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The Missing Children, sometimes referred to as the MCI Victims, are the children that William Afton abducted and murdered during the Missing Children's Incident. We have the names of Gabriel, Jeremy, Susie, Fritz, and Cassidy. In Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator the sixth, unknown child in Five Nights at Freddy's 2 is confirmed to be Charlotte Emily, the daughter of his business partner Henry Emily.

He dressed up as Spring-Bonnie to gain their trust, and would then invite them to follow him away from their parents, leading them to the Parts and Service spare room. Once he had them locked inside, he would kill them violently and stuff their bodies inside of the animatronic mascots. This went unnoticed by police officers, as it is stated nobody is allowed to touch the suits.

MCI Victims

General Information

The victims of the MCI, properly known as the Missing Children Incident, are all the murder victims of William Afton. The main five children in question were kidnapped from their parents whilst they were in Freddy Fazbear's Pizza in 1983/1985 and, upon being murdered by William, they were promptly stuffed into the animatronic mascots. Their souls became attached to the core animatronic crew of Freddy, Bonnie, Foxy, Chica, and Golden Freddy, which they use to hunt down the player, whom they assume was the man who murdered them. William would eventually return to the diner and destroy all of the animatronics, but would be cornered by Cassidy, who is the soul inside of Golden Freddy. As most people know, William tried to hide inside of a Springlock Suit. It is presumed he did this as it was the same suit he used to murder them, attempting to remind them of their pain and scare them away. When this didn't work, a droplet of water landed inside the suit, activating it and crushing him to death.

Due to their hatred for William, and refusal to let him die, Cassidy was partially if not completely responsible for William's return as Glitchtrap/Burntrap in an effort to themself with the help of Old Man Consequences, Cassidy as the Princess of Princess Quest was able to save Vanessa from Glitchtrap's control.

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Trivia

  • Prior to Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator, Charlotte Emily was believed to be a part of the group as well.
  • While not directly stated, the identities of the four named in the Lorekeeper Ending are confirmed through looking back at the third game.
    • Each name lines up with the head of their respective animatronic in the two endings.
    • In addition: The distance from the camera appears to line up with the order the children died in. The farthest grave, way in the back, is believed to be Charlie, with Susie the next one.
      • If this was to be true, the exact order of deaths in the Missing Children Incident world end up as: Susie, Fritz, Gabriel, Jeremy, and then finally Cassidy.

Gabriel is one of the victims of William Afton, and the soul within Freddy.

Appearance

Although nothing is shown for the games, artwork has been shown for the book appearance.

Book trilogy

In the Graphic novel, Gabriel is shown with darker skin, a yellow, long sleeve shirt with an orange collar, and bushy brown hair.

William's strategy

Nothing is currently known about William's strategy, outside of the shared method in The Silver Eyes.

Book Trilogy

Silver Eyes method

William Afton, within what is implied to be the Spring Bonnie suit, had approached the five children - Susie, Fritz, Gabriel, Cassidy, and Michael - and had lured them into a back room. Back there, he had slaughtered all five, before stuffing them into the mascot suits.

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Trivia

  • Due to not being named in the original books, Gabriel was among the few to make his book series debut in the graphic novels.
  • Though unconfirmed, it is thought that Gabriel's death is represented through the Pizza Party minigame.
  • A girl with a similar name, Gabrielle, was seen in Into the Pit.
    • It should be noted that another girl, Gabriella, appeared within The New Kid.
  • It should be noted that, within the Charlie trilogy, Gabriel is the only one to not be mentioned by name.
  • Within the Lorekeeper ending for Pizzeria Simulator, him and Jeremy share the same font on their gravestones.
  • In the group art for the books, Gabriel appears to be in the darkest corner of the drawing, changing the colors slightly.
    • Based on how Cassidy appears, the lighting appears to be more of a dark pink, slightly offsetting the colors
  • Based on where he's located in the Lorekeeper ending, he appears to be the third to die from the MCI.
    • This would make him William's fourth victim overall
  • In the graphic novels, Gabriel is the only one of the MCI kids with a unique skin color
    • Whether this carries over into the games, however, is entirely unclear.

Jeremy is one of William's victims, and the boy who possesses the original Bonnie.

Appearance

Currently, he has no confirmed appearance.

William's strategy

William dressed up as Spring-Bonnie and lured him into a backroom, before murdering him.

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Trivia

  • Jeremy is the only one of the original MCI victims to be absent from the Book trilogy.
    • Due to this, Jeremy ended up as the only one without any official design upon the release of the Fourth Closet's graphic novel
  • He is one of the two souls to share a name with another character, the other being Fritz.
    • However, he is the only soul to share a name with Two other characters.
      • Said characters are Jeremy Fitzgerald, alongside sharing a name with the Jeremy from Help Wanted.
        • It is likely that him sharing a name with Fitzgerald is a coincidence.
        • It should be noted that both Jeremy (MCI) and Jeremy (Help Wanted) lost their face at some point in time due to William's actions, likely a coincidence in universe and a call-back by the developers out of universe.
  • Due to the lack of appearances, it is possible that he is Scott's least favorite of William's victims.
    • This is, however, just speculation, as no official word has been given.
    • If true, This could be attributed to the fact that Bonnie is considered to be the scariest animatronic by Scott.

Susie is the soul within Chica and Funtime Foxy (Books), as well as one of the victims of William.

Appearance

Games & Book Trilogy

Within the Games and Books, Susie is shown as a young girl with blonde hair, alongside bright blue eyes. In her hair is a red bow, while she appears wearing a purpleish-magenta dress, with a white band separating the top and bottom halves and short sleeves. Her shirt has a white collar, complete with a white bowtie on the front. She also has black shoes with white socks. Based on her artwork in Pizzeria Simulator, her nose and mouth appear smaller than average, although this detail is not seen in the Fourth Closet.

Fazbear Frights

Although her appearance is not mentioned in full detail, she is described to have light brown hair, alongside brown eyes that were wide open. She is also described as having a smaller mouth and nose, similar to in the games.

In the unused story artwork, she was given yet another different design. In this artwork, she was shown with blonde hair like the games, but features her with long braids, a light blue shirt with darker blue pants. She is also shown wearing red shoes.

William's strategy

Games

William murdered Susie's dog and used it as bait to lure her into a backroom. Once he had caught her, he did the same to her as he did to all the others, mutilating and murdering her.

Book Trilogy

Although the way William lured her back is known in both The Silver Eyes and The Fourth Closet, Due to Continuity errors it is unclear exactly which one is canon.

Silver Eyes method

William, within what is implied to be the Golden Freddy suit, had approached the five children - Susie, Fritz, Gabriel, Cassidy, and Michael - and had lured them into the back. Back there, he had slaughtered all five, before stuffing them into the suits.

Fourth Closet method

Within the Fourth Closet, Susie got a unique lure method. Rather than what was previously established, Susie had been lured back by Spring Bonnie under the promise that he knew where Susie's puppy was. However, rather than bringing her to her puppy, he had murdered her, and stuffed her into the Chica suit.

Fazbear Frights

Currently, this is unknown.

Personality

Games

Although her personality isn't disclosed, it's implied that she's rather curious and innocent.

Book Trilogy

Currently, nothing is known about her personality, outside of her attachment to her puppy.

Fazbear Frights

Susie is depicted as innocent, caring, and carefree, alongside mischievous.

Through dialogue, she had been shown to have cared for a tree in her yard, which she named Oliver, to where she had given him a scarf to wear during the winter. Later, she is shown to not even realize that she died, instead staying with her family during the day.

Her mischievous side, however, is revealed as well, where she had hid a doll from her sister not long before her death.

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Trivia

  • Though unconfirmed, she is theorized to be Scott's favorite of the MCI victims.
    • This is due to her being the first one to get a full design, alongside having a full on Fazbear Frights story
      • She also has the most designs of the MCI kids, with three separate designs appearing in official media.
    • Further supporting this is her added detail, being the only MCI victim confirmed to have a pet or sibling.
  • Susie is the only one of the Missing Children to have official artwork in any of the games, being seen in Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator
    • She is also the only victim who's method of being lured is shown.
      • In addition to how it was shown, a direct parallel to her is seen in Ultimate Custom Night, where Toy Chica lures Twisted Wolf to her house with his dog.
        • However, if these cutscenes were used as parallels to the missing children and Charlie, this would show William's strategies for the rest as well.
  • Her and Fritz are the only missing children mentioned by name in both the Games and the Book Trilogy.
  • She is the only one of the MCI victims to have been seen in control of a Funtime, seen in The Fourth Closet.
    • In this case, though, it's likely exclusive to the Fourth Closet.
  • It is directly confirmed through Ultimate Custom Night that she was the first of the MCI victims.
    • However, it should be noted that while not part of the incident, Charlotte Emily was killed before her.
  • Within Coming Home, it is mentioned that she was often called cute.
  • Though not confirmed to be her, the sprite in Fruity Maze is believed to be based off of her appearance.

Fritz is one of the victims of the Missing Children's Incident, as well as the soul within Foxy.

Appearance

Games universe

Fritz's design is as-of-yet unrevealed. However, it is likely that it lines up with that of the book trilogy.

Book trilogy

Fritz is a pale young boy, with short, dirty blonde hair. He is shown wearing a red and white striped shirt, with dark tan shorts. His shoes are the same color as his shorts, while he also has white socks. He is also a bit shorter than both Gabriel and Cassidy. While the original books reveal that Fritz has freckles, the Fourth Closet's graphic novel lacks this detail.

William's strategy

Nothing is currently known about William's strategy, outside of the shared method in The Silver Eyes

Book Trilogy

Silver Eyes method

William, within what is implied to be the Spring Bonnie suit, had approached the five children - Susie, Fritz, Gabriel, Cassidy, Michael - and had lured them into the back. Back there, he had slaughtered all five, before stuffing them into the suits.

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Trivia

  • He is one of two souls to share a name with another character, the other being Jeremy.
  • An interesting thing to note is that his design resembles quite a few of the fan-made designs from before the reveal.
    • His striped red shirt was one of the more frequent design details to be used in said fan designs.
  • In the Fourth Closet, Fritz was mentioned to have freckles, making him the only one to have this detail.
    • For an unknown reason this was excluded from the graphic novel, however.
  • Despite existing in the book trilogy, the Ultimate Guide's artwork excluded him in favor of Carlton.
    • This left him as the only missing child to have his design revealed after the book released
  • While it's not confirmed, the parallel luring from Toy Chica: The High School Years indicates he was lured with something involving danger or fire.

Cassidy is the most vengeful of William's victims, being the soul within Golden Freddy. However, in the Books, she possesses Bonnie instead.

Appearance

As shown in Ultimate Custom Night, Cassidy manifests herself as a blonde-haired child. As the Princess of Princess's Quest, Cassidy's a blonde-haired princess with shoulder-length hair who wears a crown and a dress that ends right below her knees.

Book trilogy

Although she was described with long black hair originally, Artwork later reveals that Cassidy has brighter auburn/orange hair and shows her in a light blue short-sleeve shirt alongside dull blue pants. Her hair is tied up in a ponytail.

History

To be added.

William's strategy

The method William used to trick, and then kill Cassidy is similar in both universes. Wearing the Spring Bonnie suit, William lured five children - Gabriel, Susie, Fritz, Cassidy, and either Jeremy or Michael depending on universe - into one of the back rooms, and murdered each one. The corpses were all stuffed inside of the animatronic suits present in the location, with Cassidy possessing Golden Freddy in the games or Bonnie in the book trilogy.

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Trivia

  • She is the only MCI victim to possess a different animatronic between the Games and Books.
    • This is because, prior to being established as Golden Freddy, the Silver Eyes had already stated that Michael Brooks was in Golden Freddy instead.
  • Despite her name being confirmed in both stories, She is never directly mentioned in the Games.
    • Instead, her name was uncovered through a puzzle within the Survival Logbook.
  • It's thought that she knows the Crying Child, due to the things she knows about him in the Survival Logbook.
    • However, it should be noted that she never actually speaks with him in any shown material, nor does she ever talk about him.
      • Many believe that it's shown in the Survival Logbook, through faded and altered text, however there's no true confirmation about whether there's a second spirit in the first place, let alone it being the Crying Child.
  • Although not being seen directly, what appears to be her hair was seen within The New Kid, inside of Golden Freddy's suit
  • It should be noted that her role of "William's Tormentor" has been taken within the Fazbear Frights storyline, being given to Andrew
  • Cassidy is the only one of the missing children in the games confirmed to have killed someone directly.
    • This is through the Night Four phone call on the first game, where Golden Freddy's scream is heard attacking Phone Guy
  • Despite being a girl, The image of her from Ultimate Custom Night is actually a boy's face.
    • Scott himself has previously stated that this is because the image was edited from a picture of his son, Jason.
      • According to Scott in the same message, this is because it was readily available for use, and that it - Alongside other real-world images - has no true lore relevance.
  • While the exact way she was lured is mostly believed to involve Spring Bonnie, the parallel luring in Toy Chica: The High School Years would indicate she was outright kidnapped to kill.

Andrew is one of William Afton's victims that is exclusive to the Fazbear Frights line of books. He serves as a major antagonist within the Fazbear Frights series, directly causing the events of Fetch, Plushtrap Chaser, 1:35AM, and Step Closer as well as the Stitchwraith rumors. He is an alternate counterpart of Cassidy/Golden Freddy from the Five Nights at Freddy's game series.

While not directly confirmed, it's also possible that he had influenced the events of Bunny Call.

Appearance

Ghost Child

Andrew is a young boy, with curled, black hair. On his face is a cheap Alligator Mask, which appears similar in style to the Freddy Mask, covering his eyes.

Shadow Wraith

In this form, The entirety of Andrew's body is pitch black. Although his body is dark, unable to be seen, The alligator mask remains visible. It is also implied that he has glowing white eyes and teeth.

Personality

Similar to Cassidy in the games series, Andrew is shown to be a being of pure rage, choosing to keep William alive for the sole purpose of tormenting him, while targeting his rage on anyone who attempts to stop him. This extends further, leading to him infecting many Animatronics, Toys, and Costumes with his rage.

Later in the stories, he ends up befriending Jake, who helps him to see through the fog of rage and open up. Although he doesn't show it, he ends up enjoying Jake's company, and overall acting nicer to him.

Andrew's infected objects

Confirmed infections

Fetch

Andrew directly possesses Fetch, his corruption serving to expand the dog's original purpose. Fetch was given the ability to read the mind of his connected owner, alongside expanding the Phone sync to all texts, rather than only the ones to Fetch.

In addition to this, Fetch gains the ability to collect even more objects for it's owner, albeit killing anything still alive. His corruption abilities were designed to kill anything and everything in his path.

Ella

Andrew's corruption granted Ella the ability to teleport, appearing wherever. She was also granted the ability to terrorize whoever owns the doll, haunting them at the time set on the clock with vivid hallucinations, alongside stalking them at times.

Her corruption was designed to make people go insane, combining hallucinations with the ability to physically teleport to make the doll's owner begin to question what's real or fake. In the epilouge of the 10th book, it is revealed that Eleanor was the one terrorizing Delilah and not Ella

The Plushtrap Chaser

Andrew's corruption expanded on the Plushtrap Chaser's original intention of being a Night Terrorizer. Along with the already existing mechanic of only moving in the dark, increasing it's stealth factor, the chaser was granted human-like teeth and eyes. Along with this, he was granted the ability to chew through any material, alongside granted higher speed.

His corruption was designed to turn him into an unstoppable stalker, moving only when it was least visible. In the epilogue of the 10th book, it is revealed that Eleanor was the one that created the Plushtrap Chaser.

Foxy

The corruption gave Foxy the largest upgrade, where he'd have the biggest effect. His song was granted a curse, which is applied to all who listen. The curse will cause the inflicted to have horrible luck, where various sharp objects such as Knives or Fishing Hooks will commonly be drawn towards the victim's eye and hand.

The curse stops at nothing to have it's victim feel the loss of their hand and eye, going to the point of signing them up as organ donors and manually killing them if they survive long enough. After death, it keeps them in their bodies, and forces them to watch as their hand and eye are surgically removed.

His corruption was designed with the crowd in mind, cursing many at once with his song.

Unconfirmed infections

Ralpho

If Andrew had gotten to Ralpho, the infections appear to include the appearance of ominous, purple eyes, along with blood spewing from the suit. When he goes to leave, he'll violently attack, attempting to get in through various methods such as the cabin windows. He will only leave once 6AM is reached.

His corruption was designed to trick unsuspecting camp members, before forcing his way in to kill.

History

Into the Pit

Andrew makes a brief mention in Into the Pit, gaining a passing mention when Oswald notices six bodies lined up.

The Man in Room 1280

Andrew appears fully, keeping his killer, William Afton, alive on his death bed. Throughout the story, he torments William, while also protecting him from various nurses attempting to put him out of his misery. The methods of doing this nearly caused some of them to die.

Later in the story, after William is brought to Fazbear Entertainment's Distribution Center, he causes black goop to burst out of William's body before walking through it, leaving footprints through it.

Between TMiR1280 and Fetch

Sometime between the stories, Andrew gets a hold of various Fazbear-related animatronics. The animatronics were corrupted, gaining unique abilities alongside a thirst for blood. The animatronics include Foxy, Ella and The Plushtrap Chaser.

In addition to this, Andrew directly possessed the animatronic Fetch, a smaller Dog animatronic designed to respond to the owner's Smartphones. The corruption abilities had enhanced the original purpose, giving Fetch the ability to read minds and look through other contacts.

Fetch

After Greg and his friends venture into an abandoned Freddy Fazbear's location, Greg activates the Fetch animatronic. Andrew, within the animatronic, connects himself to Greg's phone.

Later, The animatronic fulfills it's original purpose, fetching various items that Greg requests. These requests, however, are drawn from further than originally intended, and it will stop at nothing to fulfill it.

As the story goes on, Fetch fulfills the requests more and more brutally. He ends up killing the neighborhood dog, after Greg voices his distaste for it, and places the corpse next to Greg's bike.

After Greg accidentally wishes his crush, Kimberly, was with him, Fetch obeys the order, much to Greg's distaste. With Greg trying to warn her, Fetch fulfills the request, killing Kimberly and bringing her to Greg.

As Greg got out of the bathroom, the body of Kimberly was on the floor, hidden under a blanket.

Between Fetch and the Stitchwraith

Sometime after the events of Fetch, The animatronic got loose. A thunderstorm had rolled in, causing Fetch to deactivate. Phineas Taggart later found him, dragging him to his workshop for experimentation.

Stitchwraith epilogues 3 and 4 - The Creation of the Stitchwraith

Phineas had been working on experiments involving Emotions, with the theory of Agony being the strongest of them. After he received an endoskeleton, he had taken some parts from other animatronics - The battery of Fetch, alongside the mask of Simon - for giving life and personality to his creation. Upon activating the Animatronic, it malfunctioned, Fetch's battery glowing red as he zapped his creator. Phineas attempted to form a Mental Shield, as an attempt to block the agony flowing into him. The shield fails, with his body withering, and black goop comes from his eyes.

After leaving, the animatronic ended up inside a truck. The two souls within it, Andrew and Jake, awaken, with them quickly discovering that only Jake can see and control it. Andrew begins to talk about how angry he was, explaining the events of The Man in Room 1280. After that, he had ended up in a room containing several Animatronics, before infecting each of them with his rage. A man enters the truck, before seeing the Stitchwraith move. Jake, in control of the animatronic, goes to try and comfort him, before Andrew's rage sends a shock through him, causing the same fate as Phineas.

Jake, horrified, wonders why that happened, before Andrew explains, claiming his rage had caused it. The shock was intended to scare people, which causes Jake to get mad at Andrew, explaining how it was killing people. As Jake decides to collect Andrew's infected objects, he attempts to get Andrew's help, who refuses. Jake then connects himself to Andrew, using his thoughts to find them.

Stitchwraith epilogue 5 - Jake's collection

Jake has continued using Andrew's thoughts, growing tired as he constantly moves around. The Stitchwraith makes it's home within an abandoned factory, dragging Ella into the building.

After seeing Grimm, Jake begins watering some flowers. Andrew asks why he's watering them, but doesn't get a response, as Jake ends up in a memory. As Jake begins to leave the Stitchwraith, Andrew panics, yelling after him to get him to stop.

Jake, choosing to stay and help Andrew, continues to water the flowers, ignoring Andrew's question.

Stitchwraith Epilogue 6 - The Formation of the Miscreation

As Jake drags Foxy into the building, throwing him into the trash compactor, Detective Larson - The detective following the Stitchwraith's trail - makes himself known. Upon noticing this, Andrew attempts to force himself in control, trying to kill the detective as Jake holds him back.

As the two fight for control, Jake throws the Stitchwraith into the trash compactor after Foxy. Jake attempts to pull Andrew into the memory from before, trying to protect him, as the Stitchwraith - William Afton - reveals himself.

William grabs Andrew, attempting to pull him back. As Jake tried to hang on to his memory of a baseball game with his father Evan to pull the two up, but due to Afton's pull being too strong, and as such Jake sacrificed himself by shutting out positive emotions and pulling him back down, freeing Andrew who vanished in a glimmer of light seen by Larson as Afton and Jake went on to form the Miscreation.

William's Strategy

While not directly shown, based on Into the Pit, it can be put together that the Into the Pit suit for Spring Bonnie was used to lure him back. However, how exactly he was lured is unknown.

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Trivia

  • Andrew's design seems similar to Cassidy's, featuring a mask along with black hair.
  • It should be noted that Andrew's mask implies that he originally possessed an Alligator animatronic.
  • Within the Stitchwraith epilogues, Andrew is the only character who's fate from Epilogue 6 is not revealed in Epilogue 7.
  • A character currently believed to be Andrew appeared back in Five Nights at Freddy's 3, within the Happiest Day minigame.
    • The kid in question is the first one seen upon entering, wearing a purple shirt and green alligator mask.

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