Fredbear is an antagonist in Final Nights 4: Fates Entwined. He is the original Fredbear from Fredbear's Family Diner, as well as the very first model of Freddy Fazbear.
Fredbear is a brownish-yellow animatronic bear that doubles as a springlock suit. He wears a purple bowtie, like Spring Bonnie, and a purple top hat. He also wears white gloves, like Spring Bonnie, and doesn’t have eyebrows, but unlike Spring Bonnie, he has small, round ears. Also like Spring Bonnie, he has green eyes. He has some major differences from Spring Bonnie. He has no upper teeth, lacks freckles and his muzzle is gold instead of brown.
Fredbear will start out on the show stage, along with Spring Bonnie. After leaving the stage, he will look around the restaurant in search for humans, and will sometimes stop to listen for noises. If he hears nothing, then he will be certain that the restaurant is empty, he will then shut off the power, come to the player's office, then kill them. To prevent this from happening, the player must ring the alarm in any room close to the room Fredbear is currently in, and bring him to the player's office. Once he reaches the office, then this means the player has succeeded in preventing his attack, as Fredbear will return to the show stage after a while before his cycle repeats. Unlike Spring Bonnie, the player can still move around the office in Fredbear's presence.
- When Fredbear comes to the office after turning off the power, he plays the Toreador March, Freddy's jingle, from the original Five Nights at Freddy's.
- Oddly enough, he never jumpscares with his mask up, nor does he ever lift his mask.
- He is the first animatronic that is affected by the alarm. The second and third are Insane Freddy and Insane Bonnie.
- In the Museum, Jeliliam had a different model for Fredbear, eventually, it was scrapped and replaced with his current model.
Museum Description Edit
The main animatronic and the namesake of the restaurant, Fredbear has gained popularity for many reasons over the years, some darker than others.
His iconic purple hat and bowtie from the face of Fredbear's, while also containing sensory equipment allowing him to monitor customer rates and overall safety.
He's not nice to intruders.