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Bonnie's Crazy Halloween Adventure

By Kingstriker19

Adventure / Horror

The Pranks

Halloween, one of Bonnie and his friends' favorite times of the year. The purple bunny of course was the most excited, he loved to dress in the scariest outfits and get more candy than the others. He always tried to outdo the others' costume choices and Foxy rivaled him a lot in it since he always went as a pirate, and in this city, pirates were more amazing for adults to see on Halloween. Chica often went as something cute and adorable, but Freddy always had a hard time figuring out what to wear but usually found something useful. 

A week before Halloween, the four animals met up at Bonnie's house where discussing their costume ideas. Bonnie sat on his bed while the other three sat on the floor.

"So...what should this year's costumes be?" Bonnie tapped the pencil to his chin in thought.

"Arr, I be going as a pirate like always! After all I am a real pirate!" Foxy scoffed.

"How many times do we have to tell you this, just because you always wear that eye-patch and have a hook for a hand doesn't make you an official pirate." Bonnie said flatly.

"IT DOES TOO! Ye forget I have no hand under this hook, and I'm blind in this eye!" Foxy pointed to his eye-patch.

"Fine whatever, anyways, what about you Chica?" Bonnie asked.

"Hmm, I thought about maybe some kind of princess. But I don't know the colors for the outfit yet. Do you have any suggestions?"

"Well you're already yellow, so how about red, or orange, anything that's a warm color basically...or if you want to use cold colors, how about blue?" Bonnie suggested.

"Wow thanks, I'll think about them." Chica chirped.

"Well Freddy, what about you?" Bonnie asked.

"I have a few ideas, maybe a knight, or a mummy, or some kind of robot." Freddy said.

Interesting...well you have one week to choose, unless you come up with a fourth idea." Bonnie wrote the stuff down.

"Okay Bonnie you're up...what will ye be? Remember, adults love pirates!" Foxy smirked.

"To be honest, I'm not competing with you this time...I thought I'd simply be a vampire, I have the perfect look for it." Bonnie said proudly.

"Ye mean like how you have no eyebrows?" Freddy smirked.

Chica and Foxy laughed and Bonnie nearly broke the pencil in his hands.

"Shut up Freddy. Now I think that's everything for the costumes. I'm sure most of the houses will be available to go to. Usually people to the left of here give out bigger sized candy bars. I'd say we go left first." Bonnie said.

"Yeah I agree, it's better to go early too! Knowing all these other people on this block, they'll be trying to get there first. I'm not trying to start a fight on Halloween." Freddy said.

"Exactly, I can already tell this will be one of the best Halloweens yet!" Bonnie wrote more stuff down and his long ears wiggled in joy.

"Unfortunately, it's one of our last, 3 more years and we're stuck with buying candy instead." Chica sighed.

"That also means 3 more years of Bonnie playing pranks on us before Halloween." Foxy growled.

Freddy and Chica angrily glared at the bunny who smirked remembering the pranks he pulled on them last year.

"What? It's fun!" Bonnie shrugged.

"FUN? Last year you filled my hat with melted chocolate, do you know how long it took to clean all that up?" Freddy snarled.

"You got it out didn't ya?"

Freddy's eye twitched and he growled like an actual bear ready to pounce on him but Bonnie only laughed. Then Chica spoke up.

"Also last year, you put fake spiders in my bed!" Chica snarled.

"How did he get in your house?" Freddy asked.

"My parents forgot to lock the front door." Chica pouted.

"You screamed so loud everyone thought you were dying." Bonnie laughed.

Chica angrily clenched her sharp talons into fists wanting to pummel him. Finally Foxy spoke up.


"Come on, I really got ya didn't I?" Bonnie said.

"GGGGRRRRRR, Bonnie I swear we are about to hurt you! And any prank ye try from now on, we'll just avoid easily this time. Oh and we'll kick yer ass!" Foxy shook his hook at him.

"YEAH!" Freddy and Chica said.

"Pfft, give me yer best shot. I'll still win in the end. I'll have a few surprises in store this week." Bonnie rubbed his hands mischievously.

"BONNIE! DON'T YE DARE!" Foxy stood up.

"Oh I do dare!" Bonnie smirked.

The three hadn't bothered to notice a rope behind Bonnie who turned and pulled it. Just as the three were about to lunge and beat up Bonnie, a large bucket full of flour rained down on the three and Bonnie sprinted out of the room laughing wildly.

"BONNIE!" They all yelled angrily.


"Don't bother, we'll come up with our own plan...on Halloween." Chica said.

"Like what?" Freddy asked.

"Well, have you guys heard about that old mansion on the street behind us? They say it's haunted, and Bonnie hates horror movies and anything haunted...we should go check it out before Halloween and see if it will work." Chica smirked.

"Nice idea, we'll pay him back." Freddy cracked his knuckles.

"But first, I need another shower, I got flour down these shorts." Foxy said.

"That should be uncomfortable." Chica shuttered.

"Yeah let's go, but where did Bonnie go?' Freddy asked.

As they left the room and headed towards the stairs, they didn't know that Bonnie had put grease all over the stairs and they ended up slipping down the stairs and sliding out the front door which Bonnie left open. Outside they landed on the ground with a thud.

"Sorry guys, couldn't help myself." Bonnie said by the door.

"WE WILL BE AVENGED!" Foxy shouted.

Bonnie ran inside, laughed and shut the door just before Foxy could grab him. The three decided to split and go take much needed showers and complained about Bonnie's behavior. 

Bonnie was known in the gang as the prankster and also the brawn of the group. But deep down he was gentle and kind to others, not afraid to get in a fight to save someone or stand up to someone. He had been friends with Freddy, Chica and Foxy since they were babies and they were like family after while. But being like family didn't stop the occasional threats and brief beatings Bonnie received from the others after a prank.

Currently after Bonnie cleaned up the mess that the pranks made, he was sitting in his room thinking about future pranks he had for this week. He figured they would be aware, so he had to be very careful, but more importantly, he needed to get his costume ready.

"I will make sure this is the best Halloween ever, I'm gonna get so much candy, and so many compliments for my costume." Bonnie clapped his hands eagerly.

Later when his parents got back from work, they took him to a costume shop downtown and he picked out everything he needed for his costume, while Foxy stayed the way he was, Freddy and Chica hadn't gone yet since they were still thinking. As the week progressed Chica and Freddy went to get items they needed while trying to avoid Bonnie's pranks, but they couldn't avoid him forever. 

At one point, Bonnie went to Foxy's house and rung the doorbell. Foxy came to the door not knowing that Bonnie had whip cream in his hand. Bonnie smacked Foxy hard in the face splattering the cream all over Foxy's face and Bonnie ran off.

"BONNIE!" Foxy roared.

"SEE YA SUCKER!" Bonnie yelled.

Bonnie raced away as Foxy swung his hook at him but fell on the ground in the process. For Chica, she had learned how to make pizza at such a young age and was about to cut on the oven while holding the pizza in her free hand when Bonnie sprung out of the oven startling Chica.


"I was expecting you to bawk like crazy but screaming works too!" Bonnie shrugged.

Bonnie raced out of the house quickly before Chica could grab him. She realized Bonnie had gotten in through the open window in the living room. With Freddy, he was sitting on a bench at the playground relaxing when Bonnie popped up behind him and honked his nose. Freddy woke up and looked around not seeing anyone. This happened 3 more times before Bonnie made himself known by honking the noise in front of him.

"STOP IT!" Freddy yelled.

"Oh you mean this?"

Bonnie honked it one last time before running off narrowly dodging a punch from Freddy who refused to nap there again. 

During the afternoon on Halloween, Freddy, Chica and Foxy went to check out the 2-story haunted mansion that was painted purple and black. It was extremely big and looked ready to crumble to pieces. The support beams were cracked all over, the countless windows were old and about to fall off and tall creepy trees surrounded it which slowly swayed in the wind. They listened to some groaning coming from the mansion, and the front door creaked open a bit.

"Legend says that a ghost lives inside possesesing something, but nobody ever gets the chance to find out." Chica explained.

"Wait so they died? Then why would we really do this? Surely there's some other way." Freddy said.

"It's worth it, besides I doubt those tales are true." Chica said.

"I agree with the lass, it'll teach Bonnie a lesson once and for all." Foxy said.

"Fine...well we should go back and make sure our costumes are ready." Freddy said.

"Yeah let's go!"

And so the three left the scene, not knowing they were being watched from upstairs in the mansion, a pair of glowing white eyes bent to look angry looking down on them.

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