“Wake up! It’s 2 AM, Foxy. You have to get up!” Foxy groaned as a familiar voice called out to him from outside Pirate’s cove. “Yeah, yeah, I be on me way, Bonnie. Just wait.” Foxy pulled open the curtain and leaned out. “Hmm?” He questioned, unemotionally, as usual. “So I found this really weird button, and I don’t know what it does. No one else knows what it does either.” Bonnie sighed, a bit disappointed. “Well, did ye push it?” Foxy asked. At this point, they had left the cove and were walking down the hallway. “What? No we didn’t push it! If we don’t know what it does, why would we push it?!” Bonnie crossed his arms and glared at the pirate fox. “To...figure out what it does…” Foxy answered slowly. Being a bit more of a curious thrill seeker than the rest of his friends, he didn’t quite understand why they were so reluctant to just push the button. His wonderings were interrupted by, “Foxy, slow down! I can’t catch up!” Bonnie’s exhausted cries from a few feet behind him. Foxy chuckled and crossed his arms. “I be about 5 inches shorter than ye…” Foxy started.
“Yeah, and 5 miles faster, too.” Bonnie ended the argument with that simple remark. “Hey guys!” Chica waved to the two boys walking down the hallway. “Oh! Ahoy, lass,” Foxy grinned and waved back. “So what be the deal with that thar button?” “That's just it, we don't know,” Tanz answers. “I still think we should push it.” Everyone except Tanz, and Foxy screamed “No!” Even Foxy shrank back. “I-I don't know, I thought we should push it, but…” He began. “Foxy, we’ve been through this. We're not pushing the button!” Bonnie was losing his temper, though all of them who would lose it first. “Shut up, Bonnie. It was just a suggestion,” Foxy snapped. “I be trying to help the situation and ye be just...Argh!!” He stomped his foot on the ground and turned away from the purple bunny glaring him down. “OK, guys calm down! It's just a button!” Freddy exclaimed. “I don't appreciate being yelled at.” Foxy muttered without turning around. Bonnie, blinded by frustration, took this as an opportunity and shoved him. Hard. Right into the button. Foxy rubbed the side of his head and glowered at Bonnie. “Ye know, for being so concerned about pushing that button, ye certainly didn't have much problem PUSHING ME INTO IT,” Foxy yelled. He would have continued, but he was more concerned with the glowing light coming from the button. “G-guys? What be that?” He pointed to the button and drew back immediately. “That's not good. Come on, let's get outta here!” Jax grabbed Foxy’s wrist and the gang ran off. Chica looked behind her. Her eyes grew wide with fear. “U-um guys? I-I don’t know what that is, b-but it’s getting closer.” “Shit. Shit. Shit. Shit. Shit. SHIT!” Freddy interjected. “Swearing isn’t gonna change anything, Freddy. Though I doubt running will either.” Tanz said. “Uh oh,” Foxy, who had run ahead of everyone, stopped short and almost cowered in fear. “D-Dead end.” Everyone screamed and tried frantically to get out of the light’s path, but their efforts were useless. The light engulfed the pizzeria and everyone inside.
Then, ironically enough for the 6 friends, everything went black.
3 HOURS LATER
“W-what happened? Wh-why am I on a carpet?” Bonnie looked around confusedly. “Is that a mirror?” Chica asked. She jumped up and turn towards it, as it definitely was not there before. “AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH!” She shrieked. “I-I’m not an animatronic anymore!” “What the devil? Neither am I!” Foxy cried. “This is not OK!” Tanz groaned.
They didn’t know how, or why, but they had become humans, and the pizzeria had become a condo.
This is…Five Night’s at Freddy’s: Condo Party!