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This is a carry over from a Quest in /5N@F/ based on the video game Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator. A passing knowledge of the series is good, a passing knowledge of the prior general's history helps but isn't a necessity.

This was moved here less than two sessions in, I encourage reading the Archive to get a feeling for the game thus far:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nm4wIIRm_qLE6QXMl2oxf8TYqE7apKWw3_Nbl2vmONc/edit?usp=sharing

This is still the "Tutorial" portion of the game, and will pick off from the last post. A few things are probably going to be unclear at first, both for the sake of intrigue and to encourage Players to try and figure out how the mechanics function to make the best Pizzeria they can!

I'll leave an opening here for a fair bit of time for any questions going in, and then pick up where the archive left off.
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>>4981015
So we're still cleaning the place, right? I recall that being the last big objective.
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>>4981031
(Yes, I'll post the most recent addition soon, I just wanted to give fair time for newcomers to check the archive and get a feel for what's going on and ask any relevant questions they might have.)
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>>4981015
Whenever we start this up, I'm still with going for the Sudsy-grade cleaning supplies.
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(And one final note since I really grazed over it in the Archive, as a literal Hivemind for the PC, it's not majority rule that gets the final say, it's whose willing to argue or fight the hardest. Ambition and at times unwarranted rage over minute decisions is a Solid Business Model.)

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You muster up the willpower to avoid pleasure browsing, and go straight to looking at the Cleaning supplies. There are a few options, but all online orders won’t arrive until tomorrow it seems. In addition to that, there is an additional delivery fee to have them shipped you’ll have to pay out of pocket for on arrival.

With true Fazbear convenience in full display, you also don’t get to know the Delivery Fee until the items arrive.

How swell...

All the same, you need Cleaning supplies.
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>>4981058
sudsy. not too cheap, not too expensive. it's only our first day and we don't have the money/need to spend big bux on expensive cleaning supplies.
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>>4981058
Gotta go with suds.
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You decide to go mid-grade and purchase some Sudsy cleaning supplies, given what Fazbear offers is borderline unusable. On the same note, the so-called "Party Supplies" aren't much better. The confetti is clearly uncolored shredded printer paper and the plates are cardboard.

You can only hope Foxy and Mr. Hugs are enough to keep kids interested. At least you managed to make one good change for the place as you order the Sudsy quality Cleaning supplies for 20 Dollars.

Luckily, money spent is quickly regained as four more guests arrive. Not too bad for a first day! You have enough time to accomplish one more task, fatigue hits way harder when you're accommodating one-hundred brains at once...

By now it seems pretty clear what you generally can do by Day. Clean a room, Order supplies, talk with a Robot... And if you can find a way to hide your appearance, maybe throw a Party like Management was talking about.

Well, or rest. This is more exhausting than you thought it would be.
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>>4981082
I think it might be wise to introduce ourselves to Mr. Hugs
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>>4981082
I agree with the other voice. We might as well learn about our other performer before we really get into a routine.
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>>4981082
We should get to know our other Tronic Mr. Hugs.
it's free and if we're gonna be working together, Best be on good terms
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>>4981082
Agree with the other fellow voices and we should go meet Mr Hugs, if anything to know how a vacuum cleaner with googly eyes counts as an animatronic
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Voices rattle inside of your mechanic skull and seem to settle on meeting your other robot.

Foxy seemed to like you well enough despite his initial snarling. Asserting yourself and forcing the curtain open seemed to help, as did stroking his ego a bit.

Foxy definitely took the stroking to heart, because the Guests barely notice as you gesture to Mr. Hugs to meet you in the closest room you can find, the Restroom.

It's... a lawsuit waiting to happen in here. The forty percent of you that's religious thanks their respect God(s) that you cannot smell.

As soon as you're both out of Guest eyesight, he speaks up, with a squeaky fly-like buzzing quality to his 'voice'.

>"Oh Bolts and Breakerssss, it is filthy in here! How can you run an establishment as repulssssive as this one? What were you cleaning with earlier? Pizzzzza grease? I'm meant to maintain clean localesss- not cess pitsss!"

He seems aggravated. Given he's a vacuum cleaner, it makes sense.
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>>4981110
It's not our fault the company issued supplies are probably literally pizza grease. You should tell him better quality stuff is arriving tomorrow.
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>>4981110
Look man, it's our first day. We're working on it.
Speaking of which, do you work as a functional vacuum? We could probably use that.
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<Statement: I had no input over what the company issued. Quality cleaning materials were ordered moments prior to this discussion.>

Your voicebox drones off. Mr. Hugs mulls this over, before responding with slightly less spite.

Slightly less.

>"... Very well. I ssssupose it's not your fault, but for Fazbear to have the audacity to sssssend me to a pig pen like thissss... The nerve!!"

A part of you is shocked that Fazbear programmed their robots to be this self aware, but most of you is not.

<Inquiry: Do you function as a vacuum? You could offer assistance in cleaning until the arrival of the new materials.>

>"What do you think I've been doing all day? Thank Heavenssss that filthy Fox is able to keep the kidsss distracted, I've done my besssst just to clean up after him. Something I really should be getting back to. Isssss there anything else, Bosssss?"
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>>4981147
Tell him that we understand how important cleanliness is to the restaurant and then say good night, I guess.
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>>4981147
You should thank him for his help. He'll be a valuable team member.
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>>4981147
Question: are you all unique machines, or are there multiple models of Mr. Handy and Foxy distributed throughout different franchise locations? Just curious. How many locations have you been sent to so far?
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<Inquiry: Are there multiple Mister Hugs and Foxy the Pirate? Is this your first location?>

Mr. Hugs answers quickly and with a remarkable lack of existential concern.

>"Only one of each of us, the partssss were collected and fixed up from various locations in the passsst. Memory wiped, before you can ask it.”

>”We're all genuine articlesss so to speak. Assss such, this is the first I've worked at, though my personality issss programmed with expectations of where I sssshould be and the quality of cleanlinessssss it should uphold."

<Statement: I see. Thank you for the hard work, and have a good evening.>

>"Of courssse, you too."

Mr. Hugs didn't seem mad with you by the end of that, but you doubt he'll be too chummy until you get this place a bit cleaner. It looks like certain robots can be won over by talk alone, but others might take a bit more work...

Despite this, it's the End of Day, and you return to your office where a few sheets are already printed out by Management letting you know how things went.

Apparently a young boy slipped on a pile of something gray and wet, and took a rough head injury. 48 USD is removed from your account to pay for the Hospital bill.

On the upside, you maintained two Animatronics all day, and Fazbear Entertainment has rewarded you 20 USD for keeping both in function till the End of Day. Should you get more animatronics, this amount will increase.

Including Entry Prices, your Net Profit of today is +$132 dollars. Not too shabby!
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Night falls.
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>>4981177
As a budget-Robocop abomination, do we actually have any reason to worry?
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...Management doesn't say anything, the lights die, it looks like you're on your own.

Your internal clock is aware it is 8pm. 8:04 to be exact. A sense of foreboding races up about three-quarters of your current selves.

Perhaps the Woods are dangerous?

Regardless of this concern, there are still tasks that should be done at night. You also have a sneaky suspicion you should stay busy, bunkering down in one place too long makes you feel... uneasy.

You can use your PC to order more supplies, but that would be leaving your back open a long time...

Cleaning isn't as loud, and the Kitchen and Party Room still need work.

You could attempt to rest a bit, but... that's a lot of time in your Office.

Oh. You almost forgot, the Playground outside.

It may be wise to make sure no one is trying to steal swings or anything... Monitoring the Woods a little at night seems like it may be a good idea in general...

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>Rrrph!

>Schrrk. Shrrk.

>Thum.

You hear the sound of fabric tearing- something is thumping against the wood, echoing throughout the building!

>Thum. Thum.

It's... moving westward. Slowly, but deliberately.

Any attempt to identify the noise further is cut off by the sound of some sort of liquid gushing by the Party Room. It sounds like its bubbling...

What the Hell is going on?
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...Management doesn't say anything, the lights die, it looks like you're on your own.

Your internal clock is aware it is 8pm. 8:04 to be exact. A sense of foreboding races up about three-quarters of your current selves.

Perhaps the Woods are dangerous?

Regardless of this concern, there are still tasks that should be done at night. You also have a sneaky suspicion you should stay busy, bunkering down in one place too long makes you feel... uneasy.

You can use your PC to order more supplies, but that would be leaving your back open a long time...

Cleaning isn't as loud, and the Kitchen and Restroom still need work.

You could attempt to rest a bit, but... that's a lot of time in your Office.

Oh. You almost forgot, the Playground outside.

It may be wise to make sure no one is trying to steal swings or anything... Monitoring the Woods a little at night seems like it may be a good idea in general...

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>Rrrph!

>Schrrk. Shrrk.

>Thum.

You hear the sound of fabric tearing- something is thumping against the wood, echoing throughout the building!

>Thum. Thum.

It's... moving westward. Slowly, but deliberately.

Any attempt to identify the noise further is cut off by the sound of some sort of liquid gushing by the Party Room. It sounds like its bubbling...

What the Hell is going on?
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>>4981189
>something is thumping against the wood, echoing throughout the building
Oh no.
>some sort of liquid gushing by the Party Room
OH NO

I am deadly fucking curious what the fuck is in the Party Room now. I want to check there.
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>>4981189
I'm a little more concerned with shambling monsters than whatever's bubbling in the Party Room. Let's figure that out first.
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>>4981189
We might want to check out the Party Room. It'd suck for that place to be even dirtier in the morning, you know?
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Whatever is going on, you don't intend to stay put and wait for it to come to you. The thumps are slow, but steady. Whatever it is, it doesn't stop when it has to be able to hear your own footsteps.

The sickening gurgling continues to echo. A bit of you feels nauseated, as though your synchronized bodies are still struggling not to vomit in your comatose states.

You unlock your office door, leaving it ajar in case you need a hasty retreat.

You move past the window showcasing the dark expanse of wood behind your facility and make your way across the creaky Hallway.

The thumping comes to a stop right before you can turn the corner. Slow... garbled breathing, creaking... Sparking...

<Inquiry: Who is there?>

You keep the volume low as your monotonous drone breaks the nightmarish soundscape--

In reply you get a weak response, it sounds like the voice of a young boy, maybe nine?
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>"Please Mister

>" I'm scared

>"My Mommy is looking for me..."
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>>4981218
Against your better judgement, ask if the "boy" is okay
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>>4981218
T-try to comfort it? Anything to make sure it doesn't gut us like a fish.
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(Just a heads up, I gotta call it a night there, I'll be back to host more HOPEFULLY Monday night, if not then then Tuesday for sure. Funeral this weekend so a lot is going on. Hope you guys are having fun so far!)
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>>4981227
>Ghost
Thought the artstyle was familiar. It is pretty cool from what little I've seen.
>Funeral this weekend so a lot is going on.
Ah. Take it easy, man.
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Also some extremely rough concept art, I had some other pieces I may toss in if I can get the quality decent, I need a scanner.

>>4981228
I'm very happy you just thought it was just familiar, if I was still super easy to pick up as "That GhostQuest guy", whewf that's a lot of NOT improving over the years.

>Take it easy man
Will do, no one's had it easy this year I think, baby steps and all that.
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>>4981243
>if I was still super easy to pick up as "That GhostQuest guy", whewf that's a lot of NOT improving over the years.
GhostQuest will always have a dear place in my heart if only because while reading the archives, it introduced me to the Kilimanjaro band. Cool shit.
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>>4981082
>Forgot the ENTIRE FUCKIN' FLOOR LAYER

I knew it was bound to happen eventually, balancing 24 layers leaves a lot of room for error, but of course it had to be the most important layer on the screen. This image is aimed at me.

Aw well- it's updated and fixed on the Archive now. Whoops!

>>4981250
I hope I also got some players into Gogol Bordello, the recommended music thing was tacky but I think it was charming at the time.
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>>4981223
>>4981225
I support this
no other options honestly, locking oneself into the room just delays the inevitable with the ammount of time it has to break open the door

Also many in the conscious are not well known for having good self preservation instinct
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>>4981218
>Subtly look for a pipe or something
>Ask if he's alright.
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>>4981225
Supporting

Here's hoping we get a bit of an explanation in the morning
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>>4981330
Really love Mr. Hugs Design.
So cartoony I love it
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holy shit i needed another fnaf quest, can't wait to read the backlog
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>>4983446
Are there others fnaf quests? Could you share their names?
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>>4984547
Here's GhostQuest, the one people remember most.
https://pastebin.com/cVUZugiE
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>>4984561
Thanks anon.
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Hoping to continue this tomorrow night, possibly a very short micro-session tonight. I try not to pull back the veil too often to keep you guys focused on the moment rather than the rolls behind the scenes, but conflict encounters have some details it'd be radically unfair to not let you know about before the coming sessions.

The biggest thing is when you encounter anything; a robot, cryptid, hostile Human, etc etc, what you do in response is categorized into three possibilities.

The first is Social, which is what you guys seem to be opting for, Social has a chance of no one getting hurt on success. It's the best outcome if it succeeds, however; if you engage the monster socially, you forego any chance at Dodging or Attacking if things go wrong.

Dodging is a way to move to an adjacent room and hopefully leave the Robot you dodged stunned for a while while you relocate. Failing usually ends with you taking the hit.

Attacking is a double edged sword. An attacked monster will usually be out of commission longer than if dodged. But hitting it will damage it, and if it's your robot or a part of your restaurant, if it takes a certain threshold of damage you risk destroying it.

If using a weapon, you have a better chance to hit, but will do even more damage and raise the risk of destroying the monster even more. Failing an attack leads to you taking a hit in most cases.

It's worth reminding from the archive:

"No Fazbear location is permitted to open or sustain itself without a minimum of two Animatronics."

If you have less than two Animatronics, you risk facing enormous fines if you don't get it replaced immediately.
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>>4985253
It's also worth pointing out that I say 'if' and 'usually' a huge amount because this Quest is very, very narrative driven and there will almost certainly be exceptions to these rules depending on how you all play.

Those three categories are a rough narrowing down as to how conflicts can play out and are not absolutes.

Hypothetically, a successful social event can lead to moving a tame monster to an angry monster for another conflict depending on what you tell it, which can in turn lead to a social event in a social event, where it goes from a dice situation to a Narrative situation.

What I'm spending walls of text to try and get at is primarily just:
>Socializing leaves you the most exposed.
>Attacking risks long-term consequences.
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>>4985253
>>4985265
Thanks for the clarifications.
I figured things would be a bit more complex since you have a whole HP system and all.
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>>4981218
Since that's the options we have then I'll agree with the rest and say to try and socialize, I don't think trying to fight it will be good in the long run. Leave it as a last resort
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You scan the room for a weapon, but it's just a few boxes and papers in this Hallway. You should have a crowbar in the Office somewhere and knives in the Kitchen...

Most of your mind experiences fear and confusion, and a trace amount of pity for the strange Canine-like beast. Sparks occasionally dance along its chest, illuminating the entire hallway like a crackling strobe light. Instead of pants, it wears a dark violet drape like a dress, the design riddled with silver, glittery stars...

<Inquiry: Are you going to be okay?>

>"N... no? I don't think so?"

>"I... Wait! Is she--M-mommy! Where are you!?"

<Statement: It is going to be okay, please do not panic.>

The creature begins to lurch back and forth, you take a step backward on instinct, only further pressing yourself against the window at the back of the hall.

>"Mommy! He's hurting me, Mommy! Mommy!!"

It leaps.

>"Mommy help!! He--he's-"

Intense fear. The dread of losing yourself as its rusty hook digs into your gut, shredding your outfit and tearing into your robotic body.

You fall onto your butt as the Robot gives a deafening shriek that overpowers all else as it yanks the hook out of you.

>"Please, no more! I didn't do anything w-wrong--"

The Robot recoils, dragging its head against the floor with a horrific metallic grinding, rattling violently, and skulks away in an awkward gait towards your Office, leaving you behind...

>”I... didn’t do... nothing wrong...”
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It is now 10 PM.

You are bleeding an oil-like substance but are still functional. You hear the Canine monster shambling towards your Office. You aren’t going to cease function from this, but resting in the future should help your body repair itself, if only a little.

The gurgling is still intense from the Party Room, the deafening noise making the act of regaining your nerve all the more challenging.

Despite this, you still have a Pizzeria to run.
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>>4986230
We are grabbing a fucking crowbar from the office before we dare check the party room. We should also find something to cover up our wound if it all possible.
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>>4986230
We should put some distance from him. And maybe change the colors I wouldnt be surprised if someone attacks us because of the purple.
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>>4986230
A weapon would be nice, the kitchen would be the best place since it's the opposite direction.
We should look for something to stem the bleeding though, maybe rip some cloth off the pirate's cove?
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>>4986230
Can you use any cloth from your suit or lying around to staunch the "bleeding"? If so, do that.
Afterwards, move towards the kitchen to acquire some knives, before investigating hte gurgling noise.
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>>4986253
>>4986230
Knives won't do shit. it's a beast of steel. Acquire a blunt weapon like a pipe, crowbar, or a sharp weapon with some weight behind it like a fire axe. After that clear the party room, but clear the supply closet and bathrooms first if possible.
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>>4986241
Shit. Noticed it went to the office. Disregard going to the office but still focus on finding something blunt and something to wrap ourselves up with.
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>>4986259
Agreed, a crowbar would be a better weapon. However, that would mean re-confronting Foxy which I suspect we are not equipped to do.
A knife is still better than our bare hands, and perhaps whatever is gurgling in the party room is more reasonable than Foxy.
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>>4986259
You're assuming we'll only have to face animatronics. We don't know how dark those woods truly are.
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>>4986264
That being said -- recall my memory: is our suit purple? That might be a point of contention moving forward, especially regarding other possessed performers. We'll have to look into that later.
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>>4986283
Shit, i mean you're implying hitting some fucking dope over the head with a blunt object won't kill the fucker. There's also the option of a fireaxe if we have a fire safety kit (knowing fazbear's we won't)
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>>4986287
>Fire Safety Kit
>at Fazbear's
>The place known for burning to the ground after only a few years of operation
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>>4986287
I'm saying a knife isn't a bad choice for the moment. Unless you wanna rip a pipe off the wall or get a chair.
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The Office is a bunk idea, not while that Canine is there. Maybe if you're lucky he'll just stay there tonight...

You worry briefly about the wound, but find that this new body seems to automatically suture itself, the damage however, does not. Your innards are still damaged by the hook, and you feel only Rest can fix that until you find a better way to fix up your robot body.

You decide to try to for the Kitchen, which means leaving the Canine behind but hitting the source of the gurgling.

You want to equip yourself first, and steeling yourself as best you can, you hug the wall of the Party Room and don't even look to what the source is. Not yet.

Step by step, the lack of light thankfully seems to help you stay hidden as well as the sources of potential danger.

>Sssss.... Ssss.... Ssss....a...

A curious sizzling noise is mingling with the gurgling as some kind of liquid is soaking the floor. Ignoring it for now, you ease into the Kitchen, debating locking the door. You could attempt to bunker down here, or any doorway with a lock.

In the Kitchen, you find a set of knifes, and take the largest you can carry. There's a broom and mop as well if you're truly desperate for anything to defend yourself with.

There is a Pantry to the north you could potentially hide in... The floor itself is filthy, and could use a cleaning if you feel safe enough to get away with it.

There is a cabinet in the Pantry you could move to barricade the room off should you so desire.

The Oven and Freezer are too heavy to move.
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>>4986299
There's still work to be done! Barricade and lock the door, get to work cleaning that filthy floor.
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>>4986299
Be careful not to slip on the wet party room floor and move to clear the bathroom.
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>>4986303
Agreed. Block the door and start cleaning away.
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>>4986299
Great, let's go to the pantry, lock ourselves in and start cleaning it up, might find something useful there. And hope they don't try to break down the door.

Also are we going to be able to update our body at some point or Fazbear is just going to provide us this one and that's it?
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There is work to do... And night terrors don't mean you can neglect it. The One Hundred of you knew there were going to be Workplace Hazards.

You lock the Kitchen door, and with effort, barricade the door with the cabinet. There is no way to avoid making noise, and you're briefly grateful for the deafening gurgling that masked it.

Once the room feels relatively secure, you get to work. The mop water is still gray, and you only graze the floors with it, worried you're doing more harm than good.

Instead, you do the closest to efficient cleaning you can with what you have and wipe down the Oven and countertop with your bare hands, scooping lumps of black grime into the trash bin.

Something is scraping the wood to the North, you aren't sure where exactly it is in the Pizzeria.

You finish cleaning the Kitchen and Pantry, though cleaning is a very loose word for it.

It is now Midnight.

You are locked and barricaded in the Kitchen.

There is a Window above the Oven leading outside into the Wood.
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>>4986299
I motion to do otherwise: investigate the source of the gurgling. See if it is something we can either negotiate with or kill. We can use the pantry in case things go south.

That being said... is there anything that is ignitable in this kitchen, anything that could be used as a fuel source for a potentially damaging fire... Just in case?
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(To address details, the Purple uniform having any negative connotations to it would be meta knowledge.)
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I feel tempted to look outside the window just in case something is about to burst in.
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>>4986341
Bad idea, we don't know if there's a fire safety kit yet and if it gets out of control we are FUCKED.

>>4986346
>>4986336
I elect we stay the fuck away from the window. Like, not just away but completely out of sight from the window.
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You consider checking outside the Window for anything strange, but as it is, you'd need a flashlight, there is no light source as the trees block out the Moon. To check outdoors, you'd have to go through the Front Door or the Hallway Exit to investigate.

It may be wise to do so at some point to make sure no one is trying to steal parts off the Playground.

You look for any kind of fire extinguisher or fire source for that matter, but aside from the oven itself, no such luck.

Plus it's a very humid chunk of Alabama woodland, even a small fire would be impossible to contain.

The scraping comes to a stop, it looks like what you assume is the Canine is making slow rounds to different rooms...

You could check on the gurgling, but that would mean undoing the barricade and lock you just set up... You could try to Rest in here, but like all things, that is a time you'd spend exposed to whatever may try to slip inside.

The barricade may raise your odds of buying that extra amount of time at least, or deterring something from exerting the effort to get in.
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We should probably rest while we still have the chance. In case we need to get into a fight.
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>>4986391
get away from the window's line of sight and rest

(also holy shit spoopy outside da window)
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You move near the pantry, far from the window as you feel very paranoid about the Wood.

The scraping seems to have paused, and aside from the gurgling, nothing strange seems to be happening. This is the safest you can probably be given the circumstances...

You lean against the wall and take a seat, and rest for an hour. You heal up a bit and 'boot back up' with a bit more zeal.

To your great relief, nothing bangs on the door to the Kitchen, or attempts to break in. It appears you picked a decent hidey-hole for now.

You do however, get a knock elsewhere.

>Knock. Knock.

It's the front door.

Someone is knocking, slowly and firmly.
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>>4986433
Was that thing at the top left always supposed to be there?

Also
Don't answer it. It could get angry and break the door down if we don't but it's worth the risk to stay hunkered down.
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>>4986433
Keep our breathing in check and stay. fucking. silent.
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>>4986443
we're a robot, do we breathe?
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>>4986433
>>4986439
also CLOSE THE FUCKING PANTRY DOOR
QUIETLY.
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>>4986446
Still. Stay silent, that is important.
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>>4986433
It's rude to leave a guest waiting. Go greet them according to company policy!
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>>4986451
No i mean like actually.
Do we breathe? I have no fucking clue.
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>>4986433
If this is anything like Dark Woods, this is either an ambush or a random event. And just like Dark Woods, stay the fuck hidden and barricaded. Do not answer the door.
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>>4986454
...I have no fucking idea!
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>>4986439
>>4986455
That's not very homely, you've gotta meet your neighbors! They're likely to know more about the locals than you.
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>>4986455
Exactly what i was thinking

>>4986459
We have outed the singular psychopath that was put into the collective consciousness. Let's all point and laugh.
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You decide to err on the side of caution and not greet whatever is knocking at the front door. After about seven minutes of knocking at the same uniform pace...

Whatever it is leaves. Huh. Seems it meant no ill will?

That issue settled, you close the Pantry door, may as well maximize the security you have. You try to go as silent as your robotic body will allow you.

Luckily you do not breathe.

Unluckily, the rare spark or whirring noise happens whether you like it or not.

>Thump--

Hell...

>Thump thump thump--

The Canine (most likely) is moving faster than usual up the Hallway. Did it see something? Well, it's away from you at least.

You're getting very little work done tonight... The Canine is blocking off your Office, ordering supplies by your Computer would be a bust. The Restroom is still filthy... And the Outdoors hasn't had a single patrol tonight.

>Plip.

>Plip. Plip.

>Kurrr-Krack!!

Lightning erupts, it looks like it's going to rain tonight, lowering your visibility even more.
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>>4986474
You know, the rain water would likely help you clean better than that dirty grey mess.
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>>4986463
Don't judge him so harshly, he is only doing what Fazbear entertainment requires us to do!

That being said, the location is closed, and I don't believe these are paying customers. I would suggest greeting these off-hours free-loaders with buckshot if we had the armaments.

>>4986474
Question: Would harming/incapacitating/killing The Canine would affect Foxy's performance during the day? While it would seem like removing this obstacle from nightly repairs and maintenance would be beneficial, it would be a shame to destroy that which we paid so much for.
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>>4986478
Probably. If you want to risk opening the door and opening the window.
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>>4986474
people are least likely going to steal something if its raining outside would they?
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>>4986439
That's your Statistics, the window is only visible when relevant; when a Pizzeria stat changes or if your HP changes. You gained 1 lost HP from resting.

>>4986479
I cannot answer that question, it's a risk you'll have to decide is worth taking or not.
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>>4986474
>>4986479
if that weird fucking monster thing is foxy i say we throw our hands up in surrender, present our hindquarters, and pray for the best.
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>>4986478
You know I agree rainwater would be great for cleaning but how the hell do we gonna get it inside
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>>4986489
Oh come on, it's clearly Foxy. If we survive the night we'll have to question him about it in the morning.

>>4986487
Very well; this voice suggests trying to socialize once more, and then we attempt murdering it with our newly-acquired weapon.
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If that was an intruder at the door, it is good they left. Escorting violent intruders from the premises would be your job but you have enough on your plate for now. Hopefully the rain will deter unwanteds from closing in on your Pizzeria.

You wonder if the rain would be better mop water than the horrible gray mess that the faucets give you. You should have proper cleaning items and better water quality by tomorrow when the truck arrives.

At least the thumping stopped, maybe the Canine is resting?

The storm picks up violently, so much so you fear the windows may shatter. A stormy wind rattles the many trees outside the Pizzeria and shakes the foundations...

The gurgling noise from the Party Room comes to a stop.

One loud soundscape replaced with another.

At least the storm is a familiar noise... With storm conditions this intense, you wouldn't be able to safely go outside even if you want to.

You do not know if you are waterproof.

You could try and bunker here for the night, but you worry about the state of your Pizzeria when it's left unwatched for so long.
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>>4986517
We can't say hidden forever. I say we try moving around as quietly as we can (hopefully the storm should mask our noise), get some water from the storm outside, and clean up as fast as we can before moving to clean the restroom.
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>>4986521
Is your side of the collective mind fucking high? We get new cleaning supplies tomorrow and we'll probably eat shit and die if we go outside, not to mention the noise opening and maintaining an open door in this storm will cause.

>>4986517
Poke your head out of the pantry to make sure there's nothing in the room with you, glance at the window in the kitchen to make sure nothing's glaring at you, and then quietly make your way to the kitchen door, peek outside, and hunker back down.
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>>4986517
Let's get some water for these crummy floors. Quietly.
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>>4986517
The storm is masking our movement It'd be great for sneaking into the party room now
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>>4986526
Can I retract this thought? Hunker down instead, if so.
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>>4986517
Agreeing with >>4986527, this is a good opportunity to clean and/or investigate.
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Here's the deal, guys. Shoulder to shoulder we could only fit in the pizzeria about 6 1/2 times. I don't think we have enough room to be walking around with that shit in here with us.
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>>4986539
Noted; so what would you rather we do?
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>>4986541
carefully and methodically peek out of the pantry and kitchen one door at a time (make sure to check the window) and taking action from there based on the state of the pizzeria.
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>>4986497
Simply stick the mop through the window.
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You are deeply conflicted. On one hand you need better water, but getting the rainwater would mean two problems. The first is you'd have to do it one mop bucket's worth at a time, the other is you do not know if you are waterproof.

It'd be a lot easier to amass confidence to patrol if the Pizzeria was bigger... you make a mental note to expand the location if you make the money in the future to do so. But that can't be cheap...

This is what you're stuck with for now and you'll just have to make it work.

Baby steps. You open the Pantry up quietly-- the Kitchen is empty. You don't remove the barricade. Not yet.

Quiet in the Pizzeria, though it's hard to be certain with the storm raging.

You check the Window.
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>>4986563
oooohhhhh....
i want those gifts.... and that pupper is so cute....
but..... it's obviously a trap.
but that pupper....
but the trap...
what to do, what to do...
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>>4986567
I'm half tempted to go out there because it is such an obvious trap.
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But again, that risks both water damage and getting gutted. So I think we should just try buying some stuff in the office (if even that) or just looking in the party room.
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>>4986563
yooo who left a free animatronic outside
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>>4986563
You know what, go for it. Let's check outside.
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>>4986563
You have to go out there now
The gifts are probably getting wet! Plus you need a friend in this hazardous environment.
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>>4986580
>>4986582
>>4986583
NONONONONONONONONO
GUYS THE RAIN.
WE WILL FUCKING DIE.
ALSO THE TRAP.
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>>4986582
yeah let take the gift it'd be rude not to
>>4986578
maybe we need to find something to cover us with
shouldnt be hard right?
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>>4986586
We /actually/ don't know that. Perhaps this might be a good way to stress test that.
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You... can't get wet. Ignoring how strange this is, and your own paranoia at the event, if this... creature expects you to join it in the Wood, that's... not gonna happen.

But a free gift- and even thinking cynically, you still have to address this eventually if this ... Puppet-thing sticks around?

The Canine, unless it's stealthier than you thought, is still somewhere in the Hallway roughly.

Steeling yourself, you carefully, quietly move the cabinet away... and on all fours... carefully... slowly...

... Move along the south side of the Party Room, trailing the wall, not dare looking at the Stage. Whatever that gurgling was, you'll address it later.

One disaster at a time.

You make your way to the front double-door of the establishment and sit up, glad to not have been jumped or hooked in the back.

<Quip: Well, here goes nothing.>

You quietly, carefully unlock the double doors and just open them.

On the ground is a present, it's soaking wet but hasn't collapsed in on itself yet. How strange...?

It matches the box style of the strange Visitor in the Wood.
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>>4986604
FREEEEEEEE ROBOT
bring it in but don't open it until morning.
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>>4986604
Poke it with a stick. Or our mop. Drag it in if it doesn't try beating the shit out of us.
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>>4986606
what he said
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>>4986604
Drag that puppy in.
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You don't have a stick on you, so instead you poke the side of the present carefully with your knife. Not enough to puncture it.

Nothing happens.

You try a few more times...

There's nothing alive in there. It's a very small box anyways, there's no way the same creature is in it.

You use your knife to pull it inside by the ribbon and leave it by the doors that you close and lock.

You hear faint thumping from a fair distance away, it seems the Canine is moving again...

The gurgling is still quiet. It's hard to see much, but you are in the same room as the source, it wouldn't be a long trek to the stage to investigate it...
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>>4986619
check the gurgling but set up the barricade so you can book it and block yourself in at a record time if shit goes south
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>>4986623
(The barricade was just the cabinet you barred off the Kitchen door with, you have no means of barricading off the Party Room.)
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>>4986624
Yeah i know
I meant make sure the barricade is set up in the kitchen so you can book it in there just in case
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>>4986619
Slowly and carefully investigate in case shit goes south fast.
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>>4986619
We need to Nut up and Investigate the gurgle
At least so have an idea of what it is. Rather trying to blindly avoid it afterward. Just need to be Aware and Cautious
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>>4986633
yeah I agree Investigate it first
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Taking some comfort that the cabinet barring off the Kitchen is moved to the side and easy to set back if you need to book it, you ready yourself to move across the Party Room.

The wood creaks more than usual with each step, audible even over the vicious storm...

Something feels strange.

Something feels--

---

What the absolute fuck is this?

It's some kind of black oily substance. You debate testing it with your finger but stop when you notice that various patches have completely melted through the floor.

Corrosive. Heavily so.

Wait.

Where did the second Party Table go!?

The acid... whatever it is, has completely dissolved one of your Party Tables.

Something is hissing ahead of you, past the mess. Whatever it is, it's too far away to see, but doesn't seem to be moving.
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>>4986639
GET THE FUCK OUT OF THERE.
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>>4986639
>Black oily substance
Oh no get a distance between you and it
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>>4986639
Scoop some in our hand and use it to jack off

But don't actually (unless ahaha)

Sprint back into the kitchen and hope it fixes itself by morning. If it doesn't we should make a mental note to investigate any fuckery ASAP so it doesn't get this far again.
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>>4986639
Mr. Hugs is gonna be pissed. Let's scram.
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>>4986646
Oh shit you're right. He is going to be fucking FUMING.

>>4986639

Speaking of the little bastard, let's check on him
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There are a lot of things you considered yourself ready to handle on your first night of the job. Almost all One Hundred of you heard the rumors about Fazbear, you expected danger but...

Not table eating acid monsters. You have to draw the line somewhere.

You run as fast as you can to the Kitchen, and drag the cabinet in place, lock the door, and retreat to the Pantry.

A part of you worries about Mr. Hugs. His stage was mere feet away from where the acid began...

Thumping sounds off nearby, no doubt the Canine heard you...
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>>4986652
Damn, did we leave the box behind? I'd have suggested opening it if we knew where it was.
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>>4986652
we have no choice but to find a weapon and hold out for another hour
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Mop, knife, keep them close in case we need to throw them in fear
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>>4986654
damn im more worried about the lack of table
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>>4986652
At we know we got something that has to do with Acid. Info is good.
But we only have one option to stay away for now.
and Pray that Hugs is Safe.
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>>4986652
>black acid mold-goo puppet nonsense
Your meta knowledge informs you that this is some probable Ghostquest/Ghostwritefag bullshit and that you should do as the other headvoices say and move away from it.

That being said, this particular voice suggests you to try and protect mr. Hugs because it is our duty.

On the off-side... is the anything flammable with which you could ignite to kill the puppet-mold/goo? Fair warning: if this is the same as the rest of THAT FAGGOT's writings, while KILLING IT WITH FIRE won't get rid of it for good, it should at least buy yoy a day... I think.
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That's enough for one night.

You bunker down in the Kitchen, keeping a mop nearby and your knife in your hand. You avoid eye contact with the Window and debate barricading it if you had planks on you.

You made sure for the third time now the lock is secure and the cabinet firm in place.

If the Canine, who is thumping restlessly in what might be the Party Room now, dares to try and get in...

He'll have to tear down the goddamn wall.

The storm slowly dies down as the hour passes.

6 AM.

One hour left till Opening time and hopefully this nightmare ends.

>Thump thump thumthumthum--

It sounds like the Canine is getting restless in his pacing. A part of you hopes he'll fall into the acid just to stop that damned thumping...

It's the final stretch...
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>He'll have to tear down the goddamn wall.
Do not jinx it. Just stay quiet and still. Make any unnecessary noise that we can avoid and we have to commit an hero
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>>4986658
well if you wanna risk a fnaf 3
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>>4986660
stay still as much as possible
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....

The thumping doesn't stop.

The mild hssss of the acid still eating away at the floorboards...

The tension grows to the point that almost all your minds are ready to snap as the minutes count down to Opening...

Your internal clock ticks down the microseconds... just waiting for something to smash the door open, to get you at the last second but...

You make it.

You survive your First Night on the Job.
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>>4986673
YAY
Whats the loot?
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>>4986673
examine items
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>letter says "don't give up!"

HM!
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So. What do you think went wrong there friends?
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>>4986673
You should really take assessment of the damages after checking out the box.
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And that is a session! I forgot I had dental work Wednesday morning so I had to finish this tonight.

Holy fuck that was a long one. I know people hate the Wingdin- Oh. >>4986678 already translated it- thanks!

>>4986676
>>4986675
Some cash and some apples! It'll be tallied in when we start next session.
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>>4986688
>need help?
Cude. Anyways, quest is making me hyped. Hopefully I get to fuck around during daytime.
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>>4986690
Yea yea, I'm hoping to run next session maybe this Thursday if my dental pains aren't too bad. Barring that, it'd be next week. Next week would work well because full disclosure, I don't have full art for a couple rooms still and my spritebase still needs a lot of work.
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>>4986696
Eh, fair enough, take your time. Your stuff is kino when it comes out.
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>>4986673
Exciting stuff!
While I love to check out the Loot.
I'm more interested to see if the clock rolling over actually helps with the chao!
and Mr. Hugs! how is he fairing?
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>>4986696
>had to go to seep seep so i missed the last 2 posts
:((
cute pupper though
maybe we should've answered the knocking
unless you're determining what he does on a dice roll
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Some basic concept art to tide over between sessions, nothing fancyVDJAK
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>>4988906
Very swag, goat
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>>4988906
We look bri'ish
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>>4988906
Very sassy Mr.Hugs
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>>4988922
I would rather throw myself to the animatronics than be a British
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>>4989112
Given how this works, there is the possibility that some of us, may god spare me, are British
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>>4989532
...can a britishness be negated by some of us being russians?
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>>4989532
Men, i apologize. Alas, my grandmother is bri'ish therefore making me bri'ish. I'm impacting our morale and for that i am sorry.
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>>4989564
Your only partially British, not full British. You can be redeemed
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Aiming to have the next session on Monday! Got a ton of dental work tomorrow and a double Sunday. I miss when I was surviving on Ramen but at least had a ton of free days a week to focus more on these projects but we'll make it work, baby!

(Fanart is NOT by me, it's by Gloop, just feel bad updating without an image.)
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>>4991645
Don't fucking swear
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We’re starting up in two hours Lord willing! Buuusy day
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>Day 2

With great relief, morning comes, and your vision goes dark. For a split second it almost feels like your individual Soul returns to your body before being whisked back into the Assimilation.

The Sun is visible, and Fazbear Entertainment has sent you a truck with your Sudsy Quality Cleaning Supplies. You suppose you can use it to retouch where you’ve already cleaned to raise the Health & Safety of your Pizzeria higher, but you’d get the most benefit scrubbing areas you haven’t cleaned yet.

The Shipping cost comes to 2 USD, despite the long drive, Fazbear was feeling generous and lowered the cost substantially.

This is further mitigated by the gift from that White Thing in the Wood, who sent you a basket of apples, a letter, and 30 USD. You aren’t sure where the creature found it, but you’ll take all the help you can get.

With all costs factored in, you’ll be starting today at $210 dollars. Money you’ll need, as there is definitely damage from the Night.

The imagery of it however, has changed. The pitch black acid is gone, it looks more like the floor just caved in. You are still down a table. The Men in the truck tell you very briefly (and without showing their faces) that they’ll have that arranged to be fixed by tomorrow.

The bill for it will also be given to you tomorrow as something to look forward to.

Well, one catastrophe at a time. You have a friend in the Wood! That’s a good sign, and you were only wounded slightly. All things considered, going by the horror stories of degloving and eyes being ruptured, you had a pretty easy night.

Let’s make the second just as good!
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>>4995743
i say we confront foxy about last night GENTLY
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>>4995743
Time is of the essence! You should see how that fox is doing.
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>>4995743
I say we read the letter first
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>>4995751
>>4995757
OH YEAH
forgot about the letter
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>>4995743
Read the letter and then check on foxy
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>>4995743
Read the letter, but then consider covering that hole in the floor. Are there any spare sheets of plywood lying around? Can we move something over it? Ask Mr. Hugs what he recalled from last night.
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The letter is in a strange dialect you don't recognize, but it has what's clearly a smiley face on it, and given the gifts, you assume the White Thing in the Wood is friendly... for now at least.

---

You only have so much time during the day, and the Rest period during last night helps you maintain focus enough as a collective to generally agree to check on Foxy first.

You carefully sidestep all the rot to Foxy's curtain. You give the wood beside it a knock.

<Inquiry: Are you there Foxy?>

>"Grrnnn-- it's early, Matey... Needin' a performance for the Little Sailors already? Some kinda Birthday Party?"

<Statement: No, just checking on you.>

The Fox pokes his nose from the curtain, he seems a bit groggy and still sparks occasionally, but he looks... fine enough.

>"Yarrharr! Appreciated but Ol' Foxy has the constitution of an anchor! Slept through the night it seems, looks like ye got some wood-rot there. No good to have a ship with boards missing."

<Statement: Noted...>

---

<Inquiry: Are you quite sure everything is okay?>

Foxy pauses, tilting his head slightly, his eyepatch wiggling as he tries to size up the question.

>"... Aye? I had a grand time o' it yesterday with the Little Sailors, then went into Power Reservation mode like always. Are YOU alright, Matey? Ye seem a bit rattled, ye do."
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>>4995791
We were assaulted by a machine that shared your resemblance. Were you operational last night?
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>>4995791
Something that looked like you gutted us. Or it WOULD have gutted us were it not for the whole robot thing.
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>>4995791
>>4995812
oh yeah, show him the wound too
that's important
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>>4995791
Ask him if anything strange has happened once we last spoke, and show him the wound we have gotten as proof of things being a-foot
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>>4995825
But it sutured itself, there's nothing to show.
I think we should leave well enough alone and not ruin our blooming friendship!
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>>4995837
but we miss out on possible helpful intel
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>>4995837
i think you should suck my fucking dick.
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>>4995839
He sounds honest, I really doubt he remembers last night if that WAS him.
>>4995841
There's no need to be rude anon!
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>>4995844
This is a game of who can argue the hardest and I'll be damned if I fucking lose at the thing I'm best at
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<Statement: A creature bearing a resemblance to your model attacked us in the night.>

As you say this, you gesture to the hole in your oil-stained uniform, the only evidence since your metallic innards had already aesthetically healed.

Foxy examines this with a concerned clicking of his endoskeleton's teeth before giving a drawn tinny sigh.

>"Strange as it be, I was in Power Reserve. If'n something in the night is wearing my face, I'd not be too surprised. I've heard the tales of Fazbear's long passed of monsters in the night attacking the crew while taking on the garb of the mascots."

Foxy pauses, audibly scanning his memory banks.

>"I've never taken part in the madness though. Even if I wanted to, which I ne'er would, I couldn't. Me legs are busted, too many safety issues when I could run around, pinch points n' all."

He trails off, a touch of strange sadness to his voice.

>"Despite what happened way back when, an' how I look, I ain't never wanted to hurt no one. Ain't got no love for real violence. I'll swap a fist with a Mate but ne'er more than a bit o' fun..."

>"I don’t blame ye if’n ye don’t believe me. Ne’er asked to have a real hook, sometimes I get to thinkin’ all rational like, an' wonder if they built me just t’have a scapegoat when kids get hurt."
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>>4995851
UH UH UH UH
CONSOLE
CONSOLE
PLEASE
I DON'T WANT A SAD FOX ON OUR HANDS
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>>4995846
You see what you did? Now we have to console our valued performer!
>>4995851
Apologize for insinuating anything. His past shouldn't matter in this new location.
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>>4995854
I didn't do shit! We got the answer we wanted but he got all fucking sentimental and now HE'S sad and I'M sad
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>>4995855
You have to understand that your actions have consequences, and a mistake often leads to sadness.
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>>4995862
You have to understand that my ass-kissing station is open 24/7 and you can come kiss my ass anytime
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>>4995851
I believe you, and did not mean to insinuate any fault on your part. However, I am now interested in hearing more about these tales regarding monsters since they are now relevant.
What do you know about them?
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(Arguing works best if you have an actual point to make or if there is a proper disagreement. The point is to sway the hive to your point.

Passion and anger are valid ways to force the hive to acknowledge your point of view, IF there's a point actually being made. Bickering with fellows of the Hive with juvenile name calling will usually end with the Hive ignoring you in almost all situations. Pick fights rationally, this is a strategic Quest, even in how you respond.

Reading the room and adapting is a major skillset to have if you want to survive the game.)
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>>4995875
Just trying to stay positive! Friends will sometimes make that vital difference.
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<Consolation: It's a new day, all incidents prior to this location are irrelevant.>

>"... Lad, ye don't get it. They wipe our memory banks after we've been reassembled an' shipped off. Despite that, I still remember bein' locked away. I remember th' pitch darkness behind the business end o' an 'Out of Order' sign for what feels like years. We're built with the idea o' who we are. That be it."

He grips the curtain with his good hand and you hear the fabric struggle against the pull.

>"I can remember times that ne'er happened before. Either they made a mistake, or I'm bein' made to remember these nightmares on purpose. The times people 'ave been hurt and I couldn't do anything but watch. The only reason I’d remember this is if they want me to believe I’m the bad one. The inevitable disaster...”

<Statement: As you said, it’s most likely a mistake. Do not torture yourself for things you haven’t done.>

The Fox gives a rattling sigh and withdraws into the stage deeper, slowly regaining himself.

>”Right, right. Ain’t no value in a sulking Sailor.”

<Inquiry: You mention tales of monsters attacking the crew at night looking like the mascots? How so?>

>”Oh, I’m sure most of ye’ already kin that. The suit stuffin’ was the big tale. Freddy an’ his friends stalking down Security and Janitors and forcin’ em into a suit to bleed out. That an’ the other hundred tales of Fazbear related massacres. At this point it almost be an advertisin’ point fer thrillseekers. Wouldn’t be surprised if’n there’s been Halloween attractions based on us before.”

You decide not to let him know that there actually were. numerous in fact. It’s getting a bit late...

Foxy’s position is a complex one for sure, but not one you can address in one morning. The most you can do is comfort him, and maybe hold off on mentioning the Canine that attacked last night until you understand what really happened better.
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>>4995898
We should probably clean up the bathrooms. The party room too, and if we have time the oil in the hallway. Don't wanna slip on it later.
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>>4995898
Very well, drop the issue and apologize if needed for bringing it up. Perhaps Mr. Hugs will have more information later.

Before leaving, ask if there's something we can do for him, similar to how we could improve Mr. Hug's disposition by buying better cleaning supplies.

>>4995906
Seconding this. Let's put those cleaning supplies to good use. We should also probably clear out any debris or displaced furniture from last night's ordeal.
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>>4995909
Actually, check the office; "The Canine" seemed to be lurking around there; was it wandering around randomly, or was it looking for something in there?
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>>4995898
Gotta clean! Check on Hugs if we can. That bubbling might've been an upset vacuum.
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>>4995906
>>4995914
seconding these both, could be helpful
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I Give Foxy a Little Faith.
He does seem to not actually remember the events from last night.

Though makes me question if their another thing that will look like hugs.
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We should do something about that 'Sinkhole?'
Even if it will be Fixes tomorrow. (if I read it right)
The last thing we want is a Guest to trip into or on it
Maybe use some spare Chairs or Wet floor signs to barricade it?
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Before you jump to the next task, you decide for safety's sake and to register that the nightmare is truly over--to check that the Canine is gone.

Armed with your knife, you ease into your Office, and are relieved to find that all traces of the Night, even the Canine, are long gone.

Cleaning the Office is appealing to you individually (generally speaking) but won't help your Restaurant be any safer for guests. Plus, you have these brand new higher quality cleaning supplies, and those guys in the truck must have arranged something, even the tap water is a bit less thick and putrid!

You quickly wipe up the oil you spilled with some paper towels, and from there, go into the nightmare of filth that is the restroom. It's a four hour nightmare, and were you capable of smell you'd be vomiting with very few pauses. Even with vision alone it's nauseating cleaning up various stains of very worrying color and even more worrying consistency.

But by the end of it, by the God(s) some of you believe in, that damn Bathroom is clean! To add to the small victories, six Guests come, earning you 210 USD!
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>>4995937
>210 + 210 = 420
>only have 330
Did you do the math wrong or type it out wrong?
Am I completely missing some spending we did?

Also let's talk to Mr. Hugs. seems like we have time
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>>4995937
(It was inevitable, but I made a fucky-wucky I need to address for those trying to work out the system. Cleaning with the original awful materials raised H/S by 2.5% a room. When you cleaned the Kitchen, for some reason I added the 2.5% back instead of the inverse. It SHOULD have been -25%, not back to -30%. Luckily all H/S related rolls aren't done at night, so this didn't affect anything and has been caught in time.

Your new cleaning supplies raised the H/S by +5% per room, NOT by 10% as that would be insane.Sorry about that, I'll try to be more vigilant with this.)

>>4995941
(120! Dammit- I'll fix that in the Archive, but 6 Guests with the 20 dollar Entree Fee is 120 dollars, plus 110 you already had. Big Brain from now on, I swear.)
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>>4995946
You say that as you make another typo lol
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>>4995937
(It was inevitable, but I made a fucky-wucky I need to address for those trying to work out the system. Cleaning with the original awful materials raised H/S by 2.5% a room. When you cleaned the Kitchen, for some reason I added the 2.5% back instead of the inverse. It SHOULD have been -25%, not back to -30%. Luckily all H/S related rolls aren't done at night, so this didn't affect anything and has been caught in time.

Your new cleaning supplies raised the H/S by +5% per room, NOT by 10% as that would be insane.Sorry about that, I'll try to be more vigilant with this.)

>>4995941
(120! Dammit- I'll fix that in the Archive, but 6 Guests with the 20 dollar Entree Fee is 120 dollars, plus 210 you already had. Big Brain from now on, I swear.)
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>>4995937
I say we check the outside of the building, while it's still bright out. There's a playground right?
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>>4995965
oh yeah let check on the playground
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You consider patching up the massive hole in the floor, but realize that the only thing that could do it is the other table, which is being used by Guests.

You hastily write up a sign in computer paper and marker asking guests to not fall through the floor and pin it by the entrance.

You decide to check outside real quick, during the Day the Wood don't seem nearly as well... full of terror waiting to happen. The Playground Fazbear supplied is pitiful. A rusty slide and a broken swing set.

Maybe you can buy a better one sometime. It's with mild irritation some of you recall that the Canine had to block your Office of all places, you could have used those useful evening hours to order more supplies.

Damn.

There's enough time for two more activities today, there was that Party your Boss was talking about yesterday. You have more Guests filing in soon, but a party with computer printer confetti and balloons without helium may not net as much extra cash as you'd hope.

There's a bit of time left to order Supplies; be it Party Gear, new Animatronics, or any other offers Online.

You've cleaned every part of the Pizzeria the guests will see. Touching up the Kitchen or Party Room may help a bit with the newer supplies, but that's a lot of time to spend for a minor touch-up.

Of course, there is Mr. Hugs as well, but with Guests coming in, it may be hard to get in a lengthy conversation with him. Right at the start of the day or the very end seems the best time to talk to your Animatronics without interrupting their work.

Mr. Hugs would probably be irritated regardless... Especially with the massive hole in front of his stage.
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So half the Players are asleep/left(understandably), and I admit this session started very, very late. It shows in my art/writing as well that my brain is going on fumes.

I think from now on instead of announcing sessions I'm just going to keep this thread up to be replied to whenever, and add more quest whenever I get open time slots. Should be easier and more accessible that way. Give the day and night players a chance to give input as well.

Hate to wrap up tonight after just 6 posts, but I'll keep updating throughout the week. Have a good night, everyone! I hope you enjoyed the bit o' Foxy at least!
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>>4995980
lovely as always mate
but yeah starting earlier next time might helps alot
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Well, hm. We should probably order some supplies to hopefully make the party coming up a tiny bit better.
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>>4995983
Supporting
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>>4995983
Ye. Must improve the party quality
I"m sure we'll have time to clean later
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>>4995983
Some decent-quality party supplies could make this shabby shithole more bearable for our guests.

I'd suggest we organise the room layouts to allow for easy door blockage during the night - think "Darkwood" style. If we can ensure that creatures remain in their rooms, we'll be much safer.
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So for verification sake, no one wants to look into buying another Animatronic or the daily deals? Straight to Party Supplies is the consensus?
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>>4997881
Party gear is the main focus but it couldn't hurt to look at the offers. Animatronics are a no go until we have better security messages and/or are desperate.
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>>4997881
can we really afford one?
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Having gotten a nice look at an outdoors that almost doesn't feel cursed, you find your way to your cramped little Office and boot up the PC.

Huh, today it only takes forty-eight minutes to boot up. How lucky.

As this happens, three more Guests enter, netting you 60 more dollars, bringing your total to $390.

Your options are similar to the Cleaning Supplies, at least it's uniform...

Most of you do miss being able to browse the Internet.
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>>4997900
worryingly fun. we made more than that today, so it's still a decent net gain. i think it'll pay off in no time.
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>>4997900
worryingly fun. let's go all out.
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>>4997887
You guys aren't doing awful on money, the big thing is if you ever have less than two, there is a massive fine followed by being forced to shut down. You can also order items at night of course (with the risks associated) if you want to spend your days more social. There's really no right or wrong way to play yet by Daytime.

>>4997635
If others of the Hive agree, you can start barricading in advance, as it stands though, most rooms have easy enough items to move and barricade. The Kitchen has the cabinet from last night. Party Room still has a giant table. Office has your computer. Restroom is a risk though.
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>>4997909
After we get the party supplies let's check the animatronic catalog. As much as it would hurt me if one of our beautiful baby boys were to be damaged, we have to prepare for that possibility.
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>>4997910
It's in the archive, but it's worth saying this before you jump on the idea:

>You see a few options to choose from. The Internet speed is so bad opening a single page could take the better part of an hour. You'll only be able to select one of the options per section of Daytime.

You can buy one thing per Event slot. That doesn't make it a bad idea, of course. Depends on what the Hive thinks.
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>>4997910
>>4997916
I'm thinking the marionette. It's cheap and does wonders for our shipping prices, but i'm a little worried about what the "wind-up" part of its name implies for our night duties.
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Doing pretty okay on money and raking in fair profits has you ready to do some splurging. You buy the Worryingly Fun set for a hot 40 USD.

Four more guests arrive, netting you 80 USD, and with the revenue boost proper Party Supplies should get you, you could be looking at a Hell of a payout, tentative Lords' willing.

The afternoon humidity is starting to settle, you don’t have much more time until Closing...
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Guess we're going to be checking the animatronics. At this rate, eh, why not.
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>>4997927
as in the catalog. not the actual robots we have right now.
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Actually, let's try barricading some places in advance in case we ever need to hide again.
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>>4997932
Seems Like that would bite us in the ass. when night comes honestly

I suggest a little more cleaning or checking the deals
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It's pertinent that we prepare for possible problems. On this front, I propose we porous a potential animatronic pal in the unlikely event that one of our perfect performers is damaged.
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we should clean while we have something that is not pizza grease, so let's get to it!
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You want to barricade rooms, but you'll need a spot to lock down in first. It's worth mulling over, as blockading doors now would be preventing you from accessing vital hiding places if you need them... Arranging the Pizzeria to best stay safe will take a lot of planning.

Given you're still coasting well on money, you decide to stay in your musty Office a bit longer to browse the Animatronics catalogue.

As you wait in agony for it to boot, three more Guests arrive, garnering 60 USD to add to the pot. As you continue waiting, finally the Animatronic Ordering screen slowly filters in, it looks like the choices cycle by day.

Your options are as follows:

>Lolbit the wacky Digital Pal! $95 (+10% Public Awareness, -20% Entertainment Value, Has a 50% chance of alarming you of any break-ins at night)
>Rockstar Bonnie the Headbangin’ Bunny! $280 (+20% Entertainment Value, +5 Guest Capacity)
>#1 Crate, Formerly Schmitty something Manjenson. $30 (-10% Shipping Prices)
>Mr. Hippo the Conversationalist, $110 (-10% Entertainment Value, -5 Guest Capacity, Very pleasant guy all around)
>Freddy Fazbear $350 (+50% Public Awareness, +20% Entertainment Value, -40% Health & Safety, the FACE of Freddy Fazbear Pizza)
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>Lolbit the wacky Digital Pal! $95 (+10% Public Awareness, -20% Entertainment Value, Has a 50% chance of alarming you of any break-ins at night)
Security. All I will say about that.
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>>4997968
Freddy is too expensive PERIOD but has decent stats, if a little risky.
Rockstar Bonnie is reeaaaally good but too expensive for my blood with the repair costs tomorrow, but if anyone else thinks it's a good option i'll back you up.
Lolbit, as much as i hate to say it seems really shit right now. We don't have enough EV to take her in. Maybe the party supplies will help.

My vote is cast for either RB or Lolbit.
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>>4997968
Woah! We could reintroduce Mr. Hugs to his good pal #1 Crate, AND get 10% more off shipping!
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>>4997968
Rockstar Bonnie and Number 1 crates seem like best Choses

Having Entertainment Value under 0 seems like a bad idea.
and Freddy knocking our Health & Safety under -50 seems like a death sentence!
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>>4997974

+1 to this. A solid choice that leaves us money to work with and protects future investments.
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>>4997996
I implore you to reconsider. Look at our EV. We can't afford to have a -10%. Even if the new party supplies give a bonus it can't be worth the -20% until we get a few more animatronics that boost our EV. I think RB is a better choice.
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>>4997999
If my hand is forced, we can pick Rockstar Bonnie. Do note that I will be ripping your eyes out if we don't at least get her tomorrow. Alright?

I really, REALLY want the extra security whenever possible. I am willing to relent and buy the bunny for now.
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>>4998001
I understand your concern about our security and I share the same sentiment. However, there will be no "future investments" to protect if we can't make money. The EV is too much to handle.
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After a painful, massive amount of thought and multiple compromises in the Hive, you decide to go with the Rockstar Bonnie model. You spend the 280 USD, and it should arrive by tomorrow.

As the Sun sets, it's almost Closing Time as guests start to empty out, as it's the End of Day.

You're already in your Office as the expected sheets from Management print out letting you know any extra details of the day.

Apparently a girl named Angelica Buford fell into the pit despite your sign and broke both her legs. 32 USD is removed from your account to help pay for the Hospital Bill.

This loss is eased a bit, as you have both of your Animatronics in function by the End of Day, netting you an additional 20 USD bonus.

Accounting just for Guest Income, Safety Hazard Bills, and your Animatronic Bonus, your Net Profit today is +308 Dollars!

Double what you made yesterday!

Were Management speaking to you, which some of you feel mild worry at their absence... they'd probably tell you to pat yourself on the back.

With this in mind, you move all the furniture in the Pizzeria to plan for the night. All possible barricades are right by their respective doors if you need to slip inside and lock up. You finish in your Office, and go ahead and barricade that door off prematurely with your shelf.

Hopefully leaving you ready for
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the night.
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>>4998031
Let's hunker down in the office and rest up to get that 1 HP back. Not much else we can do right now and it's not like cleaning the office would do anything.
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>>4998031
We should see if that friend of ours is hanging about outside!
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>>4998038
I think if enough people agree on it we can do that. AFTER we rest up though. It's not good to be walking around with less than max HP.
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>>4998044
I can agree on that. Health and safety is important to Fazbear's, including yours.
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Immediately as the night begins, those of the Hive that tolerate it curse as that damned gurgling begins. It couldn't even wait a couple of hours like last night!

Great, another night of functioning with compromised hearing in a life or death situation...

You still aren't keen on dodging acid, so taking advantage of your barricade, you go into standby to Rest.

Luckily, you don't hear that child's voice or any thumping... Maybe the Canine is leaving you alone tonight?

It's nice to dream. Not that you really can dream, but figuratively speaking.

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Two hours later, you wake feeling fully optimized for survival. Nothing has moved or attacked your door and walls, which is good. That gurgling is still echoing through your Pizzeria...
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>>4998060
I say we grow a pair of robo-synthetic balls and go investigate the gurgling. Maybe there's some way to stop it? I'm not a fan of only having one table per day. And what if it spreads to our animatronics? My baby boy foxy? The strangely arousing Mr. Hugs?
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>>4998060
Oh, if that gurgling is back, you might want to take precautions before it eats through your only remaining table. Or worse.
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>>4998060
Let's find that fucker. Mr hugs will kill us if anything else gets destroyed.

Either that or the acid spewing monster is a possessed hugs
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>>4998073

Hell yes, time to assert dominance
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Feeling confident, and armed with the knife from yesterday, you move the barricade and decide it's time to track down the source of this gurgling.

You'll be damned if you lose even more of your flooring because of it.

You move with confidence and little attempt at stealth down the Hallway, turning into the Party Room. Using what little vision you have, you hear the gurgling and see traces of the black pitch sizzling into the floorboards.

It appears to have a splash area that’s going to be troubling to work around, despite this, you’re just barely able to make out the source of the acid.
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Mr. Hugs, or something similar to him, is vomiting the black acid in thick pools, and not stopping. The thing’s eyes are glossed over, and it remains completely still, as though the vacuum were a corpse set to stand rigid.

It continues to dispense the foul liquid, foul red wisps of exhaust rising from where it spatters, mostly the floorboards in what has to be a round eight foot radius...

<Inquiry: Is that you?>

No response but more acidic vomit.

<Demand: Stop at once!>

No response.

The Vacuum continues to dispense the black acid-like substance regardless of your presence.
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>>4998172
If this is some kind of Hugs analog, it must have a deep desire to clean. Maybe get some water and pour it on the black goo? Or it might be better to whack them and end whatever trance they're in. Either way, this is going to be a costly repair.
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We have options.

Attack with the knife.
Go try to snap off the chain from the broken swingset and attack with that. (Kinda time intensive)
Close our eyes and flip the lights on and off rapidly to see if that does anything.
Try to drag this thing out of the building and see where things go from there.
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>>4998172
Still unsure if attacking these things will carry over into the day and damage our performers, but I'm feeling we should test it out and try to snap him out of it with physical contact, violence only if necessary. Perhaps if we can find a broom or something to throw at it, perhaps water >>4998178
if we have any available.

>>4998178
They seem to do the opposite of their intended personalities, going off of the two we currently have. I'm going off my assumptions that this will function like Darkwood, where leaving the building at night is probably the riskiest thing you can do and turning on the lights attracts everything in the woods in a 10-mile radius, but the acquiring the chain from the swingset is a pretty nifty thought, I'll admit.
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>>4998172
Still unsure if attacking these things will carry over into the day and damage our performers, but I'm feeling we should test it out and try to snap him out of it with physical contact, violence only if necessary. Perhaps if we can find a broom or something to throw at it, perhaps water >>4998178
if we have any available.

>>4998178
>>4998181
They seem to do the opposite of their intended personalities, going off of the two we currently have. I'm going off my assumptions that this will function like Darkwood, where leaving the building at night is probably the riskiest thing you can do and turning on the lights attracts everything in the woods in a 10-mile radius, but the acquiring the chain from the swing set is a pretty nifty thought, I'll admit.
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>>4998172
Pour water on the acid, if that dont work, then at mr. Hugs, if THAT doesnt work, try to push Mr hugs away from the acid pool. If he spits acid at us, we use the knife on him.
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>>4998172
water will save us, i hope
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A number of ideas run through your head, though most are shot down by the difficult reality of the situation. The acid is in a pool way too far to easily reach through. It's so dark that even throwing your knife accurately would be a challenge.

A single misstep and you could be dissolved...

Plus if that is Mr. Hugs... Most of the Hive expresses a strong dislike of hurting one of your performers unless absolutely necessary.

At first you try the light switch, but discover quickly it doesn't respond to flicking. Something strange about the night affects the power to everything except your Computer. The Air Conditioning also doesn’t function, not that you can feel the temperature anyways.

You could take a chain off the swingset but... that means going outdoors. You haven't tried that yet, and aren't sure if you want to risk exposure to what's outside the Pizzeria.

So you do what seems obvious. You go into the restroom (thankfully empty) and fill one of the buckets from your cleaning supplies with tap water, and--

>"Where am I...?"

You hear a young child's voice whimper from the West... Either the Kitchen or the Hallway?

Hallway? If it's the Canine you would have walked right past it, it has to be the Kitchen unless the beast found a way to crawl under the floorboards...

One calamity at a time, you spill the water onto the acid near you. The water dissipates a small amount of it, showing the ruined floorboards beneath. But at the rate the Vacuum is vomiting acid, a bucket would never be enough.

You'd need a hose or a wheelbarrow full, and a way to subdue the source as well.
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So, we can't reach it without getting dissolved. Throwing a knife will probably lead to it missing and landing in the muck. And even the water won't stop it unless we get a fuck ton of it.

Unless we can find a hose nearby (inside or outside), we should cut our losses and check out where that voice is coming from.
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>>4998467
LOOK UP LOOK UP
IT'S ON THE CEILING
IT'S CLINGING TO THE CEILING
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well, if we go to mr.hugs, we are fucked, if we don't look up, we are fucked, and if we go outside, we will be fucking destroyed, so what are our choices?
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>>4998467
Hmm, this place is shitty as hell, but it should have a garden hose or maybe fire sprinklers we could turn on? Oh, and LOOK UP before Foxy doinks on us.
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>>4998467
>>4998172
Damn, missed some when I went to sleep.

I say we look up, if he's not there keep an eye on the kitchen while we figure out what the fuck to do.

>>4998474
I second this. Most pizza places, and probably fast food joints (I wouldn't know, I've only worked in pizza places) have fairly lengthy hoses in the kitchen.

>>4998181
I'm pretty sure we get fucking rekt if we go outside.
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>>4998919
I feel like we should go outside at somepoint to see if it actually poses a threat or not
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>>4999413
ever play darkwoods?
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>>4999443
yeah but i wanna see what threat the outside have
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>>4999451
i want to not die
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>>4998467
You know: fuck it. This voice says "respond to the canine." -- Tell it "Hello, you are in Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria" or some shit, why not? Play along: "Have you lost your parent or guardian?" "How can we/I help?" or something. They bullshit us, we bullshit them. Let's see who breaks character first. Probably them, since they tried to sink a hook into our guts last time, but hey we have a knife and limited patience for their supernatural "PITY ME"-bullshittery.

If not, I suggest going outside to grab that chain to whack some sense into not-Mr. Hugs because fuck Hugs and his bulimic bullshit and fuck those faggots lurking around the playground outside like a bunch of pedophiles. Fuck, let's see if we can do it fast.

This voice is getting sick of the bullshit. Let's cut a bitch if we have to.
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>>4998467
Cant we just go around get closer to the bastard and grab him? Its a vacuum cleaner he cant be that heavy, so we just bring him outside to minimaze damage and if theres anything there we can use him like a spray weapon.
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Well, this is an issue.

There's no way to grab the damn thing without walking through a huge pile of gurgling acid. You don’t trust your aim to throw something at it...

The bike chain idea is-

Your focus is disrupted by the Hive screaming almost unanimously to look up.

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You do so.
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You didn’t notice until now that those jerks constructing your Pizzeria didn’t have enough wood to roof the place, and a good chunk of your protection from the elements is just blue tarp on hooks.

>”Is anyone here? I'm stuck... Hello?”

More noises from the West in what would have to be the Kitchen.

>"Can someone please unlock the door? Mommy? Are you there?"

You don’t have a working hose indoors, the Kitchen is a freezer full of frozen pizzas and an oven. The cabinets are mostly full of plastic cutlery and basic spices.

There’s likely one outside, but you didn’t see it by the Playground area earlier today. Unlike last night, it’s not storming, so that’s a tiny bit of luck for you.

>Shrrrrrr--rrr--

A low, drawn out scratching noise of wood being slowly split sounds off from inside the Kitchen.

>”Please unlock the door! It's dark!”

You doubt you’ll be safe exposed here for long. The chain from the Swing set could make for a great weapon... But that would mean exposing yourself to the Wood. If you can’t find a hose, you could just whip the Vacuum over with it and try to minimize the damages...

A pool of acid is a far larger inconvenience than you'd think it'd be.
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>>5000165
Jesus this is a tough one. It's not raining so we can't pull the tarp down and neutralize the acid with rain. Going outside still seems like a really bad idea. Let's quietly and quickly get to the office so we can think.
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>>5000210
Yeah we don't really have a choice here. Unless we want to risk opening the Kitchen door, there's no real choice besides this that isn't a giant risk.
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>>5000227
We could try to get him out but I have no idea if Foxy will just teleport back inside on the morning.
Theres also the puppet we should have left a message for it.
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>>5000165
Grab the mob we clean a path to it grab and put it into a temporary time out area or a sink or some shit, the canine isint eating the floor and we kind need one to run a pizzaria.
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>>5000160
>>5000165
Hold on a minute, how's that acid not eating through our dear Mr. Hugs? It might not chew through metal, we should try dipping something metallic into it when we get a chance, to test.
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>>5000287
Like grabing a food tray and slide towards him?
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>>5000294
Something along those lines. It might prove helpful if we know what it can and can't eat through.
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>>5000296
I forgot we are made of metal, think we could run and take him before we melt?
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>>5000298
we are also made of wires, and if their isolation melts, we will become a living firework
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The acid is very potent, but the question is how much so. You consider attempting a run to shove the Vacuum off the stage, but there are two issues:

The first is the floorboard itself is compromised or fully destroyed under said acid, you'd fall through the floorboards and quickly be buried alive under the acid still pumping out.

The second is how potent the acid is. It eats through wood easily enough... You take the rim of your tin bucket and scoop some up.

....

It eats away at it slightly slower than the wood. If you were to run through it, assuming you find a patch of floorboard that isn't collapsed beneath the acid, you'd have a good ten seconds before your shoes would wear away and you'd lose all mobility, followed by collapse forward, then being consumed until your system dies and with it, the Souls of the entire Hive.

You’d have maybe a full minute to make peace with this, were it to happen. Walking in the acid would be a guarantee of suicide, roughly ninety members of the Hive are certain.

>Scrrhp--tch-tchtchtchhh--

You peer past the corner of the Hallway, looking over the Party Room, then to the Kitchen Door. The peeling of the wood gets more frantic, sparks cracking like fireworks now-

>THAM!!

The hinges nearly break as the Canine slams into it full-force. The door rattles and you hear a childlike scream echo from within, distorting itself as it dances along the echo the Woods carry.

If you’re going to do anything, you damn well better do it fast, or you’re going to have two dangerous problems in very close proximity to you.
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>>5000431
Just run to the office. There's not much we can do until we can afford a pizzeria expansion. We'd need more room to be comfortable walking around like this at night. We'll have to deal with only having one table per day. The new party supplies might help with the lost revenue.
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>>5000453
Wow, that is some terrible fucking english right there. I might have to head to sleep.
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You decide to not risk the Outdoors. Not while you're operating with ground space this small against the vastness of the Wood.

Hiding down in the Office and barricading the door again seems a wise choice and you quickly do so, using the gurgling once again to mask the noise of moving the wooden shelf against the now-locked door.

What starts as a slow walk turns into a sprint as you hear another echoing slam and then the sound of a door being flown across the Party Room as the Kitchen door is torn from its hinges!

>"I made it out! Mommy!? I'm here! I'm out! He can't-"

The Canine is dragging itself along the Party Room floor, moving South. You can hear the splintering of boards being ripped up...

Hell, will there even be a Pizzeria tomorrow?

If one of them heads outside and tries to get back in... You'll be trapped.

While you dread the Wood, the brief respite of the Office gives you a chance to evaluate how many Windows you have to both be wary of, and in an emergency, escape out of.

One behind the Oven in the Kitchen where you saw the White Thing. Two massive ones in the Party Room. And two equally large ones in the Hallway, one just a few feet away from your barricaded Office door.

If you're going to survive in the long-term, most of you are intuiting that you'll need more land to cover, and if you can't purchase it, you may have to make it yourself or get crafty in the meantime.

There's a few feet beneath the floorboards you could fit under... acid notwithstanding. Crawlspace.

There is a roof and while you haven't checked, there has to be a ladder outside somewhere to potentially hide on top of.

So far you've been very lucky, but there's no guarantee that's going to last forever.

In the meantime, you do have access to your Computer. And of course, the only Internet you have access to is the Portal to buy new materials for your Office and whatever random miscellaneous good is the Special today.
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>>5000543
I say we look at what we can buy. Maybe the special? We're not doing great on funds and we have fazbear's repair bill to pay tomorrow.
Also, if we end up going to the roof we need to be careful to watch our step because we only have HALF a roof. And i'm not sure the crawlspace is an option until we get a solution to Mr. Hugs' indigestion. The crawlspace is probably filled to the fucking brim with acid. Speaking of that, i hope it doesn't hit any pipes or wires.
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>>5000543
Crawlspace is likely a no-go, and we don't have a ladder at the moment. Was there only cleaning and party supplies under the "supplies" option? If so we should check the special.
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>>5000549
Or at the very least, get a very durable bucket made out of steel or something

But then again, we're probably dealing with supernatural acid...
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>>5000549
Yeah, we can't do shit about the acid boy. Let's just buy some shit and plan to deal with acid boy later.
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>>5000543
My suggestion is that we perhaps invest our money into some kind of "containment room" where we can lure the animatronics, or rather their terrifying counterparts at the start of every night. For example, Foxy seems to want his mother, so perhaps we put some stuffed toys and play a tape of a soothing voice in this spare room to lure him there each night? For Mr. Hugs... uh... he wants to clean, right? We make a big mess in there on an acidproof surface and he'll spend the night trying to clean it.

A hidden room seems dreadfully common for Fazbear buildings anyways.
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>>5000989
A reverse saferoom you say? Keep in mind it'll have to be fairly sizeable for both of them, not to mention the acid will just build up and eat away the walls and door since there's nowhere for the acid to actually go.
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>>5000989
>>5001203
Cant we just have flooring of playroom made out of concrete or ceramic tiles? Hugs seems to be content staying in one place, at least for now.
It would probably be easier to clean after guests too. A simple drain and pipe outside should deal with possible nightly acid buildup.
Also, in the morning lets move the playroom tables bit more south, both out remaining one and possible replacement for destroyed one, should help with preventing their damage at least for a while, acid doesn't seem to spread too far for now.
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I should have mentioned, since the quest is now on a day-to-day basis on being updated rather than weekly sessions: I work doubles on Saturdays and Sundays, there usually won't be updates on those days.

I'm also tinkering with the night system a tiny bit. The Rule Document for this game is still being tinkered with as you guys play to find a good balance.

Mainly to account for things like the "cellar"/under the Pizzeria, and the roof, as well as paths in the Wood should you ever decide to make a run for it if the night gets overwhelming.
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>>5001977
Don't overexert now, it'll burn ya.
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>>5001977
As other anon says, this is some real good shit, make sure to rest after your doubles and only run when you feel comfortable doing so.
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>>5001977
Don't burn yourself out mang, keep a steady pace, not a fast one

I've never seen a FNAF quest done before as far as I know so this is new, and I want it to succeed. I'm liking what you're doing so far. Keep'er goin lad!
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You decide to risk running the Computer briefly, the barricade should help muffle the noise of the abysmal dial up internet.

The ideal Daily Special would be a stainless steel room to lock the Vacuum and Canine in to make your night easier... But you'll have to settle for what Corporate offers.

As you click the single desktop icon: "SUPPLIES", the computer screams in protest, the speakers blasting garbled nonsense before the computer rests at an obnoxiously loud hum. Most of the Hive cringe at the noise, and try to listen if that triggered the Canine to come after you.

The Computer is too damn loud, you have no idea if anything is in the Hallway.

Hell, forgot the Hallway, the whole damn Wood probably know you're here now.
...

The Daily Special is:

>Gumball Machine, 50 USD, guarantees a small bonus to Revenue every single Day!
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>>5003975
...fuck you daily special
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>>5003975
............well that's pretty disappointing
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>>5003975
My disappointment is immeasurable, and my day is ruined.

Is it possible to upgrade the computer or the internet?
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>>5003975
Something seems quite strange with the computer's background. Although 50 bucks for a gumball machine seems like quite the steal.
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>>5003975
Sure, why not we can buy it and run away it ill pay itself. I was thinking that maybe we could jump on one of the tables and try jumping to the stage, after that we could just push Mr.Bulimia in the hole he made yesterday.
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>>5003975

...Well then.

Hmph, what the hell, let's buy it anyway. A revenue bonus this early on will pay for itself in time. We should think about the long term.

More money, more stuff we can afford.

Buy it.
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>>5003975
Buy it. Extra money can save our asses.
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>>5003975
Hell yeah, buy that shit.

>>5004147
That would probably break him. Damaging one of our valued performers should be avoided by any means necessary.


Also, I think if we get the chance sometime tonight or tomorrow night we should check on the cove just to see if foxy's there.
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>>5004516
We just have to very carefuly put him him there them
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>>5004525
What if when we go to grab him he pivots around and melts us?
I'm not a fan of melting in a puddle of black acid unknown to science which is probably paranormal and my own liquified body.
I say we leave the little man alone until we can figure out a permanent solution. Also we haven't talked to him since the first day. We should do that first thing tomorrow.
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>>5004529
I think we should take care of him beacuse I dont know how much floor we are gona get tomorrow to be replaced and we could just have a bigger hole.You think we can call manegment for a hazmat suit? Those things are expensive but at least acid resistant. We also have to discover what the puppet letter means, maybe leave a note outside?
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>>5004544
Acid resistant suits are only 50 or so bucks. Whether management can provide one or not is a different story.
Also we already translated the note.
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I didn’t ditch, I got called into work— damn
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>>5004719
If work calls, work calls. Don't sweat it dude.
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>>5004719
At least you let us know, so we didn't think you died in a freak dentist accident
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Well, you already took a major risk to your health logging onto this damned thing, you go ahead and purchase the Gumball Machine. Passive income may help mediate the funds that will inevitable come from the damages of the Night.

As soon as the purchase goes through, you yank the plug on the stupid thing to shut it up. The ever-present loud gurgling is eclipsed slightly by the sound of two knocks.

A door creaks from the Hallway.

Something is shuffling through the Hall.

Dragging of some kind can be heard from the Party Room, aside from that, the buzzing of thousands of insects and other things from the Wood.
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>>5005002
Ah. Shit.
Did someone break in?
I think at a minimum we'll be taking damage.
Unless they delivered our third animatronic in the middle of the night and that's it somehow.
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>>5005002
May as well check out that dragging. It's certainly a new sound
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>>5005002
That is not a good sign at all. We need to check it out.
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>>5005002
We need to check it out. If need be, we can escape to the kitchen pantry again, but anything new is no bueno.
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>>5005002
Lets see our new visitor whit luck it ill be the puppet.
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AND the Internet has been down in my county all day, I’m gonna funny scream at this point.
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>>5005002
Do we have any other choice at this point?
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A new source of noise is, well, a new source for concern. This location seems pretty locked away at night, you ready your knife and slide the barricade out of the way. You leave the Office door ajar, just in case you need to run back.

There's a whistling sound raising and lowering in tempo, it takes you a moment to register that it's not a monster, but the wind. The door to the Playground is wide open and is being pushed back and forth by the trails of wind racing between the many, many trees.

As you go to face it, you're blasted in the face by an intense beam of light. Panic and the urge to run sets in from the disorienting effect, quickly quieted when you see the source.

You find what looks like a flashlight with a note in that same strange language from earlier.
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>>5006070
Huh. A friendly visi-
Is.
Is that door OPEN?
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>>5006070
On one hand, this puppet has been nothing but kind to us. On the other hand, I'm fucking terrified of going outside

Just, like, wave out into the woods in thanks and keep the flashlight.
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>>5006070
That's quite a gift. We should muster up the courage to thank them sometime.
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You definitely plan on keeping that flashlight, it looks like the White Thing had to open the door to drop it off.

That the lock didn't stop it at all is worrying.

The Hive does not like that very much. With little more than a quick glance, you wave to the outdoors, close the door, and lock it again. You would like to be friendly to this seemingly non-hostile entity, but aren't ready to brave the Wood to do so.

It dawns on you that the windows behind you aren't much for protection either, some blinds would do well for keeping whatever is outside from looking in. Or Hell, even boarding it up.

To your relief, the crickets get louder, reason being that the gurgling stops. It looks like the Vacuum finally emptied out. There's still a massive pool of acid, but at least you can hear the Pizzeria around you clearly now.

A faint growling is mingling with what sounds like a boy hyperventilating from the Party Room. The occasional sound of splintering wood makes a portion of the Hive jump.

You can't survive between a hallway and your Office forever. You may be able to pull through tonight, but not forever.
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>>5006128
Weee should probably check on the party room. Just to be safe.
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>>5006128
I say we check the damage Mr. Hugs did. The crying is probably just Foxy LARPing as a real boy again.
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>>5006128
A spastic vulpine in the same room as a highly caustic pool of acid seems like a recipe for PROPERTY DAMAGE
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>>5006128
Yeah, the party room is probably our next on the to do list.

Also, can anyone translate the first part of the flashlight message? I translated the second part, and it says 'me'
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>>5006525
(It says 'Visit me')
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>>5006525
Only part I managed to properly translate was "visit". What a coinkeydink.

>>5006128
Sloooooooooooowly peek into the party room. Be ready to run back into the office.
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>>5006128
Peek into the party room, be on guard.
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>>5006813
>>5006635
Supporting these
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After checking again to make certain the door to the Wood is locked, you decide to risk the Party Room.

Armed with your knife, you flick off the flashlight in an attempt to lower visibility even more.

Baby.

Steps.

You peek into the Party Room... the acid is still sizzling away and ruining the floorboard, but at least the Vacuum has stopped spitting up more.

Hell, maybe the other Party Table was spared, if you want to dream big.

Wooden scraps and splinter-dust coats the floor where the Canine obliterated the Kitchen door. There is almost complete darkness, but your flashlight would be suic
>"Help! He's coming back for me!! Leave me alone! I don’t know you!! Please go away!!"

The Canine drags towards you, its legs seemingly crippled, using a rusted hook and fur-stripped hand to approach, crawling--ready to pounce at you, gleaming fangs gnashing at the air with loud clacks.
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>>5007193
It's crippled! We can dodge more easily!
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>>5007193
Close the door then back away up the hallway. Flashlight off, as there are big windows here and we don't want the spooky forest "friends" to come pay us an unneeded visit. Listen for the Canine's rush, if he's going to pursue. He's crippled and the only weapons he has are his teeth and his hook. Dodge both and we're safe. Best way to do that is to not be directly in front of him or cornered.
OH YEAH FOXY IS LIGHT SENSITIVE AND WE JUST GOT A FUCKING FLASHLIGHT
SAVE THAT SHIT AS LAST RESORT CLOSE-RANGE DISORIENTING, BECAUSE WE DON'T WANNA LIGHT UP AND MAKE OURSELVES SEEN BY THE FOREST FUCKS OUT THE HALLWAY WINDOWS

>>5007352
Being off to his left facing his non-hook hand is the safest we can be near him, outside of odd angles or far away as possible. If the Canine goes through the door, his left is facing the corner and his right is facing up the hallway. That's a problem for juking him, but nothing we can do about that.
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You're well aware that the Canine is not easily swayed or talked down, and after stewing in a panic in the Kitchen for so long, the tension in every sparking joint is all the more present in its snarling, rattling form.

You slowly close the door, speeding to a slam as the Canine leaps forward-

CRRRA-KRAK!!

Panic.

A glint of silver followed by a phantom terror.

The hooked hand penetrates the door like it's cardboard, and finds a burying point in your face..

The Hive screams in panic as one of your eyes is slit, the hook jerking back violently, taking a chunk of 'skin' with it.

The Canine's arm is wedged in the door, you jerk backwards, collapsing onto the ground in shock, half of your ‘face’ gone.

The Canine's teeth continue snapping audibly, the hook waving wildly into the Hallway. The door is closed but the Kitchen door was proof that won’t stop this monster.

If he breaks through, this could be how you die.

All of you.
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>>5007389
Goddamnit we should have just ran. We can scream something like "YOUR MOM IS CALLING FOR YOU, SHE'S AT THE FRONT DOOR!" and see if that works. We could go eye-for-an-eye and blind him with the flashlight, then impale our knife right in his face. Or we could just cut and run to our office and barricade there. Personally, I'm starting to think we need a secret passage doorway installed into the bathroom for us, to slip from there directly into the hallway and avoid any ganks and bad shit. I'd rather wait for more people before I vote though, these are just tentative suggestions.
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>>5007389
Fleeing seems like the best option, hopefully we can get another face made. Maybe we should run outside?
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>>5007389
We should have gone to the fucking kitchen. I have no clue what to do, maybe try to lure him into the hole of the main area.
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>>5007389

>GET SOME! Grab the Canine's wrist with one hand and pull until you can get your other hand on the elbow and press the wrist against whichever side of the door jamb bends the elbow joint backwards. Lets fuck up his elbow so he can't swing that hook around.
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>>5007475
>run to kitchen
>the room with the door busted off its hinges
Riiiiiiiiight...

>>5007429
No running outside. I hope we can at least get a mask or something to patch up the face.
>inb4 face repairs itself due to nanomachines

>>5007500
This is a good risky move here... His arm is stuck through the door, waving the hook wildly. Technically, he's gimping himself too.
Fuck it, we can regen 3 HP back easy over this next day. BACKING THIS OPTION LET'S GO BOYS
...Could a cheap martial arts book be a good investment sometime?
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>>5007527
No need for a martial arts book if at least one person in the hive can spew out genuine hand to hand combat moves and tactics.

>>5007389
I would rather we not take the risk and just run. I'm not sure if our office door can stop him though.

>>5007500
If nobody else wants to take the safe decision and run i'm supporting this.

P.S.
I voted to take a risk ONCE and we get fucking raped. Safety is key. The more we're damaged the more precious, precious time we have to spend resting. If we DON'T rest, we have a smaller pool to rely on if shit goes south.
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>>5007527
We should have avoided him not locate him and we would at least see the damage he did.
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>>5007603
>No need for a martial arts book if at least one person in the hive can spew out genuine hand to hand combat moves and tactics.

...Good point. Wonder what else we could use that for? I mean, certainly it'd be a way for us to leverage the proposed benefits of the whole hive-mind setup.
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Your body is already slow and hard to use as it is, one hundred of the Hive have to work in tandem to carry out even basic actions. You are not equipped for fighting. A basic stabbing motion, or falling onto your ass and crawling away are about the full extent of your combat capabilities.

Fortunately, a basic stabbing motion is all you need when the Canine's arm is trapped right in front of you. You wait and prepare for what's to happen.

>Crack...

>Crack...kll-crk--

More of its body weight is against the door now, digging its arm deeper, just a few more seconds and--

Drive your dagger into his elbow, bending it backwards, and for good measure, slamming the broken joint into the wall beside the door. A child screams, words becoming disjointed blubbering as the beast struggles, but for now is trapped. Some mix of begging you not to touch him, and to call the police comes from the child's mouth while the Canine's only audible response is the loud snapping of jaws and the cracking of rusted joints.

You step backwards and if you could, would exhale sharply. Ruined face aside, you've earned relative safety for a bit longer.
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>>5007821
Try to go to the stage we will have more movement room there if we still have a floor.
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>>5007848
Anon, we're on the wrong side of the door for that. We should try barricading ourselves in the office. If that proves too unsafe, we always have a flashlight to maybe stun or the outside if we're really unlucky.
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>>5007854
+1 office barricade time
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>>5007821
+1 office barracade.

Some thoughts. We can't rise to the occasion but we can probably default to pre-agreed upon and practiced actions. We could practice fighting stance, throwing consecutive basic punches, taking steps back, the doorway grab and stab, flashlight flashing, room clearing(slicing the pie), and jumping back if surprised.

Other thoughts. There are likely resources outside like rocks or sticks we can toss while inside as distractions. Other than that, we might find some wood or nails or possibly fashion a stone hammer or axe. It'll take time though.
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>>5007854
We are gona go bankrupt because of doors, what a night
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>>5007951
We need to rest and clean the building up more. Getting the rusty chain should be on our list as well. I wonder if QM will put a surprise special animatronic up for sale at some point: Freddy Fuckboy
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>>5007984
If we need a chain, there's no harm in cannibalizing the swings.
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>>5007984
We already have enough debauchery with foxy roleplaying as a kid and hugsy destroying the restaurant he tries so hard to clean

Also, for the distraction, could we use speakers and the noise system from fnaf 3 and pizzeria simulator?
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>>5007984
IN-HALE
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>>5007821

>Your body is already slow and hard to use as it is, one hundred of the Hive have to work in tandem to carry out even basic actions. You are not equipped for fighting. A basic stabbing motion, or falling onto your ass and crawling away are about the full extent of your combat capabilities.

GodDAMN this fucking shell!

...If only we could improve it...
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>>5007848
Are you fucking high

>>5007903
My man's out here playing rust

>>5007854
>>5007821
Going back into the office and sliding the barricade back into place is our best bet.

In the morning we should see if foxy's arm is fucked up. We also reaaaaally need to talk to Hugs. We haven't in a day or two. Not to mention Rockstar Bon.
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>>5008036
Day 18: I've found I can weave grass into cordage faster if I sync the hand motions to the beat of the Macerena, one of the few songs nearly everyone in the hivemind seems to know. Soon the hatchet will be complete and I might even get some work on the ghillie suit started by next week.
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>>5008141
I have no goddamn clue what the Macerena sounds like. I remember white women doing the dance in high school and that's it.
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>>5008146
For your listening pleasure: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uZW4vbIstoo
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>>5008158
god.
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The next option is straightforward.

You run to the office and barricade yourself in. You can only pray (for those of the Hive that do) that the Canine gives up on giving chase after sustaining the injury and fucks off when it frees itself.

Given the erratic spasms, you had to have hurt it. You didn't just defend yourself, you fought back. Even with this clumsy, janky body, there is some hope of surviving against these monsters, however small.

You go to the Office and move the barricade back. It's just a shelf full of Fazbear oriented coffee mugs and stacks of paper. The room is small enough the flashlight isn't necessary, so you rely on your natural 'eyesight'.

As the flashlight beam dies, you realize a side effect to the Canine's hook. One of your oculars is dead, limiting your visibility even further.

God, you hope you can rest that off.


A child goes from screaming to simply crying, still trapped where you pinned its mechanic form's arm to the wall.
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>>5008199
We rest now and hope to god that the nanobots or whatever heals us fixes it.
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>>5008199
Rest. Dubs be with us.
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The Hive is missing a fucking eye.

You bought some time, you have a barricade, you don't want to die, and while you can't physically feel pain, the distress that would come from this sort of handicap is still very real.

>KRAK--

>"I... it hurts too much, mommy..."

A child breaks down crying hysterically, the door sounds like it was shattered, but nothing is moving. It looks like that broke its spirit.

There is nothing but the sound of crickets and the dull hiss of the acid hopefully losing its potency . If that's how acid works, most of the Hive has no idea. The hysteric panic of the child is reduced to quiet sobs.

You rest while you can.

---

You could kiss the dark, dreary sky. Your ocular does repair itself on its own.

Every small blessing counts during these hours.
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>>5008213
rest again.
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Rest. We don't do any more risks tonight, we can deal with it in the morning.

Pray to whatever higher lifeform/diety/god/computer/??? runs this world.
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>>5008213
We're gonna have to see if our face repaired itself too. If not, we're gonna scare the kids!
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>>5008223
We don't usually see the kids anyways because of our already monstrous appearance.
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That's enough for one Night. You have to be ready for the upcoming Day.

If something charges, the barricade hasn't failed you yet. You're willing to risk it. You already lost two doors, how much worse can it get?

Hell, you have to risk it.

The Pizzeria gets worryingly quiet, even the crickets seem to ease up, a lone dog barks in the distance..

You Rest.

---

You wake up, and the endoskeleton of your face is a bit less ruined.

You survive your Second Night on the Job.
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>>5008238
Let's spend our first hour cleaning what debris we can and making the place presentable.

After that we can worry about our performers.
And our new one.
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Archive to the Second Day and Night:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1J1Shapyq9SYNU92iEtWRo_uKB_Cns2nw9q7IHE2XBm0/edit?usp=sharing

I'll have to make a proper OP page later on.

Hopefully this has been a fun one- I'm trying to do more art and not rely on sprites, and to help keep the Pizzeria visible while events are happening, I started attempting to do 'half screen' art or dynamic images that overlap like these: >>5007389 , >>5007193 , >>5006070

Let me know if you like that style or not. By all means, both here or in the general, if you have any criticism or thoughts on presentation, please let me know.
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>>5008245
I think it works great. I see exactly what you're going for and it animates itself in my head. I don't have any real complaints or criticisms. Good job, Ghost.
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>>5008238
Yeah. Clean shit up, I'm most worried about the damages done by Mr. Hugs since that was our only table left. Then check Foxy, let's see if damages sustained from fighting their nightmare forms or whatever carries over into the daylight hours.

Later, perhaps look into whether we can upgrade our shell to be a bit more resilient or evasive.
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>>5008334
Bro, fuck the body. We need better doors. We need to avoid fighting them entirely. If we damage them too much we lose our performer, and if we get into an encounter with one that's a situation we might not make it out of.

Now that i think about it, a bigger pizzeria might not be all that good. We can't run. An open area is a death sentence.
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Day 3

Just as yesterday, as your internal clock chimes 7AM, everything goes dark as the many souls of the Hive seem to reset and you truly ‘wake up’ a few moments later. Around thirty to be exact.

The truck is here and two men in Freddy Fazbear masks and black business suits walk out of your Pizzeria.

One is driving a fair-sized forklift. The forklift worker lowers a ramp from inside the massive truck, and drives the forklift into the darkness. It looks like it takes a lot more work to move an Animatronic in comparison to regular supplies. Your poor wallet...

The other man hands you a receipt paper.

>Party Supplies (WF Quality), R.Bon Animatronic, Gumball Machine x1, Table repair, Total Costs for Shipping and Repair: 32 USD.

You remark how that’s incredibly fair to the man- but he’d already left and the truck is revved to drive off into the Wood. Not very personable... But those advantages on Shipping Prices are really paying off. You were expecting Shipping Prices in the hundreds range, Hell, they should be.

You’ll need the money, as things are... going to be difficult today. You do have a second table again, but the floor damage is still a problem. The Kitchen Door is still in splinters... There’s a massive hole in the door to the Hallway...

The acid-ruined flooring in the Party Room keeps the comfortable guest area smaller, but on the upside your newest robot, Rockstar Bonnie, has a stage allowing just enough to fit in to nullify that damage. It looks... kind of dead?

You feel a sense of overall unease that wasn’t present the past two days... Something in the air itself, which is strange, as you cannot smell or taste.
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>>5008248
I'm really glad you like it, it's only been a few weeks, but running a REAL quest again, not just an idle sorta time killer, it feels good. It's been too long since a project of mine didn't have a whole folder dedicated to it. Pic related.

You guys kick ass too for helping KEEP a FNAF Quest running arguably seven years after its prime.
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>>5008361
You should probably check up on our new performer!
>>5008367
It's good to see you get back in your groove. Although it's not breathing life into the general, at least some people are having fun.
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>>5008361
Let's meet our newest performer.
Afterwards, we can check on Foxy and see if he has some of the damage we dealt him.
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>>5008361
Check on our newest member. We should check on Foxy and Mr. Hugs afterward too
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>>5008417
+1
Super curious as to the state of Foxy.
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>>5007990
>>5008006
>Freddy Fuckboy $666 (-20% Public Awareness, +60% Entertainment Value, +20% Shipping Costs, -60% Health & Safety, +4 Animatronic Capacity, +10 Guest Capacity, has a 100% chance to cause crazy things to happen in your pizzeria both day and night)
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>>5008434
at least we will get WEED to smoke with him
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>>5008458
get crunk
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>>5008367
Appears to be
Hmmm
A rabbit on that blurred paper.

>>5008361
Let's meet rockstar bon. Then Mr Hugs and Foxy. In that order.
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>>5008361
Dont suppose we could buy steel doors? The wood ones arent very effective and we are gona get a new monster tonight
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>>5008361
Ok need to put this out but the next animatronic should be a chick, because if we get another dude this will become a sausage party.
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>>5008648
Expansions may include better quality security measures. The Daily Special
is also randomized by a 1d20 of assorted stuff. A few of those may or may not hypothetically help with securing locations. Every days’ potential Robots and Daily Specials are written well in advance, so you never know!
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>>5008680
Problem is that with somebody like Funtime Chica or Ballora, at least 25% of the Hive if not more will want to fuck them. I'd rather get more meme animatronics later for some unique challenge. Investing in some music CDs could be nice for Rockstar Bonnie, or get Foxy some more pirate gear or citrus-flavored motor oil to stave off robot pirate scurvy.

>>5008719
Opinion on Fuckboys animatronics in the unknown distant future?
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>>5008719
Thanks for the info .
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>>5008738
We considered buying the internet fox for more safety but the entertinment would go negative now whit the rabbit I think it would be okay if we bought her but we would need to expand first for safety
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>>5008771
I want to clean a fuckton more, get a secret passage built, secure the roof so we don't have tarps between us and the outside, close that floor hole, and counter that acid. Making a list of things we need to do should be priority, like befriending the forest puppet.
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>>5008777
We need water for the acid so maybe just a lot of buckets? We should leave something for the puppet, maybe pizza he did give us apples.
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>>5008804
Maybe a working hose could be Better? then again that would also be easier to damage.

If we could figure out a Way to stop this bs from the source. would be a lot more useful of course
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>>5008894
We could use a rope to tie him above the hole, that way he wont destroy the floor.We could also try using his vomit to clean the bathroons but its risky.
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Or, we could just use a bucket that has acid resistant materials, like copper or nickel.

But yeah, acid cleaning toilets sounds good. Recycling and save the environment and stuff
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>>5008905

At this point I'm convinced the acid is the only thing that'll truly cleanse the toilet with the sheer state it's in.
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>>5008910
ANON, YOU'RE A GENIUS!

Could we potentially stop up the toilet or sink with a plunger and repeatedly flush/leave the water running to get a bunch of water on the floor to move into the acid with our mop?
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>>5008915
Wont that fuck the floor and mop too much?
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>>5008771
I still don't think Lolbit is a good idea.

>>5008777
Bro i don't even think we CAN do that.
Also witnessed holy trips.

>>5008915
Two words. Water damage.
We have wood floors, nigga.
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>>5008771
>>5009031
you can't buy lolbit, the bots cycle every day
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>>5009042
I am well aware.
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>>5008361
Talk to the new performer, then check up with the others. Perhaps consider finding a way to utilize or store Mr. Hug's ultra-acidic vomit as a potential future trap or a de-greasing/cleaning agent.

>>5008915
Four words: acid corrosion to pipes. This happens with long-term bulimics who corrode the pipes away. You'll get rid of the stains certainly, but you'll do irreparable damage to the underlying plumbing.
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You have some ideas to keep your mind off your unease, mainly ideas of how to reinforce the walls, better your doors, clean a bit more maybe?

Then again, the floors are as clean as they can get right now... Whatever Health issues linger seem to stem more from the guests being stupid and the robots themselves. Namely a certain red Pirate who can't help itself.

Gah!

Construction is an issue though, you don't have any tools! There might be a shed somewhere, the idea of Corporate not giving you one is hard to believe, but you didn't see one immediately outside the Pizzeria's vicinity... You can't even get to the roof without a ladder.

It'd be great if you could have free conversation with the Truck Drivers about these crucial issues, but it looks like they're under some agreement to keep conversation to a minimum.

---

Whatever, this is pointless to dwell on for now. Your new robot is in, and it's best to get to know your newest model.

A rather gross looking mauve ribbon is laced behind the seemingly dead robot reading 'Rock!' and riddled with stars and flames. The robot itself is a dark blue with a strange double-hump over its black sockets. A thin layer of dust and sawdust coats its features.

Its jaw is also strangely uneven to one side, and you notice that only one hinge seems to be inside its maw, on the Rockstar's right side.

>"MANAGERIAL HIVE ACKNOWLEDGED."

You nearly jump as a loud, emotionless tone emanates from the tall rabbit looking machine. Its chest rattles slightly, but seems far less shaky than Foxy as it boots.

>"GREETINGS. THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING THIS ROCKSTAR BONNIE MODEL; #AR12417. THIS MODEL WILL ALSO RESPOND TO STARBON, DEPENDING ON USER PREFERENCE."

>"CUSTOMIZATION OPTIONS WILL BE OFFERED NOW: IS THIS MODEL TO BE IDENTIFIED AS MALE OR FEMALE"
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>>5009381
>"Female. All of the others are male so we don't really need another male one."

I mean, we have Mr. Hugs and Foxy last I checked. Might as well add a chick.
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>>5009381
>>5009383
Agreed on adding a chick. It'd add a nice balance to our cast.
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>>5009381
Lets clean the dust and ask about the broken jaw.
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>>5009381
the choice would be clearly female because of the fact that we have only males for now
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>>5009381
>Female

Alright fellas, a female has been located, time to start the waifu wars: robot fucker edition
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>>5009381
>"Female. All of the others are male so we don't really need another male one."
Echoing this voice.
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>>5009381
The chest is feminine enough. Woman it is.
Also StarBon is a fucking adorable name, let's use that.
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>>5009381
>"Female. All of the others are male so we don't really need another male one."
Call them StarBon

>>5009423
I'm all in for going balls deep into Ballora when/if we get her in our pizzeria
https://pastebin.com/E36HtNai
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>>5009703
It was a meme man and why do you have ballora erotica
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>>5009381
Female Starbon I guess.
don't want this hodgepodge of a Band we're forming to be a Sauage fest.
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>>5009381
>>5009505
Actually, i change my voice, and vote for an Androgynous model. Both cause its more interesting, and to see if Rockstar Bonnie is flexible.
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>>5009784
Very cringe and gay. Rabbit wife with a cute nickname is a must.
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>>5009381

>Female Bnnuy
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>>5009703
I'm all for not having a monster at night that relies on hearing.
We won't be able to use our office, move around, or anything, really.
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<Statement: Female.>

...

...

>"... The correct answer is 'it', dude."

The robot begins to hum internally, three-digit fingers clenching and releasing, rattling until the dust scatters onto the floor around Rockstar Bonnie. It does a couple shoulder rotations, joints creaking into place.

The darkness gives way to a startling green light that settles into two oddly tired looking green eyes, jaw open in a perpetual lazy half grin. The robot puts its hands on its hips, eyeing you up and down.

>"That whole 'gender the robot' thing is Survival 101, and you're totally gonna die with that mindset. Humanizing your robots is a good way to get all twenty of you killed. Or is it thirty now? You Hiveminds are hard to read, but judging by the jitters there must be a lot."

The voice is a bit raspy and hard to identify what its based off of. Tomboyish comes to mind, but every few words the tone would drop into a baritone, before lifting back up abruptly.

This robot seems very casual for just mentioning your deaths, eyeing up your Pizzeria now with moderate interest.

>"Yikes. Must have been a heck of a party last night, Harvey Dent. "

...

Okay, so your Rockstar apparently is aware of a lot more than your other robots. Also worryingly sassy for an automaton.
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>>5010029
Slap her right in her sassy fucking robot mouth. I will not tolerate backtalk from the performers. I love them as my children so i must discipline them as my children.
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>>5010037
Good thing you're never gonna have children, anon.
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>>5010042
Perhaps
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>>5010029
Pft, we're only doing it for marketing reasons, you pile of bolts. Regardless, yeah. About the damages.

Just perform for the little kids, aight? Do your song and dance. Earn me a buck. Before you gut me like a fish at 2 AM
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>>5010029
It seems we can cut to the chase sooner than we though. Will you be this smarmy during the night or will you turn like the others?
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<Statement>The gender is for marketing, we're indifferent.

>"Oh? Well darn, that smarts a bit but I admire the gumption. We're programmed to wanna be pals and loved and all that jazz, but ... self awareness is rough. I don't think your other robot buds have to deal with that."

<Inquiry>You're self aware? To what extent?

Rockbon mimes an attempt at awkwardly scratching its neck before leaning back against the wood wall.

>"We're built with full recollections of our original purpose. Cap'n thinks he's in the '80s... Vacuum boy is programmed with a one-dimensional personality since he was never on a real stage... They have no idea what happens at night, or anything beyond being a performer. Must be nice..."

<Follow-up Inquiry>And you know more?

>"Well... for one thing, if anything goes screwy tonight, the memory wipe each morning is legit, it well and truly is nothing personal. And uh..."

Rockbon looks towards the stage, musing in a way that almost seemed melancholic before speaking a bit quieter.

>"They don't mean it either, they don't even know it happens. I know I just got here, but I'm a recent model, that's why I know things. Please don't let them know about what they do at night. They may not be real, but even simulated emotions are real to us. None of us want to hurt anyone."

Then why have these night modes in the first place? Is every robot Fazbear owns actually haunted?

For a robot that apparently has some actual answers, she- or it, is really good at somehow making things more confusing.

<Statement>Just do the song and dance routine, and we'll be fine. Earn some money before you stab me tonight, at least.

Rockbon gives a simulated chuckle, dodging your gaze.

>"That's... ha, really not funny, Boss... But will do."
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>>5010129
Humor's hard after what happened last night. Just being able to talk to someone (or something) is comforting, though.

Hope we can understand each other and work together. Alright?
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>>5010129
Wish them a good day, we gotta see how Mr. Knifeinhiselbow is doing
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>>5010129
Any advice for staying alive, Starbon?
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>>5010169
>>5010352
these two in that order
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>>5010129
Give her a rag so she can clean herself.
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>>5010129
Inquiry: Are you aware of the purpose behind the night mode?

They are so far my favorite character, gladly will see more of them.

OOC:Real good work on this quest mate.
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>>5010129
Mr Hugs and then >>5010352.
Remember we didn't talk to hugs yesterday.

If I were a little bit more of an asshole i'd say we tell everyone what they do at night for the lols. But i'm not.
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>>5010129
One thing we can consider, having 3 bots now means we can "incapacitate" one of them at night if things get out of control, hopefully it won't get to that but it's something to keep in mind
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>>5010911
That's counting on us actually being able to land our hits without being killed first.

(Also i'm pretty sure when we beat the shit out of a robot it's just gone. I might be misremembering though.)