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FNAF; Night guard's POV

By WolfyRuler

Horror

Night One

 Name: Sabrina Lich

 Age: 17

 Description: Relatively tall, red hair, blue eyes, fiesty, and impatient...


 Night one: 12:45 AM-The empty halls of a kids entertainment place can actually creepy. No, scratch that. Absolutely horrifying. But it's not like anything else really is creepy. Well, maybe the phone guy and the constant sounds echoing through the empty halls. And maybe the fact that Bonnie left the stage. But the animations are on free-roaming mode, so it shouldn't be much of a problem... I think?
 Night one: 1:27 Bonnie is right down the hallway and I'm starting to freak out. I can't really do anything to stop Bonnie, and the phone guy just mentioned the fact that the characters will stuff me in a suit if they catch me... Creepy.
Third-person: 1:38 Sabrina's breath grew quick and short. Sweat dropped from her forehead, as she peered at the flicking lights in the door frame. Bonnie had been hanging around the hallway for quite some time, but now he was right there in the door. He stared  at Sabrina with blood-shot eyes and a horrid stench of mucus and blood.  The terrifying image only for a moment as Sabrina quickly blocked it with the iron door. 
As Bonnie stood behind the door, Sabrina sighed heavily. Thoughts of the close encounter lingered throughout her mind. A monster was just behind her door, this wasn't a nightmare nor it was a prank. This was real. This could be her end.  No second chance. No waking up. No escaping. And she was helpless to stop them. All's what she can do is try to keep them away.
  Night one: 5:30 AM Bonnie appeared outside my door again, thankfully I noticed in time to close the doors.
Night one: 6:00 AM Thankfully my shift just ended and Bonnie shut down, but still I was wary of Him/Her, just in case it (Can't decide gender) decided to suddenly reactivate.  What'll happen tomorrow? Can't wait to find out! 

 Next night will be more eventful, Promise! Thanks for reading~<3
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