in the game's files.
  • It is unclear which Spring Bonnie suit was used by William Afton to murder the children. Help Wanted implies, however, that Glitchtrap was the one used to lure them back.
  • Strangely enough, despite being one of the most prominent characters in Five Night's at Freddy's, Spring Bonnie has never had an official model/ appearance in the game. (Not counting FNAF World, teasers and the minigames.)
  • According to the The Freddy Files: The Ultimate Edition, William Afton took pride in his low-effort performances when he wore the Spring Bonnie suit.

Springtrap is the main antagonist and only physical animatronic featured in Five Nights at Freddy's 3.It is the alias of William Afton, the main antagonist and serial murderer of the Five Nights at Freddy's story, is trapped inside Springtrap, having his body punctured by animatronic parts following a springlock failure in the Safe Room.

Appearance

The suit is an olive green with a forest green belly patch as well as the inside of the ears. The suit has several holes ranging from small to large in size. The teeth are mostly exposed, having a yellowish tint. The left side is the most decayed (or missing), showing part of the endoskeleton with a red wire poking out of the suit's ear, the right one is less decayed (missing) but the ear still shows some decay.

The face has multiple holes and a larger hole on the right side of the top of the head exposes the Purple Guy's rotten corpse's head inside. One red, black wire and two green wires are sticking out from the bottom of the large hole. The eyes are grey and look like human eyes the size of animatronic eyes, in front of the eyes are light grey circles.

The hands are mostly complete but the thumb and the first finger of the right hand are missing, showing the endoskeleton fingers, the left hand is mostly complete except for the second part of the ring finger that is missing.

Story

Five Nights At Freddy's 3

Springtrap is a withered, decayed Spring Bonnie suit, in which William Afton died, his soul becoming trapped.

Spring Bonnie was an animatronic functioning with "spring-locks", created alongside Fredbear, and one of the first animatronics created and used at a location in the FNaF storyline.

Spring Bonnie made its first debut in "Fredbear's Family Diner", the original location which lead to the creation of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza.

In the Night 5 mini-game in Five Nights at Freddy's 3 it is revealed that "Spring Bonnie" was used by William Afton to escape the spirits of the 5 murdered children. The lock mechanism falters as Afton laughs in the suit, as well as the fact that there were rain droplets dropping down through the roof, thus killing him slowly as his bleeding body slumps to the floor.

Sister Location

Springtrap appears in the Golden Freddy Mode cutscene. After Michael finishes his speech, Springtrap walks in for a second, outside of the burned down Fazbear's Fright before the screen goes black.

Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator

Springtrap, or as he's credited in the game, William Afton, is an antagonist and one of four salvageable animatronics in Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator. The player may choose to throw this animatronic away or try to salvage him for parts. Salvaging this animatronic will net a base profit of $1000. In this game, Springtrap (unlike FNaF 3) speaks.

Springtrap's old form reappears in Fruity Maze. Here he is pristine, and is being worn by Afton. He looms behind a girl, Susie, and promises to show her where her dog is.

Behavior

FNaF 3

Springtrap is the only true antagonist within this game. He will slowly approach the office, similar to the animatronics from the previous two games, but can also attempt to take the vents as shortcuts. Most often, he will try to immediately go through Camera 14, being his fastest way into the office.

There are only two ways to hold him off. On the camera system, there is an Audio button. Pressing this will play one of Balloon Boy's lines from the previous game, and attempt to lure Springtrap to it. He will only be able to hear it if he is in one of the adjacent cameras, and will not move if he is in a vent. If he is in a vent, you must instead go onto the Ventilation view in the system. Locate the vent, and double-click on it, which will shut it. This, however, has a small window of vulnerability, for the vents do not close right away.

Once arriving at the office, he will either wait outside the door to the left of the player, or directly attack from the vent. When in the doorway, he will not immediately attack the player; He can only attack when either the Camera or Repair systems are up, or when the player's vision is lost due to ventilation. He can additionally be lured back to Camera 01 using the audio, although this is as far back as he will go.

When a Ventilation error is in effect, Springtrap will create a fake clone of himself on the cameras. This will attempt to trick the player into thinking he's there, allowing him to close in. This fake Springtrap, sometimes deemed a Phantom Springtrap, will have no physical impact on gameplay, and is merely a hallucination. It will disappear after the Ventilation is fixed.

Ultimate Custom Night

He climbs around in the vent system, making his way toward the vent opening embedded in the wall in front of you. Track him by watching the vent monitor. He moves silently, so don't bother listening for him, but when he is poised to attack you will see his face looking back at you from the vent. Close the vent door on him to send him away.
The sound that plays after Springtrap's jumpscare.

Help Wanted

Springtrap reappears in a near perfect recreation of his original appearance. However, despite his model having lower quality, his AI is more polished; Rather than seemingly teleporting, he will walk from room to room, and can jumpscare the player without assistance from the Phantoms or Panels.

In addition to this, he appears within Ennard's blacklight level. His purpose is to slowly crawl towards the player in the second section, putting them on a time limit. As long as the player is fast, however, he is not much of a threat; His distance back, along with his slow movespeed, allows players to quickly deal with his threat before allowing him to get close.

Special Delivery

Springtrap returns within Special Delivery, generally being treated as the hardest fight in the game. Alongside the initial character mechanics of charging or haywiring, Springtrap's haywire has an upgrade; When his eyes are White, you must look at him rather than looking away. This makes him a much bigger threat, as you need to actually find his location and look instead of just looking away.

In addition to this, Springtrap tends to haywire far more frequently, being known to often chain up to five in a row. Players with slow reaction times may be unable to keep up.

Sounds

Springtrap's unique jumpscare sound in Special Delivery

Voice lines

Got you, HAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Hide if you want. It did not save the others. It will not save you.
I'M BACK.
I am here to claim what is left of you.

I can taste fear in your breath.
IT IS NOT YOUR FLESH THAT SUSTAINS ME. It is your fear.

It is time.

I WILL MAKE YOU SUFFER. Suffer like so many of the others.

Let's see how many times you can be pulled apart, and put back together again.

Sigh...

And now, you are Mine.

Suffer now, like all who have stood before me.

Your fear will consume you.

Your time is up.

You. Will. Fear. Me.

You will not be spared. You will not be saved.

Gallery

Teasers

FNaF 3

Help Wanted

Ingame

Five Nights at Freddy’s 3

FNaF world

Sister Location

Ultimate Custom Night

Help Wanted

Special Delivery

Fazbear Frights

Trivia

FNAF 3

  • A message hidden in a pre-release post (the double-lettered words spell it out) revealed the animatronic's name as Springtrap.
  • Out of all the animatronics in the entire Five Nights at Freddy's series, Springtrap appears to be the only one to not have a "starting point" as to which camera he can be initially viewed in during the beginning of each night he appears in before he starts moving.
  • It was confirmed by Scott that it was William Afton that was scared into putting on the Spring Bonnie suit, which caused him to get killed and trapped by the springlocks, creating Springtrap.
  • According to a hidden minigame that is found by tapping the Bonnie plush, Springtrap may have come from Fredbear's Family Diner, along with Fredbear.
  • Springtrap has five fingers on each hand, as opposed to the cartoonish four-fingered hands of the other animatronics. This is most likely because Springtrap's costume was (poorly) designed to fit a human inside.
  • In the mobile version, Springtrap can attack the player without closing the monitor. This will also happen with Phantom Chica.
  • The shot of Springtrap writhing about in the trailer could be William being crushed within the suit.
  • William's decayed mouth can be seen whenever Springtrap opens his mouth, foreshadowing a corpse being in the suit.
  • In one of the nights of "Five Nights at Freddy's 3," one of the tapes pertaining to Springtrap Bonnie, the Phone Guy states that "...the spring-Bonnie suit has been noticeably moved...", hence, giving the suit its "real" name of Spring-Bonnie.
  • A rare event can happen when starting a night, where 1 of 3 pictures can be seen. The first photo is of springtrap with his mouth open a bit. The second one is of him now pushing the upper jaw up to reveal William Afton's dead corpse inside. The third one is of William Afton, now pulling open the upper and lower jaw in an attempt to try and pull himself out. After one of the photos are shown, the night will start as normal.
  • An image of a glitching Springtrap can be seen in The Freddy Files. It appears to be similar to Scraptrap, but with the damage of Springtrap, likely being an in-between.
    • The glitching springtrap also appears to be similar to Into the Pit's version of Spring Bonnie.
      • This could imply that it's the same suit.
    • The Five Nights at Freddy's: Ultimate Guide later confirmed this was for In the Flesh, making it the first Fazbear Frights teaser
  • Springtrap is the only animatronic to change the second half of their name upon being damaged, rather than the first half.
    • Additionally, Springtrap is the only character who's damaged name is shorter than their fixed version.
  • Springtrap is the only animatronic to be the leader of two groups; The Phantoms, and the Twisteds.
    • On top of this, Springtrap is the only animatronic to not be part of any of the groups he leads.
  • Springtrap is the first instance of the main antagonist not being a version of Freddy, with the second being Circus Baby and third being Glitchtrap.

Sister Location

  • Prior to the game's release, a major theory had started after he was found being reflected off of Circus Baby's nose.

Special Delivery

  • Of Springtrap's lines, two of them are shared with Nightmare in Ultimate Custom Night.
    • These are "You will not be spared. You will not be saved." and "I am here to claim what is left of you."
    • Some of his other lines are paraphrased versions of Nightmare and Nightmare Fredbear's lines.
  • Springtrap is the only character within the original Launch Cast to feature unique haywire mechanics.
  • When Springtrap's jaw moves, the jaw of his corpse moves along with him, rather than remaining static like previous games.

Scraptrap, also known as Afton by Ultimate Custom Night, appears in Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator. He is possessed by William Afton and is the main antagonist.

Biography

Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator

After escaping the Fazbear's Fright fire, he changes his suit, perhaps from a different Spring Bonnie suit, and goes to the new Pizzeria, claiming not to have been fooled by the ruse but was curious.

Scraptrap ends up in the Back Alley and Michael Afton salvages him on Tuesday, earning $1000. After the salvage, Springtrap then says

What a deceptive calling. I knew it was a lie the moment I heard it, Obviously. But it is intriguing, none of the less.
 
— Scraptrap

From the Wednesday onwards, Scraptrap hunts Michael in the vents, trying to kill him to get to the children in the pizzeria. Mike lures him and the others with sounds of children while ordering supplies.

During the Completion Ending, he burns with the rest of the haunted animatronics. During the ending monologue, Cassette Man refers to him as an old friend. Henry tells him that the darkest pit of hell has opened for him and to not keep the devil waiting.

Ultimate Custom Night

William will appear once per night and only attacks from the side vent, a sound in the vent and the lights will begin to flicker, you have a short amount of time to close the side vent before you are jumpscared, there is a chance to survive a night without encountering Afton with him on, his chance to appear rises the higher level he is.
 
— Character description

Appearance

His appearance has changed drastically since his time in Fazbear's Fright. His face is completely different. He now has more torn patches in his suit and has lost his left arm up to the elbow, half his left ear, and the rest of his right ear. Inside the suit, William Afton's body, now mostly skeletal can be seen with part of his brain visible through the skull as well as five bony fingers as his right hand. The Animatronic's eyes have further sunken into his skull, presumably replacing the human eye entirely at this point. Fleshy veins and muscle can be seem dangling out of various limbs and inside the torso of the animatronic.

As an almost unnoticeable continuity error, the animatronic feet now have fabric over them in FFPS as opposed to bare metal in Five Nights at Freddy's 3. The new feet have three large, round toes each.

Voice Lines

What a deceptive calling. I knew it was a lie the moment I heard it, obviously, but it is intriguing nonetheless.
 
— William
You may not recognize me at first, but I assure you, it's still me.
 
— William
Fascinating, what they have become.
 
— William
How can I resist, a promise such as this?
 
— William
I always come back!
 
— William
Bittersweet, but fitting.
 
— William
That was easier than I thought it would be.
 
— William

Sounds

Scraptrap's jumpscare sound
The unique audio from Scraptrap's salvage, which is also his heartbeat

Trivia

  • Scraptrap is voiced by PJ Heywood
  • Some people believed him to be Golden Freddy because he has some spots that aren't withered.
  • If you look at Springtrap's head inside of him, you can see that the head has sharp teeth.
  • His eyes are different than in FNaF 3.
  • Springtrap only has 2 teeth rather than having 6 like the FNAF 3 Springtrap.
  • The difference in design can be explained as Afton patching himself up with a different Spring Bonnie suit, as a head similar to the FNaF 6 Springtrap appears in the FNaF 4 minigames.
  • Scraptrap is an unofficial name, coined by fans.
    • The name isn't copyrighted.

Gallery

Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria Simulator

Ultimate Custom Night

Toxic Springtrap 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 Springtrap.

Appearance

Toxic Springtrap has a more purplish recolor; The majority of his suit has been taken over by various toxic bubbles/spores, and he has purple goop spreading across him. Small bits of his original colors are visible.

Special Delivery

Trivia

  • Toxic Springtrap appears to be similar to the Purple Guy animatronic hoax from Five Nights at Freddy's 3.

Flaming Springtrap is a skin in Five Nights at Freddy's: Special Delivery, introduced in the Sizzling Summer Event. As he is a skin, his mechanics are identical to Springtrap.

Appearance

Flaming Springtrap's suit is an obsidian black, only interrupted by the raging inferno around him. His endoskeleton appears to resemble molten lava, similar to the Jack-O Animatronic's endoskeletons.

Special Delivery

Trivia

  • Flaming Springtrap's design resembles that of a Jack-o-Springtrap
  • Despite his event being a Fire-themed event, Flaming Springtrap is the only one actually on fire.
    • Broiler Baby's flame was contained in her chest, Endo has a flamethrower, and Scorched Chica had already burnt to a crisp.

Clown Springtrap 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 Springtrap.

Appearance

Springtrap's suit has become a white color, complete with a red nose. His right eyelid has been turned blue, while the left became a dark purple. There are also patches of purple hair around his ears.

Springtrap's new outfit appears a bit too big to him. On his chest, he's wearing a red Clown vest, complete with a purple inside making room for his red bowtie. There also appears to be a pocket next to his right arm.

Underneath the vest, he's wearing a gray shirt, which is darker on the sleeves. The gray shirt also has red puffed out sleeves on his forearms.

On either side of his bowtie, there are two yellowish orange buttons. Lower down, there's also two pink ones, one covering the split between red and purple, the other on his metal belt. There is also a flower right above his pocket

Covering his legs is some gray pants, albeit ripped. On his feet, he's wearing clown shoes, in a white/purple/red pattern. He's also holding a hammer.

Trivia

  • The flesh appears to have been removed at first glance; However, looking at the model itself, it's just endoskeleton textured.
  • Springtrap's jaw appears to be connected to his head, unlike his base counterpart.
  • Springtrap is the first animatronic to have 3 skins.
  • During his haywire, you need to look really close; The only visible difference in eye color is the glow.
  • He is the first variation of Springtrap to be holding something.

The Curse is a skin-like character, found within the Special Delivery Ancient Equinox event. He was introduced alongside Serpent Mangle on March 5th, 2021. As his basis is Springtrap, he takes on Springtrap's mechanic and voice lines.

Appearance

To be added

Trivia

  • As he is listed under Springtrap, he is Springtrap's fourth skin.
    • This makes Springtrap the first character to have four skins.
  • Similarly to the Dark Love Duo, he was released alongside a second skin, being Serpent Mangle.
    • This makes him tied for the second skin released in a pair.
  • His skin-like status makes him the first skin not to include the base character's name.
  • Curse has the shortest lure name of any character, excluding Chica.
    • His lure is the shortest of all Skin-type characters.

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Burntrap is a character in Security Breach, featuring his own exclusive ending in the game. Burntrap only appears underneath Freddy Fazbear's Pizza Place, alongside Blob.

Appearance

Burntrap's appearance is similar to that of Springtrap and Scraptrap, but far more deformed and destroyed.

Story

To be added.

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