Five Nights at Freddy´s Fanfiction: Expect the Unexpected Summary
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Five Nights at Freddy´s Fanfiction: Expect the Unexpected Summary:
The animatronics are going to have to learn quickly with the new night guard. Ruby is unpredictable and prides herself on it. How are the ‘bots going to react to the girl who refuses to die at their hands but also refuses to hate them?
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1. Chapter 1
I don’t own Five Nights at Freddy’s. I only own Ruby.
Ruby sat staring at the phone open-mouthed. Slowly her brain started working again and she picked up the tablet carefully.
“So…Let me get this straight…I’m going to sit here, in this room with a limited power supply waiting for the animatronics to come and attempt to stuff me into an animatronic suit which will most likely kill me.” she stated, blankly staring at the phone.
The fan whirred on in the background while this information settled in her brain.
“Forget. That.” she growled, a scowl darkening her face.
She unplugged the tablet and stood up, quickly flicking through the cameras. Any doubt that this was a prank was quickly squashed as she noticed the suspicious absence of Bonnie on the stage.
“So, the rabbit’s the first one to move.” she slipped the tablet into her backpack and slung it over her shoulder.
Luckily, Ruby wasn’t one to show up to any job unprepared and since this was a security guard job she had brought along one of her favourite tools. She rested the steel baseball bat against her left shoulder. Yeah it was simple and blunt but with a good arm behind it, it could cause more than enough damage.
After this shift she might need to introduce pretty little Betty to her new manager’s face for leaving out this minor detail.
However the more pressing matter at hand was the robot rabbit wandering around.
She checked the tablet. Was he…in the closet? Ruby stifled a laugh.
“Hey Bonnie, I know people mistake you for a girl a lot what with the name and all but are you trying to tell me something?” She snickered to herself.
For a moment she could have sworn that she heard a girlish giggle echo from behind her but when she looked she didn’t see anything.
“Hmmm.” she mused to herself before shaking her head.
It was, after all, time for some rabbit hunting. Ruby smirked a tad sadistically. They weren’t going to know what hit them.
Behind her a golden bear suit materialized and watched the girl practically stalk out of the room. This was…interesting. Goldy had watched a lot of guards listen to that recording and seen a lot of reactions as a result. Anger, terror, shock, even amusement if they thought it was a joke. However she had never seen anyone take it as a challenge.
She thought about what she’d seen of the teenager so far.
The girl strolled into the office dressed in a black t-shirt, black jeans, black boots and a black leather jacket.
Goldy smirked to herself. Looked like the fifteen year old was just another ‘rebellious teen’ type. She’d seen enough of them in this job already. They usually chickened out early though, generally right after the first night.
As the new night guard settled at her desk she pushed some of her long, black hair out of her face as she flicked through the cameras on the tablet. Her intense green eyes snapped up however at the sound of the phone ringing.
“Damn, they’ve got to be drunk or seriously mentally handicapped if they think a children’s pizza place is open at twelve o’ clock at night.” She shook her head as she stood up to answer it.
As she did Goldy got a look at her name tag.
‘Ruby huh? Let’s see how you react to this Ruby.’ Goldy thought to herself as the ringing cut out suddenly and a voice filled the room.
Surprised to find that it was a recoding Ruby hopped on top of the desk to listen.
“Uh, I wanted to record a message for you to help you get settled in on your first night.”
“Aww how sweet of you.” Ruby smirked at the phone. “You shouldn’t have.”
“Um, I actually worked in that office before you. I’m finishing up my last week now, as a matter of fact. So, I know it can be a bit overwhelming, but I’m here to tell you there’s nothing to worry about.” The voice on the phone attempted an optimistic tone.
“Overwhelming? Babysitting four animatronics? What, do they steal each other’s toys and get into fights?” the night guard chuckled. “I know I don’t have to worry about burglars what with the urban legends, so maybe drunk teenagers?”
Goldy was surprised. So Ruby was well aware of the urban legends of the restaurant then. So, why was she here? Purely for rebellion?
“Uh, you’ll do fine. So, let’s just focus on getting you through your first week. Okay?”
“I can actually imagine the cheesy, overly-happy grin he gave when he said that.” Ruby cocked her head to the side. “You didn’t give a name. What about Steve. I like the name Steve.”
This girl…talked to herself a lot evidently.
“Uh, let’s see, first there’s an introductory greeting from the company that I’m supposed to read. Uh, it’s kind of a legal thing, you know.” ‘Steve’ said.
“UGH! Not the boring stuff. Can’t we skip it Steve? Please?” she flopped on her back on the table dramatically, knocking a few items to the floor.
‘Steve’ continued, heedless of her pleas. Goldy had to try really hard not to laugh at the show.
“Um, ‘Welcome to Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza. A magical place for kids and grown-ups alike, where fantasy and fun come to life. Fazbear Entertainment is not responsible for damage to property or person. Upon discovering that damage or death has occurred, a missing person report will be filed within 90 days, or as soon as property and premises have been thoroughly cleaned and bleached, and the carpets have been replaced.'”
Ruby froze and slowly moved back into an upright position. “What?” her voice was ice cold.
“Blah blah blah, now that might sound bad, I know, but there’s really nothing to worry about.” ‘Steve’ continued on hurriedly as though he could feel the death glare being directed at the phone.
“No no. Don’t blah blah me. What kind of place has a policy like that?” She stared at the carpets suspiciously and lifted her feet up slightly.
Once again Goldy found herself fighting giggles.
“Uh, the animatronic characters here do get a bit quirky at night, but do I blame them? No. If I were forced to sing those same stupid songs for twenty years and I never got a bath? I’d probably be a bit irritable at night too.”
“Quirky? What do you mea- wait they never get a bath?” Ruby pulled a face. “Yeah, I’d be cranky too I guess, but I kinda like the songs.”
“So, remember, these characters hold a special place in the hearts of children and we need to show them a little respect, right? Okay.” ‘Steve’s’ beaming smile could be felt even through the phone, and tape and stuff.
“Yeah they’re pretty cool. My favourite was always Foxy.” Ruby grinned happily.
Goldy stared at her incredulously. She was taking this rather well even if her feet were still off the carpet.
‘Wonder how long her favourite will be Foxy though.’ She wondered.
“So, just be aware, the characters do tend to wander a bit. Uh, they’re left in some kind of free roaming mode at night.”
Ruby stared at the phone again. “Okaaaaay.”
“Uh…Something about their servos locking up if they get turned off for too long.”
Ruby was still staring. “Fair enough.”
“Uh, they used to be allowed to walk around during the day too.”
Ruby stared at the phone in silence.
“But then there was The Bite of ’87.”
“Wait what?” Ruby snapped as her eyes narrowed in a glare again.
“Yeah. I-It’s amazing that the human body can live without the frontal lobe, you know?”
“Say WHAT?” Ruby nearly screeched.
‘Wow, that was the same level as one of the animatronics’ screams.’ Goldy thought her ears ringing somewhat.
“Uh, now concerning your safety, the only real risk to you as a night watchman here, if any, is the fact that these characters, uh, if they happen to see you after hours probably won’t recognize you as a person.”
Ruby suddenly glared scathingly at the phone and Goldy was surprised it didn’t melt slightly.
“Are you trying to insinuate something Mr. Phone Person?” she growled.
“They’ll p-most likely see you as a metal endoskeleton without its costume on.”
“Oh, then you’re forgiven Steve.” Ruby waved her hand for him to continue.
“Now since that’s against the rules here at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza, they’ll probably try to…forcefully stuff you inside a Freddy Fazbear suit.” ‘Steve’ sounded uncomfortable.
Ruby’s eye twitched.
“Um, now, that wouldn’t be so bad if the suits themselves weren’t filled with crossbeams, wires, and animatronic devices, especially around the facial area. So, you could imagine how having your head forcefully pressed inside one of those could cause a bit of discomfort…and death.”
“Not cool dude.” Ruby glared, crossing her arms. “Why wasn’t this in the contract?”
“Uh, the only parts of you that would likely see the light of day again would be your eyeballs and teeth when they pop out the front of the mask, heh.”
Ruby let out some kind of growl which startled Goldy.
“Y-Yeah, they don’t tell you these things when you sign up.”
“No. Kidding.” Ruby bit out. “Might need to speak to the manager about that.”
“But hey, first day should be a breeze.”
“Why don’t I believe you Steve?” Ruby moaned.
“I’ll chat with you tomorrow. Uh, check those cameras, and remember to close the doors only if absolutely necessary. Gotta conserve power. Alright, good night.” The phone went dead.
Ruby stared at it as if she was trying to process what had happened.
‘Here comes the reaction.’ Goldy thought giddily.
“So…Let me get this straight…I’m going to sit here, in this room with a limited power supply waiting for the animatronics to come and attempt to stuff me into an animatronic suit which will most likely kill me.” Ruby continued to stare at the phone.
There was silence before, “Forget. That.”
Goldy jerked in shock. That was new. She watched as the girl got up and started checking the tablet. Her expression was…unsettling.
“So, the rabbit’s the first one to move.” She muttered.
Well, Goldy wasn’t surprised to hear that. Bonnie was impatient. She continued to watch as the girl pulled out a baseball bat with the word ‘Betty’ written down its side and lifted it to her shoulder before checking the tablet again.
This was REALLY new.
Suddenly the girl stilled and then started snickering to herself. “Hey Bonnie, I know people mistake you for a girl a lot what with the name and all but are you trying to tell me something?”
Goldy couldn’t help it. The comment was so unexpected and funny that a giggle escaped before she could stifle it.
Ruby turned around and looked behind her for a moment. “Hmmm.” She hummed before shaking her head and turning to the door.
The sadistic grin she sported gave Goldy chills.
“I wonder if I should warn him.” She wondered to herself.
Goldy continued to stare at the door Ruby had left though. This had never happened before so she was at a loss as to what to do.
“Maybe I should ask Freddy?” she mumbled to herself.
She could hear clanging coming from the kitchen. Well Chica was out and about too. However it was only night one which mean that Freddy wouldn’t participate in the hunt unless the guard ran out of power. Also Foxy would be sulking in Pirate’s Cove all night. He only helped out from night two and onwards.
The new guard’s actions were concerning especially since that would make all her decisions hard to predict.
Freddy wouldn’t like that.
Goldy sighed and flashed back to her poster. Maybe she was worrying for nothing. Bonnie would probably catch the reckless teen in no time and they’d start all over again with a new guard in a week or so.
Sometimes, she really hated this job.
A giant, purple bunny animatronic crept surprisingly quietly down the left hallway. Wow this guard must be one of the lazy ones. Made them easy targets but also made the game boring. Distantly he heard banging in the kitchen. Chica was taking her time as usual.
He huffed in annoyance. Sure none of them liked what they did but it wasn’t like they had a choice. Bonnie came up on the door and readied himself.
Silly, lazy guard.
He leapt into the doorway, a screech already halfway out his mouth before he froze in surprise.
The office was empty.
Confused he tilted his head to check under the desk. Yup, still empty and still confused.
Before he could do anything else though something solid and metal connected painfully with the back of his robotic skull.
(Sure they were animatronics but they were sentient and could feel pain. Bonnie wished that they couldn’t now though.)
He stumbled into the room, the world spinning before his eyes as he lifted a hand to the now rather tender spot. Even more confused than before (can robots get concussions?) he turned around to see what had hit him.
A grinning teenager stared back at him. She was holding a metal baseball bat that was likely the cause of his ringing ears. He almost leapt at her immediately but he was still a bit unsteady and well…the way she was grinning gave him the chills.
“Not so fast Bunny Boy. You’re going to have to try a lot harder than that if you want me in a suit.” She grinned wider as she hit the door button and darted away.
Bonnie stared at the door in shock. Getting stuck on this side of the door was new. Gathering his bearings (and hurt pride) he immediately opened the door and ran after her.
Ow. Every step hurt his growing headache. This night guard was annoying.
She was also fast. Where’d she go now?
Ruby walked down a nearby hallway snickering to herself softly. Serves the rabbit right, trying to scare her like that. Oh and trying stuff her into a suit too.
She swung Betty a bit as she walked, listening for any sounds of sentient robot movement. She’d already lost Bonnie, he wasn’t exactly fast.
She pulled out the tablet and checked the cameras again. Freddy dearest, still on stage, but staring at the camera a little eerily. Foxy (still her favourite), in Pirate’s Cove sadly. Chica, well at least she’s out of the kitchen now. Bonnie…
“Closet. Again?” she muttered to herself, shaking her head. “Oh Bonnie.”
She did one more cycle before moving on.
“I’ve got to bring some more things tomorrow night to make the chase…more interesting for them.” she grinned to herself.
‘Bonnie would look GREAT in glitter wouldn’t he?’ Ruby mused.
Stifling her laugh she spotted Chica in the party room, staring at the camera.
“Oh Chikadee, I ‘aint looking at the camaras right now. How about you turn around instead?” she called out and tried not to laugh when the chicken’s head snapped to the side to look at her in shock.
‘Huh, they’ve got rather expressive faces for robots.’ Ruby thought absently as she lifted Betty to point at the animatronic.
“I already told the rabbit so now I’m telling you. You want to stuff me in some suit? You’re going to have to try really hard to catch me first.” With that she leapt over a table cackling madly and raced down a hallway.
Behind her Chica stared in shock.
“What…just happened?” the yellow animatronic wondered to herself.
Suddenly Bonnie came charging into the room looking livid.
Catching the look on the chicken’s face he asked, “I take it she’s already passed through here?”
Numbly the chicken nodded.
“Are…you alright Bonnie?” she asked as he growled.
“No. No I’m not because that crazy girl hit me over the head with a freaking baseball bat. I have a killer headache now.” He complained.
Chica watched him kick a discarded party hat in frustration.
“Why is the night guard out of the office anyway?” she asked in confusion.
“How should I know? She was already out when I got there and then she beaned me with the bat.” Bonnie whined.
“Well, we should probably go after her…” Chica suggested half-heartedly.
“She’ll regret that stupid blow when I get my hands on her.” Bonnie muttered, his quick temper getting the best of him again.
Chica trailed after him with a sigh. This part of the job just sucked.
On the show stage, Freddy tilted his head in confusion. Bonnie was being rather…loud tonight. He was racing through the establishment with growing volume and frustration for some reason. On his third lap through the room Chica stopped following him and sat on the show stage with a huff. Even she seemed annoyed.
“Chica?” the bear asked a little worriedly.
“It’s the night guard.” She explained. “She’s not in office. Hasn’t been all night. Instead she’s been leading us on a merry chase through the building.”
“Ah, I see.” Freddy looked up to where he could hear Bonnie yelling. “Is that why Bonnie’s so annoyed?”
“Well, actually he’s mad because she hit him with a baseball bat.” Chica looked at her feet.
“She did what now?” Freddy’s head snapped back to her.
“When he tried to jumpscare her. She hit him over the head with a bat and now he’s got a headache.” She sighed. “She’s starting to give me one too now.”
Freddy was still gaping at her in shock.
“I’m surprised you haven’t caught her though.” He frowned once he righted his scrambled brain.
Chica looked at him with depressed eyes. “She discovered the vent system.”
“Ah well, that might be a problem.” Freddy nodded slowly.
The vent system in this new incarnation of the pizzeria was just large enough for a person, and not for an animatronic, to fit into. The management learnt from a…previous establishment.
“Seems like we have an, um, interesting night guard.” His frown deepened.
Chica just nodded miserably as Bonnie yelled something from another part of the building.
‘What the heck is that rabbit up to now?’ Foxy thought venomously when he heard Bonnie yell out in frustration again near Pirate’s Cove.
As he heard running footsteps approaching he lost his remaining patience and stuck his head out the curtains.
“Bonnie, what the HECK are you doing running around the place raising such a fuss?” he snapped, his eye focusing on the purple rabbit.
So did the night guard he was chasing.
Foxy blinked his eyes in surprise (yes, he had two eyes, one was just covered as he had to often explain).
‘What’s the night guard doing out of the office?’ Foxy wondered.
Not that it had much to do with him. He didn’t do anything on night one.
The three stared at each other for a moment in silence before the night guard grinned at him.
“Hi Foxy!” she called before dashing off again leaving Bonnie to complain about how Foxy’s interruption let her gain time on him.
Foxy stared after the two as they disappeared around a corner.
“What?” he asked in confusion to no one in particular.
6 AM ended Ruby’s shift with her still alive and well and Bonnie and Chica nursing pounding headaches. They stumbled back to the stage while Ruby skipped happily to the door.
“See you all tomorrow night!” she called. “Better luck next time!”
With that she was gone and the ‘bots were left to collect themselves from Hurricane Night Guard and figure out what the heck had just happened.
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