Was Mangle the bite of 83?
The bite of '83 is when the crying child, or the main character as FNAF4, is thrown into the mouth of golden fredbear, his head being completely bit. He's flatlined in Night 6. The bite of '87 is when presumably, Foxy/Freddy/Mangle bites a child right in the head, removing their frontal lobe. The child survives.
The Bite of '87 was an incident that occurred in 1987 at the New Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, during the last shift of Jeremy Fitzgerald, when he was bitten by Toy Bonnie in the forehead, drastically damaging the frontal lobe.
The Bite of '87 was an event that occurred in the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 restaurant in 1987. it allegedly caused the loss of the frontal lobe of the victim's brain. Mangle is the main animatronic of accusation.
The Crying Child is the main protagonist of Five Nights at Freddy's 4's end of night minigames. He is the victim of the Chomp/Bite of '83. His father is William Afton.
The first geared wringer mangle in the UK is thought to date to about 1850, when one was invented by Robert Tasker of Lancashire. It was a smaller, upright version of the box mangle.
so, basically, mangle is confirmed to be a guy.
It was the chomp heard 'round the world when, on Jan. 20, 1982, Ozzy Osbourne dined on a bat while on stage in Des Moines in front of 5,000 or so witnesses.
It is theorized that Mangle is possessed by an unknown child who was killed by William Afton, much like the other animatronics.
Pretty much deconfirming of this so called "Bite of '82". It didn't really exist. 1: There's no offical proof in the game that Scott confirmed a '82.
In the 19th century new designs made it easier to operate, and before the middle of the century the upright, space-saving type with cloth pressed between two rollers had become familiar. In the late 19th century the commercial steam laundry replaced the box mangle with the steam mangle, turned by steam power.
Did Mangle have a hook?
Although Mangle has a hook similar to Foxy's in the teaser for Five Nights at Freddy's 2, Mangle doesn't have a hook at all in the game itself.
Both Mangle and the endoskeleton head have two eyes, as well.
The Crying Child is NOT Gregory | Fandom.
C.C was born to William and Sunny Afton in 1974, shortly after the two had finished college and settled in Hurricane. As the youngest child, he was babied relentlessly by his mother until her death in 1980, when he was six years old.
Along with Vanessa, Gregory is the first fully-modeled human character to be seen in the franchise.
The Mangle family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between 1840 and 1920. The most Mangle families were found in USA in 1920. In 1840 there were 2 Mangle families living in New York. This was about 33% of all the recorded Mangle's in USA.
By datamining and extracting their model from the game files, Mangle is shown to possess three legs, with one extra leg behind its left leg.
The cause for Mangle's severely mutilated state, as noted by Phone Guy from the second game, is due to the exposure to toddlers, who would constantly rip them apart, piece by piece, forcing the staff to reassemble them after every shift.
Mangle is Foxy's girlfriend. She is very important to him. When Foxy was feeling down, Mangle helped cheer him up and they kissed. Mangle was unfortunately destroyed by Chica, which caused Foxy to be slightly frighten of her.
Mangle, also known as Funtime Foxy and fully known as Foxy the Pirate (Funtime Version), is a minor antagonist in Five Nights at Freddy's: The Fourth Closet.
Is Mangle a yes?
He answering the question if Mangle is a boy or girl. -Yes.
The exact date is 11-14-1987!
The bite of 1987 is in reference to an occurrence that happened in a fictional video game in the horror video game released in 2014 called Five Nights at Freddy's. It is believed that the bite causes the victim to lose the frontal lobe of his or her brain.
FREDBEAR DID THE BITE OF 87 not BITE OF 83 | Fandom.
The reason mangle is torn apart is because it was a project being made during the time of FNAF2. They scrapped the idea of toy foxy/mangle meaning that it wasn't stable and didn't have strong joints even to stand up meaning that kids could mangle its parts up.