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How BV survived the Bite of 83!

The Bite of 83. This event while seeming so simple, has been a huge barrier and obstacle in MikeVictim theories. No one has been able to give a solid enough answer as to how BV got bitten by Fredbear and survived. Until now.

After the Bite of 83 occurs, FredPlush talks to BV. He says “Your broken”. Could BV be actually broken like a toy or perhaps a robot or could it be mentally? FredPlush also says “We are still your friends. Do you still believe that?”. This is referencing to the Nightmares, not the Bite of 83. BV refers to the plush gang as his friends and FredPlush said in the Night 3 minigame that “He hates you,”. FredPlush was not refering to the Bite of 83 as nothing changed. Foxy Bro has always picked on BV because he hates him and the plush gang remain his friends. What FredPlush was refering to was the plushes becoming Nightmares and terrorising him. FredPlush then says “I’m still here. I will put you back together,”. It again, could be literal, but it got me thinking. What if BV is actually a robot? While yes, BV being a robot raises questions of if he died before 1983, the answer lies with the novels and Sister Location.

 

DISCLAIMER: I understand that the novels are not canon to the game universe, however plot points from the novels have crossed over into the games and vice versa such as “William Afton and Henry Emily”, and “William Afton becoming Springtrap”. Scott has also not said that the novels are 100% non-canon and should be ignored. He said the novels are a “more detailed, seperate story”.

 

The Fourth Closet unleashed some heavy revealations such as Charlie is a robot and Baby is the silver eyed animatronic. However, how Charlie became a robot is rather interesting. William took her and she was presumed dead in 1983 (which is suspeciously the same year BV died, cough cough) and Henry made a robot version of her. Well, he didn’t make a robot version. He made four robot versions. That is where the four closets come in. The robot versions of her were stored in four closets representing the four stages of her life. Baby, child, teen and adult. I believe we actually see a version of the four closets in Sister Location, the Fun With Plushtrap minigame. 

One problem with this being BV’s bodies is that the four dots are not white, but I think that is because that’s not the position the player would be in. Also, there is no other 4 animatronics unless you count Nightmare BB but he would be in the wrong position and it still leaves 3 spaces. So, if this truly is BV’s 4 different robotic bodies, then it gives us the question of how did BV die before the Bite of 83? Well, it’s explained in Sister Location.

In Sister Location, we are introduced to Elizabeth Afton. Based on the conversations from her and William Afton, he clearly cares about her and she is an only child (Foxy Bro may be in his mothers womb at this stage). After her death, he must have been devastated. I believe after the death of Elizabeth, he created Michael Afton to fill the hole that had been put in his heart. Foxy Bro can still be older because it would take a while to build MikeBot and BV can not age so when BV was made is unknown. Also as a side note, the audio discs described from TTO are found in Sister Location as discs you had to take out. The discs in the books caused smells which can cause nausea. Fritz Smith and Mike Schmidt are fired partially for their “Bad odor” which makes me think that BV is the FNaF 1 and 2 player. And while in FNaF 4, we hear a flatline in the distance which a disc can’t replicate but the tone just shows that there is no pulse. I wouldn’t expect a robot to have a pulse.

I also noticed there are quite a few similarities with Charlie and BV. Both have animatronic friends with one best friend (BV has Fredbear and Charlie has Theodore). Both have an epiphany of what they are. Both of their fathers created the animatronics. Both have lucid nightmares about something important to who they are. Both are the main characters.

One big issue with MikeBot is the plot holes. Well, in the novels (a medium where the character is a robot), it has the SAME issues. Here is a reddit post I found which explains exactly how CharlieBot doesn’t really work well.  https://www.reddit.com/r/fivenightsatfreddys/comments/9dnta1/my_problems_with_the_charlie_twist/. In a nutshell, Charlie Emily was documented dying and in the real world, this would cause a lot of issues. The same sort of issues would occur in the games. Social Security Numbers, the fact BV doesn’t have a birth certificate, etc. BUT the novels has similar issues and CharlieBot is CANON. So the plot holes of MikeBot aren’t that relevant.

MikeBot actually explains a lot of the things we see in all the FNaF games. The grandfather clock, the glitchy death minigames, the “hallucinations” (glitches), the “no signal” static after we die, the power levels and time, and why the animatronics stuff you. I will tell you this, when has anyone other than Mike been stuffed in a suit. Phone Guy got attacked but we never heard of him getting stuffed into a suit. In FNaF 2, someone complains of conditions but they never got stuffed into a suit. ONLY Michael Afton has. This is because the animatronics can’t smell, so they just see a robot and stuff him into a suit.

Also, as a side note, I want to talk about the scoop. Ennard says they want to look like you so they can escape. Michael looks like a human so Ennard can enter Mike and be free. If Mike was a human, bodily fluids and acids would rust and decay Ennard’s body. Mike is a robot that looks like a human and “won’t die”. And about him being possessed. Think of Mike as a plane (considering he is a robot) and his AI is an auto pilot. Ennard then enters Mike and steers Mike’s body manually then once he is done, he leaves and auto pilot Mike takes over. And Scott has not exactly said Mike is a human. He said that one single scoop can’t take out a skeleton. While a skeleton is an organic part, it can refer to other things such as “skeleton of a house” or even an endoskeleton. Scott then went on to say that Ennard took out “whatever is there”. No mention of organs. and it’s not like Scott is a noob in biology. Phone Guy explained that the frontal lobe was distached in the Bite of 87 and how the victim survived. If Scott did say Mike’s robot parts were removed, he would have revealed lore without any prompt.

Article written by Jurgenator
Freelance theorist