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BoC: Five Nights in Paradise

By Xujints the Water Guardian

Mystery / Fantasy

A Golden Opportunity!

Location: Freddy Fazbear's Pizza.

Date: Yet to be inputted.

Time: Yet to be inputted.

Initializing...

Confusion arose in the mind of the once operational Animatronic known as Golden Freddy. He was almost certain he was gone forever, and yet... Here he was, standing alone in what appeared to be an empty Pizzeria, it took a few moments for his optics to adjust to the lighting to notice that, surprisingly, he wasn't alone, standing beside him was a naked endoskeleton that seemed remarkably foreign to him.

He was about to ask himself what was going on, when the endoskeleton was highlighted gold in his vision, he noted the text 'Spring Bonnie'. He was certain he couldn't do that before, and... Spring Bonnie? Benny? He was here too on a show stage beside him, though his eyes were empty, as if he was either in sleep mode or not active in it's entirety. Golden reached out to touch him in disbelief, though to his surprise, he saw a metal hand, similar to that of a human's reaching out. He pulled his hand back, and the metal hand likewise retreated. He then realized that it was his own hand!

He needed answers, desperately. He gently got off the show stage and again, to his surprise, something else new had occurred, in the corner of his vision, a small map of the Pizzeria had appeared, and on this map were numerous little dots and rooms, each of a varying color. His curiosity peaked, he headed towards one of them, the nearest being red. As he entered another room, he saw a large ship like attraction, emblazoned on the side was the name "The Red Fox" and at it's helm was another Endoskeleton. This one, highlighted in red, was named Foxy the Pirate.

'Foxy,' The Animatronic thought to himself, 'If he's here, then surely...'

He continued to look around, examining this room's show stage. Golden smiled, there they were, the trio that he had known for what seemed like forever. Though, had it not been for their highlights, he might not have recognized them. Bonnie the Bunny, Chica the Chicken, and Freddy Fazbear. His family... All together. But this only raised more questions, why? Why was he here? Why were they here?

Hoping to find more answers, he went into another area, this time, on the show stage was Toy Freddy, a.k.a. Red, Toy Chica, who proffered to be called T-Chi, and Toy Bonnie, who was called Clyde. He grinned slightly, though his mind was still troubled, things didn't go so well the last time they were all together like this. Golden turned to notice that, likewise, Balloon boy was in the corner with a large quantity of balloons, and the Puppet, oh the Puppet... His signature box was there. Sephtis... And in the opposite corner was Kid's cove, where Toy Foxy and her companion Tangle were together once more. It was then that his curiosity had reached a new height.

'They are all here...This... This is impossible. This is...'

His train of thought was interrupted by a loud rumbling, similar to that of a stomach.

'… That's... Different.'

In the top left of his vision, he read the text as it appeared, Fuel 3% Food required.

At least somethings never changed... Golden took a moment to look at the map to locate the Pizzeria's Kitchen. He raided the fridge absentmindedly and ate nearly a half of a pepperoni pizza that was inside. Golden was then hit by a pang of guilt, he had just eaten pizza without considering who it was for, or why it was even there. Gosh, he felt just like Bonnie!

He shook his head, there was no fixing this now. It was then that he notice his reflection in the clean counter top. He, like all the others, was a naked endoskeleton. Not only that, but whoever made this new body of his put a meticulous amount of detail into him, he was strikingly similar to how he was before, and yet he still had a hard time recognizing some of the new features he had. It was... Strange.

He returned to the show stage he originated from and pondered his new-found situation. He looked up at Benny once more and smiled, he felt at peace for once. It was then that he noticed a blinking device that was attached to his head, why hadn't he noticed it before? He was about to touch it when the sound of a door unlocked and opened startled him. It came from the other room, were humans about to enter? Did they know he was operational? What would they think if they saw him walking around

Not wanting to take that chance, he resumed the position that he woke up in and froze, surprisingly he found it quite easy, much easier in fact then ever before.

"Come on John. I said this was important. Years of work went into this."

It was then that a blondish-brown haired male walked into the room, he had a casual look to him in appearance, yet Golden could tell he was serious. He was highlighted in white, the words CEO hit him like a ton of bricks, this human, this oil stained human in overalls and a brown shirt, was in charge of Fazbear Entertainment.

Followed shortly after him was his second in command, a tall pale man with dark black hair. He was dressed up in a business suit, he held a brief case in hand and a smug look on his face.

The Tall man frowned as the CEO pulled out a screwdriver and began tinkering with Benny, "Mark, I know when we went into this business together, there would be a lot of work ahead of us, but did you really have to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on those AI chips? It took weeks to get their data off of them, even longer to put the into the right format to run on these... Things."

The Human known as Mark merely chuckled, "It was worth it... Trust me. Anything else would have just been an insult. They would know the difference after all."

The Human known as John folded his arms as he sat the briefcase down on an empty table as Mark went over from Benny over to Golden, "How can you be so sure? They're robots, nothing more."

Mark shook his head as he fidgeted with one of Golden's knee joints, "They're family, my Grandfather programmed them that way, sure they may not be brothers of Flesh and Blood like us, but they are brothers..."

John rolled his eyes as he headed out of the room, "Let's hope all this was worth it, we're almost in debt after you burnt through the family fortune on all these Animatronics. We're just lucky father left us this building to work with, It would be terrible to have to start from scratch."

Mark sighed softly as he stood up and checked his watch, "Wow, it's almost Ten... I could have swore we were only gone ten minutes..."

He smiled and looked Golden in the eyes, "Don't worry pal, you'll be ready for the grand reopening next week, I guarantee it."

Golden had resisted the urge to smile, it was good to know that some human cared. Maybe this wasn't so bad, his questions could wait for now. He was certain he'd get answers soon enough.

It was then that a shout could be heard from the kitchen, "Hey Mark, what did you do with all that Pizza, I could have swore we had more left over from the kitchen's exam."

Mark chuckled as he looked away, when suddenly he looked back at Golden as if shocked. He straightened himself out and smiled, winking at the confused animatronic before walking away, "Sorry, I hope you didn't mind, but I gave some to the neighbor kids."

Golden blinked in response as the two humans were leaving with the other half of the Pizza, "Couldn't you have warned me first, we haven't eaten all day thanks to you and your shopping."

As the door closed, he relaxed his servos and sighed. He then spoke for the first time, surprising even himself, "Brothers... My Brothers of Circuits..."

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